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I MOBmwe. EVEHIIIG. SUNDAY AMD WEEKLY,
Thi Onlv Paper In thi Eights Congrstllsnsl Dlltrlcl
R.c.lslng aueclittg Prill Dispatches.
PUBLISHED BY THE
SPRINGFIELD PUBLISHING CO.
in irntrnf and tieUtereJ promptly br car
rier to 11 i.,rtto(thec.tr al 15 ctnh ir wffk
SlDtttopUi;t renU Itcooulni all the Asn
clato.1 IVfis ills (latches, aim Is as complete a
neiripaper aa u publlsheJ Id anj cttf In tha
country of the tame itza as HpriagQeM.
THE EVENING GLOBE-REPUBLIC is publlihM
eerjr evening except SuihUj, an-l Is detlrered
at the rate of 10c. ir week, dingle coplee id.
THE SUNDAY GLOBE-REPUBLIC Ii limed efery
.Sunday morning, and Is del it ere J to tubscrib
era at il per year. Single coptos 5c
THE WEEKLY GLOBE-REPUBLIC Is publish!
erery IhursJay, aud Is one of the most com
plete family newspapers la the country; eight
arte i complete, ttepieie wim news
fl per year, tnivriably caah.lo
J'Ureti all cvmmuntcattvnt to
SPHIN6FIELD PUBLISHING CO.,
The partnership ot Kixusr, Niciinu A Co.,
waa by mutual consuhl dissolved Augual 1,
IrwS. On that dav the" ownership ot Ihe
MprlngfleM ULoug-lti,i'L'iiLic, dally ami
weekly, with all tin, property, franchise,
book hcouiuiis, anil contract or the Mild
partnership, wan triinMerred to The Spring
field l'ubtialilng Conipau)
(Hyl M. Nichols)
the i.onn rniNTi.su amj rfBUsiUNa
8U.MJAV rUIILItllKIM ANNOUNCK -
On the litilayof August, 1&, the owner
ehlp of the Huhiut (Uobk-Ukpublic, with all
11m property, frHUchUeH, book-accounts ami
ooutrHcth, wa traunferreO to The .iprlnKQeld
TUB OIXJIIK 1'IUNTINU AND 1'UHLISHINO
TllC bi'RIsnKIELll PUIIUSIIINO Compant, a
corioratloti chartered under the lawi of Ohio,
hawng, Augiut I, lwi5, purchawd Tlie epaiioi
nr.l.i) GI-oMK ItKi-DHiic, dally and weekl),
irom me parinersnip ui Kinney, rticnois.l to ,
and the stl.Mur Uujiik-IIfI'U mlic Irom lia
publlishers, tjoates Kinney and the tJlolw Print,
lug Ji PubllshlnKCompau, have atlpulatvd to
aiiflume all the debts, credlli, and contracts of
the saUI pArtDCrnhlp and the said publishers,
aud rtlll settle all the obligations made by the
same in the publication 01 the tvaid newspapers
between the date of Nocmber 5, IhM, and
August 1, I'M").
By order of the Board of Directors of The
BraiMiriKLI) I'fiii.isiuxi Company.
COATES KINNEY, President.
T1IOS. Q. BROrtN Mcretarr.
TUESDAY EVENING. SEPTEMBER 8,1885.
There is talk about making Chief Justice
.Voah DaWi a Sew York gubernatorial candi
I'eannts are to be raised on Long Island.
They will find a ready market at Coney
Seventy thousand dollars have already been
received for the Grant monument to Ik
erected in New York.
It appears that that Wandering Jew ol pol
itics, Mr. Keily, was once a newspaper man.
That accounts, In part, for his tribulations and
for bis recent achievements ai a tramp.
The prohibitionist! think that when they
smite us on one cheek, we must turn the
other also. Perhaps we should. We do not
believe the other cheek would sustain much
The fillhiness of Marseilles, which resulted
from the laxity of the olhcials, invited cholera
to give the city a second call, and it accepted
the InviUMon at once. Health officers, every
where, should make a note of this.
James William Lambert urges, in the
columns of the London Times, that English
grave-yards should be made into recreation
grounds for the public, Mr. Lambert ihould
come over and see Fernclifl. It would give
The population of Denver increases at the
rale of twelve per centum a year, and the
town has grown at this rate for a Beriei of
years. Local pride" ii assigned as one of the
causes ol Denver's prosperity. Its local pride
has a solid and broad foundation.
Oen. Comly, editor of the Toledo Commer
cial Telegram, on being mentioned as a can
didate for office, protested and expressed bis
preference for a cell in a lunatic asylum. All
All ot which shows that he Is a sane man and
not the person to be confined in such a place.
The New York Times suggnta that, in a
certain exigency, Parnell be made Secretary
for Ireland, with a seat in the cabinet. No one
could wish the agitator a worse fate than
would be his if he were held responsible for
the government of the distracted country al
In a recent address to Grand Army men,
General Clinton U. Flak, of.Vew York, the
father of the Fisk university enterprise, at
Nashville, said that 2,850,000 men enlisted in
the union army between Snmter and Appo
tnatox; that 300,000 of thera lie in 79 Na.
