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F1U3I AXD HOME.
Nothing is more essential to the
highest success in raising crops than
thorough preparation and cultivation of
the coil. Much i lost for want of hav
ing the soil in good tilth before the seed
is deposited in it. When a plant is com
pelled to struggle for life during its ear
lier existence, it receives a shoes that it
can never fully recover from. If the
sjil is well pulverized it places within
reacn of the roots of the young plant
a large amount ot available plant looa,
and it starts off in life with more vigor,
and, like an animal that has been well
fed during its infancy, it is more capable
of taking care of itself in after life, than
if stinted and half starved in its earlier
life. Within reasonable limits an addi
tional plowing or harrowing will often
add maoy time its cost to the value to
the crop. Many farmers seem to think
that all extra work in deep plowing and
thorough harrowing in preparing for a
crop is so much labor thrown away ; but
this extra labor is just what often de
termines the difference between success
and failure in farming. Any labor put
forth in frequent stirrings of the soil
among growing crops will be found to be
well expended. Not only clean culture,
but thorough culture should bo the
farmer's motto. L. J. Ttmplin, in Ohio
aVmll autrl fl Inlrr Crop. Stork, El.
In addition to the work to be done now
in the saving of the crops already grown
on the farm, every farmer should now
put as much of his land as possible in fall
and winter crops. Turnips, radishes and
mustard for nil use cm be planted dur
ing this month an l tbe next in this sec
tion of the sou lb. Onion sets should
also be ext?usivelv planted. For all
these crops tiir land should be made very
rich; where this is done, large crops of
turnips ana onions may be xpecten.
We also again urtro on the farmers the
importance of planting full crops
small grain. Ons of the main difficulties
of the people of the south has always
been tnat they have relied on cottou as
their sole money crop, hence they have
money only or.ee a year. Y hat we need
more than anything else is a succession
of many crops. This we can have just as
well as not. Ily putting in a variety of
small grain crops, we not only pro
vide winter pasturage tor our stock
and a saving of o'.her feed, but we have
crops coming in at all seasons of the year.
Our wheat, oats, rye and barley are all
or may be marie; money crops. Our stock
also fed from the various crops are con
stantly coming in, and by a diversity of
crops and giving proper attention to
stock raising, there is no season in the
year that we do not have something to
dispose of for money.
liy raising stock on our farms we not
only enrich our lands, but the stock itself
is constantly bringing us money. Sup
pose the farmers of this country instead
of buying all their mules and horses from
the north :md west, should provide their
farms with good brood mares, and raise
a colt from each of them each year, lare
amounts of money would not only be
made, but other large sums would, be
saved which now are necessary to pro
vide farm teams. These colts, too, can
be raised with but little expense where
pasturage is provided for them. The
mares in the meantime can do must of
tlie farm work now done by mules, and
our stock market supplied at home and
the money kept among us. Southern
demand for milk ia so universal, that
farmer writes to the Western Farm
Journal, that the eeneral farmer desires
very much to improve the capacity of
. . . i 1 '-.li
me cow to give miiK ; out oeyonu mis
there is so improvement possible worthy
of his attention.
Undoubtedly there are some people
who hold to this opinion; and the fact
that it is an extreme one, only goes to
show that the great mass of farmers who
occupy a middle ground, place a high es
timate upon the possession or first-class
miiKing qualities by a cow. Our con
temporary urges, as we have often done
tnat a farmer needs a cow in which hi
milking qualities are combined with first
class merit as a beef-producing animal
TU i ,
tum uiustgive nunc, large in quan
tiiy ana good in quality, and this not
only when at her "flush," but through
most of the year. Then she should
have a form suitable to the laying on of
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nen, ana an aptitude to fatten; not
simply when her days of usefulness are
passed as a milker, .he will make a eood
carcass of beef, but that she can give this
lorm to her male offspring, for whom the
farmer, in many cases, will have no other
use than as a "steer" to be crazed and
e- . . - , , j
iatienea ior beer, ihe caw must be
superior milker, because, aside from
raising a calf, she can be made a source
of profit on the farm. She should be
herself of high class merit iudcred from
a purely beef-producinirstandrjoint that
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ner caives; ei which, in her period of
uaeiuineas, sne should produce many, can
oe reared witn proht. A cow that will
pay in the dairy a profit on her "leeo
each year, and raise a calf besides of such
hijrh character that it can h with
additional profit after being removed
from the dam, is the cow that the prac
tical fanner needs. A cow that simply
pays in me uairy, ner call being with
out value, or that simply briusrs a troorl
calf, and pays nothing at the pail, in not
desired by the practical farmer , as only
bringing one-half the profit which he has
a right to expect, mid by securing the
right combination can very readily make
It is quite clear that this is the kind
of cattle the eeneral farmers of the win ii-
try demand, and it is quite clear that the
general larmers are to be in the future
the class from which the professional
breeder will draw his best customers. To
produce cattle of tho kind required,
to blend in projer harmony the charac
ters which these customers demand, will
tax the attention, patience and skill of
ine proiessional breeder. He will attain
his saceess by the proper selection and
union of elements abou
side, and by the eierris nf fro;.!
judgment in selection of crosses to ac
complish his purpose. His profession
will give lareer room for disnlnv nf
and call for the employment nf irrtor
skill and experience than when cattle
are bred to mere pedigree standard. And
when the breeder sees the animals ripen
ing and developing under his eye their
forms moulied and modified by his skill
to the definite purpose in view, and their
practical useful dualities
the touch of his hand, we are certain he
will feel more pleasure and pride in his
profeasion than he ronl.l iwiaik1r fii
adding one or two more " line crosses1'
to a pedicrreeL the frrmprnl hnmnt t
which depends upon what some other
person is supposed to have accomplished.
""'""(in ijtve ococK journal.
California Wine. Art. Horticulture. -British
Drawing. Rom or Khuuron.
From our own coriespondent.
While California may not carry off the
laurels as producers of the best wine, yet,
iue uest juices presented at me centennial
are most certainly from the golden state.
I his seems to be the opinion of experts.
although they may not have the deter
mining power as to who shall have the
award ot merit. In this connection the
process may be interesting.
" At the vintage, which is always in
October, from the fifteenth to the thir
tieth, the crape, as soon as they have
been gathered and broueht to the Dress.
are stripped from the stems. The stems
are carefully thrown aside, and the
grapes fall from the stripping machine
into a mili, which breaks the grapes
without crushing the seeds. From this
mill the broken grapes fail on the press
from which the juice passes directly
through India-rubber DiDes into the
casks, arranged on the lowest floor to-receive
it. There the juice ferments and
is drawn off three times the first year,
twice the second year, and once only the
third year, and always in January. The
third year the wine is bottled in the
month of February, and is not offered
ior use till six months later, about Sep
" The pulp and solid rart of tho
left in the press are subjected to the ac
tion of a hydraulic press of sixty thou
sand pounds' force, worked easily by one
man. The distillation of golden wine
showed the following Percental of 1-
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v image oi io'J, twelve per
cent.; vintage of 1870. eleven ner rant. -
vintage of 1871, eleven and one-quarter
per cent. It contains, therefore, thp
same proportion of alcohol tvi the wine of
lhe marriarre of ( iri-vMn l rr,m
Chaucer). This is an attractive' PThiKU.
oi art m tne lintish section.
