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TUi KIPLKtT ADVERTISE!!
fl. r. 1'OHIJ, Editor ond Proprietor. SATURDAY. AUG. 23. 18S4. NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET. QROYER CLEVELAND, or jfpw TOKK, FOB VICE-PBESIDKNT. TK9MJIS A. KEKORICKI " OF IVTDIAH4.. ?0 COKQBBl 2D DISTRICT, jASffjSI 1. JIQRQrAN , flfDMOTOpoyilTY. rilBLIC HFEAKlNtt. Jndge & F. Wora td Papt. , FwicU A, WflUf vijl pfc vpn the Unffoa Saturday therd An f ntf, 1884,, m Borer1!. Aentj. I - ir . , nc ;tt . . Vpuwa oiii wi(i aise. tneait upon the tariff wjth Dr. Henry Biggs, at LJ Bat, lonnessoe en Saturday 80 ih August. The letters oi acceptance of balk Cleveland and Hendricks ara pub hiked m this iasye ei the Adverti tor io tka polusipa, of stuck, ether matter. Both their brevity aad teulioaents will ne.do,ubt be indort ed and approved, bj tfc 4efl?ftcTCr fti ma ca.aairj. Democratic estimate of Cleveland's imaj tr ty iu t' state of New. York joo,uvo. ;'. '.. is SrtfAKl. AT UAKMQNT W attended tka picnic at Oar rumy grove last Saturday, and beard. ti) epett.ia.g- discussion ba tweets' thy opposing candidates for Congress tin's district,- liorgan ad ykalruers,.-' Tker wag a equa tiiviaie.n, I'tiw', ard the debate oc cupied, aboul tbrwe hours, during wkieb time very :ffod: order was e.b -r u hour, nnd waa. followed by ( tulerr it speech, occupying about the Mn length, ftf Ume KaclA o,f tk9 eaadjdataa tkaa mad foi,noj,muK4r, tk, w,aia tuoa tauiaau t im tfat Mt Itbout tbrsa W (( ,ud .kail &t (iVtaoapt to. gr arapoFtpftha dincuniaa, SafiUa t i sa.rt J udg &Ira laoMsstttlly pt. t ter argumau,t iada bjr Qea tJVHUeri, aa.d on uaax , pott achiaveil a, mtyit doidtd; Yictoj JJ. ti. M,w tka desaocra,cjal M;XA d.uiet iyw jkaajo ai Yib.oM lUajr t7 waHdaJ ptwd. l MKt RATH? SALLY.; IVKy th,f tivft p?t f a taLt, tkaianiocraaj" t V"' fe-t m . CHaYfla.4, -ao(ilfc ivd oran, etiibwfian- t U it v mjjnlojc fut lliat while mny jvrualaiij !,!ia entire irv IfUid aini lfM.tricM, not a, single denv Vi;;ilf. i','.yii J j!i,ipp.i'ts lh,e republicau - ' - 7v A MODXt LETTER. Cleveland Accept the Great Trust Ce. tided to Him. Ilia Seoliinente Maoly Xt UiioflySlNtcd. forth fa) Alkany.N.J, 4M,t 19.-Qay Clavalaaft fallar formally ooep tiag tka dattaeratie aaiuiaatjau far prafidait af tke llnitad Statfi i at Uoaiuraea l hT raaivaa year eaaamuaicatian datad Jaly 28 lbai, lutormiH nfa ml tar aamiaa tiaa ta tha ofEca af tke prasidaatof tka United States by tke national democratic oonrtnlian lately at leubled at Chieajo. I accept tke nemiaatiea ith a grateful appre eiatien of the itpreme keaer oqaftr- rea, aaa a spitma taase mi iqe re possibility wkich in itiasaeptanee 1 iuuiui. I kv earofttily ceagid ered tke platferm adapted by the eenveatin aad cerdially approve the same. plain a statement ol demeoraiie faith aad the principles pea which tkat party appeals to tke suffiapes tf tke people MM l PP1n?eqial explana It skpald e Keatemkerad tke flf Bee ef prendent is otsentjaly exep itjve in its nature. Tke Uwj en acted bT ta ! isUlive braaeh of tke orerarfaa.t, tie Pklf eaeoDvo is bound faikfully to enforce, and wkoa ke winder qf tke political prty whiah selost one et its aem bers as a naniinee fas that office kai patimed its palipj and declarod us principles, H seaini in me mat notkiar in the ckaracter of tke of fice or tke necessities of tke P4e re qniroi more from the candidate ae aepting sack a nomination than tke sajcestjon qf certain, veil known tratks to nbseintely vital to tke safety and welfare of the natiMO, tha( tkey eannot be too often re tailed or te.o terieiily enforced. We proudly call ourt a govern ment hy tha people. It it net such wken a class is