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'VOL. VI NO 33 PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS. THURSp AY, :JUNE 26, 1884, 150 IN ADVANCE. r PlilliiOBliorg Herald, PCSLIS2ED EVERT TBCESDAT, -by- - ' BISSELL. STLIGHTF00T. EDITORS. . ' Secret Societies. IO. O. F. Phillipsburg Lodge No. 165,iKeta every Wei i mday. Xieittft brethren orlialiy innled tn' attend. W. W. Asdjsrsox, (J. ' K. X.M.Dutcber, Rec tfec'y. ' . , A; F-itnd Ai TA. : V ' . rhillip8hur Lodgre number 1&4. mkr.every Saturday on or before the fall moon, fsstting brethren cordially invited to attend. y. T. M. lutcher,882y. 0. S. Lows, VV M K.of P. ' Cresent Lodge number 42. meets ev-ery Mon day evening. Vieiting brethren cordially invit ed to attend, David Makkek C.C J. Jackson, K of ft and S. . G. A- R. Tbllitburg Popt number77 raeetjf Saturday after full moon. Visiting comrades welcome. . A'raKK iiTKAIH, 1 L. WW.. Anderson, Adj. Church Directory.. Jl. E. Church Hev, K- Allen, every alter nate Sabbath at 11 o'clock A. M. nd7 o dock P. M. commencing May Ctb-.ISSH. rro.-b; terib Her. Uieo-liracken .every sab . bati morning at 11 o'clock. Alternate evenings At8. . .. Union Sabbath School Kvery Sabbath at 10 . o'oclock .a.m.: . Tresbytcrian Sabbaih School At the church very Sunday at ll a. m ' - Union '. Prayer Meeting Kvery. Ihurday -evening, , OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Govcrnor ...... ...1..G. W. G.llck. LJeut. Governor D. W. Finney. beeretary of State James Smith. Auditor.. E. P. McCabe. Treasurer Sam. T. Howe. fiupt. Pub. Instruction. ....H. C. Speer, AtUrney General W. A. Johnston. Public Priuter...T. Dwight Thatcher. tt c a .. f J. J. Ingalls. U.S. Senators p j Plumb. District Judge fttate Senator.. ypresentative...... Ci'k Dist. Court County Clerk Reg'r of Deeds Treasurer....... ..W. H. Pratt ........Geo. H. Case. W. H McBrhle .G. A. Siiauidiiu?. ...J. W. Lowe. Bitner Smith. .....JD. L. Smith. .. .John Woods. Sheriff. Hupt. Pub. Instruction.... a. Xjcwis. Probata Judge. ...... ..PI C. Rpaulding. -County Surveyor W.-1U Stubert. County Attorney S. W.McElroy. Coroner .. O W Gaudy ( 1st Dist, H. Moulton. Commis'rs 2d Dist, J. H. Close. (3d Dist,...T. M. Bishop. ,Hupt..Poor Farm...... .1. E. Dixon. District Ciuft sits the fourth Mon A&y in March and fourth Monday in Jjepteiiivt.'iii regular session. Commissioners Court sits : the first Monday in January, the second Mon day in April, the first Monday in July inoTthe lirst Monday in October, iU regular sessions. .PHILLIPSBTJKO-. - 3Iayor C. A.Lewis. Police Judge...;... Frank Slrain. - Coukcii men i J "W. Lowe, B. C. Cummlngs, Chaa. Dickey,' N. Poling .and C. H.'Leffingwell. ' - lerki.;....... .. W. S.nodgras8. - Treasurer.......:........ G. W. Young., City Marshal B. t . Delpli. BUSINESS CARDS- ; . G.. BRUNER. v ' Tiri-; siiQp; . Itopfinjj4 Sheeting and' : Itepairing p'orapt)yrand lieatlydoiie. S- C; Gum mings. Livery, Feed & Sale Stabie- f M Good rigs at rea-onable rate.. Wm.Bissell-Real-Estate Loan Tgent. Business before the U, b,. Land Of fice at Kirwin, Kansas, and before tha Department at Washington, D. C.J promptly transacted Central : &bus& . E; ALFAUQH. fKroprletor. . PHILLIPSBURG. - KAI2SAS. Good sample .rooms, for commercial, travelers. . Feed , stable in connection with house. - - ' McELR0Y & WW, ATTORNEYS & COUNSEL- PHILLIPSBURG.' - KANSAS Furbish abstracts of title, malfr co! cctiota,nd tracVuct a ijcntTal land and law biitios. U. 8." Land Office at Kirwin, Kansas; . : . ; ... - June 12, 1SS4. Editor Herald: Patents have been received and recorded at , this office, and are now ready for delivery for the following parties in Phillips county, Kansas: William J Stanley Peter J Miserez Theodore Benedict Kate Gilbert S Nelson Jerry Beverly John T Vern on Susan A Herwick John P Pepper "" . " Ruth H Ham Nancey Waiumack Nelson Burst Jer Ranrisden John Hahnenkratt John Haulon Mary'H Cole ; Eli Hinston William Flowers Jaoies I Banks . Henry Hubvr Henry White George W Adams Adam Goode - Isaac G Hawley Jackson Rambo . Mary L Weldon Chas A Jackson Byron M Kelly Wm J Wallingford Fletcher Wilson Wm C Glavind William Tfiirout Martin Zimmennan Curtk J Olds Wm E Borers Alf d Van He Water Americus V Phillips Dan'l G Hoover George W Bhamy Dan'l L Marshall Thomas Mize Biehard