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NATIONAL DEttOCRATIC TICKET
AMTEL J. Tii.nr.x.
of New York
THOW4M A. HEJnaiUKft,
Waile much may be accomplished by
these mctHoda, It might tacourage delusive
iperUUon l( 1 withhold here the expics
kioB of my con vU Hon that do reform of the
civil MrTt; la thU country will bs com
plete al permanent untfl its chief magis
trate l cooaiitntlenaNy disqualified lor re
election; experience having repeat J!y
ipoad tte futility of i elf-impc-ed re trtc
tioas by candidates or Incumbent.
Throuch this solemnit? only can be be tt
feetoally delivered from hi grr t't tempta
tion to nifUM the power and patronage
with which the -Executive is neccswirily
charged. JFrom Samuel J. TiMen'aktttr
The nobler motive of humanity concur
with the material islereets of all in requir
i&f that every obrtacle be removed to a
mpte and durable reconciliation b
tweea kindred population once unnatur
ally etrard.on the ban reomed by
the St. Lout platform, of the "con-tif ut ion
of the I'aited 5 late a, with itt amen.imect
oaiTcrMOy accepted a a final aettjemest
of the eontre vermes w huh enjreadewd rivU
war." Bsu ia aid of a result m beneficienu
t he moral influence of every pood citizen, a
weB a every goverunf ctal authority,
vufttto be exerted, sot alone to maintain
their jat equality before the law. but like
wAaeti etUbliah a eorlla! fraternity and
food win among eitlren. whatever there
race or color, who are aow united in the
one defiiny of a common wlf-governmect.
If the duty shall be aligned to me, I should
not fail to exercive the power with which
the lawt and the coaftituiion of our coun
try doth its thief maUtrate, to protect all
its citizen, whatever their former condi
tion, ia every political and personal right
from Samuel J. Tilden' letter of acceptance.
We denounce the Resumption slause
of the act of 1875, and ce here de
mand itt repeal. Xational Demoratic
Se xthen the fruit of industry are
gathered for the ute of the toilers, that
they are not toasted ly the profligacy,
fraud or peculation of your puUic
agents. Gov. Tilden.
I.st us have peace ia the Fiftieth '.
'I'm baseness of the Income-perjury
charge Is becoming more apparent every
AU RE, om.
Mr. t'ynn M. utterly h horn ap
pointed editor of tlio Hi 1 in in nu wilt
have rontrol or Its column until al
ter the presidential election, tie l an
experienced newspaper man; and. I
have 110 doubt, will tflve to lhi eommu
nity a very readable newspaper and lo
I retire from the editorship of the Hi 1
I.ktin because I cannot attend to the du
ties ot the place. Tntil alter the Novem
ber election 1 shall be away from Cairo
much of the time ; an I, while at home.
will have employment, aVid" from the
newspaper business, that will keep me
always busy. Indeed, during tlie last
past twelve months. I have been able to
give to these column much lcs of my
attention than they should have rewired.
A multiplicity of duties, forvijrn to
the printing oilx1 and yet continuing,
and to which has boeu added
the work of active participation in the
pending political ea.ivass, has required ot
me, wnoe last Autumn, constant mental
and physical Urir. and has called me
away from home, and kept roe aw ay, tr
weeks, and. in one instance., lor months
at a time. Tbce dutV. have been, cxn
erallr, daties owed by me to this com
munity, and to the IteiKVolent ord-r
over whkh I presle. Tire only re-compen.-e
received by ne lor tln-ir p r
formam. ha Iwn the thanks ol my
ft-liow-eitieii of Cairo, and of other ieo
ple w hose good opinion I value. These
thank have been paid freely ; and are. in
my esiimation, as ireciou a greenbacks
or gold ; but, unfortunatr-iy, thank are of
no nv a a meliiun of exchange. I have
therefore been nii-nble to ue the
kind worJs of tle people of Cairo
a a legsl ten-.k-r in the pay
ment of debt. Thi knowledge,
and the fact aJ Jed to it, that Cairo U not
a gieat city filled w ith newjpajter pat
rons but a little city in which are tew
business men to help hold up the arms of
even a sawdl journalistic Joehua, ha not
o unreasonable is human nature pre
vented some of the good people, in whose
service 1 have neglected my own interests,
from occasionally complaining that the
Bulletin is not as large, as able and as
newsy as the Chicago Timet or the New
The new editor will have more time
than 1 have had to devote to the Bulle
tin. He will, I have no doubt, take care
to make its influence felt in Southern
An Able, Logical and Trenchant
Democratic Speech from a
Former Leader of the
A Careful and Candid Review of
the Issues of the Day Morton
Answered, and Hayes
Pictured as He is.