tolerated wkiek ar rogates to, itself tke panagementof pnklic affaire, seeking to control tke people )nste4 f representing tkein. parties, are tqe necessary oatgrowtk qfqqr institutions, but a government ts net by tqe people when one party fastens its eentrol upon tke.conntry and perpetuates its power by eajeliqgand betraying the people instead ef serving theni A government is not by the people wken a result whick tku.'d repre sent the intelligent will pf free and thinking men it or tan be d,etarrniq ed by shameless theft ef tkeir toffm get. Vbena.n eloctinn. lo oHoe shal be tke soleetien by tke veteii ef ae of their nember to assume for a time a public trust, instead of kit dtdicatien to the profession of peHticr, Wken, the holder of the ballot, qnickeqed by a sense of du ty, shall avenge truth betrayed and pledget broken, aad wken tka suf frage . shall be altogether free and Keorrupt$d, a, f realization iif a geyernment by tke people will he a band, and e the niea..s ta thitiind net one would, in my judgment, be more effective tkan an amendmcat to tke constitution duqmlifyin: the prai4nt from re-eleetien. Wtien we ocndar the patronage of this great office, the a.llufeieat of pow er, tke teinptation. to retain pijbjic place once gamed, and Mora thvi all tke availability a party finds in an incumbent wkem a kord of office holders, with a zea! bern .f bftnofu-i, received and fostered Uy tke hope ef tavort yet to e:e, stand too ready to, aid with' money trained political service, wo recognise in Ike elisibiUty oitke president lor re ejection, 4 most aerieus danger to tkat calm, deliberate and intelli gent political aetien, wkik nst characterise a government by the people. A true American sentnnettt rec ognizes tke dignity of labor aivd tke (act tkat honor he i Uxaet toil. Oontentad labor ii a sign ol nation a,l prosperity. Ability to work constitutes the capital, and tke wages oi labor tke interne ef a vast uatker ml our population, and this iaterestahould be jealously protect ed.. Uur woringon are not aik iag unreasoJiable indulgence, but at intelligent and manly citizens they seek; tke tamo consideration which these demand who. have oth or interettt at atake. They thonjd teceive their inll share oi the care and attention of thoe who, make and execute the laws to the end tkat tke wants and ncedt of the em ployers and. the employed shall auke be subMrved, and the pris PrUl of; the country, tha eemmon heritage o( both, be advanced. At relftteiV to (kit subject, kilo. w,e &h,e.uld e,t discourage the emigration ef the. wrho cou to, acknewledif aHaiaaoe to, o,ur goveriiment and a l l to our tiitizun Pipula(iOH, yet u,s auieans of pit taction to our workiagnr.en a di.Tr eatrnle should prevail concerning those who, if tker cesne, or ore bruught to our land, do at intend to become Arice,"bHt wjj jn juriepsly compete wjjh ;kese lust'y eaUiled to our fieid'ef iil5r, A lttr acceptiag the naiuaitMi,of tke eiljjc af governor tw yeart age' ( mdm the following statement, I which 1 have strictly aihercA "The laboring classej cosstufie the mam part of er population. They should bo protected in their efforts peaceably 46 assert 'tkeir rights when endangered by aggre' gated capital, and all statutes ' on this subject should recognize the care of the ttato for honest toil, and be framed witk a yiow ef the werk ingnie.,J . ' ' A proper regard for ike' welfare ef tke werkingoun being insepara bly eenneutod witk the integrity of enr institutions ueno of oar citjjieas are mure laterestod than; they in guarding against any. ceiTnpijngin tlaences wbichseek tp perverrth bonehdsnt purposes of our gOfA, meat, and none should be ffiore" watchful