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HE DAILY. CAIRO BULLS'
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. WEDNESDAY- MORNING. OCTOBER 22,, 1879.
NEW SERIES---NO, 102;
Of tlit) leading bualucsi) houm wliooo advcrtlec
mcn'.H may be round lu Tub Brum . ,
DRY GOODS. '
C. O. I'atler & Co., Commercial avenue and Nine
C ban. It. Stewart, Klylith street.
(iUOCERIKS. , ,
Cnnl I'eteri Uro.. Elclith trcet.
rati X l!lrd, WunUiuKton avunuc and Etiilitli
fire; I. '
Dr. J. II. Murean; office, 110 Commercial avenue.
Dr. W. 0. Joeelyn. Eighth near Commc-rrliu .
Dr. K. V. Wliltlock, Ml Commercial avenue.
It'jtit. Smyth, No. 00 Ohio Imeu.
II. II. ('and'.".'. No. n Ohlt levee (up Ha!r.
E'Hiital)l Life, nf New York, comer Twelfth and
j W'artiliiKtou avenue.
"Wlilown and Urpliana Mntunl Ai.l Society, Seventh
and Commercial avenue.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Llnegar ft I.KiiKden. No. 113 Commercial avenue.
OEN'E RA .COMMISSION ME RC II ANTS.
Ilttlllc'.uv I'.ron . proprietor Ewpttmi Mill,
lllnkl.-. Thltlewood ft Moore, No. 1J-. and l.T
DRrc(ilSTS-VIlOl.ESAI.E AND RETAIL.
IHrelay Bro , Olito levee ami corner Eighth and
City KltiotM. Ohio levee.
,'. Walt-r. EiKlith ctreet. .
K.ieli!' r Urof .. i oru r Eighth and W iflunrton.
Clunjilon. Three Stale.
Jebn S;iro!it.c,ruerTlftlud l.evee.
BRACKET STOICS. .
E C. l ord. Comer Ninth and Cotnmerrhl.
J.l.eo su-liil.re. Eighth Mrwt.
II. It. TIME CAM AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
THAIS Alltlivr.. TlUtS I'KTA HT
M i,;.... r'fl a m. ! V:iil :i:loa.in.
ijipre" V m. i E;re ':' .vu
. CAIRO ftVINfENNESR.R.
... 10:00 p.m. 1 M ;il a.m.
CAIRO ft SU LOl'IS R. R.
K;ire S:M p.m. I Exj-re" :i;a m
ATom'dMhm V Ci p.m. I AccmY.at:- 12 :-!. m
CHICAGO. ST. I.O'ISANDNEVORLEANSR.K
yH 5:ip.ta. ! Mail....- 5:iJ.m.
C.-A. ft T. U.' II.UOAI)
T.-xi vT' 2:V'a .ro. ! Ti-xa ei;.re- 'J :l"p :n.
C, ENEUAl. DELIVERY wa a.m.; tlo.u
1 !:vji.w,; nu!ay : h to i i.m.
I Mvuey Order Dtj.r:tucl c; en a', b a. m. ; clon-'
Tur iuih Ex" Mat' via lil'.wi' Central and
X'Mi..iipl t-L:.-i! Rjiiln.vU r at M . p. m.
C a;ro aLd Fop i-- B'"d Thruui;' w )' ,41'
tl .-e at IJ .'.' p. in.
V.- Mail via Illlnoi ( ei.tra'. f .!ro nr.d In
cei.nc at.d Mi-.".!; pi Central lul'.roid i.'' ut
'Yi f.r Narrow V-;z" Ui'.'.tw) '."' ft J
'ca':r Evisv'-. B'.v.-r Kotit. cloc.- at
in. i':v (ex. ei i'ridav).
Oi nclAL DIUECTDRY.
Mavor-N. B T!.it"iod.
Trvn.ur-r EJwurd le.'.ot :a.
CI-ik-Pi-Mi'. J. F'd. v.
I'o'.Lte'inr Woi. B OtltM rt.
Marhal-J ' Lall:;e.
I1..AIU. OP AU'Xl'.M'f . . .