The Cry of Reform Within the
Party by George W. Curtis.
Within the Same Party
that Gave Us Grant
and His Thieves.
lnNrvit. Aug. 2f. Hon. (1. W.
Julian w as escorted from the lirand Ho
tel to the Opera House by a large nnmtxT
of the Tilden and Hendricks guards in
uniform and with tor.-hes. The Oiera
Hons was filled U its utmost capacity
w ilh ladies and rentlemen. Mr. Julian
announced in the cutset ihat lte did not
appear as a partisan, but as au independ
ent voter. He drew a forcible picture ol
the old parties and the political situation,
THF RKOORO F i.RAMlSM
Trior to 172, when the popular cry ol
reform w as almost as loud as it is now ,
and proved ooncluive!j how the re-election
of Grant had tailed to bring about
the relorrns demanded ; on the contrary
the mercenary and trading element of the
party gradually found it way to the
tront and completely appropriated the
President. The speaker detailed the
abuses of the civil service. In ailudine to
THE NOMINATION OF GOVERNOR HaTI-S
By the Republicans at Cincinnati, Mr.
Vices; and II l Iwvaute I entertain these
vlawa and can not escape their force,
tliat 1 aincerelv desire to see the
machinery ol the Republican party
naTTKRKU INTO IROMK.ST,
And the way thus opened for a rc-fornia-tlan
ot parties on the living questions of
the) hour, unincumbered by the memories
of the past, A Her a thorough review ol
the character of the Hcpublican nominee,
tlie speaker said :
And here, at length, t reach my Anal
question Involving the propriety aud
honesty ol a
VOTK lOR TIUHN AND HEN MUCKS.
It must be quite apparent that what I
have said has considerable smoothed the
wa to the answer; for If the Republican
party U so hopelesly demoralized that
Its reform Is Impossible, Its destruction
becomes a public duty ; and whoever so
regards it ha a right to lay hold of the
only weapon which can now be employed
for "the purpose with hope of success.
But 1 do not rest the case on this point.
I propose to deal with the question as an
independent topic, and in approaching It
I already imagine some, ol my Republi
can friends mentally asking the qnestiou
w hlch has already been propounded to
me several times in thrse words : How
can an old anti slaerv man, who fought
the liemoerats so jealously in the early
days of abolitionism, and poured out
upon them you denunciations so remore
lessly during the war how can you rec
oncile It to yourself to support such men
as Tilden and Hendricks ! V ell, gentle
men. I have understood In different ways,
and have tor years believed it to l a
IBS W R IS OVt.K.
According lo my almanac the last gun
w as tired about eleven and a half years
ago. so that we are uow well along in the
twelfth year ol peace. Senator Morton,
in common with a number ol his breth
ren, does not know this. I presume he
w ill go down to his grave In the full be
lie! mat the "boy in blue" and the
boys in grey' are stiil fighting. At all
events he will hug the fond thought to
his boom that the people of the North
and the people ol the South ought to feel
toward each other, now and hereafter,
exactly a they did during the bloody
conflict, vv ith such men I have no con
troversy. They are given over to their
maJnes, and It defies all remedies. But
I ask all men w ho love their country and
are able to perform the operation cf
thmkin?. w ny tne sunject 01 our late
war should be dragged into this canvass
It w as a bloody and devastating conflict
Julian said: But now, gentleman, hav
tag shown by irresistible proots mat me Aeen citizens and stales that had
I Iberal movement ol lT2was justified lived together in peace under a common
bv facts and called for bv the times, and rtag. and whose union hereafter is their
. . r, . .. . f manitest destiny. Wh should any pa-
that the Republican partj , instead of re- . , k t0 ket.p Mi t inMI)v
tracing its steps and recovering its lost
estate, has steadily gravitated farther and
farther from its primal integrity, it may
still be argued that the nomination ot
Governor Hayes will cut the ugly thread
of history from beniud it, and launch it
erandly on a new aud blessed departure.
