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Confin Netlon it an Oral Menfi court to be Buhl at on Ali est Day of August 1s60 it nil account of James Goard Imi of Margaret minor child of John Lute of West Kulm Mer cer deceased filed March z final account of in wild and Lont Zekhtser of John Loutz i Wilser late of Vest Sillem Mercer county Tec cased filed March 3 final account of Patrick executor of Panzer late of Delaware Mercer bled March deceased 4 final account of Mary Ann executrix of Joun late of East let Kawan Nock Iler cer deceased fled april t final acc into Cochran and Case administrators of John late of Deer Creole township merger deceased filed april 6 partial account of a Irani exec Utor of of West Salem deceased filed 7 final recount of James Breek Meldee and h administrators of h u of Findley Mercer deceased filed May Burehon and who was accompanied from1mentor to Paiua Ville by his wife and major of new and Garfield dined with Aud was received Wilh great he spoke a follows cannot fail to respond on such an in sight of such a to Auch a sustained by such i have listened to what my Friend bus two questions have been sweep ing through my hear tone what does the Mou umut mean and the what will the Monu ment teach let me try and ask you for a moment to help me to answer would sea the Monument menu the Monument Means u world of and a world of and a world of Aud a world of Glo Yon what it is to offer up your life to the and that is no Small As every Soldier let me put the question to you for a moment suppose your in the awfully embodied form of Majestic should stand alive you and i want your life come up Here on the plat form and offer Bow Many would walk up before that Majestic presence and t take Liis life and us it for your great and yet almost two millions of men made that and a Mou umut stands commemorate their that is one of its me try you a to give up life is for it is to give up wife and Home Aud child and but let me tent you this Way further suppose that awfully Majestic form should Call out to you and task you to give up health Aud not but half through a miserable existence for Long until you perish and die in your crippled find hopeless i ask you to Volunteer to do and it Calls for a higher resell of patriotism and self sacrifice but hundreds of thousands of you soldiers did that is what the Monument Means but let me ask you to go one step further suppose your country should come Here on this and in my name and for my Sake con sent to be idiots consent that your very brain and intellect shall be broken Down into hopeless idiocy for my How Many could be found to make that venture and yet and that with their eyes wide open to the horrible consequent obeyed that Ami let me Tell How of our soldiers were prisoners of Aud Many of a Beni death was stalking near when famine was climbing up into their Aud idiocy was threatening All that was left of their Gates of their prison stood open every enough military from the the Grant happily Defeated at showed what powerful Lodgment Bonapartian a made in our for the Pasanio for putting successful soldiers in Hig civil positions is the essence of Boua it is based on theas sump either that High office ought c be used As a Reward for military ser vice without regard to the candidate or that the government a have to rest on military Force instead of on it gone a enough among it is now big time to have an end of the be publican party has discarded it Ali adoption of ii by the democrats Doe not put any Bevier face of it i needless to say to most of our that the few precedents we have hat say ii Thieu the Union Ove a Liili Washington Aud Jackson Aud Hur rim were called to Rule was a Lii Feraut Community from thai which a to elect the next president it has changed from a simple am Tignall agricultural population Strung Eastern and manag ing almost All its Sairs through into an immense nation covering a continent and coot pet ing with in All the Industrial arts with a vast civil service vast accumulated wealth powerful corporations a thousand conflicting and with a momentum in its Progress which makes the slightest error in direction capable of tremendous taking the very narrowest View of the functions of the the president of such a Republic needs to be simply an Able or honest but one of the master politicians of the there is not much likelihood of such politicians finding Eie Tiou to tin presi Dency easy in our but we do Cerely believe a Strong move in that direction Lias been made in the Nomi nation of general Garfield that he to a order of men whom Hie people have to be persuaded to favour and and that the selection of another Soldier now Wotila be a Dis Tinct step backward toward a some what Barbaric theory of is it not time the Wardrum throb bed no longer Aud the Battle flags were even the parliament of Man be still some Ages Distant we wish it were possible to say All we fear it is seeming to disparage general Han cock and the class of Gallant men to which he none of we venture to who like to run them for the has half the respect for them that we we