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GLOBE KJflfrOfflJO. TUESDAY TNIKG, JULY 21 1880.
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DAILY AND WEEKLY.
KINNEY, NICHOLS & CO.,
UOBE-HCPUULIC BUILDING, WEST HIUH tT.
Cor. Walnut Alley.
Dally ecftlon, per year,
Oilly edition, per weel.
MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEtTi
Issued Every Thursday Morning,
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MNNEY NICHOLS 1 CO,
NOTICI'. TO I.ATi:ilM AIJVKKTISEllS.
Mr. II ('. Bmtdxr, 23 Park Row, New York, Is
the Uuiaa-Kgr-UHLit's special representative, to
whom all hastem advertising buslneea, mttit IK
li'EiiUAY HVKXIXCI, JULY 21.
iii:runi.ic.N statu tickkt.
JoSU'lI U. FoilAKkll,
01 Hamilton County,
ItoBKIlT I. KaN.NaUY,
Of Logan County.
-.tilirmne'Culirt Jlldca I
(llllllUIC W. McILVAIMC,
01 Tus(arav.aa County.
J 1)11 N 0. IlltOWl,
01 Jefferson County.
Attorney (letiernl t
Jauiii A. Kohi kh,
Of Summit County.
Ilmtril nr I'ubllc Wurkil
Wklls S. Jo ft.
Of 1'ike County.
Coiiitiliili I'leaa Juilgctl
JtWKl'Il W. O'Xball,
01 Warren County.
Stitto ht-iiatur :
Thomas J. Priuli,
Of Clarke Couuty.
DELEGATE ELECTIOH 1KB Ellluilin.
w lite 7.VyiuWMj qf VUtrk County, Ohio:
I OU are hereby notified that meetings will be
held in each of tho voting precincts of said
.lliiutliiy Keening, August 3, 188.,
at the usual plate of, voting, unless otherwise pro
vided, fur the selection of delegates to attend tho
(ountv Convention tube held on
Tuesilny, IO till A.M., August 4, 1883,
at the Wigwam, in theCltr of Hprinicfield, to noui
inate candidate for the following county offices:
. Ileprese ntatlve.
4. jDtifniary Director.
The t)eleKateg to said Convention shall be se
lected in thefollowiDg manner:
that oo the evening of August 3, 1KS5, tho 1.
publican elerturs of Clark couuty, Ouio, shall ai
neoible lu each voting precinct iu said couuty at
their u.ual voting places, or at such places as the
Central Committeeman of each precinct shall pro
vide, which pLce of meeting shall redesignated,
i it X1 other than the usual voting place, and no
te, given U) th voters of said precincts at least
in litys prior to the caucus uieetlug.
1 ho Central Committeeman, or lu his absence.
mi ue one designated by him, shall call the meet-
nt to order at 7 p. m lu the county precincts, and i
At p. to. in the city precincts, and they shall pro- !
ad to elect a Chairman, tiecrotary, and a person
j be blindfolded to draw the names trow the boa,
and a committee consisting of seven reliable lt
jiiibltcans. 'the officers above deslgnatej shall be elected In
such manner as the caucus may decide, eacept the
LOjnulttee ot seven, which shall te elected as fol
lows No nouilhatlous shall be made; each Ke
puii...aii toter at the caucus shall write the name
of one suitable rson on a billot and plac it In a
box or hat provided for that purpose, these ballots
shall be colleued and counted In the presence of
the meeting, and the seven receiving the highrat
nuinberof votti shsll tonsllltute said commune;
should there not t.e seven persons )ted for on the
first ballot, those receiving votes si all be declared
elected to said committee, aud a new ballot shall
be taien as before to elect the remaluder of said
committee, should any crgons receive a tie vote,
said tie shall bo determined by lot In such manner
as the caucus may decide.
Thosail committee of seven shall then Irnpar
partlally select from the Kepuhlican electors of
said precinct tho names of twice the number to
which said precinct Is entitled to delegates In said
County Convf ntlou, they shall then place the
names bo selected In a box, which shall be thor
oughly shaken, the names shall tbeu be drawn
one at a time by a person blindfolded and chosen
for the purKe. The first half of the names
draan out shall be the Delegates and the other
half In the order or their drawing shall be the
.Alteruatea to said County Convention.
1 he basis of representation at said Convention
shall be one lelegate to ererj 25 vctes east for
James O, Hlalne for President at the November,
Itov'i election, aud one Delegate for every fraction
of U'or more.
' All ltetublltana who voted for aald James G,
lllaine for such office at said election, unless pre
vinted by unavoidable absence, sickness, or mi
nority, and who will support the nominees of said
Convention, shall be eutitled to vote and particl
pate In said meetings.
The various precincts shall be entitled to the
following number of Delegalei:
iJoutielavllIe .. -.............. 5
Medaar .... a
New arlisle......... .. q
laiwreucevtlle . ....Ui."."i 4
Tremont ., i
(Jreene towushlp .......n
Madison . w, 7
Mad lttver,. o.
Mooretleld w g
Pleasant . , js
Wprlnglield .. Ill
Urtt ward ju
Hecond .....,.., M 17
Thlrd-l'recluft A jj
l'leclutt It .., u
rillh-I'reciiict A . yj
l'rrclncl Il . M...M 5
tlalh Precinct A , ..., w II
Precluct H .'-Jill
Seventh I'rec'loct A 4
l'mluct 11 .... -.......... I
tlghth-PrtHluct A. ,.. .,.. u
1'reelnct !!...... .... 6
Also, each precinct mealing shall return the
name ol suitable persou for Central Comiultt
nanof salt precinct for the ensuing year,
tlr order of Centra! Committee.
JUUN W, PAK80NB, Chairman.