Kir' Wurd-N'm. 0,Ca!l!:an. M. J- How.ev.
Her. ud Ward -David T. l.in-var. C. It. Wood-
Thir ! Wd-W. r. Wrlaht. E;-'ert Smith.
Korrth Ward-l'har.e. o rli.-r. Jaun- Kniatou
IMith Ward-T. W. llalll lay. Eri.e.i 11 IVttlt.
County Otrii'i is.
Clre-.it Jiidtfe-O. A. Darker,
l ire it l'lerk-J. A. Re-m'.
I'OU''V J'ld.'e-K. S. Ycenm.
Couu;'v Ce rk-S. 3. tlttfim.
Couotv At'ornvy--W. C. Mnlkey.
Coiii:tvTrvaurvrA. J. Aideii.
County Coiuml"!oucr - lu.i.uaj. .vi.
Brown, "vimuel Brliey.
AKHICAN M. K.-rV.urteer.tu treet. ';-t;';n
Walnut and Cedar tie-t: erUee Saldwiih 11
a. m. end ;::ki p. m.; Suudny r'-!iol 1 : p. m.
C CHRISTIAN-Elhteentli treet; meet.ns Sa
j li.;i l i: l ) p. m.; prvuhit occAH,.nallv .
MirRclI OF THE REDEEMER-(Kidcopl)
L' Ko'.irteei.th Hr.'et; Mon.ini; prayer Milihuth)
Io::W a. m.; evenly prayer, VM p.m.; sahlia'.li
rcliool : a. m.
mitST MISSIONARY BAPTIST-CI1UKCII.-T
l'r.'chlntf at a. m., ; P- lit., an,;! V'MJK '"
Salihatli achool ai i :-J p- ''
IUTIIKRAN-Thlrteentli ita-ot: n-rvlrn Sab
J Imth l :n a. ln-i Sunday n hool 'i p. m. Rev.
METHORIST-Cor. El'.-hth and Walnut' tnet;
Breadline Sulilnitli M:;;o tt. n. and . p.m.;
k-h'ool, y a. in. Her. Whlttak-r, junior
rier nieellliit, veillieoay i : p.
1Ri:sI)YTERIANKlk'htli treet: preaehlnu' nn
Sabbath nt UaW n. m. and T:'p. tn.; prayer
meettui Wedne.dav lit TiH p. m ; Sunday School
at :l p. m. Rev. II- Y. iieon;e, (undor.
CKCONI) FREE-WILL IIAPTIST - Flfteet.lli
treet. between Val nut nud Cedar atrcct; Her
Vlcea Subbatli ill i and T:-Sl p. m.
ST. JOSEPH'S -(Roman Catholic) Corner Crop
and Walnut trcet; erb'e sVihalh lil::'ia.
in.! Sunday School nt 'i p. tn-i Veper : '- m.i er
vice every day nt 8 p. m.
ST. PATHlCK'S-iHoiniut Catholic) Corner Ninth
tr.-et and WuMni'ton nveiiue; eiylce Sub
ialli and IK n. in. i Vvper p. m. i rtntiday School
p. m.; ei Ice every day lit S p. in. Rov. I. Sabel,
M.lninedforttPW Itiventlnn. or for Improvernrnt
en old l ot ei for medical or other compound, trade
mark and label. I'avenl. Almitucnt. Inter
"retice" An" hI. Hull for lnlrlnuoincni, nnd
nl c i.e. nrli m under tin) Palont Law. .ro;tip I
Iv a ten led to. Invention that have been
IlliO hJi Jil' In tnot ca!', betmtelited by
.,. ii, ,u, ni,miiii the L'. H. PiitetiT )eiartineiit.
