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DimociiATic covxty covextio.
Trot, Kaas, Oct. Slit, I8S0.
The Democratic County Convention wa called to
order at one o'clock, p. m-, by Judge Bobert Wflkin
on, Chairman of th Count j ExccutiTe Committee.
T.J. Vanderalice, of Highland, wa elected Tempo
rarj Chairman, and Charles T. Clark, of Severance.
A motion waa made and earned, that a committee
of one from each Township be appointed on Creden
tial, on Permanent Organization, and on Besolu
tion. The following peraona -were appointed on Creden
tial: Jamea IL Sawyer, ayne Townsnip; a.
Leigh, Iowa Township; T. B Wykert, BurrOak
Township; O. W. Townsend, Centre Township;
Frank H. Dixon, Union Township; Joseph Dana,
Washington Township; T J. Armstrong, Wolf Kiv
On remanent Organization. George S. llama,
Centre Township; John Breeding, Iowa Township;
W. II. Xesbit, "H ayne Townzhip ; John B, Fox, Borr
Oak Township; Fred. Ilarpster, Wolf Kiver Town
ship ; M. II Downey, Union Township
On Kcsolntions Thos. Henshall, Centre Town
ship; II A. Seaver, Iowa Township, James F. For
mat!, Wayne Township; Charles Applegate, Wolf
Kiver Township; m Iturke, Union Township;
Bobert Wilkinson, Burr-Oak Township, Joseph
6ymns, .Marion Township; O. Maun, Washington
The Convention then took a recess, to await the
action of the Committees.
On re-assembling, the Committee on Credentials
reported the following persons entitled to seats in
Io a Towxsiar E. B Martin, II Martin, W. 8.
Berry, J. C Moore, J Breeding, A. Leigh, B A.
Seaver, Fryer Flank, Z. L. Gilmore, T. J. Vander
alicc, I Vernon, W. II. Forbes, Jas. Gallagher, T.
Folndexter, M. Corcoran.
Wolf Rivee Township a L. MarcelL W. S.
Skinner, John Jenkins, W.T igua, r. Kirwan, C.
T. Clark, Jred. Ilarpster, Joiin Cnmnungs, Ed.
Dixon, and T J. Armstrong, Severance; Charles
Applegate and W. J I. Hays, Leoua.
Cesttke Tow xsiiii 1. Isles, W. Chappie, U.Daw,
If. S. V hitsrtt, Thos. Henshall, A. C Kent, John
Kbue, Wm Hamner. Mowi Townsend, George
Townsend, George h Hams, Doe. Lee, Ben. Toole,
M. H Bailey, Joseph McArter, A. M Leonard
WAnifiTox Tciw"siiii U. Armstrong, J. Clav-
water, It. B Krsmger, J Davis, G. Mann, Edward
Searcy, It. rre, llrulien Knojp, James ilhains, L.
Wate ToHsuir Jaiuei. r Foreman, Thomas
Langan, J. G Brownlee, Ed rge, J. H Sawyer,
W. II. NrabiL A. I) Smith, tt m Ege, James Butler,
Jos. Mueyard, It. Willis, It. S. Hinckley, Eugene
Hinckley, Josspb Symns, John Harding.
BrBB-OAK Towsinr T. Wykert, J H. Fox, Kob
UxioxTuwFsmr F. II. Dixon, W. A. Sharp, M.
B. Downey, W m. Burke,
On motion, then-port was rereued and adopted.
The Committee on Permanent Organization made
the followiug report, -which was adopted:
or Pretiidcnt, Tlios. J audcrslice, of Highland.
For Seen tary, Clias. T Clark, of Severance.
IoaxTowasiiir V Leigh, T J. andendicc, J J.
Wolt River TIia.J Armstrong, red. Ilarpster,
Chas. T. Clark.
Utios crank II Dixon, M B Downey, Barney
Wayne-W H Nebit, Ed. Jrge, J II Sawjir.
Marion John McClelland, Alex. McCahon, Saiul.
Wasuixctos Jowph Dais, Kobt. Armntrong, T.
Blkb-Oak Bobt. Wilkinson, Thomp. Wvkert,
Joseph W illiaros.
CtXTttE Wm Cliapplf, C;eorge Townsend, Geo.
The Committee reiwrted the following rcsolutiou,
which was adopted.
7ofmf, That the Democrats of Domphsn Coun
ty, in Convention assembled, do hen-by endonte the
nominations o( Hancock and English, made at the
late Democratic atious.l Convention, held ut Cin
cinnati. Ohio, for President and ice President of
the United States, and the nominotions made at To
jteka, by the Democratic State Convention, for State
officers; and we berebv pledge ourselves to tbur
fiupport at the polls, at the ensuing ovember elec
tion. On motion, the Convention proceeded to the nonil
nation of candidates for the setcral County offices.
Dr. J. II Sawyer, of Doniphan, and B A. Seaver,
of Highland, were nominated for State Senator. Mr
beaver, receiving n majority of all the otes, cat,
was declared the nominee. On motion of Dr. J. H.
Sawyer, the nomination was made unanimous.
Robert Wilkinson, of Troy, was nominated fur
Probate Judge, by acclamation.
Charles T. Clark, of Severance, was nominated for
County Atterney, by acclamation.
Edwin Heeney, of Troy, as re-nominated for
County Superintendent, by acclamation.
On motion, it waa resolved to jiass by the nomina
tion fur Clerk of the Dwtnct Court.
Short speeches were made by Mesurs. St aver,
Clark, aud Heeney.
On motion. Convention adjourned.
THOS. J VANDERSLICE,
OiAiatsT. Cut uk. Secretary.
The Central Committee organized by the election
of Koltert Wilkinson, of Troy, as Chairman, and
Charles T Clark, of Severance, as Secretary.
To nil who are suffering from the errors find indis
cretions of youth, nervous weakness, early decay,
loss of manhood, JLc, I ill send a recipe, that will
cure you, r UKE OF C1I HGE. This great remedy
was discovered by a nuiwionary in South America.
Send a wlf-oddrcMsetl envelope to the lie v. JosEm
T Inm i. btatw , Ar 1 orl Vti$ Hsiprly.
mom:y TO I.OA.
J.I Iliimrvtoti In prepare! to loan
money to the rnrmrrs of IonIpIinu
Counlr. on long tlmrtnt 7 per cent. In
tereMttnnd n reasonnble commlmlon.
Money maj be puld before dur,nnd
top Intereat, If the borrower chooeiu
IodrIayln furnUhln;; the money.
sworn nppralienient or application
ireqnlred. Call on him nt theofllcc of
.Reels ter of Heed, nt tho Court If one.
2iaprly. J. T, IIAMPMTV
MOEY TO I.OA.t,
On Rent IXnte, In iam tosiult bor
rowersion fire yearn time, or lesssv, In
terestt,7 per cent, per nnnnra. Com
IPjaaly II. A. II. IIARTIETT.
Korth-WMt Cor. 4th i. rdmond Streetx, 8L Joseph, K.
STOP THAT COUGH
By going to the reliable and well known Drug Store
of J. A CampWll, Severance, and huving a bottle of
Gkeen Hoi nt a ik Cot oh Balsam. If, after using
two-thtnls, you get no relief, return the Italanee, and
get your money lock. v-e ad ertisement iu this pa
HIGUUCO) STATXOX. KA3AS
Are selling Goods strictly for Cash, and for
one-half tha profit of those who have to
mafco allowances for bad debts. lie
Farmers Take Police !
Smvelr A- Hedges, of the Eagle Mills, Wathena,
will grind custom work on Friday of each week, and
will pre 40 pounds of good flour for 60 pounds of o.
2 wheat, the farm r paying for the grinding.
Money to Eoanl
11 7, 8, ans? 9 per cent tntrrrst Time and amont (
If yon want to pay off a mortgage, or transfer your
indebtedness, securing to yourself the more recent
rates of interest established, you should see me. Xo
inspection or appraisement fees money furnished
without dclar, upon prod action of atotract and per
fection of title. ALBEBT WADDELU
I Office with 7 Attorney at Law,
Albkkt Pcsar. J Troy, Kansaa.
Fire Insurance and Tloner Lcanlnf.
D. McIXTOSH, Fire Insurance and Loan'Agrnt,
of Troy, pves you your choice of a half a dozen of
the best Fire Insurance Companies in the United
States in which to insure your property, at the
cheapest rates. He will also loan money on real
estate ascunty, at the lowest rates of interest. Of
fice adjoining Boders Bank. SscpM
CHEAP 7IOYL1 X
Money to loan In any amount, and at low
rates of Interest. Apply to
ra CEO. T.WOOD,
Kmceo. Troy, Kansas.
At low rates, on long time, X. l"cc,
StjuneJO. THr KaB,uu-
jHoney to Loan,
On long time, at 7 per cent, interest, on well im
proTed Farms m Doniphan County, Kansas. Apply to
june2t X. K. Stoct, Troy, Kansas.
"Will negotiate loans for parties wishing to borrow
TtMliic Belt Co., narsball, JUIcn,
"W 01 send their celebrated Electro-Voltaic Delta to
the afflicted upon 30 days trial. Speedy cure guar
anteed. They toean what they say. Write to them
without deUy. J nov20T,
13" German Millet, at
ThoKan.FlOTrilIC MiUs.at Doniphan, ars
k-r-- vest ox nonr.
"Old Xase." The Johnston, (Pa.) Trilnuu, in Ju
ly, contained the following notice of the death of Xa
thanCook, on the I7tb of that month. The deceas
ed was a negro, formerly the slave of G. L. Jacqoes,
of this Township, when he Bred in Washington
County, Maryland. Everybody who knew Mr.
