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(3LOBE EEPTJBLfo, SATURDAY BTfc&rNQ, AJJUUST 1 1885
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IU:i'UIU.ICA STATU TICKKT.
JoSFPII II. FllBAKKB,
Ot Hamilton County.
Iiubmit P. Kknnkdv,
Of Logan County.
tMipremti CourlMiielBe i
U lough W. JIcIlvaimc,
01 Tuscarawas County.
Joilv C. Dliow.v,
Of Jellerson County.
Jacob A. KoniAit,
Of Summit County.
Ituiinl I'ubllc Workal
Weim S. Jonss,
Of Pike County.
tjnmmini l'leaa Jlidg;el
Joseph W. O'Xiali,
Of Warren County.
Thomas J. Phisoik,
Of Clarke County.
DELEGATE ELECTION UNO CONVENTION.
lollnHtjnJjItnini qf Clurk Omiy, Onio:
i OD aro hereby notified that meetings will be
held In each of tbe voting pwincts of said
Momlny Ileeiiltitr, .ucust 3, J8B.,
at Uio usual place of voting, unless otherwise pro
Tided, for the selection of delegates U atteud the
Oounty Convention to le held on
Tuciti, lllillO A.M., August 4, 1885,
at the Wigwam, in the ritr of Springfield, to nom
nste candidates for the following county othces:
I, Pt K-eutlng Attorney.
4, Infirmary Director
6. S vvevor.
The IMig tes Ui said Convention shall be se
lected to the folloitt wanner:
lhat on the evening of Auirust 3, 188 the Be
puhlhait ele t rs ..( Cl-rk county, Ohio, shall s
seiuhlo In hm h voting preiiuct lu saldiountyat
thiru uai voth g pi 'Cs, or at such places as the
On ral otmuiu.einan of each prtvlnct shall pro
vhi hlhpl feot meellng shall be designated,
If it tie olhtr than the usual voting place, and no
tile give' to th voters of said preciBLts at leaat
ten duys prior to the caucus uitetlng.
The Central (oniiullteetnan, or in his absence,
some one designated ny hint, shall call the meet
inir tt order t , n m
n the county precincts, and .
ecinrta, and they shall pro- !
at a n to. in theciir i reel
red toele, tat hairman. een-tarv. and a person
to b bliudfolded to draw the names front the box,
and a committee consisting of aeven rlUble IU
pnhtlcans. Iho officers aWe desUnatel shall be elected in
sucb luannei a the caucus may decide, except the
contmiitee ot even, which shall I e elected aa fol
lows: No nominations shall be made; each lie
public, u voter at the caucus shall write the name
of one siiltaul person on a ballot and place it In a
box or hat piovtded for that purpose; tbs se ballots
shall he oolleited an J c,unld lu the preeeoce of
the meeting, and the seven receiving the highest
nuuiterof vot6 sh 11 (nn'ititute said committee;
should tbr i ot te snveu persons voted for on the
first Ital ot, those retiring votes shall be declared
elected to a-,1 1 committee, and a new ballot shall
be uLen as Itefore to elect the remainder of aald
cuuutitlee, should any persona receive a tie vote,
suld lie shall I determined hy lot in such manner
as the caucus mar decide.
Thosall couimittee of seven shall then luipar
partially select from the Hepubllcan electors of
said pretlnct th" rallies of twice the number to
w tilth said precinct Is entitled to delegatea in said
Couuty Couvetiltou, they shall then place the
names no selected It: a box, which shall be thor
oughly shaken: the names shall then be drawn
one at a Uui4 by a person blindfolded and chosen
for the purpose. Tho first hslf of the names
drawn out shall be the Delegates and the other
half in the order of their drawing shall be the
Alteruatcs to said County Convention.
The bssls of representation at said Convention
aha!! be one Delegate to every 25 vctea caat for
JatntsU Hlalno for President at the November,
1h3 eleitlnn. and one Delegate for every fraction
of 13aor more.
All Kepubllcans who voted for said Jaroea O.
Illalne for such othee at said election, unless pre
vented by unavoidable absence, sickness, or mi
nority, and whu will support the nominees of aald
Cuuveutiun, shall be eutltled to vote and partici
pate lu aald meetings.