Ju. 1', Cioointm, recratary.
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ing out of the rlatm- mid llooJ.
When the Pall Mull (Innt'i-s reporters
gi-t through willi l.onJim several jobs iito
awaiting tliem in Amerlm.
The new "Moon," Ht-llurook, .heils n
bright, wholesome railianco on our tabli
It is a neat, liuiiilsntnc paper.
If the Mahdi is renllj ilrail pcrhnps it
would be safe for l.onl WoKeley to K(
buck to I'ifypt mul "stny there."
The Dftjton Dvinocrnl say "Mormon
ism in preparing to have its neck broken."
Let 'or brenk. The sooner the better.
Johnny McLean has it profound niltnirn
tion for the heroic Grant never more he
roic than now. Let us pul this down to
America will not weep il llret Harte is
bounced, if his place is supplied by ft man
who will stay in Glasgow and nttend to tho
duties of his office.
Republicans in Franklin county talk
rtbout sending A. T. WikofTto the Legis
lature, lie would pruciit quite a con
trast to the Hon. Allen 0. Myers.
Lord Wolseley, who conld see no mili
tary genius in "Mr. Grunt," finds a great
many people in Loudon, since he arrived
in that city, who cannot discover genius
of any kind in him.
A dozen ditlerent "portraits" ol Hose
Klizabeth Cleveland appear in the news
papers, and no one is like the others. Yet
all represent her as nice looking, as the;
ouithtto, for she is u nice girl. We like her
even belter than we do her brother G rover.
Not all of the Democratic pnpers slob
ber over on the Prohibitionists. Here is a
paragraph from the New York World
Dr. Leonard, the Prohibition candidate for
(Jovirnor ot Ohio, tells nn Interviewer that
his party will probably carry the titate in
October that is, il the J2J.O0O men who
voted for a Prohibition amendment to the
Constitution two jeers niro rote the Prohibi
tion ticket this ytnr. The hallucination of
these candidates is really nnnnillir. The talk
of Leonard reminds us of the (unions Uutler
campaign of last year.
Tlm Evening Telegram, Cincinnati,
speaks the truth, us follow., about General
One ot the best iliuatrations ot their jour
naliaticpbobia or libelmania, is found in the
case ol ex-Speaker Keiltr, of this State. A
plain, honest, rugged, outspoken man. While
Speaker he gave otlenae to a prominent cor
respondent, and soon the whole pack barked
in unison. The Democratic press joined in,
and for a time no man in the Puited Slates
was so thoroughly abused as Speaker Keiler,
and no 'man deserted it less Forlunately
there were, and are three things In Keifer's
favor rugged honesty, Rood health, and a
profession which will always yield him a
competency and keep him before the public.
The Mugwumps who voted for Cleve
land are getting paid otT for their treuch-
ery. This is what John G. Doren's Dayton
Democrat says of them
The Mugwumps are "just loo nice for any
thing." Tbey should go back to the old lie
publican whited sepulchre, and rot and stink
wlta the rest of the political Pharisees.
The Mugwumps should come back to ua
but they should not bring the new quali
ties they took on while sleeping with the
Democrats, back with them. They should
give their persons a good, thorough scrub-
There is a Hev. Mr. Leonard, of Cin
cinnati, who shouts that he is not the
other Laonard. The Dayton Journal re
ports him, ns follows.
Itev. Mr. Leonard, Presbyterian pastor at
Ml. Auburn, Cincinnati, protests that he is
not the Dr. Leonard now much talked about.
Leonard, ot Cincinnati, regards the Leonard,
of Springfield, as "a vague risiouary a
crank." Leonard, of Cincinnati, declares
that "a vote for Prohibition Is a vote for
Democracy," and seems annoyed because be
is "mixed up witb the other Leonard.
We shall be Inclined to ask the Cincin
nati Leonard to come up here and make a
speech in our Wigwam by woy of showing
a contrast between the two.
The New York Tribune suys that Lord
Hampden, who recently presided at the
annual dinner of the London Cab drivers'
Jlenevolent Association, in a pleasant
after-dinner speech commended to the
"Cnbbies" Jthe following lines, whieh he
said he had hungup in his own stables,
l p hill whip me not.
lown hill hurry me not.
On level road .pare me not.
Uxjse la slsbie forget me not
Of hay and corn rob me not.
Of clean water stint me not.
With sponge and brush neglect me not.
Of soft dry bod deprive me not.
Tired or hot leave me not.
Mick or cold-c bill me not.
With bit and reins oh. Jerk me not.
When vou sre angry strike me not.
The chaps at our street car and livery
stables would do well to cut this out and
paste it up where they enn vce it at all
The following paragiaph, which ap
peared, editorially, in tho Western Chris
tlan Advocate, several years since,
and which has been reproduced in
the Sidney Journal, was true at
the time it was printed, und it (as the
Journal remarks) is quite as true and
forcible now. It is respectfully submitted
to our distinguished Methodist cituen,
Rev. Dr. Adna 1). Leonard:
Ministers of the Gospel thou'd be men of
one work, of one spirit, and of lives conse
crated to the work of winning souls toChriit.