wish they were ten times More numerous in this Community than they but the example which the exhibit of simple and Loyal Devotion t of toil and sacrifice fun Roche things than precious Aud fruit fill As we believe it to retains it Force Only to Long As they follow the calling to which they were bred am which they they could not be As Good soldiers As they Are i they were fit candidates for the presi not one of them enters the political Arena without losing much if vol most of what makes him reall valuable to his i would rather than sex Petit things gained a be my Fortune but great things for a woman some men la like casting a Flowe Cju a Al Crafty men Condeta studies Sim ple men Admire Thein Wise men use however things May no evil thing Andi no Good thing is a fail u there is but what is within us the is either natural or Philip that there Shoubit nne Man die in who bad a capacity for knowl Edge this i Call a show me a people whose Trade is and i will show you a peo ple whose religion to maintain an Ohanlon because it s and not because it is is thou ride on Chelca Mangno All Down the very and saw the ranks of Battle Ransly where grand old Thomas held them from not Wylle meaner factions play their Brief Campaign against the Best of men for those spent balls of slander have their and ton Shalt see the Victory weary and ragged to Bong the broken lines of and thine own that Etiole is Blind that Garfield undermines that shot Short that hired slander speeds that Man will live whose place the state As and whose High mind the mighty nation Clever Philadelphia people who Are Clever with their needs prefer thyself above the the Beautiful is not lightning Rev la if requires 9t Daly but Ouie it happens As the Birds without despair to get and those within despair of is women detest a jealous Man whom hey do not but it angers them when a Man they do is of de childhood often holds a truth with u feeble which the grasp of uan mod cannot which it is ii Pride of utmost age to Ryhn Many persons Slegl Vobr death when seems the inclination an Latex or lie locomotive runs not the or set let the counsel of Shine own heart Sman More Faith a mutts mind for there is it us unto thee than it sometimes wont to Tell him More in seven that sit above High Mere bashfulness without Merit is awkward and Merit mod but modesty with Lerit has a double Palm to accept and meets with As any patrons As the child learns More by his fourth ear than tile philosopher by any sub sequent period of he learns fix an intelligible Isalgu to every out Ord object and int Tard by gentle impulse imparted by his lips the Day if they would desert their and enlist under the Flag of the enemy and out of not two per Ever receive the liberation from All that might come to but they took All these horrors and All these sufferings in preference to going Back upon the Flag of their country and the glory of its great god was Ever such measures of patriotism reached by any Man upon this Earth what your Monument before that in deceased tiled May final account of administrators of John Law of Spring Neld Mercer deceased bled May final account of administrator of Richard late or Oreene Mercer deceased bled mn5 of executor of Grace Lau of Lawrence Conn to deceased bled Lirt Lal account of Joseph one of the executors of Samuel late or Hickory Mercer de 1ipartlal account of one of tie exec Ulm or Samuel late of Hack Orv Mercer deceased Nuhi of Joseph Forker and Georte of Henry late of a Kory township Mercer county deceased flood june 15 final account of i Idman i Tralor of late of Hickory Mercer Dee ease filed Sinai soit administer matrix of Lydia Bartholomew Lute of Ejmi Tanni Mercer in june 17 of Sannel late Sorshe Irango Mercer deceased filed of George rim late of executor o or Henop Flold Mercer by the Subtle chemistry that do Man All the blood thut was shed by All the lives that were All the grief that was at last crystallized itself Luto rendered immortal the great truth for which they Aud it Strauda there and that is what your Monument what does it teach what will it Leach i remember the Story of one of the old conquerors of when he had travelled n his boyhood Over the battlefields where Miltiades had won victories and set up he said these trophies of Miltiades will never let Why something had taught him from the chiselled Stone a lesson that he could never that silent that crowned Granite column will look Down on the boys that will walk these streets for generations to and will not let them sleep when their country Calls More than the bugler on the from his dead lips will go out a Call that the children of Lake county will hear after the grave has covered us All and our immediate that is the teaching of your Monn that is its and it is the lesson of endurance for what we be Lieve and it is the lesson of Sacri fice for what we think the lesson of heroism for what we mean to nothing new under the the popular science monthly pub Lishes abstracts from the o chief Justice Daly before the Geo graphical in which he says from Oue of these compiled of our modern and the compilation o