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Att OiMMMlltoeMwMs f»» !t |M|rr »tx aid ho I £.miml ih« llama of iU» tuihoi ni.t hi ^ciMuuli. n, I'ul iik mi ill ft.lh iiu tho itt ih« «ritut. Wniii onlj on im« »ui» of iba i 1U ||n iienhtrl) careful, In nim« mi.I III* lollniK V"l likim** (Uln ami il,*!|in NEWS CONDENSED. Concise Record of the Week. EASTERN. The remain of Mont, KMinglmry, the tlrridy exhibition, *i'if ilUlnionvtl at ItoolicMvr by frlrmW mi jiliv* dun*, itnl it limtnl thai tin* body hud tM*eii mutilated. Tin- *urini* that the tnlxxlntr iuiilni hud boon devoured by iho Mttrvinir ox|lorei-4, Limit. rooly wiVMifllcially wolooinetl fo hi* old homo, XowburyiNirt, Mhhu., ImiuI liy n pitMo^nloii Mid nntM'iio". At tho irriind Maor JohiiMin wi'lwimnl tiiooly, the* hutor ivptylnir iw fUtliitr inanuor. tiov. 1( n"«n ueleuiiunl the o*|l ivr on *t Mil***rliusott*, mill tliroveroNo* oknodby the Haying "Hoiuo Atrttlit' and "Hall to tho thief." l»r. Clayborne utatt** (hut nil ilie *urvlvur« will noon U in |w*rfoot hoa th, but under strict order* from FSorolary t'handler no lnior\ lew* nte iillowod. Now York ti lojrrnm: "Thinl Offiwr Kollj, of tin' pteutuor Hour, *a,\ii the report* of itlnir tl.o tle*h of l.lcwt, KIKiinirbury und iTiuite llenr* wore true, n» the tuirxivum, when brought on boiirl, wero till I ut del'rl «nts, and admitted that they had to eat the •lead l««Hi s to rt *rve their own liven. The rook of the lVar unid that all the survivor* .-•id that they had to eat the fhwbuf the dead, us all their food, extent a lit tic leather or eeitUkln, had given out. All the n en on Imard the Hear knew that the bodle* »l I ein eaten, but were told not to ii|ioak about it when they jiOt into |»ort." In nttcmptiiiK to lower their record* at lU-liuout I'ark. Philadelphia, ,Hv-Kyo«?«.v made the mile in 8 l»'k and l'hs la* In S:I4V The ltev. Dr. John Brown, the old* e-t Kpls-opal minister of New York S:me. lam week «t Newbnt*. He delivered mi address of welcome to lafayette in l»2l. WESTERH. The ltfiso ball lul» of Oraml l'aptifa, Mieh., MamHnsr four imtnes ahead of lt« ri vals in the Northwestern ea«Ui«, ha\ in# lost ?2,MtMhis aeawon, has disbanded. Five of its Members will joiu the iH'trolt ehiK Una portion of the Minnesota State npitol lluiidinir at St. Paul has leen |rtv itounced unsa e, i»nd nerson* prohibited from i nterinir it. The wuiin are sinkiiu. the |!a« ter a* erueke in many a es, aiul th joists nie myginur. Kffort# are iH-itig made to jn* vent its ami to put il in a perfectly safe e* ndltieit. Three children were l»nrne«l to death in n barn near ireleville, Ohio. They went to the barn to Miiokc, and set rv to tfee »trtwture. A skifl containing fonr men «|iiiml oj»jH»iite lJ» !',Aiiv, tihlo, and Walter Tunney and l\itri» k l»i\on were drowned. In Maytiehl Township, near Syca more, 111., Louis Taylor, a himl man, shot und kilUd I loren^e Mitcheil, It year* old, and then set •'rv to her eloth.n*. The murderer then went to a ereek near by. plunged In, ar.d then shot himself through the heart. The thiory is that he made improper advances, was repulsed, and in s nitre killed the jprl. vnd then, fearinir lynchitij.% he committed euicMe. Near Iowa City, Iowa, two br«wer« were en trial for violatlux tlie ll.juor law, when the mob, intlatned by wlusky, MUed the lTostH'utintr Attorney, stripped him of his eh thinir. and tarred and tea«her»Ml hn A (Vnstabte who iutertt*i\d wa* aerlousl.v cut The rioter# tl en went to Iowa City, a«ed the town oftieer*. and attempted to kill the principal prosecuting witness and hisbr»»ther. licports received fruiu various points in I'aket* and Mimh ota indicate that har ve#tiHK i protfivs'sinji very satisfactorily The weather is quite tavorabie. The wheat audrye crops are wnxl Whi«at will ield an averajo'of sixteen usheis per acte, and in ton e phiees the yhld will he alout twenty live bilM.f ». Hye i«-ids atnoit thirty bush el# K» the aerc. The barley crop is excellent. Several head cattle, infected with Texas tever. ha\e Ueu kided by tk* author itiesat Clinton, 111. A tire in the eastern part of Cincin nati deMr ytHl the sawmili of Itinton «ie, the cat^U-^h^to of the Miami Koud. and tea irau.e dwclUu**, the lu*s«x( atitfrvyauuir S'l&.vusi, Oliver Dalrvmple, the n^tnl lakota farmer says he will harvest t*,iHHi acrt^s of wiuatthb year, an i that the aveia«tt yield wiii tn- alHut nineteen buhcU per act* Gov, Mnrrav, of Vtah. haa asked that troops be us»d to drive back from San Juan t'ountv I te» from c«ivradiv who ha\c Ki ted two men, burned and destroy*) j»r(.p eity, and litn alen other eutra^s, AH the white* in the valley have been expelled by the marauding Indiana. SOUTHERN. A conipanv of Texan ranger* had a livelj butt.e with four mounted men, caught cutting feiiees Kdwar s County. The of f« ndeis pencd tire with ties. Two of them were •hot through tlie heart, and the other* escaped, cne of the latter vat a ncphaw of Chief Justiiv Heuiphil!. On grofct earnings of foe the jast year, the iouisviile and Nashville Koad r» |H»r:* a surplus of $s|,^v£ by ati»tatB itUf from the payua nt ut dividends A deajierate attempt was made by tlM tt»nvicts in the Frankfort Ky. i Peniten tiary to escape. A prisoner nauud W»da led tlie would-be jail breaker*. They struck •iown the iruar.1, and Uiem«» Ives «f 8r •arm«, which they um1 freely. Jam«« Cunninirliam.who isserviu* a foisrtivii years term, rendered effecti\*e service in suppress in* the outbreak, one prisoner, a murderer named Alsopp, seaj«ed. A duel at Etnorv (lap, Tcuu.. l»e twaen a cripp.e nanu-d Staples aud a drum mer frutu Cicvelan i named W Ultaut 11. Hur- MMilKxl in the deatit of both. WASHINGTON. (.•«&» 8a/i !i was lhtei-VMWedl «k Wa»hiuirt n coneemiu* the Mork«s of eanni bali«m in wiiiiii- tkm with the Uiwly enpc dition. Although the lej^iris were soun what exairferafd, be said, there «a« no doubt that there i* cen* derab!e toundaiam for them. lie said that it is not trot that Capt. Schley toUi hin.wlf and Secretary ('handier that the survivors had eaten the IwUes of their a**wlat«*« Iw refuwi, however, to say that tlie stories aiready puli»he] «rn not true. lit had lies id ruuit r- at Porumouth that Private Henry had beet? killed and that ti e survivor* had eaten his ody, but dxiiwd t«» tr laets in the rase as came withiu his know) ««l*r. The it«rin Bud i rrdein'*' ainonir tlie ara\ and navy officer* and H»tne of the 1st ter. and even (.en Hs/en. think that tanui ballrtn w.»» almost unavoidati'.e under lh fiitMiiMUitoe*. 1 here is no doubt thai there will be a CoiirrewMouai iu vest (cation. Since Aug. 1 the Tnited State® Treasury has i«»t |2. 