The various precincts shall be entitled to the
following number of Delegates:
Honnelsville ..... 5
Medwar - M t
Newt arlisle. 10
Lawrenterllle ............ 4
Iremunt H 'i
Ore? ne township M m..,12
llanuony . HH H m..,18
Madison.. M ., n
Mad Hirer, 9
Mooretield . ,. S
like- . - 8
Pleaaaut w , It
1 ir-t ward. ...... .'..'.'.Z'. .""n.!.."lu
1 bird-Precinct A 19
Precinct I) ..... u
Fourth - .14
PUth Precinct A sj
Precinct B .... ...... 6
Sixlh-Preiinct A- H
Precinct H. .. .......16
Seventh Prrclntt A 4
l'ltclmt II ... u
Eightli'-Piecluit A u
Prw lull ii. ... ...,, .., 6
Ninth . .u
Also, estlstprrtloct meeting shall return tbe
tisnieul sultaide i-ertoo for Central Cuuisulttec
msu of eald precinct for the eusutng year.
iiy order ot Central touiutitiee.
JOHN W PARsuNB, Chairman.
Jas 1', Goouwm, e.creiaiy.
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with the view of obtaining thorough news
paper men in every department, who are
fully alive to the wants of Spring6eld in
the newspaper line.
Arrangements are now being perfected
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on and after September 1st, which will
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Press news, but specials from nil prom
inent news centers and a complete
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This will place the GboRE-U.Eruiii.ic in
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In the efforts to be made)as noted above,
Springfield people are cordially invited to
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Company promises on it's part neter to be
fonnd wanting in any matter looking to
the interest of the city.
Op Colovei, Kinma', who is known
throughout the country as a graceful and
Htrong -writer, a keen, racy and pungent
paragrapher, a courteous and cultured
gentleman, we are plessed to say that he
is recovering slowly from a long tg of
sickness and BafTeriog which he has en
dured bravely, and we hope before many
weeks have passed that Our columns will
be enriched to a greater or less extent by
productions from his pen.
Mr. C. M. Xichols, who for .ao many
years has been connected with the new
papers of SpriDgfield, will be an ediioria
writer of the Globi-Rkpcbuc. Tba pen
of Mr. Nichols has always been wielded in
the interest of progress as p.rlaina to the
gvuu, ui tuia uiiy nu ner uvopiPf anu nis
many friends will be glad to know uhat,
though a reteran and worthy of being re
tired, he still wears the armor.
How would it do for the Pall Mall peo
ple to interview Prince Battenberg us to
what he thinks of his new mother-in-law?
Tbe work of closing out "dives '' and
dance-houses has begun in New York, We
are to have a reformation in this ton n try
as well as in London perhaps I
Neal Dow has thrown off the mask en'
tirely. He proposes to do what he can to
help the Democrats. That is what Leon
ard is really doing but he doesn't say so.
A potato beetle, with some modern im
provements rendered necessary by the ex
igencies of the times, has made its ap
pearance in New York state and is mov
ing westward, leaving a track of fire be
The Newark, N. J.t News, which has re
cently come out in a new dress, calls, Con
cord's summer philosophers "cultured
cranks." We are not now fully prepared to
show that they are not.
If in anything a grateful people have
failed in their duty to Grant, it is a com
fort to know lhat we have Mrs. Grant still
with us. The country will always, we arc
sure, hold both Mrs. Grant and Mrs Gar
field in its grateful regard and remem
brance. It is stated on good authority that the
Congo free state Is no country for white
men. Only Africans cad live and flourish
in its territory, We may except the sala
mander, Henry M. Stanley, who. can litre
? Gcnetml Phil. Sheridan was born in
stailadt4hin, buttstuttud fortOhio soon
titer lesVjwns born.
It istropheaiedreilint Hendricks still or
ganize a Democratic anti-administration
party in tho senate next winter. Hen
dricks nnd his friends want Democrats in
rHbe'fWvjrel-nsyanoSwant them in
mighty quiek. They have been cold and
hnngry a long time.
Hon. Andrew D. White, the retiring
Prceident of Cornell University, in his
farewell address to the trustees, made a
critical estimate, of the qualifications of
the incoming, president, Charles Ktimlall
Adams," and paid an affectionate tribute
to his worth. Among other things, the
charge of plagiarism is fully met ad re
futed. This Boiemn announcement more or
less important appears in the democratic
organ at Indianapolis, the Sentinel:
Vice President Hendricks la at home In In
dianapolis, and Is enjoying the best of health
and the confidsnte and respect of the Amer
can people. He will not be a candid for
the. presidency In 1888. He may, nevtrth
Ihs, be urged to accept a nomination la cate
it Is as unanimously tendered bins as was his
nomlnaUoa for vice-president.
