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NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET
ItltIL V. TltDKM,
THOMAS A. HESDKIVKft,
While nrnch may be accomplished by
tbeae mettods, it migbt encourage delusive
expectation If I withhold here the expie
aion of my conviction that no reform of the
dYll ervl;e in ihla country will be com
plete and permanent until iu chief magis
trate i constitutionally disqualified lor re
election; experience having repeatedly
exposed the futility of iclf-impoed restric
tion! by candidates or incumbents.
Throuch this solemnity only can he be el
fectaaUy delivered from his greatist terop'a
tion to misuse the power and patronage
with wbicti the Executive is necessarily
charged. From Samuel J. TiMen'i letter
The nobler motives of humanity concur
with the material interests of all in requir
ing that every obstacle be removed to a
complete and durable reconciliation be
tween kindr;d populations once unnatur
ally eitranged, on the basis recognized by
the St. Louis platform, of the "constitution
of the United States, with its amendments
universally accepted as a final aettlement
of the controversies which engendered civil
war." But, U aid of a result so beneficient,
t he moral influence of every good citizen, as
well as every governmental authority,
ought to be exerted, sot alone to maintain
their juet equality before the law, but like
wise to establish, a cor Hal fraternity and
good will among citizens, whatever there
race or color, who are bow united in the
one destiny of a !eommon self-government.
If the duty shall be assigned to me, I should
ot fail to exercise the powers with which
the laws and the constitution of our coun
try clothe iU chief magistrate, to protect all
iU citizens, whatever their former condi
tion, in every political and personal right
from Samuel J. Tllden's letter of accep
tance. Jim Robinson everybody who ad
mires the Hon. James C. calls him Jim
has goue to Indiana to speak lor Tilden.
Jim has a lively tongue in his brainy
head, and will do good work in the
The Paducah Xewi funny sheet!
ays (and we laughed when we read it),
that "Ben. L.Aviley, has about as much
business in congress as an elephant has
under a mosquito bar." Buz ! The Xew$
makes Ben. too big. An ele
phant ! Why, Ben. in congress would
be as Insignificant as a solitary mosquito
would be buEiing around in u uut
doors. A littler fellow could not be sent
There are two things" said lr9
Micawber. 'necessary to success in the
coal business talent and capiful. Talent
Mr. Micawber lias capital he has not."
There are, let us say in the manner of
Mrs. M., at least two things necessary to
success in politics cheek and capital,
Cheek Col. Wiley has capital he has not,
or else he would not go back on the little
debts he owes to his neighbors and his
Crooked Cli iom is what Shelby M.
is now called. We don't know. lie may
be crooked. Bat as we understand Cul
lom, bis fault Is in standing by his friends
even at the expense of the people. 1lt,
Daa Sheppard and Ear, and well, those
otner leuows. AsiJe irom this, and a
habit ot not having many ideas, Gallon
will do ; bat, crooked or straight, Stew
ard will defeat him. The stars declare
that Lew will get Shelby down at the
Ail of tie old original Republicans
tbe aUt azd best cf them hare come
over to Tilden. There U Charles Frin
cjj Adams ; Gov. Curtin ; Gen. John A
Palmer; Gideon We tit:, bo was. Lin
coln's secretary of the nary and the good
FrtsiJent'i most coLfidectial friend;
iLontgomerr Blair, another member of
Lincoln's cabinet ; Geo. W. Julian, anj
Bird, old-time abolitionist. These are
all now active Tilden men. And why
riot? They are honest, and they know
that Tildenward lies the best interests c
Tbi New York Herald suggests, that
a happy hit might be made by the pro
duction upon the stage ot Milton's 'Tar
aaiae Lost " as a spectacular drama, af
ter the manner ot the late production of
Byron'a "Sardanapalus." The first act
might, the Uerald says, present the Gar-
- a ) . a a a .. .
