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The Maliis tfetnocrats bare Instructed
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Tbb North Carolina Democrats bare
i aomknsted Ibr rOTMHor, Z. B. Vaacv t
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Smug Kim's health continues to
Improve, and be la now able to ride out.
f ,T Arkauias Democracy at.tUclr State
contention on Wednesday, nominated
fc governor, W. R. Mnier, prent aud
itor of State.
N OtAdaBjrnuD declared, wtien Blatoe
wu jttrock ;tth apoplexy or by the sun,
that ft was a oase of assassination. What
does he caD the stroke that Blaine jrot In
the ttadnnan convention r
Tot county court of Cook county has
decreed that Mrs. Abraham Lincoln is
fully restored to reason and competent to
.take th9.ootrol of her property, which
Bsi been banded ore W ber by' her 'son
Thb fadacah ' Xetoi ' says t "Edward
McPbersoD, of Illinois, was yesterday
elected permanent president of the na
tional RcpnbTtotr convention." What
shameful ignorance I &J. don't lire t in
thh State, ttn Is oae ot ,,'the Peant ylva
Woman so.fi rags resolutious hare been
introduced before at Republican natioual
conventions and this oue was received,
as Its predecessors always hare been,
with applause and laubter, and was
the latd in Its little grave in the commit
tee. . i,v - :9 ; "
Thb Murphysboro -Independent Says:
"Rust has made Its' prapraiice la the
wheat crop . in Randwlph- county. - We
have heard no trouble from this or any
other source with the wheat crop in this
county. The greatest complaint is, that
wheat is very thia, towing to late , freezes
during early tpi-iH. ; 1 K ''-
CojaatKQ'a nomination in the conven
tion, made by Stewart Woodford of Now
York, received no . second, and Wood
fortfV allusion to Conkllng's steadfast
friendship for Ulysses 8. Grant, the
silent and the brave man whom the Re
publicans have twioa placed in the presi
dential ehair," awakened not even one
A JUKKOW gauge railroad ; between
Chester "in Randolph county and Red
Bud on the Cairo and St. Louts narow
gauge, Is projected.'; The road is1 to be
called the St. Louis, Uhexter and Western
railway, and the sum ot fifty . thousand
dollars is to be raised by the basinets
men of Chester to ensure the building of
the road. - , ; j.i. j
Onil of Blaine's doctors felt so rejoiced
over Blaine's recovery Uc other day that
he wrote and handed to a newspaper cor
tespondent the following rhymes :
"Tell the frieods of Jamie Blaine
lUai sutitUiM ever follows ramj "J
Tall tk Am fJaiuie main. A"- v
That Jamie is himself again. "
lit Blight now supplement these with
other rhymes, as follows : ' '
Tell the friend of Jamie Blaine,
, Tltai aftcriMnahln eooars the rain
Tell tbe fsee of Jamie Blaine,
That Uxy'v got im dowa again, . -r
Thb "Jbnesboro" Qufeite says : "The
Cairo BcLLkmr lays that Tom Halliday,
of Cairo, would be a good Democratic
candidate for the legislature from this
district, lie is a capable and popular
gentleman. 'Judge Fred. Bros would
look well la fitter branch f the flute
legislature. He is both capable and hon
est." We arc for Brosa forwell, auv
thing jMita&u from president down to
county judge. In the hous3 he would
look at home ; in the senate, splendid.
In' ftctBrpaa J m food looking' mnsi
wherever he is, and as a runner before
the people can beat the fastest. lie has
had so much experience you know.
A Mk in Hancock county, Ohio,
wimed, Isaac B, Charles. hat , recently
been arrested for the wholesale poisoning
of thirteen people. Four of these were
dead at last accounts and the others not
expected to survive, Tike cause of the
deed wm a difficulty about a family es
tate, ana the poisouing was done by
Charles placing arsenic iu the sponge ul
the bread prepared by hi wife to teed
the relatives who were to nteot at Charles'
house for the purpose of consultation.
The lather, mother, and first wile and
child of the poisoner all diod under
strange circumstances some years ago,
and the supposition now is that Charles
waa the agent of their UestructlonTh)
murderer has been man of good reputa
tion, a member ot the Methodist church,
and waa recently city treasurer of the
town ot'Ada. v' . , .
SsBaUT LOW AX.