'a*»,tlMii in gold, t. a mg the amount *hne the roi*r\e i«..iiu 1 U4». 1 0. V.»! POUTICAL. The K«v. Mr. Ball, of Buffalo, the Baptist eleryyman who waa |«rt: mstru mental ta pia iuf th' atory of I if Gov. Ciev land'» iiuinoratitiT* before the public, hi brought suit for li»«el against the Hoston Htistl i for hav fair pubiisheJ a dis|iatcb wbl Insinuate.] that he was not a clergy man in good Mumhii* with h! denomination and other mstt r- derofatory to hss character Solon Chase, thenot«d Main# ('rron backer, has written a letter (tidorsinir the andidat't of lllaiii*. C'onkling positively refuaea to hav« anythinn t«» !o with Maine or his oattMtMfi, ut i« incllne«l to favor the eandld tey of Itutler, tirant, an his last visit to WaMhinir* ton, si«ent two hours with tlie Maine state*, man, and It I* said ha will yl 'ld him N beany an port. lame* S KckltM, of Vtinooton, haa l«een nominated for t'onffresa by tin* I'etno Crats of the I leventh llliuo s District. Hepttblicitn t'onRt'cNaional conven tions ha\e nominated V. K. Kullot IM the onrili Iowa UlMtiict, til. Knlpli Plumb in the Sixth Illinois, K, II. Conifer and It. V. Hiuith in Hie Seventh lowil, and A. ,1, Holmes in the Tenth low*. The PeuieeiHts laced in the Held Preston Stevenson in the tfth District of New Jersey, and the Ureen* backer* of the Second Maine District nom* nated W. W, llerry A meeting of the Executive Comtnit tee of the Prohibition State cut nil Co,limit tee of Indiana was held at Indianapolis i&st week. It wa« decided to |vttt an electoral icket in the Meld. Albany i N. Y.l dwpatclt: A letter eelved from Cp)er Snntnac l.aketo-day an nounces Hie Kitic nrrivitl of Hot. Cleveland ntul Dr. Ward at the Prospect Hotel, St up* ere made on the way at l.oon l.akeand Paul uiith's, and, aithouifh the Uovernor desired no demonstration, hts irlends at eae'.t plaiv nder«Ml him n m*eptinn in wha all the iruestj* at the hotel Joined. The liemocratie Statui Convention of eortfla met at Atlanta and made the follow mtr nomlnat-ons: t!overnor. It. D. MePanlel e.-retary of State, N, V. Parnett Contrtdler, W. A. Wrtrht: Treasur* r. It. A. Ilardinaii Mtorney licneral, clltloiit And rson. The nominies, w th the e\«eptiou of llardiuan, are the prem^ni in. um)Hut«, The Republican* til llkhlgui,, tHinvenilon at letr it, notuinated tlen. It. A. Al*er for tiov ernor, and A. I.uee for t.ieutenant tiovernor. he rest oi the ti. ^et »t inds as follows, the incuinb^'nts be.ntr ren ni inat In each ea*e: Harry A. Conant, secretary of State-, Ed ward H. Itutler. State Treasurer Wtl latn c, Stevent, Auditor CSen. Minor S. Newett, f\tinmlssiouer of State land oWee Moses 1'atnrart, Attorney tienem! Herschel tiasv. uperlntendent «!f Pitbl e Instruction James M, ltailou, Kemler of State Poard of Educa tion The Democratic* State Convention cf Niseotirl, in unwion at Jefferson ITty. made the followinir nominations! For Governor. J. S. Mai tnadnKe, of St. Ioiiis for Auditor, John Walker, the proa nt ineom* la-tit for Keirister of Land*. Itobert MeCuS ouirh, pits*nt ineiiinl»(Mit lor Judtfc of Su pren e t\»urt, Judm I Hlaek. The Bepnblican State Central Com* inntee of Arkansas haa noni natei a lull State ticket, us t« lows: tiovernor. Thomas Holes SMrt^tary of State. Paul Graham .\udit«Mr, J. H. Iterry Tn'a^urer. S. A. Duke land Commissioner. J. A. llarues Attorney General. Jacob Tuehar Su|-erintaadeat oi Public lna ruethut, J. H. War»l. Jatuos 0. Blaine has ordered a anil for lilad to te btouuht against the lndiaua|H lis SiMfiurf for sirtiinit tha« he t»» trayed a K*ri and married her at the muMle of a shornun. John Hon It haa annonnml ltitu seir as a candidate for the Tniled States Sen* atorship tivii dorado, now lte by Senatot llill. P\-Senator chattee is also a candidate. The Prohibitionist* of the Thirteenth Illinois District nosidaat-d t«*vitro Herrin*** ton for Con«r«»ss. Kouis It. Guuckcl was nonnnanst t»y the fourth Ohio District Re publican* The Ninth Te\as District Detno rats rcnominat«Ml H. y Mil!*, an I in the Kitth TcBnoeee iMstriet th Ik' i o rats nanu-il James D, Ktchards*«n. The Tenth Texas lHstriet Iwwaiaii aontaated Jo»eph 1», sayera. Boston dispatv h: "Hen Bntler*s let rof acivptatie»-, or nddmss to tie" p.«pleoi the t'nitisl Stat e lias t«een pne teally pletrd, and, **onsrary to item rat exptviatkm. it may see the 1mlit »efore the piotlueiion ot the anticipated epist'e from Chx e aud. The liutier nianueto is said to a cument ol irreat length. he General takes in the whoV ocabulary of national que^thms, from Moe iuouisih down to the pfes«'rvatHm of th** Mta- stNMppi levees," Thomas (I. Skinner haa l»*«en reuont* inated for Con»rre*s ty the m»mocrat» «»f the First North andina Di-tilet. Kx-l'ongrcssn»an J. 1\ Bnrrowa, ol Kalamazoo, was nominated for Conjrrvss by the Hepubiiian ctMiveotloa of the l*Ounh Michigan District. C. B. l^r» ckcnndge reeeixe*! a ronom* ination for ouirn (y the Hemocratsuf the eetmd Arkan-as In-ti c: Chairman Coojer, of the Pennayl ania state U«pubSic«n Committee, an nounces that J. Dou t^Mueroa is n««t a eaodt date for r*-eUH*ttoo to the fulted i^tatea s*-oatc. HISCE1XANEOUS. The Irish National League met at Uosum a»t week Ttiomas S vmii and VViiI lam lie In ond mH-ixri a hearty weHnmie The mother of CharW s. Parmdl was ia at tendance. AaeU^ucnt ad-lce by Alexandrr Sullivan evoUet) trreat enthusiasm. The American Hankers' Aamviation met at Saratoga, l.yiuan J. tla^e, of Chi cago, in callinir the conventmn to crier, urged, as a reuu dy for panics, the hrei^tut of cash reserves c«ns^leraWy larger than |n r*ent.. a repeal of the usury laws, and the adopt Km of uniform rules a* to kianinit freely in timesof distrust. A re«oluthMi wa» adopust favcring the di*«ontinuance *4 the coinage «f staudatd «o\e- dollar*. The International Association of Paa antfr Axeuts held their annual eonwuttaut at IVnver, there I'eiug a iar^v attendane** Lieut, tirecly has made the admis sion that by his orders I'm ate haries It. Henry was »lwt dead un the nth dav or June, tor having pen-i t«nl in stealing from the lim ited supply of provisions he'd by the e*iedi tion. A detaih-d n-|«ort of the execution ha» te»-n forwarded to the S-er^tary of War Wuh regard to the ri mors of cannitNkli«*m, Kieut. reeiy Kay s if any thing of the kind oc evirr it was au individual aet. At the meeting of the Irish National league at Itoston. tht1 Treasurer ri'|wrtid re ceipts of », *d whicii had I «en rt nutted to In land. Iea\ ing a baianiv oi lii-'et. The rvMtlutiotis indorse Partu-11 pr»'te*t against Kngiand's usur(«atkMa ot power and dtn-ply retrret the death id Wen dell Philii|M. Alexander Sullivan was rMe President. tut declin-d. when