Jacques, knew "Old Xase," as the negro was uniTer
saUy called. There are several errors in the Tnb
ttn notice. When his former master, Harblne,
died, Mr. Jacques' father bought Xsse,w and when
the elder Mr.Jacqued died, and the estate was di
vided, "Xase1 and his sou Charley feU to the share
of George I. Jacques. As far as treatment was con
cerned, and management about the farm, it was a
question whether "Xase" or Mr. Jacques was the
slave. When the Rebellion broke out, and the ne
gro began to grow restless, Mr. Jacque told hi
slave they might go, whenever they felt like it,
lie waa formerly a Whig, and then a Itepublican,
and never bothered himself over the slavery ques
tion. "Xase" did go once or twice, and returned
again ; but finally he and his son Charley located at
Johnston, Paw, where they worked in a tannery, and
when the old man died :
Xatha Cook. On Saturday evening, died In
Conemaugh Borough, Mr. Xathan Cook, a colored
man, who ha been a resident of this place since 1872.
He was born a slave in asbington County Maryland,
near the village of Clear hpnng, and a few years
later his master, who was named lLarbine, died, when
he was sold to tieorge L Jacques, a planter in the
same vicinity, with whom he remained untd the
Emancipation Proclamation waa issued. He married
when quite young his wife being a widow named
Gibbs, the mother of the colored man who met his
death here several months ago, from a tsdft in the
hands of Andrew Malatt, a1o colored. The result
of their union was six children, two of whom, Mr
Charles Cook and his sister, reside in this citv. Af
ter becoming a freedman, Mr. Cook worked for a
time at Clear Spring and in Hagerstown, until the
time that he moved to Johnstown, and he was em-
doved at Kosensteel's tannery all along, at grinding
tarlc and doing other laboring work, up until four
weeks ago, w hen fatal illness seized him. Mr. Chsrles
Cook was born in slavery, in l&H, under Jacques,
and soon after the breaking out of the warj Its foIun
teered in the Union army, with the full permission
of his master, of whom he speaks as a kind Christian
frntleman, who was good to his human chattels.
lis former owner is now a farmer in Kansas, and
Mr. Cook frequently corresponds with hiiu-'AlaJge
numlier of both white and colored people tamed ml
at the funeral, Sunday etcniug. The remtins wero-
interred in Sandyvale.
Death or Edward Hattok We lat week ? poke
of the accidental death of Edward I lay km, but at
the time of going to press, had receiied no particu
lars. They are as follows : On WcdncsdaynrornfiSs.
he and George Botkm went to EI wood forsamf, each
dining a team, and young Hay ton taking, hi shot
gun along, with the expectation of getting un ORrwf
tuuity to shoot some duck They got their load of
sand, and were on their way home, a short distance
east of Wathena. Hay ton's team was in advance,
and his gun was standing between his legs, the bar
rel resting against his shoulder. At the place men
tioned, the wagons fuus from the dirt road on to the
rock road, the place being somewhat rough and side-
ling It is supiKMted that the jolting of the wagon
caused the gun to slip down with the muzzle against
his body, the lock striking against something, caus
ing the gun to discharge. At any rate. Botkin heard
the report, and saw young Hayton thrown toward
the back end of the wagon, and heard him utter a
cry. Botkin topied his team, and ran forward to
the other wagon as quickly as psiblr, but when ho
got there, Hayton was dead. The charge of shot
had passed through his heart, and lodged in his
loung Hayton was some ICor 17 years of age. His
funeral took place I nday afternoon.
A OLD IADft GUATITTJDEi
A lady 70 years of age expresses great gratitnde
for the benefit tbehasdemed from Warners Safe
Bitters, and declares hcrbebef that the remedy is
a certain specific for dyjtestA. 5ng3ui.
J. E. Caetek. -J. E. Carter, of atliena, address
ed a large audience, at the Court IIouhc, nday
evening Mr. Carter is a colored tnan, of fmeedn
cation, and in a good speaker. He lned in the Nmlh
for some ears, and knows all about the practices of
the Southern Democracy. His iqiecrh was very able
and int rrrttt in g, and his facts were stated in such a
clear manner that they could not fail to le convinc
ing Mr. Carter appreciates the fact that the welfare
of the colored race and the salvation of the country
depend upon Kepublican ascendency, and he is do
ing good work to that end
Doniphan County Horticultural Society.
The annual meeting of the Doniphan County Hor
ticultural Society, for the election of otbeer and the
transaction of other business, will be h Id at Troy,
the lt Monday in November. X Hitch,
All thoMO indebted to Highland Station Chimb
Committee, will coufr a favor by sending or bring
Ing in their little amounts subscnbd when con
venient, as it is ery much needed.
r7 A X. Buley writes us that the material of the
Hiawatha Sun has been sold to a Mr Parker, who
will remove it to Highland, the latter part of this
week, to publish a Democratic paper thrre. It is
late in the seasdn to establish a Democratic paper,
when the campaign is ended, and the iwrty is gath
rp" Col D M Juhnston has been nominated h
the Democrats for Count Attorney of Ituuks Coun
ty, and hi eligibility is disputed, because he has a
wife and daughter living in Doniphan Countv. Col
Johnston has a wife and five children bviug in Troy,
and Is not even a legal oter In Books County.
? The venerable Isaac Hayes, of Holt County,
Mo., over 1 02 years of age, died at bis residenre, in
the Missouri Bottom, above hit e Cloud, on Sun
day We published a biography of him, in Angust.
The old man hoped to live to vote for Garfirld, but
he fell short a few days.
!"? Farmers will lcar in mind that the Kansas
MUls. at Doniphan, are running every day, exrt-j t
ing Suudays. The proprietor known how to please
the public, and always does it Take your vhcat
there, and exrhange it for dour. oct4
fp Talk alout drouth in Kansas, and its etfect n
corn This hns Ieen a dry year, but still Tom Hi n
shall is cribbing C5 to 70 bushels of corn to the acn .
His whole field will average GO bushels to tha acre.
f"I?" Several communications, poruis, and other
contributions, are unavoidably delmcd until next
week, to make room for ibtic, as this week is the
last whack at 'em.
t There will be services at the Presbyterian
Church, Sunday, October 31 st. Subject, in the morn
ing. Sin; in the evening. Most. Itei. Dr. Thomp
LP" The Ladies' Social of the M. E. Church will
meet at the residence of Mrs. Perrr, on Wednesday
evening, November 3d.
jy Os. Marruiu got back from his wanderings, to
his old stamping ground, Tnesdar morning.
fp The next meeting of the County Board will be
on nday after the election Xovember 5th.
C7 John Alford got in with his herd of cattle
from Xemaha County, Tuesday.
To tMe Patrwttt Temperance Ladtes cf Troy, Ka ;
We, of Bed Kibbon Hall, of St. Joncpb, Ho., do
earnestlv congratulate you in your success in com
batting the great evil of intemperance, lonrlmn
ishtng rum from your County air is a great victory
Brbicted. It eeems that man is Incapable of ever
succcssfnllv wrestling with the great monster intem
perance alone. e appreciate your act in trying to
hrlp save the great army of boys fnmi intemperance.
If f are ever sated from the great evil. It willle
through the Instrumentality of just such patriotic la
dies as you have in Troy. Slay you 1 as successful
in the future. May you make your State a temper
ance State, next month. Is the earnest prayer of the
mrmWrs of the Red Ribbon CI ub of St. Joseph, Mo
JOHI M. TACT,
October 15, 1890 Committee.
To the Independent strr off the Second
Having leen solicited by a number of friends, I
hereby announce myself an Independent candidate
for Representative of the Second District.
R. M. Stlelx.
fp" Malt Bitters are a Brain, Xerve, and Blood
food, peculiarly adapted to, and warmly recommen
ded by, our druggists and physicians for General
Debility, Mental and Physical Exhaustion, Hysteria,
Nervousness, Sleeplessness, Emaciation, and Dropsy.
tT Latest stales In Linen Collars and Cuffs, for
gents, very cheap, at
Townsend &. RicitAKDos s.
Af-EXTS AD CAXVAVSEIt
Make from Zi to 150 pr week, selling goods for
E. G KIDEOUT A. CO., 10 Barclay Street, Xew York.
Send for their Catalogue and terms. 19 Aug ly
STOP THAT COUGH
By going to the reliable and well known Drug Stands
ofD C. Sinclair and C B Bickford &. Co. and buy
ing a 1 bottle of Geeex Muctaix Coccii Balsax.
If, after using two-thirds, you get no relief, return the
balance, and get your money back. See advertise
ment In this paper. septJS-'A).
rP Plenty of the best flour and meal at the Kan
sas Mills, Doniphan, to exchange for wheat and corn.
IT" r me black silk Chenille Fringes, for trimming,
at TuwitsEXD &. RicttAfcDsos'a.
II a so e Crtws rralt for Fall and Spring
Trade. I have a Urge stock of fruit trees, all grown by the
most experienced nurserymen In Atchison and Doni
phan Countie. W, B. EuxtE, Troy.
(p Townsend U Richardson have the ten-hook
Kid Glove, in best quality. Call and see them.
Highland and Vicinity.
A large stock of -school books, slates, pens, and
school suppbes. Lime, cement, paints and oils, for
the Fall trade. All at Atchison and St. Joe prices,
at Arch. S, CAxrsxu..
17" Take your wheat to the Kansas Mills, at Doa
Ij.han, and exchange it for Ad Astra' Flour.
