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   LeMars Semi Weekly Sentinel (Newspaper) - September 15, 1885, Lemars, Iowa                                O. a. BAGSDAL8, MAHS. IOWA. tt�M nt^> raaji, and she had of sunlight to make him available for natiaticd herself by ovcrhanling the allecorical j.oitjoscs   oI  n dreadful cooling a])paratus in person that mr chsmt-tor.    Though he probably man- mimcronsJj-rcjffatcd statomentj c did it.   He wlio ha�I such an imfxirtant resi->on�i- looked as if be enjoyisl the ffiisi, and biiity resting on hcrdcbrale shoulders, diila't �c1 as iiccg'.; he ^oas doing il on nOTIIlNG IS ClI/UiGKD. ET AlVA. M'STE. Vroa Oxford st lemrh I rc'tirnc tonc aoi Coke: .UrnieiI wttoaUknr. Vlbb a mile mn4 a �pU -mranlBK >oke. -And the tolkK. now an !!i'vy* ��W 1, u n �:ntCT��l the laiir. "Any chjuicc to rjxak vt r' Qautb he: � Sir. �verrthlBK tcre l� U� sunv." "Bat wbT in mr r** cr�m not h'm?" 1 iivert�>l       clactin. 1 mr.r.: own. "He      crrr ihc *ln*i on'; to irrf^H. Th� nomtnt I Und';! �i-* "My il��r Fir. Jim 111 Ici'i: I'vd^n thlic> coMc: While h�r b0Dr> �rc now �hluntiios von jutwr: hanlcHl w mach wjiw. you know W hen the old houf; btimed do� n, lo I* 'nre. 'e.o the old bom'ilevVi' sonr, .11.1 yon Fjiy? Zoand^!  U�� did ti hapix.-u'r d'> MJII' "Why, IiUI. lie      caielc��. vo3 � �. The nigbt ll��^ir 1-.11 In ilje weX" "ilasIo-feiJ In \hr veil: KotBir father v  Mof-t wnrfdly. not he! bjimik. Idiot:  \Vh'>oi  lr: Imt don't fly. I pwt-ar to sou Vm niA i'> l.lainc : Vou fee, be i> l�ten o"t ol hL� tninJ Kver tfiorv Ni-^Vrc-.^ d.f.^iol ti-e ^llamel' "i.'oaria* ai-ovc ' Mother d' ad y Hpcak. man:   �bat 'lian,e w�i.'t broke bcr heart ? "Why. yuar yon know, ha ew Oriean-i dJ^J ttart." "Oh, vonid I had dird ere      day'. Ko notbius hv bJi-oen^d. yo-i -.alJ ? My rtre hartut-il in txvly and mind. WblJe mother this tiir� moata- Isdaid: A^;d the- ins'-t! Atd i!inC:o-�r � While my ."^l-'ttr J or ail i� to biamr ' And ov-biu;; Ua* bJ|ii/>juitoes a:id cst-ing pickles and jcUy ou the bank of some placid stremu, where it meanderp. and a'day appointed for the jiicnic-. J t wsa agreed that everybody should lake something, so I took a camji cot tffld a fan, in addition to u lly lemonade before starting. Others, more keen-righted, took subatantiols that cuine liandy in the course ol the day, but uo-lK>dy had the foresight to think of buit. Itait is the allurement placed on the look to bec^ilc the lish to its ruin, and it a matter of some consuijncnce, if you I kpoct to have good hick and culch Itauy tlah, though some are foolish i hough to iiitn at the buro hook, us you 1 bmetimes see ]ieoplQ do in real life, .^y wife took u freezer of ice cream, a jug of milk, and every [/rocuution to i;et her refreshrnonts to the rende/.vous .m safety. She also took a lady guest from the city who was afraid of snakes itnd something of a guslior on poetry. It might also he remarked that she hod a good mouth for pie and abhorred a pig- AVo started early. My costume was tool but imi>rossivu. It consisted largo-ly of blue cottoit ]>nntalDons, straw hat, and a shirt without a collar, I aUo wore a cigar the greater part of