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   Camden Herald (Newspaper) - November 16, 1878, Camden, Maine                                NOVEMBER Toaehsr ofMusic Dealer in Iftuica i has no equal ain bloo Hearing of Us many wnnderau enrt nfttifall other remedies hail I visited th and convinced myiwlrof lls gonnln It IsprijfMreil am highly and the 1 compounded In such a manner an to produc mill Old Kiln WILDER ACCIDENT triiupance ttOOLJVS MEAT VEGETABLE MARKET Thoroli no Cheaper place In Knox i YOU oaii always flnd at this Maket In tbolr appropriate a good 1 assortment of Ciisb paid for Hides and Calf at Gonlil GOTJLD lulv R ealdonce Head of Mountain near AM Grare Clotles at Reasonable OFFICE AT HOBBS f Merriam and Dealers in SHOES 3rLlLj Ma UOVB constantly In stock a fill line of MENS WOMENS mid CHILDRENS Boots and 8 hoes in every Cheap as the cbeapea lOasli I f 1 il effected somO marvellous euros In cud f ft M OFFICE OVEBCUMDEN CASH 25 be wont cotes ol VEGETINE Meets with Wonderful snoocan In Mercurial dig VEGETINE Will eradicate Salt BUoum from Iho Bemoves lUmples and Humors from the VEGETINE Cures Constipation and regulates the VEGETINE Is a valuable remedy for YEGEUNE Will Vegetine Bestores the entire system to n healthy condition Vegetine Bemoves the Lnnse of Vegetine Relieves Fnlntnpssin Y egetine Cures pains in the Vegetine Efleotually cures Kidney Vegetine Is effective In its cures of Female W HIXON Commission Merchants TOR THE SALE OF Wild mul nil kinds of Countiy B4 NoiiTii MAIIKET IB NORTH Consignments respectfully All good fliiit to them will be promptly at tended to A FINE LOT OF TURKISH TOWELS At ROSE BROS Drug Bay View Over Hi Clevelands 88tf SURGEON OFFICE OVER UK POST ALL LEA DING Is tbe great remedy lor General Yegetine la acknowledged by all classes of people to be the bast and most reliable blood la the VEQETINE Ireparecl by Vegetine is Sold by all Druggists COFFINS CASKETS PRICES GREATLY Corner of Chestnut Kim 4BU GIVE to UHILDA mat ters oiit whether your BOH makes use of his trade or let him learn one and he then has a fortress into which ho can creep when the slings and ar rows of outragous fortune assail His knowledge how to net type will not prevent him nulling calico if he prefer We have known men who wcro glad to fall back upon that knowledge whon other things failed and they won at the case tlmt which they could not win behind the counts There I know not in the minds of a certain as it future existence and this takes the deepest and is most discover in the greatest geniuses and most zalted aint got no and the baker says ho wont trust you any longer Irato mane baste I No bread I must have toast Why is a watermelon like the dictio nary Because it isnt red until it is The reason why editors have their manner corrupted is because oeivo so many evil The man who gets up last in the morning ought to make the best repor because ho always gets the latest Passing an automatic buoy which was blowing its luguburious noc a re flective BoBtoniun observed 1mglad the buoys have got tootors at Their education has bten too long neg A hen pecked husband by the name of Home lost a pocket lexicon on tho street the other and being asked what he was looking Homels weo tome Poor fellow the remark had a wonderful significance to Fussy and partially in specting stables what on eartq have you been cleaning1 your har ness Offi tbon dont do it with that again see how it rots the In a country churchyard is the following epitaph Here lies the bodv of James and Ruth his and underneath the Their warfare is A good book and a good woman are excellent things for those who know how to justly appreciate their There are men1 who judge of both from tho beauty of their cover A Home boy surpri sed his father the other day by father do you like mother yes of And uhe likes you Of course she Did she ever Bay so Many a my Did she marry you because she loved you Certainly she The boy looked the old man and after a long pause asked waa she as nearsighted then as she is Hundreds of fat people are made lean without using antifat They use and it makes them against tbe lamp houses and thinguin less then onehalf tbe time it takes patent medicine to effect the atue BY IUTTIB Who died for that whether we wake or sleep we should live together with As a brid in its sheltered nest Fears not the wind and rain As a child on its mothers Lulled toailrenmloM Forgets Its passion bf pain safe In the mighty That open wide for us pJJnotthp rofcnfthoiil s Wo have orttV to