Many thlniis may Ut lawful to Ibeni as to the
apostles ot old, wliich are not expedient. If
preachers would promote the peace ot the
church, aud maintain a character to which
all the people shall look up wilb eooli
dence and respect, tbey should not go down
to dabble iu puliucf. When tbey enler inlo
the canvass as special pleaders Yvlih tongue
or pen for the election ol one ol the contend,
ing parlies, they do that which will throw
obstacles In Ibe way of a higher and more
Important work. The men whom ihe min
isters leek to lave are In all the political par
ties, and the preacher wbo would win tbelr
eotjli cannnt afford unneceiiarlly to excite
agalnit hlan their prejudices. Fur this high
and Important reason we think ui!uls;eri of
iii urn iui ii imimiiii iMiMniiiiiniiiiiiiwiiii miii iiiiiiipiimiiiM imiimiiiiiiii iiiiiii iii i im i n
the gospel thou'd keep themselves above the
Hilitlcal arena, that their clerical robes may
not be toiled, and may smell f the sanctities
and lucense ot the altar. Il, as preachers,
our alms are political, let ua withdraw Irom
the ministry and go Into politics, lint let us
nut through ambition stab Christ to tie
heart and drag Him wounded Into the arena
of (olllieal Utile. If our nlms are to Serve
(lod and the church lu anatiliitiir souls as
b'ands from everlasting burnings, let us, aj
ii'inliterr, keeponmltes at this work, and
not go down to rulu our influence with poll
liciaui. A MuriionisT nocTolt uv Divixirv
ON I'AUTtSAN I'llOlltlllTllt.NlSTs.
The Kev. Dr. It. M. Hatfield, D. D , of
Kwitiston, Illinois, is one ol the leading
ministers in the Methodist Kpiscopnl
Church, and he is a veteran total nbsli
nance man, and temperance reform worker.
In nti article contributed to the Advance,
Chicngo, the Doctor discusses the ques
tion InvoUedtn licensing the traffic and as
serts that "people who regard high liccn&c
or local option as a finality deceive them
selves and do not understand the consci
entious purposes ol tho workers in tho
temperance cause." Hut the Doctor as
serts, also, and proves, that license legis
lation, from as far back as lGJl, in I'ast
Hampton, New York, up to the present
day, has not been used or designed to en
courage the liquor trnllic or "make it re
spectable," but to put it under law and
"hamper it by restrictions." "It is not by
license or taxation," continues the Doctor,
'that any business is promoted." lly way
of illustrating ho say.s: "When n legisla
ture imposes n tax on dogs, or requires
the owner to pay" (take out) 'a license for
keeping them, it is done for tho
protection ol sheep, not to encourage
tho rearing of dogs." The Doctor then
proceeds to show that "license laws are
prohibitory, and that prohibitory laws li
cense the sale of intoxicants in certain
circumstances." Hut the most elfective
portion of the Doctor's article is the clos
ing paragraph, which is written to show
that "It is important that we make n wise
use of the laws we have for the suppression
of intemperance until we can replace them
by better ones." We call the attention of
nil to this must forcible and startling
statement cf the results of the work of the
Partisan Prohibitionists, so far as they are
likely to have any result at all.
Just at tbl9 point. It seems to me, some of
our friends act with singular unwisdom. In
their zeal to secure the abstract and ideal,
tbeyIoe sight of the practical. They will
have prohibition or nothing. Local option
laws, and laws forbidding the sile of liquor
to minors, and on the Sabbitb, do not inter
est them. Tbey render little or no assist
ance to those who are enforcing
our present laws to save the chil
dren and youtn from Incoming drunkards.
Some ol them go so far as to de
mand tho repeal of all licence lawB, and the
removal of the tax on the manufacture of
wbiaky. If these wild schemes could be car
ried into oratlon it requires no prophetic
vision to anticipate some ot the results.
Whisky would be to cheap that a toper could
drink himself Into a state of more tban
beastly drnukennesa for two or three cents.
Orog (bops would be ten times as numerous
as tbey are now are. Towns and counties
would lose the protection now secured tbcm
by local option. The land would lie iloluirid
by drunkenness and debauchery to nn extent
of which we can hardly lorm a conception.
Decent men would lie driven to combine lor a
system of license and regulation, and we
should probably hear little more of prohibi
tion for a generation to come. He that is
wite will consider these things.
A Card Ir.nn Mr. Oliver h. Kelly.
To the Editor of the Globe-Republic.
I notice that your reporter has been Inter
viewing a number of our citizens with refer
ence to the locat on of the proposed new
government budding, the substance of which
was published in the Scndav Globe. Among
those interviewed was our honorable citizen,
J.Warren Keiler, in which be sajsthat it
would probably cost $50,000 to put the
foundation under the buddiog if built on
Market Square. Now as this statement is
calculated to mislead those not fully posted
in putting in foundations in the above lo
cality, I desire to fay a word- I have
probably built at many foundations for
heavy buildings in the vicinity above named
as any one lu the city and claim to know
something about It. From five to six feet
below the top of Ihe street at either the
southwest corner of Market and Hib or the
southeast corner ot Center and High you
reach a solid body of clay and gravel, which
as experience Das shown, makes a firm foun
dation, equally good as cau tie fojnd on
the old jail lot, and as I understand the
Government always constructs their buildings
with basi-tnntsof giod depth under lb-entire
building, and would be compelled to ex
carale this five or six feet, no matter where
the bulldingil ,ll', I would ask wlieredr.es Ibe
adlltional cos, come in II lullt on or near
Market Space, initead of on the old jail lot?
I make the assertion that all the tllllVrenco
that could be, would be in Ibe v. ry small ad
ditional expense of hauling tbe stone up hill
to tbe jail lot.
Personally I have no interest in the loca
tion o'her lhau any oth-r citizen and tux
payer, but am interested in locating wbeie il
will Le most central to the citizens, and think
it would Ik-a mistake to erect this building
on the old jail lot, away Irom the center ol
business and population. Any where be.
tween Llmeitone and Outer, on High or
Main, would suit the great mass of the peo
ple, I would lay the southeast corner ot Cen
ter and High, as the land can lie procured
there at less cost than some other.