and eiiimiiedH Patent bntne m"".' lJ
make rloaer Henrclie. Mid ecuro 1 'ntelll in r
promplly. and with broader claim, limn tho who
i ro renini" from Wuhlntrtoii. ,.ii,i, i
I M Vr L'VTl 1?! n mnl,,, nr 'k J
I IN Ji I UJlO your device) we inalio vx-
ntnltintlonnndadvlnna to putentablllly, tree ol
rlinmn. mi i'oi'N!poiuioiico wncuy ,.oimu.-i...u,,
Kiiin. tote, mill fin eliilri.il until. l'll'UUl l-l'CUru(l
Wo refer lii WiiHhiiitfton,1 to liuii lotntiiKtT
(lelieral It. V. Key. Rev.V, D.Power. T hit tieitnatl
n-iiirleiiii Natlonnl IliinU. In nilli'lall 111 lllll lT. S,
li. noil Oltlee. niul til Meiinln. nnd l(eiireetltutlve
In l' 'imret and upcclully tootir cllenl In very
Hiaitl ill it"' i iiion anil in i annua. Auure-;
Oppoilto t'atont )ftlci', Wiinhlnaton l), C,
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
k PQQWfiIi,T? TRAINS LEAVE AND
- I .lOOriUrjJl ARRIVE DAILY.
ST. LOUIS VIA. CAIRO SHORT LINE,
without chatijjiiis: car. The direct route to
And all EASTERN POINTS,
Ami all NORTHERN POINTS.
Train leave and arrive at Cairo n follon:
Expre. daily except Sunday p.m.
Mail, daily I:' a.m.
Mall, dally except Sunday
JAME JOHNSON. JOHN H. JONES,
lii-neral Snu A'.'t I'u-.M.'."T A.'
(JAIRO A: ST. LOUIS R. R.
IT. '. SMITIIKHS. Hoot-Tver.
siioi:ti:st shout uxe pktwekx
cairo and st. louis.
Tt.rn"ifh Espre leave Cairo . a.m.
Through ExpreM arrive at K. St. I.or.i.. fi:iJp.t:i.
'i'hrou'.'i Exprf N ave K. St. Loui.... K:ii.m.
Tliri)';!! Expra arrive at Cairo !:!iip.ci.
Murphy iioruKCi'otumudalicin leaw Cairol j 'J. p.m.
.Mu'phy.tioro Aec. nrrivi-. at Murphyl)oro 8M.' p.m.
.Miir!;vhiro Arc. leave Mui'phyboro. .. 4:1.ta.i:i.
Murpl.yloro Acc. arrive at Cairo Id 45a.t:i.
The Cairo ic S' I.nui Kail Itoad I the only nil
Hail Rout-; i,,.tMVl.n Cairo and M. Lot',1 under one
ciar.at'i-tner.t. tlnrelnre there are no den nt
v.v ktulDUi awai'in; ennuertion fr"m otlier line.
I li'ie M.d cr.re cir'ine:iinr at St. Loui with other
line for North, Eat and Vrt.
J. A. NAl'GLE.
CAIRO it VIXCKNNES It. II.
j it i f - - i i
11 Mil V THE SHORTEST ROUTE TO
I AT 1 1 I'sl THE SHORTEST TO LOl'IS.
tt Jl I IjJO VILI.E. CINCINNATI, BAL
TIMORE AND WASHINGTON.
'H ATI! "LV THE SHORTEST TO INDIAN
fit jliijrjO AI'OLlS.I'illl.ADKI.l'lHA.NEW
YORK AND BOSTON
SIX HOURS SAVED
Over tnli: of a'l other rnnte riakln? the atne
IV" I'aMer.cr ly other route' to make conuec-
tlt.n man ri !e all tilirlit. wattlni; rnoiourtnut
hour at Muall country station lur train of cun
T V1 LUTIil-'PTHE I-'A( Tntid i nke our -1:
li I.'l IUIJ a n, triiiii. reaehlna Evan
iile. I'i(iisi;!ili, tndiiuati and Litit!le nme
day. Tiain leave and arrive at Cairo a follow:
Mall leave :l.ia.m.
.Mall arrive. U:lip.ui.
Thnei,-li tick-.-t and check trt all important
K.' A MILLER RosAVELL MILLER.