" This royalle marquis richly was arrnied,
V ith lords and ladies In bis coiupanie
The which unto the fest werein y prayed
And of his retinue the bachelerie,
W itli many a soune is sondtic melodic
And to tbe village oi which I vou told"
In this arraye thernjot way hath r hoido."
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uit-ai xjiitam nas a great many paint
ings possessing merit of Inch order not. n
attractive as tne t rench, nor as classical
as the Italian, nor as high colored as the
riemisn, put it more staid they have
beauties, that seem peculiar to tlm ani;
home life of merry England, and always
r-o uuocivcr who can appreciate
the quiet beauties seen in an English
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iew loric. through nn tnio.;,:
fl. , ' ii inn tu
nrwr (unla fm V. .. .1 i , ,. P
...v, uuuureu ana nity vari
eties ot new and rare geraniums, com
prising double zonale, silver tri-color
and golden tri-color sorts ; also, a circu
lar bed of five hundred plants, represent
ing me "massing' or "rihKr.n" ,.
. O - . -. -w.a CIVIC VI
ir't fll 11 n l n V. . I . .. r . ..
6.UCuiUg u, me use or anterent colored
lAllKAa ' I U 1 i
. ? , uere re aiso shown some beau
tiful monthly carnations, illi lima ami
cut flowers. A rare and yaa;
lant is the besronia trophpli. oi J?
ybnd Mount Blanc.
On good paaturage, and with the same
care which is bestowed on the others, the
Ayrshires will produce a greater propor
tionate amount of milk than either the
Alderneys or Short Horns; but its
quality is not so good, and, hence they
and their crosses are most esteemed" for
the uses of those who are engaged in the
supply of milk to the cities? They are
more easily kept on short commons than
any other breed, and consequently may
be considered the more valuable as the
poor man's cow, in Contradistinction to
the Alderneys or Jerseys, which are
more numerous on the beautiful lawns
and in 'the meadows of the wealthy.
They will, in a word," thrive, keep in
JleshrUi.Contjnue to-furnish their quota
of the pail, on poorer pasturage than any
of their competitors for popular favor.
Mr. Flint, in is his well known work on I
milch cows and dairy farming," thus
Wars testimony to the merits of this
" i,,or purely dairy purposes the Ayr
shire cow deserves the first place. In
consequence of her small, symmetrical
and compact liody, combined with a
.-!! kiiiik-ij cm-si ana a capacious I
ru.iiKH n, uu're is nine waste, compara
tively speaking, through the repository
system ; while at the same time, there is
a very complete assimilation of the food,
and thus she converts a large proportion
of her food into milk. Ho remarkable is
this fact, that all dairy farmers who
have any experience on the points, asrree
in stating that an Ayrshire cow generally
gives a larger return of milk for the food
consumed than a cow of any other breed.
The absolute quantity may not be so
great, but it is obtained at a less cost;
and this is the point ujKin which the
question of profit hamr.
The Ayrshires.in fact.Iike the men and
women, and almost everything else, from
the home of Scott and 15iiriis,do credit to
the hind which produced them, and we
will rejoice to see them multiply all over
our country, so well calculated are they
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" -""i rvu-f in communing to the
future prosH'rity, which, with an eye of
. .nni, ri- kmiiv ior criming through the
means of the dairy !ystem ; which we
hope to eventually se established in the
older middle and southern states. Amer.
A Few .Minor Fashion Xotes.
Amber beads are much sought after in
hay fever season.
Straight linen collars are again talked
At a recent wedding in London the six
bridesmaids were attired in cream-colored
dresses trimmed with blue; each wearing
a massive gold locket, with a raised
jeweled and enameled monogram of the
bride and bride groom, presented by the
bridegroom. The jewels worn by the
bride were pearls and diamonds.
Abroad at the present time there is a
decided taste lor small shn wls
r 7a 6 new 8ty,w of wearing shawl is to
fold it as a scarf and to sew at each side
an agraffe of silver, fastening it as a
Original costumes for the races, made
by orth, are black silk toilets crossed
with Serbian scarfs of spun silk, showing
many colors ; also black silk dresses, with
a tablier strijed with tartan velvet rib
bon, and the skirt bordered with pyramids
or narrow frills.
Plain irros-srraiu costume rimA
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with dice-check satins and silks, are
counted among the novelties.
Double capes, popular two years ago.
are coming in favor again.
Either black Sicillian or blue or cream
Indian cashmere, are used for the cardinal
'IM r . .
me .uane Antoinette mantelet simu
lates sieeves, nas long square ends, and at
the back does not descend lower than the
Worth uses for traveling mantles the
largest buttons he can find.
Seaside mantles and capes are made o
white cloth and trimmed with black
braid three inches wi.le, black lace, and
bows of black satin ribbon.
Shoulder shawls of Iceland wool.
"Drap zephir', is a new cloth showing
ciwja uiiKiit colors ; as lor in
A very handsome design for a mosaic
panel "Michael Angelo," by the late
Godfrey Sykes. This fW 1,0a k
'executed in mosaic by the student rt
the South Kensington school, and forms
part of the decoration Kensington
museum. This is in the British section,
and lorms part ofa magnificent collection
of drawings, in which specially British
art takes a high position. There are also
in this collection a series of sixty draw
ings in frames, executed by British stu
dents in schools of art throughout Great
Britain. There is a beautiful photo
graph of Triptych painted in grisaille in
Eimoges enamel, two leaves of K-r.iV!,
t L- 7, u. Kensington museum
V'V, - . en lent to the commis
sion vuruisnj. subject St. John preach
lng in the wilderness. An attractive se
nea oi COlOred PllOtoo-rnnha ra
lhe design photographs and drawings in
the Hritish section ro woll
critical examination, as they will afford
a jinc urm ior mougni.
discovered on the bank of the "Villianv
eite river, near Salem, Oregon. The
hand and brazier of the enormous statute
of liberty presented to the United States
as a centennial memento by the citizens
or r ranee, and intended to be erected in
iew York harbor, arrived at the centen
niai grounds yesterday. , The sfc.tue will
De one hundred and twanty feet high,
exceeding by twenty feet the celebrated
collossus of Rhodes. It will overlook
the harbor of .New York from a solid
granite pedestal eighty feet high. Swed
en has shown prettv furniture mi debvnn
exhibitor who is deaf, dumb and blind,
ano some very handsome work by blind
pupils. Sweden displays the bet t assort
ment of national costumes. One of the
most popular journalists at the centen
nial is Mr. M. Reed, of the Brooklyn
Eagle. Reed is one of the old school
gentlemen, a journalist of erudition, ex
pansion and force, with marked nowers
of volition. The view from the Catho
lic fountain, north to asrricultun 1 hall, is
one of the most magnificent in the world.
mm n sinewy Horticultural standnoint.
