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ft 'L'-..JT ' ' v ft . , i - J " , , A". - ,IJ"" -"" "7 , - - ...... . .- J. MMrr, , - -,. ..,,-, ym Mil M1 ; i( , - ' . - ' ' ; ' - ' - :v-yy-7-.. i .'Jr . : " 1 ' :- r " mm ii i mil M u - ., i K 'TFIT n-TPs fi mirm tt fJ ii j , , - ' - - ' J ' - :- --y ' - ' T: -' 'a. iblisher and Proprietor. To Onr Pride In th Past and Onr Hcpe lor the Putnre, Lot Us Add Vigcrcns Work, in the Living Vr: $2 PER YEAR IN ADVANci Mexico; MIBSpUEI, THXJfiJSDY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1S7G1 no. ay. 3 3BSES 1 iATIC SPEAKING. Ti ' 11 ''AitbeCbart floue, in Maxtc, jit one o'clock, HooilAjr evej V, ptr,25th. j? ' I 'sHori; Chas. . Peers, of Wiv- iionul ilis'.rt, and Hoi. 'ij-B'iood of Fukon, candidae s- v . j'ih.3 State S"tf iialfe virtbe ' A. B ''& "m District will aMs the Dmcc- ifciyy of Aodrain c jntty, at tbe Cow i Itous, n tbc city oa' Monday, StJ 1 25th at one- o'clock- These genii tl men are fino speak jriand well ed in.Uemoitrat.c principle; inefe foru. let the vewlt fiive 'neta a Samuel J. Tildeniia nw accus d of stealing Cluirljr Msp. What s tut get to o wVm the ialso Memeot H? v t1- mad f' .o tbo as r of bin cvunty, lie cociinitted If ry for ie:v d.)ilrii. focrais look' out for this r element. A is crooked, ope koowrs tlatlNter C-oper, ugh be is of tbe best men coantr.'st&nd'po show for on'; amrevery,. fbte cast for ' V isow5"t one for Jlayes. Look ,vr campaign BauHum. I1 ?"",' trcient eaw modefnized: 'That that has a tongue! say, is no : if w)th bis tontpbe ' i Jul woman. Saakpeare a. , I hat paan that has sioney, I say, act so tuan n wuo ois aooey ue cud oiot 'S'iri 'omf.n. j 7 ' '; . . I i 'Ueci. J . Tb'omaat and James yere apjiorsnpd delegates ufjFttdanihurcb of this tterv which f.i liAV f rhnra- s- can mot Both parties tions in Maine. crow over the e'o3 "The Republican party is holding its owi.." Is that all it is holding? Don't trust a person with a big mouth. You might got taken in. Governor Hardin delivered a rou ii'g paeob at Trenton on the 18th. tl in,. 'l-l Gate.tbo one in Long Kland Souad, is to be blown out of creation on Wednesday next.. Stand from ander. , ITfllfllT fli IUkJIIII, Lil ! Ben. Butler is nominated for Congress in Massachusetts. Folks down there must be "spoonoy." Gen. Terry baa leti tbe frontier. A Fallon girl at the Centennial, writes home to her ma in the follow ing lacouio manner : Oh, Ma! I saw O ! O ! O ! Oh IOh ! ! ' Your Loving Daughter. man who has been married three or four times ought to be almost in Heaven. A well-moulded arm is prettier without bracelets; besides, thoy arc liabloto scratch a fellow'n ear. T. A.Jones formerly merchant lai' lor of this place who went to Cali fornia, Is now in St. Louis. fit . . . . . . we learn tnt Lcwi irnllip our big clothing man is going to - start a branch house on tbe West nide of the public square. He is little but lound. Ag the copy v for our inside was worked off before we effected our purchase of Mr. Ladd. his name appears at the bead of ourunside columns. We mention this because it will appear strange to those who do not stances. USEFUL AND UNIQUE. We fling our banner to the breeze to-day if you like it, lake it only 82 per year in advance. A new broom sweeps clean. TFe will treat all our natront "W- IP.. JTV J ED understand the circum- &nl everboy elso with respeot. l Fever'and chills predominate Take our paper and ask you? neighbor to try it six months. Mr. Jobo. Hanis a large coal con- Subscribe for tbe JiEDGER and be bappy. tcucKuer, a T. B. cRbekuer. & irrRdn&ta of Successor to Williams & Reed, has just received from tbe best maoufao- Westminster College, who has just My UUOD' wafVn lown luefl- turers in New York city, a splendid line of Ladies5 Underwear, S UCH AS- mm If ME been admitted to our bar, -a young man of fine talent and sterling en ergy, leaves for Ann Arbor Law School on Monday, where be will receive the finishing touches to bis education. Lonff life to yott Tom, m ' and may you meet with that success you deserve. Chemises, Drawers, &eM The remaining members of the