Ear Call at Townsend &. Kkhardson'a for. best as
sortment of Ribbons, Laces, TVs, etc -
Wblte Cloud Salad.
Mr. Weeks returned home, on Saturday, from hi
Southern trip. His health is greatly improved.
Mis Emma Curry, of Oregon, itlted Miss Lily
Burkhalter, last Friday, on her way home from Hia
watha, where she had been visiting fnenda.
George Burkhalter is cow book-kecier in the firm
of Mauck a. Sloane.
The room east of Shreve s drug-store ha been
fixed up for the new printing office, and things are
looking quite business-like. The first copy of tho
paper will he out this week.
The Odd Fellows' dance, on last Thursday evening,
was a grand sarcess, erne of the best ever given in
the aalL The following towns were represented:
Hiawatha, Oregon, Highland, and Troy.
Miss Nettie Morehead, one of Sabetha's charming
young ladies, is the guest of Misa Xellie Poulet.
W. B. Sloane left for Ohio, last Wednesday, to
visit his father, who Is supposed to be dangeiously
Several droves of Texas pome crossed the mer
here, this week. A visit to the corn field would im
Improvements have been made In the building
next the railroad eating house.
Mr. J. E. Carter, (colored,) of Wathena, enter
tained our town people with a talk on politic, last
Saturday. The street was crowded with an atten
tive audience, who paid close attention to the sjteak
er, throughout his remarks. The speech was a most
excellent one, and deht ered in an eloquent manner.
Before the speaking began, the silver band dis
counted some of their sweetest music
On last Saturday, T. W. Heatley, F. J. Close, J.
F. Wilson, H. F. Shaner, Chas. Fox, and several
other of Doniphan County's best Republicans, iwit
ed our city.
On last Saturday evening, one of the most pleas
ant social events that has transpired for some time,
occurred at the residence of Mrs. Poulet. The occa
sion was a grand surprise party tendered to Miss
Xellie and her friend. Miss Morehead. At an early
hour, dancing eotnnienc-d, which was indulged in
by nearly eery ne present, and in due time au oys
trr supper was Ptrved, to which all did ample jus
tice. iortltiMe who did not winh to dance, games
and music werv provided, and all amused lhtn
selves uutil 1-2 Vbtrk, when the merry makers dis
persed fur tLeir burnt-, undiiug the oting ladies
many reprtitiuus 4f urh happy ur) ric.
A child of Mr. Anderson, Little Braddic,) is
quite sick with typhoid fetcr.
Mr. Shrplcy, of Mochtoii, ns here, Iat week,
helping hand out good at Mr. I uierous.
Ed. Palmer sprut Fntdy with ais friend.
The pound arty for the Wnt-fit of the poor, will
be held in the Odd Fi Hows' hall, next rnday etin
Ing Remembr, ailuiiiu'iou 15 cents, or a ound, or
as many ounds as u wih to donate. The follow
ing programmo will lie given:
31 uslc, by the Band.
Song, by the Choir
Declamation, bv Bertie Fowler.
Political speaking, by Vt Political Jfcn.
Music, Home, Sweet home, in costume.
Mrs. Ingelow Potm of Seven Times Seveu, re
peated by request.
Music, by the Band.
Aunt Jemima's Courtship; or how sach a lotely
woman ever got a huslmud in costume.
ng, by the Choir.
Mr. Heeney and Mr. Clark isitcd onr town, on
Highland fetation I tenia.
Business is business, the past few weeks, and the
prospects are that we will prosper, after tho election,
regardless of who i elected.
Sam Herring and John Sparks are talking of em
barking in the gram trade. e ih them success.
What about Indian Summer f Can t the Chief tell
usalKMit itf louhare been in it, right along, fur
more than aviik t. V.
Lou. Ieggingcr received ten thousand bushels of
wheat, lant week, leide other grain. Ho Is also
buying Motue at Iowa Point
The church Is nearly completed, and the ladies arc
preparing for a mammoth fretnal. Xoticewillbe
given in the 6 Aw, when it will be.
W notice II. D Guthene and 1 eslcy Wood driv
ing in fine herd of cattle from the west, where they
have been herded this summer.
There will be a stork sale at the 3Ilssion, next Sat
urdav. Or toWr 30th There will lie cousulrrablo
stock offered for sale, besides what is on the bills.
Uncle Eli Browning and wife celebratrd their
China wedding, last nday. The party consited of
a number of their relatives from St. Joseph, and
some i u Yi ted guets from the ucighlHirlNxnl The
made them a present of a handsome tea stt, costing
There have been four different persons who left
Highland Station, in the past few years, aud neer
heard from since. Patrick Kelley, Jr , son of Pat
rick Kelly, Sr., living near here, left for Texas, in
1873, Isaac rilmore, an old man of sixty five years,
left his wife and family, in 1874; and John Gaines and
George Hammond, aged siiteen'ind ninsteen years,
left, and were last heard from in Dead wood, Dako
ta, in 1878.
A Urge number of men are at work laying steel
rail and repairing the railroad tratk, between here
aud Iowa Point
Many farmers are buy gathering corn ; some of
them already have from one to twrftbouMilNlbuthels
H. C IVpjer, a promiueut young attorney of
Mound Citv, Mo., has been spending a few days with
us. Clay is a name of a timbered State, and likes to
visit in this iciuity iN-canse the Woods are thicker
than in some other localities.
Over the hUIv and sway far otT.
Where the donley died with the whooping -cough.
The prvttlent girl I ever saw,
A m sucking chirr through a otraw.
hn tirargr. brr lover, ranie in lht.
She Uunhru, and her prrtt hi Jul bita.
5yt (Jwirpe, he tald, "ho iidk you here I
"Csmv to drink sum ciJrr with mv drar
7wy, Gtwrge," she nsid. "you sre tcut-oe(
Are you going to vote for old M. John V
"Why my d-sr, he Mid, "1 ran nut tell,
lou know Ism teniprrste, which Uirry wt-11.
But If they psM t. John s prohibition Isw,
We can it dnnk chirr thrtmh a ntraw ,
Mr S. S. Swim, burinl a small child, last , 1
lug the socond he has Iiwt with diphtheria. Mrs.
Skes also lot a child, last week, but the cause of
death wv did not learn. Mr. Jonathan Springer
family, we are glad to learn. bac recovered en
tirely. Misses Mary aud Lou Clonch are ill with fever.
Hope soon they will be about.
The Garfield Club rated their pole, last Thursday
at uoon, amid tho taring of anvils and cheers for tho
nominees. Everything passed off cjuirtly, and in
order. After the flag was raised up, Hon John A.
Anderson spoke to the people upon the incs of the
day, making a, stirring speech. At least, wnhae
seen some parties mure, who seem to be cheered up
The lotal candidates followed him, the entire ticket
being reprcMcnted. The pole Is pine; 1.25 feet above
ground, with a 33 foot streamer nailed at the top.
We attended the Democratic Representative Con
vention, last Sat unlay, and will say that there
could not bae been a nicer meeting, or one more
quiet, as everything was cut and dried before-hand,
and the poor man who has been running for that po
sition so long, got badly left. You can get Iota of
symiMtby, in a couple of week.
As we feared, we omitted the following presents,
givrn to Mr. and Mrs. X. A. Springer, at the wed
ding, two weeks ago:
Pair vssM, by Mi Uimk II Craikhank.
l4r vsara, bv Mr. John Iinlab.
Two elrgsnt bouquet, by Mrs. Ilszsrl Frick.
A book keeping class waa organized at the school
houc, last Monday night, with fair attendance,
Hon s. L. Ryan returned from Colorado, Monday.
He expects to winter In Doniphan County. C
District Democratic Convention
The Democratic delegates of the irst Representa
tive District met at Highland, October 23d, pur
suant to call of Central Committee. Delegatea all
precent. C T. Clark, President; A. Leigh, Secre
tary. Thos. J. Armstrong's name was put in nomination.
There being no other candidates, Mr. Armstrong Va
made the unanimous choice of the eon ention for
Representative from the rirst Representative Dis
trict. Moved and carried, that a copy of the proceedings
be furnished the Kansas Chief.
A. Leigh, Secretary.
A Mother's Grief.
The pnue of a Mother, the life and joy of a heme,
are her children, hence her grief when sickness enters
and takes them away. Take warning then, that yssx
are running a terrible nk, if they hare a Cough,
Croup or Whooping Cough, which lead to Consump
tion, if you do not attend to it at once. SHILOH"S
CONSCMPTIOX CUKE is guaranteed to cure them.
Pncc 10 rents, 50 cents, and (1 00. For Lame Back,
Side or Chest, use ShOoh's Porous Plaster. iTire 2S
cent. Sold by D C. Sinclair, Troy; J. A- Camp
ben, Severance; A. S. Campbell, Highland; Herring
Brothers, Highland Station.
The Bettt I Ever Knetr Of.
J, fi Starkcyf a prominent and miraentia! Citi
zen of Iowa City, says . I hare had the Dyspepsia
and Liver Complaint for several years, and have
used every Remedy I could hear of, without any
relief whatever, until I saw your Shiloh's Vitallzer
advertised in our paper, and waa persuaded to try it.
I am happy to state that it ha entirely Cured me. It
is certainly the best Remedy I ever knew of.' Pnce
73 cents. Sold by I). C Sinclair, Troy ; J. A. Camp
bell, Severance ; A. S. CampbeU, Highland ; Hrmng
Brothers, Highland Station.
tST SHILOH'S CATARRH REMEDY. A mar
velous Cure for Catarrh, Diphtheria, Canker mouth,
and Head Ache, With each bottle there is an inge
nious nasal Injector for the more successful treat
ment of the complaint, without extra charge. Price
0 cents. Sold by D. C. Sinclair, Troy ; J. A. Camp
bell, Severance; A. 8. Campbell, Highland; Herring
Brothers, Highland Station.