The New York Uerald't caiiiliiluta.
the Cincinnati nomination was Senator
ConUlng. .The BermU was chock full
of "reasons" why ' Coukling should be
chosen to head the ticket.
at the head of the ticket it was willing
that tae Wet should have tlte second
place, and said some very flatierlug
uuugs aooot our own Ixgan for v
president. It said he was one of the really
Treat men of this mMnn rm r
men who had innwn iwlsii u u peace
ana ib war ; tnat 1st wastteMurat otha
Republican party aad ta4 at the head
of the IULmIs sftfesttatsj ; no aoldlcr In
tha West wou!4 ext aaveb cnthusl
asm as ne, and bis same on the ticket
with Conkung'a would U one which
alanslsr itaetf could not stain. ,
ThUU all very flattering to iigan,
but we suspect that.tU Htraht pnimd
biu, alM teia ct Um presUeutial kite of
1U own making, so aniy, Ucatue the
V V-itowever, the
kite dklnt CjO ". r ,
TBI TICKET A BO THE rEATrOMX.
The ticket nominated by the RepublU
cans at Cincinnati is a very sirwa
one. Mr. Hayes, the candidate for presi
dent, Is one ot those fortuuate grttfmn
who have Just enough ability to enable
there to fill public positions with descent
fwiiwi7tud who ran tfioft er hating
sufficient ability to make tbem
troublesome to the more able
men with . whom they lellow.
ship In politics.- He is not a leader.
He has never given uttteranc to a states
man-Ukc aentiment has never suggested
any roeastir at public poll-liat taem
antJ tt his parfj : "This Is tie path you
hotdd walk la." He has tt4 f While
the leaders wrangled, sure that after they
had attacked each other until their wrang
ling endangered the success of the party,
they woulif aay 16 earttTNhrt:, "Let us
stop this. We can not agree. I-et us
call in Hayes who is offensive to neither
of us, and put him before all." He is the
Polk ot the Republican party, or its
rierce. He Is the little man lifted
over the beads ol the big men
of the party because the big men are Jeal
oiusof aeaoUwr. J lets mediocrity taki ng
the ripe fruit ot the tree that ability
planted and cultivated. But. forall this,
he will be a strong candidate. The tolly
ot the Ohio Democracy that forced an un
necessary flsbt upon 'the financial ques
tion, made Hayes, because it gave to him
success in a great Stat at tlmt lu
success in that State was absolutely neces.
sary to the continuance of the Republi
can ftrtf as a formidable k11p -
.nA. ms uas tnerefore the prestige of
victory ; and added to this he fat the own
er ot a record unstained by corruption.
He has offended nobody he has stolen
nothing has creditably performed the
public duties that have heretofore been
imposed upon him Is a man upon whom
the honest men of the Republican party
and its great .inosnar raacau cun unite
with cordiality. Mr. Wheeler, the md-
date for Tice-presidcnt, is also a good
man, and as unobjectionable a Republi
can as there is In the Union. He is lib
eral, honest and able.
But the platform is the weakest thing
of the kind that has ever been presented
to the American people. It is a coward.
ly paper. It dodges all the important. I.
sues. There was a Qin ,wlen . the lie-
publican party was not afraid, but now
it is timid as a thief. It no longer walks
with a firm trend, but tip-toes looking
about with alarmed eyes as if anxious to
get to somewhere without being seen by
the people in the act ot going. We are
confident the country will not 'greet the
Republican declaration of principles with
And now, the St. Louts convention !
If it does IU duty all will be well. It
it shall give to Uie country men as good
as Hayes and Wheeler, and a platform
short, sharp and full of meauing, the
Democratic party will !triumth in No
Tiio Murphysboro Independent is a very
sagacious paper, and It Is not often nec
es.snry, in order to have it understand
what the artist is driving at, to write
under the picture ot a horse ; "This is .
horse but it acems wo aro so poor an
artist that the little senatorial picture
we painted a few days ago was not un
derstood by our friends at the county
scat of Jackson. We therefore beg to be
permitted to write an Inscription and put
it under that picture, so that even the
wayfaring man may know that it. is a
horse, "so to apeak." '
The Independent had said: "Judge
Green will be a candidate for senator'
We had copied that item of news from the
Independent, and bad said: "We have
heard this before, and have no doubt the
Judge would , accept." Whereupon a
correspondent at riend of Judge Green's
got angry and blew us np, and the
Judge didn't much like our assertion that
be would accept, una the Sun blew its
little basoon, and tho devil was very
generally to pay down this way. In haste
we rushed . : at our . good goose
quill, and wrote, In substance : Don't,
gentleman, don't ; we really meant
nothing offensive ; we meant to say that
now mark that "if iv there should
be a row in Jackson, and IF there should
bo a row in Union, and , if, IF Union
or Jackson should say to Alexander:
"Let us get out o the , row. by , taking
your man, ..qrocn vXIEImL Alexander
should reply: "AH right, certainly
Judge Green would not relase to act as
the solicited caceinakcr. And now
comes the lndependeni. Jt$'& "This is
peculiarly siguiticant; aud, uinue Juilge
Green 9JfP ! probably "tho
Bi'i.i.Ki is man may be induced to step in
aud be the peacemaker. Could tie be
Induced to ba martyred ?'