tlio time, in addition to the lilnfl goggles which are my constant stay and comfort in hot weather. The women wore dressed with scrupulous care iu Mother Huhbards, wide-brimmed hats, ond fuU-growu umbrellas. Our coupe for the time was a lumbering spring wagon, drawn by a horse who resembled myself in one marked particular. He was fond of the shade, and narrowly escaped upset-tiaff the wagon several tunes in his 'frantic efTorts to got to it when wo passed a tree by the roadside. Immediately on leaving home my wife began to enjoy herself and add to Uie pleasure of the company-which was myself and the woman who abhorred snajies-by worrying about the cream and its chance of getting there ' io anything short of a sloppy condition.  It is a pecnliarity of this good r. voman to take an interest in overv-vtbtng alio bos anything to do with. Her interesfc in that cream was con-iinnotu and fall ot solicitnde. The jonme/iras About six miles, and from ' sotobos cnt on the wagon-box by way of m^mbrahila-'for I like tobeaccu-'^'i:isteaboot8Qch matters for the sake ot mli^ltagtrnmi aft�rward-I discover that I ..WIM Pl>UgoWfl.toJ>�5���� amplitude and unmif,tak:ibl i!c-.l tbo fcsv^t nes^, followed by a ruish of air nt-ar luc, by iTiu^-'ibg a lot 1ra.sli nob-.-ly will .tnd a re-sounding splash in liie ".vattr that threw a cloud of s )ray Feveral f e.    WIk-.-i  it iiu) count, by a wail frotu the-wife of 1j:k bosom ovi r nothing uioro terrible tharj till." nnexpc-rtt-d appf-arance of a spider, or at most a nious..', he will k-aru to kei]) hi.s coat ou and -wait for developments of a more dreadful riaUiri-. �\Vheii the Bttceamer is Tounf; ani fair, and has ta(fy-colore^l hair banged in botli hemisi/heres, it alters the case, and I go to the rescue iit ouce, v.jthout caring a noo.Jle for particulars. When the aforesaid shriek struck me my lirst iiijj>re.s�ion -.vas that the partner of my'triumjibshad made the awful  oi.e a jK�.-m to nature when she espied a small snake, and at once Ilecaine so demoralized with fear thnt she ijjstantly becoinij as crazy a.s her own i>ortry, and jumped info the river for want ol knowiiig what else to d". lieing the only man iu the jjarty at leisure at that moment, of courjte 1 had to juniii in and inill her out. The coui-plevion of the jioetess and niy own raiment were a yood dial the worse for the ducking, but it l^wk all the nonsense out of her fo.- tbe remainder of the day, and I hail n-ason to fc^-1 grateful to the serjient who haosition and it was not adopted. M'hen it was discovered that the light in tho stove had died out probably an hour before and Bomel>ody had pnt a chunk of ice in the boiler, the 'wisdom of niy view was at once apparent. It was also strengthened in due coarse of investigation by the revelation that the stove was like the lamp of a fooli�h virgin, and no one had thonght to bring a crnso of oil for its eoconragemsnt An old-fashioned fire was then setgomg by the sod-eyed man, who ha er�-aded the camp. The , table was spread on the ground, and j wo squatted about it in Oriental fashion. ' If you don't believe that man is still a savage at every favorable opjiortu-iunitv, go with him to