Believing as 1 do that the age of miracles
has past, I find myself compelled to re
ject this view. I am acquainted with
Governor Hayes, and believe Lim to be
honest and patriotic, and most gladly
I IT IHKV FADL AW AY
Into the receding past, and the old bond
of union be renewed and cemented by
the rivalries ol a common brotherhood
for the common weal. Uur civil war has
taken its place in the past. It has gone
betore the judgment seat of history, like
the Mexican war, tlie war of 112. or the
war ol the independence ; and there Is no
more propriety in discusing it in the
pending campaign than there would be
in overhauling tne wars 01 me anteueiu
vians. There Is even less propriety, lor
we could Ulk about those ancient wars
without the least danger of rekindling
Senator McDonald of Indiana made
a sensible speech at ludiauapolta on the
evening ot August 29.
BtCKBTARY CaMKKON, Will isSIIC a
strong order iu reference to the Southern
troubles early this month ?
Thirty thousand votes will be the ma
jority of Bluejeans Williams in Indiana
next October; and this will fix Unyes iu
President Grant will go around the
world Immediately after tlie expiration
of his presidential term. Mrs. Grant w ill
and cordially w ould I support him if any
Republican couiu explain to me now uis 0ld animosities. lieu our civil war
accidental selection at Cincinnati can was upon us. and the questions which
make .ainU out of the d.tingui.hed sin-
ntrs who are the recognized leaders and diapUU j ?aVe utterance to some strong
managers of the party now, as tney were words which I have no desire to recall.
m. . . a a i i..i. r . 1 1
four years ago. If you place the hat ol 11 yon can sei oacn me. tioca, m uur pou-
Illinois, and give better satisfaction than I an honest man on the head of a rogue, y . j DiacHj 1 wi)i literate
I could, under the circumstances, to the 1 will the roguery instantly depart t Lvery I ti,em t tried to breathe into the hearts
1 :( in I ouu lias nc&rvi tne avory 01 t ouunatus. 1 01 tne people tne spirit 01 war, anu so to
BO l IIUIOUUU. IllUl I , , ... ...... I t., ....Kli.. rvixinn r, a tn. .wnmte.
lie iiau a wi.-nmg nai, wuicu renevei 1 iuuikii "f"""" - ' r
him n llie eiliense 'iml labor ni mo wiumpuw vi luimu ukjui ki.
nun ot we txptnac unit uuor on tlement of the great issue then on trial,
traveling. By placing this hat But why should I repeat mv old war
on his head aud wishing hituselt at a epeeebes in this canvass.' Why should
given place he straightway found him-1 Senator Morton repeat his? How long
eel! there. Who would not join in build- are the political waters to be troubled by
(Or If plMtd ia s lis, ovar)
ia MILES OF
SOLD DURING the YEAR 1875
KVKKY STnVE l
W hrrvrr I t nt rsiM
I: &hohUly Without . TU !
ol H NKW sltS
Nos. 37, 38, 39, 47, 48 and 49
Arr Mami-Ioii I oniliiimtion cf
An. I all ih Kkm'IUiaI I'mi.t thai fa to Mkr
Most Perfect, Cooking Stove
ter UlTerrd tm I lie fnMIr
ilmW Only tijr i)h
Excelsior Manufacturing Co.,
.. .14, (10 ni l . 1 N. ftUm Si ,
NI. NuU, M.
p II I Ull Mill I
St.Oharles Hotol, horse shoer,
O. W. HENDERSON,
m:n mm to suit tse tikes
Room and Beard, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2,50 per Day.
Room and Board. 3d Floor 2.00 Par Day
Special Rata hj Waak or Month.
A limital numl-r tit very ileciruMf Uiiiilr
roviim can 1 nwuml at muunalili' ratrs lor tin
1 h rt. Cuarlex ia ttir lar(Ctt ami brat anixunt-
SIXTIT STREET, Between OHIO
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
1 HanafaotarMhloown Boras Shoeaandi
can Aaaur Oootl Work.