to With h faltb no fato cnn move no fato cnn mdvej Tho Fathers Infinite The depth of His wondrous And sleeping or We rest In tho Close to thomerciful heart of Zlons Bock tho tieo When the wind blown the cradle will rook Who tlie bough breaks the crndlo will Down tumbles baby and cructlo and Bookaby bnb tho roeudows In bid Luugh nt the sunbeams thut dance the room Echo tho wonts with your baby Coo ut the sunshine and flowera of Boukab as softly It Over thy cradel tbe mother love slugs Brood or cooing oven or What will it do when the mother It One Rockaby baby so cloudless the Ulue as tho depths of your own laughing eyes Sweet Is the lulluby over your That lenderly sings little baby to 1 baby the blue eyes will dream Sweetest whon mrnmmas eyes over them beam Never ngaln will the world seem so are clouds In the air liocka by baby the bine eyes will burn And aoho that your manhood will learn Swiftly oome with sorrow JUKI With burdens the wee dimpled shoulders most Bpckaby bnby theres coming Wlios i sorrows a mothers lips cant kiss Days when its pongs thull be turned to n Ci08308 tho baby must bear all Bockaby baby the meadows In May never the frost pale In Ue thy world over us to day It Is cradle Ton will net be Sorry For hearing before For th Inking before For holding an augry For stopping the our to a For refusing to kick a fallen For being kind to Ihe For being pallont to For doing good lo all For walking uprightly before For lending to the For laying up treasures In For asking pardon fur For speaking evil of For being courteous to An Interview with General A Globe reporter called upon Gener al Butler at his office yesterday after and found him busily engaged in consultation with members of the legal Maternity upon important cases now in When ho had finished he alluding to the eporters tour with tho ycu have scarcely got rid of me have you After a few remarks on general the Globe reporter said have called upon you today General a talk with you concerning the lolitical General mean the last ampaign General hope bat everybody is as well satisfied with lie campaign and its results as I who were with me during my reporting my re member that I said very early that the appiest man on election night would e myself if perchance my opponent was elected by a small while bad a large Precisely that re1 ult has oome Talbot re eived of the Faneuil Hall Democratic bio from ton to fifteen thousand votes robably near the latter and bout the same number of Prohibitory Tako them off Talbots oto and add onequarter ol Inch 1 bad a fair right to to and I should bu now I am very glad I am o far as I am personally cono cpied would entail upon mo a ard and arduous duty in tbe service f the and for the same inade uate as I could earn more lian tho Governors salary in a single aw case by fees paid to me by willing Uoil reasoning would have SRured me thut it was next to imposs le to THE FOHCE3 AHIUYED AGUINST Every Federal inolud ng seven Custom Houses and their dc endents there quite every postmaster vith all his clerks and dependents very State amounting to more iat and all drawing pay from 10 every county officer aud f tbe eighteen with two exccp add their retainers employes and epciidcnts nearly nearly all the com ined press of the including the cligious one of at I know had been subsidized pre Bl against me a largo portion of the over wiii the highgu salaries made not come down all the tendents and niay bo are dependent whose capes tuxa nearly all t dally those located lily ornamented witli nearly or quite all whoso in flush have lit would in case of turers and supcrin of manufactories of whom the same f the colleges who tho and yet ised es ho hired officers of whoso salaries o dividends of all whom wi the men o tho combtn of tlie Administrat one of ore to speak to ftp au organiza ftolitical parties zed capital and iksj tuo man i controlling many of whom stewardship of them should be old grey vero found zeal hes in night in the mow ooked jli leaded nTe jrocossiSafSaHRuejDeflrctators ot the party States A from itor with Presi the two State without Jxccptto save them Representatives in ig neither of toy bolialf with bf Bar of Massa bf whom carnod more rvicoa in tho campaign earned the he Collector of tbe largo number of Cus an oralori ijsbonld have been coin ate any causeless ortantto tbe safety and welfare of the Thesefacts demonstrate that he people of the State were with mo at and the majority of the peo ile not holding or their relatives iot holding This 8 shown by