Gen'l Pa. Arept. Oeneral Sup'
L. B. CHUlit II. PaenRer Ap'tit.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dcriler in Ice.
ICE T.Y THE CAR I.OA D OR TON, "ELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
C7nv Loads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street anil Levee,
jl - a w lililv tn your own inwn, aim no
Lii I I capital rli;cd. m can jrivo the
4 I I lni-liieM a trial without expense.
iN I The bet opportunity ever offered for
til) t willing to work. You Miould
TT , . 1. , , uluf, till i'lill Km, ,'. If l-MII..
elf what von can do at tin- btilnc we offer. No
room to explain here. Yon can devote all your
II 11, IIIHIIIIIU.. . ....J-... -j.-
lime or Oliiy votiF pari' 111110 111 uie ouruiepf, nuu
nniko irrent jiav lor every hour that you work.
Women make a much a men. Send for pcelul
iirlvnte term nnd iiiirtlculnr, which we mail tree.
feltotittlt free, Jion't complain of bard lime while
vim have ui ii a clninco. Addrcf II. I1AI.LETT
CO., Portland, Dulne.
FLOUR. GRAIN AXD HAY
Hlffhcst Cash Price Paid for Wheat.'
THE WORKINOMAN'S FRIEND.
In thcHcdavi of political trickery, a true friend
in the time of need, li a friend Indeed; and tucli
a friend is
Dr. WJI. HALL'S
IULSAM for the LUNGS
It U a urc cure lor
CONSUMPTION. COUGHS, COLDS. ASTHMA
and all dicae of the Lun, CLest and Throat
ThJ well kuowu remedy !iti been ued for
thirty year and ha cured thouand of case,
many of which were given up aa hoplenn.
No cae, however ohninate, cau relt the
healini: propertied of Dr. Wni. Hall' Ba!am for
the Lung. Trial bottle will ho furnlhed Rrat
tultouly to all w ho are nlllcted with Ludc and
WHenietnher that It 1 th't periteut line Of
the Lialam that cures tnewort cae.
JOHN F. HENRY, CUTU'AN & CO.,
8 COLLEGE PLACE, NEW" YORK.
vl) BARCLAY BROS. Wholesale Asjent.
Liver & Stomach Pads,
THE GREAT Sl'ECTFIC:
THE PEST REMEDY
IN THE WORLD I
Ha proved Hdf ty s Three Year Campaign ot
ovsn ai i.
Liver. Stomach ami Bowels,
u portion of wonderful and
Tl.an any other Kenvdy lu'for-.- the f uMlc.
A PREVENTATIVE Ol' ALL EPIDEMICS
Yellow fever, Billion and Typhoid Fever.
ALL MALARIAL AND MIASMATIC POISON'S
Neutralized. Eliminated and expe.ied thruiieh
the ua.utui vxcretiotir lv
Icaltli Tii'storiiiL' Liver i Stmuacli Tads
An antidote that ha proven It repeilai t force
to exj'el Aimiplierie ierm oi iieae
thiit infeft the air.
An Antidote and '.neventative and cure fer Chil
dren, summer Complaint. Cholera Infantum, Scat
U t Fever. Mea'.e. Wlioopiue CniiKh. etc.
A preventative that I hi.-lily Kppreeiat-.-a by quite
number of mother who have tried them,
r- Forbet' Pad are made from GENUINE MED
IAL EXTRACTS. ioviui; the lust aborlwat
properties known to science. uaviUi.' a uireci ap;ni-
alnoi In I n removal ol woroiu 'rL'inc coimiiioui-
unit res-tnrni!! to neaitn. nuiurai rnerey ami normni
a- tlvitv t In- vital function which are weakened and
debilitated by dieae. tlm lirovini: theince'.ve to
p(-ea PO ERr I I. lih.M VA lor nil Oueav
i tile. J.IVer. sioumcn nnu ionci. ss iiumiiiuu
an leftllv mnu practical experb-nee.
N. 11. -X the urie-j of the Pad ha been reduced.
it mak." it tae ehi-apect and mo-t e.inveiiietit midi-
ation you caa tin- lor any ol tne aoove :eae.
ONLY ONE DOLLAR ! .
OXLV OXE DOLLAR ! '
If after a fair trial you are d!'a:i:iert, e::d barU
yourPad to the proprietor, and the
MONEY WILL RE REFUNDED.
l?"For all advli".' O'ltKi.) end symptom and en
(iariiN, (also for inxlc Pa is) to
in;. i. . ruling,
K4 W. 4th St.. Cincinnati.