It will take fGO.000 to finish th r!th-
lic fountain. The handsome prcfits real
ized by the Svrianic. Turkish. A Verian
combinations, have stimulated the in
crease of these worthies until :!rom one
bazar, we now have a dozen or more, dot
ting all available space, where moving
visitors may be attracted for a moment
to inspect, then to buy at twenty times
meir value. A Iriend sucsrested how
much they made, and then asked "How
much lor that necklace?" "Fivy dol
lare." "I'shaw! I wish two. How
much V " Well, takee two for fivv dol
lare. A half a dollar would have been
a good proht upon an article ;ntr;nai.
ally worth fifty cents. There hav ln
18,000 visitors to the Penasylvsnia state
uunuingjto date. A nugget of gold val
ueuauuwaa stolen irom U13 1'ortu
gese case in the main building. The ad
dress of Hon. Ell wood Evans, cf Wash
mgton .territory, was exhaustive and
wen-aimed. A car load of gmpes ar
rived to-day from the fruit-growers as
sociation of California. They were nine
days on the road, but were in excellent
order. West Virginia has a fine coal
exhibit with grounds encirc ing her
building. Ihe seams of bitumiuous coal
vary irom seven feet three inch.?s to six
eight, nine, seven and a half. Big San
dy sends a nine foot seam. Pittsburg
ocam t-ie veit ieet 1111CK. ihese speci
mens have been exposed to the air more
than three months, thus proving their
quality. There are 16,000 square miles
em oraced in the Appalachian al field
and ot the hi ty-four counties of West
Virginia lorty-eight are under.aid with
TUB iOStl OF THR BLOOUT SHIRT.
With forehead brazen and bare,
With eyes staring forth of his bead.
Bob IngereoLl called to his following thus,
Waging a shirt that was red j
Kave, rave, rave !
Come stir me the mire and the dirt.
Freed men and villain, henchman and knare,
Ana ung m " x ne Bong 01 tna oiuri."
"Oh, our banner is glorious and free, .
All woven of tissue and fraud ;
In blood-dab'uled stains are a sham and a lie,
So flutter its folds abroad 1
Wave, ware, Ware!
Fling hieh tbe bannerol death.
Where bigots may gather or fools may stare,
ji living ining nave ureaiu.
"Toil, toil, loll I
Come coin me the slander and lie,
Work, work, work
November's Ides are nigh.
Take unto ye insult and wrong
For fruils ot centennial year,
The liner's heart and the adder's tongue
Distrust, suspicion an 1 fear.
" Be tht-e then vour Joy and your pride,
And mine the more imnious tmrt
To scatter outspoke J the damnable doubt
Vi inch ' the fool bath but siid in his heart.
Grind, grind ye tbe outrage mill.
Rake headland and mountain and cave,
Drag Enrf from her charnal house
And Haired from her grave."
With forehead brazen and bare.
With eyes staring forth of his head,
Bob Ingersoll called to his following thus,
waving a shirt that was red :
" Rave, rave, ravel
Ooiue stir me the mire and the dirt.
l-reediiian and villain, henchman aud knave,
auu sing me " ine song 01 tne anut."
THE ROSE OF SHARON.
vrian. perhans TnrV rv.o.,k
. w . - i 1 .., iua UC
luoiuenegrin, sits 111 state in his kiosk
y clept bazaar, and offers you a rose of
Jericho or Sharon, above, his hn.i
For Itotli llwranilWIIh.
It is not strange that during the ac
tive speculation in shorthorns which has
prevailed for the past few years, forcin
steadily and continually to a still higher
range, in the face of a decided and uni
versal decline in other values it is not
strange, we rieat, that under such cir
cumstances the great mass of breeders
should have lost sight of the requirements
and wishes of general farmers. To a very
great extent, it must be said, that the
s:iorinorn breeding ot the past few years
lias not lieen conducted with reference to
nn- useiui qualities ol the cattle them
st Ives, or the demands of those who de-f-ired
them for the practical and useful
purosrs for whi.-li cattle are ordinarily
maintained. A large number of breeders,
qualified by tiste and experience for the
highest ranks of the profession, haVe
given their first and highest attention to
breeding cattle to meet the speculative
requirements of the day. And this spec
ulation has Won so general
sorbing, that there has been scarcely tn
opportunity for the practical farmers of
the country to m ike their wants aid
opinions hrar.I. Now there has come a
lull in speculation the fever is
siitwK-irg. nnd the people ure
heard sking each other, What
w all ol this tr?" And in the
lull, breeders commence to hear upon
evorv silo tlm i-i.l... .. c , 1
,-. . ""! general larmers.
hl'limni. ...1.... .1. . . '
. mm,, lm.y want and need in
shorthorn cattle to render tl Kim uc.i.L
We for the practical, every day use of
u.. x ,n-v nave uitie to say about
po hree; if the animals are purely
bred; their requirements in this direc
tion seem satisfied; they appear never
k iiaiv neara oi isales or ilooth
rvnignuey; tnev care not whether
TFimir tj ... .11.1 1 1 i) ,
7V .. . a roi-f, or only a
'hollyhock." In short, they are dis
posed to ignore altogether these nice dis
criminations and these fanciful distinc
tions with which lashionable breeders
have disturbed themselves and ther
neighlmrs so much. It is only with the
practical, useful qualities of cattle that
these men are concerned.
It is partially observable, that upon
every side, the demand comes for cows
that can profitably In? maintained as milk
ers, Ann here we see the damage that
has been done to the Southdown inter
est by the Lost few years of speculation.
lopn.viue tlie calf wit a nurse, and
to bring the whole herds into the
est state of obesity for the
f:iiri. has given the public an impresion
that shorthorns will not give milk many
people have even acquired the notion
that not one shorthorn cow in ten can
raise her own calf. Such notions p-
mh-.-iu bii.-, course, erroneous, ihiii
stance, a gold stripe on a brown ground,
a red stnie on a navy blue ground, etc.
A new model for a dressy polonaise is
cut alter the st vle kno n as the "Queen
of N a vane," with a facing in front
narrow satin riblx.n.
Novelties in jewelry are composed of
gou shot with platina.
A unique costume worn on the oc
casion ot the unveiling of the sta'.ue of
the late prince consort, consisted of an
elaborate steel cuirass over a rich silver
gray poult de soie dress, trimmed with
velvet and steel.
The Fortnightly says of Mr.-Disraeli
.. i.ami.ioH to the lords : " The removal
y. ur gieat parliamentary mime from
the lower to the upper house is the best
mat nas happened to the house of
commons ior many years. Life may be
V -i r K lnal costiy club, bu
V nwe edifying for those who
.o not taKe a club view. The change
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-. u nunc U1an anything else could
hav done to clear the moral air of the
house. Ihe very presence in a serious
7 a i-mn larceur. if it lie a far-
ur oi genius and authority, is demoral
izing. To see the very genius and incarna-
v. irony in the highest political
--. "nii.li ine nonriiai
in letters of fire as those that dismayed
Lelshazzar, "Mene, mene, tekel uphar-
oiu, uui in common-place English ti
on with a stencil plate. rrnhnW ,
among the more prominent are "Blessed
holy land," verse from "Micah," etc
Anions these relies nno k
eagerly sought for is the rose of Sharon
the vender calls it the rose of Jericho as
tuc Mmpiy ior the centennial is drawn
from that sou rce. These flowers are well
uameu tie resurrection flowers, as their
recuperative powers seem to embody
more than the ordinary material exist
ence of vegetation. One was' found in
the wrappings of a mummy three thous
and years old. It was nl
and revived. I have one, many months,
perhaps years old; placing it in water in
twenty-four hours it exn.mnV.l Th
are certainly wonderful in their exhibit
of vitality. In their native soil when
blown from the bush, they will wander
with contrary winds until coming within
the influence of water, thev will tv
root, and reinvigorated will add beauty
and perfume to th
are the blossoming center. The rose spoken
of in this connection is of biblical history,
and, although spoken of so oft.
often quoted in pulpit, and on the plat-
"inuuiui nower. tne rose, is
Tennessee and Alabama tbe Future Seat
vi -11 l If.
