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CYRUS 8. OBERLY, Editor.
NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET
l ot l"rrMit.
SAMUEL 3. TILDEN.
ol St W Vork .
fut Vice Pre-iJml,
THOMAS A. IIENDHICK8,
l'HtHIItTIr II MKIKV
Win. J. ALLEN,t,f .l.i-' sun entity.
Win F COOLBUAOH. if '''
lt Dfa't-Thomae Hoyne.
ltd " S. S. Hayea,
M ' Arno Voaa,
th " Thoa. B. Coulter.
Mb, " W.C. Oreen,
ifh " -Jamea B. Eckel,
;ih " -Geo B. Martin,
t-tb, " -O. W. Bullock,
vth " -L.W. Jamea.
loth " J. W. Davidaon,
lith " W. E. Zwlnir.
liU " -Charier A Keyee,
13th -0. A. Roberta.
14 tk " - O. B. Fioklin.
Uth " --R. N.Bisaop,
16th " -J. J. PbUlloa.
17th " O. A. Wik..
stb ' P. Jonneon.
inb " -J.M. Creba.
nf Kendall county.
ARCHIBALD A. OLNN.
of Hrown county.
For "TCrflary of State,
8. Y. THORNTON,
of Couk county.
Yot Sjtatr Trcattirrr,
of Clinton county.
For Ali'irncy (tener.il.
Congressional District Ticket-
Y Lr ui'tit,
f IUnljlpK rv.nu.
Vqt Member Mate II jiI of l.imi,n..n
OLIVER P. HILL.
of I niiri cowtiv.
Senatorial District Ticket.
For Stale Sciutui Fiftii-tli liuiri.
of Union county.
For l.eircteniativvs in lit. I.esi-litcie --I tftith
FRANK M. AONEW.
of Jackson county.'
While much may be accomplished by
thtta method, it might encourage delusiv c
expectations it 1 withhold here the expie
slonof tny conviction that no reform of the
i-lvil nervl?.e In thu - '
plete and permanent until its chief magis
trate if constitutionally disqualified lor re
election; experience having repeatedly
exposed tbe futility of self-imposed rcstric
tioni by candidates or incumbent.
Through thin nolemmty only can be be ef
fectually delivered from bin greatint tempta
tion to misuse the power and patronage
with which the Kxecutive W uecewtarily
charged. From Suiuuel .1. Tildeu'i letter
The nobler motives of Immunity concur
with tbe material interests! of ;.ll in requir
ing that every obstacle bo removed to a
complete and durable recoinilutiou bt
tween kiudrsd uotulutions once unnatur
ally enranged,on thu tu.i recognized by
the tit. LouU platform, of the "comaituiiou
f the United Sjtatei, with it amendment
uuiverially accepted an a tlnul settlement
of tbe controversion vv ui.-h engendered civil
war." Hut, in aid of a renult io beiiebYieut,
tbe moral influence of every good citizen, as
well a every goveriiuimtal authority,
ought to be exerted, not alone to maintain
thilrjurt equality before Hie law, but like-
HUeto aitabflto a corJ1nl fraternitv and
good will among citizen, whatever there
race or color, who are now united lu ine
one dettiuy of a 'common aelf-goverument.
if the duty (ball be a-igued tu me, 1 kbould
not fall to eiercifo tbe power with which
tbe law and the tonntitution of our,oun
try clothe iu thief luagi-trate, to protect ail
it citiieni, whatever their former condi
tion, in every political and pcrvoual ngbt.
I From Samuel J. Tilden' letter of acaep.
We denounce the Jitm motion clau$e
f the act of 1675, and tee here dt
utaad iff Tfa1. Xotiurmt JUworatic
SC (rftCH the f 1 nit of ,'i:dm'ij me
yi'heitd for th- w if th t.ihr, that
thry mrr not tcntil ,ij ill- pri.tUjury
frmti or tiuhit!in i f yr fnhtii
Tin: tiiM.i.ri i i iHi.iHiiHiM
V ipi m 11,1..