Patrick Kg an was ebtw.i. Father Iteilly was reSwte Tr* H-un r.Hiid Father Ho^ Wai^h Si*retary The annual reunion of the Army of the Tennessee was held at Lake Minnetonka, Minn. The members of the •©ciety wer called to order by Gen. W T. Sio rmaB. who r*ad a farief letter from Gen. Gram exprt ing eegiet at his inability to tie presi-nt before reading the letter Gen. 8ber man feel .ugly r»*f"erred to (»en. Grant's |.r«-s ent feei lr physu ai eon-lition and to the re cent flnancia. trout*ies in Wall street. Tlsi speaker satd no one e ieved G«n. Grant was to the r»*mot *t degree tM-r*-nally r-»pua*iti for the trouble, and sal I th" re»|**vt wnd i«»v he bad won on the batt'e Held would t-urviv long afU't Wat! street *a» uairic licit to I synonymous with gawbilnv in gold and 11x dit Gov. Hubbard, ot Minnesota, red the sddre^c ot wektiiiie, to which Gen. Sherman responded. At the bauju*t »l«cfcM were made by fiov. Hubbard of Minnesota. Gen 1 etU:n of Chicago 11 chop Ireland, ex-Senator Kautaey, Ignatius Don nelly, and Col. Jacobsoo of CUieago. Gen Sherman te-elected President, and the M«etety adjourned to meet at hie^go on the m-ccmd We luesdtiy of s ptembet nc*t year The national convention of the live stock men of the tutted States will meet to Chiosgo No* 1C A Cierman family of ft\e peraons, the rr-nrrr'" rlrl r—n, walked trom v#« ork lo Janesvilie, XVla., sinOe May tMrt)^ Mir their atorea in a «arls There wore 'J'JO busincaa failurra In Ihe I'ttiied State* attd Canada durliir the eek. There were iM'*1 failure* th# pre Mits I rOREIQUt Til© cholera awiua to be extending In the small tewnaof Homh*rn t'rttuet', but I* lyltui out lit Toulon and Miirseliles. The llriiinh ^nrlianvent waa pro* owned Any. II. The Queen's speech an honnc«s the n sumption of dlp'omnile rela tions with Mexico and the conuliisloti of uit agreement for a treaty «f eomineri,«t. The laini Is made that ntrrariau crime In Ireland ha* diminished, and that there has been a substantial Improvement la the condition of the people of that country. In the divorce court nt Paris, a pe tit on was presented for the rcl^roi Madame llMtt, but It It the ireneral opinion of the bar that it will not be irranted. Hy the bursting of a fffta*engino ill an envelopt^ factory in l.ondou the bulldint as set on lire, Kseape beln* ettt off, many omen were Injur by leaping from thw itidows. The Britiah expedition for th« relief of Khariount and the resene of Gordon will be half military and tlf naval, Tlie sailors 111 be required t« do most of the work. Gen. ol-elev 1* the author of the plan of the cam paign, aud w ill jiet tlie full credit If It suc ceed*. 11 It fails Mr. Gladstone will, no doubt, be held responsible. English journals nre cloqnnnt In their xptv!sion of distrust at the aliened canni balism of the t»re iv aretio e\|edltlon, Tlie l'ntrll*h arctic explorer*, w uh the envption Itenjauiin lelarh Smith, however, ekpreist ither disgust nor astonishment, aud scout to think that cannibalism under the olrcum* stances could hardly t*e preve«iet. LATER NEWS ITEMS. the Kansas corn crop and it is mw predicted that the yield will be la )fc Iteyond piece,lent, A Are broke out in the city of Anoka, Minn., alamt twenty miles from Minneapolis, an I latere the fames were aitb lur 1 the en tire hu-iue»-« (tortion of the e tc, fee Huh School building, tiir e btuk«, two t!nur!ng mills, an elevator, and several other impor tant struct\ir s weir strove.I. The tirr pre.vl with cxiitt Milinary ra.i.di y, and de fied every effort to stop Its progress. Th heat waa Intense, ana many were prostrated while try in* to subdue the flames, ihe los-e are e«t mate 1 at $l,0Hi,oW. W, D. WasJil'iirn & o., are the heaviest "ufft'^rs. Tom itriftin, a nolortotis ITtcrokeo outlaw, wasslio! dead at I'ufaula while pec petratinsra burglary. The (N»tton counties of .Vrkausas sur priaevl the »tat(-t fans by ret**rtlnr an ag gregate yield *d' i.mNt.Ofi tiales, Kx-Scnator John Pool, of North Car* olina, at U aahlugtoa, Ik C„ «f ai«»pietjr, lie waa Senator frow iw to ISTvV Seventy night building?, coniprisinp wo-thirds of the tui-im-ss |v.rtiou .if Grena la. Miss,, we iv destroyed by ftr.\ The loaa estimated at Dai.tM. The taturanc* la about $««.%. W land lintleriu has aa-nreil the Snl* tan that l.ord No-thbrook's nii*«ion to Kgypt dm not indicate any vUutigc iu Kugland'a Kgypt an |olicy, Visitors to Lotwiou from India am a to h.ue rtwntly in»i oMed in the l»ags gat:e atge nnMtl .-rs of mos-|ulto«s of a very po churn tor, Tln\v W11 vau^iiin much Attiutynn to |h The Atueriean lUunl ol Fowign Mission- makes mi a:|«x«l for JlO'M* ©during Vugust, to k«Hp up its work. Sixteen deaths from vellow fever have oeeurtv 1 at ltertn»«silk\ Mvxle*, and ea«es are reported at «*v atja ent cities. Tlie dis»a«« apiMtently eruin it^l germs re maining dormant sinw last year. Warren P. Sutton, Consnl General to Mexico rt |n»rts a Urge en igration aer\»ss the o Grande, and state- that of American capital has been tnveste I In rail r«*ad-, ranches, and mining in Northern Max leo w.tliai a fe« years, Koaeoe CNntkling, in a letter rcfttaing an eleetioa as hon«*rary mewls'r «f the A txiny Piioc.el Knuhts, says W Iv Xtch«*K s\ ivi»i v NtMlng \\mis, an I thaukiug you t.r the olbr ot an lK-ii*hip *4 the (vdltHwl **r«4tiitation irferrxnl t«K I must a»k you to ejkc«m me, I am quite oat of ieliuc*» and dwa't wt«h iu any way to tie draw u Into the peadln? eaueanv Y. ar oixnltent servant, TE£ MARKET KKW YOUK. g«KVi n»s. ts 4.M w« ... *.!» Kl.««i'U—K.ktni 4.W Whi:-No, Che«(». H.O. i- till \M i fn(MM7,K Iito\eil Co\ki,is*»,* Alsop and t«raves, the ringleaders of tlie gang that broke jail at Kr.mktort, Ky., recently, were dmi*ervsl aUut nine m»es fnnu l.riimh«. AI eputy Sin rift and imve went in pursuit. The convicts resists, kill.sl tb^.rge Cass«- a. a farmer, in whos Held they were toiin l, and wh,» had but just joiinsl tlie |o»«c. Ihith the setnindre!^ were then shot dead, the nenttMrs of tht» pursuing party evidtntly wot earing to capture them alive. The Executive Committee of the Auti Monopoly party as*cmblcd tn Chicago last w«i and nominated Gen. A. M. West, of Mississippi, Tor Vice President. It waa re solved to i*sue an a tdie-s urging igorous efforts in rKoc «X« res-iunal districts, and a union of all the Itutier forees, under the "P s as «a« advocattsi. ?. .st \"o i lUsi ,«s« jiwj ...... .a m-r— Wnite, .. .m IHoiS'-AVw M«w» it.?i eiiicAtHi liter* I. t'to*»j.-e t« Prtrn ttscw*. ^»d Sta|.)4u t'ttiiuoli to sir ..... M' S V.T3 I. 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Mleltluan, n lluth-r sintc in ^iteremlii^ri H1 ATK CKM liM i ^MI*tltt tlOOMSj I M.