Townsend it. Richardson hare the celebrated
Punch cigar, the beat Art teat dgarto town.
McCrum Si Cowen
S0UT1MVEST t'ORXER SQUARE,
Bonght at the largest and best houses iu
the East, and on as good terms as any
other Imj er could buy them. Therefore,
we are now prepared to sell eerj body
goods, aud at prices tlut will warrant
TO ALL PARTIES.
1,000 jards ICnickerlwcker at CJc per
3,000 j arils Dress goods, at 13c to 30c
per j ard. Bargains.
AIM), a nice line of Black Cashmere, at
from ,'J.Kj.to 81 per janl ten per ceut.
Lhcaper than St. Joseph or Atchison
merchants dare to sell tho same goods.
A very large htock of Motions in every
1im5 Uuoiery Gloves, Xeck-ties, Sus
lcmlcri, Laces, and :i thousand other
things too tedious to mention.
BOOTS and SHOES,
HATS and CAPS
IX ENDLESS VARIETY.
100 brand new ()ercoats to bell, at from
8.5 to $15 each.
300 heavj Winter Suits, for men aud
boj s, at iroin $4 to $13 per suit.
C Call aud sec us before going to St.
Joseph or Atchison. We can do you
good, and our interests are mutual.
Thanking jou for past patronage, we
respectfully solicit a continuance of the
mm & Cm
SOUTH-WEST CORNER SQUARE,
TROY, ISLETS' S.
t Wathena Items
We iuiscl sending anrtlnn;, last week. We
were in atlcnilsnco tt th Cohcntion, aud fitit lal-Ij-imxc4
in polities; m much mi( that we are jtnt
able to think a littln forourself, without bem; afraid
some wonderful oral or will licarus, and auuounce a
We hail u log Iteiublican Wow yes. Indeed, so wo
did. 31 r. I AM announced himself fur Thursday
night. He iiroiKMt-d t tell the citizens of Wathena
and Mclmty that ther were all going blind, and
that he was the mly ntnu that knew anything in re
gard to the preHcnt canijulgn He fought bard
against the Cy. Leland "liiag as he called it. Men
that hare never lceu kiiowu to hare anything to di
with olitic, were found guilty f misdemeanors of
some kind. Hn tuipitoscd that teryIody waa for
his man, and woe to the man thst oj posed him. Jle
tried to ndiruln the lest Republicans of the Countv,
by presuming thiy voted the wrung ticket at the pri
mary election. The long and short of it is, he pre
sumed too much. Wliat mild the 3 oun,; man think
if the people presumed that he was trying to start a
new King, which, we hare every reason to believe he
is doing! There 1 a very wiso man in the western
part of the County, that Is asptnng for the County
Treasurer's ofSee, and we presume all the other oih
cesare spoken for, before this, as them hate been
several meetings iu St. Joseph by this new ring, in
the pat few weeks, nd they hate everything com
plete, but lack onr thing, and that is simply this,
material to make it sound.
Itoliert Larzelere, our next Representative, is a
young man of good habits, good education, and, we
think, well qualified for the oitiun he will hold af
ter the 21 of Nuvemlicr Lvtry true Republican
should give him their support, and elect him bra
good majority, which be trulr deserves.
Candidates are thick in our burg Men who never
knew you before, will run ocrosxthe street, shake
hands, and ask yon to take something, and at lat
to vote for them. Now, some of these will be elect
ed, then they will feel abot e man poor men, and
will not notice th m any more, until next election;
and others will be- beaten, and they will 1ms road, so
they wUlnotfctl like Wing fritndly, as they sup
pose everybody has gone back on them. There will
be a dry time for those that expect tole called up
to take something
3Ir. Ilea. Harding nu t with a painful accident, one
day last week. He was in St. Joe, with his cults.
They became frightened at a passing locomotive, ran
away, and threw Mr. Harding from the wagon,
breaking a rib, and brubung him otherwise so badly,
that he has not lcen able to be moved home yet.
We trust he will soon be among as again.
Little Hugh Craig has been lying very low, with
hemorhage of the kidneys, but at this writing Is feel
ing some better, and hopes are entertained of his
The sad accident of young Hayton we will not say
much about, as we have been unable to learn full
particulars in regard to his untimely death. It is
only one of the many accident that happen by fire
arms earned in wagons. As far as we learn, he was
a young man respected by all who knew him.
Mrs. James A. Shedd, Jr , has gone to spend the
winter with her brother. In lank ton, Dakota. Trust
she will hare a pleasant time.
Miss Annie Elliott, of W iehita, ts visiting Mrs. Scl
over. Ed. Stranb has returned from Xorth Platte, Xch.,
where he has been spending the summer. He is in
very poor health.
Cbarlc Latham aud George Kearna have armed
from Frisco, Colorado. They are the last of the
Wathena boys to come back. We ahouldJudge buf
faloes are cheap not there. Tiey say they are gen
uine, aud that they will look totter this winter, as
the frost Is very favorable to their growth.
A Pole That Didn't Erect
Po-ciniA, Oct. 2C, 1830.
FsjEsn JlnxKtt" As a small sued joke on one of
the nntemfied of this place, I send the following:
A certain M. D Dr. Sawyer, by name on the
morning of the Indiana election, had a hole dog in a
very conspicuous place in his front yard, and a nice
pole in fact, one of the ywrfr hauled up to his
front gate, from the top of which, when erected, he
intended to flaunt to the brcexe an ostentations dis
play of his political faith. Wisely watting the first
telegram, before commencing bis IIUKRAU1 alas,
forhuman hopes! when that telegram came, the Dr.
dooldnt hurraX worth ad n. Watching the first
opportunity, the Dr. filled np that Democratic hole,
and, more strange to relate, thatswvr Hancock polo
was hanled around to the back yard, and immediate
ly converted into Tery fine store-wood.
JferaLYor days after, the Dr. could he seen
standing over that hole, that was, and aa ho watched
the curling of the smoke from his chimney-top, could
see vanishing into the air all of his political hopes
and ambition. hsoozut.
C7" Mrs. E. Bryan would respectfully inform the
pnbbe that she ia prepared to do dressmaking, cut
ting, and fitting. In the rooms formerly occupied by
lira. Dempsey. Zloetfw.
ty Van Buskirk St Breckesrsdge are nfcata fsr
tho celebrated White Sewing Machines, Kecdfea,
The largest and best stock of Boots and Shoes ever on sale west
of the Mississippi River, now open for inspection at 323 Felix
Street, St. Joe, -nith prices never so low, and style and quality
unsurpassed. Please call and get .our prices before purchasing,
-when in the city. Sole agents for Reynolds Bros. Fine shoes.
EVTEBrOCEAtf SHOE STORE,
323 FELIX STREET, ST. JOSEPH, MISSOURI.
TOWNSEND & RICHARDSON
XOItTH-WEST CORNER PUBLIC SQUARE,
T:ESO"5r, - TT A TTS.A.S.
uw i the time to bur yur Fall Goods, and the best assortment and the cheapest place to get
them, will lie found at Townsend & Kiehardnou', north-west corner of Square Iton't forget, we
harr the best Flannels fur the leant moner Itlack Canhiuere. Hrucadc. Hun and ancy
Dress tioods, and, in fact, everrthing in the dress gfuds line b to lie found at our store hatin
and UrusUrain Kibbonsin all colors and shades. Itrocadeand Lace Ties, Itlack Silk Chenille
riages, jut the thing for trimming kid (i tores. Just received, the lsrgest Uue of Hoots and
Mioes ever offered here, call and see them. lefre bimng, as we are offering them at bed rock
price, We sJmj have a line of Hat and Cas, for men and Ims, at very low figures. Don't
forget to examine our (Imcenes, (jneensware, and G law ware, in which vie are offering special
inducement. 1 en will aim avs find us readr and glad to show you through our stock, whether
yvu wish to bur or not. It will cost yon nothing to look, so be sure and give us a call
IUrrty Xrlit inm np from AtchvoD, but wk,
lianns on & Brw utt and looking veil tnmmrd.
O S. I'ouxlMttr, of Fannin);, wm down, 1 rolaj,
fttolluix vith Dr. llrownler.
e Iihtc found out m good and snre vaj to pnt np
to v-pil, urithout cnrm?-wonl A henei t r jou get
jtrHtiie and pijw arranged, and all ready to put
np, Jnat get mimo one to roranienec plajing on the
organ or any other muniral instrument, and it mat
tM iit how difficult or rontnuy the iiw tr to
gether, Jon will not thinV of swearing We tned it,
Milne time .0, and thi season hod not thought of
the matter, till one of the girls said, "Well, pa
ready, and I mnst go and plav on the organ." A e
never thought of a eorse word. A ill some one try
it? If it sueeeed,it I a good one.
We took a drive ont to Jrhiel FraieeV, last week.
on the MeCrmn plaee, known as the aneuren
plwe ly the way, one of the finest farms on that
ndge. Jlr. 1 raiee is managing the farm, having,
IhU winter, about twohnndml and twenty Are head
of eattle to feed, having ent over one hundred aerea
of timothy hav, aud rawed several thousand buidiela
ofeorn. Cider making wasgDingan. Hnndredaof
lmhele efnpplea were in the on-hard, and Mr. Me
Cratn Inlrndeil the most of them to go into eider.