tional cemeteries, and 134,000 In nameless
The more we think of it the more we be
lieve that if the chairman of the prohibition
committee Is really anxious to have somebody
publicly discuss campaign Issues with Its
lumpers, be should address the Hon. Allen
O. Myers, ot Columbus, Ohio. Mr. Myen and
the champion of the prohibitionists would
Of the editor! of B4 dominion newspapers
who were asked lor an expression of their
opinion as to what should be done with Kiel,
41 y be ihould be banged, 7 consider him
crary, 2 oppose the hanging of political of-
tenden, 3 pronounce the trial unfair and one
wlshet the government to act according to In
wn Judgment, without regard to newspaper
Lord Randolph Churchill has a ion and
heir who takei to the slinging of epithet
and expletives, very naturally, but still, when
he wai recently engaged In what some people
would regard as the justifiable amuumeot of
wearing at plumber, his American mamma
flew at blm and administered a "United
Htatei ipmnklog." We ilnc.rely hope that the
"tflfcu arlitocracy " ot Europe will not arise
V? iwoteit. If It ihould t dp not know
what would occur I Something very tad,
After all that tho New Vork Krenlng Poat
and the New Vork Times have done, m mug
wumif,lorthe democracy, the Mrooktjrn Bugle
(democratic organ) ii bo unkind m to declare
that It does "not believe" that these journals
can Influence more voted than their own by
ny course of threatening." The case is made
ttranger when wcconsUer that thest- journals
cannot even Tote.
There ii talk of maklui! Wplinut U. Sew
ard, of Auburn, guTtrnor of New York Hale.
There was talk of that sort a half century
go. The William It. Seward of Io-Jht Is
the son o( tht Clortruor Seward and Secre
tary Seward, of former dajs. He was a
soldier la the I'nlon army.'and Is a succisful
and upright business man, and habltually
T0te the Republican ticket.
Our Minister I'helps has been telllne Kn
gllshotklnKinen that "we offer employment
and prosperity to all who are wilting to earn
theie blessings by work," but he says, furfhtr,
that "there Is no room in America for Idle or
worthless persons." This is usually the lact
but there are many worthy persons now In
this country who are forced to be Idle, and
the number should not be increased.
That very excellent and venerable gentle
man, the Hot. Dr. Merriik, takts the editor ot
the Deleware Gazette to task for saying that
Dr. Leonard "is noted for the vehemence and
bittcrnets with which he assaults individual
republicans and the party." The editor ot
the Gazette, who Is J eicillent and venerable
as Dr. Merrick, replies, in good temper, iuo
titij the Maryivllle Tinny as authority for the
assertion, that, in a political speech at Mag
netic Spriugs, Dr. Leonard "made the mon
strous charge" that "the rillanous republicans
had counted out the second amendment alter
It bad secured a majo'ity. ' The editor of
the Gazette pronounces this charge "utterly
baseless and unwarranted" and "reckless,"
and we do not feel called upon to denounce
him as a liar, as much as we love our brother
XOTBS a.W Ol'f.VIO.VS.
Sectional animosities will be obliterated
when the suflrage shall be as well protected
in South Carolina a in Vermont, and not be
fore. Chicago Journal.
The greatest question in American poli
tic! is not civil service reform, nor the tarifl,
nor the currency, nor monopoly. It is the
problem of si-curiae fair play and equal rights
to men of nil colors an3 all classes in this
nation, and in every part of it. Philadelphia
Ice sold at Key West, Fla., lately at 10
cents a pound.
Forty-one daily newspapers have died In
New York city within the last twenty-five
Kliztbeth Hickman, of Xenla, 111 , has a
son seventy-fjur years old, who is a great
grandfather. It is estimated that at least ten thousand
victims of gas generated by sewers alone are
slain every year in this country.
"France is a starred the boot of a Ger
man swashbuckler cannot crush it," is the
Imagery of a new Hungarian poem.
John H. Parnell. the Georgia brother of
the agitator, says tint the secret of the lat
ter's success is "a silent tongue and a watch
Ituiraloes are now bred at Goodnight, Kan.,
and buffalo c-ilve sell at fin a head vt here
once the earth shook beneath the onward
tramp of 10,000 hoofs.
A Itoston man whose gums had commenced
to thrive!, or recede, stopped the trouble by
the use of common table salt, applied to the
gum by the ball of the finger.
The death rate in Silt Lake City and the
valley is very high. The climate Is unex
celled, but there u no sewerage and the ig
norance of the laws of health are phenom
enal. lrln;e Leopold, only son of the late I'rlnce
Frederick Charles of Germany, has started
on a long tour in the east. The possession
of $4,000,000 enables him to do as be
Officers of the Chilian navy talk a great
deal about the anticipated time when tbey
may sack San Francisco, and thtir idea is
said striously to be that a project ot that kind
is quite feasible.
Should a car be run up and down the great
Washington monument it will cost the gov
ernment $0,000 a ear. The electric lights
are in and work is about to be begun on the
CAVoin oit tiik rur.
He puts aay his lines an I liouks,
For closed to blm sr. pond and i
ror closed to blm sr. putid and pool;
n lib heavy heart be lake, his bucks
Aud snail'llke creeps toscliuol
The captain of the "Champions' " club
Has alien from his high estate,
AndHusl like any other hub
Is whipped wbeu he Is late.
When a Massachusetts postmaster gets a
letter addressed to somebody, "K pan," he at
once chucks it into the mail bag for Cape
Ann. New York Tribune.
Iiartholdi modeled his statue of liberty after
the beautiful and fascinating ll:u , 0
( We will fill In these blank spaces at the
rate of $5 each cash in advance). Detroit
It is (aid that forty bee stings will kill an
adult. This iuformaiion is calculated to dis
courage an enterprising bee which It is stated
can only sting once. Hut the insect can con.
sole Itself wits the reflection that although It
may be unable to kill a man It can make him
iwear like a lurk. Norristown Herald.
"Why I" said the schoolmaster In aitooisb
ment, "cau't you read?" "No," replied the
iarmr landlord, throwing a hammer at the
hens to remind them ihtt tbey must get out
oftbecorn. "So; fict Is, I did set out to
learn to read once, but when I thought that I
should never be able to read a ten-tbouradlh
part of the stuff that Is written, I gave it up
in despair." Boston Transcript.