Now; we believe this not kind in our
Independent frknd, . It is the old trick of
inaiating that we are a candidate for an
office on the sly. Why, certainly if we
wished to be a candidate for senator
there is no law to prevent us ; but we
are not. We are a candidate tor no office,
as we have often said to our friends ;
but, it we were to be permitted to choose
between the senate aud house, we would
take the house. In it we might be able
to do some good for our coiiBtitueuts,
having become familiar with Its work,
and lu it we could enjoy the bustle of
rough and tumble tights, but from the
leepy senate, with its owliah wisdom
and Its lazzy quietuess, we have always
held back. . . ,
, l-LS .1 ijpr-t: ! !
The I" land Magazine for July contains
a poetical contribution from Col. John
A. Joyce. The poem betokens a sorrow,
ful lraiue of mind. The beginning of
the pmddcuUal campaign has brought to
Joyce's realization the aharp con
trast betweea bis present condi
tion and that of our yean
ago. Then be was a Fwleral ofnoe-holder,
a politician the manipulator ot political
eosTcafioes. Be knew th rreaklaut,
and the friana of tlte lrestdent's
friends. He was a small great mauaud
in bis circle of admirers was as absolute
MfrratrgivaeaTlB theirs, 'Now,'
there ire tone so poor t do him ret
Irene. M f'l M ,onV ,BtP0
f . .sl a i i i.
are o-liy mninoera uu law nay ma
iestlBy's atr. n wrlt t .: i
" The frtoads thai f Wred la Dcenabft
Aad che rltbe.1 M fuSNltr la Mar,
Have Ion; aine forf ot U Kmemter, ,
'Ani vanish"! Ilk dew trp sway.
TU brlaht bo tin of joy aaS tweet pleamr
Utj aever awakea affa-a
To Urill me kr silM af Mxtreaaitra
Ittat'aloat la tblf terriUerala.
Tbepaia of IngtalituJe kills nie,
Aad leareo ano wreck on the aliore
Like a Petrel toaeed by lit wild aea
Where the ttoraiand the dark billow roar.
ThalaBguag Is somewhat indefinite
and the fglres Imperfect, bwi tho useaa
The next four verses are very clear
and pointed :
In anaMiIneajid power I waa toaated
And feasted bycain-urskad) ''
And oh. how the parasites boasted
Ot the wonderful traits afaar mind.
They called me a genius, so noted.
. Aad dwell oti the tlaaoe of ay eye j .
The mob then shouted and voted
Without asking the "how or the why."
Bat wlun tke dart boar oft? trouble
Arose like a storm la the sky,
Tbo vi pera hgaa la psay daMe
A ad forxvt the bright glanc of any aj e.
Thi ninth verae la an eulgma, known
only to Joyce and his friends in the whis
ky Hnet t
We can bear r - -ant to the "
Aaiat Ike eoW hale of tho World.
But warn atnc to house of a friead
our banner of bravery ta furled.
But Joyce Is not wholly deserted. Uls
friends have been fabe and hollow, but
his misfortunes bare proved the : truth
and faithfulness of woman. , And to the
one her, whose constancy is his only sol
ace now, his muse pays this tribute :
But there's oxa who will never forget .
Her name I'D not mention to you.
Yet she knows where we lovingly met
-- And piifhted owr fahh to be two. -
Down deep la my heart 1 have kept It,
A aaoret so aweet andproftMind, -
For many long years l't caressed K,
As a bliss upon earth seldom found.
Ohwofnan! m tender and tract
So fearless of inter or of frown , '
Who so ready and constant as you
Tu aid a poor mottal when down ?
. j' w
Poor, wicked, weak Joyce. His feeble
rhymes contain the lesson the whole ex
perience of erring mankind leaches that
the way ot the trangressor Is hard.