of tko artful machinattens of those who allure thain to selfVin flito4 injury. In a 'free country the curtailment e ' tkp ahsoiule rights of thjt) Individual ikowtd only PHpi) M is nt:al.tft the;ppaet n4 gqd order nftho (jpniifiQiiity. rk.o litqit hatweeii the proper sub jepttqf gererHmental cQtrl, and thOlP f hifb can ha more fittingly loft to the moral sense and soft-im pqp4 restraint nf (hp citijsen should be carefully kept in view., Thus laws unnecessarily iptorferring with thebaqitt and customs of any or our pteplo, which are not e,Qen- sive to tke mo. raj sentiments ef tke civjlied world, and wkich aro ,eqn sislent with good citizenship ; and the public welfare are unwise and vexatiouc. ... The eoKimereo pi a nation, to i great eaten,t detemmeaits tipreina acy. Uhoap and easy transportation should therefore bo liberally loUr ed within tha iuitt of tke constitu tion. le general governtaent skonldso improve and p.reteot its natural water ways at will enable the producer af the country to reach a profitable market. The people pay tke wa.get of the public employes and they are nti tied to tke fair 'and Jiuiet wk which tke money thus paid should command. It is tha duty of these entrusted with the management ol their affairs to see that aur.h public service is ferth'temins,.' The selec'- tien and retention ot. aubordinafea in government employment should depand upon their ascertaiuedjlt ness and the value 'of their werk, itid thvy should bo neither expect ed aor allowed to do que tunable party service. Tiie interests of-lhe people will bo better protected, tke estimate of pu blic labor and du ty will bo immensely iinpro'ved, pub.Ua employment will be open to all wit' demoustrnte their fitnots to enter it, tke unseemly scramble for plce under the governinant Willi the consequent unportnnity which embitters rjUicial life will cuc and the public dopartmeats will 'not be filled with these who eonceivcf'it.to be their first duty to aid the party to which tkey owe tkeir places in-, stead of rendering patient and hon est return to the people, I be'ievo that the public temper is such that the voters of the land are prepared to support tke party which gives the kett promise ef administering tke government in the honest, simple and plain manner wkiek is censi.t ont with its ckaracter and purposes. Ikey have learned that mystery and concealment in the management of their aQairs eater tricks and betray al. The statesmanship they require voasuvo ih uuuoatj o,h irugaiMT, a prompt reacente to the needs f the people a,t 'hey nrise and the vfgMaut pxete.cltoa of all their varod idler Oltl. . i If I thonld bo, called to the Knief mtgistracY of the nation hr the suf fraget ef my fellow citizens, I will assumo the, dntiet of tht high efgec with t. solemn detorniinatiou to d4icte everv effort to, tka toun try's good, and with an humble re liance npen the fa,Yo ud mnnort of the Supreme Boieg who, 1, be- Uoe, wm aiwnyt West konest. hu man endeavor in tke conscientious duohinrgo ef public dnty." : v ' QRQYER CLEyELAm To Col. Wm. F. Vilat. Okairman. and D. f. Bettor aa,d elSort, Members of tko IS,etifiation com mittee of tke Denjocratio Natien- Convention. - Ya, The cendilioa ol the Kev.v Dr Qraves, w,ao was stricken with pa ijatysis ojp, last Sunday, was toueh improved yasteMay and hopes are now tntert sine J of his recovery. Apical, 2nd. IIESDairs'S LETTER Of AO ciiprascE. . Short but to the Poiot. I9UM4PLlt, IxD.y August 20. The fallowing is a copy ot lr.