uen 01 t-uen, wun Mile, uartolctu as
Ere, and Signor Mascagno as Adam, as-
aisled by the grand Italian ballet. The
realistic eflect in costume would be as his
torical as the dresses of reconstructed
V I M. ...
iMuevan. merecouia be only one r
gret, adds the Btrald mournfully, and
iui is iiuti Aiuion would not be able to
u.i xiayes wunaraw j lie appro
priated to his own use lour hundred dol
lar belonging to a bountr-lumwr a
patriotic boy whose bablt It was to Jump
Into the army and out ot it again, and
who was aent out of the world with
bulletin blsboJy. Hayes appropriated
this sum, and when it was called to his
attention, and the proof furnished, he
Well, now, really; 1 forgot
all about that money. It teems to me I
did get it ; but 1 don't know." Forget-
lul man ! And now come the friends ol
this forgetful man lying about Tllden's
lueooMtax! They must let up on the
wavuwuu , vr, ujr UiO .IWOKUlUUoa J we
wlU prove that Hayes murdered Lis
grandmother and told Iter body to the
roe an on THE rF.CY.
Senator John A. Logan Is one of the
unfortunate Republicans who agree with
their party on only one question the
question of the bloody shirt
For hours tho senator, who is really
one of the leading minds of the Republi
can party, will wear the nether garment
ol gore, denounce the iH-mocracy lor the
mistakes of its U'lore-the-war history,
which mistakes he helped the party to
make, and then will, very deliberately,
kick over the other Republican policies,
and exclaim with all the gleeful satisfac
tion of a plmn-ple eating little Jack
Horner sitting in his corner: "What a
great Republican am I .'"
Senator John A. Logan knows.that liU
party is In favor of immediate resump
tion, and Senator John A. Logan widely
denounces immediate resumption as ab
Senator John A. Logan knows, that his
party passed the resumption bin, anu
Senator John voted for the bill because
he believed it would inflate the currency.
When it became a law, It had the effect
to contract the currency and rum busi
ness; and now, of course. Senator John
A. Logan is opposed to it and desires its
repeal. Senator John A. Ixgan knows
that the Democratic House repealed the
obnoxious resumption feature of the
law, and that the Republican Senate re
fused to enact the repealing bill. Sena
tor John A. Logan applauds, in his con
science, the iX-mocratic House, and de
nounces the Republican Senate ; but
Senator John A. Logan denounces, on
the stump, the House and applauds the
Senate. In hi conscience Senator John
A. Logan is oue man an honest man ;
on the stump, Senator John A. Iogan i
another man a dishonest politician who
lets "I would," wait upon "It won't
Senator John A. Logan, knows that
his party demonetized silver in a rascally
manner tor the benefit ot the bondhold
ers ; but Senator John A. Logan does
not, as he ought to do as he would do if
he could induce himself to speak out
denounce the act as a roguish Radios'
Senator John A. Logan now declares,
that he is in favor of going to specie
payments over the silver bridge, and not
through the golden gate ; beautiful !
But Senator John A. Logan neglects to
state that it it had not been lor the
golden gate Republicans of this present
congress (and golden gate Republicans
are two-thirds of the Republican party),
the Democrats would have remonetized
the silver dollar would bare had the
country orer the silver bridge already,
going to specie payments hand in hand
with Bob Ingersoll's Blalne-speech pros
perityhand In hand with prosperity
through the golden harvest fields ; hand
in hand by the whirling spindles and the
turning wheels; hand iu hand past the
open furnace doors ; hand in hand by the
flaming forges; hand in hand by the
chimneys filled with eager fire, reeked
and grasped by the hands ot the count
less sons of toil.