We regaleil ourself hugely. Then, when dinner
time eauie, we were so near foundered, that we did
not indulge in the good dinner that Jin. F. had pre
pared. Jlr. JleCrnm haslieen luekv in aeeunng a
man like Mr. raire to manage so large a farm, and
the hands eiuploif-d.
Iu passing II 1. Curtis' firm, we notieeil ho had
some of the U-st fall wheat growing that wo have
aeen. It looks line.
School on the ltidge is taught ly Jamt s Naylor,
an old and eiperieneed teaeher, who ia well liked by
all the children's parent.
In eoniing aronnd Joseph Ilnttain'a, we notieed
that his yonng apple onhard is very full of niee ap
ples. Most of them near the road were Jrnettings.
and very Ivrge.
Most evi ry farmer on th at Itidge will hne all the
fruit that their familica will use.
The fall wheat looks well.
Joseph Symns, Mrs. McCoy, Y olfe, and, in fact.
for teu miles, we neve, saw wheat look better, at
this sraiHinof the year. Another sach crupaa the
farmers had last jear, will, we hope, linng the fann
ers ont of debt, and plenty to live on
There ia talk of a company taking hold of the
brick yard, next season. If they do. It probaldy will
be run a little different from what ia was this season.
A sillersiulth and watch tinker would do well
Ourold Adxntist returned, not from the comple
tion of the temple at Chieagii. but has put the world'a
end off till another crop of sugar 1 nised He has
pulUtt up his stakes, and gone to Wyandotte. So,
farewell, Ilro. Asher
T. Franklin returned to Severance, Mouday.
McCrnm commenced threshing his wheat in the
Itottom, lielow town, Monday.
George Hagsnun, Mr. C I)only, and fcd. Ege,
were in town, Sunday They did not attend chnrch
Misa Una Hndnall has returned from her music
lessons, near l'alenuo, home on account of her sla
ter, Mra. C. Hoy ds, health, which at this time ia
Our stone-masons, earpenti ra, and plasterer have
plenty of work, thia fall.
Ourachiad i progressing finely, under the guid
ance of I I ttoae and Charley Flo til. They are
coming down to buMiucsa, nud if there ia any rome
ont in the ehlldrt n. they will learn ; if not, it will
nut be the fault of tha teachers.
W. II. II. Curtis is ducting out some nice Hour, at
this time. l heat is good.
Joseph McCniui and wife ased through here,
Monday, for their home in Troy.
Some sneak thitf got into the house of the Langan
brothers, last Sunday night, and stole a fine over
coat and some money, and slocd. The thieves are
know n, and hail tatter return the projicrty, or they
will be exposed, l'lease hang the coat on a nail in
the house, and pnt tint litlle change into it, and all
will lie right.
If the thieves are known, wfar so tender with
them ! YA hy not grab thrni up, and be done with ltl
Prairie Grove Items
There are n few cases of diphtheria in this neigh
borhood. aSerersl of our farmers have sold some of their
Good bye to the threshing machines, fur another
A large herd of cattle passed through here, recent
ly, and did much damage to the corn and wheat
fields, as the fences were not good enough to prevent
Most of the farmers have sold their hogs the price
having advanced a few rents.
3fissMolhe Gray has secured the Cyan's Station
Miss Mattie Darns is .pute sick, with pneumonia
Last Friday, while Mr. Welton, of East Xorway,
was sitting on his sulky, near the depot, talking to
the agent, a train came rushing down the track ; his
horse became frightened, and backed npon the track.
All efforts to git him off the track were in vain. At
the last moment, Mr. Welton jumped from his seat,
and left the horse to its fate, for it was imjtossible
to get htm off the track. The engine struck the
horse, and broke its leg, and sent the sulky flvisg
U e understand Mr. Uurns, bring one mile south of
Prairie Grove school house, has sold his farm for
fcrerylntdy is busy getting out their potatoes, this
week. They are worth about V) cents a bushel now.
James Gray has purchased a new Colt brceeh
loadmgshotgnn; he has done some good shooting
with it, and says it is a good gnn.
Mr. Dakcr is to hare his first spelling school, this
There are a few bridges In this vicinity that need
repairing badly. Kecently, a yonng man's horse
nearly broke its leg by stepping In a small hole in
the bridge Satcv.
Ccsur Cltr Hems.
We want a blacksmith.
e raised our Garfield and Arthur pole and &ag,
Saturday week. There waa quite s crowd present.
T. W. Heatley was here, and made a good speech.
Ohrer Edwards made a few remarks. The home
talent did not bare ninch to say, but the whole
thing went along nicely.
The Larson boy, who was hurt In a sorghum mill,
was taken to Atehim,-Tuesday. I think this was
not necessary, as onr doctors here and at Doniphan
could have done the ease justice, no doubt.
Miss Mary Messenger Is teaching school In the
district just below Geary, and will give aUsfaetion.
Uiss Messenger is quite a smart yonng lady, and has
the energy that will sneered.
The saw-mill started np, this week, and native
lumber will be plenty here, for some time.
The last frrexe caught a great many appleo on the
trees. These apples will not keep so well as others
gathered earlier to aay the fruit men. Apple may
be high, in the Spring.
CoL Ahell and Dr. trans, of bU josopn, were
down, last week, on a hunting tour. I suppose they
found plenty of game, aa game is plenty here, since
the yonng oaks have taken the place of what waa
once smooth prairie.
The Geary folka are very well pleased with the
nominations, and will give the ticket its usual sup
port. We bare no traitors In our band.
The river ia Tery low. L"tx.
BE5. FLEMING sic BRO.
Latest style Hats, Caps Fare. Terwss
Sirictlr Cash-Price lb rwrst. Kxaaniao
si W CaaTlaceslw 407 Felix Street, nu Js.
sb, H. septlBiS.
All peraona owing me, by note or account, will
please come forward and settle immediately, as I
need the money. Xonus Cue
17 Cheap John annU do ot handle he White.
'""Tprtm f Til an i iiiiiiiliilun machine, and proata.
.Uaat Xonraf Items.
Xews scarce. Work plenty. Hands In demand.
If some enterprising person would build another
bonne here, it could be rented for a year, to com
Miss Mollie Gray commenced a school at the Hoo
per's Ford school house, on Monday of this week.
The District is to be congratulated In securing the
services of Miss Gray, as her qualifications for teach
ing arc of a superior order
Our grain buyer, Mr. Welton, attempted to cross
tho railroad, on Friday last, in front of a moving
4 ram, but old "two-twenty wasnt equal to the
emergency, and the consequence was, a dead horse
and a sulky transformed into half a dozen bycicles,
but Welton wasn't a bit hurt, as it would take noth
ing less than a thunderbolt to hurt him.
Almost an accident occurred, and quite a fright
was given, a few mornings since, at one of the neigh
bors. A yonng lady was practicing attitudes before
th glass, with what she thought was an unloaded
pistol, but it was loaded, and went off, shattered
the glass, murdered the attitude, and frightened the
lady so badly that she will nevrr want to see anoth
er pitol, nor hear tell of an attitude.
It is supposed a burglary was attempted south of
here, Nundar night. A window pane was removed
from the window. The family think the wind blew
it out, but as a suspicious looking individual from
about Atchison was seen about the premUes late in
the r.emng, more than likely it was aa surmised.
The railroad is the dividing line at thu place, be
tween the Hreney and Shaner hosts. On onr side;
it's all Heeney; on the other, all Sooner. 1Mb. are
good men Heeney has failed the oftee well , Sha
ner nu do it.
Twoboi, last week; one at Mr. Huberts, of this
place, and one at Tony Urock's, three miles south of
here. We went to Tony's, and bad a boss time.
The amount of wheat raised in this vicinity was
never before equaled. A few of the yards threshed
liateyuldcd as follows: J. Delaney, twelve hundred
bushels; Graj brothers, thrre thousand bushels;
John Albtrs, fifteen hundred bushels; and others,
as great and a greater numWr of bushels, whose fig
urrs we faded to get.
Several steam thmhera have been in this neigh
borhood, this fall; but it is believed onr veteran
thresher. Major Uobbius, with his tcn-hose power,
has Itratcn any of them, having threshed altogether
about twenty three thousand bushels.
Our teacher, M. L. hdwanls, fs giung the best of
satisfaction. He now has an enrollment of fifty
The Agent at this plaee has a bail case of hunting
on hand 4. hen atked, the other day, what he had
killed, he noid he had not had time to kill an vthiug
yet, as he had only hunted a couple of weeks.
John Lyon, Esq , of tho finn of Harwi &. Co., of
Atchison, is spending a few days at home.
Some parties attempted to herd a lot of cattle in
the lane, along the farm of Thomas Lvons, a few
nights since. Three hundred of them broke into the
field. The parties refused to pay damages, when
Lddie Lyons very promptly penned twenty brad of
the stock, which brought the fellows to time.
Threatening snow, at present writing X speak of
this through the columns of the Chief, for fear It
will not be found out other iw. Tmu.
e hear no complaint from any one of hard tunes,
which is evidence that we need no change, since
eery1ody has large bills.
It is not nrccssary for me to sar that corn gather
ing has commenced, and a good yield, etc., for at
least a half dozen more scnblers will tell you all
The new church near Brenner is about complet
ed, and ere long we shall bate a big revival, and if
it makes any one better or widens thought on any of
those old fosihzcd religions theories. It will be wor
thy acquisition. Otherwise, if knowledge enionatcs
from its sacred walls in the same old channels, the
world will lte none the better for it.