Central Committee as far as we have received returns are as follows. Loutre, Capt, N. Dix,Saling,Rich- ard Phillips, Yandalia, Aaron Mc- Pike, East Cuivre,W. B. Jfiddletori, WeC Cuivre, W. H. Birce., VERY POPULAR PRICES. Many of them at leas prices than you can possibly get them made for here Also a few SUMMER' SUITS Take Notice. As I baye bought tbe old books of the Ledger, all i t 1 if. duis are payable to me. as we have not more than five or six mil lion dollars capital, 1 wish to com mence new books. We would like to settle all outstanding notes as soon as convenient. R. M. White. enough Left, which I will has .cres, unuei ( u,- . fri , aru not ues 0 0y don't i pects to g..jfi'y wey t mil be shipt? at once see K.ePeJ furwarfl all teat in sr ? JHr ddvir and per s. MVS readers may Notice to Our Patrons. Ia the sale of the Ledger Office to R M. White, I made arrangements to fill out all paid up subscript tions. All back subscription! due the ofSce ar ft payable to Mr. Whito( who will receipt for same and credit tbe amounts on tbe book. All paid up advertisements will be inserted by Mr. WbiU. for the time f.i r n j piu 1017 ana an unpam aaveriise ments in the Week ley, since the end of last -qaarter (July 24th) vrall be due Mr. ivhite, who will just rtep into my place in tbe asttlements at the end of this quarter, Alt persons owiqjr ase on old ac- it w. at OBti F. KED, Mexico. Mo- Col. Jeff. Jones'has been arousing tbe Democrats and Grangers o Callaway on tbe importance of every one being at tbe polls in November. Few stump speakers arouse tbe people with more effect than the Chlonel. Scfcuxc Gets the Grand Bounce At a recent speech in Cleveland, Ohio, he proclaimed that be said by authority that if Hayes was elected the Chandler, the Mortons, the Logans, and the Grants and the Shepherds would have no part or in fluence in the next administration. He also boldlv declared that Grant knew uothing about civil service, ex cept that the government was spaci- ally created for Grant and his lami- Iv. When these expressions reach count, or on account of the Dailv, d z h Cbandier he swore, raved win pieaee sexue -1 once, ana an anJ declared that Schura must eith wno nave claims against me, wu, . mu,zled or Haves would be b m .1 pie&se present tne same lor paymenu J. Linn Ladd, : jt it; J. jLinn .Ladd, the former enter prising edtor of the Ledger, has returned from St. Louis, w here v w w m hebas been on a visit. He will re main in Mexico for a few davfi. till V t. 6jhe will go to Texas to engage aain Jon't know the I ... ir , . 6 . . ignored. 'Straws show which way the wind blows, bat this wind would seem to blow all tbe straws out of tbe White House, which of cournu would discommode Chandler & Co., so without any hesitation they slide him off tbo slump. Bristow bas also received bi walking papers. This move explains itself, thoy t'Nc Wi-Now is the 1 i r'cu nce,ind if you want ' ill over! the country to I id journalwm. May his efforts b crowned with that success which be were too honost for the party. deserves. Few men ara better . r . ... i $ vave, ,ive t- a call and we will f-Cfou firtc!asi Mrork and at living ; ' If you vfjSf notice, the best ji siwt ?!4ariahing houses do tbe oat Jiivertisirjg. There is no mis- iilverffjiv,- ;ays big. DlsscJitlon of Partnership. w-lms you Keep ana wnau The firm of Null p lasley Sept, 14. All old friends of the house arc invited to ail at Lupton's old stand and find good j?oods and low prices at XLewnira. Iijsley $ Armstrong. Put up ob shut up. We are pre pared to bet 4 to 1 that Hayes wiill not bo inaugurated the 4th of next March, or if it will suit yon better we will bet that Tilden is net inaug, urated on that day either. Married to-day at the residence of the bride's Grandfather, in this i (city, Miss Annie Murphy, to Mr. i m mr . & f J Marian aichards. of Jfwrry. uererao: Chicago lut; u j o St. Louis. Hartford. Boaton rrkiMfivillA use-; to the uuzens oi Auaraio toiuity. Mutual Athletic. Cincin'ati Tbe base ball penant now lies be tween St. Louis and Chicago. 