An Inluillnble Mummer Kssorl.
The largest majority ol health or pleure.
seeklog tourists that hare not the requisite
wealth and time to visit the mountain resorts
of Colorado or the various water resorts of
Northern Wisconsin and Minnesota, long fur
a resort mat win combine I he benefits of easy
acceu, pure air and enough natural attraction
to enterttiu and invigorate the spirit Oregon,
Ogle county, Illinois, posit sips the combine
lion in the greatest degree; on the Ilurllngton
Route, but i)0 miles from Chicago, and
reached from that point twice per , i v In less
thin four hours, with good and amide hostel.
riei; nuraben of springs gushing forth pure
and heallh-glvlng water; th" beautiful Rock
river; towering hills and massive rcckr, one
can well Imagine that all tbe popular and in
teresting resort! of tbe continent have been
merged together to be enjoyed at this delight
ful place. Detailed in ormation furnished
upon application to I'erceval Lowell, general
rwnger agent, O. II. i Q It It., Chicago, or
L. Kttlnger, general ticket igent. 0. A I.
R. R., Rocbelle, III,
There Ii more magic in one child'! Inno
cent prattle than there ii In tbe growl of a
reglaMDi of peislmUti. Whitehall Timei.
THE RACE POSTPONED.
TIIK IITKKHATHISAT, R BO ATT A
UOKa OV Kit TO lOllJT.
Tim YarlitaHureee.l In .Milking; Only Half
the Course, hut Ui Yankee sloop Kflect
uilll) Ifeinotisl rales lis Ability to Walk
Ay With the Kngllah Delegate,
(From .Morning Edition.
Niw YoiiK.rfept. ,. Owing to the lateness
of the Hart of the Initial race bitween Ihe
Genesta and the l'urltaa, aid to the lack ol
wind afterward, the yachts succeeded, todiy,
in making only half the course, or twenty
miles. In this twenty-mile beat to wind
ward, the I'urltan squarely outsailed the
Genesta one mile In ten, and nearly two
miles in twenty. A haze settled on the
bay all the morning, and there was no
wind from any quarter until nearly noon.
A hundred sail of yacht! lay in th. horse
shoe at Sandy Hook this morning, when the
judges' boat, Huckenback, arrived Irom New
York with the judges, Messrs. J. F. Tarns.
Chas. Stehblns and t'hilip Schuyler. At 9-45
o'clock a. tr. Jay Gould's steam yacht, At
lanta, passed out by the book, followed in ten
minutes by the tug Luther 0. Ward,
towing the sloop I'untan. She wai ealated
bj guns Irom nearly every steam yacht In
ine neec wnue on ner way to Scotland
lightship, the starling point. The Genesta
remained in ihe horseshoe while Wm. Krehs,
ot the New York Yacht Club, representing
the I'utitan, was put on board from the
judges' boat. She then proceeded under sail,
on me port tacu, to the lightship. The
F.nglish cutter was also saluted by the large
tlt.t ot yacht! now under way. Tbe tide
was running flood during the forenoon. Two
1. mill red and seventeen vessels of all sires and
rigs were assembled within a circle of a mile
of Scotland Lightship.
After a tedious wait of two hours after the
arrival of the contestants at the lightship,
tbe starting signal was given from the judges'
boat at 1:35 o'clock. By skillful manoeuver
ing, tbe skippers ot both yacht! brought them
close enough to the line between the judges'
loat and the light ihip on Ike port tack to
start at a few seconds alter the starting sig
nal. The Puritan slipped across first, close
up to the judges' boat, at 1.35, but for some
reason Captain Carter, of the Genesti, tacked
to starboard just before reaching It,
losing one minute and forty-two sec
onds, and being handicapped thirty-seven
seconds, thereby. She crossed at 1:37, offi
cial time. Capt. Crocker, of the Puritan,
which boat looked very handsome with her
mainsail, sprit, topsail, forestay-sall, jib and
jib topsail set, meant fight from the start. At
the moment the Genesta crossed the line,
the Puritan came about, and In thirty sec
onds bad filled away on the starboard tack,
with tbe Genesta a hundred yards on her lee
beam. The course was right in the wind's
eye S. E. A tug had started ten
minutes before to lay out the twenty miles to
windward and place a Hake buoy for the
achts to round. Cheered on by the shouts
frrru hundreds of spectators and followed by
the immense flotilla ot pleasure cralt, the two
contestants headed due east. On their first
reach, fioding that be could neither pats the
Puritan to leeward, or "out-point" him,
Cap'.ain Carter, after twenty-three mir
uUs, suddenly put the Genesta,
about to cross tho Puritan's stern,
but Capt. Crocker put bil helm down at once,
bringing the handsome white sloop round in
forty seconds later. The Genesta was full of
tricks, for round she came again in less than
a minute, followed by the Puritan again in
filty seconds. Both yachts were carrying
exactly the same canaas. Instead of gaining
by tbe little skirmish which he
Inaugurated, Capt. Carter had lost,
and tbe Puritan had gained a decided
advantage. Now the Puritan began to rip
idly open a gap between herself and the Gen
esta, and when they next tacked to tbe east
ward at 4 11 sbe was fully three-quarters of
a mile to windward of her antagonist, and
one-eighth of a mile ahead at 0:11. Both
tacked to the southward again, and now the
Genesta was over a mile on tbe
Puritan's lee quarter. At C:30, when
the judges' boat arrived at the
outer mark, it whs sundown, the wind whs
growing lighter, and the yachts being the
two miles to leeward, it was evident that the
race could not be sailed within the required
lime, a limit of seven hours. Accordicgly
the regatta committee ordered it postponed
until to-morrow, when the boats will start at
the same hour and over a similar course.