Jj Greene onus David Harmajj Lipps Albert Morris Francis A Stockman Aaron Baker Mary Ehr John Donaldson James Walker John Larnley Joseph R Wood James R Farn worth Jfery. J.JJult H'mA ilurnside George S Ferguson Thoruas Hkelton Louis B Roland "IClJjah M Burr is T T T 1. J . T ill KJ JVailKlIl Job n JcG raw . Abram Coppers JOJIN BlSSELL, Register! R. R. Hays, Receiver. Tramp! tramp! the Grand Armj- boys are going to join the grand excursion via Missouri Pacific R. R. to Minne apolis, Minn Reduced rates Special trains. Fare for round trip less than the fare ona way. Don't fail to see the agent or write to the undersigned for full particulars regarding the faro limit, etc., etc., etc. L. A. Emerson. Gen'l Western pass. Agent; Missouri Prcific Ry., Atchi son, Kansas. The Weekly Capital and Farm ers JOUIiNAL, TOPEKA, KANSAS. The Gkeat Farmers' Newspaper. The Weekly Capital and Farmers' Journal will be sent to any -address the balance of 18S4 for 50 cents. Every man and woman wlio wishes to have an intelligent idea of the po litical situation in the national cam paign should take plenty of ..papers. First of all secure your 'home county paper, and after" that send for the Weekly Capital and Farmers Journal the stalwart Republican weekly. 8 paves, 5G columns, which will be sent to any, address in Kansas, or to any -person out nf the State for the balance of 18S4, ' for 50 cents Send at once address J. K. Hudson Topeka, Kansas. The Russian Mulberry. This valuable fruit, forest, and orna mental tree was brought here by the Russian Mennonites. The tree is a very rapid grower. 1 1 will grow twen ty feet high, and from six to eight inches in diameter in six years. Will make a fence post in live years growth that will outlast oak or cedar.. It commences to bear when two years old and is a prolific bearer. The fruit is jet Dlack and ban a- line aroma tie.lia vor, is used for desert as wc use black berries, splendid for canned winter use. It should be remembered that this tree will stand hot, dry weather better than ash or any other native tree. These trees can be had of, the Blue Mound Nursery 'Jo., Llnri. coun ty, Kansas, in any quantity at $5 per iiundred. . .. Final proof nctiee No. 1500. Land office at Kirwin Kana, June 23. Notice is hereby given that the folowing named settler has filed notice of his in tention to make final proof in support of his claim and that said proof will be made before . the Clerk of the District Court or Probate Judge at Phillipsburg, Kansas, on August 5, 1884, viz : Heph zibsh Woolsey. Hd 7723 for the east half 1 of the south-east qr and east half of the nortn-east qr of. sec. 2 town 1 soaith of range IS west . He names the following witnesses to prove his residence upon , and cultivation of, said land, viz : A. C; Mendee. W. Mendee, Dallas MeGrath and R. E. Heth, all of Myrtle, Kansas. John Bissell, register. x Wm. Bissell, attj . 6-2G7-31 PUBLIC NOTICE. . - State of Kansas, ) In the District Phillips Couaty : Court for said .j County Emma L. Warren, plaintiff 4 Y ,V3. SNo647 Robert II. Warren, defends y Said defendant Robert H. Warren will take notice that he has been sued in the above named "conrt4 and must answer the petition filed therein by said plaintiff on, or before, the 9, day of August A. d. 1884, or said petition will be taken as true and judgement for plaintiff - in said action for a divorce from defendant, for custody of minor children, for title to certain lands; for 500.00 alimony and easts of suit will be rendered accordingly. . Attest'. G. A. Spauldikg Clerk cf e&id Cotirt. ' IXcElroy & HcCcraiek A!tys.."fcr. Kaintiff, Wha .taCct Wheat In about three weeks the wheat har vest will be ready for the reaper. :Bad straw, must and, mildew, ii4 the less of much grain -by shelliD' out, eoine or all of these -will be the penalty for allow ing the grain to stand until it is dead ripe. As to the quality of the kernel, the Germantown Telegraph remarks . "It should remembered that wheat la composed of . gluten, starch and bran. Gluten is the nourishing quality of the grain which makes the flour stick togeth er in the hands of the baker, and gives weight to the grain; and there. is the greatest quantity of gluten in th8 grain just, when the straw is yellow two or three joints from the ground, the head turns