2Zut rah for St. Louis. Fair play is all m she wants. Hardin College. Tbe uew ad dition to Hbrdin College is now nearlv completed. It contains one of th9 mosVconimodious chapels in the country. Wben finished it will be one of tbe finest edifices in tbe city. What we wanroow is a male college. Can't we hare one? At the late conference at Hannibal Kev. T. J. G'Doch formerly pastor ol tbe M. E. Church of this place, was stationed a.t St. Josepn. The Rev. m Dr. Vincil was returned to this blace. Surely we could ask ior nc belter. Ho is one of the finest pulpit oratora in tbe Slate. ( Mr. G. B. Null has gone to Cbi I cago for tbe purpose of baying a new lot of ;?oode. His advertise Sseiii will appear next week." When in the retirement of his chamber Hayes pulls down his vest, you may see three watch chains. Then bis three dogs look up into bis face, an with pleading looks seem to say 'What made you, do that way ? Other dogs won't asso ciate with us now, since the exami nation of the assessor's books That poor sheep of Hayes'. In 1875 Rutherford swore be was worth i . iotc i i j 9 fu, uui in ioiu ue swears Dim uown to $2. Hang such a eheep as that. Piti m4 'faeI ex-local edi to ,be Praied by the Rev. Dr. ,MD -" 4 otae very TJ . ... . .. I ,r. ut ' nn cm wnv m mei nail r tha r k o: r " w m - - - -w - - m m - t m, j. -J . aI . 1 J It' I I r.. vian, cue r.i tta raRt at. imine mo om retiaoie Jsinger before trn'tr" cuiug niacoinp UI' ww AMI kflr w .-v wwm - n iuv wuiiu. uaa uuw ia use One C.-.V riayed Won. Lost. 62 49 18 60 42 18 56 38 18 60 35 25 62 29 33 55 21 34 59 14 45 60 9 51 474 237 237 trs of i vbave a joily 4 We time. Ledger. Will thl S'M. Swallow, our enterprising foreman and fighting man, who bas for tho past week, been shaking his linger nails off with the chiils,is now on his pins and ready to do all kinds take tbe greatest pleasure in sbowinsri0 jD work from a card to a pam phlet or book. We guarantee hnd a half million, and is increasing h-early. Why will you buy 80me in Birr fUat ..' . . . 7 . J j a persuance oi tcow tnat tne oesc is the cheapest 7 ij uuuiurrua open me bv the piy agents win can on you and vtuircnyOLt in r MM- m cxiJGicted W l in..A Li t.. ' ' iiods or maenme needles and the f.T ; V . j "bestof oil, and in fant everything PW !"' v democratic uen- , I Ccnwotr-,3, of e a - Lnnrnshm I ,.. r?ou tne wors or our machines. AH Chillicotbe, Sept. 17. Probably as much or more good was done fo tbe cause of Democracy and reform in this county yesterday as will be or has been by an y public meeting or demonstration daring this can vass. iiov. Jiara u aon't inauige m spread eagleism makas no attempt at anything of that sort, but he bas an earnest, quiet way of slating facte which carried conviction to many a hearer yesterday. scarcity of money. mere is n o doubt but the present situation of all kinds of business and industry is tearfully depressed, and it bhooves every family to look carefully to their expeuses. Winter is com in o on when children are liable t. (Jroup, Whooping Cough, etc Coughs and Colds will prevail every w here and Consumption with other 1 broat and Lung disease will carry off many, lbct-e diases should not oe neglected, JJoctcr xfilis are expensive, and we would advise ours Sople to ue Boschee's Geb man's Syrup. never has failed. One bottle at 75 cents will tkeep your whole famly well during the winter. Two doses will rolieve any case. Sold in all towns in the United States, and by your druggists, Scbarlacb & Hall. county for BUCKNIR, Chairman. ceptin the sewing machine line. J,flice two doors east of W. IF. Hai lr's store. T. 17. Nichols. v22tf Affect. satisfaction. us. Give us a call and try SUBSCRIBE FOR THE LEDGER. Old papers for sale at'-, tbis office by the hundred, : COME TO THE LEDGER FOR YOUR PRINTING. We aro authorized to announce that all lands on which there is deiinqent will be sold on the first Monday ol October. These who owe back tax wilt do well to attend to this matter at ouce and save l.heir home. There is a man in Fulton so close that when be attends church he occupies the pew farthest from tbe pulpit, to save the