111 be fold by all dru:;i;'.t.
WW. Fourth St.. CINCINNATI.
HfSw cert'illeate in law circular at drugstore
Vnf Salp liv GEO. E. 0'IIAEA. Druir-
U'ist, Cairo, ills.
JX r r A A MONTH enurnnteed.
ili Iduvat home made by the
V "vl II lirioti. Cniillal not re,
S f 7 wi v'"' H""'1 -Vi,u- tul1' v
til) bov nnd u-irl make mon
A MONTH enurnnteed. $VJ a
ter nt work lor ns limn at anv-
thine cle. The work Is lU'lit nud pteiu-aut. and
ncli 11 anv one enn eo rlitht nt. Those who are
wiw who see notice will end tl their adilree at
once and ee for tliemehe Co'ly Cnttlt and
term free. Now I the time. Thoo already at
work are liiyinenp larce uni of money. Adure
I Id is ,v iu rtiii;uiii, .nuiue.
WHOLESALE WIN IIS AND LIQUORS
Wliolopate oiid IMall Dealers la
Foreign ami Domestic Liquors
Wines of all Kinds,
NO. CO OHIO LEVEE.
MESSUS. 8MYTH CO. hnvo constant'.)'
ftoi'k of tin1 livxt coi'il lu Hip nmrUi't ana ifive
yccliil internum tn tlie wliolujuk bwucu ci i
TOJtTOO A YEA, or $1 to
'.M mlny lu votir o i wamy
n rl.lt Wollll'tl 1!')
tin mon. Mmiv mo
Hum tlm iitr.omit tutt.l
., I. V.-v mm I'lill . flltl tO
miKomnnpy fiint. Ativ one enn doth '0''
i'iitiiimki!riiimMolo$'.'nii limir I))' di'votlts your
evening iiiiiUpnru time to tbu biisnii'"' li
noihliiu to try tho 1uihIiii'k. Nottilni! oko .
money nmliliiu I'verollVrod ln-foro. ttiliic l''v
iita mid nlrlctly honoriibli'. Howler. If )' wn t
know nil itiiout iiiu bent imylnc liimltio borore tao
tnilillc, ni'tid tm your ii(Mr.' niwl l J'.01'
t Viirtlciilnm nttd irlv.ito term free; mU'
worth 5 lKUrri'; ynn cnti then n'',1' ".tJlVif
nilml forvmiri?!r. Artdn-M UKOHUli bTlNtJOJN
CO, I'otlliinil. .Miiluo.
Say a Iloton physician, "ha no equal a a blood
iiirini-r. tieurtni; or It many wonuerrtll cure ai
er all other remedle had fulled. I vlited the lab-
ratory, and convinced inynulf of it genuine merit.
It I prepared from bark, root and herb, each of
which 1 highly effective, and they aro compounded
in turn a manner a to produce atonlhing retnlla.
I the great blood purlUer.
Will cure the worst cae of Scrofula.
If recommended by phyelclana and apothecarici.
Ha effected lorae marvc'.ouu euro In caei cf
Cure Uie wort cc of Canker.
Meet with wonderful acce in Jlercarial dleasei
WEI eradicate Suit Rhe.im frora tlse y'.CT..J
Removes Pimple and Humors from t tic f icc.
Care Cor.t!pat!on and ren'.ati t!ie howe'.
I a valuable remedy for IKadai-li.'.
Will enre Oypep:a.
Kejtore the cntir? pystem to a hca::!:y ccr. J'.t'.on.
Remove the cau? of DizitK"
Relieve Fair.!r.cs at t!ic ftonia.-h.
Cure Pain In the Dai!;.
EiTectua!'.)' cures Kidney Complaint.
I effective In It c.-.ri' of Female WciUncssc.
Is'.he nr'e.tt renesy for G.'Ceral ?e')!li'.y .
f V.'.T. ES?