THKBOSTOX PEOPLE WILL BATE
The "Old South Church" in Bostou was
sold the other day knocked off at auc
tion, and the day after the purchase tlie
buyer began to pull down the old build
ing. The alght aroused the patriotic
fervor ot Bostonlans ; a call was made
and a meeting held in the church to con
sider the ways and means of preserving
the old land mark from the destruction
to which it had been doomed by "need,
greed and ths neeccesity ot wider
streets." Addresses were made
Wendell Phillips, Curtis Guild, and
many other prominent Bostonians.
diaries W. Slack, who opened the meet
ing, recalled to the audience that It was
into the window of the church, over Its
former pulpit, that Dr. Joseph Warren
climbed on the anniversary ot the Boston
massacre, when the doorways and the
aisles were filled with armed soldiery,
threatening him with death If he spoke ;
that leaping Into the pulpit he made that
matchless oiation on the necessity of
independence, which comes down to us
to-day as luminous as on the day he
uttered it ; that in the gallery opposite
stood the man who, when the decUion
was reported in regard to the tax upon
tea, announced that at the cud of Griffin's
whart was the ship with the contraband
tea on board, and then the whoop went
up and the band of men ran down the
street ' to the wharf, where
they threw the tea into the dock;
that one hundred years ago, on the very
floor on which they stood, covered by
two feet and a half of earth aud gravel
was the ' ring of a! riding school
while the British soldiery stood
around the galleries of the
church ; In Its area, the soldiery of
George HI tried the mettle of their horses
and turned the sanctuary of the Lord
Into a place ot rendezvous aud made a
bar of its gallery. Such speeches as
these and the patriotic music ot a baud,
had a strong eOcct on the audience.
Large subscriptions were made and the
probability is that the church will bo sav
ed. HAatTEELL'ft BK-ELECTIOM.
How iinfbrtunte! Tho Murphysboro
Independent teon t understand us ; aud it
will, with a persistency dreadfully pro
voking, always misconstrue us. We
said, the other dsy : "Hartzell obtained
his faros majority two years ago by a
change of sentiment, and the detection
of certain Radicals of the district, aud a
lack of organization In the Hepublican
party ; but, this tall the Bepublkans will
be organized, and the disaffected Repub
licans are going back to their party vomit.
These are facts we should consider and
profit by ; because, If the great sue.
cess we had two years ago
makes us careless if , we cease
to labor, believing victory assured,
we may be disappointed. Therefore, we
entreat the Democrats to labor as If, al
though victory is probable, defeat is pos
sible. Let us make aasuraiice doubly
sure by organization and work." This
is in substance, what .we said. It was an
invocation to labor. And uow comes the
Independent and remarks with apparent
candor aa if U really believed we had de
clared that Mr. Hartzell will probably
be defeated: We differ from the Bil
lktim in Its efforts to disparage the friends
of Mr. Hartaell by magnifying the power
f the Bepuhiteask strength tit this dis
trict buppoae the Republicans who
voted . tor - ilaitaeU . agsiaat Clem
ents should vote against Uartzell
this tall, would that defeat Mr.
Haitzell, who ao nobly performed his
duty as a representative?" Why, Lord
bless you, kiy. no. We d!dn't say so;
and as tor the Implied assertion that we
are not a friend of Mr. Ilart sell there is
no Inwh In It. We hidat notnlnnt tf,
Hsrtrvll two years ago, and have been ah
advocate of his re-nomination ; bat we
have said and do say and have said tt
and do say It as a friend of Mr. Hartzell
that It la the duty ot tho lXtuocrats of
the district to not become over-confident;
that It Is their duty to make his calling
and election sure, by laboring in the can
vass with all due industry and energy, '
hoquemx imech or the qeatobical
Thoughts tamS Breath asset Wards ttsat
Mane far Rlalae.
The following is the eloquent speech
in which Col. Robt. Iiigersoll nominated
James Q. Blaine for the presidency. As
a specimen of fervid oratory it has never
Massachusetts may be satisfied with
the loyalty ot Benjamin H. Bristow ; ao
am 1. Applaue.l But if auy man
nominated by this convention cannot
carry the Slate of Massachusetts, I am
not.satisfied with the loyalty of thattate.
Cheers, applause and laughter. If the
nominee ot this convention cannot carry
the grand old commonwealth of Massa
rhupett eventy-n'Ye thousand ma
jority. 1 would advise them m nut
Kanenil hull n IVtnoorstlo lieiiclquui
ters. Cheers and laughter. I would
advice them to take from Bunker Hill
that old monument of glory. The Re
publicans of the United States demand
as their leader in the great contest of
1876 a man of Intellect, a msu ot integrity
cheers. a man of well-known and ap
proved political opinion cheers. They
demand a statesman!. They demand
a reformer after as well as before the
election cheers. They demand a politi
cian In the highest and broadest and best
sense of that word cheers. They demand
a man acquainted with public affairs,
with the wants of the people, with not
only the requirements of the hour, but
with the demands of the future. They
demand a man broad enough to compre
hend the relations of this government to
the other nations ot the earth applause.