I am anxious lo ,' out i Die iumv-.;ij. r
and rrlittlug 1u0iin-i into niitlicr lu-i-nestj.aiidtUmloici.lUritic
whole Hi 1 1
TIN I'riutiug ):-tal.li-liiu. iit nmcliim iy,
Jl. Ixiildiuy, uikI (,m1 vtiUt.r the
uewpaieraiil job oili.-.- f.,r U- upon
trttr rauvst kind of t. ri.i. J c
j.airaud Job piii,iiiiv; . M .t.ii,!,,,,. t,
tbe U-bt appoiuud out- m Soihi,.-,,, nij.
bow, and U a uoney-inukin- ion.. ru.
Any out who wl,.. t., ,.,1Si,,. j xUv
biiDt rill tin ) i, H- an ,
luiiili at the I'.t 1 1 j us oili..-.,. i. Mi.
E. A. I'.unw it.
Oc.2M'T6. ,j.,i,n U.or.i Ki v.
1 . 1
IHew xoik Jl',,.1.1 avslh. ata
thre partie la tb ii, id m Su.itl. fmtv.
una: one lor j:iyB and liamlxrlaiu,
oue iur iiiaeu ami 1 hauibetUin, kHi ail.
other ou for Uavi and Uauipiou, many
oegroei wUi will vot for lfajtt bt-in"
Optnlr yptS;'J to t liaujljerlrtin.
tni; rorrrnAd Mr.r.K n.
Mr. Albright l nlUniptin t tn;kc
cHpitnl out ol Ills notion on ilio bill to
inukean upproprintion for 1'ic Copperas
Hp 1 sailnirr '."e how-
much I fuvitl of the people! money ty
ikdeatinii: thl hill thi V' Al-
brlifht il.-ffutin a teal ! Now hrim?
forth Satun, au l K ll him to Im-ji'1 l,,c
Ifood woik ol rebuking iu'.
lint, thff.u-t is Mr. Albrijjht did not
ilefftit the prtipo'il tVipiMiad cnek
dam H'it oii lut 'nu.rtndit w a not a steal,
lie may siK.-tt'd in l onvintinu; iffiiorant
people Unit what be lay about thH dam
buinesi.1 true. '1 hi i poilU' ; he
i htise il Id u l.n t Hut there are I i moi 1 ats
in Jarkson e.uitity w ho listen with pu
tielice to tbix ctiUelilttll lldvot iititljr H'1
rij,'bt of nil lcinoetat fo luoh lietro
?,iool ihil.lrtn in tinfini-'l we
hikI tctitity; but, l' tn"
tin; propoet ilam Hppropri
ut ion was not h steal, iiihI Mr. Albright,
ill hi speech oposinjf If. proved him-elf
to he 11 very ignorant man. altogether
unfit t n ireent an intelligent contitu
Firt. It was not a iteul. The propo
sition was to appropriate aeertnin Mini of
inonev to build a dnm in the Illinot river
where Copiera creek empties into that
rv-r. lh Illinois river i
niiviiriible stream a large nav-
Igablc stream ol the state. lo im
prove it so as to give a channel from
Chicago to the Mississippi river alotiff
which steamers eoubl pass from Cairo to
Chicago, carrying ourzoodsto market
and bringing back to us building mate
rials and other article would benefit
Southern Illinois greatly, and particu
larly the Fiftieth senatorial district.
The improvement of Mi'" Illinois
river in this wav would give this
ilit-trict, all the foiimics o which
lie upon tin; Mi-isiipi river and along
the Illinois Central railroad, a competing
water line to i bicag.t with flic Illinois
( elitral. This would compel ihe railroad
to reduce its freight charges and give to
us cheaper building material, which are
now high in price lM-caiic ol the
high rates of freight on the
lllinoi Central. The stale con
vention of l.irnu r-a large body of
nieii that niH at lilooioingloii demanded
this improvement ( 1 1 1 1 1 li t ii-- river, and
nn nppi i'iriati'n br licit purpose, Iw
c,itse the Improvement ol the fixer would
contribute unit II I" the i u.e nl cbritp
ti4u.pirt.i'iii. ,'iimI aid matei ialli in tbe
worn ol breiiktiig binn tli rsiilrod
lll'"'poifS of lll" -lite, l colli c all
Milrn.id cxinpinies opp"-'( ilir ,-ippin-
pi iation. and it i- a iignirii-.nitl.ii-t that
gi-nllmueii iu the euipl'.Miiout ol the
Illinois I'tutial lailroid wh tbe imn
who i-i.-cnrnl Mi. Albtitht's nniuinatioti
at JiiiiPcboio, and are now hi liietiils.