interest on bis money while the collectors are pass ing the plate for contributions. Tbe laziest man is on a Western paper. He spells photograph "4to-grapb-" There have been only three worse than be. One lived out in Kansas and dated bis letters 'II vortb another spelt Tennessee lOaC and the otber wrote Wyan dotte Y&.' Mr. Buckle says that history re peats itself. We presume be refers to the fact that the Jews wore di reoiea to mase glad tne waist places, and that the same phasing custom of doing it with the left arm on tbe front bIood even ir trs after . - . - tbe old gentleman bas gone to the lodge, is popular now. Clubs for Editors 'Tommy, ray son, what are you going to do wub that club V 'Send it to tbe editor, of course.' But what are von eoint? to send it tc tbe editor lor f "Cause ho says if anybody will send him a club, be will send theta a copy ol his paper The mother came near fainting, but recovered berself suf ficiently to ask, 'But, Tommy, dear, what do you suppose he wants with club?' 'Well; I don't know,' re plied the urchin, 'unless it jsto knock down subscribers as don't pay for tbeir papers. I nnppose there are plenty of such mean peo ple.' That bor stands & chance for the Presidency, if be lives. I' There; will bo a festival of thecal ored persuasion in the ' Ha'l over Case's store, on to-morrow (Friday) oight, for the benefit of the M. J3, Church (col.) of this place. day. Mr. Jncob Broadwell, of Ner Orleaus, was here Tuesday. Our job department is complete Job work is cairn. Mr. John Bartley, a very promi nent merchant of Fulton, was in thki place on Tuesday. The Philharmonic Society met last Friday night at Mr. Silvers, but few were present on account of the fes tival on the same eyoning. "What shall we do to utilize the so.. purfluous woman?" send her to SaJl; Lake City. Charley Ross will soon be oWl to find himself so ther say. Emigrants are beginning to g through on their way West. When anything turns up, give us call. We want to have a local pa- ner. Tweed starts for Cuba to-day. A. F. Ryerson started to the Cen tennial last Monday night.. Tne American Rifle team Ware victorious at the late contest. J. W. Spottswcod bas our thanks for some of tbe finest peaches w have seen this year. Call again, Landon Craig has been to Cafc nibal to visit his mother, who hac bf,n very sick. All the boys seem to want break on tho R. R. Boys, why don't you break on the streets? Plenty of work, and it is just honorable, and perhaps as respect ble. Blind Tom can claw plenty ot music out of a piano, but we tiawv a darkey here from "Alabam" who lays bim in tbo shade, ie pLw e . tune in bis throat. He says it w nothing when you get used fcoiit. Wanted One hun&refr luen "aoi boys to loaf arc un i the church dori of Mexico and disturb tbo servtoeg, and stare tne girls out of count-j nance as they come out of churc-w The Louisiana Fair Association has our thanks for a pass for "E4L and wife." They should bare eecfc a wife along with it. In Texas, watermellons, orangow ana sweet potatoes nil grow cxi the same tree, and they make cod fish balls out of the leaves, and cum the chills with the roots. Extra term of Circuit Court' be gins Sept. 26tb. Regular ncssioc. commences Oct. 2d. Thanks to our City Fathers, we will soon have good solid streets which will be dry daring tbe mud diest season. Everybody bas the chills. Qui nine has gone up 100 per cent. WhiskyAcould not get any higher and not freeze. Still the corn sr?J!er runs ; but it 1 ought to run oui of the trwn'oc elne keep less pf stagnant water. anC filth around it. Our . popular young lawyer JT McD.;Tri table for'th'9 past fw day bas been confined to ; his rotn, we ' " i 1 1 . . r. trust be wil soon be weKaud hearty again. All who are in need or freb.r stable or skney, groceries will dc r well to ctill -ut ins ley &vArn strong's newtor.ev ieTtiicat ' r ? MdHf" Tho queitnod of th)il Hi IV Chandler, iliMnlas jburz', Srhurz " disajss Chandler way Schur2' oily eiofjttenc mix well wub CbAualii'j' I ron. m odidpov. ) r :H Shfl I, , Jm ft i f; I r fe ?at(f i &'5 P. 6" r If. , v ' i 1