which is shown to have been made More than years it Baa been what has Long been that Calder was the Parent land of astronomy for it is found from this and from other that the babylonians catalogued the and distinguished and named the constellations thai they arranged the twelve constellations that form our present Zodiac to show the course of the suns path in the heavens divided time into and years that they divided the As we now have into seven six being Days of Aud the seventh a Day of to which they gave a name from which we have derived our word Aud which As a Day of rest from All labor of every they observed As rigorously As the jew or the Puri the motion of the heavenly bodies Aud the Phenomena of the weather were noted and a con As i have before de As de Peryilie claims to have Between the weather and the changes of the they invented the Sundial to Mark the movements of the heavenly bodies the water clock to measure and they speak in this work of the spots on the a fact they could Only have known by the Aid of which it is supposed they from observations that they have noted Down of the rising of and the fact that Layard found a Crys Tal Lead in the ruins of these bricks contain an account of the substantially the same As the narrative in the except that the names Are they Dis close that houses and Laud were then leased Aud mortgaged that Money was loaned at and that the Market to use an american worked snares that the when blowing with beguiled his labor with Short Zutl homely two of which have been and connect this very Remote civilization with the usages of celery from the american land that was heavily manured Aud that lesson people like cannot be lost to a Donaldson Mary sskw4t3rtissraaisbssa it is not a lesson of revenge it is not a lesson of Wrath it is the Broad lesson of the immortality of the truth that we Hope will soon As with the grand Shekinah of Light Aud All parts of this be from the lakes to the i once entered n House in old Mas where Over its doors were two crossed sword one was the sword carried by Hie Grandfather of its owner on the Field of Bunker and the other was the sword carried Liy the English grandsire of the wife on the same Field Andon the other Side of the under these crossed in the restored Harmony of Domestic lived a Happy and contended and free family under the Light of on Republican i Trust the time is not far Distant under the crossed swords and the locked Shields of North our people shall sleep in peace and Rise in love and Harmony under the Union of our Flag of the stars and a pre pared water on is a sure preventive against the bites of Mosquito stand other noxious it is also Yery useful for pro Strong solution for this the United states represents Over is More than the wheat Orp of the made As can Boa leu was the Spring and a naturally Rich Oil is Best adapted to this a few years ago it was thought necessary to dig trenches in which to Plant it this is but it requires very deep and it is Best to draw two the same As for sugar beets or and set them in the Bottom of the land Best adapted to it is a moist As it is a Saltwater the time to set it out is from the Middle to the last of the rows should be from4 to 5 feet and the plants separated 10 inches in the after the first of september the soil should be drawn up to the to keep them As compact As and prevent the branches from spread the More and oftener they Are banked up the so As not to cover the Centre shoot or Bud if this is covered the Plant will be Sui other there Are a number of different varieties in but they differ less in celery than in any other vege the excellence of this vegetable depends More on culture than on about the last of october a Trench is generally dug 18 inches deep and 12 inches in some dry place where water will not stand the Plant is then lifted with As much dirt round the Root As set in As close As it May keep and it will continue to grow when properly packed should be covered with Over which a layer of Straw or leaves should be Laid to keep out and its preservation for Winter use is women Young woman after exploring the and fur Belows of her new suit with a desperate air for some i do wish dressmakers would put in a or i were a How Many pockets have you brother after some seconds of profound arithmetical answered with deliberation tinged with sadness let me four and three is seven and four is but i mean to have another put in my Vest right and an inside one in both sides of my coat would be father carries tilings sometimes in his but i can generally get along with about a dozen we submit that pockets Are privilege which must be opened to the in conveniences of feminine attire for business purposes Are sufficiently onerous without making it Barren of trimming is most All pock ets except that they seem to be put on wrong Side even the ladies purse has to be carried in the or is exposed in a shallow outside bag with Mouth gaping to the we can scarcely recall a woman right of which the sex is in More need i ban the i ight to it is a Concession which will not be until rung from dressmakers by a