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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 15 August 1884

RULES FOR GOVERNING THE PRIMARY ELECTION.' 1. That the Managers of the prima ry election for each club, and their clerks, immediately before opening the polls, shall repeat aloud after the pre. sIdig oeer of the clul.the following p g d solemnil Iledge my sa cred honbr thit I will aitIhfully 'per. foi a* p the uties. Inclient to my po sitiofn as Managei df th primary elee tion to the best of my ability.'' I[. The polls shall open at 7 A m, and close at 5 p in, when the votes shall be imtpediately cosunted publicly, openly and in the. presence of such members of the club as may choose to be present. by the Managers and the Clerks under the supervision of the pre siding officer of the club, without ad jotirnmenO or intpirrption, until the ae.is ;ofiplet0d, and the: resihl shaflbIe littinediately'declared. If two' or more ballots shall be found folded together compactly, only one shall be counted and the other destroyed, if they bear different names the.' some shall b.destroyed, and. n...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 15 August 1884

[For the Messenger. PEGGY SHIAW'S LETTER. PIcKENs CoUNTY, S. C. Mu. EIrTon: We'uns is had so much to do lately, I aint had no time to write to nobody::. Daddy had his wheat thraalijd, an' a heay of it was .ipiled, so we'uns had to stir it continuerly to keep the bal ance from ruinin' bodaciously. Then old Mis Stringer's bin migh ty sick, an' marnmy's had to stay over thar purty nigh all the time. Mis Stringer had the concentrated sore throat, an' a pain in the back of her head an' neck. The doctor was afeard it would turn into spi ral menrogetus. Poor old ereetur, she suffered a heap, an' she could ent eat nothin' less'n it was biled all to.fliuders.. I told you about that-young doe ter a curin' daddy of the newralli gy. Well, that jest set him up in this naberhood, an' he gits a heap of practis here. All the gals, nightV nigh it, is plum destracted about him, but I dont lew it'll do em airy grain of good. .He's pow erful nice an' perlite, au' I reckin they kaint-help it. Tha-r's Ju...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 22 August 1884

VOL. 1.] EASLEY, SOUTH CAROLINA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 22, 1884. fle fazleg 5essenger. Ente.jed at the Postqefice at Easley S..C., a Second -Class Matter. J. R. HAGOOD, Editor and Prop'r. TERMS OF SUBSCRTTIQN. One eu', rei r;t la advance......$1.00 Six moniths &*"t.... 65 RATES OF ADVEATISINO. One square (1 inch) 1 insertion......75c Each subsequent insertion......40c Liberal discount on contracts or by the column, half or quarter column. Marurhige notices free and solicited. Obituaries over 12 lines charged for. Correspondents, to insure attention, most give their till address. We are not responsible for the opin ions of our correspondents. All coiiunications for the paper must be ad(Iressed to the Editor; business letters to the Publisher of the MFsSENGEn, Easld, S. C. ONE DEAR LITTLE WOMAN. One dear little woman, With her eyes true blte, A face like the sunlight, And breath like the (lew. A wealth of brown hair, That has no need of art, So merry, yet earnest, Possesses my heart. No ...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 22 August 1884

fhe gazleq *esenger. J. RH HAGOOD, EDI tR NATIONAL AND STATE TidkET. For President, GRoVER CLEVELAND, of N. Y. For Vice-President, THos. A. HrNDRICKS, of Indiana. For Governor, HUGH S. THoMPsON. For Lieutenant Governor, JOHN C. SHEPHERD. For, Secretary of State, J. N. LIPsCOMB. For Treasurer, J. P. RICHARDSON. For Adjt. and Insp.-General, A. M. MANIGAULT. For Comptroller-General, W. E. STONEY. For Attorney-General, C. R. MILES. For S u perinten dent Education, AsunrnY COWARD. PICKENS COUNTY. For House Representatives, JoHN 1-. BOWEN, J. E. BoGGs. For Clerk of Court. J. J. LEWIS. For Sheriff. H. A. RiCHEY. For Probate 'Judge. J. H. NEWTON. Fov School Commissioner. LAnAN MAULDIN. For County Commissioners. J. E. Boiouwos. A. B. TALLEY. ELIAs DAY. For Coroner. J. A. LESLEY. COL. AIKEN AT PICKENS. The pressure for space this week prevents an extensive detailed re port of Col. Aiken's speech made at Pickens on Saturday last. It was a very comprehensive dis course on the Republican and Dem...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 22 August 1884