\* Avoo, Mtrh., Jitly S\», 1HSI. tltlio 11 it tier Men bf Mlihiirafi: The time for aetlon lma nrrived. The fiicl ihnt Ihe old party pvesft nHBUtvs llie| people th it tlen, llutler will not aland by the tioininitlictis lie has necepted. i»lil Iheit eaiiiCHtni mn in l-elitiiifi him from the ttehl, la proof of the drcttd of the lenders of his| euuihtltoy. Lei no man deceive on. tlen. Kiiilei tte\cr yet deserted n friend orl recieituMo n fnist cotnniitted to hin ecpilitf, itlld lie bids Volt it! once or^ntiize[ for the conflict. To this end the coitt' nuifee has prepared and had printed1 a simple form for the organization I of Hutler and West elnlts, so nrranaed a* to si cure a cmiMisH of the Pieiodcnlial preferciieeN of the tiiciiilieiH iti tsNi, which| dank* nre hctny dtftHlmled to Hie ehnir Wen of eoittif* committees und lamest I workers in Ihe spite, mid will be forwarded| tonnx person applv iii^ f'oflhe sitne Miehi tpiii ts, to-dnv. il Ituller Stal', Rlid Will caul Iter electoral xote for hint with \t(%s itcople llocent rains have gioatlv improved I*'1'' '"iunpnign. whieh will be the latgle-eall .. v...... i. .........It" arms sounding front ocean to oceiut. The people are ready for marching orders, and as noon an the State convention is over, und our candidates in the field. the earnest rk of the campaign of 1 WH| will heyin. Mr. Hiram Price lias teiidcred his lgiiiition as Indian mmiss,oner. Me doe* nei eare I vc at Washinifton, w here he would be separated from hm iamily. A lightning and rain storm visited Pittsburgh and Allegheny City, cellrrs Is-ing flooded and build.ii^ blowa down or r*H\ej by lightning. Water in twune place* as t«o fe*»t «h«ej» tn the «trf«ta, and the ttnave w U1 ts heavy, fottr tickets in the field. As proof of the feeling of tin \otefs «.ii this ouestion allow ttte tomstatij e the tvMtll of the ctnvas* of thi. o eltiiis| lately formed, tWo iti Newaygo County and idle at Milan, Michigan. Out of it nieniher ship of 'Jtld, Us *oted for (tnrfleld or Han co\iK in 1 siSit, 'I'liewe arc tud e\e. ptional caaes, but ate representative of the feeling all over the State. A feelin« of nnreKt per vades every community, and the pinching Khtsp of "hard times" is opening the c\e«t of the ntasscs to the hoi lowuess of th promise* made, only to l»e broken, hy the UepttMlenn party Tin Itctuocintie l«iiH had It In its pHwei tohihi orptitixeil, at chicauo, a urand victory, Imt the majority *f it* leaders east aside the op porluiutv tendered hy the lalor of the laud and placed in nomination a candidate whoa otlieial acts antagonize the very elements by whose success is possible. They had the riuht to thus comintt suicide, Imt the cannot follow them to defeat. The o'puhlienu pa 11 t« hopi'lc'-siy divided iiftd the eiindtdaey of St. John i* another din turl'tn^ element in their ctimass. ten. Uutler is in the Held to stay, and at the proper time x\ill sound the key-note of And iiow let every tireenhackcr itnd Hutler man or woman iu Michigan, who ivads tliesc lines, at once send to ihe Chairman of the committee the nanu s of earnest work ets in his or her locality, with the postottice nddiv-su t»f each, plainly written, and thus aid in organising tlie State. The commit tee desires to enroll the names of thousands of such workers, who will stand with them do e by the Hag tn the coming fight. The ontestVf lsv.» was fought in the open field against an enemy strongly intrenched in the Stat.-and nation. The iesnlt Was partial suec -«s, emphasized iu lss.1, hut those ou tesfs wei-e hut the foitiling of the skittnish lines for IsM We .titer upon this great antpaitfu without funds deawn from »»ttie lioliKrs or capibilfts, but if even man mid woman who lo\es liberty rts their fathers lid will aid in Ihi* work of organiz^ition. and stand fogether amid sunshine and storm, flic Hutler banner shad float proudly in the November breeze, in Michigan, over the conquering host* of the people's army. As Chairman of the committee, allow me to say that I have no time to reply to the assault* or slanders of ®uc iuies, either personal or of the cause we champion. But wilh vitality for them and for all. let l»s turn our fae s resolutely to ward the morning and never rest until tin chains are all stricken from the minds aud lnnls of labor and the dream of the father is fully realized hy a people who have •worn to be free. The peop'c «re ripe for revolution, and no power can stay its onwntd march. The greatest battle of the nges is before Us. On the om ind stand at myed corporate power, class gislation. and monopolies of all kinds, and on the other the |H-ople. Foot sore and weary, robbed of their right and menaced with tie of their liberties the pitieut men and women of this repub lic, who st od close beside its starry flag in the hour of bittlc aud ever since have horue double burden that n favored few miuht yo free, ha*.- at last asscited their rights, and with Hutler for a leader have enlisted for the war. We welcome this new revolu tion. and no nntter under what pari* nam or tmnuer it may niareh. will he found with the column. The tide is rising and will uivly sweep away old wrongs and usher in a uew era. Then amuse, my brothers, and press «»n after the thing enemy. lie-light tie- camp tires in every valley and on every lull top in the laud aid press on to the final Jttbilee, singing, as we go. A bet'er dav is eomimr. A mot nine promised lone, Wh n i!ird Kitfh', «itli holy illo*«-r!hro** the VVronu When tied the I.oid w 11 listen To Vcrv p'sillMVe stuli, km\ str tch His :mii-i ovr every With Jttstuv to aud b*. The besst of Imitfht* KifQC ie men- will till ih«- air. »ud *eii-h will love the taaMk An.I s a i it «*er* where V* mote trem wsiti? and som»w ill ,-onie the hej^-less cry A^I) strite will s-«*e, and perfect] ili tU uri»li lv and i.y. Ok' ter t!..•» I.elv .latrninc ^e w.ocii. «u vi*»t. and |trav\ Trt» o ei ill. h.'iuir 1 tn- itiornilic Htfelt Jifiall duv. tlie kI »sn In nn a»«v km «lii-n ?tie heavenlv nlor\ iimll fltwui tie-1jo th wiidskv, W il i.l. the l.ord I rail »l.s tMNk, Aid 1 r.oM- Hun iy and iv. Mikr of coiuuiittiv. V11.1.1.VM 1). Ft'Luyt, rhatmaa. A Went In tVorkimrmea. In Auk no v« rv man is a sovereign. The Voice of fh« vuij.'.' lahoicr is as |srteut the hull of v,isl ttt.»u as tint of the mill onaire. if he coueeiifrates that voice, aud titters it through honest repivsentativ The l\Hlsoli why the lights nud lllti't. sts of laluu are not pr«|M rly pi\teet-d, and proj. »rly repr«*setited in State L»Hrislatuies, and ui t\niK'i, vv is 1« eause lalwuei-B are not united and true to one anoth.