II. R. STEVENS, BOSTO: 3IASS.
Vtffotine is v5old By all Di'iiyUts,
PHVSICIAys. CLERGYMEN AND THE
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
TT'TTV 1TT T V! f1" Terr lnin nttccfod
11 11 O J lljli-j..ainroii'.Miii!ikM:itln.'o
I'l lit: 6s IC Iv HE APACI!
i l. the fn-roti'for' nr.-
ui.iuNtic e.'ialic. c of a
iron st lion ins. I'll rjntivc
u:u tl 1 ur!fy:!:i lome.
Their t!rl niifiiretit of-
cm: Dvs I'Ei-jiA
:'ei-.t U to liii'D'ano tlitt ap
I'Ctlio by caiflnit the
ood to properly ulnil.
late. 'ITi:'. tlie"vjteni U
loitrlthod, and by their
of.le action on tho dljje
Ivo oruaiiK. regular nud
lea'.thv I'vactiatlocs arc
'l nei ran at tr ua
which tho pewon ttiko
I'VKK raVElttind Ati'
m neli w.ille under tiie
mluenccof these pill,
ml'i'atc their adapta
illily tonotirUli tho boil
., heucfl tlietrullUvicy lu
uriuK tiervuiiK debility,
I I'li E HILIUVS C-AM
wsKtlnw of tli milHclo
.Itisrilitlilio of the liver,
l'uro KIDNEY Complaint.
uiliurt Inii ti- lilt h aud
t-eiiith to tl.f ytem.
Sold every here.
CVKE TOHPID I.1VE1
M Vtirmv Street,
IM I'AKT AlTimTtt
UEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IK TIIK CtTV
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
Cor. Nineteenth street and j.
Commercial Av.,.;' li
;: Cairo, 111.
o. 6. iaTieR & CO.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
LiVEurooL, October 21, 3 p. M. Wheat
dull Winter, lis OJIU . 10J;
Spring, llsll3 21; California lis
12s; California club, lis 10il12s
Oil ; Corn old .s.
KEW YORK OKAIN'.
New York, October 21, 12:07 p. m.-
Whcat unsettled No. 2 Chicago, $1 37-
ICS; No. 2, Milwaukee ft'37l S8;
Red Winter, $1 401 49; No. 2 Red
Winter, 14$; No. 2 Amber, 143;
Cora No. 2, C2J.
CHICAGO GRAIN A.VD PUOOCCE.
CincAoo, October 21, 12 m.
Com November, October, 4.
Pork-October, $10 87.
Oats November, 32;
314; May, 30tf.
Cine.vr.o, October, 21. 10 a. m,
Wieat Novoml-er, $1 17 ?a
Corn November, 42 Y May, 44,V.
Oats, November, 30,.
Pork -November.$9 2V
NIXETEr.X NEW CASES AM) SEVEN DEATH
Memi'hi, Tenn.. Oct. 20. The much pre
dicted frost has not yet arrived, although
the conditions have beer., up to 3 o'clock
this afternoon, eminently favorable for it.
Thermometers last night fell to 44 degrees
above zero. Four degrees below that point,
with a perfectly still atmosphere and a clear
sky, will produce frost, but there was a gale
last night, and an alternate cloudiness and
clear eky prevented the advent of the con
riuering hero. The indications are now
more favorable for rain.
Reports from all sources indicate another
increase in the number ol new cases, aggre
gating 19, including fourteen whites.
The rescinding cf rule No. C, which was
done by the state board cf health to-day
has put the cotton dealers all in good Hu
mor. Hundreds of cotton pickers crowded
the o'.Tice of the state quarantine this mom
iug ull wanting passes to go to the country
to pick, They are generally given, and soon
the planter will have a surplus of that char
acter of labor on lismK
Mrs. Mary .1. Wade died ot fever this
morning at Forrest City, Ark. There are
nine people now sick in that city A tele
gram was received from Washington author
izing the employment of a suflieii iit force
to picket roads leading into the town. After
this date no one will be allowed to enter or
leave that place without a special permit.
A Qt'EEii heap-paxthymas, The Jesse
lloyt, a famous New York steamboat, used
to have forhiad-pantrymau a bent and crip
pled darkey, whose face was as full of
humor as his form was of kinks ami knobs.