They demand a man well versed in the
power?, duties anil prerogatives of each
and every department of this government
applause. They demand a man who
will sacredly preserve the financial honor
ot the United States cheers ; one who
knows enough to know that tlie national
debt must be paid through the prosperity
oi tne people, uuc who Knows enough
to know that all the financial theories iu
the world cannot redeem a single dollar.
Applause. Onn who knows enough to
know that all the money must be made,
not by law, but by labor. Cheers. Oue
who knows enough to know that the peo
ple of the United States have the indus
try to make the money aud the honor to
pay it over fust as fast as they make it.
fChetrs. The Republicans of tlie
United States demand a man who
kuows that prosperity and resump
tion, wlicn they come, most come togeth
er. Cheers. When they come, they
will come hand in hand. Haud in hand
through the harvest fields, hand in hand
hy the whirling sptsHtlcs and the darning
wheels, iiand iu hand by the Darning
forges, hand in hand by the chimneys
ri.-.ed with eager fire, reeked and grasped
by the hands ot the countless sons of toil.
This money ha jrot to be dug out ot the
earth. You cannot make it by pansin
resolutions In a political meeting. Ap
plause. The Republicans of the United
States want a man who knows that this
Government should protect every citizen
at home and abroad cheers, who knows
that any government that will not defend
its defenders and will not protect its pro
tectors, is a disgrace to the map of the
woriu. LAppiause.j iney demand a
man who believes in the eternal separa
tion and divorcement of Church and
schools. They demand a man whose po
litical reputation is spotless as a star, but
they do not demand that their candidate
shall have a certificate of moral character
slgnecTbyua confederate Congress. Great
cheering. The man who has iu full
name and rounded measure all of these
splendid qualifications is the rtresent
grand and gallant leader ot the Repub
lican party, yames U. uiaine. Cheers.
Our country, crowned with the vast
achievements of its first century, asks for
a man wortny oi ner past, prophetic of
ber future: asks tor a man who has th
BllHnnltv a Mtihu fa ,, 1 u i ii.l , ..-I., f
man who is the grandest combination of
neart, conscience and brain beneath the
flair, f Applause. That man iaJamua
G. Blaine. Applause. For the Repub
lican boat, led by this intrepid man, there
can pe no sucn uuug as ueteat. Ap
piause. mi is a if rand vear a rear
tilled with the recollections of the Revo
lution lappiausej, hued with proud and
wnuer memories oi me sacred past, ulled
with the legends of liberty a year in
wnicn tne sons or rreeaom win drink
from the fountain of enthusiasm fan-
piause, a year In which the ueople.call
lor a man who has preserved iu Con
gress what our soldiers won upon the
.i i a ri -a s . . .
new icueersj. a year in wmcn we call for
tne man tnat uas torn rrom tue throat of
treason the tontrue of slander fannlausel.
a man that has snatched the mask of
uemocracy rrom the hideous face of re
bellion, a man wno, like an intellectual
athlete, stood in tho arena of debate,
chalhtnged all comers, and who up to the
present moment is a total stranger to do
feat. Applause. Like an armed war
rior, like a plumed knight, .lames G.
Blaine marched down the halls of the
American Congresa,aiid threw his shining
lanc full and fair agaiust the brazen lore
head ot every defamer of this country and
mallgner or iu honor. Loud cheers, and
cries or "Time," and jo on."
The Chairman Is it the will of the
convention that the time of the speaker
be exteuded ten minutes Cries of
Col. Ingersoll then proceeded : For the
Republican party to desert that gallant
man now is as though an army should
desert their general upon the field ef bat
Ue Jtneer- James O. Blaine is new,
and has been for years, the bearer of the
sacred banner of the Republic. Cheers.l
I call it sacred, because no human beinv
can stand beneath IU tolda without be
?0.. tnd Hhont remaining tree.
IMieer. Gentlemen of the convention,
in the name of tho gnat Republic, the
only lbjpubllc that ever existed npou!thU
earth, In (be name of all her dcfruUi-rs
and of all her supperters. In the name of
all her soldiers that died upon the Held
of battle, and in the name of thot that
perished la the skeleton olutoh of famine
at Andersonvllk) and Llbby cheers,
Jill'? ?,n,!ferin h0 wquwUy remooi I
oered Illinois nominates for Uie next
president ot this country that prince of
parhmentarlans, that leader of leaders,
James (i. Blaine. Loud and repeated
Twsi jr.riv) ixtiiair steward
For the return of fowls and thief, who
stole from our premises Friday Bight
last, about two dozen half grown
nrahrnss-thu xprhig'n chickens. Half
of the number wu norfM iiv wi.u. i
color, balauee white aud brown mottled.
r-ic-i na,i one wing cropped.