Campaign at the ballot but it will have to when it was once decided to teach women the All other exclusive immunities of Mankind were thrown open to and in due Lime pockets Brightside outland recept Stoby of an Oil a or com and the Slappy pc Mlls that came new York one of the most famous of the Oil farms that were developed in the Early Days of the Petroleum excitement at Oil Creek was the Hyde Egbert near that of and his partner had be tween them which they paid for the this was considered an image vibe Price for As it bad not yielded enough under cultivation to pay in 1864 they struck Oil on they had several Good but none that compared with the Grunt gushers that had spouted their and barrels a Day further Down the Hyde egberts superintendent bad u brother who lived in an Eastern he was in love with a Young lady of the was noted in the neighbourhood As a great one night in the Early fall of a troupe of indians gave an exhibition in the the Young Man and the Young lady in question attended it after he had escorted her he seized an Opportunity that and asked her to become his she refused he went to bed disappointed Aud he had Long entertained the idea of seeking his Fortune in the Oil Aud before he retired that night he had determined on carrying out the idea without further before morning he had a he thought that he stood in a mountainous alone and suddenly an hideous in War sprang from a and re spied toward him with his Tomahawk Rais the dreamer was he tried to save himself by but he could not he had resigned himself to his when another person appeared on the it was fingers May do much with Small Cap Yards of White sew fug silk Feather such As is sold in the shops for a Dollar a made at Home for the Only expense be ing the silk of which it was compos and being made of the was accordingly handsomer than if bought Aud sewed another Young lady had set her heart on Jet embroidery and fringe for her alas the Cost exceeded that of the dress and was far beyond her she was artistic ind ingenious and so made her own beaded trimming on paying Only for the the net foundation and the sewing silk Gingham Aud Pongee sunshades Are and May be made at Home at Small Cost if one has an old Frame to As most people Kip the old cover off carefully and cot out the new exactly by taking care that the threads run join the Gores with a French taking great pains to have your tensions just and fasten of strongly to the Frame through the holes made for the silk umbrellas May be covered in the same manner it Souly a question of great painstaking not to stretch the Lovely guts de suede have been made at Home from Chamois using an old Glove ripped apart for and numberless such economies May be and Are practice by the Lawnmower f free press i turn Over in bed and vow that you will shoot his Poison and leave wishbones where his cat will find them and choke to Olio the Iron hard hearted nextdoor who went to bed at Sundown for no other purpose than to get no at 5 Oclock and Gallop Bis old Lawnmower Battle whirr bang b Hes there he simply stopped for a moment to spit on his hands and get ready for a new just five by the and some fool of a doctor has told him that the morning air is Good for him he knows that he is disturbing every woman Anil child within a Block of but what dons he care his goes Hes got his coat pants in his and Hes ladies who have Leisure Aud Inge the White ties so universally worn Cost next to nothing when made at Yard of Nain Sook or Victo Ria Lawn will make eight or and they May be All he stitched or and More or less lace mitts Are Excel in Lent gio1 ves for the coquette who Hud him had a rejected his she quickly placed the Rifle in her jilted lovers hands Aud the Lover covered the Indian with the Rifle and when the smoke cleared the Indian was where he had stood there gushed from the ground a Stream of Oil of great it flowed Down Over the land in a miniature the Young Man awoke from his it made a great impression upon he interpreted it As a Good Omen for not Only in Busi Ness but in Bis love he departed for Oil Creek next and went first to the farm where his brother was one Day the superintendent was showing his vis iting brother Over the Hyde Egbert suddenly the latter stopped and looked about him with an exclamation of this is the very that i saw in my said he then related the dream to his the spot was not considered a favourable one for striking but the dream of the Young Man so favor ably impressed the superintendent that he determined to sink a Well the result was awaited with intense interest by the two the at the depth of 600 struck a literal River of the Rich Deposit spouted out of the Earth at the poor costing no More than kid Ami outlasting hem two or three Lisle thread should be bought a size larger than As they cling closely and adapt themselves to the size of the while if tight they soon Wear As a question of Economy poor girls cannot afford to Wear cheap or even crepe Linse a few real laces Are far cheaper in the since they last and Are always Nice looking if Linen collars must be worn for Luck Are stylish with