downward, and when you can tash the grains between the thumb and finger without producing any milk. It may, therefore, be set' down as an indis putable truth that every day the wheat stands after this stage of ripeness, the gluten decreases in quantity and. the bran increases in thickness , and thus di minishesjln. value, in addition to the dan ger from mast and other risks. Besides early-harvesting, where clover has beea sown with the wheat, gives the young plant a better opportunity to push ahead o that it will iff ord earlier pasture at the beginning of autumn and thus pro vide excellent food for milk cows, it be ing at that time very nutritious, with out the pasturing having any injurious effect upon the general crop the follow ing year. In fact, from a number of carefully not ed experiments or tests made by intelli gent farmers as to the results between early and late harvesting of the wheat crop, decided advantages in favor of the former have been clearly estahlisked.5 Industrialist .We notice quite a number of the jour nals of the State speak very favorably of Dr. Will am Bishop of Salina for the office of State Superintendent of Public Instrnction. we feel confident to say that the Doctor if elected will make one of tho most efficient State5 Superinten dents we ever had. The positions which he held in our Universities and colleges , the active purt whieh be has taken in the educational field for'a num ber of years is sufficient proof of his qualifications. That he is an earnest and effective worker in the education al field we have the assurance from the good work done in our county during his office of County cuperiutendetn and h e par taxed in teachers institutes and other educational meetings. Brookville Transcript." - . REPUBLICAN STATE CONVENTION. -A delegate Convention of the Keoub- licans of the State of Kansas will be held in the city of Topeka, on WEDNESDAY, JULY 16, 1884, at 4 o'clock p. m., for the purpose of placing in nomination candidates for S te officers and electing a Republican State Central Committee. The officers, to be nominated are as follows : One Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. " Associate " " " (to fill vacancy .) " Governor " Lieutenant Governor, " Secretary of State. Auditor of State. ' Treasurer of State. " Attorney General. " State Sup't of Public Instruction. It is recommended that delegates be selected in County convention on Sat urday, J uly 12, "an thai the primaries be held Saturday, July 5, in such manner as the several Republican Co. Central committees may provide. County Central Committees should give at least two week's . notice of the time of holding conventions, by publi cation in the county papers. It is ordered that delegates forward a copy of their.credentials to .the Secreta ry of the Republican State Central Com mittee at Topeka, immediately following their election By order of the Bepublican State Cen tral committee. A,. L.sKeddkn, Attest s. -3 : ? - Chairman. Wirt W. Walton, Secretary, v .. :, Topeka, May , '84 . . ; Greenback Anti-.Monbpoiy Coiiyestioo.; . A delegate convention of the Green back Anti-Monopolists will meet at Downs, Kan., Tuesday, 3 uly 22, !84, at 10 o'clock a. m., for, the purpose ot nominating a candidate for Congress. The basis of representation will beone delegate from each organized county, and one additional delegate for each 100 votes or fractional part of fifty votes -or over, cast for A- .P. Elder," Green back candidate, for ; Secretary . of State in ISS2, whih -would give Decatur........ 1 Osborne:. '....5 Eilfe.w....... 1 Phillips... Ellsworth.... -2 Rawlins.... 1 Graham 2 . Rooks ...t Jewell. .13 Lincoln. .....S Mitchell t Norton.-..: Russell. ...... ......2 Sheridan . 