I- ugene Hinckley Is our station agent now, and G.
V. Haganian and Frank W elton are our grain mer
chants; and, by the way, Brenner Is no slouch of a
Hagaman has built a grain bouse here, and we
hear there Is going to le another one soon.
Frank McLin has the los yield of wheat, so far
W bushels of wheat to the acre, and 1,200 bushels
of it. Pretty good fur one hand and team, besides
40 acres of corn.
We hare a doctor inside af the limits of our vil
lage. Dr. W, X. 1 lambleton. of Cedar Rapids, Iowa,
has permanently located here, and bought a farm.
He seems to he a man of large experience, both In
dentistry and medicine. He has not signified his in
tention to practice either, but I look for him soon to
give you an ad.
Also, a Mr. AL Dickens ha bought Mr. Burns'
farm pner, M.500. We have not learned whether
he is the novelist, or who the Dickens he is, only we
know he is all right, Because he is one of Joe Ilea
old chums, and has skinned lot of mules in Colora
do. The railroad lines running to the destitute West,
allow supplies to go free. If sent through the AM So
cieties; but if one has a friend there who need aid,
and he wants to send It to him direct, they charge
him more for freight than the goods are worth.
Such U a fact of my own exrrience.
Our post master has bonght him a musical Instru
ment, which ia another sign of prosperity.
We will be represented In the legislature, this
North Hide Items.
Sunday School adjournrd situ s?, Sunday morn
ing, at District GO.
Rer. Smith, of Missouri, preached at the school
house, morning and evening, to full houses.
The Xortb Side was fairly represented at Troy M.
E- Chnrch, Sunday night.
Winter wheat t looking well, out here, and no
complaint of Hessian rly.
More trouble among the horse. Billy Guion
and his sister started to one of the neighbors, on Sat
urday morning, to borrow a wagon. To save dis
tance, they took a by road. In crossing a branch,
the old mare got down. With timely aid, old Jenny
wm brought to the shore, without serious Injury.
Thanks are due Wm. Wykert.
We learn that Mrs. Mean and Mrs. Aberle or
chards each yielded about 500 bushels of apples, this
season. Other orsharda yielded large crops, on this
side. We shall have something more to say regard
ing orchards, hereafter.
Wolves appear to be rather plenty on the knob,
When we get mamed we want our M better half
to buy a hU fair ground, If there are any lady
lecturers in the field.
The ticket, aa printed in the Chief, will do us, this
II Mitf not ao for the Democrat faring U throw mud
at General Garfield, beeauae if they do they ru? elect
Aim Hon. Alexander It. Stephens.
The fulfillment of this prophecy U foreshadowed
in the result of the recent elections.
OHIO 25,000 Bepnbbcan.
A gain of eight thousand.
15 Congrrssmen out of JO.
A got mfmoer twenty thousand.
The Legislature Republican.
A gatnofa CS. Senator,
Also a gatnf two Jtepubltewn Congressmen certain.
Go on with your mud volcano. Bneyrus Journ aL
Victim of the f nsUauaa Electlom.
New Yona October 15, James Lynch, a mason
and bnek layer, cut hi throat this morung, and ia
not expected to recover, because Indiana went Re
publican. He had bet heavily on the Democrat
carrying the State,
Taoratx a Sorra Cxxousa Aoajx. Xs-w that
the Republicans of South Carolina hare plucked np
courage and gone to work to get.oat a large a rot
aa possible, Bpohtral nots hate broken ont again
in that State, and the red shirts" hare opened their
Tho political proposition of tho vjnpaign U that
231 Etoetoral votes shall surrender to 138. Taeaao
rinee ia said to be demanded ia tho Interest of peace
and haratoa y. -Ssas Tranetseo BmUsttn.
TnuntiTOTialiTiuxa Scrnuis Cornr. Thank
to th Drnaoerads Hmtrrmme Coax of Indiana. We
aaro a great assertiaa far taat tribunal new. . -tao-
THE JCACZBONtAN CBY.
lAln recasts Dundee'
Br tiXESK j. uxll.
A wOd wall was heard so Kentucky s fslr shore r
"H iMarbotis. eomasrer. and help us once morel
Ho, frw your old rtocktn brine ulrer and rold.
O. fill p your bottles with Bourbon todar I
O, tvtrsdalls toot borne. uJ hssten swart
a brine every sua, all his imm-t to mi.
Or it s sp with Bill XagUsh T Bill EsgUsh says h.
"Ho, WsMerson. wmae. and your load bagls blow I
Tla, clans aX KenrscKy, bawmre of or wo I
Let each chevaiier to whom U dear
Coma over and help tn th hard bsttle here
U. HQ do year bottle with Buorbon U-dar t
a. trsditle joar horsm. and hasten away 1
O. bring, every man. all hU bwot to km.
Or it s up with LiJ hngUsh T Bill English ssys he,
"Uo, Blsckbnra ho, Belmont bo. Bannm rams eVtrm '
That brixbt Yankee, JrwtU. U Moiag ns brown.'
Jy osrrrl u smnpd, and U must nttjUwfrt
I eannst aoed u Bill Eaghah ssrs he.
-O, fill up ysor bottles with Buorbon todsy I
O, straddle your hones, sad hasten away I
And bring, every .nan, all his smwr to me,
Or it s up with Bill Lagtish I Bill English ssys he
"There s wealth to bs won from the boodboWinc bands ,
WVT1 tax u, ws"B wax ess, when once in s-arhsiKl
There s office for all Ther s a fortune for me
TOtf ryr Us jnyerf- Bill EacUah ssys be.
"O, fill on yoox bottles with Bourbon to-day 1
O, atrsddle ytrar horses, sod hasten away 1
And bring, ererv man, all his noser to me.
Or It s up with Bui hagUahr Bill Ed(Us1i says he.
The Democratic Record Pensions.
By way of confirmation of Congressman Beltxhoo-
Ter inwuwm iub us prrprob voqkitm m u oau
one for pensions," because of the reluctance of ex
confederates to allow the passage of pension bills,
tbeiSew i ork Tnbnne has compiled the following
record of rotes ou pension bills in Congress. Union
soldiers, aud those in particular who hare been so
licited to join the "Hancock etcrans," will study it
T1IL nCBCUAKD BILL. IX Tilt UuCE.
Providing an appropriation for the prompt payment
of the arrears of eusions for Union soldiers, leb
ruarr 3, ltO facts and figurts respectful r dedica
ted to Jlr. If orgery Ileltzhoorcr,
Confederates 3 31
Itorder Democrats 0 38
Northern Demoi rats SD 9
Urpnblicans log 3
Total. 140 S1
THE rBH BILL If TOE HOC5C
Appropriating WW 000 for arrears of pensions,
and?l,800 000 additional for ordinary pennons,
February, 17, 1C9
Confederate 4 M
Itorder Democrats,., X 5
Northern letnoerat , 53 3
Republicans 118 1
Totals 11 CT
TllKSPABka VILLI THE SLNATt-
Vote on the amendment to rscludr rebel soldirr,
Confederates 0 It
Itorder Democrats U b
Northern Democrat 0 7
Republicans -1 2
Total. 24 'Jb
Vote on the amendment to exclude Jeff Dans, I eb
ruaryJ3,I87V. For Against.
Confederates 0 11
Itorder Democrats 0 4
Northern Democrats 0 5
Republicans 21 1
Jlr Beet her on Indiana An UoqutntTrlb
Special to the Cincinnati Commercial.
New Yofck, October IX Henry Ward Beccber
spoke in the large hall of the Cooper Union to-uight
to an immenNT audience. In his owning he said
"I hardly think that anr man in this great awni
bly can fret the same joy that I feel in the tidings
that come from the Mate where my youth was jenr,
and when the opening scene of mr public life took
place. Indiana was my early home, and my elder
children ere born there, ana the word Hooker lus
never eeawd to be mnsic in mrears. IpplaUM J
hen I wrnt there was not an Abolition upeaker nor
a meeting mmi north i soiuu m mat Mate, i siiji
jMwethatl delivered the hrt anti slavery sernuu
tliat ever was delivered In the citv of Indianapolis,
the caiiital of the State. Mr heart ha cone to that
Mate and is with her. and while 1 to-night congratu
late you, I send to the far est to her sons and to
her daughters, and to those who inspired them of
patriotism, my greeting, my inanas, ami niygrait
tude. Applaua I am not thrilled with the vc
torr in Ohio. When a zn at and cimmI man docs a
good deed, no man lifts up his hand in urpriw
Ohm Is uwd to doing such thioga. Laughter and
applansr It is a matter if course langhterj, and
whenever an emergency take place which involves
really National welfare. New lork i arcuRtotucd to
do the name thing, pplausc and eheers.1 she
may amuMe ben-elf at interv !. (Iaughter J There
it a good deal of her la tight erj but when time
gmw,enou and thoughtful men, and (altering men,
mecliauic, merchant and professional men, look
out and see that sign of storms are in the heavens,
all frolic ceases, and man joius his fellow man in
high places and in Io places through the whole
Mate, to rest ue the Nation and the National welfare.
Presidwtul Tickets. Comparatnrlrfewtotera
hate any idea of the ample variety of i'residential
tickets presented to them lor a choice this rear Tho
Union tireenbnek ltbor Convention, ninth met at
M. Louis and represented our wing of the party,
nominated for PrePident Mrnhrn D. DiILive. of New
Jeraey, and for ire-President 11. J. CliamWrN, of
lexas. Jir. jJUiayeueciinei tur nomination in me
intereitt of party umtr ; and at the Chicago Conven
tion in June, James II eaer, of Iowa, and H J.