Hurricane, 0, Eastatoe, 0, Pump kintown, 0, Dacuoville, 0, X Plains, 1. Total, 49. B. S. Gaines-Easley, 4, Liber ty 13, Central 39, Pickens 9, Hur rieane 4, Eastatoe 6, Pnmpkin town 1: Dacusville 1, X Plains 1, Total, 78. J. K. Krkscey-Easle3, 11; Liberty, 6; Central, 31; Pickens, 48, Hnrricane, 7; Eastatoe, 27, Pumpkintown, 10; Da cusville, 7; X Plains, 0. Total, 147. TRIAL JUSTICES. Easley Township-J. R. Gossett, 246; Liberty, S. D. Stewart; Hiurri cane, J. A. McKee; Eastatoe, John T. Lewis; Pumpkintown, V. S. Jones; Pickens, J. B. Newberry; Central, B. J. Johnston; Dacusville, J. T. Clil dress. Grand Total of votes cast at each precinct: Easley, 470, Liberty, 167; Central, 249; Pickens, 238; Hurricane, 137; Eastatoo 101; Pumpkintown, 151; Dacusviile, 180; X Plains, 100. Whole munber of votes cast. 1,793. Qhe innlde OJLensenlfer. LOCAL AND COUNTY MATTERS. --Tn our County Ticket on 2d page, it should read J. J. Hord instead of .J. E. Boroughs, County Commr. --The 19th has passed, a...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 22 August 1884

[From Or Regular Correspondent. OUR WASHINGTON LETTER. WASHINGTON, D. C, A ug. 16. In view of the repeated denial on the subject the friends of Lieut. Kislingbury here were much shock ed this afternoon on learning that when his coffin was opened at Ro chester it was found that there was no flesh on his bones. It is not well understood why there has been so much concealment in this matter. Commander Schley and Admiral Nichols first denied that Henry had been shot. The official report of Lieut. Greely showed that they did not know what they were talking about. It turns out that there were only two people who knew about the shooting of Henry from Lieut. Greeley, Secre tary Chandler and Gen. Hazen. Gen. Hazen wanted to tell Sec'y Lincoln about it,'but was unable to see him, and he feared to send him a telegram on the subje It. Be ing in ignorance in the matter, 8ee'y Lincoln and Gen. Hancock now find themselves in the awk ward and unmilitary position of having attended the funeral of a ...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 22 August 1884

(From O'ir Regular Correspondent. OUR WASHINGTON LETTER. WASHINGTON, D. C, Aug. 16. In view of the repeated denial on the subject the friends of Lient. Kislingbury here were much shock ed this afternoon on learning that when his coffin was opened at Ro chester it was found that there was no flesh on his bones. It is not well understood why there has been so much concealment in this matter. Commander Schley and Admiral Nichols first denied that Henry had been shot. The official report -of Lieut. Greely showed that they did not know what they were talking about. It. turns out. that there were only two people who knew about the shooting of - Henry from Lieut. Greeley, Secre tary Chandler and Gen. Hazen. Gen. Hazen wanted to tell Sec'y Lincoln about it,'but was unable to see him, and he feared to send him a telegram on the subje It. Be ing in ignorance in the matter, See'y Lincoln and Gen. Hancock now find themselves in the awk ward and unmilitary position of having attended the funeral...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 22 August 1884

Fell Through a Trap. Judge William Carter, of Sheb oygan, and Judge Casweil Marks, of Selma, were both natives of Lex ington, Ky. Io boyhood they had jammed the same cat's head into the some milk pitcher, stolen peaches from the same tree, got trounced by the same farmers, were otherwise enviously intimate friends, afterwards chums at col lege and then errand boys in the same office. Later in life they parted and rose to sublime honors in their seperate places. Last Jan uary they met for the . first time since their parting, in Lexington, and brewed a convival bowl in honor of the event. About mid ight, full of affection and enthu siasm, they retired in the same bed. It was a huge affair, stand ing in the middle of the room and capable of being drawn up by ropes to the ceiling while0 the room was being cleaned. It was a very cold night and they placed their cloth ing upon the foot of the bed. Just after they fell asleep four friends entered softly, drew the bed by the ropes nearly t...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 22 August 1884