Tbe contest is thought by experienced yachts
men to be convincing proof that the Puritan
can beat the cutter under any conditions.
TMK C'l l I11.LI) IS AlUltlCil THIKTV-roL'K KAILS
Ng Yonx, Sept. 7. The cup for which
the Genista and Puritan contested is held in
this country, by virtue of the fast sailing of
the yacht America. It wai won thirty-four
years ago, and has never been recaptured by
Englisb sails. It was offered by tbe Royal
Yacht Club in 1851, during tbe great world's
fair ot that year. The race wai open to
yachU from all nations. The race, in which
the America carried off the cup, was sailed on
Aug. 22, three being eighteen entries Tin
America won by 20 minutes ahead of the best
of the other vessels, tbe Aurora.
Yesterdas's HaclliE at llrlglilnii lleaeh.
BuiHHTos linen, Sept. 7. Tbe lacei to
day were as fo.lows:
Flint race, lor maidens, 2-year-olds, mile,
Petticoat won, Velvet second, Starling third;
Second race, one mile, Joe Howell won, Joe
Murray lecond, Punka third ; time 1:45.
Third race, J mile, Little Mlnch won, King
fan second, Joe S. third, time 1 ;28).
Fourth race, 1 J miles, Tom Martin won,
Whizlg second, Sovereign Pat third: time
Fifth race, for 4-year-olds and upward, one
mile, Judge Griffith won, Santa Claus second,
Navarro third j time 1:471.
Abdicated In ravor or III. Son.
Lonijov, Sept. 7. The ameer of Bokhara
has abdicates In favor of hli son Turanl,
who Is Inimical to Russian Interest! and
friendly toward England. Rasaia has de
termined to extend her railway intern
through Bokhara, despite tbe protestation!
of Turanl. A Bokharan embasir is at pres
ent in St. Petersburg discussing tbe question
with tbe Russian mlnlilrr. The concession
tor building the railway wai obtained by
Run a from the father of Turanl, and ii In
connection with the tnnr-Caspian railway.
Ilentli of Vlco CliMOdllor Ollutou,
Albinv, Sept. ".Vice Chancellor Geo.
W. Clinton died In the cemetery, this after-
noou, oi neart unease, lie wai a ion of .
Witt Clinton, wai 78 yean old, a man ol
marked literary and scientific attainment!,
and during hli Ufa held various political and
Where Mas Ilia Mlgnl Clerk?
NANTiaKtT Biach, Mass.,0ept. 7. A bold
burglary occurred last night at tbe Ocean
View house. Thieves forced an entrance
into the building, carried tbe lafe to Ihe
beacu and blew It open, obtaining $10,000 in
cash and valuable Jewelry in addition.
feuding Uuealluu. first.
Wabhimitov, Sept. 7. It is Itated at the
White House that the preiident propose! to
disprse ot tbe pending questions before
seriously coniilering matters to be brought
to tbe notice of coogresi In bn annual meg.
Fire at Ft. Warns.
Ft. WAY.ig, lud., Sept. 7. The wareroom
of 8. B. B ith k Co., dealers Id wool, ied,
hldei, etc., burned last night; loll $20,000;
It Ites.DibUd ClioUia.
Tahrttowx, N. Y., Bept. 7. Jeremiah
HajM, 55 yean of aire, died vsLr.li .t
Sleepy Hollow, froa dUwM rmembUng
TUTESPAT EVE1OT0, SEPTEMBER 8 188B.
TIIK (IAV Ol.l, (IKIIMAN r.MI'Klttllt,
What Is this e hcarol William T
And what means this cab'a din
What this angry rry In Hptnlsh9
And commotion In lteilin ?
Has the emeror left hisrastles,
Doited his itlttsrln dls.lems,
ft hlsrolisort, fair Augusta.
And gone off aguln to Kin's r
N.i, not llils time MlvoM William
thilli hot thus his lose confine!
Ills bstidana now he's tlirlliig
At the lovely Caroline
eritj i-.. i ... fiu ii r Tmoha hlk.
The Coining Contest for the Poaltlon uf
Doorkeeper of til House
ll'ruin Mornliig Edition,
Washinutuv, Sept. U -It looks like there
would be a regular every.man's-fight for the
office of doorkeeper of the bouse of repre
sentatives when tbe caucus meets, on tbe
night ol tho first Monday In December.
About a half dozen candidates are already In
the field, thus early, and the prospects are for
many more. Of course, several men enter
every race in the reorgani.ition of cither
branch of congress, and continue to be can
didate! up to the last day or two of the cam
paign, with the sole object In view of turn
ing their influence, or pretending to, to the
strongest man, and receiving therefor a good
'ub-place; but It is probable that three or
four ol these candidates will remain in the
contest until deflated.
Among those already announced are Gen.
Field, of Georgia, ex-member ol congress,
ex-doorkeeper, and at present superintendent
of Ihe Hot sprlnirs, in Arkunias; Gen. Coil,
ot New York; Col. Bacon, of Illinois; Mr.
Donaldson, ot Tennessee, an employe of the
house folding-room. Owing to extensive ac
quaintance, a good civil and military record,
and universal popularity, it is said the first
named will lie easily elected.
Some of the bouse offices are very desira
ble, for various reasons. They pay good sal
aries, and give the ofjjcer mora ur leu proml
nence and Influence, which he generally turni
to a purpose. The office of clerk is the belt
paying in the house. It ii worth $5,100
a year. Then comes sergeant-at-armi at
$1,500, doorkeeper at $3,(100, and postmaster
at a salary ol $2,500, but with allowaucn
which make the place worth $5,000 a year, It
Is said. The office of doorkeeper, being most
easily filled and having the most place! to
dispose of nearly 300 Is most sought for.