-(iov. Hendricks letter of acceptance of the Hentttcrslic peminatien for the Vice-Presidency. - - . GOV. nK2(CRICIi' LETT IK. iKbiiNAPeLia, August 20, 183J. UKSiLiiMES I have the honor to acknowledge the re.cejpt of your comrauuicaiieu notifying we of my nomination by ike Democratic Convention t Cbicago as a caudi date for tka office ef Vice-President of the United States. May 1 repeat what I said on another occasion, that '-it is a nomination which I had neither expected uor desired, aad yet I recognize and appreciate the high honor douo nie by the conven tion." The choice of fish a body, pronounced with tilth unusual una niraity and accompanied with so generous an expression of esteem and confidence, ought to outweigh all merely perseasl desires and preferences ef mv own. it is witk -tkis feeling, and I trust also from a deep sense of public duty, tkat I now accept tko nomination and shall abide tko judgment of my countrymen. I have examined with care the declaration of princi pies adopted by the convention, a copy of which ."iu submitted to use, and in their sum and substance 1 heartily indorse and approve Vhe same. .1 aqi, gentleman, your obe dient servant, T. A. HENDRIOK9. To the Hon. Win. F. Vilas, Chairman, Nicholas M. Bull. Seoi,tary. and others I' the Committee oi' th,e )(qtioqiil DuiUQ cra(iu Qonveatiuij, The New York demooratio skate com -mittec has received 1820 reports from the 2000 election districts. They are miiuly satisfactory unl show iha- from 4O.Q00 to 70,000 republioana will vote for Clovelaud. Outside of New York city Duller has no foXovyino; and Mr. Tilden is reported to ho doing so ne verv'quiet aud effootive work tor Cleveland., The letters of acceptaace. a.re now all in and .the last is the best. Hendricks takes the premium on the best docu ment because it is the briefett.. Ava lanche, A free trial ef Fref.- Harris' Pas tille treatment for nervous and physical debihtj iu men can behad ot Uarrii Kettfedy Co'., St. touit, Wen. Gialmcrs and Jud-je Morgan ara the Congressional uminoes iu this dis trict. The jacu will bu a cl'iae one. a no tormer ta natsa strong ao-w as he washvay&irsago. He received eme Ucnidoi ativ votiig then, the aolid eup port of the In lepeudeats, aad Republi cans. Ha wilt get the last- this timot none ot the tu-st,: and very: , few Inde pcidenU. Tiut at kast 13 the caqli- ti)u in this county, . Gbu. Chalmers avows him-self in favor of the protec tive tariff, which, iacrcas33 the expen ses of living iO par cent. Judge Uor- gnu is opposed to protection, and in fa-, vor-efa" tariff. -for. revenue onLy.- There we have an is3o on .pjrin.cinle, and so far as wo are concerned we pro pose to rigut it out ou that gro.u.ad. Asmand Kemster. The most delicate persont enjoy taking Emory's Little " Cathartic Pill. They restore color, give n wholesome appetite, put bow life in a broken-down body, they are pleat ant to take and tkeir action if vary uild. Pruggistt tell them. 15 centt. Butler's announcement that he will run for the presidency has anchored the New York Sun, and that journal now "sJWiie.i" far the qocked-eyed son o the QU Hay State, The Oifle'reeee. The difference between, the charges against Cleveland and thoae against Blaine it that these igainst Cleveland have boon prov ed rALsa and those against Blaine have been raeVEp. tkvb. The first it only a campaign lie, Ihe other it based eat proefa ua4o and.estab- isked for jearti and relate t offl cial miscouduct of Blaine, while the official record ol Cleveland it with out a blemiik Uolly Snringt South. ' : . Reports front 'cotton worms an coming in from all directions, aad fears are entertained that the crops ill bo. d..ns,aed by thera. cov, rARALTZHD IN HIS PULPIT. Dr. J. It. Grsvcit Stiiokee With Paral ti in the Midst of Out of th Most i:io(jueut Stciuons of His Lite. W bile filling the pulpit of the First