a picnic and watch him cat, Tho bottled-up iu-stiiicts of a thousand generations of life in cave and forest break out in him then, and lor' the time the polish of Mlncation is obscrvc s hia month too full to talk until everything in reach lias di�api>cared. and then he begins to forage on adja* DEMOCRATIC FINANCIERING. a l�ft, Ictt Tzuzin-zcA smichow to kcej hi- c":�7i'>-er*�1i -v.a'. sr-f.rkr .la^l laap-jjinp ' ;.nar:;ii3i3T e-xzc W 'U<  �;!,iri'- liiue his \ Most of tlje party were  od �with poles and Ime-s and tiiKS-t'.-d to dip a hook for tlie ftin of the thin;?, but Swi men ha iniig the couvitrr jr: search of l�ait. they sK'-arx-i a li-u'S'.'j .sui']>ly, and, tjndJLg a j-Incs.' lo-fc^ric' tiii-nnii could iKiur dowii ihc-ia w::�-:^-J hindrance," they spil on their hi>:ii.s and commenced busliiei-s i:i sckritiDr tariiert, 1 took a rK>�:t!03 on my cot in ihc thick'st .��haJc I �iTi3d fccd. ssd i-rc-psred t'l enjoy myte'.f �aiibcuS r.nt.e>�-.f-sary lsti::tic.' It'i l'dt.�n iiiiiintej the camp was thrown into most ii.t.:'n.M' <-i-citemcnt. The red headrd man hid a bile'. EverylK^jy tield bis br-:-ith aiid Blood on t!ptc<'t '..sfil.l<-. His s'.-ciety iva-s in \ -aherevcr it t.-iU. Iiisu.t/1 o! grabbirjg demand Ironi tliat moaicnl. bm he lost (verytiaiig that coincs handy, a-ud put-his luck and hLs jsw ilrojii*J nntiJ tl;e | i'um it oot of �ijrh! ;is si^iii a.s po.?sitiJ;-. solemn-faced ma:i's cork l.-e^'aa to I'ob. 1 �w:th''iit sny rtK'ud to wiiether her face The crowd tin'n went over to him i.'j a 'is ;rf-'.yld h-r vW2 it -n':] tiE'-s b::t -she ii:>;.s ;t at s.e^-;-. ro U33'it<-r wb^r*- f-hi-   i?  cr -wb.s  H  t res. Et.   I don't iz�-sa      fciT TiiLt   thi- Ci'ts hor full s.l&re of t'i.*r f.-a"<.!-U-s.ia the strict wnre , of :L-.- -btJ. but sbe msintsius tiie : ci.arJCi<'ri�t;c� of her Sti. and never : for <':ie inil-iiit forgets that she is dre--.s<.Nl ia  pdticoats.   When a m'^n ' ' pt-t.s Wycnd t;i'? Jeitr.iints of a draw- ; i;!p-ro:iL-j he  ce-^:! to h-  a har.-iari j i lK.-iDg, and pna-a s a bone with a.\ much ; as a jackal; but on the other j th'- hous* it is di.Tc-rent,   A i ; w  ]>oo]i!e on acconut f>f its iiuan-cisl I'oli y," .caid a well known tvriler oil liuaacial loj.iis, addressing; your c:'r;csi>fin,leiit tlji.s luori.iiis. ''i am a 1'e:ii'>'T,il of livejity ycar.V staii lin:'," <--'i;t;:iiiei he, "bill tjie a-ts of tliose o; K- over tiier.^," )uintinfr toward t.'io Irvii-'iry Ii,]'3rli!:eiit, "nr'- luo.'e than I can staTjii. lle.'e the L'"'inocratic party hasb<-<:n df7ast, Througiiout its history it has lillod tho jiart the historian assigned to the second (Jeorgo, who was "always inconsistent and always wrong." * The I!e-publieau pariy as su>.h has made no mistakes. Leading and influential men i.avo bci'ii gtiilty of great blunders at time-, but the a'-t.s were those of indi-�, icbials, : nil not of the parly. Tho great measnre.s inariguratrd by the .Nali'nal Ki-piiblicno pdrty stand so tlioroTighly justified ihat the enemies of that ori^aiii/.ation liii Dot openly as-E.iil them, bn! only Fcok to induce the jieojile Io abandon common snnse and not attetiijit to 'Udge the future by the I ast. f-'cna!or I.arrab-.e's c'lmparison ri ally i-omprelirnds the entire logic: of the pre^iiit jiolitiial siliiijtion. Tho que-tiou b' fweeii tho ji'irlics is one of rliani-ter. and this can only be judged bv the rcioril. pcii":uliy il It h.s.i b-.