tUo that I received more votes than other candidate or tho office of Governor ever receiv d who was defeated and more voles lianany candidate for the office of Governor ever had in this Stato except u a and greater than lie total vote of all candidates for the i hanyii clius ees fo igethtfr wit torn Douso j oal force potent to ann Presidential 4he State stood for 186 were not Nearly in spito of all it ought to than ambi ion of any AIDED what influence o you think abuse on the art of the opposition has had in this ampaigu JT General Butle very certain has Btiengthetfed rather than weak nod my bad dozens f men come tojjjra and say that they id thought of ijot voting for but mt the porsonatf abuse which I had uttered them so to or I neyBfeaid a harsh word you who wore ith me duiin nVyioanvass and report d all my know cept Col of I dor for all public and will be the money in the immediate fu That is in my judge ment beyond all Four fifths of all the people are united upon the question that Banks shall no long er issue are divided on tho question of whether that shall be a currency made uncertain in value by being redeemable in gold and which will bo car ried out of the country as a commodity whon it is more valuable to other ernments for other uses than it is to us as a But the failure of the experiment of which In my judgement is sure to willsettle fopinionnt general is I coh myserf to discussion of tho action Of the part that cap jtal bad played so arranging the currency as to cause the present dis regard to the question of whether that money waa hard or aa it is And then T con fined myself to State in my letter of 1 had call ed upon all without distinction of party and without agreeing with me in my financial or other to come together to sustain me in reforming tho extravagances and peculations of the State 6ffloials of the Republican and Ifelt myself bound to fol low out that line of the the leaders of the Republi and of ihe Faneuil Hall party refused to take those and by their newspapers declared that tho only issub was and brought their orators from could not have of one word about our Stats dis cuss that neoessiated my asking two gentlemen of national prominence to come into the State to aid and others who had discussed the financial question in and who were versed in the affairs of this to meet in as largo a degree aa possible this financial question and the Republican orators and their allies up on that The question of finance has not yet been discussed in this State but will bo hereafter when it bccamcs the proper issue before the you in oCyour Re publican partywill institute any sub whos going to win that f 2 or diet you hold this boss while 1 git down whar tbe jedges kin have a fair look at mo She got Tho orowd roared and threw up a hundred but she drew herself up and solemnly re marked When they offer a prize on the homclist woman in Im go ing up to the head of the class like a fourboss team Whars judges said the man who had previously addressed you are en titled to the I belive you tbe homeliest human being I ever I dont tbjuk as the fashionable dames of Liverpool and Boston or But it ii a delightful thing to see them grouped for in France there are more distinctive lines of The with his dashing uniform the with his immense hat and his somber flowing robes the grey in sandaled feet and shaven his robe of coarse stuff and his gridlo of twisted loud constant variety to tho Tho as have all sorts of an I stantial reform next winter at tho State House and Oljampion homely woman of Amer accept this premininl You bet I will was lior healthy re and in five minutes foiir or five dollars in change tossed at When tho shower ceased she made one step from the ground to a seat on the shdok tho old bowed right and and said Now yongit back and Mary you git back tbar and wo will drivo along to ihe lot and go in to camp fur if I kin take u prize here before tho fair what can we hope for when the performance gits under full free Letter If the international Exhibitions shall have no other at least they will servo the purpose of making people You wotildhavc to travel over many to tea as many differ ent nationalities as can be grouped to gether in a single hour While standing ou the Pont dlena on ttio bright au tumn The grand towers of tho Trocadero are covered with cur ious tho walks are crowded by eager and good uaturcd lu all these months I have scarcely heard a respectable and never anything that amounted to a serious quarrel waived from tho stately