Senator John A .Loizan lorsets to he bon
est. The bloody stun, waving neiore him
fires his patriotic heart : and in hating
the Democratic party, with which
he agrees on all the important financial
questions ot the day, he flows out into a
limpid stream ot denunciation of his old
friends of the South, and ol the institu
tion of slaver', the perturbed ghost ol
which is always searing his star-spangled
e admire Senator John A.Logan;
but the wonder with us is, why he is so
able in hypocrisy why he don't occa
slonally soar into the pure air of truth
proud bird of the patriotic skies that he
is and now and then scream bis hone
sentiments Into the ears of the people he
professes to love so much.
WHEELEW AXD THE EGYPT Di-fT
a ii sua.
ei't -i - . .
inespnngueia stau Journal is pes.
tiferous. It will have it that the Bille-
tix charged Hon. Wm. A. Wheeler, tbe
Republican candidate for the vice-presi
dency, with defining "Egypt"
Our offense was the publication
of an article from the Mount Vernon
Frtt Prut. Only this and nothing more.
And now the Jjumal confound it!
keeps pointing its finger at us, saying :
-You did it'." We didn't. The Frtt
Prt said that Bill did it, and we repro- j
duoed In our columns the Fret v' as-1
BertJon or rather the assertion w as re
produced in these columns. Bill is mean
enough to do w hat his Boston name
sake did, a fact the Journal cannot deny;
but he didn't do th.s mean '"Egypt" de
finition thing, and we don't want to be
understood as making the charge. He is
a well-known enemy of Western interests.
lie has consistently opposed all rlver
improveroent legislation ; Is a high pro
tective tarifl man ; and believes that Xew
England ideas should he crowded down
the throats ot Western aud Southern men
with the bayonet. All our steamboat
men are opposed to him, aud all the lib
eral-minded men of the West believe him
to be a narrow-minded political fraud,
He did not define Egypt" to be "ignor
ance; ' Dut Be believes that New En?
land has all the intelligence of the land ;
that it should be lavored by legislation ;
that outside of the Plymouth rock re
glon all is political darkness; that
away from the East ignorance
reigns supreme, and a race of peo
ple live who ought to be proud of
the right ot contributing to the coffers
of New England and of the privilege
I ol siDinK tue praises of that land of
I ideas, barren fields and protected inter-
THE TATE OP BEAK
We have called him Bean Bellv Wller
I L. in the Immortal poem printed below,
which came to us like an inspiration:
and, therefore, we wish to eiplain.
You see, the boys of the army the sol
di boys of the w ar between the statea
were aad wags. Ia the exuberance ot
their humor, they would fasten upon
their oUleers descriptive nicknames.
CoL WUey'a boys, as witty as they were
, brave, appreciating tl Don Cwear de
Bazan gallantry or the matt hia blovi
ating wl mil noss called him, with a
chuckle, old Bean Belly Col. Bean
Belly Wiley. Since McKeaig Induced
him to bccoite a candidate for congress
the nickname has been revived, and is
used In the following lines In which tho
fate that await the colouel of the Ma
kanda hills Is told with a pathos Uiat is
sufficient to make tears roll Irom eyes
all unused to the melting mood t
Naughty Itta. Wiley L. lived on the hill.
And a Radical man was he
And he won the heart of Colonel McKraia:
Who lives by an Inland tea .
And every evening Mac Used to ait
And sing to Ben. L , did ht:
"Oh, naughty Ben. Wiley L., Iteaa Ilelly
Won't yo'J eome down to me f "
felly Bean Wiley L. hoard this aou-,
And he opened his little door
and be hopped and lie skipped, ami he
skipped aud he hopped,
Till the Colonel he stood before.
And there sat the postmaster singidg his soup,
And still he was singing so free
"Oh, nauehty IWn. Wiley I. , Umu Belly
Won't you conic down to me?"
Kelly Bean Wiley I- madealiow,
And the Colonel he made one, too,
And he id: "Oh I I never saw anything half
So perfectly sweet as you.
tMinst Billy, the Hart tell, we want you to
And happy we all will be !
Oh, naught t Ken. Wilrv L , Bea Ilelly Wi
Won't you come down to we ?