Goneral Hazen is now on the ocean,
well on toward Europe, and a man named
Jones is handling the weather for tho gov
ernment, and handling it satisfactorily, so
far. Hut if a storm should catch Ilazn
before he lands in Liverpool Jouls would
doubtless have to account for it. Ho would
do well to extend his jurisdiction a little
and supervise the Atlantic.
Concerning the proposnl of tho prohi
bitionists to have joint discussions iwith
the republicans, the Logan County Ga
Captain Busbaell declined the challenge,
and each parly will furnish Its own audiences
for the campaign. It would be a soft snap
for the prohibitionists to get republicans to
attend such discussions, and then heap their
abuse upon them, and talk about breaking up
the parly. No, no, gentlemen, that Is sot the
thing challenge the democrats and make
your converts from tbc party you have al
ways charged with being the whisky party.
Tbe whole aim of such a scheme is to assas
sinate the characters ot republican leaders.
John Peter St John wrote to a prohi
bition leader of Ohio in 1681, before be
had been defeated for governor of Kansas
by a democrat, as follows:
The prohibitionists of Ohio are hurting the
good cause ot temperance by affiliating with
the worst enemy temperance ever had tbe
They are doing the same thiag now.
John P St. John nnd you are egging them
one The "good cause of temperance" is
having a parrot-and-monkcy time of it,
between the prohibitionists and the demo
A. R. Bell, captain of company A, Eighth
regiment, 0. N. G , Bucyrui, refused to allow
tbe flag to be run up from the armory wben
the news came of General Grant's death. His
reasons were tbtt Grant was a republican and
a thief. Bell Is a candidate for postmaster, and
wants to stand solid with the administration.
Tbe flag was since displayed by order of the
adjutant-general. London, O. Times.
Bell makes matters worse by coming
out in a card in the Mansfield Xews nnd
declaring that he refused to lower the llag
in honor of Grant aa a politician, while he
admired him as a great soldier. Tbe fel
low adds insult to injury in bis card and
if the president ever sees it wc predict that
this democratic Bell -will wish he tied up
his tongue before he fired himself so fu
riously. His partisanship is as indecent
aa it is offensive and malicious.
Mr. Allen Tborodyke Rice, the propri
etor of the North American Heview, has a
fortune ol five millions. He is described
by tbe Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
as a young, man, not 35, it is said, with
olive complexion, dark-brown hair, largo
hazel eyes, a good straight noee and u
well-brushed, cloee-cut beard overhung by
along mustache. He dresses quietly, and,
while his clothes are all of the handsomest
material, he seems to have a fancy for n
top coat that is a little 'worn in the Beams,
so that his clothes will not have the ap
pearance of having just come from the
tailor. Mr.Rice is a very bnsy man, for
besides taking care of his money he looks
after the interests of tbe North American,
engages contributors, and when be is in
New York takes entire charge of the ed
itorial department upon his shoulders. Mr.
Rice is not only rendering good service to
the cause of general literature but to the
country at large.
CUKHM1IX JTMMB Of iXIEJtBMT.
Cholera Is spreading rapidly through all
quarters of Madrid.
It is reported tbat Mexico will soon place
a loan of 1100,000,000 In Kogland.
Archbishop Gibbons, of Baltimore, will
probably be made a cardinal in September,
Tbe church of Santa Anna, at Naples, built
in tbe sixteenth century, has been burned.
Memorial services in honor of General
Grant will be held In tbe city ot Meilco by
Four times the amount of the Kgyptiau
loan has been subscribed and the books have
been closed, Tbe loan is quoted at 2 J prem
ium. An Englishman named Baydell bat been
arrestrd at Vienna lor writing to Gladstone,
demanding 11,500 before tbe 8th of next
Girls who marry young have the longest
to rrpent. Girls who marry late in life have
the less time to enjoy Ibe resnlt of their t ru
den:e Elgin Every Saturday.
One of tbe most extravagant things a poor
man can do la to lis down In bis bed aud die.