towers of the The sight is magui ficCnt and At your feet flows the alive with boats filled with tourists and covored with gay pennants and Immediately be fore you is the Font over which the mighty armies have marched tadjutator in is to defend the fair ly of any ctor of tbe opd lie junior Sepa ould not findwc ame and gieatfaine of Massachusetts the she was attacked y both those men ado violent and virtulent ttacks upon upon those upportca apd exhibited carica ares of me before I turned upon your Gener what arc the political indications of a campaign General campaign indi ates that Ihe leaders of the two par Republican and Democratic re to be found together hereafter in avor of their supposed common intor st in tho Money and they ave out the older principles which avo heretofore been tho recognized rinciples of their The Re givou up the broad st and noblest ptauk of their platform rights of all men equal protec on under the laws to all and 10 Democrats having also abandoned the platform of Jefferson and to become Ihe defenders of the theory that the issue of bunk notes is tho only honest the masses of both par tics sooner or will desert their leaders and in the opposition to as did the roasres of the Whig and Democratic parties desert their leaders and unite against slavery That shows that the money for the use of tho peopH and by tho and founded on the Veal Hi and credit of the receivarle for all dues to tbe and Wai ten General no They cannot do There is no source of corruption in the Government they can dry up without throwing off thoir ad when that is will immediately expose This will render the party so odious that they will not be able to carry out any re There will probably bo some attomps lo shift taxes from tho Stato on to persons or but that will be only changing the taxes from tho people and putting them on to cor a change of tho bur but affording no relief at if sufficient meas ures for relief and reform are not car ried what will be your course in the General have already in the little address which I delivered to my neighbors on tho night of tho that I proposed to devote the remainder of my life to the service of the people if they demand I came forward in this campaign at the de mand of the and I should do tho same thing again and again and I see some of tho Republican papers say I am dead I am glad they think If they do they will go on in their career of op pression of the both in the State and in the nation and if they do I will show them the liveliest corpse at a funeral that they have ever heard Personal success or defeat to mo is Premium Sunday afternoon while three or four hundred were loafing around the qntoranco to tho Stato fair a lonesome looking covered drawn y ca hove in view on the Ilolden It was plain enough that come family was on the and it was soon ascertained that the family consisted of only a woman and two Thu wagon stopped it reached tho crowd bonding forward to look on every side woman briefly inquired Bin a fair here A boy answcrd her that the State fair was about to and she called lo the children under the cover you wake and Mary you wake for heres biggest crowd of folks you ever seen1 No one in that crowd had ever seen f uch a homefy She was teeth nose mid month big enough for two A mai in tho crowd stepped afttr a long look at her and said are offering a premium here for the homliost woman in Amer Do you wish to foril JIow niiuh is it she And how muchll I have to in America aint I sot me down as tbe forth to victory and over rolled tbe rcmanent of a shatter and merely es men is impossible Jthat it could bo for a preponder ance of on the mostimpartial jury in the wdrld is dangcrdus to ha causa of The season of fetes is about com and it is remark able that the great military few weeks ago was participated In by the royal representatives of tho very na tions thct have done mare to destroy the military ascendency of France than all the rest of tho world At the final review on the ISthat Vinocn as the Russian Gland Duko and Prince of Wales down the flags were arms and hundreds of thousands roared them selves hoarse for tbe descendant of the men who drove their lathers back through the blinding snows of Russia and hurled their shattered battalions all blooding and torn from tuo field of The success of the Exposi tion is assured as far as tho internation al triumph is concerned Its human izing influence will extend far beyond the year mid may possibly leave its impress on ages and ages to Tho national treasury will