Vours, 0. S. Kiui,
Gen Keifer meant to include the basinent
The Mansfield Daily News makes the
"amende honorable" to Dr. I.eonurd, us
Tbe Sjringfirld fiLout-HeiaULic rises to
remark tnat our portrait ol Dr Leocarl, like
tbe one In the Cincinnati Kuqulrrr, made the
dlitlnguished cold water advocate look like a
pirate. We are willing toadmit that the por
trait was not up to our standard, but beg to
inform the Gtoug-Itii'DiiLic that we bad no
Intention ot doing the Doctor an Injustice.
It was a tyiwgrttphicul error, "so to speak,"
Mr. Halslead is iu New York. This is
why tbe Cincinnati Commercial Gniette
d es not sound Ihe hewgag against ice
water! It ought to be sounded all tint
same. Hewure of ice witter and of iced
A sick watermelon is more than a match
for a well man. It knocks him out the
first round. Hut a healthy watermelon
will, not uulrcquentiy, restore u sick man.
TKl-T l)A is AS l'ltlSONIllt.
"Tliero mo soino miwi Itlt'ti Itici
i!rnU in thr iiMiirV of .iPhVmiii l).vn
Hint I think would IfitenM jimf veail
uts," s.iiil M.ij. .1 oh il S .Mnvuiisein to it
sviioiUm' of thu Ni'W Ynlk Wurlil tho
other tiny. Tim m ijnr whs cult In llto
lulu wnr'wlth tho 1 li ire) IVniisylvatil t
nrtilluiy, which jjarrUoni'il 1 urtross
Muiiroo ulilli' tho prcMilmit (if tho
MHIlhelli eionfedurjry was cutllllie'il
"Tliero iiro many Incidents r-oliiii't'lnl
with D.niV linpilMiiiiuunt that 1 thlnk
hnio nuvur appeared In print, and if
y utl will tnkei notes for n whilu 1 will
glvo them to you," einillniieil tho mil
jor. niul ho related the following'.
"About tlm middle of May, 18M,
considerable excitement was occ.lslonetl
at tlio fortress by tlm receipt of orders
from the war iliipartment that tlm pott
.should prep.tro tho casements for the
reception of prisoners of war. 'Thu
order was promptly carried out, and
nn May 1!) the stoamcr William P.
C'hilu steamed up Hampton roads,
having; on board Joflerson Davis and
Clement C. Clay. She raino to anchor
oil' the fortress, und I was ono of tho
lirst ollioors of the Riirrlsdn to visit tho
distinguished prisoners. It was neces
sary to issue very strict ordors for the
povoriitnont of the soldiers. Many of
them had sulVured the horrors of south
ern prisons, and the news of President
Lincoln's nssasslualloii w.ts friis.li in
their minds. The name of Davis was
closely associated in their minds Willi
alt tint Milloriiis and privations of tho
loii campaign, and the clinics rind In
dlLjtiltlcM agiiliist tho government. On
ly no opportunity was Licking to luad
to the killing of the confederate ox
president. Any one of tint men would
tiavo shot him down At sight, even had
ho known ho would swinj' for il the
"D wis was accompanied by his wife
and children and Mrs. Cl.iy with her
husband. Mrs. Cluy was extremely
sollcillous for her husband's comfort
nod requested the ollieer.s to treat him
kindly. Ho, too, w.is pleasant and
com toons In his manner. Mr. Davis
was morose and cold iu his dome tuor.
Ho was suflering from neuralgia,
which had deprived lilm partially of
ins eve sight, and was besides half
crav.y "from dyspepsia.
Thu prisonors wero permitted to
stay on shipboard for three days with
tlielr f imilies, but ou May '.'' C'liailes
Dana, assistant secretary of war, niudn
preparations! to bring them ashore. A
strong lino of sentries was stationed
about the fortress, but at points w heiico
it was Impossible to ice Davis when he
lauded. Col. Pritchard went aboard
und led Davis out, after permitting
him to take leave of his wife. Imme
diately on lauding (Sen. Milos look
charge of the prisoner and led him in
to thu fortress by way of tho water
battery postern, Pritehnrd's guard
forming an Impenetrable lino upon
cither side. At the entrance, of the
forliess thu inner guanl c-eoited him
to a cull fitted up for him iu thu gun
room. ' Klra pie 'autioiis were taken to
make this cell secure from possiulu
raids by lolluf pirtiei. The einbtasiiio
was heavily haired, ami an army
bluukut hung inside to keep out Hie
light. Davis bed a hospital cot
was placed beneath tho embrasure. The
door opening into the gun-room was
also heavily barred. A sentinel was
locked iu thu cell with thu prisoner,
while Jtist outside the door nn ollleer
of the guard was stationed to watch
the sentinel. Hi front of the grated
embrasure was Mnlioned un eua
guaid of tlinty armed sentries.
"Strict orders weru Issued legiirilin
the treatment of Davis. He was al
lowed no leading matter eeept the
Bible und prayer-lio k. His food, a
regular army ration, consisted of lollin
without milk fur breakfast, with a lump
of biead, salt beef, bte.nl and cofl'eo for
dinner, and eoll'oo md hard-Lick for
supper. Ho was allowed no knife or
folk, lust he should attempt suicide.
As ho was ill with dyspepsia and hud
(or a long time been aulo to eat noth
ing but the daintiest food this rough
food was nausetlinu'. He didn't at
tempt to eat, and went without food
for several day". Ho was getting a
piaetie.il inkling of how union soldiers
siihVrod in the southern prisons al
though the food ollerod him was sump
tnoiis cornpaied with that given to the
"About ibis time an Incident ocenr
led llliistralln"; his bitterness toward
tho mirth. He wis so ill that Dr. H.iu
croft was sent lo piccribu for him,
"Where .no you fium?' hu iiskcd
" 'Massachusetts,' was the reply.