Belly Hean Wiley L. said : "Ou,)es,
I'm a runner -1 11 run the race;
Kroni the rebels I ran on Gilpin, tuy hoie,
And for my debts I run ray face.
So hetk Mac's hind, and led Mac's band j
And he Mumped With might and main.
Bui naughty Ben Wiley I.., Ben Belly Wi
ley L. ,
Xever was seen afatn.
wucii Lou.iff cones n ::.
Senator John A. Logau has started on
a gore-wading journey through the
state. Before he stops he will wade to
Cairo, and sing in the ears of his ad
mirers: "Fe, fo, fi, fum; I smell the
blood of a rebel man." He will
wave the shirt above Col. McKealg's
head, and cry: "Yum, yum; give me
blood to drink !' He w ill, in illustratiou
of how the Democrats do the thing in
the south, take the patriotic Bird luto the
judge's stand at the court house, aHd
kill him with a sbot gun; he will take
the almable Gladney and run him
through with a bowie knite; and the
gentle Scott he will, in lull view of his
audience, defeat at a game of draw, hold'
ing only a pair of deuces aud playing
bluff. Then, rising with all tbe dig
nity of a Roman Senator and
speaking with the voice of
a frightened locomotive engine,
he will shout : " Thus do the Iem-
ocratsof the South trample upon the
rights of the defenseless black man !''
When, in preconcerted concert, Mr.
Fisher, with solemnity; Capt, Yost,
with beautiful gracefulness ; Gen. James
Orange, with a sullen frown upon his
sable brow ; Col. Shaver, with the agility
of an antelope and the mein of a maniac,
end Ml the other Radical leaders, will cry
in agony : " liow terrible !" And then,
too, will Mr. Steele, look up at the Tilden
and Hendricks' pole, and sigh and say :
" Can such things be and overcome us
like a summer cloud without our Fpe
cial wonder ?"
THE VIEWS OF A VIRGINIA DEM
The President of the Colored Clubs
in Virginia Replies to a "High
ly Intelligent" Citizen
Moaae 2a4 Airier.
Columbus, KyM Aug. 20, 187C Mr.
Combs Dear rim : 1 see your name
Standing in the Couritr-Jouma .ad vercat
ing for Tilden and Hendricks. I say to
you with a hunist hart do you think that
you Will be Justified in ottiDC lor a
party Witch has been had over 2U0 years
our race under harnish, & are willing to
uo me same untui tuis Day it the am not
hare you the did have your fortfarthers
A Manners, A said to be a President off
a Club the better go into the woods & eet
clubs 6c club you and all of the rest off
the gang. I say was It tbe Democrats
treed you or was it the Republican Tarty
have give you the rights you have to-day
you can say it were the Democrats no no.
We Colored Men in this City know the
Party that tree our hands from off the
handcuffs & now no back on that
Party no. no never in this world.
you arc not justified be god iu voting
for that party say open your eyes &.
wse ware you are walking to the ltcpub-
lican l'arty are like fat 1102a and Hie
Deuio?rats poor UaU the want a bite ot
Cheech but the cannot get it in this time,
we recogulze in the lU-publican l'arty
the Party that Miackles slavery from
the Limbs of four millions ol human be
ings & that the Party to vote for Repub
lican .-Nothing .More at present iours
Respectfully survunt, Answer soon,
( t o tbe Editor of tbe Courier Journal .
Headquarters State Association,
Tilden and Hendhic ks Colored Cli b,
Richmond, Ya., Aug. 23, 1876. please
allow me space in you valuable paper to
reply to one C. H. Butler (colored), of
Ue asks it 1 think colored men are
Justified iu voting for Tilden and Hend
ricks. It is not my custom generally to
reply to letters written by such "highly
uiii-uikciu unu uonorauie men," but w e
are 10m Dy me poet :
"A little BUMfenM! DihW and tl...
Irelitiel by tbe wiaest of uieu."