The IlliuoH Central iHiltoad ilms not
want competition, and Mr. Albiight is
working into the hands of that railroad
while prolcing lobe one of the watch
dogs of the state treasury,
rSeion l. Mr. Albright in In-, oppo.si-
tion to the Copperas creek appruiiriatioii
proved binisell to be Miuuiclullv igno-
uui. me proposed approiiriaiibu was
for the iuiprovemeut of tbe Illinois river
nt Copperas cnt-k, but Mr. Albright fell
into the error of believing that the pro
posed appropriation was for the improve
ment of Copperas creek. Iu his speech
upon tbe bill he said : "If it is pr:per
to build a ilam at Cop per a creek,
whv not improve Big Muddy
river iu my county, a itream
lour times as large us Copperas creek, an
improvement ol which would be worth a
hundred times as much to tbe -ople of
the whole Etate? There are In tny dU.
trict at least a dozen streams that are
more worthy of state aid. I have made
diligent inquiries! of persons residing ad
jacent to this puny stream. Copperas
creek. I have, by the aid of a powerful
magnifying glass, discovered it upon a
map gotten up by its friends, but upon no
otiier. 1 have conned history iu vain for
a disciiplioii ol Ibis noble liver, and af
ter untiring search and inquiry, I have
ascertained that Copperas creek ii not
worth a daintn)." Now, here was one of
the representative ol this dibtrict, exhib
iting gros Ignorance ol the question he
was attempting to discus. "Copperas
creek U hut worth a dam," he bbouted,
when there was no proposition
to put u dam in that creek.
"Iu my district are a dozen
streanm more entitled to state aid than
Copperas creek," he asserted, when no
person wa proposing to give state a! J to
Copperaa creek. This was ignorance in
excusablealmost stupidity ; ?md now
thu man, who did not undsrstand the
question when he acted upon it. Is stand.
Ing before the people laying : -Vote for
me because 1 ssved jour money by de
feating the Copperas creek Um
steal I" We at amazed ; but where
lore'r Art- not the-e the dafs of !itih
men-: Are not thee the davs iu which
ignorance backed be impudence i.
potent with - pc.q,),. .' Why there.
lore -noun we . M,ipri.cd that Mr.
All.llglll, v,,. le-mled the ililMoVclnciit
of Copperas creek, now conic forward
and claim-, that be d.-t.-ated (. improve
ment of ,e Illinois riV(r. YVe ,,i,ld
not he surprised, and wean- not.
nil. mom : or nil; lil.noo.
11 i .
A corrcspondeul ol the MiiriihvslM.ro
lwlr,,..lrl aays.lhat while Mr. All,.i,.l.i
claims that he ami Col. Tow m-s are regu
lar iN-iiiocratie iioiuinc s, be has not o,.
word to ay In favor ol bis candidate lot
.malor. "Why-" a-ks the , , rr-poud
cut. l'.ecaui," he replies, "Mr, ,.
bright well knows that Towm-. was not
"'"'' H'e iw-motiscv, ,,d that
lb aeniie, win, h.n.'i ted t,e h.,iiiu
llot. o I . l0Mf, ;t, ,, u,,,,,,,,,,,, v
oiebuimd aud Tom,cs ir-,,diaU.."
Wl'lle It lliax Ire tn.r, Mt (,, X.
bright know, that Col. Towm-ii wa md
met none. .t l. In.oc,,-,,-, ,., n,p
tncl, he a.,j know ih,t , (Mr
blight) was ne.tbn Hie , l,.,ic.. ,.f tbe
I'rii.ocratiiconbc n.st .lo,,e,boUM ,..