" 'I'd sooner die tli-in permit you to
touch niu or liavo iinyihing to do with
me; is there no other doctor hero?'
" 'There' is Di. Ci'ivun, of New Jur
" -New Jcri'v ! Well, that's an im
provement on Yankoedoui; send him to
"So Dr. Ciaven attended tint nrch
reucd and found him really ill.
" The monotonous tramp, tramp of
the sentinel, pacing up nnd down his
cell, innoyeil Divis. He lirst glared
at lnm uugnl.v and then requested him
to -stop walking. The Mintry bad or
ders not to spe ik to thu prisoner, so ho
said nothing but continued his meas
ured trend. AtlastDivis became ex
asperated, and, rnahiug upon the sol
dier, attempted io wrest l.ic musket
"This conduct was promptly report
ed, and soon an order e.iiuu Horn Wash
ington dincting that Davis be put In
nous. Tho order was executed at
once. IiluoUiiiitlis oaiuo to thu cell,
und instead ot using tiiu common style
of e Lisp shackles, tho old-fashioned
ch un and bio.id bracelet were hi ought,
and the smiths proceeded to fasten
them on with rivets.
" liy whosu order Is this outrage
perpetrated?' asked Davis, trembling
with rago, hit, gaunt face livid with
pas-ion, 1 piotest; I will not submit
to this indignity,' and Davis caught a
hummer fiorn ono of tho men and
would have .smashed tho blacksmith's
skull if a soldier hud not caught his
"('apt. Titlow, who had charge of
the ironing, said; 'Mr. Davis, I am u
soldier, noting under orders from inv
ii urior ollicur. You, too, aru u .sol
dier, and know as well us I that tho
order will bo can led out, whether you
submit quietly or leslst.'
" 'Does President Johnson know of
this?' gioaued Mr. Davis, us hu ut
down upim his cot and puimltlod thu
smiths to rivet tho shackles. It was
generally understood that Secretary
Dunn was Instrumental in bocuring thu
Issuance of thu order.
"Tho restraint of tho iron proved
very galling to Dav Is. His humiliation
wus complete. Hut a few weeks before
ho was the head of the confederate
government aud coiumaiidor-lii-chlef
of nil tho southern urmles. Now ho
was chained to a hospital cot in it 'Yan
kee' prison, uuublo to remove Ids
clothing or oven lie down In coiufoit.
"For fivo days and nights Davis woro
tlm lions, but thu surgeon saw that he
was dialing himself to death. It would
be poor ponev lor mo illustrious prist
oticl Iodic in' iui pieiiceof tiuitliurii
llealliieiit. heme the slmcklo welo re
moved. On I he .Mb of lobei. about live
mouths iificf Ids annul nt l'otttess
.Momoe, Davis was removed loCauoll
hall, wheieeomfoilalilo quarters weto
"Iven him and lie was peimitled to
read books Dining Ins close cuiiline
ineiil, with no one lo converse with, ho
relieved the lediuin by studying tho
Itllde, the onl) book or leading matter
save the piaver-hook allowed la mi. till
he waproball the best-informed man
on senptuial lo les in the whole south,
lie admitted that his impiisonnient had
made him a be iter Christian. 'I ho pity
Is ll didn't como bi Idle instead of lifter
"I'roni Cirrull Imll Davis was re
moved lo II ( hnioiid, nnd ihiii after
was baned on' of pnson m Ihe stun ot
frlOO.UUi. Hot ice (iiveo ) ln'ill r olio of
his bondsmen '
.V lloj's Coiif slim i I iei XIII.
A fiieiul of mine Intel hud a pilvato
vnliciico of tlie hnlv fathei, writes b
Home correspondent ol the .Sin I'raiy
ei-oo Liuoiuc c. lie took his son with
him -a most intelligent, original little
fellow of d jo irs of age. Leo XIII. Is
Very fond of I'luldien. lie r u nerv
ous, cold, lesiuvcd m iu to grown-up
pel ou, but delightfully ace -sslblu and
kind lo l.ltle folk. Ci Hide, luv friend's
son, was soon moti'iled upon the holy
father's knee, perfi elly at one, with
nil that divine uiieoiiseiiitisiie.s of chil
dren; inoicovet, he is a'-eii-touicd to
cleiic.ils. Ills best pl.ty-feilows out of
Ihe nursery .no a eei t.un leained ills
tiu.Mlished Tlmmi-l Dominican ami a
sehol.iiiy lieueilictiiie father. So
Claude plated with the pope's cross,
ami iitleueil, liail-coinpieiieuilipgiy, io
tin convois.ilion on the dilllculties and
lespoti-ibllilles of patents, and the pre
disposition to good ot evil of children.
The pope limned teudetly down on
dear little Clatido and .s.ud, "1 hope
on are always a good boy." Claude
lllislicd a hut led up to his very blonde
temples, but answered, bold as .1 little
lion. 'Oh no! 1 bit M.uio yesterday."
"Wii.u!" cried the pope. "Hit
"M u ie, my sister," s,aid Claude.
"Sue' cilled me a ll tlio pig and I bit
tier hard on the aim."
'Ih.ilw.is too much fur tlio pope's
self-coiitiolj he burst Into a hearty peal
of liughlei, then said; "It was not
til.... In siilll kltnl til I. ill till! tl 11 til 14.
...v.. ... j... ........ .- ...... j .
to Do sure, but uii ought not to have
bitten her, vou know.
"Of cuiiiau not! ' exclaimed Cl.iu lc,
with delightful agreement, "lor you
a' e I am neither a pig nor a dog."