-r. Capital combines capital orgauites to at you. If throws out one lnuie calle.l l«-Uioen»ey\ and another called Kepuldicau isiu, then rubs your .,iin and says "tin tn Ik»\n. and win." mid while you are flighting with on- auothet at tout the 1h Uc they steal and feast on the meat. Thus you are kept p«*or and lean, und h»ug hours of utary. woiuiti)» toil with poverty, anxiety, and goaw 111-4 car*1 while they laii^h tu fh»-tr sleeves, ami sport in wealth, Itixuvy and ease- at your expeuse. H« member, that a sovereign piwer can do what it pleases. The toot do are soverei^u iu the rutted St«t ». The majority constitutes tint w»v ereiKU j»owet. Political patties Inve liere f«ft»t»- f»eeii or^uii/e.l and k« |»t up to pro ti«»f. th» interest of i«»'iti.-al and money rin^s. 'apitul has k.-|d |««liticiaiis in iKiter, lie chu-. politician- would legislate for it. It is now tine- for the people• the great liiass of laboring w.-alth-|roduc i—to lre:ik away from the old political ro'.ber r«»o«.t- and .ir^anijte as our fathers did tu 1TT». f..r the pn4ectiNt of themselves and their titvsides. If th'-re an unjust laws in our staitut if we are siifl. ntiuin consepieiic«- of iug «h pri\ed of ativ «»f our just and e.juitabh rights, we must nse th* saiue |ww«r toeaian* eipate ours.lvt-s that we have heretofore lls« for our usl n inelit. "Every \ot.- is a eolumbiad, and every Teller a filU U1U( tl monitor. Bender uuto t'a sar the things that are 1'a-snr's «ds*y fhe laws, and siitt.-r for the »ike of ohelicucc: but unite, lik- lnth. to overthrow tli« f. who ar« lcdding the luaiiy iu itondu »nrs is tie- only Government on earth I containing within itself the elements of revolution without lil.oMe d. Let tw avail oursehes of that eh uieiit. Let us prize our elective frauebwe more sacredly The l.allot. in the hands of in I telligeut men, eoUMit«lt*s their elolld by d» and then pilbir of fire In night, whieh I alou. can load Ummu through the wilderness of |«»\. rty to th* pioniised html of prosjN ritv. Fr--t« this day on, resolve never to use it lo promote Hiiy iuui to a dition of trust or honor who will n»t kneel at th'- altar of I hum ility ind -wear fo lofect iind defend the uatuud. iVialleiiuhle nj.'ii! -of ail lie-U ttesohe tUid the lotjiiscited patruiiony of I the present and future generations ah*U lie I restored to theui. That we. the aovereigti* of Atm-rk*. de tuand of our a^.-uts, escrcmng cs -«%itiv legitelative und jtuli. lal authority, that they •leretae the |xiVk. r» couf« ri'ed upon tii lii in Me a manner that the (imernuieut -iiall pr«a.-et and not deatrov the nghta of the |h Dpi pc.-jjti. 3 4 Ml j'ummbm sepHwr I [tlonnl hanner for setf-proservnlion nno| •elf-protccfion. Vaiv« all minor and personal cousidem lion*. Ignore nhwrnfid foreter (fld parties fliail nate heretofore seduced you into their sup port without ever contributing one net ol I'Hislatlon for your t»ei»erti. To-dav the country 1* ruled hv those win nt«ver turned ttu honi st dollar iii tlteir lives men who live npon the sweat and toil oil other*. It is time to change thin condition oil tiling. Il is time for the people to rule The country is yours. Out of lift* -the millions of people vottl represented least fortv inilion*. what is I the stateTn things a* they now e\i*t in this I housted Inttd of freedom and equality.! where all men nre declared to he endowed! hy their Creator with eeit.iin inalienable rights, among which are life, liberty and tin pursuits of happiness? lh«W much of life, lihertv and the pur-| "tti* of Happiue** is there ^or the majority Of \oti? flow tiiuclf of hitppinesa is there in the thought that less than one-fliffh of the nienl own nearly all the W.-nlth, houses, and lands in the nation, and their wealth still jncrciising, and lh.it mainly from your la-1 How littich of life, liberty, and tin or, pursuit of happiness is there for these vast multitudes the producers of the world's Wealth, who nre forced into a battle fot daily bread, among whom are great num bers of as industrious and worthy men audi women as ever stood up in the light of day but to whom "day unto dav utteroth nol speech, and night ui.to night showetli no knowedge" brings no promise of release from everlasting toil this side the laud wh"iv souls are free'/ Iv there Mifll-ifnt manhood nnd inde-| pemlenCe in th" laboring we' dth-produc.Vs of Anieti-a free themselves from tin yoke of ShyloekismV If so. commence to-1 day. Decline tirst your own independence to this jort adjounied Congress without pissui!? the bill that was drawn up against it VideUe. To uF.SEKAf.f.Y distribute good things is godlike" is a Latm saying, which in th® original reads: ouiuiunitur bom profundeat deorom est. "To send His raiu to the just and to tlie unjust" is the scriptural statement of the sane divine method. To distribute the results of labor to every imt- according to his needs is the statement i«f the Communist To distribute the r«-eult* of lain»r to every one according to his deeds is that of the Socialist. To distribute the results of labor fo every one according to his greeds i«i the practic.il outcome of jj. -rn methods in this era of millionaire*. S/m fh ln h'tMtry A. Storr# After their numerous acts of cru -I class legi-l.itloii whereby "he' has been forced to go about the country as a "'tramp,' reduced tu the lov.eat d.gieeh of degradation, what does Ihe lie publican |«rty pr«po*t tw 4^ to lift "him* up' Do they expect to tt»e a ropeV- Chu nyn Si iiJ'H' I- AiilM iii HUi the Philadelphia Pram from Llioira says: "A vote taken 011 an ex clusion train from Klnnra Watkin* of the Ancient Order of Hibernians resulted pUiue, 7'.j Cleveland, 7 i Hutler. t»'i non committal, 5. Nearly evet v member of the order voted for liancoek in |Wo and Cleve land two years ago ih-vote was taken by two life-long Democrats." TUK Greenback jiart.V "f th-.tciiUhttfs hy the iioiiiinutlon uf »aini 70,(H) vutva oy «uc u^uhuuuu NATIONAL PLATFORMS. frotn partv bondage, und then unite for thel ever the right of the people to issue emancipation of yourselves and families.