-cn u!iderst 'i, a^id ho very well kiie-a- 1. He t)i:e'.v oil in liis *t.il-:ment :rl'.>ii,(' n'."m, wiiich he d'-sig-nalv-i a saered fund for the redeiiiptioii '.f the legal teLiler.s'/ He claii;;ed the fio'. ernme:;' had no rh'i'' i-> "�'^e that money. That a.t -sius in the direct interest of the natifnal Ian';.-. ;t hi.s been a mk-. if i.'-: a l.i'v, iu the d.part-meijl for maT,y yea.rs th.it v'uiii tiie reserve or i-'jrr-'ii.'- niL- o-.i-r ;ijiV a txiid call ?:.aii 1 ciii.'ide '.or j^l ','�'ii,!!:! i or OTi r.   Von sw )��� tiiis def.isiou of .Tord;;c, whiei; Is a:i]iroT. d ny ' retary, thit it will !�- .ii:]'<. the Sec- si b t-. Ill n gard to mattirs in his own State ^Ir. l.arr.ibee takes the saiiie position. He iioints to the result of thirtv years if llcpTililic.iii rule, and ;iKks the Demo-c iits v.here they e\peet to i'nprove tho record. He refuses to believe that the Ibiirlsliiiig eonditioii of the Stale is th'; result i f chance, and ins sts that "thii (�ro-ji'rily anil haiiiiincsi of n peojdo di'j.eiid lar(i;ely ou the wi�ilo:u with wJiieh its Koveriiinent is administrated." Th" great Issues iirising for many years ! ]iast have bei'U solvid to thesatii.fuition ' of tije j.eoph; tliro'igli the agency of the i.'ej)ii))lican imity. (In the t ini erunc' oiiest on Mr. J^arrabee frankly fcuy.s ho is weildeil to im theory, but regards it simply us a n utter of et;�erimeiit todo-terji.ine what laws are best suited to the i.ei,ple iind c.tlculali d to command jt.jiular apjiroval. Mr. Larrabre may iiot be a p-reat 'stuinp speaker," but he is a man of clear headed views, and no eat: Icit then she mi:-ht liave known it. for she never did have aT:y Inel: with tills, that, or the other vslier; she ivas liurrifd. Aud so it g<: i..Jv else niake a l-ond tall for two or tiir.-. y..ir.s. j douVit the jieople of Iowa will bo glatl pens to be the comj/aaion of Uj the highest pinnacl-? of perfection, my woes, as it generally is. 1 And did auyVfly ever .set such heaven-never eicite mystdf with precipitate ly this, or s-jch ecstatic that, and for rashnesi!. I take things ccxjI and look iiiercy's sake did .inylxiuy ever see aTiy-aroimd for something on which to ba.se � thing so trrsnd as .wj:iietLing els<', and ; a conjecture before sweating myself i how in this world was it ever mad'-so without �rg?-nt cause. V.'hen a man j spleridid every v. ay; do tell. Mrs. Tof.-h.is had his blood bro;;;.'ht to a stand-j notch, I'iT (."-odn'-ss' .-.'ikeV Aiel ' still more times than a-!.t-year-old can I ]-shaw: you dou'; say : that's txvt'r ' ! tho way she made it her�<'lf; 1,'u! (iid This creat-.s a st.a!!:i.ty and r:-e ir; tlie \.-oXi\ market. ,sev.-n-f-nths ol the tl;rees are held by ;,..tio,na! l.ariker.5 to sec:;re c!rc-jlai;o:j, or ratiier they ovn thvmaid have dej^o-it^iid them as .security. Wei!, this J'.cisie'n ha- given tJieni a rise of three a:.d o:.c-lia!/ jicr cent.   This li:i.-.