Again his holiness went oil' into an
other good laugh. Tho liov's naive
courage and tiaukiiess wero dulicmus,
und the popu bad thu true beait lo en
MnJ'ii' Iteiio unci N1I1I1114 Hull.
Major Heno, who was left iu com
mand of Custer's lesi ive 111 the great
massacre when thai ollleer lost his life,
is in Washington at pieeut, and has
taken advantage of t'.e pi 01 ucu of Sit
ting Hull iu the eitv to Intel view the
great Siotiv 1 luef. M.ijor Heno h is al
ways desiteil to oiit un from Sitting
Hull the number of waniois engaged
iu thu Custer m.issacio. He Inni-elf,
LU his ollii iai lepott, estimated tho
number at :!,0i) '. He also wished lo
talk over the in.u:iciu geiieiully, and
hear what Sitting Hull hail to sj.iv. Tho
Indians have no means of counting ex
cept by cotnpaiison, and therefoio Sit
ting Hull could not state definitely tho
number of vv amors engaged iu tho
He, however, with tho aid of his lin
gers, called lo mind time weio seven
tribes aud pal t ol another assembled
on the hanks of tin Lutle Big Horn for
three days Indole Custer met his fate,
engaged in the sun dance, tho greatest
dance known to the Indian lace. Ho
said tho bands occupied over 700
tepees, and from this his interpreter
inferred that them wore from 5,000 to
b',000 Indians attending tho dance.
Tho combined forces of Heno and Cus
ter would have been 1 i-ily vanquished
by an enemy no htrougin numbers.
'1 ho chief does not wish lo talk much
about Custer. He fears tuo w Idle peo
ple would even now punish him if they
know to what extent ho was concerned
iu tho fight. 11 iiihiniton Vurnspoml
(.'ill Till' til'HS ill V !..
It is very much botiei to cut grass in
tho afternoon, says thu New Kngland
Timt.3, than in the iiiuining when wot
with dew. Cut it so lain in the after
noon that it will not have 1 1 lied ut all
crispy, aud tho dew of tho following
ulght will not Injure it in tlio least.
Wo have aimed td cut all thu gi.iss aft
ernoons, after Iho team has finished
hauling In tlio cuied hay. It is cool
then, and one may 11111 the machine
until well into Hie evening, if tho work
is duving, aud llie siillaen of the field
is smooth and free Horn (distinctions
tli.il would endanger Ihe machine. The
next morning, alter the dew is dried
off, set tho tedder gom ud keep it
busy until noon, lu ibe afternoon tho
hay will be drv enough to g() into tho
barn, and tliciu his bi on no 1 peiisu
in cocking aud op. ihiij; out Ihu eueks
again iu the iiuiinnig, as by tlio old
and still quite common way. U hen
gi-.tss is cut wilb a heavj di vv 011, it
takes the best 11:11 1 of tho lirst day to
got Ino dew di led oil, mid it becomes
necessary to hunch it up u night, or
leavo it in tho winrow lor unotherday's
drying, lly adopting toe met hod of
afternoon cutting, tuo i.sk fiom bad
weather Is leduced aluuit oue-li ilf, und
the labor mid co-t o( cm ug quilo ma
tciriitilv. Il iiiivui' injuii 3 glass to gut
wut after being cut it 11 inn not be
come much willed. '1 lie heavier tho
crop the gleater will bo the gain from
culling in tlio iiltenioou. liom two to
four hours of hot sunshine upon grass
fieo from dew, is amply stilllclent for
making it into tlm host 01 hay if it Is
kept slli red dining the timu with a
good tedder. If Iho ciop is very light,
tlio tedder may be dispensed with.
'1 lie Conlenslons of 11 HinoLer.
Yes, It Is a toriiblo bondage. It is a
shivery. Yes, I Inhale Iho smoke, and
then blow it out again. It Is vuiy silly,
Is it not? 1 do tiiu sjinit thing vv'illi illy
breath. Away with ibis usuloss bieath.
Some bieaths 1110 much pleas, inter fur,
fur away. Why do I Miioko ciguu?
llecaiisii I am the biggest, aud there,
fore thu cigar o.iunot help Itself. It Is
an economical h.ibltr tho smoke of tho
cigar keeps thu uiotiis out of my hair.
Then I use tobieco lo preioivo human
life, .''cieuci) tells me th il tlireo diops
of tho oil of tobacco placed upon tlio
longlie of .1 inltlusiial.il or 11 1 log will
kill either or both of thei In 11 minute.
I tremolo lo think how many times 1
Walked in tl u veij shadow of deiilh be
fore I bujr.iii lo cariv n ping of tobacco
iiround vvith niu. Now when I meet a
mad dog, I 11111 hooiuo. He may Id to
Hie, but I will kill him. Tho cannibal
Who eats me will die till that night that
he got hold of the vvioiig piescrliitlou.
-tiu'j UtiiilUU. l
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shapes in Light Stiff Hats.
SUBMIT -TODERWE AR-''
Mmle lu Onler.
THIS WHISKEY SEOULS" B2 rOtflTD CH Till! SIEEEOAI.I) CF EVERY FAMILY
tT IS ABSOLUTELY PURE. ENTII1ELY FREE FROM FUSEL OIL.
DO NOT III: lux!:!'!:!). - Many IinifTrilsU niiil Orei'rs who tin net have limry'a I'nro
Malt Wlilnlirjr In tlock, attempt IokvIiii o!T nnciwlcuners vtblskeyof tlieirownbiitllturf, which
tjclncof n'n Inferior Krado and adulterated, pass Hum a lar-Rer profit
ASK FORDUPPrS PURE BTALT WHISKEY, AND TAKE NO OTHER
SOLD BY ALL FIRST-CLASS DRUCCISTS AND GROCERS.