any but after All it is the Way in which clothes Are cared for which tells most in the Long tossed Pell Mell into a and rooted through when one is cannot Long retain their there fore ribbons should be rolled up smoothly after wearing ties should be smoothed out and wound Over and ruffles and Flowers tenderly picked out when they Are Aud Laid carefully away in a Box while a dress should when taken be tossed Down on a but or at least and Hung up wrong Side Hancocks new York i while the Cincinnati convention was in Hiram a Delegate from and Edilo Rof the Montpelier Argus and made the following statement As to Hancocks position in regard to tildes aspirations soon after the electoral commis Sion had promulgated its Hancock wrote to Sheridan that he believed that Tilden had been elected president of the United and being so he had a right to take the oath of office elsewhere than at wherever he might be that Grants term thinking How Nice it must be to live in the country and Canter around Over the country be hanged lawnmowers and nextdoor neighbors be hanged the Man who sold him that Lawnmower warranted it to be just remember that when you get shooting yes nimm Burro or Zzz the tatty wakes up with a Why he can a baby stand More than a horse everybody wakes if you think people can sleep on and dream of the of heaven while a Man is pounding Sheet Iron with a you have lived in Gur r his old machine has struck a Hope the Contact has wrenched off every twisted every Spring out of and Flung villain Fence handover heels against nobody but a villain wot lil have a Lawn to mow in the first Piid to lady but Mutton head would on a empty Ston Ucli in this Valarious his health what is his health cum Ureil with the peace of his neigh Bors who cares whether he gets fat Aud lives or grows leu Aud Dies our egg Zzz bang Rattie Lih him alone there u a provi ded Anil that Providence sometimes Rivea a villain rope to play just to see him squirm when he is brought up with a Sharp that Mower May if the Uio Ruig Tir will bring of sore tooth neuralgia and May he have them All jump in on him at and stand by him like an in Dinv Ami May every Tietge Lior whom he has disturbed by his villainous noise grow int and sleek and und live to beat him for the Only office he Ever cared sunflowers Are recommended in an Exchange for bean planting at a suitable distance in the Garden and planting the Beans around them when three or Lour inches a Gardener recommends that to keep bugs off Melon and Squash vines a Tomato Plant be set in each Sav ing that when he had followed this his Young plants were not to when the stopper of a Glass bottle or decanter becomes and too tight to be removed by Ordinary wind a cloth wet with hot water around the which will cause the Glass to when the stopper can easily be Token an Ohio Man says there is nothing that fowls like so Well in the Way of Green food As the tops of the Swiss Chard he is sure that All Poul try men who try it will set him Down As a Benefactor for giving this info these tops also make Excel Lent greens for table there is reason in the notion that n cabbage Leaf worn on the wi4h in the will prevent there is no special virtue in cabbage leaves any other leaves will answer will wet any Hub of the kind worn upon the head will serve to protect it from the hot it is not generally known How easy it is to propagate most shrubs by Root roots the size of a penholder Are tue Cut these into pieces an Inch and Plant them an Inch deep in a cold and they will be six inches High and ready to Plant by the time the Garden plat is of says that train ing Lima Beans on poles in not Only Lut a decided Dis Advant when the tendrils begin to Start on the plants he nips Thein by going Over them two or three times and dipping ing the plan become Low and and Are loaded with Early maturing a Western paper recommends raw shells and Tor scours in cat pull Oul the crack the clap it on the Root of the and let two or three arc enough for a Young calf from that up to two dozen for u it is the Best euro for loss of keep a calf feed regularly in Quantity and temperature Femi no uncooked and you will not be troubled with of office would expire at Midnight of the 3d of and after hour he received Auy orders from til Den As president of the United he should obey As is Well Tilden did not take the i i ii Ilia Tow Volu ii ii i rate of 2 000 barrels a the Well of and Hancock w democratic platform we stick yet to what principles we have except we take Back All that we have heretofore suite against military candidates without civil qualification or we believe in a variegated including free without which the democratic party would cease to Tefs is what we mean by a Tariff for Revenue Acle of the current impediments of in mortal souls shall be devised both o improve and adorn the attire of what would Man without pockets be a few Sweet herbs should place in every every Cook and housekeeper know the value of the Little Patch of herbs upon which she makes such daily drafts in sum and her with such a Nice collection for Winter sea without which the thanks