vrntion. lie ba I l ru lepudiated bv the
Ilrmofiat f biit.w,, eoumy, not one
member of the A!iau-hr tcuuty dele .H-
tion was In lavoi ol M" nomination, and
only few of the Iniou .xmnfy delega
tion were his Mend. How, then, did ho
secure the nomination ? After the nomi
nation of Col. Townc-s for ftiimr the
Jackson county delegation withdrew
from the convention. Confusion was
created by this Impetuous anil improper
action, and iu the confusion Mr. Albright
was nominated without ceremonv or dis
cussion. He took the nomination without
question, the Alexander county delega
tion, led by .Judge fireen, acquiescing Iu
the a -tion, because well, because .lodge
Oreen thought that acquiescence would
be, utiiler the circumstances, the wisest
Hut, the iaet is, Mr. Albright is not the
cholel'n! the 1 leuioer.lt of the iiltieth
district, and be is aware of the fact. He
may, however, be elected ; U-cause under
the iniquitous minority representation
pb.n, all his friends will vote plunders
for him. Kadi Albright man iu the dis
trict will vote three votes for him. and
tie auti-Albright vote will Ihj divided
between Agnew. Kroh and Irviu. Mr.
Itvin I one of Albright friends, and did
at much as aoy man to run lb. tirt
Jonesboro convention into, the Tow nc
Albright channel, but Mr. Albright will
pay no attention to thi fa't. He will
verv deliberately cut Mr. Ii vin's litii al
throat. H will not give one vote and a
half for Irvin. but take three for himself
wherever he can pick up that number of
votes. He i not trie I 'omoeraiie candi
date. He i Albright's candidate, and is
for Albright againt all comers Including
his friend and colleafiie, Mr. Irvin.
In view of ttwse fact, we can see no
wav out ol tbe difliciilty but by uniting
upon Mr. Irvin in Alexander
county. T his county needs a representa
tive iu the general assembly, audit can
now. under the peculiar circumstance
of the esse, obtain a representative In no
other way than by the election of Mr
Irvin. I 'poti Ibit gcnilnian tbe Tow lies
Democrat will unite, and "ivc him
plumpers, lie will also get not a few
Votes in I'niou and .lackou counties,
and thus can be clceicl. If tbe
anti-Tow lie cuiot-rat believe that by
voting plumper for Irvin they will le
making Mr. Albright's election a cer
tainty, they can divide their Vote Im--
twrccti him and Agncvv ; or. il Auue'v
slmuld wiibilraw, between bun and
k rob. or voihc other candidal' who inav
be put into Mr. Aguew's place on the
ticket. Iu this way. Irvin will U-
b ci-d and Mr. Albright may and prop
sblr will Ire tb-lt atfd.
A l'HII,AIl;l.rill It S.IH. 41. Joll.
With a lair lr, tion iu i'liilad Ipbia.
the (;h, :t of ibif city .i lilleii will
carry the stale by lo.onh ni:,i"tity.-
f iin' y n(it.
I'hila Jcldiia is a K pubii. an city, and
Ps Republican city government lias di
cided that it shall so remain, known to
!o one of Ihe 1110-1 corruptly gorirncd
cities in the I'nitcd St-itc-. it has no
fcrupb-s in favor of public hoiicty and i
now engaged in a huge job to carry the
city for Ilayes In November. The num
ber of unemployed men iu the city has
last years, until a 'mouth ago it Jiad
reached forty thousand. The Republican
managers regarded this large number of
idle men with their bieadlt-ss families
with easy Imlitterence until the exigen
cies of the presidential canvass pressed
it upon their minds that these idle labor
ers were voters hungry voters whose
ballots might be bought tor Ilayes and
Wheeler. All at once their ears wire
opened to ihe cry of the workingrucn
for "bread or work " Lvery property
holders within the city limits was
notified that if his curb-stone were one
fourth of an inch, ''aye, even the breadth
of a hair" out of plumb, It mut be taken
up and relaid within thirty days from
the date of notification. Instantly an
army of contractors sprang up in tbe
city. C lose following on the receipt of
the notification, projm ty-holdi-rs were
waited upon by these yenth-rnen eager
for tbe work, and within a bbort time
the centennial city wa- in a state of
repair that promised f. leave it the
most perlectly curb-stoned city
in the I' ui ted Stales. Republican and
Democratic property holders alike
growled at the nio-t palpable political job
that ever the corrupt Radical ring of
Philadelphia ha ever indulged In. but
thousand, of unemployed voters were
et o work and the Radical managers
rubbed their unclean hands with satisfac
tion on the brightening prospects of a
largely increased vote In Philadelphia for
the pure and patriotic Have in Novem
1I ARIT.R N MAUAXIXE I OR lOVr.M-
Harper's M"iftzin' for November Is a
bright and beautiful number, rich in va
riety of it content and in pictorial illus
The nNmlx r 01.011 W illi a l.oeui bv Hit:
author of "John Halifax, Gentleman'"
entitled Magnus and Morua : a Shetland
Fairy Tale." onsti m-tcd as an operetta
for a musical accompaniment I it is bill of
rich lyrical gem : and it is an 1 xquUite
lory. Mr. I redcrick' illustrations a.ie
wm thy of the pirt-in.