-sio:. is a i-T;arantt-e to to III ar from him fro juently during .a111 11 aign.-Chivdi/o 'J'rihiine. the niMT.NEY'.S WOKKKR-S. natio:;M baMJ; elf. and of courso that was eaten uji at once by those wretched men before she could get a taste.-Chi-i'j'jo Lri.l'jer. The Stratv-Ilrahl Trade of Japan. Within the last three ye.irs quite a new industry for Jajianhas sj'ruiig into i'lislenc'-the manufacture of straw jdait or braid for men's hats and women's bonnets lor u-se abroad. The first year the export consisle-d of some "i,!)*.''/j.iece.s only, the ne-xt il iu-rex'^ed to lid.iririi, and the last of nearly 1,0;> ',-iym jiieces of sixty yards each. The pric4.', ol course, >ariei5 in-i-ordin:; to the season and ijnaliU- of the article, ranging, we belitv.-, from s^l si-n do�n to as low as 'Jo sen per piece, Ihe lattei U-ing, we understand, the prire jUst now, owing to the fact of the season iKJTig over, for it has to reaili .Amenc-io time to be lua^le up by the hatuiak-ers for the summer traih might \ta harried a little by hanging not l.^e d.:-l-i:!.>-.i i.y h.-tvi:.g their f..-curitv i.,;.-_;.j-:-:i---i d'lrin;: th s :.iii.j;;i. istrition. What Utt r d ; I'.ey w.i:.t :" "Do yo-i thiiik thisdo:ie i-t the instance vf X'w; a4:'.!. "rndouM.-dI- it w:... Tr. :--:r.-.Jor-duii )/aiJ a v-Sit to N- v, 'i' rei.d--.-ing th-.- .U-'-is;a: the j.lLiU'iil^ of -.!ie :.; t; lowest eal-ulatio::. thi' e l_:--.--':_s i year to the lieople.   Ce.-^air.i:-. ji'jblic debt is di.creasel th. i..^-s     ; reduccj aud the m-i-te- ar-j r-.l;-ve-; :i their loiul of ta.atioi,. Ti.eie h-s l-^^.-, b decrease of the public deV.5     ry under this i-diJ,.'.'.,.stri".;o:. i single bon hijy'-'ji t-zCI: it '-ii J 53-i.t C-'.-zsj'y lr'--J-^r c>J iht C^-'rei^vy Ci.i:zjQ:i it r>- ' ' 'uc^'.-'i .his i otitio.'j. i.-.d is Iv rsr-tni, .si.'-::j'ly sx.ci'.:-i he Is I'iie iiiliouii t-aiiitrs' f.'i-Ld aid * rriut. IWi.iiincton HI ci'!al.! Secretary Whitni-y's new system for filling the n.ivy yards after an cxamina-liou seerus t-> be working to the great-e-t satisfaction of those who are inter-..�^t-rd. It is te]iorted that'every man vrho ha- thus far lic-e;i been cng.iged is e-5 ert Demo ratio workman. In ro-i.. .Ls'.ari'-e- tho e.vpenness of the :.-.--"ir i::.!.!oyed iif..-s i.ot iiie.in that he i::.    - ;.r. thi;.'- ai o'al the work iu the THE OFFICES. Ifearly Seven Thomand Kew Portmastera Appointed Sit:c3 t!ie Fonrth of Harcb. rWai*inston niJeclj!.! Since the prc-Fcnl ndiuinislr.ilion took charge of Ihe leins of fjovcrnmmt no harder-worked alBi-i.tls- hnvo been found i i Washinalon lliau tlKno ciiiplofod in the iI>poiotmoDt bmucli of Ihe I'o'toilico Ue-fiarlinent. iJuring tbo list six ninuths iitarly one-fourth of thp I'oRtnmslersliips iif Ihe firvt, �(>i:on b Carolina 1   12 Tenne.'iiee.... i w 1 a |'..,,iB........ ] �a IMfljih........... 7' IHI Vermont.......'. :)i  7.i;Virjrlnln........: 7'  0 1 Waabincton T.; I Jti) W'H Virginia.; �'  5s Wlnnnniu.....! li 141 Wvonilnit......i ]ip j. w losi     Totn'a.....i jo 3".l i: m 9; M l! 11 R. jni 7! 7� 1^ S 40 B-.B 14! S7I 23; 01" ...!   2s ;mi 41s 9, r, 14R 10      1 1 m 10 IK, i: 13 1 14; tS 147 3     I .'.21 t,:m WteB a*! wsf A*, ws !!�*� bo CASrd^ s Wfaoi !