C-13-5t. cms. UsuontM.
Clcrttary Bristow Ltavn Va
cancy In the Cabinet.
THE MaVEEB IV WHTCW. THE DETS1T
EO BECE1TXO CIICIBXaTI EEWI.
Iff marrnlle Bemtlnaeat Stes;re11aa; Ih
j i flare) JVamtnatlun
(Special to the St. taula Ttinea )
WasuinotoV, J). C, June 10.-The
noieiiiatiou of Hayes is received by the
Republicans here in a very quiet 'man
ner. No demonstrations were made ex
excep t such as were prearranged, aud
would have taken place ,tn any event.
These were faint and oon over. Tlie
general tenor ot the conversation among
Republicans Is that they will never be
able to arouse any strong enthusiasm, or
make a very aggressive canvass. It is be
lieved that the "bloody shirt" will have
to come out of the canvass and be laid
aside, while the church and school ques
tions will be pushed to the front.
1 1 Democrats receive the nomination with
satviacUon. Somo ot them regard it as
forcing the issue of tlte canvass iuto the
October State, and it is a severe backset
to those who have been Insisting that
New York alone must be the key to the
contest. Kven the Tilden men admit
this and recognize that the nomination of
Hayes forces the Democracy to contest
every inch of ground In both the October
States, Indiaua aud Ohio.
MKTS THl ltMAX AHKAD.
Thiirmxn stock has gone up live hun
dred iter cent, since the announcement of
the CinciuiiaU result. Already several of 1
the most prominent, Allen men in the
Ohio delegation have avowed a readiness
to support Thuriuan. They believe that
Thiirman could carry the State of Ohio
Washixoto.v, June H. Upon hearing
of the nomination ot Hayes, Mr. Blaine
sent hi in the following telegram: "I
oiler you my siucereat congratulations on
your nomination. It will be alike my
highest picHrUre, us well as my tirst po
litical duty, to do Uie utmost In my
power to promote your election. Tlie
earliest moments of my returning aud
confirmed health will be devoted to se
curing you as large a vote in Maine as
she would give tor myself."
akranukmkkts to ratify.
Soon after iutelligenen of the nomina
tion ol Governor Hayes and Wheeler was
received, a salute was tired and arrange
ments made tor a ratification meeting to
morrow night In front of the City hall.
tscnaiors Morton, lonkiing, Keiirc&rrita-
the lilaiuo and Secretary lirWtow have
severally sent telegrams to Governor
Hayes, offering their congratulations and
As soon as New York's vote on the
seventh ballot was reported Bluinc sat
down and wrote bis congratulatory dis-
patcu to Jir. naves, and it was on tlie
wires to Columbus before the toolings of
the Dal lot were received at v ahiuiuon.
. , f . ,
iiuiucuiaiciv uutr uto lormai announce
ment, Mr. Blaine rode out wiili his eld
est son and was received with loud cheers
wherever crowds were assembled on the
Blaine received dispatches throughout
me aay in nu nurary its company with
some dozen friendr, whom he continually
assured that Hayes would be ultimately
nominated. Ho was fully Impressed
with tlie probability of a xuccessful com
bination against him, and, except dur
ing the twenty miuutes following the
sixth bailor, aid not expect tlie noiouia
tiou He was altogether the coolctt and
least excited or the company.
WHAT BLAINE SAYS.
During this evening his residence was
crowded with callers, whom Blame re
ceived with cheerfulness, exhibititing no
traces whatever of disapiiointmeiit, and
discussing the events or the tlav. fie
says the immediate cause ot the failure ot
his friends to secure his nomination was
the holding back of votes for him from
I'ennylvania after ihe third ballot. This
he attributed to fictitious strength tern
porarily lent to llartranft from time to
time by tonkliuz forces which made it
possible for the minority of l'ensylvania
to urge mat tneir candidate could n t
properly be dropped while he was still
apparently gaining votes.
Senators Morton and Couklin? and
Secretary Bristow acqulese iu the result
with many complimentary expressions
coneenng a successful isxue.
i A rLACI FOR DON. CAMERON. '
Secretary Bristow has for some time
contemplated resigning his office ot sec
retary or the treasury and has had aev
eral conversations with the president on
the subject, and on the first of this month
advised him or bis intention to re.simi.
but not until after the Cincinnati conven
tion, because to do so before it was held
might be held as a political movement,
His reasons lor resigning are purvlv tx r
sonal, his private aOairs being in such
condition as to require his attention. No
successor has yet been designated. He
will retire at tlie end of the present
THB INDIAN MANAGEMENT.