Si'n.luaj-oiirail.lrrssari.lwowllliiiallliookcciiiLsliilit'viiliiatleliiforiiintlm .Sn-i.i,r,)ii,ir( Indira
wnt lo any od.lresa In tree Unllesl Ktatis3(Kjct nf the Hecky Mountain ,, sivun ly jmrArcf In i.tnln
, 7.irfjjrirne fireixricionneclitof 01,30, orfclr llottlt a wut for A3 --
DUFFY MALT WHISKEY CO., Ballimoie, Md., II. S. A
A QUESTION ABOUT
Th qflfrtlon hM probWj bmn ajfcud timnunil
( f Urn. ' U can Brown'f Iron Bitten cur e?tsry
hlnf" Wi.ll, tt dHmt BatttdoMcrumBnidlituiM
tr which repuUbt pbrtdctam would prescribe I mi
l'hTBicUna rvongnits lnm m Um bmit nwtorth
fatfTit known to km profwMoa, and inanlrr of muj
lsdinehmlcail firm will fjabftsUitiAt thnuiMirtk.
that thr adra mora prwpwmttom yf f nm than of any
other ubtta.nc nawa In medietee This thowtj e u
ctuaif bIj that Iron la fccknnwledfM Ui bag th nvmt
Important factor in mcwwfiil medical prvtic. It t
howBT'-r, a rwrnarkAtU fart. t tut prfrr U th diwoT.
Ij MtaflfaaTtorr Iron oumbhwtiim had ? been fouiul
headache, oe produce constipation ail ol Iter Irou
medlrlneado. IIHOWVM IKON BITTEK H
curra InriwjNtloa, llllktasnevn, Wrauaarn.
Iljupenela, .llalarln, C'hllla and Ferrr-,
Tired rrrMasT.Ornrral llebiniy,Patn I11 the
t'S-i? "'he., ailments Iron L, pnmcritied dmlr
5w- Kiii' S,hl ""Wh mlloln. It ai-l.
1 J. Jnma taken by m-n the flmt Brmptum of
tlrninr, the rilsmitlon Imprnvi-i, tlilw-l. sn sctlvn
IfLZ'ZZ?!?!1! ta ""a" nrwa rapid and marked
T r'tT.,1n."- " " liriahteni th. skin clrs
up. healthv Jilor cwimi lo Ihe cheekst nervnustieMs
cliMpuesrsi functional dersna-etnenta tieocane niu.
iai '. anil n a nanrlnn mother, stmndant sueteneme
imrttH.'t'rSM'1- """'' Rrrml,'. Iron
lllttenil.tli. (INf.T lnm medlcui. tht I. not u.
lurluus. 'Attrtluii.l Prryltl rfrnmmen t ft
1Ji (k-nulne hsa Trtde Mark and rnsmd ml Ihnr.
onwrspner TAKK NO OTII Kit.
HOLKRA Is raoidlv mm
ing wcbiwant ana win soon
appear in this country. In
order to prevent disastrous
effects from its ravages every
preventive should be em
ployed, and the system
should be in perfect condi
tion. At this season of the
year the system is in a weak
state and easily susceptible
to dangerous disease. Pain
in the back, weariness, las
situde, headache, dyspepsia,
indigestion, kidney and liver
complaints are but the result
of neglect. During the last
visitation of cholera to this
country no medicine was
found equal to Mishlcr's
Herb Bitters, both as a pre
ventive and cure, and it has
been equally successful in
all the diseases above men
tioned. It renews and in
vigorates the" blood, restor
ing to health and strength,
and thus shielding the
system Irom disease.
, ae oor dretl(a) Icy at lanLn Hian Dirma,
. uuum 11a
eeod a nosei
not keep tt do nut, tak. enrtlilna; elee tut
Oo. SX Oumnerr Mtns. PkUadnlvM.
i. can. 10 HI.RWS lima stlTTaaa
CANCER OF TONGUE !
A Case StiembUng That tt Central Grant
Hume ten years ago I had a scrofulous sore cm
niy right hand which ue tue great trouble, and
under the old-time treatment waa healed up, and
IsupiKi'id I was well. I found, however, ll hd
eiuly t-een driven Into the sysenn liy theaseuf
poimh and mercury, aud In March, 1HS, It hroke
out In my throat, aud concentrated In what some
of thedoctiiradenoiulusted cancer. I was plsced
under I rent in nit for this dlsrue. Hume six or
aeveu of Ihe best physicians ill the country had
meal different times under their t barge, among
tlicm three sjietlallsls In this line; but onealtcr
another would ertiauat tbelr skill and drop me,
fur 1 grew worae continually. The cancer had
eaten through tuy cheek, destroying Ihe palate
and under Up entirely and half my tongue, ea'lng
out lo the top of my feft cheek bone and up to Ihe
It-It eye. J-row a hearty-robust woman ol iai
Euuuds, I was reduced to a mere frame of skin aud
unee, aluiuat 'unable to turn myself In bed. I
pould not sat any solid food, but subsisted on
lluulds, and un Umgue waa so far gone I could not
il- I he angul.h jl ulnd and the horrible aul.
reriiigsol ldv which 1 experienced, ram never
Do revealed, (liven up by physicians to die, with
no hoie i, letovery ou the pail of friends who
aal around mv be-lslde, eip.cting every mouient
in be my last; In fact, my husband would place
hl baud upon me every now and then iosee
J.'it .',. .V.", ""' "' nil. and atone time all
decided Ihat life waa extinct, aud tuvdealh was
re-iHiried all over the couutry,
fciuli was my helnlesa aud wreuhed condition
the In. tol lt,t Ociotier (Itfili, when my filends
commenced giving me hwlit's Bclllc. In less
...... U..IIIH, tut, rating places stoiined and hea
.... ...-...., Bu i !.!.,,, 10ai nature la supply.
lug a new tonicua I nn in. u. it..i .... t.Lv.v
cau readily understand an, and cau eat solid f..l
1,'ito.?. i1 ? "ier and a marvel to all my
!fn.i..l,1,,I",,",, ?'.l"u u" known my in.