Occasionally officers are selected solely
upon their family namos. Men come here
and circulate their names, which may be con
nected with history, in war or other ways,
and the members vote for Ihem under the
impression that tbey ate doing a patriotic
act. The republicans were sold very cleverly
In this way four yean ago, when they elected
W. P. Brownlow, of Tennessee, door
kecjier. Brownlow came here without
any introduction. He -had been a sewlng
macblue agent at home, and wai scarcely
known outside of bis county, having held no
place ol distinction. But he was a repub
lican, and his name was Brownlow. It will
lie remembered ibat Parson Brownlow, of
Tennessee, was a great patriot and unionist.
Coming froui Tennessee, it wai take? for
granted that W. P. Brownlow wai a son ot
the late parson, and he were picked up and
elected. When it was discovered that he wai
not c! tint family there was some mad re
publicans. He served his time, though, and
afterward accepted a cheap place In tbe sen
ate. Hereafter names will have, verily, little
lKSIOCHAI),t V t III It A It: rOK'HH.
A I'redli'tionThat 111,11 el ,1. Kamtiill will
be Chosen to I, -no the llnurbon Hosts.
Prom Morning Edition.
Wahiiinciton, Sept. 0. A party ot gentle
men vere standing talking in the Filth Ave
nue Hotel in New York the other day. Ben
Butler and Charlie Grovesnor were among
them. Gen. Grosvenor said, pointing to Sam
Randall, who wa si ting at the other side ot
tbe room, "That inanstaodsat thehead of the
democratic patty today and I believe he will
lie its candidate for 1888. The wire! seem
to be all working in his favor, and he baa his
hands on iLe mecbine. He represent! the
prin -iples which the administration must ad
vocate and it will not be a surprise if be ii
the administration candidate."
There Is a good deal in this statement ot
Grosvenor's. Whitney, Manning and Cleve
land are the working force of the adminis
tration. Tbey are all impregnated with the
ideas of the eait. They believe in honest
money and a judicious tarifl, and they have
little sympathy with free tiade or Inflation.
Cleveland's letter pledges himself not to run
tor a second term, and supposing hli ad
ministration ihould be a popular one his
presidential strength would h thrown to
Randall. Sam. Tilden and Randall are
working partnvs, and Tilden wilt have
great strength with the democratic party
even when his voice fails utterly and
bis palsied frame is in its coffin. For yean
the west aud the east have been gradually
separating from each other in their political
views and this especially so in tbe demo
cratic party. The neit national democratic
convention will show a itrong fight between
these two sictlons tor tbe candidate, and the
east will have to have a mighty man indeed
if it succeeds in gating the nomination. The
west has been put olf so long that It will
hardly endure longer. At present Randall ii
tbe only eastern deupjerat of any size who il
available. Torn Bayard has dwindled into a
pigmy lince he got out ol Delawari and into
the foiled Statei. DorBhelmer baa shown
himself a five-cent mugwump, and there are
no others who in any way approximate Ran
dall. Randall has friends in every congress
lonil district in the union, and as a fighting
member of the next congress he will to a cer
tain extent be the hero of hli parly. He ii a
young man, a growing man, and thongh your
correspondent does not believe that bis vision
ai lar as statesmanship is concerned will ever
be larger than r dime, still be Is a repreienta
tlve democrat, and as such has prospect! be
"A Glabh oi' Dggii" is tbe subject of the
third in tbe series of articles on great Ameri
can Industries Ibat Harper'i Mayizine ii now
printing, which ii announced lor the October
uuiuucr, sun lacn 01 inn industry are very
remarkable. It atands in, .mn,. .11 i.i.
---- - .-..- . asiMauuic eft!,! ijij UsF
triea In tbe United .State. In the amount of
cdpiiai usea. eiceeded onlbmeUlf.cottom,
woollens and wontpda Inml n,i .:,..
and its growth is shown by the lact that
ueicru iu looo me production of tbe united
Statei was something over thirteen
million barrels, in 1B85 It wai
over eighteen raillioni. The United Statei
itanda third in iti lis, n, i.u-. ...i. ...!
countries, Great Britain at the last general es
timate brewing l,0u0,000,000 gallon!, Ger
mny 000,000 000, and tbe United States
000,000,000. The census reported 2,191
breweries, emolinlmr !) '2'n ,n,,l i.
earned a-ages of $405 21 yearly an avenge
higher than in almost any other industry. Tbe
article in Harper's prouniea a complete dc
scripilon of the process of beer-making,
Irom Ihe raising ol hops to the bar
relling and bottling, and those who in-
dultfe In malt Honors will lu. Int-rst-. In it.-
many varieties of beer mentioned, Irom the
ordinary "bitter" of Eugland and "lager" of
Germany and America to the frozen beer of
Tasmania and the condensed beer manufac
tured In Switzerland lor export. The writer
points out Ibat 'lie words "ale" and "beer"
are uitd Indiscriminately In England, but
that American brewen confine tbe word beer
li ttign, the product of what Ii known as the
Under lermnlullnti t.-.-naa mnA -I. ,n !..
-- -.,.. wv-., BUM III HIS
product ol the upper f-rmentatlon proceai,
which are carried on with dillerejt kind! ot
J east and at dilferent temperatures. The arti
cle will be (ally Illustrated.
In 1880 Cluclnn.il wai very near the cen
ter of population In tbe United Stales). Now
it ii tht center of American UwIimocm and
TliE VIRGINIA CAMPAIGN.
tiik nnMociiATH xo HKHonr to
rXAUn ! OAHHt TH ItTATf.