- |w ,s ri.vi.M, I In regard to contract servile immigration, both pla'forms are analagous. The Demo cratic platform says that the Peinocantic I l»arty "does not sanction the importation of foreign labor or the admission of servile races, untitled bv habits, training, religion or kindre.I for absorption into the great body of our peo» ople, or for tho citizenship whieh our laws confer:" and tint "Atueriean chiliza tion dt mauds that against the innui gration or importation of Mongolians to tin-he shores our gates be closed." Un thP »atue subject, the Republican platform says that tin- Republican party is unaltembly op posed to placing our workingnieii iueompc tition with any form of senile labor, whether at home or abroad and "we de nounce the importation of contract labor, whether from Europe or Asia, as nn of fense against the *iirit of American insti tuf ion-, and we pledge ourselves to sustain the piesent law resf'icting Chinese immi gration. and to provide such other legisla tion as is ueeessary to carry out its pur poses Adapted at ludlanapofl* May, 19S# Kight vcnrti »no our young party metl in this ly for tlie tirst time, and pro claimed to the world its inimortal prin ciples, ami piuceil bcioro tlie Atnericunl people fis a Presidential candidate that great philanthropist and spotless at ate*-1 man, Peter Cooper* Yet the two parties that are thus united I (0 i,.vv a still greater burden of interest against the contract system of immigration jaXes.* The Democratic platform has a plank favoring the enactment of laws by which lult.tr organizations may he incorporated and on this subject the Republican plat* form is silent but both parties, nt the recent session of Congress, refused to act upon the bill for the incorporation of national trade unions. The Keptiblic.111 platform favors the "en forcement of the «-ight-hour law." upon which the Democratic platform is silent: I lit as a matter of fact, the llepitblicau party in Congress his never tried to secure the enforcement of that law The Kepiihlieau platform lias a plank not to he found ill the Democratic platform in favor of "legislation for the public rcguhv tion of railway corporation*." but Sumner's lull for that pur|ose was opposed by both jmrties in Comjtvs The ttcpnhlic.-in platform favors a Na tional Ihireau of Labor, to which it was un necessary to make any allusion in the Democratic platform, as the bill establishing the bureau became a livv before the making of the Democratic platform, which how ever. favors "all such legislation as tends to iilighfen tie- people upou the true relations of capit il and labor,' The Democratic platform favors the "pre servation of personal rights ami the equality of all citizen* before tlie law The Re publican platform favois the "freedom and equality of all men. and the rights of all citizens." Tlie conduct of both partieR during the pist few year* is a commentary npon these pretenses W hen dealing with the tariff, both parties are anxious about "labor." Both platforms are full of theoretical hams, which both despise in practice, as is shown by their action in Congress StrintuH fiiper. .—John Blaine's Insult te tirmtharker*. Ihe i-cop.c the tHi'id States, thoujrh often urye.1 and tempted, have never serious jr contemplated the recognition of any other limncv than trold and silver Htid currency di rectly convertible into them. They luivc not done so, they wi.l not do s i, under am neces sity less pressiinr than that of desperate war, This is the language of .lames tl. lilaine in his letter of acceptance. He has no re gard for the truth aud the facts. The facts an-that the Supreme Court has decided that other money than gold aud silver" is "rec ognized" money, and does not depend on l. sperate war" to make it legal tender mon-y. He kuew when he penned the sentence that he was play ing the demagogue, for lie was not igmuaiit of the tireciihack movement iu Maine, which did "seriously contemplate the reeog nitioiiof other money" than silver and gold, and he also knew that the Supreme Court had decided that the tireeulsiek idea is tho urect one on the money que tion. He knows, too, that his party conspired in 1^75 to pass a law to destroy the very money that the court has upheld, and he knew that he signed every bill passed by his party while he was Speaker depreciate and destroy the («r-« liback dollar. He kn w that the people of this country do 's- rtously con template" changing the money s\st -m. and he knew that his party is now aud is been pledged to legislate against the (ireeuhiick dollar.— Hittvc oun that con" vention our party hUs organiz«d alll over the Union, artd throngh diset^ftjon and agitation, has been edncnting the the people to a sense of their rights afld iltities lo themselves and their eoilntry| Tiie e labors have accomplished won ders. Wo now have a great, harinon* ious party, and thousands who believe! in our principles, In Mm ranka trf otter parties. "We point with pride to ont* history."I We forced the refnofieti/.ation of the silver dollar} jirevented the refnnding of the public debt into long time bonds sectlred the payment of the bonds, tintil tho "beat I batiking system the wrtrltl eve* «Rw' for robbing the producer now totteri| because of its contracting fomidationj we have atoiped the squandering of our public domain npon corporations we have stopped the wholesale destruc tion of the greenback currency, and se cured a decision of the Supreme Court I of the United Rtnten establishing for- Notwithstanding all this, never Tin4 Tito Shliivt Pint Form*. I our history have the banks, land-grant I the Democratic p'atform attd the railroad*, and other monopolies, l»een| llepuhlican have a land plank. Both hold tint the public lands should 1m* reserved as homesteads for actual settlers bo'li de mand the forfeiture of all the unearned railroad land grant**, and both are opposed to the ownership of land hy alien absen tees, though the f)enioemt plank omits the Hcpuhlicatt ile. liirntiou against the acquisi tion of large tracts of the public laud by corporations or individuals. \et the two pnities that are thtts both united in the main utterly failed to enforce their alleged policy during the recent ses sion of Congress. more innolont in their demands for further privileges—atill more claaa legislation. In thia emergency the dominant parties are arrayed against the people, and are the abject tools of the corporate monopolies. In the last Congress they repealed I over $l'2,M!0,0tM) of annual taxes for the banks, throwing the burden upon thc| people to pay or pay interest thereon. 