Tbe senate appropriation committee, In
reporting the Indian appropriation bill,
propose to strike out the section trans
ferring the Indian management to the
war department and Insert appropria
tions amounting 10 ww.at), lor the pay
ot superintendents, agents, interpreters,
etc., unuer tne present system.
No Belts or Bellows.
WILL WELD MICH IEOB.
J nut what is wasted. Penl S-cent stunm fur
eircular to KMi'lkK POUTAUI.t VolU.K ,
Iroy, New York. a-Sltf
IsertsMi tai SuiUt;.
laprovu tkt CuIHy
ARMSTRON ' S
Lincoln Batter Powder
rresh BaUr all tave Tear atsaa4
BUTTER IN 20 MINUTES.
Lincoln Butter Powder is an pntirnlv
harmless article made from a celebrated
tnrlUh recipe, and now in Uallr uxu bv
many of tbe most noted farmers in the
uutter counties around t'liiiadelpbla.
fa hot weather this Powder makes buttur
much tinner aod sweeter thau It usually is,
aud keeps it from turning ranrld It also
removes ihe strong flavor of turnips, garlic,
weeds, orn stalks, cotton seed, etc; and
the increased yield of butter much iore
tbau pays the fiitUog expense of using it.
13 Cra la Par Parka,
Wholes alb DvpoTtioa Market fir
J)e.;r. b. oahtnx.
OrriCR AND tfESlDENCEi Eicblk iUt,
el warn Wasbinrtoa and Comiacrclitl awaiiic,
wu CA1U0, ILLS,
COLIS UI13 Bffl
I J ,',J 'l ' . .
Fresh, Pure and Natural, aa furnished by Old Mother Earth "FOR
THB HJBALIHO OlP THB NATIONS." Obtained Direct
from their Sources and Kept on Ice by
ti r .
SIGN.0LTH& GOLDEN LION
Of Waukesha, Wisconsin,
Claims to be a pjlllc hi all eaea of Diabetes, Inflaniation of the Kiilneyx, Inflamstiou
oi ma ret oi jus mno'iir aau ureuic, lonainaiion or tne Uiauder, Urofsy, Oontr
SwelllDrs, Stoppage of Trine, Allinrocmurla, ltopv or Cloudy Urine, Hrli k ImimI f)o
novit: Thick, Morbid, bilious and Iark Aapearlnir Urine, with lions Uut iHpomt;
Hurnlng 8eniaiion with Mharp Pains wlirn voiding Lrioe; UemorraKo of tbe Kidneys,
Pain in tbe Kidneys and l.loox. Torpid Kiver. Iiidizcstion. Calculus, and Knimi.
weakness. f r.r . i ...
There is no remedial airent known to
rffectually as Hvtbesda Water. This fact has bern demonstrated wbftrever tbe water
has I en nied according to directions; which can be bad as the tiraeral ApenU' by ai
iillcstion to then. Tb waWr is sweat aad i lea' ant to tba taste, it ran be drank at all
hours. Wby should any one suffer wh'le this water is so elly obtained t -
riT DIt. HAW LEY HBATIf. ol 200 Broadway. ew York, elves Uie followinir Hat
of recent cure within his practice i
Continuation of cures by HKTIIK.-DA 8PBINU WATEH, after tbe patients have been
prouounceii iieyouu relief, tiiouitb thry are not a tithe of those dally received i
HACCUAKINE DIABKTES Kev. Thomas Penrose, Sea Cliff and Brooklyn ! Morris
Brown, Peon Van; Major Burt. Mr. Bather. Mrs. Ouion. Klnderbook: Mr. Saunders.
ew York. i it : " .
BKIUUT'S DISEASE J. f. OouM, Hudson; Mrs. Jlids Vsa Colt, Caleb Morpan,
Mr. Barnes, M'mtit Vernon; W. W.Hecor. 8inj ISicf Mrs AM or man, Mrs. Hall, Mrs.
it ueox, .w i ora ; it. it. v , ueai, .iir luring, nra. iieroz, jir. jsnies lirookirn.