1 Smith ..1.6 Trego .1 It is recomnvended that couuty con ventions be held at the respective coun ty4eata on Saturday, July 19, '84. . . C. J. Laiid, Ch'xs Con. Coia. THE FOUHTll AT i'AHVlfi. j Harvin, Kaksvs, junk 18, 1884 In. accordance with a previous call . a ' large and enthusiastic assemblage of leading-citizens met fit O'Neil's store to make arrangements for celebrating the 4th, The meeting was called to order by.C.'H. Edgeeomb, and A. Troup Sr. was unanimously slewed chairman of meeting, and T. J . Tooly secretary. It was moved and seconded that we have a general celebration and basket pic nic in Ewell's grove near Marvin on the 4th, carried. The. next thing in order was the elect ion of officers cf the day, and the select ion of committees to make the proper arrangements for the "occasion. Dr. Miley.was unanimously elected Presi dent of the day, J. Elston first vice pres ident and J . V. King second vice pres ident, y . - Moved and carrie that A. F. Stevens act as .marshal of the day , Lee Scrivner Thos. Cox, Oscar Bush, Frank Horn and H. Grubb were unanimously chosen to act as a-sistant marshals. Committees A. Ewell, M. Beckley, L. A. Oopeland were chosen for the committee on grounds. W. F, Wrightj Dr." Stevens, W. F.. Solomon and A. Troupe sr., were chosen as a committee to select a speaker and reader. - Mrs. 'EdgecomB, Miss Maggie Dar nell , Miss Katie Troupe, J . C. Hess , N. W. Gibbs and John GNeil wer elected for financial and executive committee. W. F. Solomon and T. J. Tooley were otiose n for committee on pro gramme. A. Troupe Sr., Dr. Miley, A. EwelL Dr. Stevens and W. F. Wrhrht. w-ene chosen for committee on toasts. I'erry Copeland, Jerry Chester and Wash Solomon were chosen as a com mittee to make arrangements for the display and performance of the 'hon orable order of horribles." . r C . II. Edgecprab was elected chair man of the committee on fireworks, as sisted by Dr. Stevens and L. A . Gone- land. . - IS, W. Gibbs Miss Kate Troupe. Miss Alrnira Iee and Miss Mattie Kidd were selected for the committee on music. Moved and carried that a copy of the minutes of this meeting: be sent to each of tjie county papers, and that all who feeli po disposed are hereby cordially lnvuea to tane part with us in the eel ebration. On motion the meeting ad journed. ' A. Troupe, Chairman, J.J. Iooley. Secretary. PjioaiiAMME The prptessin will frm mi the square at half past " niue o'clock A. M. And inarch to the groundx. On arriving tiiere the exercise will be opened by preliminary remarks' by the President of the day . prayer will lhen LeoffertKi by Rev C. ij. Goodrich. v Music by the glee club. Reading the Declaration af Indepen dence by Miss Kate Troupe, Music. ' Oration by T. J. Tooley of Ann Arbor Midi. Music' . ... Dinner, In the afferiifjou the following, among other toasts will be r. responded to 4the stars and stripea" "the day we celebrate" "The heroes of '7G," and "Kansii.s." The balance of the day will be spent in various sports such as swimming, sack races, egg races potato races base ball, climbing the soaped pok, and catching Hie greased pig. There will be a grand display of fire works in the evening. IX is desired- that the assistant mar shals will get as large delegations as possible from their respective neigh borhoods and they will he met by a delegation from town. w. F. Solomon, Committee oh T. J. Tooley, Programme. PHILLIPS COUNTY REPUBLICAN CONVEN TION. A Republican County Convention will be held at Phillipsburg, Kansas on Sat urday July 12th at 11 o'clock, a. m. for the purpose of electing fifteen. (15) del egates to the Senatorial Convention to be held at Oberlin Kansas July 22 1684 for the durpose of 'nominating a candi date for State Senator for the 38th Sen atorial District of Kansas , also to elect two (2) delegates to the State Conven tion to be held at Topeka Kansas July 16th 1884. The basis of representation in the several townships is one delegate for each 2C votes , or fraction of one half or over, cast for James Smith for secre tary of State in 1882. The several town ships wiil be entitled to representation as follows: 5 Arcade........... .3.. .j..Bow Creek.........! -Belmont...' 2..:...Beaver . 2 f'tt-atnl Q Tkit-tnn Deer Creek......2.. Gienwood..: 2. Granite.....,; .2 Greenw'ood......2...:,.Kirwin. 7 Logan....... i......Phillipsburg & Mound. ...2..;...Plum 2 Plainview....;.2......Long Island.... ...3 Prairieview.....2 ,Rushville..... 2 Solomon ...4 Sumner ;.2 Tov.aMilaU.....L2..