The llepubllean. lit be Counlad Out l.ten
ArierThor Have (Islneda Victory I'ruls.
able Democratic Turtles Outlined by n
(Emm .Morning Edition
Nw Yobn, S;pt. (!.(!. a. V. I). Oroner, a
prominent republican of Virginia, Ii Hopping
al the Glliey House. Four years ego he was
a candidate lor governor of that slate. In
Ihe last republican convention, which noml
nalrd Wise (or governor, he led a itrong op
position to the methods and mea;trrs his
I party proposed to adopt. A reporter met
him this afternoon, and after considerable
difficulty obtained au interview,
"How is the canvass progressing in Vir
ginia?" "With all the zeal aid energy Imaginable
on tbe part ol the republicans, We began
the campaign In the extreme southwest of the
state and In the valley. Last week the dem
ocrats opened their gum In the eastern part
of the Hate. How long the Utile will rage
so far leparated Is hard to tell. John Wise,
Messrs. Wood, Blair, Mahone and RiddUber
gir are speaking every day and gaining ad
herents everywhere. At one lime dissatisfac
tion prevailed In the republican party. sSucli
Is not the case now. The nomination of Wise
reconciled all the factions and made the party
a unit. In tbe national election our friends
In the Southwell and In tbe valley were luke
warm, aod 10ml voted for Cleveland. Hut
in this contest we are thoroughly united
"Which party will carry the state?"
"Without doubt tbe republican party. We
have every reaion to believe that "wo can
carry the legislature by a handsome majority.
The democrat!, though, are spending large
lumi of Money to get out a straight republi
can ticket in opposition to Mahone. They
hope to caul a split, and thereby secure an
easy victory. They are destined t) utter
"Hai there been a detection In the repub
"No. A few perions who formerly acted
with the republican party and with Gen.
Wickbam have ac.ually declared openly In
favor of Gen. Lee. They simply did this
with the view of killing Mahone's influence.
It will have no effect whatever."
"What will be the tactics ol the democratic
"By their mann nvring at present and
judging from their past record, we think tbey
are preparing to resort to any measure to car
ry out their ends. They Intend to try and
count us out. Tbey have tbe machinery of
the state eovernment to back them. Vio
lence? No, why shouW they ue violence
when counting out is so much easier? We
propoae to organize a iiecUl watch to look
alter the count and lee that it is conducted
lairly. Tbe contest will be bitter. The
democrats are so antagonistic to Mahone that
they will not hesitate to defeat his influence
In the state by any means. In tl e lasl legis
lature tbe action ot the democrats clearly in
dicated bow the r intend to manipulate the
"What Issue have you?"
"We believe la maintaining tbe integrity
of a debt, and while the democrats have en
dorsed it, we feel better able to carry it out.
They only came to our views on the debt
question when they saw success depended
upon it. The material interests will pro.per
belter under a republican government. The
paramount issue is to select members to
the legislature who will elect a United States
"Why do you think the republicans will
"The apathy of the democrats ii one rea
ion. Think of It. They have waited long
and patient yean for their party to get in
power. They want office. The admlnlstra
tion ii not making cbangei fait enough. They
are greatly disappointed. Many of them
worked hard for tbe luccess of their party,
and to find that they are not rewarded makes
tbeiu disgusted. The democrats who are put
In cflice never did anything to destrve it.
These facts are no true that they hae bad a
cooling effect on the usuil democratic aidor.
If yon ever law a disgruntled set at the way
appointment! are doled out from Washington,
they are; and they will relent It, too, by lack
of enthusiasm in the future."
"How about the bip-hurrah tint General
Lee's name carries?"
"I don't think he will carry any more vote!
than any other man of the lame prominence,
especially il he came from the southwest or
the valley. A rivalry exists between tbe sec
tion!. General Lee livei in the lide-water
lection. His adherents, I confers, will be
mora enthusiastic, but ke will carry only tbe
usual democratic vote."
"What ahout that itory about Mr. Wise
shouting glass balls?"
"Oh, it amount! to nothing. He is a good
ihot and fond of sports; that is all. He will
be our next governor."
Oliver Palo Kenlly Dead.
Lonpos, Sept. 7. Nothing has come of
the Oliver Pain agitation, which is regarded
here with greater coatempt than ever as
meant only 10 embarrasi ibe English In
Egypt. The Italian mlisionny, Father
Bonomi, states at Rome that Pain died Irom
fever after leaving Ihe Mabdi's camp. He
has been beggsd by many Frenchmen to say
he law Pain asslssinated, but has declined.
A rstlllns; on In llrltlali Kiporla stud Im
port.. Loano, Sept. 7. Return! issued by the
board of trade show that tbe imports during
thi month of Auguit decreased 050,000 as
compared with those of August last year, and
that tbe exports decreased 1,310,000 as com.
pared with the corresponding month in 1884.
Wilkes and CllnsjatoneDellnltely Matched.
Pittbuuiio, Sept. 7. Harry Wllkei and
Clingstone have been matched for a race at
Homewood Perk, near this ;ity, on Saturday,
September 10, for a purse of $5,000.
BPAKKa rHOM TIIK .
J. K' Emmet's 11 nnn ,h, ... -.:.i ..u
-. . ..-.,-wv uvf, ii.iut: many
strangled to death the other day.
The Louisville A Naihvllle statement for
August lhowiearningi,$l,070,895; decrease.
The Peoria, Decatur and Evansvllle road
report! iu earning! for Auguit to have been
Suv,vou, ll lUVirSMSS Ul .