Fell Through a Trap. Judge William Carter, of Sheb oygan, and Judge Casweil Marks, of Selma, were both natives of Lex ington, Ky. 1I boyhood they had jamnied the same cat's head into the same milk pitcher, stolen peaches from the .same tree, got trounced by the same farmers, were otherwise enviously intimate friends, afterwards chums at col lege and thea errand boys in the same office. Later in life they parted and rose to sublime honors in their seperate places. Last Jan uary they met for the . first time since their parting, in Lexington, and brewed a convival bowl in honor of the event. About mid night, full of affection and enthu siasm, they retired in the same bed. It was a huge affair, stand ing in the middle of the room and capable of being drawn up by ropes to the ceiling while the room was being cleaned. It was a very cold night and they placed their cloth ing upon the foot of the bed. Just after they fell asleep four friends entered softly, drew the bed by the ropes nearly...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 22 August 1884

[For the Mes('1ger. MATTAPONL . It was Iy pleasure a fewv weeks ago, to visit, in company with a very cliarming - young lady,'Mat 1aponi, a very'old colonial church in King and Queen County, Va. This church is the only one re maining of several.built At intae v'als of ten miiles, by our fore-fLath ers, soon after the colonizatiol of Ainerica. This pirt of the new.country w-as settled by English aristocracy, most of whom iwerc Ejpiscopailians. These had mes,1 and.would not vor'hip in rude huts, as 'did the New Englanl Puritans; hence tihese above uentioned churches were buIt. At preselt, Matt.an)(li is lbout t lie oNy <e savd from t lie de vastations of time ; her sisters hav ing long since fallen ilto decay. She came near shasring like fate in the deeline of Episcopacy in Va. The Episcopalians becominr too weak to maintain -a church, had :1)andolned it to fate; it wats tlien re(eelned. about one-lh undred years ago, by the Baptist, who have helT- it ever since. . About 1 N83 t li...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 22 August 1884

Cured by Faith. The most remarkable instance of, the ac beng Wealed by faith, we have ever known, occurred in this cogiry ecently. It iq qo remark agle that it msy be calle4 a1zost a p'ecl(, although thi days of inir &Ieon are past. And we *ould esitlte to give the following re port, knowing the incredulity of the puplic on this snjeot, of this regar* le cure it Itwas not wel a entic ed, and .e ac kwak hundelIs by *hom the 6tiftement can be authenticated. Mrs. Wimpey, wife of Col. John A. Wimpey, of Norcross, lias been qfflicted for twenty .year4 A' great 4i pbrtion of this time she has been eonfined to her bed, and una ble to walk a step. Even in her better moments she was only able ,to wak 4cros tho room support ed bysine :assistant. She is an -estimeifl woman and bore'her af flictions with rare christian forti tude, hardly hoping that she would ever be well again. She has lived in Dahlonega,4tlaAta, and for sev .eral years in Norcross, and has tried all the remedies known to ...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 22 August 1884

MARGQIN k EULI. Yohebqd*I ner , h; Whards 3gu rinitog, sahl I'd hab yqu tfo t know, sah. I's iholdin' de,lines! You better stop dat prancin' You's powerfu) foind of *dancin'. Bit I'll bet iy yealis advancin' Dat I'll dure you ob de shines. Look heah, mule! Better miln' out Fust t'ing yonktnow you'll; find out How quick.I'lt west dis line out On you ugly, stubbo'n back. You needn't try to step up A n' lif' dat precious heel up, You's oot to plow dis fiel' up, Youl s, fora fact. Dar; dot's de way to do it! le's comiin' right down to it, Jds' watch ploWin' t'roo it! Dis nigger aint no fool! Some folks dey would beat him; Now, dat would only heat him I know jes' how to treat him; You mus' reason wid a imule. He mines me like a bigger, If he was ohly bigger He'd fotch a mighty figger, He would I tell you ! Yes, sah! See how he keeps a-clickin', An' neber thinks o' kickin' Whoa, dar! Nebuceadnezzah! * * * * - * *ls dis heah me, or not me ? Or is de debil got me! Was dat a cannon shot me? ...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 22 August 1884