-....Vallev..........;:....2 Walnut 2. It is r co mended that the townships baVi their primaries on- Saturday Jely ith.im. G. IV. Wood, Chsirmta, 11. B. McCqbujck, Secretary. . . r -Taking i Tl, U hen a pill ? corai-a vcithin the cliarmetl circle of a person's .teetli the throat kicks. It puts up the shutter ind closes the door. It apparently de sires to go out of business. The same throat may take in chunks of uuchew able beefsteak as big as hickory nuts and other stores for the interior depart ment by the side of which a pill of the largest growth would besui insigidfl cantaflair, but it draws the linettt pills. It shuts up shop and says to you just aa plain as can be: "You don't send any pills past me if I know it." This action of the human throat in the mat ter of pills is very curious and mysti fying to the ordinary mind, and we wonder that '3atthew Arnold and oth er great thinkeas have hot given it more attention, asid .sought to make clearer or the rest of us the reason wfiv the human throat is tints appar ently so unreasonable. You get about eleven or tharteefi of th ese pi lis, big, smoot h fei k ws rol 1 i n g about in soine 'sort of yellow powder, and yoy go hoiue and take one of them according to the rules and regulations on the box; The- whoh family eome into the room to i?ee the performance, of course. They have taken pills in their time, and they know there hs fun in a pill performance when they are spectators only. You probably say that you are not gouag to have any foolishness with that pill; you are just going to swallow it right dowii and be done with it. Then you iake a pill out of the box, open your mouth, throw your head back, drop in the pill and make seven or eight desperate swal lows. The pill conies smiliug and with its yellow overcoat and a good deal of its high flavor worn offon your tongue, and you look a little disappointed. Some one who has had a wider ex perience than the others with pills will tell you to try a swallow of water with it. All right. You're willing to take advice in this your hour of need YVu drop the pill into your mouth and hast ily drink a half a glass of wnter. Where is the pill nowfOb, it is snug enough down by the side of your L tongue. It didn't .go dou- wilh tlie freshet. It is m traveling ,hy water this season. "Try ome grated apple," suggests the person with the advice on tap. All right, bring the grated apple. You are willing by this 5me to try anything that promises toileoeiveyour throat to letting that pill through- It ! is covered nicely in the very centri. of j a spoonful of grated apple, and with a j weak sort of a smile you throw 'your j head back, put the contents of the spoon on your toKgue aud swallow j all the grated apple. The pill lingers for an instant aboi.it the palate, iw if it lutdrorgotteu the assword, and then comes slowly up to the teeth, leaving a good deal of its individuality all along its track- ; Now bread is suggested for a disguise for the pill. - This is a good idea. Why didn't some one think of that before? Y'ou chew up a whole mouthful of bread, put the pill in the middle of it and make the greatest effort of your life in the wty.or'a single swallow. But tha result is not satisfactory. The bread goes right along according to schedule, but the pill is side tracked and held for further, order.. . By this time a good part of your trsteorji bad part of the pill is away, and you feel that you w'ould know the rest of it by taste at any future time in your life. Further, there are the maiks of bitter ness aiul woe and hatred of the inven tor of the pill stamiel plainly ujmhi yur countenance, and mayhap your feelings are fueli that you cannot with seemliness express them in the bosom of your synipathiziiig fanii- At last, just as you are about to gave up in despair, some one suggests that the pill be smashed up and clothed in jelly. That is the best idea yet. Why wasn't it thought of sooner?. The pill is mashed and clothed in jelly, and in a moment it haa passed the guarded precincts of your interior department.. It has gone at last, not in its original form, but as n, broken package, and when you realize tluit the performance is over, your face lights up like that of the Ini jiecunious man who, in the dead of winter and at Use driest hour of a mighty dry day finda-a teii-eent bit in the pocket of a long discarded vest. To many of us there is not much fun in taking sx ,.Middleton. Tran script. '- - The followisg Patents were granted, to citizens of Kansas, bearing date Jnne 17, 1884, reported expressly for this pa per by Louis Bger & Co., mcchamca.1 experts and Solicitors of Patents, Wash ington , D. C . : - M. C. Qorriii. IloUy-s-ood Kes. fire escapei No.4 G0,S17. U. C. Goodall, Atchison, refrigerator-car, No, 2.. The -coriipcsltica' cl the' Ektorial col lege under .the new rpcrucament is given in the follavrir. tahb 5 i Alabama...., .10 JfisHlsl;-iL;9 Missouri . J... .2 C Nehnku.... ,5 Arkansas.