The international conference for the pro
tection of literary and artistic properly opened
at Berne, Switzerland, yesterday.
Hon. Elward A. Rolllni, president of tbe
Centennial bank, of Philadelphia, died yes
terday morning, at Hanover, N H.
A wild man was captured tbe other day on
Bald Mountain, near Wllkeibarre, Pa. He
ai uncl-othed, and bad lubalittd on berriei
Minister Pheln. In .Vi,nj t. t-t-
golden opinions by his speeches, which are
sfssni.lslai&sa1 ski. t. -a . . 1 a. . 1 a . .
""""" "'" kuuu, mougu ki nnlihed
th SS In. .IH
I"". Ml. UU-CIII,
J. M. Ivv & Co.. of Rorkhlll H n r.ll-.l
yesterday, 'their liabilities are estimated at
$200,000. The beavieit loseri are cotton
broken In New York.
A small iblny bug has taken Ihe place of
the potato bug in several counties in New
York. Farmer! tear great damage to their
potato crops on Its account.
Col. Samuel J. Tilden, Jr., has teen men
IIoumI as a democratic candid .to for secretary
of state iu New York. The place is largely
ornamental, and would, tberttorr, suit Col
Tilden very well.
Tbe commissioner of agriculture has de
termined to publish Ibe inonthlr wheat and
tu.u report!, nereaner, al noon, Instead ot 4
p. tn, as heretofore. The change Ii in torn
p lance with (ha petition ol tbe weittrn boards
Correct Fall Styles in Great Abundance.
CALL AND SEE ITS.
MAIN STREETHAHERS AND FURNISHERS
A Southern Town Wltn Two FostoMlres.
OtArUoTTg, N C, Sept. C Until a few
months ago there were two towm called
Whlttake rs in this stale, one In Ihe eastern
section and one In Cleveland county. Thli
fact was the cause ol the continual mixing up
of freight and mail, and at last It was de
cided that one of the Whitlakers
had to go. It happened that though Cleve
land county's hltlakers was In North Car
olina the postoffie was in South Carolina, on
the state line, the posloffice being on South
Carolina ground. The legislature was pet
tioned, and tbe name ot Cleveland's Whit
taken was changed to Grover, and the post
office called Grover and established In town.
This new postufiice, as well as the old one, Is
now In operation, and this Is one Instance
where a town has two postoffices. If a cltt
ren of Grover calls at tbs Grower office and
fails to get any mail he can step over to
Wlnttakers and try his luck at that office.
The offices are only 200 yards distant Irom
each other, and mail agents leave two mall
bags at one stoppage of train. This town
with two postolliccs has a population ot 2,500
people, and contains a hotel and seven stores.
Nearly all the residents lire in North Caro
lina. THE MARKETS.
New Vork Minify MfiritGt,
Naw YoBK.Scpt. 7.
Money on call easy at lal1 per oent.
Prime uievMntlte paper I itc
Kiregn exchtnge quiet at SI 61, GO das,
(ioveruiucnt tHMids dull hut strong. There
Matt bonds al exchange.
lUllway bonds wereon y moderately active
(today, total aalts only aggregating SI,'1W,0.10.
Cincinnati, O., fcpt. 7.
KMU'll-Iiull; family $1 Wal 11: fmcy
WHEVT-Easler; No. 2 red SSo.
OKN-HtHivj Nn.2inltnl tc
OATS III fair demand, No. 2 mixed 2ia27e.
llY'-'.-'-tnailt. No -1 Use.
BAIll.EY-wtrniiger; exira No. 3 fall 7c.
HI'I.IC MIATS-KIrm with fair demand,
shoulders tlfiJVC. short rib Si sv
IIACON-Slcad). alionldeia Si ?,; short rib
So i"o: hort clears. 75
WIIHKY-Nomlnalat SI tal 07.
Hl'TI'Ell-Sieiuly and firm; extra creamery,
IMVilo: fancy dairy, lualo.
I.IS'W.KD Oil. -In fair demand at J' IV.
IIO'JS-Meady common and light, U tvt i4 BO,
parking nni butohers SI 10al7."; receipts 1,'JS'i;
I'litm-Hlriing at Halite.
rllKEHE-ciulet; cholcs mild Ohio factory,
ELOUH-Qiilet and unchanged
WHEAT Opened etiong, ruin. ir of Spanish,
dermal oiuhrog In, prlcea advancing Ic,
close I S,5-' higher than .saturdiy. Heptein.
her closed ut iT1: Octonor, 7sTc. Niivemoer,
K)e Nn Vaprlng, 77'j..77Mi No. 3Bpring 67c,
.o s red.nc,c, No J r-d,77c.
CORN- OpeiitHl xtrong In sympathy with
wh at, tlni'tiiated, and dosed Va'4c, u der
l-alnrdai Cli 1iall'c; .Njptemiier closed at
ll',r, Ocloicr, 4.Mc. NuemiH r n '.c
OATS-lJulH mi dillljcash.'JI'.ai'ir, Scptein
ber clout-it iVjc; October,--' all',-; Maj, '."ic.
KYE-lJtllet No 2 ,Vh!.
M.tXSr.KD lltHvymd Inweratll IDitl If'..
Mh&S liJliK-Oieunl r,a7c hlglnr wltii
light Hading, cased oil ami rfuseil with S ,iur.
d,,)' figures: cash, SlS'sf !0, October closed
at JHM'jSlaj, NmeinberUoM'd at 8ti'aai.
I. Alt!) (Jul land llrni, 'ishideb gher, cah,
U '.'7' .hi) :i October clo.cd aisl 27', in :iu: No
vein her, to -'I1,
IIOXI.'II MKAr--.Steady, dry aaltctl should
era, 8.1 Kail la); ahnrt rib sides, iiKj'i Iffii,
short ciwir kide ,(! ISaii J".