MANAGING A MULE. You Nebudrkanezzssa4wi0, "ah; Vbar:ls y6utryin.to g, sah? P'd hab you for to" know, sah, I's a holdin' de, lines! You better stop dat prauchin You's powerful fond of dancin'. Bit I'll bet my yeahs advancin' Dat I'll cure you ob de shines. Look heah, mule! Better nin' out Fust t'ing you knoW you'll: find out How quick I'll wear dis line out On you ugly, stubbo'n back. You needn't try to step up A i' lif' dat precious heel up, You's oot to plow dis fiel' up, Youl has, fora fact. Dar; dot's de way to do it! lie's comin' right down to it, Jes' watch plowin' t'roo it! Dis nigger aint no fool! Some folks dey would beat hin; Now, dat would only heat hin I know jes' how to treat him; You mus' reason wid a mule. lie mines me like a nigger, 1f he was o)ly3 bigger He'd fotch a mighty figger, He would I tell you I Yes, s8ah! See how he keeps a-clickin', A n' neber thinks o' kickin' Whoa, dar! Nebuceadnezzah * * * * * Is dis heah me, or not me ? Or is de debil got me ! Was dat a...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 29 August 1884

t * VTL,, I*ALz Y UTH'CRr M(Q2S4I J2 3 3500 z 1884A. VOL. 1.1 ASLEY, SOUTTHB CAROLINA,.AG5 29, 1884. {NO. 47. ie- nlej g w gn. Ente.ed it."the: PoStofie at Easley S. C., as Seconc( ass M<atter. J. R,."iO#00 diitet ahlfrop'r. One 3-r, i F.; i ;I k . vn.00 Six months . 65 RATES OF ADVERTTSINo. One square (1 incH) 1 insertion ...... 76c Eachi..subseqient insertion............ 40c Liberal discoitut on contracts or by the cohton. halt or (uarter column. Marringe notices free and solielted. Obiti'les over 12 lines charged for. Correspoudents, to lusure attention, must give their full address. We are not responsible for the opin !o1s of our corresponden1ts. All comimui'aitions for the paper must be addressed to the Editor; business letters to the Publisher of the AI SS1ENG i;R, E isIc, S. C. THE PRICE OF FAME. Bill Arp on The Couduct of The National Campaigi. rie higher a man climbs the phliner he shows his fundamental infimities. That is if he has any and most people hav'e got them in ...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 29 August 1884

VOU,, LIXE A E'ASE SOU, T2itE .2 i J'sY AZUKGUT 1v11.8840 VOL. 1.] EASLEY, SOUTH CAROLINA, FRDY AGS 29, 1884. [NO. 47 She fasteg Ajessenger. Ente.eed at. the. Postoftice at Easley S. C., as Secon d Qlass Matter. J. R. IHAGOOD, 14tor ahd Piop'r.1 TERMP :OF SUBSCRIPTION. One %t, -.; i 1 i advance . $1.00 Six months " ". 65 RATES OF ADVERTISINO. One square (1 Inch) 1 insertion...76c Each subsequent insertion ............ 40e Liberal discobmt on contracts or by the column. halt or quarter colunm. Marriage notices free and solicited., Obitaries over 12 lines charged for. Corresponden ts. to insure attention, mii ust give their full address. We are not responsible for the opin) !ois of our correspondeltS. All communicaflons for the paper must be addressed to the Editor; bousiiess letters to the Plublisher of the N ESSi N. it, E asie, S. C. THE PRtCE OF FAME. Bill Arp on The Conduct of The National Campaign. The higher a manl e:lilmbs the plai ner he shows his fun damental infirmities. Tha...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 29 August 1884

J. R. HIAGOOD, ErroL. NATIONAL AND STATR ET. For President, GHoVER CLEVELAND,.of N. Y. For Vice-President, Tnos. A. HENDRICKS, of ndiana. For Governor, HUGH S. THoMPsoN. For Lieutenant Governor, JOHN C. SHEPHERD. For Secretary of State, J. N. LiiscoMit. For Treasurer, J. P. RICHARDSON. For Adjt. and Insp.-General, A. M. MANIGAULT. For-Comptroller-Geieiral, ' W. E. STONEY, For Attorney-General, C. R. MILES. For Superintendent Education, AsBuRY COwARD. For Solicitor 8th Circuit. Col. JAs. L. Oi. For Congress 3rd District. Coit. D. WYA-T AIKEN. PICKENS COUNTY. For House Representatives, 'JoHN H. BoWENx J. E. Bocnos. For Clerk of Court. J. J. LEWIS. For Sheriff. 11. A. Riency. For Probate Judge. J. 1-. NEWTON. I For School Commissioner. LATAN MAULDIN. For County Coniuissioners. A B. B. TAtT.. ELIAS DIAv. J. J. HERD) For Coroner, QJ. A. LESLEy. WE HAVE received at our offic the first number of the "Honea Pathi Herald,'' p~ubli shed by McDavid & Bear'd. From its first issue it promise...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 29 August 1884