Patti't season in London was not a success
lor ber managers, and she It reported to have
scored a distinct failure In "Carman." She
Is probably of the opinion now tbtt th;re are
no songs like tbe old songs.
It is shown by Major Ban Perley Poo.-e'a
descriptive catalogue of government publica
tions, lhat congress and the executive depart
ments hare printed ttxty thousand books or
pasophleU aince 1876.
iiH.si:.stioi: ham throw
TheUsislile Life t n Cnrilcaturlsl The
Wawp Too I'reslnna.
Grant'tdesth telieved the storage room of
The Judge, the comic paper, of a stock of
lithographs which had bteit itan lino; there
more than lour months. When what was
supposed to be the fatal criris in Grant's case
was reached, in March, and his death was al
most hourly expected, It booame necessary
for Tbe Judgo people to prepaie for the
emcrgeuay. It was decided that, In order to
lie ready upon a few hours' notice to do honor
to the hero who was then supposed tobedjlng,
aJcArloon should be prepared in advaucc and
held until nfUr the death. As is done in
alt of the more Important oportunltles
that present themselves, the two leading
artists oa tbe paper, Heard and Hamilton
matched coppers to decide which should make
the cartoon. Heard won, and prepared the
cartoon. It was printed upon a sulllcicnt
number of sheets to supply an edition, and
stored away to await publication. Hut the
printing ol the thousands of pictures was
scarcely finished before Grant's remarkable
rally begun; sanguloe enthusiasts dtclarcd
that he would get well; praver-curUts claimed
that be had been restored through their peti
tions; paragraphers began poking fun at the
doctors, and It looked for awhile as If death
had been driven back from his prey.
During the four months that follow
ed, Heard's "emergency" cartoons
lay abandoned to the dust and darkness of
the storeroom. But the melancholy oppor
tunity came at last aud the picture was bsued
with yestrrdaj's Judite. However, with tho
perversity of fate, the old hero's death oc
curred on Thursday, alter all, the next day
alter publication day anil the "emergency"
featute that the long-sighted Judge folks had
prepared for, was lost.
The San Franciico Wasp, the cartoon
paper of the Pacific coast, was less fortunate
than tbe Judge, it decided, in the idtsot
March, that Grant could not recover and ac
tnally printed and circulated the memorial
number, four months "too previous."
Grant Hamilton is lamons among the New
York artists for his "luck." In this age the
ability to guess probabilities from known
premises is a valuable trait in the writer or
draughtsman for the periodical press. The
fact will be appreciated more fully when It
is known that, ordinarily, Puck and The
Judge go to press two weeks In advnnce of
publication day. It requires tact and judg
ment of a high order to decide upon which,
in tbe vast array of subjects presented, is
the one to select and which will Bllll be of
interest two weeks later. Timeliness Is
the most attractive feature of illustrated
journalism. Hamilton has not only been re
markably successful In this respect, but he
has, in other Insianees, exhibited a "buli
headed luck" that haB led his companions to
dub him "Horse Shoe" Hamilton. Pictures
that he made during tbe campaign which
were doubtfully regarded before they left the
office became so pertinent, in view of after
events, that they made Immense bits. Last
spring he became possessed ol an idea regard
ing the Amlo-Kussian situation wblc'j be
"worked up." Before be finished It, however,
there came a lull in the war cries and a peace
ful solution of the problem became so probable
that interest in the subject died almost entirely
away. This state of affairs would have been
latal to tbo popularity of the drawing, but,
within two days before the number of tbe
Judge containing it appeared upon tbc news
stands, new complications arose and tbe pros
pects of war were stronger than ever. The
result was the cartoon made a big hit. Then
the war-cloud vanished again.
During the campaign, as everybody knows,
The Judge was au ardent supporter of Blaine,
and the artisU and writers upon tho pajier,
with tbe exception ot "D. Mac," who be
longs to Tammany, never doubted that the
Plumed Knight would be elieted. The car
loon that would immtdiately fol
low tbe election, was, of course, desired by
both Beard and Hamilton. It was necesary
that two drawings be prepared in order that
tbe paper should not betaken unawares In
the supposedly improbable etcnt of Cleve
land's election. The iueritAble copper was
tossed tor choice of subjects, and Beard won.