giving Turkey would lose All while Strong kinds u pruning by pinching is a species of pruning 30 or As ills used in its fitness for other purposes we need not during the month of june vendors can be accomplished by Mic Liing the Young growth of our Inest Sulci As Sil ver especially do the Silver firs respond to this a specimen of for May be kept in per act symmetry by pinching the Leader Mil a few rampant Side shoots while h their softest stage of full growth ind not Only but the same Plant May be made to take on the most homely curving and weeping shapes simply Pinch tug a part of the up Vard tending in in the Assof Many the use of the Huguin knife might be almost Dis if pinching were practice intelligently from an Early Many know what an influence on he size and Quality of grapes is exer ised by a system of Well devised the sap May be thus forc d Back from the Mere production of excessive and employed in nourishing embryo grapes by simply growth nor pinching less valuable for the de elopement of the Beauty of ornament Al inching Oft Someon beyond the newly formed i a mouse on a became famous at Iowa Given the name of the because of the Coquettis Ness of the Young lady that resulted in its being thousands of persons flocked to the farm to see and a fee of ten cents a head was charged for a sight of pouring its wealth into egberts it flowed for fifteen Egbert made an immense Fortune from and then Soldon twentieth interest in it for he gave to the Young Man whose dream led to the discovery of the coquette with that sum to Start the fortunate dreamer in a few months made a handsome he re turned to his native still Loving the Young lady who had re fused his and learning that since his departure she ind ceased entirely to go into he proposed to her this time he was and he married the former shortly after the Well ceased to yield Oil it fell to a Small and then became entirely a few Rotten timbers of the Derrick Ilia stood above the once famous Well is All that Marks the spot where the River of Oil burst the publication now ought to up tildes friends that he had no by Garfield Garfield confidential business furnishes the Cleveland Leader with a state ment of the letters earthly from which it appears that during his 17 years career in a por Tion of the time serving As chairman of the committee on and disbursing Over a thousand Mil lion of out of which position he could have realized millions if he been dishonestly Gurfield never accumulated any prop erty to any great on the is today comparatively a poor All of his worldly posses Sions consist of a House in Washington which Cost him Anil for which he Rau in and his Lawn not called upon to take the Steps which he undoubtedly would have taken if called 1 do not know whether tilde was Ever apprised of this Resolution of Hancock or i prose Raver or More determined supporter than Hancock at the time when the great fraud was Hancock waa visited on june 25th by a limes who showed i is Story Ami requested Hancock to make a statement in regard to he then declared it was nut a mouse recently intruded itself at in Lake into a Ladys chamber and found upon her toilet table a Small vial of it is but fair to the lady used for Tho Benefit of her the vial was stoppered with a paper which of course was saturated with the the mouse Nib bled off the Tup of the Cork and finally succeeded in drawing and then regaled itself with what the paper had under the stimulus thus it had made its presence in the room very and a care Ful search Orit was promptly ins Titu it was soon discovered in the drawer of a stretched at full length on a comfortable dead when it was removed and thrown Ann the the Shock restored it to partial consciousness and to a staggering Effort at Locombo moral it is not Safe even to smell the Cork of a whisky Norris Toum consisting of 150 and costing him about in addition he has expended about on his House and some in stocking his the total value of his progeny foots up about from this should be deducted his amounting to leaving him possessed of about is the accumulation of 17 year service in con Gress and his Law practice before the supreme and District does this look As though Garfield was a grabber to any great extent Grant and that Chicago congregational Church Saya respecting the statement that Grant would support Hancock Grant promptly denied the report the addressed to the editor of thf9 is interesting As confirmatory of that and Al so As contradictory of the report that Grant cherished a personal spite against Grant says you Hare probably seen that i de York truth the very Day it waa Start have to his person not Ocial Aya Gaii of Floc and military record if goo the rec Ord of the Rhim in nomination is yours Gar Fields atl4atworkatacarpenters at 16 driving a canal at 18 student at Chester at 21 teaching in Public at 23 entered Williams at 28 graduated with the honors of his at 27 Tutor in Hiram at 28 principal of Hiram Coll at 29 youngest member of the Ohio at 30 colonel of the 42d Ohio regi at 31 commander of brigade whip Ped the res under Humphrey mar shall helped Bnell