LOCAL AND COUNTY MATTERS. -Next Motiday is Sa-lesday In Pick -The weather is beautiful, but warmi. -The cotton crops are looking real ly flne. -Let the County Cormmissioers, as goon as practicable, have the roads put i.'good condition. Mi., Jas, Prin'ce and his charming wife of Atlanta spent Wediesday night in oiir'town. -Local politics has come to a stand st-iAlaud what next shall entertain our people? It will soon be fodder ptlling tnime. -Mrs. W. If. Green anld little son, now of Anderson, paid our town a visit a Jew days atgo, and looked well, seeming to enjoy6 their visit very mITch. -MIs. R. K. 11111 has beeni contined to her bed and suilering intens'ely with Nenralgiat for the past week. May she soon be relieved. ---Lost, between Easley and Rev. Mir. Talley's, a heavy leather imter rein, with loop and btckle at one end. Finder Will please leave it this offce. -Miss Iolingsw'orth, a beautiful and accomplished young hidy of Pickens, S. C., who has been vistingr the Misses MCMak...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 29 August 1884

CLEVELAND ACCEPTS. fIs Letter in Anywer To His Noti fieation. A LBANY, N. Y., August 19.--The following was received to-day by ('ol. Lamont, secretary to Gover or Clevoland, who is at Upper Sa ranca lake, with instructions to make it public on receipt: AiANtuy, N. Y., August 18,'84. -Gentlemen: I have received your communication dated July ,)8, 1884, informing me of my nom ination to the offlce of President of the United States by the nation at democratic cSnvention, lately assembled at Chicago. I accept the nomination with grateful ap preciAtion of the supreme honor conferred and a solemn sense of the responsibility which, in its ae repjtance, I assume. VIEWS ON THE PLATFoRM. I have carefully considere d the platform adopted by the con ven tion, and cordially a pprove the same. A plain statement of the lemocratih laws and principles up on which that party appeals lo the suffrages of the people needs no supplement or explanation. It sI1ould be remembered that the of fice of presiden...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 29 August 1884

(For the Metssenger. LEGEND OF, THE MORNING GLORY. Through the (lark rows of waving corn Our Savior passed one Sabbath morn, That hungry men might pluck and eat The juicy ears so full and s weet. Just where Ills holy feet then trod Bright Rtowers came springing from the L,6d, That seemed in rainbow beauty born To glorify the Siuminer morn. Twining arournd each stalk. and ear They sent forth fragrance on the air, For Ills dear sake who from above Caine down to valk the earth in love. Some rosy with the kiss of dawn, And some in red flames wrapped the ,corn, Whilst others were of HIeavena's own blue, And all Inpearled with drops of dew. Now when the night hath passed away We oft behold at break of day, Glimbing on high thet morning-glory As if to tell the wondrous story, Of one who left His thr->ne inl Heavenl rlhat sinfiul man might be forgiven. Each tiny trumpet it doth raise Sweetly proclaims "The Master's" praise, And ol the breeze'in voiceless notes ,The "Glory in excelsis" fl...

Publication Title: Easley Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Easley messenger. — 29 August 1884

From Our Regular Correspondent.] O\UR WASIN(TON LETTEI. WASHINGTON, D. C, Ang. 23. There will be nothing in th( Blaine campaign to parallel thi entrance of Grant, Conkling, an< Cameron into the Garfield Can p)aign. There will be few of th< party leader's in the fi'd in thi Iext sixty days who were then or the stulm1p in many States. Per haps there was not sufficient au thority for it, but when Blaine wac nominated it, was reported that Mr Conkling would re-enter polities 1)y speaking il nis .support. Thter< is no hope of that now. It is s:i that John Sherman has almost los his voiice for an1Y purposes of th< Oalm paign. Gen. Grant's brief and effective talks will not, as in the arfiell battle, call tenls of thous ands to meetings and set wheel ill mnotionf that can save the day Ex-Senator Windom is somewhier in the far. Northwest; and will cul no figurC. Tile friskev Foster, (1 Ohio, is now the quietest of men. Th(ere -4re :i dozen more who ielp ed to umnke the Garfield ...

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