PATRON AOE SOLICITED
I fl Iioum In niiUi-ni lllinon, and lit tlw irailina
hot-1 in lairo. otw lilutaiiuinK tne " lul
Hock" reduction in iirx-oi, the table will.
uxial, te lilxrally u..l-l with tue very In-cI
of rvir) ttanK tluit can le founil iu market.
Kiue larm nnmi'le nonit for romiuercul trav
eler-, on irmuni! Ilixir, frw of rharK
rr-All trnKKinK-'M K"t convt-jril Manillrom
tlie liolel v illiuul rimrire.
JKWETT WIL"X At O ,
people of Cairo.
now, and say : An reroir.
Juii.v 11. Oi;i:klv.
Gov. HE.NDBiCkS makes his first speech
ot the campaign to-day, at Shelby
vllle, Indiana. A monster congregation
ol citizens will listen to him.
Gen. Hard Timlu is making a very
thorough and effective canvass ol Indiana
lor Tilden and Ilcudt icks. Ho U gather
ing many converts into the Democratic
The Democracy of Jeffersou county
are going to barbecue at Mt. Ver
non next month. Grand time; lots of
meat ; big speakers ; tons of Democratic
At Monroe, Louisiana, a well-conceived
plan ot Radical politicians to murder
prominent Democrats, va. exposed on
the 29ih of August. Two attempts were
made on the night ot the 2$th to murder
prominent man w ho were known to be
opposed to tne election of Hayes,
Wheeler, and Packard. On Saturday
before the day ot the attempted assassin
ation, a Mr. Sizemore, a prominent Radi
cal from Caldwell parish, was at Monroe,
aud while there said to Mr. Solomon W.
Downs, in confidence : " I have uo de-
An orerdoae of dlnor often drranirea
tbe tvitem. briiix on flatulence and wind colic,
and lubjecu tbe patient to great bodily iuflrr-
iug. a aingie autt or
Tarrant's telUsr Xptrent
will eormrt the aciditr. relieve the pain, carry
off tbe offending cauae, and aava aumetinira a
a long apeii ui uineaa. iu enecia are renue ani
thorough, and ll general ue would iirevent
M)LU III ALLUKIW.IBH.
Aim a nay ai norue, Aren'a wanieu. wuiui
l and Urrraa free. TUL t & CO.. Augusta,
m1' a monumeni to me sorely needed
senilis who could manufacture a imi-
detitiai hat that would enable Governor
Hayes, by a simple wish, to change the
nature of Morton, and Cameron, aud But
ler, and Clayton, and boss Shepherd, arid
Itabcock, and lJiother-in-law Casey, and
the rest ot
lUt INBal'TUKD CBEW
Who so love the honors and emoluments
If ou want reliable infonsatiun, where and bow
to get cbeap Farm or irovemrurnt Bomt
ataad free aend vour address to 6. J, Ull-
oire to see you hurt, aud advise you not I would be able to take up the question
them at the expense of the nation's peace.
Speakiutr of this carivu-.s iu the ttouth,
Mr. Julian propounded and answered the
following question : But will the south
be sate unuer tne aumimstration or 111
dcnV Can the 1 reed men he. safelv con-
Who arc taxing their wiu and pouring mitted to the ffuardianshin of the old
out their money to secure his election, 8iave masters. 1 answer this question in
and will darken the air about the exeeu- the lansuare of the ablest Dolitical iour-
tivc mansion on the 4th of March It he nal in the United States, and a supporter
should succeed V Such a hat, I am free 0f Governor Haves : 'Our own solemn
10 eonieos, wuuiu uiahe uov. iiayes a
pretty respectable president, and
. i.lH.-o that thpv nrt willincr rncliitrti nt I MOkK. Land Commiiaioner. Lawreore Kantaa
ana rereive rraua a uo)7 ut tin aum
cine nomm aa.
CCH77a week to aentn. Sample free.
uvj ll)', (i vi( KKKY. AiiKuria, siaine.