1 LCKRATION UK THE BLAllOKK-a. Colfax, Buffalo; T. .1. Cox, New York.
Wliat Sur''con-Qehirnl Woleott and other Prominent Medical Men aav about the
I am irratitie 1 to tind that tbe opinion
medicinal propertiee of tbe Bethesa Watrr. has been fully sustained and O'luflrmed by
its use. in a vaa number and variety of rases, InvoUlnv the urinary organs. Id many
nay in most of suchcaei, I do not bssiute lo say fist it 1 vtlv superior to any
other remedy known to tbe prolesslon. - K. It. W nLCuT I . M. I.
We fully concur in tho above : O. P. "oleott, M. I; J. h i,rn,r, M. !., IMabete;
ii. .veiowsai, 3i. it , o. si. Alien, n. u.
Wu Lick VVtcr, in Hi thexnpeulic acct, i, (Itwt.lwJ at Tonic, Diuretic, Alterative uod Aperient,
ptiiwyinK aad eartrlilnc the blond, and ximuUiinf every becrclmg organ ol (he economy.
Llr. Uobert 1'eier, IbedUtiiiciUthiak naiyt, uri:
Saline and sulphur water, are Quite fmsucnt. comnarat iveW. in our Uue timeatnn ttraik! but iiMnn
nil the Spring, o( this nature, knowoat trraent, on
tviMiftaoic, in many reaiccia, aa mote or tne lower iilue LJCK .
Fresh From the Spring at Saratoga.
The wuter of the Excelsior Sprirgis invaluable, removiug and preventing, y let
aperient atid nltTaiie ef eats, tan ini-ipUnt forms of disease.
It is hlifh'y rccammecdcd by tbo most eminent pbykli'laiH, and l ued with Krst
success in the treatment of Dspepis, Corislfpatlon of the Huwels, Attectiuiis ot the
Liver aud Kidneyn, Kevers, Scrolulu, Cutaneous Hiseaaes, Klc. It la a x) an exti llriit
romedy for tbe lleadacbe. and a plea-ant and lieallliful beverage.
Mineral water, frequently present Bicillciaal virtue,, in their ute, wliith canuo) be accounted in in tl.B
properties uftliainKredienta whiLh an ahowa by analyms.
11 ot the abors Waters for aale on draua-ht in Bottles, by theOallou la
June or XeK8, or by the Barrel by
BARGLAT BROS., Druggists,
AT THE SIGN OF THE GOLDEN LION,
74 Ohio Levee, Cairo, 111.
GILES, BRO. & CO.
Wholesale and Retail
NOS. 266 & 268 WABASH AVE., CHICAGO.
WK AUK 8PKCIAI. AObXlii OU ,
AND UAVK A
AND AN EJiDLKSS VAUIKTV OK
Ladies' Fine OriM Watches,
Oohl Open t ha Ins,
Ciol'l Neck Chains,
Sllrer Vert I bains,
I unl 8tuolH,
Mid Jrxitli ricks,
tiold Watch Keys,
t oral Necklaces,
Coral aVta aad Hinirs,
a Hroiuus (rrnaiaeiiU,
Office and Parlor Clocks of every Description. Watch Materi
als and Tools for Jewelers.
Cf"ETery one rlaillng CHIC AiO should call at our enUhlishment suit examine our Goods"
The l'heuiet Frier U otir Motlo.
Cigaro 1 Cigars I Cigars !
Wholesal o and Retail Prices !
Fully olive to tbe demand of tbe times, proposes to put bis
LARGE AND VARIED STOCK OP
CD I H CE5-
At prices that will eompara with tli desllne
his poousuown iroin uie oia
War to a Peace Basis,
And incroofof the fact woold call the attention of the Sraokine
Publio to the following prices: Conneotiout Seed from 3 to Seenta;
Seed and Havanna, 4, 5 and 6 centa; Key West Havanna, 8 to 10 cents;
and imported Havanna 16 centa each. He means business, and will
at even these low prioes, make a fair living profit.
His liehtexrjenses enables him to sive the nublio the benefit of these
low prioes, and in return solicits their patronage.
Smoking and Chewing tobacco, and Smoktrar articles o all discrip
tious, constantly on hand, and will be sold correspondingly low.
103 CommcriaU Ave. 2d Door Above Sixth Street,
OJCn.O. TT sT iTTffOIO.
i m l7 ( sZ n
"i r-i I si i I f ii if
i mitt n
man tbet can eura the fereroinr Vpn
Milwajkee, January 1, ImT.'J. ,
eiven by ui. over two rears tua. on tbe
this f rntton, in kci.lurLy. Nt r.e are u aluab e jiul
r I'LL STOCK OF
I . tips ami l.olili U,
IjuIics' ht'trt. .
I'earl Seta, '
lec 1'i tellers,
0wra UliuitM, Ac
jCl I HD
in otber article , in other words will put
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