Prof. J. W. Clark in Chicago Times,
England has but 4,500 squars miles of
me precious mineral, and has to win
irom a depth ot 1,500 to 2,000 feet ;
nave not less than 240,000 square miles
at an average of four hundred to five
hundred feet, and of every variety of
B.UU1V11. fciave which is com
jjc.ieu to ion at its transmutation into
gold is iron. Science has enabled Great
Britain to capture from its li mi tail aroa
sufficient of this slave power to build up
ita f-., ... 1 . r ' - 1 1 ti . I
i iiaiucnuiK ui empire. What is our
prospect lor iron ? There is in our midst
iron enough lor the world's consumption
for untold centuries: in nans nf nnr
states iron ore constitutes the fm
oi tne earth s crust.
js it in such a torm that, it
profitably utilized? In the present as
pect or our pur-iron intprpsrji a i)nnK
may flit across our minds. We cannot
renaer a verdict Irom the evi lence de
rived from -Marquetre. The force, coal.
,ul umiiiiir ner ncn iron or is tnn riia.
taut, ana consequently too costly. Do
we look to Cleveland? Upr tho i
1 1 .1 VA
oors unuer the same disadvantage. Do
we iook to x ittsburer. at nrewnt. tho irr,
center has she the coal, theHiron, and
the limestone for its flux in such happy
relation as to sejre her a position to
. uic me iron niartets ot the sl ates or of
tue wona r in the opinion of the writer
our present iron centers are shifting their
War. nn Tl, . l.lv. i . 6
.. iiuiiuo tsuppiy 13 not tO
emanate from Great Britain or ittsburg
Tennessee and Alabama will sipply the
world's iron. The great vall?y of the
Mississippi has, nurtured in her more
temperate latitudes, communities pre
pared to grasp this chance. Three cities
are pressing to the front Cincinnati,
St. Iuis and Chicago. Cincinnati is
distanced ; St. Louis and Chicago are the
competitors. The former may be the
Pa, is of the west ; Chicago cer'.ainly the
.London. The latter's p-eocmnlii
--miao v i i rr-: 1 1 1 r" i mh mgrvc aiu
city of the planet, if she be true to the
best instincts of humanity. Sueli r nn.
sition can only be attained" by ciltivatins
in her midst the richest intplWto ir
a . . . . ---.v.fcti. J V 1
euucauonai institutions must nv.rflA,,,
the ripest fruits of
. . t - V A11LVF
uer inaustries. Mie must produce her
own cnemists. ereoloe'ists. m n.ini
technical artists, civil
social scieuce Dhilosonh
. , . - t J " ' tU
gi ia, wiuiout these native productions
will not found and perpetuate an em
Isouryounsr civilization ni.
to furnish the Cornell or Vanderbilt for
the occasion ? Will one of our early set
tlers, before the nassino- hmira r.i.ni.t.
the memory of his marwlmw in;r,;
on Michigan's shores, step to the front
ting rascality, and I tell you rascality
has got to get out of the way. I have
been voting for the radical party for the
last ten years, and, white folks, l will
tell you why I did it. These here carpet-baggers
and scalawags came around
and told me to give them office, and they
would lax you so that you'd have to sell
your land, and then we could buy It. I
thought it would be ihithtf nice to have
a bie plantation, aja l voted for them
and told them to stick on the tax. They
stuck on the tax; they got land, fine
horses, fine clothes, and plenty of money.
butl have never got anything from them
yet. I tell you another falshood they
have been telling the colored folks:
They tell us that as soon as the demo
crats get into power the will put us
back into slavery. I tell you, my colored
friends, that is impossible. The whole
world is asainst slavery, the constitution
oi the United States forbids it, and the
white people could not cut you into
slavery if they would, and they wouldn't
ii they could.
At the conclusion of his remarks Tom
came forward to the front of the stand,
and with all the earnestness of his hon
est soul, cried out : "All you honest col
ored men come up here. Give me your
hand and God your heart, and let's nave
an honest government." A number of
colored men were immediately enrolled
in the democrat club.
The charge that for three years ltuth
erford B. Hayes has sworn falsely with
regard to his taxable property is specific
ana airect. it is lul'y conhrmea by the
public records ot Unto.
A uxited north is a desideratum de
voutly to be prayed for by New Eneland
republicans, with the unit representing
Grantism ; but a solid south, opposed to
tins iniquity -let it be anathema.'
v, nat s sauce for the goose is not sauce
ior tne gander. Mobile Hegtster.
STAND UP HAYES!
And Now are You Uullty or 'ot Guilty?
The charge that lor three years Ruth
erford B. Hayes has sworn falsely with
regard to his taxable property is specific
and direct. It is fully confirmed by the
public records of Ohio.
lhe democracy of the United States
regret the necessity of giving this charge
to me woria. iney have no need to re
sort to personal considerations In influ-
The Nursery of Messrs. Craig A Co.
is situated on the Poplar Street Turnpike,
East of Memphis. Tenn., and their stock con
sists of rarest Grees-Hocss Plants fob
Winter Blooming, consisting in part of the
following specialties: Camellia Japosica,
Bohvardias. Begonias. Stevias, Euphor
bias, Ecpatoriums, Roses, etc., all kinds of
soft or BEDPING JrLANTS, THE BEST TUB
MARKET affords. Their stock of Hardy
Everereens is very fine. The MAGNOLIA
GrawdiflorA they hare In great quantity
and splendid specimen trees, ana aiso tne
various other varieties cn jrergreens.
Tiro life Constipal Ion
is not cured 'y simply unloading tbe bowela. lhe
medicine must possess tonic, alterative an i corrective
pionerties. These qualities are combined in Ia.
Tutt's Pills, and they will permanently cure. this
serious disease. 18 Murray Street, N. Y.
Bacon Clear Sides....
Whisky Common 1
Robertson County I
Lincoln County 1
Buckwheat, 33 busb... t
IS 00 20 00
feu 3 00
Ul 3 00
Flour- $ 3 25
Wheat Ked and Amber.. 1 00
Ike radical managers who could labor encing the judgment of the people against
to acquit Babcock, who could vote Bel- Mr. Haves. The issue is broader, deeper
f : . " KJll.v- vino couiu oraer a ingner, more sweeping, more command-
jaii ueuvery m Illinois lor the benefit ol
the party and for that alone, will not
hesitate at any form or any depth of ras
cality to carry the election in Indiana.
They know well that the popular vote of
mat state wouia Dury them in oblivion.
The Springfield Republican quotes as
follows from an English philosopher to
account ior tne popularity of two of the
Ing, than any question of that character.
The issue is narrowed, when personalities
are mad 3 the turning point of the can-va.'s.
At the same time, when authentic
charges are preferred, they demand au
thorized refutation. Even false accusa
tions, believed and accepted, must be
met by authority. The specific charges
most prominent republicans in the coiin- against Mr. Tilden have been specficaliy
. jiutic ucci nan a menu Him 1 1-
iect mind that did notailmirnn intrnM
J J i. 'li . .1 1 I f .. . 1 1. ... 1.1 , . .
auu ueiieruus villain, in tne pottomot "unuiaure newspapers wnicu
their hearts thev believe such bardv support Mr. Hayes for the presidency.
miscreants to be the only men qualified . Tlie refutation of the special accusa-
lor great anairs." iions against iir. liwen was put forth
We repeat that we do not think the
republicans will find it a paying business
to agitate the southern question. They
have lost so much by it in Indiana that
the success of the democratic ticket is
now a loregone conclusion. Let them
try it in this state, and we may be
tempted to "talk back" in recrard to re-
vi? . , . . . .
puoncan ascendency in the south.