WHISKY-Oiilel MSI 10.
1IUT1 tit Firm; crtamury, raj'c: dairy. 12
AIM KKN" JON IIO IKIi
lower. (l)ltN-,c lower.
Chicago Live stuck Market.
... .. . Chicago, Sept 7.
CATTLE Receipt., 7.000. shipments 2.4 O;
generally stionger: shipping ateera, SI OUaO 10;
Blockers and feeders SJ50mIOU.
COWH-Hullaaiid mixed 2O0a4O0: thiotigh
Texas cattle, stronger. 8J oUa3 rs); western
rangers, Hru-er, bathes and half-breeds, Sdtlci
asm: wintered Texana. SI 75.
11008-Kt-celpta, 15,msi; anlpments, 6,000;
opened strong and closed weaker rough ami
ntlxed.SI 9IM2I; packing and aMpplng.Sir
4 is), light Wrights, 81 OUal 70, skips, il 7.1a) 7'.
MIEEI. Itecclpta fi 0, shipments. 20-t:
steady, natives, SJUWI 1st, Texana, SI 75a3 4U.
New York Live Hiock Market,
NrwYukg, Hept 7,
IlhJWhS-Kecelpts, Including IS car loads
for exportation, aw tar loud , maalug 11,170
carloads for the wick, a few good prlt? e
ft erssold aally at fair prices, butalargenrrer
Itignfoommoii Hud natfteMeersa'Ml of range
rait e made a scrydu I market ler all grades
befote the finish, aud forced prices downward
full 15 cent ;pnor Ut prime, native steers, SI 25
h ,,; extra do, (W aiaO -J. Colorado steers, SI 10
a,o,.';:co.,!a".!j01 8-1 '4 ''' malnl) s.im,.
Hllbr.l'-itecelptH, 20 no head; making 47,n)
for the Meek, market closed dull and weak at
82 Mil ii f ,r roor 10 good sheep; SI iWr.0-25 for
common to fhnhelumbs, with but few lambs
Mild at about 81 75.
IHMIS-Keclpia 11,150 head, rcaking .11.I.W
head for th week; better feeling; llria at 81 Cai
New Turk Market.
,,,.. .. ,, . Nkw YoHg, hept. 7.
I l.OUIt-Dull and weak.
WHEJT-lllgher; No. 2 Chicago. Mc: No. 1
hard 'si'.a'Jl'.c, atcamcr; No. 2 red hoUc, No.
J .'",'.'!''' "" luvator; No. I white, aw
t',)".N"..Hl..1,y ""d tnoderatelv actlw; nn
graded, MaWKc; No. 2. saa-wc, elevator. 60;,
a'OHc, anoal:5in. 2 whito.njc.
..ATiBr.'A ,i$e 'ltr; mixed western, 21a
.... , n 1,1,0 UU, ill I I M7,
f0iLKi' of "''" '" "u'ro hcl,t- ,: Wheat,
r,.tr2 4iK Iim, i-n.. ,.-..
' IK7.7 L. t.ai-h 1- - K.H., ,.......
i'-u,it''i biisncis, oats,
COKKEE-Kalr; MIo easier at Bc.
HU(JAII-Hrm aud Iu lair demand, granu
17k '' mols nominal; hi dcg. lesi,
IllCE-Hteady and quiet
TAMAJW-rTt a y at .
.'.'.".Ir81"""!"! good demand, western nxc.
uucJtnged. y '""et- "'er ar"c1''
TMHWaTIKK-WrS! Ill"' I"'" 7'
T e eio'fl 6r.li., Provision & stock Eich'ge Co.
$23,000.00. Reesas f sad 10 Qrsad Opsrs Heas!
Hs-lOsI ,.., .a ..
loom " .
M Mils. pork.
io shares railroad stocks.
RatrKaV itlcu'rio-nZ V&flSSHi ttflS?! '..' 53
J. D. Smith Company
N. . Corner Main ami UiiichIoiic.
tllsnk llnnk Work and Legal Blanks a specially.
niOHASD NELSON", Cincinnati - Prcs't.
B. J. NELS01I, Springfield, Vice-Pres"t.
BENJ. E. HOPKINS, 31 Nad Bank, Treas.
ELLA NELSON, Prin. Ladies' Collego, Sce'y.
BOOK-KEEl'INO ii BUSINESS..
Dr. Frank ii. Runyan,
Moons Id BnclsliisliHm'a Unllcllssa;
over Harphy db Hro's store.
Hp.clal intuitu. 1 flvel) to the ,jrw.ervlni
Dr. T. L. JamesVDentist
Dentistry in all of its Branches.
Specialty of One fillings; restoring partial loss 0
teeth without plates, aud restoring to usetullness
souod roots and broken teeth by crowning.
110 1-2 West Main Street.
Niw Fall Styles. All the latest
H -A. TL? JS
All Hummer goods at half former
marked donn prices. Ureal deduction
iu an ucuariiiieniH.
J. Leuty's Sons,
PALACE MEAT MARKET !
Handsomest ami best equipped Dailr Most Mir.
nVlS, Lla'lnl'fW11"' . Veal Vamb
8 and 10 South Market.
McMonagle & Rogers'
JMIDDLtMeWrV. H. v.i
These extract! are know n to many, but
f any full to know tlicm, ,e say kIvo
thmi a trial ami joi.'ll UM no !,.,
1 IIPV t.tr Arral nil nt I t. ....
-..-, .-. .....,. an enters in MrciiL'tti unci
un fonnltv of quality, and the best dealers)
sell tliem here and eUewlvere.
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