llaniet Prescoti .spoibud contribute
an 111 li. b' on "Media val Furniture," il
lusira'ttl with tbiiiv-lwo engravings;
treating especially o the Gothic tvlc
ami its IiiimIciii adaptations. '1 he paper
is very valuable or it information, and
is written in Mr. pofl..id . iu.t pi. t
Horace K. M ml ,j. r ... ,.,.
th lin n in New F.ugUud" "ivesll.e reaper
mme very inte,e-ting glimpses of the do
m. lie lilfof Governor .Mm Wintbr. p.
A. II. i.ucin,cy, in another illuti mi.mI
palm-, give, a graphic .Jes. ,j,,ij
exploring .. iu the India-. Alp
under (be title 01 an IjigiM, Uonuii
luoiig the Himalaya'.."
Mr-. M.11U .1. I.auib torn ,, i,,. , 4.
erdll.glv interesting ailidc tjt (ie
di-tingui In d p. rsons interred in the bu
ml grounds o liinity ami m. Paul'..
Ihe aiti.Ie i, ilb,-t,rt,(.( ., ,J
pi luu que t iigravlng.
A new stui v by ML, Ihackeuv U be-
iftinin this tiunibit ; and the publishers
announce the commencement In the IH."
cemlier nnmlter of anew serial stoiy by
R. I. Blackmore. author of "l-ornn
Iioone,"' "Alife I nriame, "ihe Maid
of Pker," etc "A oman-Hater,"
which has reached i?! h'th pat t.infrea'e?
In interesr with each installment ot the
Interesting short stories ure rontribu-
t-tl by Const mice l'dilmore voolon,
Rebecca Hardin Pavi. Annie Thomas,
and Mrs. K. T. Corbctt. As interesting
as a, story is the powerful character
ketch, by tti anmyiii"us author, entitled
'A Craud lliisincs Man of tbe New
rrofessor Charles Mtirr.iy-Nalrne, of
ColliunbU college, coiitribntt-s a sketch
of ,lohn Locke, which, Ksides n gnat
deal of interesting pcronal matter, y ives
an estimate ol tbe t lace held In the
world of philosophy by tin1 author of the
'Kay on the lluiu.in I'ndcrstanding."
Poems are contributed bv l.avaid Tay
lor, Alfred 11. Louis. icorge I .nut . A.
V., and Kdgar Fawcclt.
The editorial dcpi.itiucnts are unusu
ally full and interesting, including tbe
pleasant social gostp of the Kasy
Chair," an interesting rne of impor
tant recent book, tbe summaries of
scientific pptgres and of current events,
and an enKniKnoia "Drawer."
Tui; foreign-born citioti who votes tor
Gov. Ilayes commit political suicide.
The oath of the American Alliance to
which Got. Hayes ha morally assented !s
a? follow s :
I solemnly swear that 1 will not vote
for any person or person for any otlicial
position in thi eountiy. under "the laws
thereof, w bo are not Amerie.m-born eiti
.ens, and thai I will not betray nnv of
tbe secret ol th; order, or give the name
o any prron udonging to the same
w ithout his consent, and that I will faith
fullv obey all ruies or orders of the saint
not in conlli' t with the constitution of
tbe I nitcd State., and the State of vv hieh
I am a resident :aml that 1 will do all in
my povcr lo tonvanl tbe interests of the
order generally ami my council ol which
am a member, andol Aincni-an princi
ple, in Uns country. o help me. i .nit,
it.s. 1:1 I v H. R U M wa at the sol
diers' reunion at llarrisbiirg 011 the ls-th
iu-t. and created a wry unfavorable irn
prc-sli.n bv delivering biin-cll'of a politi
cal havuigiic when calh d upon to sjcak
I he tiH-cling wa not polite . .1 111 any
M'li.-c of the word au-M o-n. I.' i'iiu's ad-
tlrosoili ndcil many I c ui.icralic veteran
who bad j'.nriicycd to llarri-burg to cu
joy a ..tcul day with their former cuu
paui'.ii. in arm-
I 111 majority given to II. e Kcpiililicali
candidate lor -vrctary of i-fate i;i hio at
the I. lie elect I-11, was ti:l. Mii:il!et ever
given to the st 'te candidate heading lite
Republican tit l.cL iu pit-fidculi tl years
In 1 ' I , tin- i;,-,iillican majority for stc
retary of tate vias upwards of lilty-loiir
thousand, iu is;i it wa Aeveiitetn thous
and, iu 17.' It was fourteen thousand
and iu 170. it is not six thousand. And
yet the Republicans rejoice over tbe vic
tory iu Ohio.