WHITEV7linRrd A lq
"elhratrt for 1U Pnrlt. BtrB Vth aSd KlaTor
Warranted to Keen Flrklra: We Gaarantea It U
I beUet is that tlie less Said on tills point be enurelr free from ttulpkuric Acid or other deleter!
Ie on tbe Republican side the better; that Vn.ff&ra!clfrM
OI I the riiitracp argument serve and ran w,.ta iut iuh k. L.pftij8BUiaAiCO-Ctalcaau
to sny muck about politics, llie pro
gramme has been made out, and there
will be hell to pay." On the night ot
the 29th, In accordance with this pro
gramme, assassins forced their way into
the houses of Messrs. Faulk and Garrett,
both of whom are particularly obnoxious
to the Republicans of Monroe and that
neighborhood, and attempted to take
their lives. A bureau ot Mr. Garrett
was ruined with buckshot fired into It
during the conflict that ensued when tbe
Radical murderers entered his room. lie
made a most miraculous escape.
Berre the purpose of nobody in this can
vass but the Republican knaves, and that
the probabilities are that the south will
be more peaceable under llklen than un
reform and dispose of it with tolerable
success. Unfortunately no such head
gear can be found, while the great leader
ot the party in Indiana, and the right
tiutwl mun fit thn Dilrii i mr pntiAn j hi I i i . it t i
v. .iu.ira, iciis us aer liaVCe, BI1U HIIS lor reasons Wnicn lie I - . MAA nonlirilhnnw Pamnles worth
the party has no need ol it, and that tbe on the surface. Tilden is not a weak or $5 tO $20JTi& MiEJS. ConJaTy.
men wiiu m iur ii-iuriu ure worse cnun- foolisn man. lie will Have no motive lor Portland Maine
uais man iimj iiuevcs mey wish to expose tolerating disorders at the south, nor
and punish. Cau you obtain the com- will bis leading followers. On the con-
mana or a practical cralt by simply trarv. ther will Dercelve r-learlv th tin.
portance oi tranquility in ttiat region to
tne stability or tneir liota on bower in
t Via rrr Yt U'rilla frincn 1lratlitu urlll on.
And put an houest crew in possession. tualv constitute nearly the whole noliti-
a npufelOiir larire life-Ilka Iteel enimrlnir
KutrlldLiI the Preaidential Candidate nil
.f"f Irapidly. bend for circular. 1 . t.n-
18 a dayltfraTipg Co. Wall lt..l)ox SW..S.X.
ft tr.ifra Tina mixed Cardn. with nalue. 1 eta.
SUnoxt naid. L. Joheh Co.. Naau. N- V.
changing the figure-head ol the vessel ':
VOC MI'ST EXTOL THE URATES
1 his is the truth n a nu shell, and George ca, of the lu,p'uh, lcanR. Co k.
Wil iam Curtis ihnsell adm u it.. His iingS,4Mortons, Chandlers and Cornells,
cry is "reform within the party," which with whose support Hayes, it seems, is
in Rellaloua aud Aa-rlrallarml V !
Ilea Mali-price. Hend for Catalogue on tbe
Lint Plan. or inforinatlon, aiMreaa,
0E0. P. KOWXXL ft CO., l ram Jtow,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Ooodi Sold Very Close.
Oornar 10th St. and Oommarola.1 At
C. 0. PATIjEB & CO
C'OMIIIMNIOM Mt.B IIAHT".
' Sra ATTON & m&sO,
AQKNlti AUtaiOAN JOWBSB CO
MT. 0ARBON(Big Muddy)
PEYTONA C ANN EL
Orders for Coal by the car-load
t,on, or in hogabeada, for ahipmeDt
promptly attended to.
UajrTo large consnmera and all
oianufactarera, we are prepared
X) aupply any quantity, by th
nontb or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITT COAL COatPaVT.