Senator Logan, in a speech in south
ern Illinois.said : " I challenge anv dem-
A. ' . ' - . - .
ocrai w point out a purer administration
in the history of the country than that.
oi uen. tyrant. now much mnn Ad
mirable is this than poor Carl Schury.'u
declaration that ,;the administration
of Grant has by the ereatntss ol its
corruption shown the necessity of a rad
ical reiorm, even to the most stun H
Nothing but the inveterate preiudices
excited against the south bv the events
ot a lour-vears war could hlmH nr
by authority of the chairmatof the
national democratic committee. It is
essential to the vindication of Mr. Uayes
that the accusations against him be me
as specifically, item by item, and refuted
through such authoritative medium as
he may prefer. This the public have th
right to demand. Nothing less than this
will satisfy any fair-minded man.
w e have watched closely for the ap
pearance of some authorized explana
tion which would clear up the nainfnl
doubt which now surrounds Mr. Hayes.
Foredoomed to defeat, we would much
rather he would retire from the canvass
with a reputation for personal nrobitv
not only unsoilcd. but absolutely, nnno.
sailed. It is enough fir us that he has
not those qualities of character which
fit him for the work the American peo
ple now demand shall be dnno- nr tkt
he has not that support which Justifies
confidence that he could succeed, even if
it t t . . .
Tucou Clear sides
Potatoes Irish, "P bbl... .
Cotton M i (idling
Flour...- $ 4 25 6 75
Corn n 55 61
Oats 42 (3 43
Hav 1.5 00 19 00
Pork 17 50
8u,rar. 10 11 M
Molasses. 35 55
Whisky. 1 CO 1 10
Cotton 10 10
ST. LOt l.
Fiour. $ 5 23 5 50
Wheat I 16 I WA
Corn 40 & 4)A
Oats 36 86J4
Mess Pork 17 00 17 50
Lard 12 12K
Whisky. .-. l C9 ( 1 12
.v nnrivr A- RTRATTON nrfWVKM COT.F.KCJK. rhiUdlptal, km
miiffD STffTES CENTENNIAL EXHIBITION
aluabU antral Mormotw ntr , rSLiitlk. PrMUlwt. luB tuU 1
J. K. oOULK. PrMMlwl, liM I
utu Btnet, r uuaaaipua, x
What It Does!
It rriorwi, noirklr, Omjr Hair to it omy Kalnnl
tur?jr Bald Ki-
It Rx-movaa Uandraff, Humor and
in ncaip. it pr
Ittiina and Scaly
ft kin. It HwrortM
find fallinir Hair,
aotftia and give
of the Hair. It
desired etlnctJ In
leaving tbn tialr
msknc atMitl tnfi nat oral hair or upon the
hair in an unbeaJthr ondiUoil : tbtu rfidertnir It. for Ihe
Old and Younsr, an articl of nneguaid aallnce. No
Fruparationonnnd to the potihe pnKluc ancb ironder
ul rmtilta. Try it ! Try it ! ! Call for " Wood's Im
proved ! as It contain do Injurious qualities.
all Eruption from f
Dryness of the
ladml, dry, haralt
viicor to t he ftrowt h
C4j:n pits bee more
a short time than
evnr rornd, Mrways
soft, lireljr and
QMtd a Dn
3 m HHa
It w! orirlnallF introducd 30 years sro by Prof O. J.
Wood, but ibraont change of inirreoient in thi ar
ticle i making demand for it in all part of tbe United
Slates, Canada and fvreta ottntries.
Thetrreat radlcttl frnproetTrent fntrodnced In this ar
ticle baa induced us Ur tah the agency and advertise Its
virtues to tbe world. It efft Sa Ktwtorativeare what
baa been long nought for and waited It many yars, im-
inr mora dideil
than haa ever le
rd. No DrUKjrtat
knows its noniiK).
make it ; therefore
it, " Wood's Im
let any unnrincf
vince vou that be
it! Insist upon having
fre iii attain
In tbe world
sition, and cannot
when you cau ior
" Wood's Improved,' and take
H LIS HMD Pled
H m H B B h
FAT8 FOB THIS
For the Mature,
For the Young,
For the Ladies,
no other. iW nmr monm-! It will not be kin before all
d-alers everywhere wilt have it. If yon should fail to
nnd it. you Can nd ! to as ty mail for a bottle, or
Sn.iw for aim ixitfJn, ino wt wm sna it vo you, prepaid,
to anv KinrMi Srillin dfird.
AdlrxC. A. i (MK l4i CO., Chiraffo, the
SoleAifrntH for tfhr L nftrd Mlatra n nri ( an-
nilnx, vIm will fill all ordert and supply
tne i raae at irin niunnurrr- srrivr.
IS. kviMBALL, Fropritor
For tie Farmer,
ftr tie Bosiness Man;
k For IwiUi
SaDar to A?ts. Sample free II. Albert, Uoiton.Jl
PCCnP CPCr aamplepk's for two 3 et.
"IIUO r ntr, Btainps. Send for our new
illutratl circular, llloodetl l altle, Shwp. .wine.
Poultry, PiKeorm ami Ioi;k. llcin.on A lliirpev, .SecJ
arelioun. xncliDrch ft., ftiUadclplila, I'a.
,,r,,l'. PlaMiitwnrk; hi(n:lra now em
ploye2; huodreda more wanted. M.N.LoveJl.Krie Ha
rTSoM In flnrinn.H h Jim T farfc : Tonlvlll.
.1. B. Wilder A )o. ; New Orleant. Whwlock, r liiU i.
Ua.uid by W tloleflale llruRfruu genormuy.
$000,000 In Gifts!
II.NISETV t)Aia' POSTPON EM EN T OK THE
Kentucky Cash Distribution Co,
OF. A FULL DRAWING.
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30,
or moxky ni:ri'.Di:u.
Sl.OO a Yoar
CONTAINS IT ALL.
Of a week salary guaranteed ;o male 4 female. Send
stamp ior circulars. E. M. Bodiiie, Indianap'a.Iad
m,ray. Emnioymont forsll. Chroiuoi Kovrily
4)1 U Catalogue lree.Feltou 4 Co.,119 -Nassau st.,N.Y
RKNT BOOKS on Steam KiiRineerina. Send two
turn pa fur catalogue. '.Ki:prif,l,uo.,Bridteport.Ct
SO Ol'TFI r I'RtH Best dunce Yet. Write
d atUnce. C'OLl,lSCO.,iCliiitonIlaceN.Y
OOn n In
5fifif S ?We"k Samples Frkk.
WOOsOi ( P.O. VICKEUY, Augusta, Me.
VAvvl)lnr sCopjing lluune, Hoclieter,. Y
" '""70 "al couiu oiina our personally qua ihed for the task Thoar. l(;i:Ts-inr nm i.... ,
northern brethren to the real nature of are the conlroHing cSLidewtio
Clf C fnp CC Agents Mammoth Catalogue free. F
4l J iJi 43 A Co., Ill Kassau 6t.,N. Y
"V?.VPN,r A" ao ?'" "penwa to sell our
C W M, lTis!',,flil-r1I,"",er"- Maniples free.
c W. MuKRlsuN.21 W.feixih m.. Cincinnati, O.
the republican party, and to tbe vile use
which that unprincipled partv is making
i. " ... . o
oi meir prejudices ana predilections.