� wa* S CUld, the cried for CABTOBUk \ Vbea She b�cuM Mtoa, aba duic to CASTOBtA Vbea abcbad ChUdrea, aits giTa Uiem CASTA Lli MABa,jIOWA. CAmAL,----$100,000.00 r. p. DALTON.    J. W. MYERS, President.     Vtee-Prmdent. M.:il. FINNEr, Cashier. RECEIVES DEPOSITS, BUYS AND SELLS EXCHANGE, ^orelcn and DomMtlo. I 'HTKM:1�. S'lmo 111,1)00,000 tVorlli of I'iiblli: I.nnda IJi'irllireil  rilbllt; Uolliulil. nViiflilnRton illfipatcb.I Secretary Lnninr has rcinlored n decision in regard to tbe Ontonagon land grant, which is ciUtilatcd to make a toinuio iou nmoDg a number of jiroinlueut c.ipitn'ists in tho West. For scvokiI years clTortB hnvo been made in ono guise and nn'other to get a contiruiiition by net of CoiigrciS for tho title to a large amount of Inuds iu Northern Ml-bigan.   This lind vas withdmwn from sale because it was granted to the Ontoaa-tjon A- Bnile lliver Kuihmid.   Id spite of ri-pentcd directious from the Ooiiend Land ^ Office the land agents nt the Maniuetta I Land Otlicc snkt these lauds right along to I lumbermen at $1.25 per acre. For years thes? ])nrchaBers have paid but that he can j tai;e� on these lands.   .SetlliTs who could lefv Ihe purchasers went and built houses FZiTMOTTTS MEAT MARKET! MALN BTIIBBT, BOUTa OF^IXTE. AU Kinds of Frejb and Baited \ 1^ SI Poaltrr, rrasb Flab and Game In Beasoo. Highest Price Paid for Bides. BROWN & GRAY. FBOPBIBTO us. Chinese Laundry' LEE SAH. Proprietor. .:_ U.-j. --.th f.i-,-.;r.   He wis un-M-, h'.T.j--:-, : _, :f;.i3: the t-;-;.piat{on :.:v:v, i :h   r o-^-'.r -sLich'^'ao within - ..i-:-. -T. I cataj.aigns -. ^.11.     ' v.a-^ ;-...r.i';-.      arg*.'- .0- til-   Tird  induence v_r.-: -  r.'.zi U j Hi- Tird to have Sih*iE"� Kfters to 0S(*. there was no couuter-clsiru by Bsttl'rs. TluJ prop, rty :s worth from .?li'..rH) h'jll!) to .t20,-ik.O.cli i] and covois a mimbcr of mines and several fine. Krowing viltiges. The ri^- 'y       :i-.-v:i J  ij..^^ x.L:Jii til*? t -- �(�:.�        i'.-, 1:1 .'j; '.f.        i:. '-.r'^:::.:      \.\     i. ..>:'.. �T.\:,': :.: :i!rf-�� .)...:�':. i:ii^:'i-"iji- C.^- �;i'b;'i.. kill's:!'*-;'-.:-!.� .��:ii;-:-i.-a.i-.re. .i H:iaL;r,   ii-,.- -'1 iji- ".v.i : i.1."-. '1; ji:'l-c.!'. j:>r:i--. 7 .LI;- '.r-inuiij^- v^ll:  ;u.rtr:-iv^ii i.tr- : ::y'^. n .;L 1. iiif ':iMU jiiuw^ii .2. 1,  ; .It,:;.-.11 -..   ir;.-;i.: -ulit �'.i,'^ �vii,,il i.-.- .i^i;:h..ii .nii-i".Ill;''' iiKici ii.Jii,i:-ii.:M^i:      Hi. ' '-.'is: tf iLi:        i-'jii licnc.iar.iii. V.' '.CZ:"': '"''--^ i-"i.!!*   .:l..".'ll  M riM^r.   t'j.v-s   .L-1.1 r il'.O'.'.'*ii   .J. i.-r- '.I "lii'.ir T:."ii*-Wiii;-!. linii in is 1.'.*. 7>.s '.-i-.v.'ritry to si*'ji jni";i:>u". Civ �i-L.y i-vJ rt.'m A'.k'ni V.' :i2.tit ;iin x-eil- W.'-:- thf.r, }...-.>--ii5 �tih^'.'-r In sT:t':j 11 ;.r-L;x->-:' e:'.i-vi,.o:. i'-itirij .'..J tli.-. {.yj-uz-'li-: .'-.o;i'...'i-.-..r eirry iliU-i.-.i 'A _ti't.viv ii.-^ ji-.-ti^ 2-*-;;.a-.'j with his _,}.i>;: wiii ii-r.-.^u; _ ; I--.' s.e�-erii! T.-i.r�, yt-\ iz. xi.r: i:-v..is = o: a t'Oiv.. 5, I.-.;: ::i?:t*-.iii3 Lt iii i/rrtx-.iii S{��y!i  in, j-i   i,   fij-i^'   .ts'.i>>.i   u-isi  iru'-jji   3i.t I utt-c-ti 41.0 il yZ'A^-j:'! r.i iSli-rr'.'xci liii Luring the a.vtive csnva^* that pro- ; Hosdiy.   