have to sup ply a few millions of francs to make up the probable deficiency but the plethoric sacks of the tho the cabman and hotel keep for the another er will more than compensate loss and make them wish exhibition in Truly for An why isan ship asked Irishman like a its bo defeated host while with his victorious thundering after thpm from the fluid of It was this bridge that the savage Prussian desired to blow and it is said that it required all the nerve ol tho Iron Duko to divert him from his cruel On the right are mount Valcrien and and between you and them are the beautiful allies of Passy and tho pleasure grounds ol the Bois de The great Arc do Triomphe seems scarcely a stones throw and the Avenue of the Champs tho Place de la Con corde and the splendid gardens of the lay before yon like a fancy map a scene of unsurpassed The glittering variety of costume and character arc among the most attractive features of tho The quaint coiffeusce of Alsace and Lorraine are jostled by tho foz of tbe Turk and the caftan of the in these fierce sons of the desert look in tho midst of the throng their dark faces peering out from tho of their snowy while the glittering dagger and keen sword which hang suspended from their gird les serve as wholes omc warning to the curious spectator not to make too close an or too unceremonious Ctrovo and stately men are these Arab I sometimes doubt if they even smile they are accompanied by a few of their women and from the limited opportunity I have had for 1 sliouUj nay that their charms were not of a character to make them in danger of Christian Tho men some of handsome noblo heads over which the sculptor would delight to but the women are short and stumpy with pug noses and little ferret eyes which moje them tho most unattractive of human I can now under stand why the Arab thinks more of his horse than ho does of his for the liorso is both pretty and fust and the wife is neither one or the If Rachel looked thus Jacob paid a fear ful price for even with n herd of goats thrown into the bargain and if Leah was not as good looking as her 1 slioiili it us one of the frightfulest swindles ever recorded in In no one thing is the silent but rapid change which is going on in more perceptible than it is in national It is only in tho small towns and villages that you can find the distinctive national character In Berlin or ut Frank fort or the people you meet are dressed all and are in noth ing different from tho people in Lon New The would be belle of Petereberg drags her costly ilounces through the mud with as much nonchalance as her transconThe Very do you tiuental and glories as much in think is tho best size for a aUtho mysteries ot crimled a lazy fop to his pull thingamabobs and sternly tho cause aicb one of em is followed by fa The phonograpii is like the small brother of a young It will re peat everything said in Ins presence without regard to The Alexander and Bona parte slaughtered times as many victims as the midnight Will you settle that old account of yours this morning said a colon sir you are mistaken in the man I am not one of tho old Rochester admitted twentyfive law students to the bar in one That Rochester beer is getting If ye forgive not men their trespass neither will you FATHER forgive your A pretty girl down East is a mind She said to a bashful beau tho other night Lai I bolievo you are going to kiss me Shu wan Men who Imvo nice notions about religion have no business to be sold of A Western justice of the peace is credited with constructing and per forming tho following marriage cere mony Arise Grab hands Hitched Six dollars He commenced Oh can those eyes pf when she stop ped him short told him wasnt canning that kind of fruit just then and wouldnt be coaxed Tonkers Wars waged by Christian nations are notorious offences against the sixth A whoso husbands artistic perception bad caused his house to bo elegantly married his broth When hor after the sec ond complimented her upon tho beauty of her she niy dear broth erinlaw had such exquisite taste Sheridan wit and spend dunned by a tailor to pay at least the interest on bin answer ed that it was not his interest to pay tbe nor liin principle to pay the The tailor thoughtfully said a little blustering man to a religious opponent te what sect do you suppose 1 bolong I dont1 exactly replied his but Ui judge from your appear ance and constant I should thiuk you belonged to the class gener ally called   

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