Baptist church yestAday; Dr. J. It. Graves was stricken with paralysis aad was Uikcu home In a condition which excited the gravest fears. The an nouncement that Dr. Graves would preach at the I irst Itaptist church drc w out a much larger congregation thau is usually assembled during this w inn weather. The minister had been in ex cellent spirits all the m truing, and n-.:V-er had he given promise of u liner sar uion than vhen he gradually unfolde I his argument, the necssiity of. VI mo.i and all nations tor a Go I an 1 :t roli'un. lie was hardly launched forth i it ) tha body of bis discourse wh?u it was no ticed that he occasionally h jstta.Qd and seemed lost for-ti worxl-a very umisu:. al thing for him. . Thuso symptoms gradually grew worse. He had an in clination to lean over towird o.io idj of the pulpit. He m.idq a desijaratu; effort to go on with his sorm u, and a number of the eongregatioij, who had beeu watching Uiui clqsely, grow very much alarmed. Almost at the s uq s ia- stantMr. R. G. Craig, LW R. 11. Pegramand Wr.'Hatchott left their seats aud hurried to his assistance. They reached him not a moment t o soon. Mr, Craig caught knn m his arms as he was in the act of fulling. Dr. Graves gave no sign of pain, though ha was at first unable to speak. The congregation began to crowd aroqqd, but were soon made to under stand what had happoaeJ and dispers ed. The suifei eA in ;i o tl n vole J, 'ri ques.ted that a ruai hymn he su i anl the congregation dismissed- He nam ed';Qn Christ, the solid Rock, I stand.'' While the hymn was being sung ho ex plained to those about him that-his right side, urn; aad lug was u elesj, but his had did uot seen to be in the least effected- Hj was convey ddtj a car riago and to his residence on Union avenue, where he arrived without grow ing any worse. . His "dfe and daughter and other members, of his t'a.aily dis played: the most, heruiu fortitude and did qqt give "way until "they reached home. Llrs. Frayser aiuf $ gers .vei'o suinin.o.aed, aud the ia&er 'ii.i's' beeif attenidiug him very 'cloadVy eVets&C'e'.-'" About d-.iadr.vn' he ' was - appareutly growing worse. Hi s'woch was sioiv and triffleiJlt estinilay-- nrorniuatti at noon, ln's -t'onyue was stiiE . At -supper, time he was no. better, -and Dr. Rogers thought the crisis would be readied some time -: during ...the uight. Dr. Graves, baa. ; tabied his. sixty fifh year, and though vg roas for a man of Ws tigo tlw 4J.vavosi dou'ow of hisresvory arc cutQVtaingd.---Memp'ais Appeal, 10th inst, ' ''' : The Cleveiaud scandal has turned out to be a malicious lubrication and we are watching to soe if thti papers that published the-scandal will' publish the repert of the com mitted of Independent Uapublicaa that investigated it. Col. W.D. Holder, of Lafayette county, Miss., is a eaadidate. for i: l. ! . . . Anuiier, subject to tne action of the St at 4 Democratic convention 12 months hence. Col. Holder has resided in tha State since 1339 and hat rendered tko ttate some ten- ice but has. never yet held an effl.ee. He is eminently qualified for the no titien and should he be nominated and elected would discharge the dit ties thereof faithfully and efficient Chalmers, ef Mississippi, has a! ready taken the stump for Blaine w.l-'".. - It is only a few years tho fall of 1876 that Blaine called Chalmers to his face, a"o:d-bloodd butcher of innocent negroes.'? - Admitting that Mr. Blame was right tken he it welcome to Chalmers' tupport sow. (jralvosten News. Blaine Snag for Slander. I answer to the charge of profli- gaey against Cleveland the Indian apolis Sentinel has tUted that Blaine teduced hit wife and was compelled to marry her at the end of a shot-gun. .Blaine saya this is a lie aud hat brought suit against the editor, valueing tha reputation of himself and family t .