1 IT At Uie
f-yPoat OfBca Drawer. xl
At kfO'i'til UilU, or
office, Ko. 70 Ohio Lf.
a w barf boat.
oal Iuinp, footafTautr-Eifbtti
Hon. Shklby M. Ccllom, the lladical
candidate for governor, was a Know
Nothing in ISM. t lie was very earnest
iu his advocacy of the doctrines of that
party, and in that year was one of the
candidates on IU ticket for presidential
lector at Urge. And now he is asking
tha Germans and Irish to cotue to his
Now, John, "honest Iajun,"as you are
wmcii ao you preier,.Beu iley lor 2011
grets, or Bob Townes t or senator 5r You
need not answer until you have time
'Fools may aak questions," von can say
and when you reply you cau add that
only " wise men can answer them." Sun
V prefer Bob Townes all the time
bod. lie Is a much better man than
Ben. ablar and honester. Bob dldn'
get In a fence corner during the war, and
he never permitted old man Simons'
tara to be sold lor his debts. Wi
wouldn't give one Bob for hall a doze
he shouts along the lines as he, did four
years ago, as if utterly unmindful of the
lact that unuer tuts oattle cry our civil
service has become as foul and feculaut a
system of otticial huckstering and politi
From the Albuny Arinis of Auk . J .1
A satisfactory explanation of the in
crease in the ordinary expenses of the eal prostitution as our thoroughly de-
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Ku,i:iiiui:ui Blum ion- urn) luuim i DiuK'iiua party hoiiucs could make.
in tlie increased number ol government Hut he Is not blind like hentttor Morton,
officials au Increase w hich has taken to the need of reform, and he tells us In
to be saddled."
Ot this is patent to every man's unbiased
common sense. The great need of the
South to-day is deliverance from the
horde ot thieves and demagogues who
have been fastened like leeches upon the
weuare 01 me people, and backed in ilieir
place notwithstanding the decrease in Harper's Weekly that the ouly hope of """fda by the whole power of the ad
rn TiiiHinpt.ii ni itia inrprnni rtvtrif i ti... nucv tins ti. ti,A rjiua t r.oK.nn. .1 1 "3wovivii. nv inrncu w uuy, a ii
Dartment. See the tizures. This is the the fnnln tlmt it la not hnrw.ioislv nnr. gt.refor", movements and to his
civil list: . rupt. lie frankly confesses that reform W ?; il"A1 wnniany. Mr. Julian con-
loui, iouii - vt.yn.t is only possible by throwing overboard v
IStJ, tout. 47,.IIj; I the Craut leaders aHd trained corrur.tion- VwV' t'Sio.,
mb, total - M.1C7 I lu wh have brought the Dartv Into I-t me remark that, in arranirinfir the ad-
1 kJl'tl s. 1 KaMkTlm. m a . - " . f t ..... , . aw -
"i v""' - - I uisirraco. in au soberness 1 ask U this 1 ruinisiraiioii ol lien, tirant and tlie lead-
lh.l, tolal - 57,007 I possible? Have the KeDublican masses, ers of the liemiblii im nartv. 1 liave in-
la.l, tOUU BH.0.W I alter their lonir and nattent aervliw umlor tended no attm L nnnn tli linnest and in-
liS, loui - Ul.llJ the party yoke, the oouraire to take their telliifent masses who atlll tollow its flair.
t., .m o.ii ,i.JoW leaders by the throat? Will party nd still hope to redeem it from d!s-
itCa nermi namei metkly -nd penl- honor. Iu some other organization, and
- I rulw la 1 1 U V O L A rvunlr OAAfa aBlln v ... a I linilUP liTlifiH 1 1
Slake & Go.
B. Fa PARKER,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
letter of Secretary
MaBK Twain is one of the most hu
morous men in the worlJ. His last best
humorous shot was at Gov. Hayes. Said
he : "1 want a man who will not go on
seeing angels from heaven in such buz
rards as Delano, Belknap, Babcock and
the rest of that lot, long after 40,000,000
ot ordinary people have detected aud
come to loath theia. 1 want to see
man In the chief chair, who cannot only
tell a buzzard when he sees It, but will
promptly ring iu neck. I feel satisfied
that Mr. Hayes is such a man 1" He did
not label this, "Sarcasm ;" but it was not
necessary to do o.
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. It x m!-, 1 ll(,y re Jou.r- otlu glorious record, and no man forsook
eymen and expert i the work, of poll- it Iu 17 with more sincere regret. But
tics as a trade. 1 hey have reduced plun- when I saw that Its great work was done.