Ihe reason why so many intelligent,
free-thlnklng colored men north, west
ana south are connecting themivps
with the great party ol progress and re
form is because this party has never de
ceived the colored man.
Who causes all the bloody riots south
but the loathsome, pestilent carpet-baggers?
Who are dragging our colored
people to ruin, misery and poverty by
promising them "lorty acres and a
mule," etc, (which, I suppose, Butler,
you expect to get without work)? But
your expectation will never be realized.
Other colored men and myself, who de
sire to aee better times, peace and good
will between tb north and south, will
vote tor Tilden. All unprejudiced col
ored people of tbe south are going to
combine with their friends tbe southern
people, as well as the tree-thinking peo
ple of the north In putting Into power a
party who will know no worth, no south,
uo east, no west.
1 think If Butler will go to work and
educate himself and people, advise them
to bay houses, land, etc., have oil bad
habits and manners and vote lor your
only true friends the southern people
he will be a wiser nnd better man than
heretofore, such lolly, Hutler, tor ywi
to talk about voting for Hayes and
Wheeler In Kentucky. You had as well
Jump Into the Kentucky river as to sup.
pose by your lii(x-niflc.iut Influence and
vote, you could hurt the great reform
ticket. The people of this country want
true and trusty men to rule over tlu-m ;
such men as Tilden, Hendricks, Thur
man, Adams and others, and not Morton.
Belknap, Chandler and other malignaiits
and miscreants, whom Greeley, Sumner
and Chase repudiated In IS72. I say, II
they were living to-day they would bo
lound voting lor those distinguished
statesmen and reformers Tilden and
Hendricks. Now, suppose Ihe man on
whose land you now live (if you do not
plenty other colored persons) should turn
you off; why, as soon as you crossed the
fence yon would lind yourself on an
other's place; and suppose he should
drive you off, you would still Hud your
self on somebody's land. What would
be the consequence ?
The raise aud villainous cai et-liasrgi rs.
the unscrupulous scalawag who have
poisoned and Instilled the venom ofhute
and malice Into vour hearts, could not
shield you from 'the deserved wrath of a
well-disposed but injured people.
Spurn then the mThiiIs whom you
have so Ioiik wanned, lor which nothing
but stings have been received.
I think you are the paid agent of the
Radical party, and I warn the colored
people not to trust such ignorant ami
bac men as on. You say the Demo
crats will ivn nslavc the colored people.
You don't believe any such thinr, for it
is impossible, Thcre'is not a Democrat1
living who entertains such a prcjwster
ous idea. They would not do it it they
could. I have traveled nil over the
states, and I find the colored people of
the South belter oft than In any other
part of the country, if the base men
from the North will leave the negroes
alone, we will hear of no more Hamburg
and Yorktown. Va., riots.
1 would call your attention to the
great fraud committed upon the men,
women and children through the instru
mentality ot the Frecdmen's bank. Our
people have been swindled ont of mil
lions of dollars, and we hear not one
word of protest against those robbers by
this same party w no say they have done
so much to elevate our people.
The colored men who belong to thie
corrupted and doomed party are the
worst kind of slaves politically ), and ars
bought and sold by .the custom-houst
rings and carpet-baggers and scalawags.
1 he Republican party has been false to
itself, fale to the country, false to the
negro, whom it has pretended to favor,
but In fact, whom it has made prrrrrse
because of the policy of hate it has forced
nim to accept agninst a people with
whom he lives and must continue to
For these reasons alone we expect to
co-operate w ith the Democrats In the
coming presidential election, and aid by
our ballots, to retrieve the good name
and lo?t honor ot our common country.
Colore! friends, may God enlighten you
to see your political duty In the coming
contest, is the wish ol vour friend and
well-wisher, W. II. L. Combs.
State Fret. T. and II. Clubs of Ya.