150th old parties in the present I Congress vie with each other in their e fl0,ts to further repeal tales In order I to stop the payment of the public debt and save the banks whoso charters they have renewed for twenty years. Not withstanding the distress of business, the shrinknge of wages and he panic, they persist in locking up on various I pretexts. $400,000,000 of money, every] dollar of which the people pay inter est upon, and need, and most of which I should be promptly applied to pay bonds now payable. The old parties are united—as they I cannot agree what taxes to re»»eal—in etVorts to squander the income of the (iovernment upon every pretext rather than pay the debt. A bill has already passed the United I Btutes Senate making the banks a pres ent of over £50,000,000 more of the people's money in order to enable them A joint efl'ort in being made by the old party leaders to overthrow the sove reign constitutional power of tho people to control their own financial ntt'airs, nnd issue tlteir own money in rder to forever enslave the masses to bankers and other usurpers. The House of Kepresentativm bus passed bills reclaiming nearly HIO,000,(MM acres of lanes granted to, and forfeited by, railroad companies. These bills have gone to (lie Senate, a body composed largely of aristocratic millionaires who according to their own party papers, generally purchased their elections in order to protect the great mo nopolies which they represent. This body has thus far defied the people and the House, and refused to aet upou these bills in the interest of the people. Therefore, we. tli National party of the I nited Stales, in national conven tion assembled, this 2'.'th day of May, A. D. InMI, declarr i. That we Iml.l the Into decision of the Su pre me Court 011 the leiral-tcndnr «|iiestioii to 1® a full vindication of tho theory which that partv ha» alwav* advoiated en the right nnd author* itvof l"tmrr»*s over the lie-ue of lejjal-tcndcr notes, and We hereby pit-due ourselves to uphold faid decision and to detenl the Const it ution awaiien alterations or niccndments Intended to deprive the |cot-le of itnv riirht or rivilciics conferred hy that Instrument. VV leman I the issue of such menev in sufficient iiiantiticsto Mippiv ho actual demandsof trad. and 'liiue rcc in ncc. !ance with tlie increase |m|,illation ami he development of our indus tries. VV.-demand tlicsiil.-titutinnof creenbacks tor national liank note-and th' prompt payment ot the public tf t. We want that money which M»vcd au count 1 y in time ot war, and which has yiv n it prosjH rity and ppuicss in |M-ace. We condemn the retirement of the fractional ctir r.-nt vaiid sm:ill d» n u.inatinns of urt-enitackr an I dt man.I th- ir ic-t. ration. We demand the i-sucot ihe hoards ot money now locked up in the l"lilted States Treasury ly applying them to the payment e.f the puiilic deM mw due •J. We denounce as .laiiuerons to our repub lican institutions tiio-e 111 th»«ls and i«ilicies of the Democratic and liepuhll.an joirties which have sanctioned or permitted the establishment of laud, railio.nl. money, and other liiiran'.tc corporate monopolies and we demand such Kovernmcntai action is may lie ic-cessarv to take tr.nn biu monopolies the p«i\ver» they have so eoriuptly and unjust Iv usur|H-.l and re tore t':eui to the people to w'hom they In-lorn: :t The public laii.ts beiiur the naturul inhcr itane tli-I eople. we denounce that jioliey which h.is i.ranted to corpointions vast tracts of land, and vvc demand that immediate and vig oious measures be taken to reclaim trom such cor|H»rations tor the |i.-opk-'s use and benefit all such laiid-uiants .is have been forfeited by ica son tit lioii-iultirin. nt of the contract, or that mav have licon wionutully actiuire.l lv cormpt icirislatioii and that such reclaimed lands antl otlu public dt main Ih- iiciicetoith held sacred tru-t. to be granted only to actual set tler- in limited t|iiantiti. and we demand that aii, n owiu rshiptif land, individual or corjiorate, fliM.ll be prohibited. 4. We demand t'onjrrewdonal regulation of in terstate comment we denounce "jHHilinir," stiH k-wat rini:. ami dis. rimiiiatiun in rates ami charues ami tnat tnsir.ss shall correct these abu-es. even it ne.cs^rv by the construction of national railroads we also dem nd the estali lishmeut of a governmental postal telegraph system. ft. All private property, German, Li:i him come—an Irishman, a a Scandinavian- wry body else he will be lifted ia voice, "To ileaveu"! not quite he will be lifted to a greater height than lie ever occupied before. It vs ill hcUeiit lh "M all.— all f. mis of money and oiiliyations to pay iimury, should in-ar their just pmjiortion of public tsses we We demand such rules for the movrrnmeut of Couuiuss as shall pla e all r« pr scntatlves ot the p-oplc u|s.n an eiual f. otimj and take away trom committee s a veto i*»wcr tfit utt thau that of the I'resident 10. The «,n Sti( n a» to the amount of duties to 1« levied ui on \kr.ouH articles ot ini|Mrt has Uh-ii ai/itatctl. tpiarrel over, aud h^sdivitled commuiiitics tor nearly a hundred \eurs It ia not now and never will b- settled unless bv the abolition of lu'-irect taxation It is a tonven lent Issue alwavs raised when '.lie lM-olile are e* (itod over abuses in th ir midst, while we tav or a wise revision of Hit tariff laws with a view of lai'-llitf rev. line tio 11 luxuries rather than Ut essarn s, we insist thut as au economic question its iiiipoi aucc is ii sn/uitit ani as oiapaicd with tinancial iasi the fercd our wor pani fur, wiicroat*, we iiave -i:f ani under low sui.l ulMundcr| 1 IIh. w.- have n hi li Urillf W.- have n ver fisffeivd a panic or ni-ii out tad.ri. .ntl w the volume of our lo ikhoj««fiotn cIom 1m I*or itii i The Standard Oil de niand a graduated income tax. (1. We tl-'Uianti an am. lioiation of the condi tIon of laboi bv enioreinu sanitary laws In in dustrial establishments by the aiwilition of the convict-labor system by a rurid insjx-ction of mines and factories bv a icductionot the hours if lalsir in Indusirial atah!i»hnit-nts ftsterimt of etluiatioual institutions alt.Msliin-.'chil labor. by thel antl by T. \Vc lontlt 11111 ail imiKirtatlon of contract la bor liiwdt with a view of retlut ing to starvation wanes the wotkimnucii of this country, and dt niand laws tor its pi event ion. s. We in-ist 111 on a eonstuutioiialamandmeiit reducinv! the teims of uited Hiates Senator* one-haif, a"tl iiiakiinc them elective directly by the |Kople: also making tlie to re-election il wlilh iiioih v in circulation waw a It t)Uute to th needs I lU lKict litve ill tai lueraand manufacture-!* iuoik v a iitap a- now give our banker#, and tfaw ©an j»»y hitfhl whk*"* cuiiijH'ld w i li lilt1 Wuuk| world, il For tht- pui|o)4e of u-r-tini th-" wii'f of ihc| iM-opk- upon tu subject-, we aic 111 tavorof -nb ttinK to a vol* if the ih*o| I au auu-udiucut| to the Constitution iu favoi ot wtiflia-c. r.-.-ard i.a.» ot Re*, aud al-u on t!»c fubjcci of tUu ii-juorl trattic .1 \i. All disabled soldiers of the late war ahould I Ix) c'liutably pensioned, and we denounce tho policy of kct piuif mm I urniv of otttcchol It liaviiix no «-t in. w ho»c only buf-in»» to pr.-vciit n tc l,11i -ii11 Urouutl" i ving .*oldici* lioiu ol Uiiiittg inn tlce fr« in the (iov. run I Ihcv lit Ipt !o av. 13. A» our name indicatce, wc area natn null puttv. knuMint no !