He, of course, chose Blaine's election, and
chuckled over Hamilton's chagrin as they sat
dawn to work. Hamilton went ahead and
made the picture that was to be nstd
if Blaine should be defeated. He
bad little fear that the picture would
ever see daylight. Hut Burchard did open
bis mouth, the unexpected did happen and
Hamilton's "Stabbed in the Back" picture
"Hang it I" erumbled Beard, in good na
tured chagrin, wben Grant was supposed to
be on tbe high road to recovery," after tbe
crisis in March, "I've elected Cleveland
President nnd saved Grant's life nnd what
do I get for it? Nothing. Absolutely noth
ing, aside from my beggarly salary. This is
an ungrateful world I Hamilton, lend me
jour horee-shoe, will you?"
TIIK VOCALIST Of Til K HOCKIES.
How the Weateru Ilurru Ilrays Ills Single
The burro is a condensed jackass. He la
little all over except bis ears and voice. He
lias loog hair all over his body, tour legs, two
ears, and one tail. As a vocalist the burro
stands without a rival. He starts off with a
low, sweet "ohy be oby he haw he
haw haw bar be bawl" and keeps il
up until you tremble for his life, und just as
you think be will surdy stop, or die and get
out of misery, he disappoints all your fond
expectations by turning on a little more
sound, revetting the action and retracing all
be ha just said,
A vocal solo rendeiei b a fully equipped
burro is an experience never to be lorgotten.
I have seen strong men moved to tears as
they listened to bis sweet but melancholy cu
dence because, they bad no club or battering
ram with which to show their appreiiatlou
and soothe their perturbed spirits.
1 be burro tannot sing without raising bis
tail. As his vocal organs limber up hit tail
aicendt until it is extended iu one Horizontal
straight line, and from tbe tip of his nose to
the tip of bis tail be is one continuous, har
monious, exultant wave of sound,
I used to think the burro sang with hh
tail, but ibis was a mistake. The burro sings
with bit other end. But this I know Irora
experience, Tbe best way to ride a burro it
to hire a lowboy lo do it for you.
I.ee'a Opinion nf (Irani.
The people bare read with gratification
Gen. Gram's exalted opinion of Gen. Lee at
a commander. Grant't opinion of Lee is
happily supplemented by I-e't opinion n(
Grant. This Is now for the first time given
to the public by Dr. Snilt, as coming from a
member ol Lee's stuff. In Ibe presence ol
Gen. Lte an ofliLer tpoke iliglningly of Gen,
Grant. Gen, Lee looked into the critic's ete
steadily and said:
"Sir, your opinion It a very poor tompli.
ineut to me. Wo all thought Iticbinond,
protected at it was by our splendid forlifici
tiona aud defended by opr army of veterans,
could not be taken. Yet Grant turned hit
lace lo our capital and never turned It away
until we bad turrendered. Now I have care
fully tearched the military records ot both
ancient and modern hlttory, and have never
louud Grant's tuperlor at a general. I doubt
If his tuperlor can be found In all hlttory."
tX.(IO VKH.SOII rOSTKlt1!
Mew a mi HI
datfi 1'nlilloa Ait 4l!tiwiltta
leiror I'litHiuml History.
Chapter r I'lilUlittl lllatorr
Ex-Ooscrni Cbeelcs ,Kojlerwas at the)
lloody Ibis morning, looking Jresh and happy
after n pleasant sojourn at Middle Hass. To
a Blade reporter Mr, Poster expressed his
utmost confidence In the siucesi of the lie
publican ticket this fall.
"Who will bo the Democrat nominee? '
asked tho reporter.
"I have no doubt but that Hondly will be
llie man," was tbe reply. "He has evidently
been sincere In his reilerntlona that he did
not want tho nomination, but It is an Instance
where tlic party will overcome his objections,
and force him to take the field once more."
"In what respect Is Governor lloadly
weaker than he was two years ago?"
"1 do know that he Is Individually any
weaker, but the election two years ago was
lost to the Republican party not so much on
account of any great strength thst lloadly
possessed, ns It was due to the fact that tbe
parly was between cros tltes, being slashed
both bv the liquor men and the Prohibition
ists. We, as a party, aro stronger today than
we were then, and that tbe Democrats are
weaker it exemplified right here In your own
district. In 1883, lloadly carried this county
by 1,800 majority, but there is no DemocMt
who could do as wtll this year; in lact tbe
Democrats will do will to carry the county
at all. The liquor men, who were
then very active lor the Demociacy
have found that no reliance can be
placed upon the Democratic party;
that It is a delusion and a snare, and conse
quently they will not throw their strength
andlnlluenieln tbe balance against til as they
did In 188.!. Our settlement of the liquor ques
tion this year Is a very popular one, and will
have great weight in settling the fight."