Chambers were made the nominees. The Republi
cans were second in the held, and selected James A.
Uartield, of Ohio, and Chester A. Arthur, of New
lork. The National Prohibition Convention, which
met at Cleveland, presented as its candidates Nral
Dow, of daine, and A. II. Thompson, of Ohio. A
week later the Democratic National Contention at
Cincinnati selected Uinfield Scott Hancock, of l'eun
sylvama, and William If Lnglish, of Indiana. The
People s Labor jmrtv, which held its Convent. uut
Sharon, la, not long ago, approved the nonunutiou
of the Republican Convention. The Anti-Ma onic
candidates fr President and icr-lrepident are J.
W. Phelps, of erniont, and ex Senator b. C. Ponie
roy. of Kansus.
II an cock Himself oir U mntlna; A Change
WashinuTok, D C, October 21 The rauvaa ha
at last reached a poiut where Gen. Hancock himself
wants a change. lnvate information receivr'I here
by friends represents Gen. Hsncock and family a
heartilv sick of the rough crowds of Demnrratic il
gnms that continue to pour in ou him. The society
to which ther hate been accustomed for many years,
and which the General a high rank has opened to
them, has been of such a totally dilterent character
that the present invasion has been to the whole fam
ily, from thr General down, about as annovmgas
the ancient plague of frogs and lice.
Thr better men of thr party have tned in vain to
sat r him from this, bnt the rougher element ha Wen
7Jnstice Clifford is very sick at it aahinthon, 1-e ng
threatened with nervous eollajisc aud hardly holding
his mind. Justice Hunt is still incapacitated by pur
alysis from itcrformmg his duties. Jiut.ce Swayne
is quite feeble. Justice Rradley is a slender old man,
and Justice leld is sick in C ahforuta. The .supreme
Court is getting rcadv, the Republicans claim, to
give the next President a lot of apioint menta to that
bench. In fact, Clifford. Hunt and Swayne are the
only men seriously ill. The first is a Democrat, the
other two Republicans. Clifford would have resign
ed, it ia said, if it had not been for his hope of bar
ing his successor appointed by a Iemoerat. 31r.
Hunt ought to have resigned last winter Springfield
CP" Henry II. Williams livrs at Wellington. Kan
sa. He writes to the Topeka CowssosiimitA thst
Thomas George, the Democratic candidate for Lieut.
Governor in thi State, who also lives at Wellington,
said to him, recently: Certainly the rebel war debt
will be paid; it is our Intention to pay for the niggers
the first year, and a portion of the remainder of the
Southern claims, ami during the next three years
wipe out the balance of the rebel claim, so that the
Republican partr would have nothing to dispute
over the next four vears. and that matter wonld lie
at rest forever " rlveofthemost prominent citizen
of Wellington certify that Mr illiams i a reliable
and respected citizen.
Oje ErrrcTorTHE Matix Election Since the
Maine election, the Democrats have plucked np con
fidence In some quarter amazinglv. Here is one
queer sign of it- In the column of nnancial adver
tisements in the Herald of September tt! appears the
ANT 0E HAVING COVFEDERITT BOVrK may
flod a eustourr by sddreslng CON Tt DBCATK, box
WelL if thr Democrats have anything like the rea
son for hopefulness they pretend, why isn't this man
right! Is he not on the whole merely showing that
shrewdness and foreaight out of which the greatest
fortunes have been made J V. Fl Tribune.
(7 Senator Plumb relate a little Incident In rrla
lation to the rscent manifeto of David Da via, that Is
too good to be withheld from the rcadin public.
The Colonel, on his recent return from the Last, was
riding along In the train with Representative Conger,
of Miebigaa. and Senator Kirk wood, of Iowa, when
the former, picking up a late paper, chanced to hit
upon the letter of the Illinois Senator, declaring hi
endorsement of Hancock. Glancing deliberately over
its contents, he folded up the paper and remarked :
" Klrkwood.did yon notice that David Dans bowels
had nioted again V
y General Butler seems constitutionally unable
to distinguish right from wrong. or him politics
are a complex problem, in which poshing audacity
and restles ambition are the only important factors.
Not recognizing moral principle a quantities to be
taken Into account, he has passed his political life in
reaching wrong results. One may admire hi au
dacity and pity hi disappointments, and at the same
time rejoice to know that he and all such a he are
sure In the end to UiLItoeton Advertiser.
"As Plata a the Araoy ctcaFerxt Boat.
t verybody said Indian waa the pivotal State.
Well, thr pivotal Mate has turned, and the man
who is unable to see which way the voters are going
znnst be aa blind aa a bat.
It la aa plain aa an apron on a ferryboat. They
are swelling the Republican rank by thousands.
t7A Democrat was making a speech at Etmira
the other evening, and In the heat of the debate
asked the question, What will Hancock do if
elected P Before be had tune to answer himself, a
jcntleman in the andience quoted Bom Toombs opin
on on thla subject Let the 6outh run the ma
chine T whereupon the speaker became angry, and
demanded that somebody be pnt out.
17 Mr. William IX. English, the Democratic can
didate for Vice-President, waa one of twelve North
ern Democrat who, In 1863, voted against the expul
sion of Brook, of South Carolina, from the House of
Representatives, for hla murderous attack npon
ty Secretary Erart in Cooper Union : Twenty
four year ago the people of this country trusted ton
llemoernt of Pennsylvania. ... If next Novem
ber the Pennsylvania Democrat is restored to power,
it is a rerdJet that the people have tired of patriotism
and are weary of liberty.
7" Four of tho most prominent Democrat of
Chaatanqna County, New Tork, hare come out for
Garfield: lion. Porter Sheldon, a Tilden Elector
I 1&T6; James L. Whitney, a wealthy manufacrnrer;
Dr. John Lord, and James L Fowler, a leading
rTb many friend of M. C, RcriHe wDT be
wUAta learn that he has so far hnnroTed as to be
out of danger. Jt wfll take ninny weeks . ofeonva-
leaeence to maze nun au ngax axaiau & v t .
mittee. i not Bantam the showman. Ho ha no
show, neither ha hi party. M MegisUr.
LrAJsoDC-WhtnlMkT thing it was for
Haaesck that he dtt a---"' . aWflQiBt-
.,- zf-vxfr l
A New Version of an Old Scsgv
ST KrGKXX J. BALL.
Sar darkies, hab yon seed ole Hancock,
tVKl a mnttVaah on his fcee.
Go long do rosL some tuna dts mornm'.
Like lie rtn to leab da place t
Dr noose come long from Indiany,
Tode ialan whar he lays
U beard da Gsrneld gnus a-buumln.
An 1 spett he s skipped awsy.
Ole Hancock a gone ha ! ha I
Ie darkies Ufl-ho I ho
O, di mast be de Einrdom comin,
An de day ob j abdo I
De darkies dey done tired ob habhin
AU tlem Ku Klax Yoond d polls j
Dem Lebs mas Urn to atop deir rrabbfa.
Or well make dem hunt deir bol .
We se gwine to all be men and brndders,
Whar de cane an cotton crow j
Dem Golly boya una stop deir shooUn,
Cnoxta Ole Hancock gone, etc
Let ole ITade TTampton stop be s fossin.
Or well pat him under bond i
Let ole Bob Toomba quit his awral cuam.
Or well trow hint In da pond.
We sr gwtne to vote fo GinTal Garfield,
We se more n a million strung
An we aint done gwins to hab boHdotin",
When de lecUon-day cornea long.
Choxi a Ole Hancock a gntae, etc.
nOW IT IIAPPE.tllD
Tbnl Ces.. Ilasiceek Wrote Ilia Breesit Letter
on ibe Msinject orrsesitherm Claim.
Siecial Dispatch to the Cincinnati Cur lte.
N ew Visa, N it. 23. The following is tho history
of the Cincinnati effort to force Gen. Hancock to
avow himself on the subject of .southern claims.
After an attempt made in tho Lavt bod failed, find
ing that Gen. Hancock had deeliucil to take po-utiro
ground on this question, Mr. A . C Neff. of Cincin
nati, wrote him an tamot letter on the subject,
prompted by the kuowledge thitt Gen. Hancocks,
attitude In the matter was givuv bnsintMDemoerata
there much concern as well as dissatisfaction. It U
understood that Mr. NetTsIctUr was very spetifieaa
to the kind of claims concerning kich he desired to
know Gen. Hancock view. The friends of Mr.
Netf say that he desired the letter for uc axmn his
Democratic mcrtantile fnenda, for the punoc or
pruung to thtm that their fears of Gen. Hancock
The reply to Mr XetTs letter, which was written
about the middle of tho month, was regarded by
tboe buNinc men who knew of it n altegrthcr
evasive. It inclosed slip front thr New ork II or W,
taking thr gnmnd that thr Irourtcrnth Amendment
liarrnl rebel claims, and that Hancock was commit
ted t the supjMirt of the amendment.
The knowledge of theeaync character of the let
ter to 31 r. Neff lcanie gencrallr known in husnus.
circles in Cincinnati, and thr coustqurdt demoraliza
tion among business Itcmocrats wa unmistakable
Thereupon Mr Theodore Cook. Chairman of the
Hamilton County lVmocrattc hxectitive Committet,
recognizing the full gravity of the situation, under
took to procure a decided ri ression of opinicu from
Hancock. Cook's letter was onlv a part of theenor
taou pressure hirli wa brought tu War tho part
draftetl fur the rye of thr public but Gen Hancock
va made tu see that without prompt action on hi
part on this subject great and irrrarablo dan-age
would lie dono the Democratic cause in the North.