S'. ctdfl th* noKitation of Mr. Lan-aU--     '.'-ini-'-i^'-'-''-^ i'iortioi of the land in i TRUST COfflPMK, OB- 50T S5iEES. BLT FIBE. Mr. Lju-rat*<*'� Optais;; l�ns. rxfn- K.tiv, 'in-.-uf Ii-ir, 'A'iai jt Vuiuuit' ^Ini Iniiifi'd' 11)1111.-ill finiv f. i i^t- iiitiit! Hi riuiiijmu' luii i:i lii'C IfmS.iii>i* iiian ;uni: .i� iiii mmi imic rlii! �vixjA-yw, �.viiniiituij ill- linlt), Hliii itill hiisur 6.^.2 ;'..iii\B� ciiii :u--;-vii: luj .isil: 'ilmi ii'ji'awitil!. ijvTt i^�vr, iv.tit *liii win r-.ntimiit r.-, i,tn y*. ii,�i: Si(r.(.'i^ �in' iiu! I'.niuii fi.Uii!." ii. riiiii iiJiev*'!!: t-t.fjv, viieii il- TPiH ^vi'.fiiiif JOiV.nnvir.'z* tad �i-.n-T.-; >it'  niiit .iir.7 IicnijcLiiu   0>i ii.>.40iaiit 51w v.-."-.-.!;! ��a;Ti:.'a�c tho mast serious danger now threatening the American race is the tendency to over-reliucincnt, and tho conse.'iucnt failuro in reproduction. This tendency lias sot its stamp niJOR onr mentality, so that our litcrar}' and scieutitic works, and all the varied outcomijs of our mental life, are eharocierized by clearuesi, qnick-lurts, aptnc-a.1, rather than by force, or depth, or real mastery. Our literature, as sneb, 1ms less hulk'than the English or GitrinsD, loos hodr, and more graco and Tofinetnent. Coinj^are Emerson with Carlyle, or Fisk with Spencer, or HairtUoruo with Boott, orl'rescotttritU Uacaulay, or James with Georgo Eliot. Up to a certain point this deftness and clearness o( our authors give them the advautaife; hot wfaen groat tasks are to l>o undertaken,  onr   lightoc-ju   ami cent territory. Snd steuU ,,ia fro.n tio 1 S'^JSe^lw^^^^^^^^ !"30',4,4i,-.i.j^^-..^ s �ttjrr.tsa.: J'f^-rt:  t ftL' Inihta to-dky stopped 1. s-i.'./viHtSiAiv 5.. fjt? th* ��UrT of J. A. .1. f;'i).i.i-v:�I.. ri'.T.-jTiEi/al non.'.*"--! t/�rore the *>.r^^^^ Istate Senate there w� net eve:, a .u*- tl^^' right* 'A Uu-�i>vl...� r.�tx ;       r r;:;:;n,r;^;^,tl^U^^ picioa tiiat ha had fver lK^*n conncctoJ j ^"'^ ^ i,i*Kriw.-l^ jlo tiji* y.iii:qtriU swJ a,., ,.f $,-,f,^, p^r saanr/-, bot thst that with aav Lind of legislative ;oblx-rv, i       s-iplJort oiiy o^e t'jriej-iji/^j. t, r.ii:i�a    tlm leai: of (be fees to be nor could it be sliown that daring tliat j    Ji't'J's.'^'I ** '^-c* ;o hit* pla** �0 the  x{ .-.vtHI      Ujt     tna: of cauiwr.   Ifc isys long period of activitv he wts an advo- ! councils of th� I^.-i:<..-rilk pArsr,        ti�i �f.* Utt '/r^aizia^ tbe court provided ' '    '      aeAsn^t-i. j �e!l st� to Jjis jam o;< i.'ie ji�5iti<: fw*. ��- my gifts wero of the kind that find expression in marble, and I wanted to picture {amino in peruianeut form. I would sculp tbo sclemn-Iaced man as ho iookod with a roast chicken in ono hand, a litUo of ovorytUing else in the otlior, and a good doal of utiscellaneous nutriment piled up in front of bbu, m be sat with a atony atara strai({ht aUead, and }aws going it like a qvar^^rcrnsbeF in a bnay a^ABon. Tb9 plptnra yr'dX long o^Jonp/ " '    ' ' meounryaa about (say) since lHHi, has kss force, Ie.w iMdy, less brcatlth, than our first great crop which included Cooper, Bryant, Irving. Koiorson, Iioogfellow, and �Whittier.