His name was Robert Smith, nud his malady
was chronic rheumatism. He tried Giles'
Liniment Iodide Ammonia for a week of
the present winter, and next season intends
to astonish his old acquaintances on the
Hoyt by his appearance as a sound man.
Giles' Pills cures Erysipelas. Sold by all
dVusrgists. Send for pamphlet. Dr. Giles,
120 West Headway, '. V. Barclay Dros.i
Agents. Trial size 2.") cents.
HOW HAYES TAKES CAlfH OF HIS
New York Sun.
How narrowly lhycs escaped defeat in
Ohia iu l!70 is still known to comparntively
lew, nnd the exact means of his galvatiou
have never before been made public. A
stalwart Republican, who is now thoroughly
disgusted with Hayes but who took un
active part in tnanageiug his canvass iu
USTO, tells the- following incident of that
"In 1 Hayes ran for governor ngainst
William Allen. Much mouey watt Used in
the campaign, and large drafts were made
upon the party in othes States. Huyes had
just come into possession ot a fortune of
.me 100,000, or If 150,00(1, and a handsome
contribution was expected from him. He
subscribed $1000. He piid 100 down,
and said he would pay the balance after
wards. Hayes didn't say anythiug about
tiie matter during the campaign, and the
Republicans pulled through without dunn
ing him for the balance, .
"In 1870. when nil tho States had their
elections to look out for, and tho politicians
had need of their funds at homo, tho Ohio
campaign committee became desperately
short of funds. Assessments were ex
hausted, and the leading men in tho party
had contributed all they could afford.
Hayes was running for the Presidency, and
those who had not had dealings with him
tho previous year expected every day a big
coiitributiou$S3,K)0, at least. Chairman
Wikoff, of the Republican State committee,
felt bound by a sense of delicacy to refrain
from asking" Hayes for this contribution,
but hi" at last ventured to hint that tho
campaign fund was exhausted and that tho
Stato was in danger. Hayes was evidently
concerned about tho result. A day or two
atterwards ho called upon General Wikoff
to talk over tli question of finances. 'By
tho wuy,"saidho, as tho desperate situation
was laid before him, Mid I over you
the bahtneo of my subscription last year?'.
.No,'Mtd Wikoff.., 'Thc-rff M a balance
or'food.' ' ' . " . ' .
'I'll pay it now then," said Ilayes, nnd
he wrote a check tor tho amount.
'That was the total amount," added the
gentleman who tells tho story, of Ilayea'
contribution in tho presidential campaign
of 1370." A few days attcrward General
Wikotfgot a telegram from Don Cameron,
of Pennsylvania, requesting Ooueral Wikoff
to meet him nt a railroad station on tho
route that lie vas taking in passing through
"What is tho outlook here?" Cameron in
quired anxiously as ho saw General Wikuff.
General WikorTexpressod Ids fears as to tho
result, and Mr. Cameron at once demanded
the cause for this coudition of things.
Wikoff gave what scemod to Cameron in
adequate causes. "Aren't you out of
money?" Cameron demanded bluntly.
Wikoff confessed that such was tho tact. -
"How much lias Hayes given you?" was
the next question. Wikoffs answer is said
to have excited the Pennsylvanian to a high
pitch of disgust and mticli emphatic lan
guage. "But after all," said Cameron, "it'a
necessary that we should put Hayes through
any how, and tho money must be raised.
I have given 20,000 in Pennsylvania," ho
continued, "but III try and do something
for you here."
A day or two later fhfl JPtatc Committee
got Don Cameron's check for 10,000, and
ilayes carried Unto.
"And the absurdest thing of all." said
layea' whilom friend, "is that Hayes now
actually thinks tie stands a chanco of re
nomination. Why, that's what he made
that v estern trip for, nnd tt was for that no
spouted all that srtft-headed talk to the
farmers. He really bellevy he Is popular,
and that in the scramble between Sher
man, Blaine, and the res he is likely to bo
taken up again. lie wants the office for
the money there Is in it. .He saves two
thirds of the salary and puts it away. Ila
the most economical man that every . held
the office. I don't believo he could get
three vctes, sir not three vote3 m cur
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