Too many of them are mere puppets in
the hands of such reprobates as Morton
and Butler. Is it not time for these to
open their eyes?
Nothing has been more clearly settled
than the right of the states to regulate
their own elections: and it can onlv ho
through a very forced, far-fetched, and
wrong construction interfered witV.
The clause upon which the administra-
nun icuca was HOI uesie-nea nr nnv
it, Deyond that, he has actuallv Wn
guilty of swearing to false tax returns
lor the past three years, he will retire
from the canvass with his reputation ir
reparably damaged. From this w wruM
save mm, it possible. Hence, we watched
closely for his vindication from the
charges of the Chicago Times, determino,!
not to use them aggressively against him
if he could show that the records of Fre
mont are not as the Times rvs nn.l
proves they are. These charges have
wen before the country for three weeks
in 1111 1 hOTlf UTWeihn uDnAnn:kl. r
such purpose as tnat which, by a trick They have received no authentic, specific'
uu laiisa rpasnnmo roa ruicn ; i :li r . . . -
WA TCHKS. A Great Sensation. Samult
hatch and Outfit Jree to AgaUt. Better tnan
Addresi A. t'UtLTKK k l'0..,i!l,i.n
K P U1 WT'O SeDd f,,r ci""i"ars of our new book.
ilUllil 1 U V"IteDt"e? till oh have seen them.
" Anchor l,uldlsliingl.o..st. Lui,Mo.
CAMPAtCN 2??' T"-PEN ..1 HAVEC.C2.
I , llM h. Saiit .r ....v. bv ti'.iil,&Oe.'tA.
Lmmmuuu lo AxeDU. J. II. BLt iOlill i lk?liv,TOl.
$1 fl ' C 'll""r' l"l kr KlU wlli!. our Chr,mi,,
U J - m.irr .mi nronwi 1 mrt. in-
r . . , - t"".".t tlilini.-PIIl-e.
in - i V -S a def,y 'agination.
i ' u' V, ' Pliably glimpses into
..U.K. vness oi things, his subtle art
in vanishing his own motives nnd
tarnishing the motives of other people
his superb contem pts are awful rifts in
the eyes of the countrv imoj i,
cotton-spinner. Thev wt -. 1,0.1 i.:..
and they make a mischievous example
en e ,r?"t rr'tinn bench, Wr.
Disraeli n M,d to l,aVe inspired able
rlieti.ricians with the singular ambition
of being that curious cliaracter, the 1
mimic ofa mime. (Vrtaiulv the ncm.
uiwwiifo striking that it is not sur
prising a a excites emulation.
only alluded to twice in t.hA mint,,
Sngs of Solomon ii. 1 ; "I am the rose
of t-haron: " Isaiah im laf x-aa
And the desert shall rejoice and blossom
like the rose."
Every one visitintr ihi eni0nn;i
should examine these marvelous vegeta-
v,v wiw, u 111 uoiner, tne ootaniat.
iuc iiiiui, f unneninoriicuituralist will
nuu nimseu at a loss to account for the
irprouucTive ine ot this rare rose of
ericno. i bey are cheap, ten, fifteen, and
twenty-five centse acb.
A (; lance at .Honfeiiegro.
An l-.nglish ladv has hwn lnA-in,..
..1 ii ,
nuui nvgni, ana ner reports are
not flattering to the insurgents. Her
sympathies are with them and against
the Turks, but the pictures she draws of
tne people and their savage manners are
not fascinating. They are heroic, no
doubt, and full of patriotism, but one
can hardly call them interesting, or care
to have them for intimate associates.
Nie found the women in Montenegro in
an utterly degraded condition, only-two
of them able to read and .write. These
were the wives of the prince and of the
irmupni or tne senate, and even they
have to do the household cooking and
to wait a t the table. The women in gen
eral do all the hard work in the fields
as well an in the house, and the men
touch none of the burdens even with
their fingers. She saw women staggering
under heavy loads while the men
waikeu oesiae mem wUhniittrin.. r
:. -r 1 , vi
j.iior or neip. ule Montengrin war
rior was evidently "a fancy article that
oujrht not to I expected to do anything
save fight in war and saunter about in
In splendor in time of peace " The
women, though jnx.r and half starved
have a great love lor finery. They go
about in rag but keep their caps cove-ed
with silver cbaina and coins. Some of
them have ornamenU that a duchess
In the art gallery there is a Vsntlful
mosaic black antique talWein rococo style,
with nine of the principal view of l?r.m '
the center piece being the view of the pi
azza of St. Peter's. Surrounding this is a
circle of four large views, viz.: The
tomb of Cecilia Metella : the Ponto I.u-
rano, .r Lucan bridge, on ih mud
, . '
nvo1 : ineiorumand the eo lonsnm
4 . i . .
- uuin cirute t-onHi.sr.fl or lour minor
views lempleof Vesta f. l?nmo-
n-raniid of Caius Cestus. and the
an theon. It is a rare mosaic, and no
pen picturing can paint its Wauti
Italy also sends an exhibit i 11 T!101..-iil
hall. A mosaic black sntiniiA toli
arved and inlaid with camnnnpllA rii'tti
flowers of the! Oamnno-nn Kir.lo
H. 1 n ' ' " " " '1 "uut l
ies, lees, st:rolls, t-tc. This is also an
exquisite mosaic. From Home came a
magnificent bouquet in mosnir- n.
the ruins of tlie Temple of IVstum Na
The national archaeological asstciation
will hold a convention Monday next at
ine cnio state Duiiding. A number rF
scientists and savans interested in t h
works of the mound builders, will be
present. The total "number of visitor
registered at the Ohio state building to
date, 23,000, which is more than anv
other state Mere arrivals in agricultur
al hall, where it soems that there is an
inexhaustible cornucopia. Onions and
potatoes from Bermuda, Plums from
New York, pears and melons from New
Jersey. There is on exhibition .1 black
Italian water melon from the seed in
Pennsylvani thirty-seven by twenty
lour inches and weighs forty-three and
one-half pounds; tbe seed was imported
from Italy. The valuable collection of
Dr. Ferine's, of New York, consisting of
antiquities, from Cyprus, the result of
mt. in ssnoia, American consul, ex
plorations will toon be placed 'on exhi
bition; they are very rare. On yester
day there was. exhibited in agricultural
hall, a section ofa white oak tree two
feet long and about twenty inches in di
ameter, with a pair of deer antlers im
bedded in the heart of it. The section
was cut from a tree at a height of nine
feet from the ground. Thiscuriosity was
and be the Romulus of this groat Rome
by fostering an institution which will be
to this VOUng nation -n-Viaf Ik. 1 1
. , . : ....... . 1 . - jwym
Society haj been to Great Britain and to
the world ?
riAnO. I1 .. I k . .
"Lain u jsemwcraiic Aejrroes.
The radical negroes in North Carolina
nave gone a step farther in political in
timidation than even the worst of the
Charleston blacks. It has been formally
resolved at a republican ward meeting in
llmington to kill any negro who votes
the democratic ticket. The nffirlir
uiKin wnicn this statement is made re
cites "that the
of between eighty and one hundred ne
groes; mat jim win held, colored, made
cijr wuieni, speecn, in wh eh he de
nnnneo.1 t V. .. .1 . . , . j . l i . .
uruiutmis auu me wnites in
uie Ducerest terms; the said Jim Win
held auvocated that the negroes should
uraw ine color line, and in the
violent manner denounced
force by bold usurpation bv an uncon
Since the adoption of the fifteenth
amendment, nobody iu this country but
icuuuuiaus nas proposed or taken a
ingle Step looking to the disfrnnrhise-
ment of the negroes. Thererjiihli pnna in
congress became so disgusted with the
result of their experiment with neo-ro
suffrage in the District of Columbia that
they abolished the district government
and deprived the entire population of tbe
right of self-government in order tn .Un
franchise the negro majority.