Mariis Fap.1,1 11 a it Ti iiii:, author of
"The Proverbial Philosophy" arrived iu
thi country lat week, and niter an ex
amination of the "I cat exhibition, be
will give a s-iic of public reading it,
tliiJ rent parti of the country.
A l.oi i-i-na Republican paper
charges its Republican readers that the
election of Hayes requires them "to lie
on the illert."
'111 vast resources of the Republican
oftlual corps, tojelher with the aid of
their immediate and remote friends and
adherents, make them a very formidable
power, to overcome which will require a
great numerical strength ; for we remem
ber that otllce, foveriuent patronage, and
millions of money are pitted ugainst
mere numbers without patronage, ami
without olllce. Rut while the oppressed
people lack thrse elements of strength,
they do not luc a tliposition for honest
and reasonably emunerative labor : And
recently they do not lack Ihe necessary
information to enable them to judge cor
rectly of the luilleasanee of their repre
sentative and public servants at the cap
itol: neither dc they lack the proper in
dignation wht-h they should feel for
those derelicthns. And judging from
tbe wide and st'ong undercurrunt which
1 setting in o vigorously against the
shameless authors of their poverty und
want of prospc.-ity, their numbers and
intelligence, and virtue, Hlone will be
more than sulllcienct to oust their 1111.
faithtul servauts.and elevate others who
will do their bidding under the public
laws of the county, with faithfulness,"
horn-My, frugality, and the cheerful bless
ings of the whole jreople-Kust, West,
North and South. Mr. Rutherford II.
Hayes, though one of the people, is not a
nominee of the people, or of the delegates
of tin; people, or any considerable part of
them. The truth i he U tbe accidental
nominee ol Mr. Simon Cameron 01 Penn
sylvania. Hcluif the meeting of the con
vention, on which lie, was accidentally
foisted, neither be Jnor any other man
dreamed of him as even a probable candi
date hemic the caiivcntioii, much less as
thi! nominee of ..aid caiivcution. When
Mr. Cameron presented the name of Mr.
Claim: through Robert G. lugci-oll lor
nomination, and the delegation from hi
own Map. j,.n,ed to ca-t their ballots as
a unit lot hiin. Mr. Caiuciou became wry
Hale, and Ihe infection -picad like a si
moon o conta-'ioi- uiul iillnle lil.i.lcl
prospects of hi. own choice Mi-
Maine ; m icily rouieil Ihe friends ol Mr.
Morton. a,i ,, , Mi. , onKlii,,
while Mr. Hi i.-t,MV-s honf.fy in attcuipl
ing to destiny t,u whisky ling made
I'im unavailtbl.. r n,t. leaders; and
lm alter lb- fr i,,tuvvho were the
anthdato, the rcpublji-un people r
' ''""Ioii at their convention w.-iv
tlifptoed oi iy thvir .jcinoralizctl d.h
gates, the augn but lunniug Camt r.ui
ollcrcd as a si.,ii,jJr ida'tcr"' 01 "h. al
ilii' pauaccu'' fo, th.-ir wounded ami
l.iceratoil feeling" Ihe lion. R. R, Hayes,
Governor ol Ohio: a gentleman of
whom nothing positively bad Wll
known. And ?o the great R -publican
party i rommnnded to vote fr.r a man
whom none of them evt r tlreamed of for
president and indeed whom they did
not, nor do not want. The pet t id the
voters were lilaine, .Morton, 1 onklinir
and I'.ristovv. Out ol these they hail
their individual choices, but of coiire
would have cheerfully voted for Bny
one ol tin-in it nominateii. nut .Mi.