at Pittsburgh Landing siege of at 32 chief of of the army of the at 33 in Congress of the United As successor of Joshua at 48 elected United states having been in Congress 17 at 49 Republican candidate for the at so will be the president of the United True As regarded and would make no further considering it manifestly improper to do it has since transpired that the letter was written to Sherman and not to under the following Circum sauces for several Days prior to March was a Strong desire in Washington to Dis cover the position of leading army officers on the then Hancock being commander of the department of the with Headquarters on governors his views were considered to be of special importance for if should take the oath of office in new York and be supported by a serious conflict could hardly be at thai Lime Sherman visited new York and took pains to find out Han Cocks position in the he for Mally addressed a note to Hancock and requested an answer in it is stated that Hancock replied at length to and thut la ibis reply lie that he believed Tilden had been lawfully and that if the House of representatives should so and if Tilden should take the oath of of face on March 4 at any place whatever he would thereafter look to him for and not a pretty dress for two there is a furore this season for and neat american makes May be had for 12 cents a there Are two qualities at this one thick and heavy for hard Wear the other the Zephyr which is of lighter weight and much Dressy in is we heartily recommend kinds of barrels barrels of Money constantly on tap at the North double barrelled shotguns for democratic col ored game at the South and barrels of tapped at each for the use of democratic voters at the South West and we recommend the Guiou of the three in All doubtful slates and for the Verann of minorities into a work lug All voters should also be provided with double we Are in favor of hard or soft according to the latitude or 1 Ingi tude of the polling and there in we Are heartily to favor of democratic however As Jefferson ought to have eternal majorities Are Good for democratic ideas of our old and tried servant who worked so hard and uns Crudu we discharge with this certificate of character he is a first rate and will do More dirty work than any servant we Ever not excepting Van or Buch to pawnbrokers and busted corporations generally we heartily commend he wants High but he is Worth if you desire to get a Large yield of Rich give your cows every Day water slightly in which bran has been stirred at Iho Rale of one quart to two Gallons of will i you have not tried More what of must twelve Yards will be a dozen Plain smoked Pearl 10 and 15 Yards of White Hamburg for at 2 cents a brings the Cost to and two spools of for round out the this May be made with the baby with Yoke and if the wearer is or a coat if and the trimmings Are to be edged with the which is very a tiny Scallop and but which never fess looks very if you r a Lawn to a that May be iad at the same and trimmed with italian at 15 the Price of two a High horse from the there arrived in this City yesterday what is believed to be the largest horse that has Ever fallen under the Eye of anatomist or Verita ble Equine which animals of the Ordinary height Are As the animal was bred in from our native draught and certainly no Region except one of the Limestone bases could have devel oped such an enormous Equine Anat his registered height is Twenty hands and one or highly one being a foot taller than the average his weight is stated to be pounds but All these Points will probably be verified today by competent veterinary As standing in the stable the color of the animal appears to be a uniform dark without a spot or it should not be judged that this although is unprecedented in at the Centennial exhibition in a Span of horses was placed on each of which was eighteen hands and one Inch the animals were bred in Canada and became the property of a Philadelphia Brewer when the exhibition the late Popo Pio Nono was the fortunate possessor of one of the largest horses in Ani Mal eighteen hands Ana one Inch and the hanoverian stables for Mierly contained another of nearly that the monster in this City is accompanied by his but it is understood that he has been secured by Barnum at a Price of and will presently be placed on exhibit you this Dally proct that you r co w will give 25 per More milk immediately under the effects of she will become so accustomed to the diet As to refuse to drink Clear unless very in planning a says Stevenson in his new Book on House each room should be so arranged As to have the most comfortable exposure it would be a mistake to make a drawing face where it would never see the or u dining room to the where the level Sun in summer three evening at Dinu Erninie enl Liades the whole room and compels the blinds to be completely closed or to make the Entrance open toward the most Stormy Point of the in a dining room a Southeastern aspect is the with Thunn Lii lung into it when we get in Case of a Short Hay there is still ample time to secure