The Democrat must not be permitted
to carry the presidential election. Con -gressroan
If the Iemotrau carry the presidential
election there w ill be civil war. Sena
We must make the country believe
that Democracy and Rebellion are sy
nonymous and convertible terms. Wm.
1 would rather see every man. woman
and cnild in the south put to the sword
than see the Democratic party restored
to power. Zacn. Ciuxdi.ek.
The south must be crushed and pau
perized. Jonx A. Loc.as.
A bloody-shirt campaign with money,
and Indiana is safe. J. Kii.i-aikkk.
Belknap is a better man than Tilden.
Xew York Tim$.
Grant's administration is the cheaicst,
wisest and most economic since the or
ganization of the government. Olivkk
The God of the christian is a monster.
Hayes will make a reform president.
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their Linen that brilliant M.lish -uliar to line
' lauudry work, bavin time and labor in Irom
i iu)(t tuuw ihut IU eutire tost. W annld.
told By SmnHu and Orocara E.rywhr
ASK KOIt DOHIUS!'.
i'lfj (HOW pa shine)
oo.. ia H. tn:s.
WILL Or f-KK
In all I In, r iH-puntm-iits ,
Oommenclnr May 1st. 187U.
Rich Black Silks
1 hf Most l In hU1 I. von IyomiM,
At at 9.1 nlunl from l ,
At a I AS HmliKwl irom kl K7.
At SI 75 Keilucrd Iruln t
At Si Keduceit from t 5,
riiia Colerei ad Iwj Ik
At Or ltr.iuc.1 Troln l la,
At M IMunrd Iro n 1
At Ml 2.1 Knlurrd from ! 50,
At SI AW Kedncvd liuin l HO
mm mmi ik hi::
ariwl'a Hair, Cl.fviotH. snl I .ur-, lie
Jin -.! to T ., tt, wi ivuts (I, from H i ',
Popular Dress Goods
In New and Ka-liioiislilv Isi'iii s ami olori, ol
fir Hidn-d from
l Iir.il--l from .1e;
It'll' lUlucrd from 0 ;
"JAc ltluriil frinii S7-;
K'Timr price to Mr.
REAL INDIA SHAWLS
At 3-., t si aad Kormeily Hold at tf",
and - .
At ::, r. aud I"-
I'.i-lui-l Irom utA .
At i i to Unlmed irom at to t-.
Ladles' and Misses' Suits,
The IJiti-at Taris Styles from ! I'jiwards, em
bnw'iOK the cliuiwst uovellies t
Ladies' and Childrens UnJerwear
An Immense ctotk of Most Beantiful and
All at Very Great Reduction.
Ladioi", Children's and Gcutlemcn'f
The Best KoKltsu. Fivmh anl i.ertnan Good,
All Murkeu atl-owent 1'osi.ible I'riret.
Are thoroughly stockod with the best
jrooils, at the lowest package priced. Ueau
tiftil Auiericao prims at Oo. and Cc. per
Lard; standard 4 4 bleached good at Htct
onsdale shirtings at 10c; Mew Vols
Mills, lJic; ami r-4 sheetiog at Uie.
la all the Various Ura.lcs, atJlUarguius1!
(Which we keep at the Oram! Street tor
only), we are ottering KntslUU and Aineri
cau tapestries at fl, former price 1 1ft.
body Ilrusse'i at 1 M, loimer price IN ,
all-wool Ingrain at 7tlc., former price. IK.,
three ply ingrain, at l SB. totmrju e.
1 60 ; oll-ciotha at ar.e. to ."e ; toruier
P8.mp'ofgooCd...nd cataloe. of la
die"' and mi...V suit, and muslin under
wear aud infante' outiita, sent Ireeol charge
to all seitious of the fnlted titatea.
Itules lor self-measurement sent on appli
cation to all parts ot the country.
Orders for goods of ell kind will be tare
fully attended to, and the goods packed
and lorwarded without charge, jans-waui
Broadway and Twentieth Street.
Grand and Christie Sts., N.Y.