Il-ije i an iiiilooked for n t-iiv.
throw n upon them without their knowl-e-Ige
or choice, bv the sclicmcin;' luau-
tr of their patty, whotbo-e him as a
tod Ivr ilieir lultire is-c, should the (to
them silly) people lect him. So much
for Mr. Ilayes, the nominee nt tbe ring
master- of the Republican party.
It is fitting that we should now say a
lew word about Samuel. I. I mien, the
nominee of the m-w Democratic party,
through their convention at St. l.otii.
It Is noticeable I h it be was opposed by
the w-irst elements of the rcmenantof the
Democratic party. It was they and
their henchmen who 111 their influence
iu the lobby and the convention to defeat
if possible hi nomination. They were
the Tweed-democrat, the canal-ring-democrats,
and U c New ork sontheru-
tier-of-county sore-hea b-d-tleinocrat all
of w hom Mr. Tildi-n has given as good
eatehe to hate him, 11 the thief-taker gen
erally gives the thief he catches and
brir.gs to the bar of justice, no more nor
no les. Why should Twcedites love
him ! Why ho:ild canal-ring thieves
shower their benedictions upon him!
And why should the Klmir t sore-heads
of southern New ork be desirous to
group him with the saints! Surely
those vile democratic epicures would not
canonize Mm lor iiiregariting tin-ir st i
lish and unpatriotic wishes to disgrace
because id bis fidelity the superb.
tendent of the F.lmir.i Asylum, for the
ignoble purpose of making room lor one
of their gro., flatulent, unsi:rupu!oiis.
grei'dy, and tlislionest nuuilM-r, win had
fixed hi wanton eyes upon the possible
spoils of Ihe place. Why sbouM sueli
disreputable men love the man who re
fused them the grant to not iu
spoils ami corruption like the Demo
cratic conn--! of the corporation l I'l
mira wbo n be threw overboard like an
overgrown .hmah ol the Simon Magus
sc'iool ! And il i- thi- same class id ci
all'.e'id and deposr-d Dcni'ieratie Im-II-w.-alber-.'aiid
their ilk. tb.it lai-cd the
cryoi - .lt money agaiu-t Mr. Tildcii
having lhcin-ilve- tir-t stolen among
other things .-ojiie bard money phrase
and iu'.ro luec.l tlu ni into the olt nioiit-v
1. inc ucl.t'.urc, w lii.-h'auicudcd iiuiucncla
ture Mr. I il'lcn c-ebcwid (as .1 ol cs
chewrd t il ) in his Icttn" of acceptance :
and'lroiu this fact, the howling pack
rji-cd their cry. which we to-day hear iu
unwas.icd mouths of credulous, tinscni
pu!o is ami iininloreicd Republicans,
w ho, however, bad no praises too ful
some, which they heaped upon Mr. Til-
den until he became the nominee
o the new partv for the pre-i Iwx-y
lo continue, Mr. i'ilden vva the ex
pressed choice of the people of :i)l the
states of the 1'iiion, except the larger
part of the Republicans North, and the
loser part of tle-m South; in other word
lit; was the choice of the whole people
North and South. R.it and We.-f, not
even excepting the larger part ol non-olflee-tiolding
Republicans South, and a
rciieetidile minority of the vimr party
Kat. Wet, anil Noith. And it w is even
this : the largest part of the brain und
sinew of the entire country vv Inch t hose
him tor their nominee week, nay. even
months before their nominating conven
tion nit t at St. Louis and publicly con
tinued their pl'e-cx pres.;, d choice S llll
U(l .1. Til J. 11. ile was known and ad
mired every where for the herculean
work he bad performed in cleaning on1
the Augean stables ol New Vork; clay
ing her Neruc'tn lion in the Twecdites ;
and her Hydra-h.-ud.-d serpent in tbe
canal-ling ; ami teaching her the homely
arts of economy and industry in his dis
tatl'nnd loom of rcticnctiuicnt and ic
form, reducing the evpemiitures and
taxes one-ball', and tb-troying public
theft and corruption, proving himclf at
once the champion Reformer, the model
statesmen, and the sternest type of
moral integrity of the nint it t-nth cen
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