, .! 'IcWT' n,i h" ""t"! lu my altllc
lion, VV hlle I am not entirely well, yat my grail.
de Is none Ihe lass devout, and I aai confident
i.'!.i i ?''". ''' ' In sight. II any
doubt these fads, I would raler them to I'ou,
Johu 11. Traylor, hlate Hauator ol this district,
who Is tny neighbor, I)r.-. B. IlradOeld.of U
L .hi I!: "' or,"'nT other persons living In Ihe
Miulheru pail of Troupe couuty, (la.
I a'jracige. lis , May it, 85,
Nild by all drugaisla.
treatise on Hffn and lllood Diseases mailed
,.l'll,,"'1"i'l'h.lcjn. No. IM W. n 8L, N. Y.
JSSS i.,ftrA Vii!" elSoathlaTlTiiTiJinTa
i..i . t . 'aaiaariuiaiMinura In my
cheek has leen closed aud firmly knitted logelher.
.i.'i'Ji".'"'' """nderllple progrea.li g llnely,
and the tongue which was almost destroyed Is I o-
ll.l. l.l....ul nn.ll. .L. .
B 1-2 EAST
J'oslrltrft Jtrltcrid unit Xntur
(isvlafrif tinvaf urlucy rffiifttMrr
Dr. T. L. James, Dentist
Halite ol' Clilimuo.)
Dentistry in all of its Branches.
lclally of One Cllleara. realnrlnic parllal loss uf
teeth wlihoiit plstia, and rt.iurlnx In iisclullnea.
Bound routs and broken teeth by irmriilntc,
11(5 l.' WoM .Main Street.
Br i-rnl( .. Runan,
Illume In line l.iuKlaui'n Hullcllssa
cueir Jttirplty a Itro'a alitre.
irntfl e fit ci tlvn 'c 'te iiiitiMsi
IN Till: TIIEAIMKNT OK
Llvur und Kidney Complaints,
IHnlit'U'H, Uriivt'l Stone in tlio
KidiHiy.s nnd llladdor,
Isright'M Disease, etc.
KKKC1K) H V TIIK lIUKOVKkr OF
The following are scliunanf testhnonlala La
Inn dally received by the C ate till Itwulvent Manu
CuLL'Hiii'a, ft,, April
Calculi Resolvent M'I'k. Co., Cleveland, I).:
Hear Sirs One of our customers liae been truu
hled wltli Klniitiy Cciiuiiiitlnt, ,9I tried nearly
cverthinfr, and since lskln:l Unities r Cal
culi lleeolvent he claims to be fully relieved and
curoil. He dot. not want his name made public,
hut we cau say he has used nearly everything for
hlsioinnlaiiii, hut this time ho struck the rlBlit
...v...li.i.-( i.mi.t'i 11111IT,
I lui'soikoiu Hkos., Druggists.
I , ''LKVKLANn, (I , March 2J, 18S5.
, Calf ull ftevilvent M'lV. lo , Tl Water street:
ejeiitleine'i l'or years 1 hare at times been
I troubled fium torpid liver, aad also, more 01 lese,
(rum Kidney uOeitlun, Some time ago, when In
I Iho condition above mentioned, 1 procuied a bottlo
1 ol your Calculi Itewilvcul. At Ihe time my urine
was very rod, jnd Hie M'.ilinclit accumulated dur
ing the night had iuiiuik hat the appearance of
brick dust, llefore I had completed the bottle my
liver n fined to act I ae a new one, and the urine
e leafed up, the ollenslve II left It, slid now no
deiioslt Is fouud when It stands a few hours. I give
this alateineut unasked, end, II worth auylhlugln
calling the attention of those sliiilliarly acllcled,
you may use it aayou like. Yours truly,
Ji.kl A. XOUNU.
tSold lv -T. .T. Brown.
IMMUNITY FROM ANNOYANCE.
O 1 LUIP
1 WliTTfeml lat
Uladn only or the flurat and fetwt
llullly or ;laaa lur Willi-
Evory good thing in Countor
foitod, and conRumora aro CAU
TIONED against IMITATIONS
of thoso ChimnoyH mado of
VEny roou qlass. boo that
tho oxact labol is on onch chim
noy aa above Tho Poarl Top Is
ulways cloar and bright Olass.
Slaiiufaclurid IIVI.Y by
QEO. A. MACBETH A CO.
I'lll.l.ariili i.u.d (IIsm Work..
Vot' Hulsi li- 1iMiIorM.
RELIABLE SELF CURF
A fa vol ilc ( rc.i.ni ti'iii nf rn of the mo.i
noted ami tun -a.fiil rrnLi. .. ii.ir s.
(now rrtirrn for tlie cute ot .Nrrv.-ua llcblllly.
lauat MhiiIuhmI. Wriiknp.. anU Urcity. Sent
in Lun Kalett envcloj Frre, Uruggutt tun bU it
Addr DR. WARD & CO., Louisiana. Mo.
UfANTMi Ladiea and geutlemeu In city or
malli nocaiivasslng VVe f.ave giul dem"n
our work and biriil.h sieady . nipl, ymenl
U. I oe HI., Clutlunall, Ohio. "
,. - aa. ut rssii; iiiauv: Hori mui vy
mal I nocaiivasslng VVe have gil demaVd for
ill M I rl,fll
U PaL Oot 30tn, 1833. U