-Porf/ayid Trawcript. "Does position affect sleepasked a member of a "tncdical conreution,'* wberenpon a prosy old doctor said lis thought it did. "For instanoe,' he added, by way of explanatioa, "K a man ia bol4ip^ Uie poaitlpu  (� xat^ir vakUiWHit    U liable to)� diiMBrM catejor BU])port�r of unw-iiie mei-There was nothing in his rct-ord lltat called for explanations or ajiologies. Throughout his public life he had Ix^en an honest, prudent, and diligent servant of the people. The only thing al- there woaW �t*ja to re-ai'jiiiW.i dr/nbt th:it Mnlk-n is di&tirrd tic toatiaw: his labors in Why iiliO'i suc^'e.ji> of the Ut-isccrstic tiArtT rest* �t* 'i 44^pje!!> Uiwi, limited didraschMJajc w-lorwl rfAfn. I       '"^t-^-^-ii-'n U t^uifi per annum. leged against him was that lie was not j on the sappr  strengthen tho nation or incrt-asc tbe prosinirity of tho people by nn advocac,.- of the Htate-sovereiguty heresies that have given rise to tho womt evils ever known in tho I'nited Ktat<�. on one iiuestSon? C^n you name to me a single instance where the Ii een wrong? On tUo other band, can yon name a single inatanco where the Democratic party ItM been right? I put tho qur-stiou to you, my Demooratio friends, as I seo a tam'td ion here to-day. Haa there been ftqiWdioQ for ibe laat tlUirty years tifADemoeratio part;-baa been. and if 11 were not for tfie 3faliens in the South Mr. CkveUnd wouU not to- J GKRlIAXr AND SPAI.N. day i�e rrc-^idenl,   ."ilnlleo, tiurTfefore, \ - was ia a i�o�it;oa to ask .something more � m���"'�' it�Mn.|ui.i.� hu claim to ths than a reU-tse from jsiL  In addition i    '�'�"* ���� Teuion For�.. to this he divaKa r3Hi,>n to bis place on the \ ^'e** reiched I'aris that the Em-l*lice force and t.iompt readaiission to t ^'?'"-�?? �''n8 Ih. othcisl connils o^e l^aUc i t^^^^:^^)^ ''[j: party    He h�l followed the only line ; ,{ y ^ ^ven up to Spain, of lal>or that uia^l.,- l.�eroCK:ratic success   Thns ibe .'Spamsh-German cpinode may bo l�o*sible, and the Presidents pardon Usid tohava tnded. appeara to have been furnished him as an award of merit rather than a token of mercy. Mullen no doubt made a very cloee spiMis), lioth tr> Iloadly and Cleveland. The Nupprcasion of the colored vote was the only thing that made Democratic success possible, and Mullen's plan for carrying it out bad some points of merit. To arrest colored uicn by the hundred on tmmpcd-up charges on the eve ot an election and hoUl them iu jail until tho polls were closcil was a method fully as 1 flective as the shotgun and aomewlist simpler than making false connta of tho votes actually cast. It was not possible that iho I'rcsiilent was deceived iu regard to this matter. Mullen's guilt was clear Levond ilispnto, and the conclusion reached by the President was that the punishment protridod by law should not be iniUct�d on a Democrat who dia francUised colored ItepuhUtTU voters. Evidently an adjniniatration whose power resta on criwea against the ballot cannot be expooted to .punish owl-ragea 00 tfa)|,]rigbfei,�{ color�4 ol(ui.)a is|ntcb>:.
                            

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