"Reform within the party" is being
beautifully exemplified in the nomina
tion of Ben. Butler for congress in
now go into the record of the
against Mr. Hayes as positive facts, and
iiiui, ten neavny to nis disadvantage.
That there has been no authentic and
authorized refutation of the charges pub
lished at the west and overlooked by us,
wc are now able to demonstrate. We had
hoped against hope that there might have
pfn--u..ij reiuiaiion. uut we
learn from the Cleveland Plain Dealer
that there has not been.
Stand up! Rutherford B. Hayes I
Be as manly, as thorough, as specific,
in an authorized and authentic response
as Samuel J. Tilden has been. '
Answer to the accusation: Aw vaf
Guilty or Not Guilty of the Privp
. nlc vrnrth fc.V. un.
tr-l futnl.igut free. J. 1 1. UlU-. Ml I )'
.1 for HOr. Illii.lr -
Monlh. Aapntm w a n toil BA 1..... t ; ..
rticlei in tlie worl.l. One sample free. Ad
ress J A k f KOXK9.v fcetroit. Mich.
THR SFOKTSIUM. Turf, KieM Sports. Ag
. r,.c" '.y'.r?.- Per year. Specimen cot tree.
C.J. tO&TMlAi 0..lMibs..9MurrHj ht..Nw Y irk
KIDDER 8 PASTILLES.?.,
Wewill Htnrt yon in a ImsineKsyonran
makcMllu n-eek M il I t ch nitHl. eanv
mnivi k vi,,,,r,'''p,;i',",','r,'r,',,,''"r'';- AUK-.T8
- cv.rei.1 I.O., atol tiowery, . .
Fortiin for only sIiJ
The Eentuoky Cash Distribution Cd.
Antlnifi?'il Iff n tvfrinl net of the Kentucky l.effii
lutiire, f..r IhH lo'-lrt of tlie lulll thla of
i-'rnnbfi.rl. will ll.le tli ftr-t of their eerien of
1 . nt m . I 1 ' ni 1 iii-'m at .ttnior IImII. In the t'ti.r of
I'ranhlnrl. k;.. Thiiiwiiiy. Noteinl-er :m. in-n, on
Hlncli occiiKioii tiny win uiiiirinuiu 10 ine 111 Ki t
liolder the iiumeiiHe mini of
Thos. P. Porter, x-Gov. Ky., Gen'l Manager.
list of OIFTs.
One Onin.l Cn Gift Jino.nno
One liruiid CfH liift NI.IKHI
One tiranil Cash (iift W.O'K)
One i.raiM Cash tiilt 2ii,mo
One Oraml Ca-h Oift 10,(NI
One firanil (,n?h -ift ft.oiKi
ftll Cash tiifis of each 50.MI
UK) Cash fciifis of 6INI ea h fto.KHI
100 Cash (ilfU of 4H) each Ah.ium
100 Cash (iifla of Wirt cai h SO.miH
2m Cash (Jifw of 2110 each 4A),lm
Sim Cash (iifls of 1(X) each Wi.iUKI
10.IKK) Cash Oifts of 12 each 12ii,ik
Total. 11.186 C.ilf, All Cash 6N,000
PRICE OF TICKETS.
Whole Th ketii, H'bAUrn; Halve., r, dollars ; Oiinr.
f"rs, .1 dollara; i Tickets, Inn ilolliirn; ITS 1 ickeis,
3 dollar; Tickeia. '" .lollara ; .vi 1 ickeis,
!'' dollars: lim.Klll Tickets nl 2 flollnrs each.
The Hon. K. II. Taylor, Mayor of Frankfort, the
entire lloard of ( itv I'oiiiicilineii. the Holt. Alvii
Puvnll, lute Chief Justice of Kentucky and other
distinguished Citl7.ens. together with such other ills.
interested pernios as Ihe I icket -holders present may
cn-Mif utile, win su peri n lend t lie i raw iiiir.
The tn luent of gifts to ow ners of iirie tickets h
assured. A hond, with hesxy iM-nalty and appioved
security, has heeu 4'Xecllted to lhe I 'oflllllou w fnll ll of
KeutucRv, w hich is now on record in l lerk's oilii
of County 1'ourtal Frankfort, sul.ict to in-pecti.i
of any one. This is a new fcitture, and will al.aolulely
secure the payment of arills.
Keniitlances can lie iiui.ie ly Fxnress, Pruft, Tost
Olllce .lloliey llrder or lle.Mf.tere.1 Letter iniole pay
aide to l4-Mtuk.T 4'Mi.n lllftlrlbiillaii 4'o.
All comuiunicHtiotis. orders fur Tickets aud appli
cations ti.r Affcnciet siioiini im' ii'itiressen 10
IIU.V. TJ1.M. . I'OUTKIi, Uen'l "anaeer.
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Monitor AlauurK Co., Cincinnati', Ohio."
rAMJly60' f OF r-Hwrav, as the Official Rkcoxm
South Carolina, Warmoth for leader of
l ie Louisiana legislature, Packard for
the governorship of that state, with
brother-in-law Casey for the United
States senate to say nothing of the
wnisKy ring pardons, the efforts of the
party to acquit Ualicock, the whole
saie asessments of office holders
ior party purposes, and the promised
pardons to all the non-pardoned whisky
thieves after election, when if.
v . t, ' u w
The best in the
World. Kl'tltl for
b . Auger Co., St. Louis, Mo.
Ul'lir. Utah IA ta4a .1 a . , O
u tiie uemocratic ticket"
that the said Jim Winlield in ureinff his
. jc.. ocmi mis uuesnon. sain tniMuimvi.
ored man who would vote the demo-
crane ncKct ought to have 1 is naked
body stuck full of liirht WOod Knlintora
and burnt; that at this noint nf bi-
speecn ne paused to make a motion, and
uioveti a resolution tnat any regro who
wouia vote ine democratic ticket should
be hunted up and killed ; that this reso
lution was carried unanimously by the
meeting, amid the wildest enthusiasm
and cries of 'kill him,' 'kill him,' 'kill
off such damned traitors;' i.nd that
there was no reconsideration of the reso
lution so passed."
These proceedings illustrate the chAr-
acter of tVe "intimidation" by which
ine ra ncais hold the colored vnt t,n-
getner, and give K)int to the assertion
of Dr. Itedtield that, if left untnimmeled
by the whites, ninety-nine colon! voters
in a hundred would vote the radical
ticket. Charleston Airv and Courier.
Southern domination is a bugbear.
It was the democratic n.-irtv that el
belled against southern dominatinT, ;n
18G9, when republican leaders
their knees at Charleston, kissino- the
knees of the slave power, when it x.
proposed to extend slavery into the ter
ritories. The northern d
belled against the dictation of tho south
under the lead of H. A. Douglass. The
men who then truckled to the powerful
south are not the men to send to congress
r,' '""''" uci now. cue is poor.