- 7 California ......S Colorado 3 Nevada............ 3 Connecticut.... G New HamDsh'r Delewaxe... Jll New Jersv. Florida ...........4 Nw York......ra JS. Carolina. .14 Ohio.:..:... ...... .2a ikmrpijt. 12 Hiiiois. 122 Indiana 15 Oregon 8 Iowa ...13 , Pennsvlvania;30 Kansas.. f j Rhode Island. ..4 Kentucky.;.......-! 3 j H. Caroliha.....9 Louisiana. ....8 Tcanessee.....;.12 Maine ..........6 Tex u..;;..S Maryland...... 8 Varmont,.....u-i'. M ass-ich usetts.. . .14 Vi rgl n la.,'.. . .. .12'. Micnigair...- 23 West Virguiia...O , Minnesota.......... 7 Wisconsin....... H ilEQUESTFCH iCATi: In order to secure trie greatest prac tical benefits of entomological science to the farmers and fruit-growers of the State, he State Board of, AgrkHilturo respectfully rf(Kfc.d ihati:ifnrntion in regard to diiy aad .all Insect depr -dationa wtiich may occur during the ensuing season, bt? sent at once to the Entomologist of the Board, Prof. F.. H. Snow, Lawrence, Kansas. The in formation should be accompanied, whenever doubt exists as to the species, by specimens of the insect committing the det)rediition, together with as full an account ar possible of the character of the depiedation, whether it be upon the leaf, the .stem, the ivwvt, the flower or tlie fruit of the plant iiiiackied. The inseel should be sent alive, if piiHslbie., and may , be safelv wwnmittod to tlw -mails if ineiosed in a Uout pasteboanl box (like a troehe box), or in u small tin or'AVOfMleit box. The postage u&. such packages is only one cent an. ounce, if no writing bo encltd. Tli name or initials of the sender should be written upon the outside, together with the address; and a fnll account of the insect and Its work should be sent by letter, In the same mail. Prof. 8nw will furnish, from time to time, impels concerning juoxious Lm-ects and how to deslroy thesa, r liuhlicatiou in the reports of the Board, "which are ditrib uted to all parts Of the Slate, und which will bo sent to all those furnish ing information on this subject. , . ; - R: W. Jenkins, Wm. Si.m. - 1 " Mnsideat. Secrcfarv-" ' " .... ' The heeruj I Democrats.' . The Commonwealth says : "f!o dows Jiansas avenue on the west hide, between Fifth and Sixth and listen to the one or two Democrats who .are found there.. They are the same men who weie there four years ago. They are telling Jt--publicans, who will listen to them now, as they did in thoseyears, we have got you now; we are;sure to win ; you had better come over to our side in time,M etc., etc. We have heard this earae talk , all along a intervals of four year.. The same gentlemen mav be found everyday, in sunny weather, at soma central location on the main thorough fare of every city in Kansas. They are' petence or wealth under Kepublican hnanchdoolicies. which thev have alter nately denounced and approved. They are Democrats without knowing why 4 their actions being unaccountable, like those of the kangaroo, of whom the showman 1 emarked: "But why he doe as he does, ladies and gentlemen, God only knows, as his ears are like those of any other animal, They have lots of zeal without knowledge, and plenty of month withnnt sinv tifMfnt: Ti9nni tuT using it- Take the platform juit-adopt-ed&t Chicago, strikeout the word lle publican" and insert 'Democrai'? and read it to them, and they will. wear that it is exactly their doctrine, and on that platform the Democrats'will sweep the country. They profess to believe whatever the Democrat party believes, and so change their doctrine every four years and never know the difference. They Torofesa crfiat neverne for old Sam Tilden, and declare him the great est man this country ever produced, though were it needful to save their able action of bis life. Always whipped they are alway confident; always changing, their. talk is about the "eter nal principels of Democracy.' They illustrate by theu .cheerful volubility the old adage that" 'ignofnce is blisi?- and by their confidence the truism" that those who know hotliing foar noth2I,, Champion.