a Supply of fodder to take its one excellent substitute is fodder common Western Corn grows rapidly and furnishes a and the ugly the Butts Are Large the cows will generally eat them up it will grow from six to eight feet High in two up to the 20th of july hungarian grass May be it will grow even in very dry and will yield a Good crop of Hay if favored with a coat of should there be Rains about the 1st of bar Ley May be which will give Good fodder the lust of will take his when Daugherty named Hancock for president at the Cincinnati con he closed by saying that if elected he would take his and the statement Drew rounds of a there May not be anything serious about a president elect taking his it has been done Twenty three and that makes it quite and yet when we hear thut statement repented by newspapers and prominent men All Over the when we hear leading democrats slate that they have a candidate now who will Lake his seat if elect an l who reply to objections against Hancocks being a military Man and Nolcini that i hey cure for nothing we Are afraid that there was a meaning in the Nomina Tion of Hancock deeper than a sense of his for Twenty years the democratic party have been strangers to the White ejected from control of the government on account of their Orl Cial connection with the they have Buen distrusted by the people to such it de Gree that they have been beaten by n decisive majority in every instance except that of at that time the electoral vote was the republicans having barely a f elect artificial colouring of a Young Man got aboard of a hone car of three one one Green and one of a delicate flesh coloured the Flowers attracted the attention of the and one lady remarked that she had seen the bad of the Green and another said she bad seen the Rose but had never seen any so perfect As this Nally the Young Man volunteered information that All were White in the and that the colouring was done by putting the Stem of one into Green and the other into red although the leaves were beautifully coloured the color would Rah but it seemed As if nature had the it Only required min utes to change the Cut one of the Moat successful remedies for Cut Worms on a Large scale is a mixture consisting of two parts of Quick three Parta of soot and one part of coarse or refuse this is used As a top being applied immediately after and should be Well rolled it has the advantage of being perfectly harmless to the crops it is a most Excel Lent and powerful As Well As destroyer of All kinds of insects and Many refuse from Gas nitrate of rape cake and Chloride of mixed and spread with a Are highly and the sowing of soda Ash or guano Broad cast when a previous crop of White Mustard is claimed to Clear the land of presumably by starving for the roots of the mus Tard Are extremely acrid and occupy the soil to the exclusion of any More nutritious a close grazing with sheep seems beneficial when pastures Are badly the same result la also obtained by compacting the surface with heavy j for a Nice simple place half a pint of Rice in a Little cold and toil until nearly pour into pint of Rich and boil stirring it All the till it is of the consistency of stiff sweeten with half a Pound of and flavor with Rose water or whatever you place in Moulds dipped in cold ind turn out when hard on Flat eat with Cream and Hancock will take his seat if elect if this threat were literally Cor a should not object to it but it is not meant trans it Means that Hancock will take his seat if the democratic politicians declare Horn it Means that what the properly constituted authorities decide in the matter in to be overruled by a caucus of rebel Bri Godiers if they so and that Hancock is to be made the tool for the inauguration of a new do we draw on the imagination for tills if Why this threat embodied in the proceedings of the Conven Tion at repeated by Lead ing and Little men and newspapers of the democratic party All Over the Hancock will take Why will Hancock take his seat if elected any More certainly than an other Hancock is a military Man he is the senior major general of the regular army he is accustomed to bayonets and sabres and Cannon the Law of Bis life has been the Law of and be will take his seat if democratic politicians decide thai be is we warn the democratic leaders of the Folly of such a proceed they tried it and Twenty years of political Conse quent upon that should be a warning to they thought then As that their word was Law to their hut when they left the Side of the then their party did not follow them in their proposed Progress in Bible the Victory of the american team at Dolly june with a score of against for their Irish sir shooting on each shows that the limit of pro Gress in Rifle Rifle has not yet been this May be safely inferred from the fact that the Best previous shooting in any match has been exceeded in and yet a considerable margin Between its record and Lute the precision Al ready arrived is such thed40sbotb Fred at Jolly mount would have missed the ranged being and

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