There is no south. AVe are a union
lhe moment the institution r.f do
fell, the south, as known in politics, was
u" uire. xntj seal or empire hag
movea ; its star in over the mighty val
icjr ui me luississippi.
There are many millions of claims
put in more than the Cincinnati Com
mr.uiai wuu an its eagerness has set out
utuore its quaKinir subscnheni. Tl,
of the State of Ohio and the County
OF -JOUR RESIDENCE TESTIFY AGAINST
Once more, Rutherford Ti. Hayes
GUILTY OR NOT GUILTY? File
YOUR SPECIFIC ANSWER SPEEBILY.
II1U11 LI 1 8 M.Spncer.:M7W.
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Ben. Hill on the Flag.
From his recent speech at Atlanta.
All hail the flaar! Raise hiVh
L) I I T"ITt,AB,T Cl'KKD AT IIOMK
t. M Jr I l V VI No publicity. Time short
terms moderate. l.iMitestimo
niala. Deacribe case. Dr. F. .tlarsh. yuinry. Mich
PrNTflW rrocnreil for Soldiers ami Sailors.how
I IlllOlUllU everaliKhtlvdisaliied in the Il.iS er.
vice ; kUo. penstona increitsetl Arivi..e 'r....
McMu'hakl. Attorney, ?o? Samson St., I'hila., I'ai
Contain, an 1 nfc LltUUrkk Contains a
ex-ellelit inne erf in
siiittini; s. iri For Sineine EchooU of ivaim
urse. Tiinesand An-
!y L. O. Lmprsi N, J I lo ins.
Reside the alve there are nenrlv lull pnires filled
with Duels, easy l'arl Sons and lilren for I'rai tu e
and iter nation.
As will he siM-n, there are ahiiudiint tnsterial of
tlie liest l liaracter. lor mitkinif SinKing liiissis in
terestiiiK. ide awake and populnr.
The Ksctri is also an excellent Look to use in
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lty L. O. Khirhox.
'ituiHi', w ith
flag of our fathers! Let southern breezes
kiss it ! Let southern skies reflect it !
Southern riatriots will love it, southern
sons will defend it and southern heroes
will did for it ! And as its folds unfurl
beneath the heavens, let our voices unit
and swell the loud invocation, flag of our
union, wave on ! wave ever ! But wavo
over freemen, not over subjects. Wave
over states, not over provinces. Anrl
let tbe voices of patriots from the nnrth
and from the east and from the west ioin
our voices from south, and send to heaven
one universal, according chorus. Vvp
on, flag of our fathers I Wave forever!
But wave over a union of equals, notover
a despotism of lords and vassals; over a
land of law, of liberty and ot peace, not
over anarchy,' oppression and strife !
(Immense and long-continued applause,
with wild cheers for the flag, in the
ruidsit of which Mr. Hill retired.)
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T flTTPDO' to mrrlp, wealth, and
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WOKTH A CO.. tit. Lonia. Mo.
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Iv tbe lortv vpnrs that tho MorAnni'n
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Investipite the merits of The Illua-
eil Heckly henna detei miliins
n To n r work fl.i.r. 11 un.l u.
i ue comoinatlon lor tnis season surpasses anything
heretofore atteinnted. Te. ma aent free. Address
Ciias. Clicab A Co., 1 1 Warren atreet. New l'ork-
Why the South n Solid.
New York Herald.
Tlie truth is the republican psrty does
not deserve to carry any southern state
unless it be North Carolina, where the
parties are very equally niatcled, and
where the republicans are as resriectablp
una as certain to give tne state a good
government as tne democrats. They
might have carried a number of the
other states if they had paid only a little
attention to good government; down
there; if it had not been so long the
policy at Washington to encourige and
support with the federal patronise a set
of graceless and unscrupulous ;polivical
gamblers ami an venturers, to thi exclu
sion of honorable and honest men. who
might easily have been brought into the
republican party by the us of a little
wisdom ano good management That
the south is to-day a unit, or verynt-arlv
so, for the democratic party i.s tie fault
of republican managment at Washing
ton. Every man, no matter whether he
is republican or democratic, who desires
to see the southern states honestly ruled
must wish that they shall be carried this
fall by the democrats.
last eijrht vears. Thev ha VA siif Kazan
paid ; nor will they bo paid, could they
u paia, n a generation ot "so iu, smiti-."
.- - ' . v, uuuiju-
snou ia vote lor them, without the con
sent of the senate, the president and tho
court of claims! We trust that this
assurance will bring one night's rest at
icasi to tne troubled mind of the Onm
mercial man. It is distressing to have
i"j iiiucn moral sentiment wasted, as it
were. r,ut, as a matter of speculation
suppose tne C aims wero TvaiH I TU.
. . ... . i -lie
steal would be about $50,000,000. That
isn't a fly's win 2; compared with the
inens o: tne credit rr.obilier fellows : the
acme man ienows: the district-.
fellows: the customs rinc the whialr
eivi oil .C I 1 .1 . . 1 -
"6 "i suirai uy me election ot
Hayes are indorsed and enconrawrl t.
. : . vi o
ctiiikiuue ia roooery
A Colored Field Hand's Brave Words.
Columbia (S. C.) Register.
At a democratic meeting at Batesburg,
S. C, on the fifth instant., there was sev
eral colored speakers, among them one
torn Watson, a hard-working faeld-hand
le made a brave speech, and so formu
fated the situation in regard to the
colored people of the south that an ex
tract is well worth printing. lie said :
The radicals have been ruling this rov-
ernment for ten years, and their motto
nas been lie, cheat and steal," and to
day there is no monev in the countrv
My colored friends, we have to labor haid
every day to get bread for our little chil
dren ; we have to go barefooted and in
our shirt sieves. I went to Edgefield the
other day and went int Lawrence Cain's
(a leading radical) palace, and I saw a
carriage for his baby that would cost
$100 in yew York, and he had a white
girl to roll it. When his wife walked
across the floor she was dressed so fine
you could hear her "rattling" a hun
dred yards. I tell you, my colored
friends, the radical party is rotten. They
have been running thirteen states ;
twelve of them have rotted down, and
the sills nnder the thirteenth (Soulh
Carolina) are rotted, and will fall on the
seventh of November. There is no such
thing as party now ; it is honesty but-
ushered into the market and retired.
while this old remedy has held on its
way, increasing in popularity with each
succeeding year. Merchant's Gargling
Oil is known familiary the whole lemrth
and breadth of the laud, and the name of
the Secretary, Mr. John Hodce. of
Lockport, has a fame as wide aa the
medicine he dispenses. We have no dat
as to the number of bottles sent out from
the manufactory last year but the quan
tity must have been enormous. The
company -distribute two millions of
almanacs and domestic receipt books an
nually, and when it is remembered that
these are given away, some idea of the
extent of the advertising enterprise may
in lormeu. a rueaicine mat will stand
the test 01 forty years, as the Merchant'i
Gargling Oil has done, needs no soecin
endorsement at this late day. Bvffalo
Cost of the Indiax War. Bishop
WV.;e.Tl ;il,,a(eof.4 t, vrv. f U - T
. Ati 1 ' l'.' uiuauana LUC uioii VI 1 Lilt- All-
dian war by a remark that if ten soldiers
were placed in a line with an Indian at
one end, and the American people could
be brought to understand that in order
to secure the scalp of that one Indian it
would require the sacrifice of the ten
soldiers and an expenditure of $500,000
in money, they might be led to inquire
whether tne scalp was really worth the
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