•-1,•-1. no \V« rt. no Noith, no| JhjuIIi tlolial pi. judlt projarlv placi- iu uomination to.- the hiifhottnig of »t*te nu n Iroin auy i-ecti ju ol th« Inion We ai i**l fpl« U'licve iu I our principle* lo a«l us hy voictf. and ptu, «l4 vet**, MEVBSDEITS Furniture Warerooms I I E S O Are fully stocked at all times with Extension Tables, Spring Beds, Mattresses, Secretaries, Bookcases, Brackets, What-Nots, Wardrobes, Bureaus, Looking-Glasses, Bedsteads, Chairs, Picture Frames, Lounges and Sofas, Curtain Cornices, And all the approved styles of SEWING MACHINES. t'HricMaking will have Prompt Attention in all Departments. FRED MILLER, Manoftetarwr ud D«aler ia all kMllI Harnesses, Saddles, Collars, Bridles, Whips, Lashes. Boots and Shoes! The I.argeat, Baat and Ohaapcit Stock In CRE8CO, IOWA. Carr1a«re Trimming and IU pairing of all kind* ol •hort notice. Plastering Hair, Shoe Pega, leather and Finding* for 8h,eni*ker»' use conatautljr on hand. His rtcck in everything pertaining to the trade 1* somplete, and satisfy, tion aa to price*, material and workmanship warranted. Opposite Court House, Centennial Block, Siffn of the Itig- Collar. m* ruti» ntusR. P. L. CROBEL, MERCH4HT TAILOR Strother House Block, CRESCO, Has Jost teadndal Clothes for Fall and Winter Wear, which will be sold as cheap as money will bay fur anywneM, Girmmti Cut and Made to fits (Guaranteed. Prlcc as low the quality of Goods and Work will warrant. Cl th bought of m» for Garments will be cut FllEE of char«e, when t» lx-nnd-up elsewlit ra. •r i mc a-ul examine Good*, lcara price and leave your orders. -ltf STANDARD Preserves IJnen, (lives a lleantlfUl Finish, Prevents the Iron from Sticking, Saves Labor* 5 CENTS A CAKE. Ask BARBER & LOWRY for it, Or C. J. WEBBER. MADE BY Co, Clev*»l«»id, Ohio. DR. JOHN BULL'S SmfsTiicSyriJ FOR THE CURE OF FEVER and AGUE Or CHILLS and FEVER, AND ALL MALARIAL DISEASES. Th* proprietor of thia Mlabralad mtdi aiat justly elaima for it a iuperioritT ovci all remedies ever offered to the pablio foi the SAFE, CEBTADI, SPEEDY and PER MANENT eare of Agno and Fever, or Chill* and Fever, whether of abort or long tend ing. Be refers to tho entire Western and Southern country to bear him testimony to the truth of the assertion that in no case whatever will it fail to oar* if the direc tions are strictly followed aad carried out In a great many oases a siaflo dose has been sufficient for a car*, aad wbol* fami lies have been cured by a siagl* bottle, with a perfect restoration of tbo general health. It ii. however, prndeat, ana ia every cas* more cartaia to *ar*, if it* at* ia continued iu smaller do*ea for a w*ek or two after th* disease has b**a ohoekod, mor* especially in difficult aad loag-etaatiag *aa*a. Usu ally thu m*dioia* will not require aay aid to kutp the bowels in good order. Should the patient, however, roanire a oathartic medicine, after having taken three or (our dos«« of the Tonic, a single dose of BULL'S VEGETABLE FAHILYrLLLS will be suf ficitat BULL'S SABSAFA&ILLA is th* old aad reliable remedy for imparities of the blood d5 Bloud Pun&ers and Scrofulous affeouoas the King of CK JOHN BULL S VEGETABLE WO&M DE'iTHOYEK u prepared in the form of candy drops, attractive to the sight and pleasant to the taste. JJFi. JOHN BULL'S SMITH S TONIG SYRUP, BULL S SARSAPARILLA, BULLb WORM DESTROYER, The Popular Kemodios cf tho Way frtacl^il QSvf, ffj l«laH-4 lVL'ilVIU»f| SI. CONTINENTAL HOOF OINTMENT CURHS RACKED HOOFS, SPRAINS, SCRATCHES AND SORES En, catilt ri »!ij. -IN- Ask for it at Weiler'9 Irng Store. American Lubrication Oil Co., ITyl Cleveland, Ohio. FRED. MARTIN Has acraln assumed full control of CENTENNIAL MEAT MARKET, Which will, at all times, bo ftilly supplied with the liest the couiitry affords. Our terms' will continue to be cash in Imyini? or selling. We take pleasure ill referring to the Nitron* of this market, and assure tliem that we shall keep a full stock «r Fresh and Salt Meats! CgrPOl'LTRY in its season. FKESH FISH, HAMS and BACON. tsrCash paid for Fat Cattle, Sheep and Calves suitable for the market. CENTENNIAL BLOCK, CRESCO. IOWA. IALL I FABNSV0B33 BANKER8, IOWA. Exchange, Gold, Silver Qovemment Bonds Bought and Sold. Hade and Proceeds Praaptly Resnltted. tovarte Siawa on all the petnetyal ettis* wi IMna tt Suropa ta em to eatt. Besl Estate Bought And SHORT LINE. Sold OA Commission. TAJXB PAID FOR HON- RXSIDXim rnnirTt-—*- kylke litis UM^Ain 4e*erMS*, ttaiee Llee at redaew* i*fc |fe« Test—OUaeaa, Sea S 0a, •Units Hattoul Bank. Matleaal] Tup It own* au'l tiia rat. s I nw of thr terra "Short Line" In connec tion »l li the (HriK»rato nani- of a gr al road, i-oiiv»»ys an i«l a of jiMft what i« reniiteil ly tho ravelins inllie—a Bhort Line, Quitik Timi-anti th* rf —all of which are furniaht wav in America, iniMKl:i!iuiio rtat«'bt rail- I by tti CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE AN O $T. PAtft.. v, miles tif nal Jllii ta Northern niiuoi*, Wiwonsin. wiiuii 1,v. autl liak. u anil as Hh mala llia-K, liranch-(»nia, #i- ami i-oniiei-tlinin reach *11 the «ie»t biiwnoM Cfiitem of the Noithw. anil Far VN.M. II nat uiallv aiiswern the description 'f Short Lane, aul lent Itoutc between liieaa". Milwaukee, St. 1'aul antl Miniie- K|Mlll«. ... CliiiMK". iMauktf, I'urtac«), La rueae and Miitiiim. ... Chk-auo, 1II Haiik«t, Ort»uvillt, Almoara ainT Klleiulale. ... hi-Ms". MUwaukae, Kau C'lalrw and walir, I liltuk'n. a till- Miluaiike*-, Hmiikhii miiiI Mt-irlll. I liUui.'", .Mlltiiiukif. Ihati Ham, I ond da |jjrHiiilil»likui'h. Cliliiiijo, Mtlwauket-, U aukcklia aud Ikon- lilc'ilo' Milwaukee, Madl»ou aud 1'rairieda Cliii'HMo. Milwauk**, Owalauttt, MiwkaUi und I aribaull. ... (iiitajjo, litioil, ilauenville and -M literal «'»ii«nxu, Kltin, ltHklord anil l»iilui|ue. ('iiieaao. IIIIUIII. Uut-k KM'k laland. MiU'luti, Isiaud, cdar lla|Ult aixTTaiiui. .. ... C'bieaK", UulaM, t'oumil UiuSa aud lii aa« aulou, aioukl'itr, Hhiiu F«llisu4 taiikluii. i liimjfu. Milmuuki'i'i Albert aud bottlli em Miiiiieoola I'oinlj Cltiiaao. JdilaauktM:. Nt*oa lltii Stiteh«U ami CltaiuiM'i lain. lUx'k lolaud, UubuiiiWi Ml. I'aui and Minna tt|H)iit, ... DateuiMtrl, aluiar, St. I'aul and MUme aioii-. Miiwauke*-. Itaelua, tteluit, Vmntutf, «Ji4 MuIm)luvir A kit ton and AberOeei, Jitu *JU) Llur.) Pulluum Hh tp*r* and the far* iu Ihe u mlrf »r ruit uU the nt«lu In.es ,»f tht Ult 4tiO. Mil WAVHUK AKU ST. WAVL HAXi-HAl, au4 ewrj atuuiuii* ia paid to iaasenfeis by oourtoous employes ol the Company. S. U. Merrill, lifU'l UaXiSfl 4. I. tlaik, S*B'l At? firpW. tieu'l fa»f. A^enk «eo. It. UaaSwrd Amt allaAa