$55,000." it ought to be worth that if it is worth anything. ,' J&Jt we condemn tke Sentinel for making tke' charge even if true.-Uuily SpringYSoiilhJ 511 S m 4 5 III HU FOR TKE CURE O? Or CHILLS sndfEVE (NO ill KAUSUJ. -BlsSAifS. J : The ortK.-ietar ef th'tit MtaWoted 'medW.f'! . tint juotlv clMras for it a auprinrttT over .': all remeilltH evar oli'orjd u '.is pa'uno tot - -' the SS-FE, CEHTAXS, and fKft. . - MAliiS'X onto of Agni tx.1 i'svor, or CkUtg and lever, whtar c-f ihori or jtind; . big. He rsfirtto its tiiii Wester -aud I Southern country tebrar iin ketlmuny to tho truth of the eeserUen . in aaM ' whatever wtU it fell So ecrs If tha dUeo. ' ' tions are strictly feUewcd and oeytti ont. In a pnxit many oeia a tingle fete hoe ' ' been tuffloicat tit a eon, aad wheie ftati. , lioi hive hoea oar4thyi tinfia otU, with a porfoot restoration ot .o general beaitli, -It is, bowevoc, prndnt, m is orery ease -. more certain to ouo, if ittose is aeainn4. ' ' in emoMer doses tor awooker twe after the - dittoes has bcon theoked, r.bre eepetrtAllf ' .' indi&ouJt and loLstasiinj .. Be- ; ally thii medietne wjl net rjake my old -to itsep tia botU ia fpod order. SUeuld -the patient, hovaver, rxinire oathsrtie , modicum . altar haYia taaea three et fear doMi of the T;ni, a Hiigle doae of BUUL't VQTABU PAJtllY ?IXU wU be ea . fiolent - - BiMAPAKXU U the eJd and' n . - j .teUittila remedy far IajyariJieo-K the Meed iu.il RK.rvcuiwua MHvuyui i m Mp t.t t Ka iiiiu -tutrrta ttmitti'Ot wwtr'" . DBSlBOIrXit ia prepared i the mrai of oandy drops, attcaoKve w mt ttgltl end ptoaeaat to the laese. ,r - sb. jroxxxv zauz.i.'a 8MITH'8 TOWie 8YB0P, - BULL'S 8AK3APAi!!liA bull's waaa destroy, The Peputar Remodtoo of tha Bof. . , PrtseHial OOeo, SSI Nolo St.. MirjIsVttW, n CSAPiSTEEDCa ron ' ; ; SCROFULA, SYPHILIS, RH2UM4T1S8, AND MA DI8EA8B8 Of TMS ' ;- ElDOOtriSKLI host lowism BiSoirofa ANO cemimnmi ALTERATIVE - EVES US2D, ' rt v., e v .(: n TiVo'ira-trttiiiSiiii-i i Mn 1 - ISVH- LEo -Kft 4 fBOMITOnV -Nov.' 3. Jr. Vf Kentucky lluUvrnltr, Xonlngtoa. "Bf, Time Ui.contnkt. tho Vui iiipl-; Btvrineoi Ccwe I vtclcn. ATwa Total (fast, (Mluilas TvdiMi, m of ftoHi. LnMei ixolvtd. ,(w0 tAiwooMnJ irMUkMM, tint M poi.Hi latt yew from !!, t ror r.t Xft fr,.m tt Stftotm. IlK ss'W-JiiIS rr-Mttttuiy'p4 taCl'fJnttQy f'ortod by KtcewtotM, . a-olni eourtM Jor Tkhm m4 Um, L'alrtiwlv 01Uiiu,pfMom4 U hi ai.diM.. VbU leitfiel of j foi Its h-fcltMalneewi uji nfiAtlr, wl It mm WeMttif BaUrWol. . rail JlMtiwA sawai Sff. tk. fr aerettlHB aad ftril pawtkulArA. MMIUW f. U. B3XM, Ualhgtol, Et Anvl. Via-; in o s 'I'mtl fqir l7 inn U..nil' actc,,H .. fl. .30, i!.;o i!ff M.v. ;lmt- '' J-". Iutjaj. lfioe. one fire to. V WAR km. . lir.-;t j oj-i, s -iio ?ei O; lniir. A -"? -wtuit-u. -Ti rii- ,or cm ii!im. , - '. tllliK'JIY AXViL 4 visa CO, t,:n.oiT- u t ' A-(j. ?, i&-84-.iv j; :';.. ;. . of1 thU pnre wlao le a elmrtlo Tego. tnfcla ftrtrHo without tntoxlcoUtj I j 4nnUMee,.a,nd''0M pvoTwl to be the t-1 nioet oetonlnhlnfrTONiC rOB WOKE f, tmown to. modlcnl eaiouoe. ' I file has been in iMlmto heaTiTWfcT " yotire. She .uttered fcirf illTlt- month with i peJnn andrSStTe ZJZZ? hMttt. , ?i".rL,us ?l Of ul rtore bf Vinwhtlu,woutonT McElroe'itPinoof Otudnll.. mended for pnlnfol monthly hblt, Debility, and ae timlo (or detteoSo tadlee. It wok tented la '1000 m tnera, It oetaa. 7 : - """"""i na restored Hum. I """OS WTO., to h4Mltk ' Ml kapHw.,, Drng-gliits id II ej 1 1 I - t Atwos 's 1 -?"v tst ( hat roe C-Jfe" -i;? - -7 x-i-m CHATTAHCOCA, TEHJ,"