As to the effect of snch a course on thr s.uth, he well
understood that that was solid, no matter what tha
Northern Democrats might do.
HAMOCK AH "IUOM."
To Neatajcrn I.ip In IHSO-Itnt In 1SNI thr
M(rw Will lie far ertheru Vnlatca, and
Special Dispatch to the Cincinnati Gswtte
WAsiiiH.To'r. S-nt tX The following is a nnvato
letter sent from a repn sent Jtn r "vtuthern ptliticiau
t a Connecticut fricud mmiu alter thr nomination of
If we swallow Hancock amlhiNirthern shoulder-
strap a little more gracefully than we did Greelev
In 1572, it U not that wr loecrow Wtler or d test it
les now than then, but bv rt-aMin of a dcterminatioi.,
which wr liavr neter faltered in from the beginning,
and which ar hat r got to stick to till we win. That
Haucoek l 4rrowtoNmthern soldier, and d -d.
cold crw.tNt i not to ! d nud, but you ar
right In suppNiug that wr shall Nwaltowhn without
1 oj m.iy 1m sun that r en our ImhU d crow will
net u something handsome U fore we are thrtiugh
with it. It hasalnadr m anrgatne war, aud it will
in a positive. 1 am willing to stake mv reputation
for polities! sagacity on thr prediction that the nom
ination of Hancock i the last dish of crow, told or
hot, which a Dcinm ratie National Convention will
serve up in a I "residential raiuiuign to ns of tho
Whatrvermaybr thr result of the campaign, the
Democratic Convention oflSI, if such there lie, will
listen to something more potential than a mere
omen " from thr re prenenta lives of the South. The.
"trow" will then Ik ladled in a Northern spoon to
Northern lip, aud Its initial will 1m J. O. A. Lamar.
IhtYCOCV. AltWIITUATIO Wot u He a ''limit!
cask or M-AMiiL." Geu. Hancock is a gtHjd wan,
but Gen, Gariield Is a cms! administrator. Hiat U
thr difference between the part ir a ml thr candidate.
and it ia a big different The Kepnldicnn party
uuder Havr isaduiinistenng the Government with it
degree ot efficiency, integntc, and wisdom which
conspire with other eleiueutsof thrift t make us
prosperous ami hajipy. Gen Gariield a President
aimi-ly takes the place of Hares in controlling and
improving thi vast administrative machine. If
Hancock could fit In with a little Jar and distur
bance a Gariield would, there would he little to
distinguish the. candidates, except Garfield civil
eipenenre. Hut Haueoek cannot or at least will not
fit into thr present administrative machine; he cor
into the Presidency to turn out the existing Civil
VTvice, and appoint new, untried, and unselectcd
men in their place, and on the mathematical law of
proliab tli ties, he will make a mistake at least one
time in ten. Garfield in four yeara would hate to
Iurk out for othre but a few thousand men, and most
y by promotion, Hancock mil attempt at once to
tuck out 100,000. with nothing to promote from. HI
10 000 inevitable mistake scattered over the country
will make hi Administration a hurrican of scandal.
lUscoCk.' Great SIiHTtkt- Gen. Hancock waa
neer, wr leliee, put t flight when he fonht on
thr rtj.ht shIc Hut wheu he made thr great mistake
of tak.g command of the same motley hordu whoso
wicked rel-IIion he a few years ago risked hi lift to
suppress, httiiivitrd the defeat which now stares hnn
in the face. Hi ill conditioned squadron are un
mistakably on the run Thr sweeping Hrpublicau
majority in Ohio, with it gam of six Congressmen,
andthrlarge reduction if not complete annihilation
of thr Democrat 10 majority in Indiana, show numls
takablr that the drift of the jM.pnUr current h ts
wanl Garfield and away fnuu Ilanci-ck. Thr solid
South, with it free trndr and an ti-national doctrines,
can not drag the loyal North, a chained captive, at
it triumphal eliauot wheels. The enme of the re
bellion is not vet condoned The I'niou must still ho
gotcrneil by those who saved H.llnfftUt JLrprvss.
Patmfst or Slave Hoi n run We cannot hut
Indulge the hope that when wr have helped toextin
guish the public debt, and time has healed the gaping
wounds of thr pat, when reason and brotherly lovo
shall have fully reainnl the aserndeuey over pn ju
dice aud hate, een though it shall le in the next
generation, a brave sud honoralde peoph of the
same blood and lineage will sen to jt that the tntna
ofoMrprnperly in slates that! be returned to these frvt
whom tt trot trrvttgfuUf wrettrd It will do no harm.
to keep this question before the people, that they
lusy preserve the record and pro)er memoradaof
their former slave, iu the event that a returning:
sense of justice ou the iiart of the r ederal Govern
ment mar compensate them, at least in part, for the
loss of their rightful procrty. Jurou, Gn , Tele
graph and Messenger, Pern
It i Not Oxe, Bit Merely Looks Like Oik.
The Democrat explain, on the appearance of every
fresh rebel flag, that the banner unfurled Is net tho.
relwl dig, but merely a flig which look like it. W hat
is the nutter with the L umn flag I Is that not good
enough for a Democratic procession! Thi business
of carrying a flag which look like the rebel ensign ia
lieing overdone. There I a prejtidicr in tbl part of
the country m ftor of flag which look like the
Cmon flag .V, Y. Tribune.
31a. Plaistei ot tiic Pkesiieict. The Pittsburg
Telegraph, in seaking of l'Uistid, the Greenback
nominee for Governor, In Haiue, says: The ques
tion is how he stands on the Presidency. He i claim
ed for each of the thrcet camliilates. 'What a joke it
wonld be on the Democrat if it should turn out that
he is for Garfield! He waa Jiepublican Cougre
man aa late as 18J6, and his snljf-cqnent course ha
Iieen dirrctetl by his opposition to Ithtine, without toy
formal renunciation of hi Itepublican principles.'
r?A gentleman of this city, who Uainau of large
raeana, bad intended erecting a nnmler of building
this fall to accommodate workingmen with comfort
able b4iuirs at cneap rents but lias changed his mind
and determined not to build until after thr Presiden
tial election. He wishes to await the result of the
election, aa he is fearful, should the Democrat get
into power, that the bmuner interests of the country
wfll be seriously impaired. Heading, JV, Timet.
j There U food for thought In that Democratlo
nnort of m Hancock meeting in Sooth Carolina,
wherein mention U made that the rifle companies
stacked aruia " when the speaking began. Suppose
Ciditica! processions in the North were to carry mus
rts instead of torelen, what wonld be thought about
it I Why do the yelling South Carolina Democrat
carry them I To frighten the negroes from tho can
vas and the polls, of course.
How Paktt 3I FoxcetTiieik Iircoan. In 1877
August Belmont wrote to John Sherman to urge him
to stand np ami defeat the "blind frenzy of the Dem
ocratic Congress. It wa defeated; and in a speech
at New York tha other night this same Belmont
claimed that it wa the same Congress which brought
about specie payments. Thna do hot larty men
forget their reeonL Aatvtnalt Itrpubtean.
Vsun ited Pwsaiix- The principle of the
Democratlo party are pretty clearly denned br the
Alabama, and Arkansas, and Maine elections. Ther
are: Unlimited paper, unlimited silver, unlimited
chums, and unlimited repudiation of all old debt.
There are all the elements of a volcanic "change" ia
these principles. V. J". Tribune,
ty General Iteanrrcanl dropped in to see General
Hancock yesterday. h him wa ex-Governor Hav
goffin, of Kentucky, one of the most virulent rebel
i the south. General Joseph E- Johnston, of Vir
ginia, also is in New lork, and will call npon Han
cock! They all know whoae cause Hancock I fight
tng for. Philadelphia PutUtin.
17 Seventy Democratlo member af Congress)
have, according to Gen. Hancock, offered "an insult
to the intelligence and honor of our people hy
proposing bills to facilitate the passago of rebel
chums. Gen. Hanceck will find a large proportion
of his most conspicuous supporter In tho list. -JT. 1 .
WBTTncDxEocKATS Callit x "BrGADoo. Sen
ator Ldmunda say tho "Democrats in Congress have
tned time after time to repeal' the only obstacle to
the narment of unlimited Southern claims the loraJ-.
ty of the claimant. Thi is why the Democrats call
ine ciaun question a -uagauoo, prooaoiy wr A
t7 De La 3Iatyr ha announced to the Louisville
Commercial a final dissolution of partnership between
himself and tho Democrats, lie regret his part
record, and say he will never act with the Bourbon
again. A campaign tour in Alabama ha wrought an
IT Lafayette 8. Foster, born In Pranklla, Coon.,
Xovember Z2, 19CS, and a direct descend snt of Vd
Standish, died at Norwich, Conn on tho 19th nit,
He wa a United State Senator from Conneeticut for
FT When the Democrat gt through marking
t 3 on the rrsidenew of Kepnblieans, they should
try their hand at KOOO.000 000, the- amount tbslr
treason, rebellion, and general enssedness have ewt
the United State. A. JT. Tribune.
ry Down at Serery the other day an effort waa
made to get a colored man to dig a hole for the Dem
ocratic pl- He responded: "N'o, thank -jrj 1.
hasn't got down that low yet? 1:
ty Ther is a great deal In a name, If our fool
Dentocratio exchange tells tho troth. lt says Utai
Haococka namo te name thatwUI; tbplincn-.
- wifeihgiti- -. -shl
. . . 'j giSZpTf7
mV - -' "
Vt.'K.1. ?; 2.
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