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mun ntlu.ru tn .,,,,.,.1 ,1... I .vu..u..j ,ao mv aenva, mw uuucii v.uci icaurra. iuvj am vcv
more seriouslr but it la hariliv tkbIMm and stainless men come to the trontV form as honorable a serylde as they
.'e "if.'0, ol u. fj..?0"1.? u The man who believes this must have al- have alreadv rrmdred In wlselv solv-
VW WllHUn VITO T9 liVIC tl aiinUlTllUIl Willi I Itt tl .a . a -
out a feeling ot regret. The executive Lowed wmmon sense to pack its lug the great problems of the past
and his advisers are eviueutly incapable I "m .i .i " "
,.f ,i....i,.,. ,iii. i.,f.. k I Tning.vTiimrM 1 from the brow of the Dartv In the davs
... u..n,t uu,uw Miiuiuvv.. n imr- - lf . . ... ,-
mcnts accural thought would have re- Would reUrn In anv conceivable nolitl.! m! ; w"e" l"
iw i ,. " , , . " I "J ill I'll oumuti a ncnaiut 1
vealed to them the su-rn condemnation heflTmhw t !rZam,' "T.1
of their policy and their failure, which Is gt K.h.e SnuU u Ai I;1!'001.? .an1 Ch,8e-, Wa" w th
imnlied hr the RerretArv'a letter Var K"vtrnmtni. in tne manipuia-1 it and of it In all its grand achievements ;
irapiieu iy me secrtiary s letter. or tion of caucuses aud conventions, thev and nn mon l.V. i..n m..i
all these years they have held these
states under control. s!ailiisr the eovern
mentof the in, removing and appointing
those highest in authority almost at
pleasure; and. not until lately. In the
least hindered anywhere by recalcitraut
As the result or all. It Is solemnly ad-
milted that to secure a fair vote in a
presidential election It Is necessary to
out a very considerable portion ol this
I'nlon under martial law. l'eace can
only secure its victories through the aid
and appliances of war. The canvass is
to be a campaign not metaphorically but
Courts of justice are powerless ; the
pot tomitulut is not lo be deluded up
on ; and the ballot without the bayonet is
advertised to the civilized world to be no
more than a mockery. View it as we
may, the situation Is full of humiliating
suggestion. 11 there is to be a Hepubli.
can majority in those regions, it should be
afree unintlmidattd majority AVio
j vrK jnnune.
Wall Paper, Window Glass, Win-
aow unaaea, ezo.
llwaya on baud, tbe flebraUd illuminating
Oornar Elavaath Btreat and Washing
ot clutch- tola tine art. Nothing caVS during the ed
?r?.n"a.",,,.,1W "ueh a reform as channels ol crr..r,Hftn and plunder with
womu completely uis odge these leaders the startling r-auft. I have attemoted to
j. ii. ouaaLV.
anu put sucu men as lir slow and Aiinmi d.u.t Z, " . :i..7. i
..I . . - " I , auu lliai HC UCTU J1 IU-
tueir uiauea would be. lu fact, tlie Ironrl.i 1.1 .k...,n.itv,. -i..,.!
tSwrhVr ,l.WHT!d ve to bonZrd 'him '1 from
.uTtT1 a b ,a Tr,a dii,nt,fra- e friends of a life-time, whose love was
tAon',ud.'t w.0UlJ luit " M o then turned to l ata and scorn, and en-
consider it the same party which has fZ
runul LIkA aVTiiinfrv biham lanr statm. I I V I " . . .
rwjwer. .. wn.,Td 7. i..t .!,. T"Fn 1 resolvea to prosecute 10 ttie
.'. . un 1 CUU.
tepubllcan party ot 18U8 as IdenHcal
uitb the old Willi.' Dartv. whhh had
iK.lUo WESLEYIN COLLEGE.
can pany ine instrumeiii ol aeu-Durinca-I ivvaw ww-.
, t. . a, I k . . a" .
nun, ta uoi ouiy moraiiy, nut 10
absurd. A party onoe thorouirh
rupw uaa iobi tue power u reiorm liaeir. Soleaea l;..ZZYZZ'
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