"What influence will the third party pro
hibitionists have In the contest?"
"To me, the prohibitionists are In the old
ruts, and are merely acting as an ally to the
democracy. 1 do not believe tbat they will
poll any more votes than they did last year
from 8,000 to 12,000."
Speaking ot Cleveland's administration,
Mr. Foster said: "It is very much like tbe
times in a state ot stagnation. The demo
cratic stump-speakers raised a great hue and
cry about tbe corruption and rotten
ness and Iniquity which the party was going
to lay bare lieiore the people when it once got
possession ol tbe White House, but so far it
has petered out into mere airy nothingness.
The Democrats ecetn to be utterly amazed at
the really excellent condition in which they
found things, and until they recover, we can
not expect much from them."
"By the way, wasn't lloadly a little slow
In taking action on the death of General
"Decidedly so," replied Poster. "General
Grant was bom In this state, and his father
and mother He buried in Spring Grove cem
etery, Cincinnati. What tould be more
fitting than that Ohio should provide
a resting place for him? lloadly should
have been prepared on receipt of the news
of Grant's death to tender, In behall
of the state, a burial place lor her illustrious
son. Instead of tbat, be seems to have lost
bis bead, to have utterly forgotten that be bad
a duty to perform. Now he cotnis out, after
every other state has acted, and orders the
military to go into mourning and to fire a
military salute on the day of the goneial's
funeral. He was decidedly slow In taking
"What, In your opinion, does Grant's un
written chapter nf history, as Intimated by
Depew, refer to'" was asked.
"I think that It refers to Hayes and bis
election In 1870. I might say this: I went
all through that campaign and I do not be
lieve one word ot tbe charges made that
Hayes sold out the state gurerumant). It
has been my judgment that the underlying
cause of tbe success of the republican
party in that contest was due to the fact tbMt
Gen. Grant was president ot the United
States, and it was clearly understood that be
did not propose to allow any crookedness.
The attempt to filibuster and delay action un
til after the 4lb of March, thus leaving the
country without it head, was defeated by his
determination and decision."
"Will Hlaine again be an Important factor
In a republican convention?"
"Of course, I cannot say as to that; but I
believe that there is no use in belittling a man
of his character. There has been no public
man In this age w bo has been so much in the
h arts of the people as Mr. Blaine. He was
undoubtedly the chone of tbe people In 1870
and again in 1884 "
There is a youug mnn in Council Bluffs, a
good-looking young fellow, who hat a sweet
heart out In the country a Mew miles, and be
spends two evenings every week In her so
ciety. A lew nights ago he stayed to the
usual hour, and as be passed out the front
door be discovered that it was cloudy and
dark. He did not rtlLb tho Idea ot driving
alone through tbe gloomy nigbt, and hinted
about a good deal to get an invitation lo re
main, but it was not forthcoming. Hut tbe
young man was equal to tbe emergency. Go
ing down the Btcps he artfully contrived to
fall gently to tbe ground. Thereupon he sat
up a tremendous groaning. The ruse worked
admirably. Tbe girl screamed, the men-folks
jumped out of bed, and carried tbe young
man tenderly Into the house. His horse was
put up and be was assisted to undress and
deposited in tbe spare chamber. He bad
hardly begun to chuckle over tbe success ol
the statagem when the girl's mother put in
an appearance armed with a mustard platter
a fool square and Un-borse drawing p wer.
This the immediately proceeded to clap on the
small ot tbe young man's back, where be had
Incautiously located the damage to his frame.
Por two murial hours that woman sat by tbe
bed, and was not satisfied till the beheld with
her own eyes a blister an iucb dtep. Tbe
voting man is now a reformed liar.
The California democrat who came east last
tall, stumped the state of New York lor
Cleveland, made lu3 tpeeches, and had to
pawn his household goods in order to get
back, was recently told by the president that
bo must pass through the civil service mill,
and not unnaturally retorted "There was
nothing said about examination! when you
asked me to make speeches for you in New
York." St. Louis Globe-Dtmotra't.
A tValhllii: Skeleton.
Mr, E. Springer, of Mexhanicsbury, Pa.,
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abscess of the luns, and reduced lo a naU
inj iktltton Got a frt trial lxjtlle ol Dr.
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health, with a hearty nppnile and a gain in
flesh of forly-tijfht round,. Call at Chat.
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Mr. T. W. Atkins, Gtrard, Kan., writer "I
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I lieee a the complex ton, and raaaMtbe skin smneth
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Dronuce eoasupetltwi wl itr -, ikim, o.
0SH8 rLIUUKni iiaihi'. ,s mmrvtvu nY'a'!,
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(lenulnehss stmvetrsde mark and rneeed red Knee
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"I acho all over!" What a common, ex
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No remedy has yet booq discovered
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euro of disease It strengthens aqd in
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Hon. Thaddeus RIcvens, the distinguished Oon.
sreeeinan, once wrote hi a fellow niemlier who v. aa
aufforfter from indkreeeiou and kldn-y dlseanc.
" Try MUhlcr'a Herb Hitters, I Irlleve it will cure
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snake our great beatU. Our (ills car It walla
ethers do not. ,
Carter's Little Liver PDTs are very small and
very easy to take. One e two pills stake a dose.
The are strictly vecitablo and do not gripo or
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CANCER OF TONGUE !
A Cue Eot-ambllng That of Qineral, Brant.
Borne ten years aao I had a scrofulous sore on
ray right hajid which gave use grf at trouble, and
under the old-time treatment was heaiel up, and
I supposed I was well. I found, however, It had
nly been driven Into the ayaietu by the use of
potash and mercury, and In March, 108 J, It broke
out In my thruat, and concentrated in what some
of tbe doctors denominated cancer. I was placed
under treatment for this dlsnaae. Home sli or
aeven ot the best physicians in the country had
me at different limes uuder their , barge, aaioux
them three specialists in this line; tint oueaflti
another would eahaust their skill an I drop tue,
for 1 grew worse continually. Thecauter had
eat.n through my cheek, destroying the palate
and under lip entirely and half my tongue, eating
out to the top of my feft cheek bone and up u, the
left eye. r-runi a hearty robust woman of ivi
Kunds, 1 waa reduced to a mere frame of skin and
nes, almost unable lo turn myself iu bed, I
could not eat any solid fojd, but subsisted on
Moulds and Mr tongue waa ao far rone 1 could not
talk. The anguish jf mind and the horrible suf
ferings of liodr which J esperienced,can ueter
be revealed. (.Iran up by physicians to die.vllh
no hope of lecovery on the pan of friends who
aat around my bedside, eipscllng etery moment
ol my last; lu fact, my husband aould place
his hsnd upn me every now and then to see
whether t was alive or not, aud at one time all
decided that life waa ettincl, and iny death waa
reported all over the couutrv.
huch was my helpless aud wretched
th. first of last October
when tuy friends
commenced ulilite me
than a month tbe eallnp i.lace. ato,iil n,l l,x,l
Dpecinc in less
log u.mraenced.and the fearful aperture In iu?
cfce-ek has teen clewed and firmly knitted together
A .rursaof a n.w under lip Is progressing finely,
sad ll, longue which wis sfmost destroyed Is I e
i' rred,and luteins lhat nature la supply
leg ante tongue lean talk so that my friends
can readily understand me, and can eat sulld food
sgsln I sin i hie to ealk wherever I please with
out the uslstsnceof any one, and have galled
fly pounds In flesh. Alf this under Ibe hlisslng
of a merciful Heavenly Father, Is due to Swill's
rpetlflc I am a wonder and a marvel to all my
friends, hundreds of whom have known my In
tens, siiflerlnas, and have visited me In my afflic
tion. While I am not entirely well, yet ui) grail
lode Is none the lets devout, and I am confident
that a perfect recovery Is now iu sight. If any
dou hi these facts. I would refer them to run.
John II Trsylor, state Senator of this dislrlrt,
srho is iny neighbor, Dr. 'I, W. Ilrsdneld.of l.a
Orange, (la , or to any other peraons living in h
southern j ait of Trout rounly, Oa.
Lsllrange. (Is , May II, IBM.
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