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THE DAILY (JAliiO HULLETIN; THURSDAY MOKNING, AUGUST 7, 1884.
o Queen of tho Turf Arrives a1 j
Saratoga and Entertains
j INew Way of Estimating tho Value ol
Horseflesh A Dollar for Every
Hair in Her Tail and Mane.
Viler Foimcr Owner Says She Can Gt
I in 2:oS Other Sporting
k S uuTOii.i, N. V., Augu.st C.-Mr.J.l
fit'asc, owuer, of Jay-Kye-Sc, reaelieo
Hire last night. Mr. Vaudeiljllt, uwnei
... v.. -I. ...to tliij
k .uaud ;., itn ior -e ....
norniiig before .Mr. Case Lud art "on
I'hls circumstance has, with the assist
ice of the Wall street men, politicians
;id prominent vlMtors here, furnished
Cunuseuieut to the town, and it Is. do-
glared on all hands that if tho trotting
hvoiidcrs can nut come together the own-
"I am on niy way to Buffalo," saici
yfr. Case, later. "Jay-Kye-See and l'hal
ras arc at the Driving Park there, or will
fne by the latter part of the week. J
i-diould like to tee Mr. Yauderbilt. Un
tias entirely misconstrued the general
kehallengc which I Issued to trot Jay-Kye-
See against any horse in the world for
I,0iio. It is true I stated therein
that I would trot him trial heats
against time, but 1 (lid that
to cover all cases. I did not Intend to
throw down the gauntlet particularly to
.Maud i. or her owner, or .Mr. Uouncr
land his horses, and 1 regret exceedingly
that he should have taken any offense. I
want to explain this to him, but I will
not now have an opportunity to do so, as
I ro right on to Buffalo. Jay-Kye-See
will appear a few times more this season.
'My share of receipts at Narragausett
il'ark wa $1,000."
Maud S. arrived this morning. Mr.
Uair, who Is ill, did not come with her,
but went on to New York. The famous
mare held quite a reception
AT vanuukmlt'.s ST.UnXS,
'taking hor breakfast and sponge-bath
wholly undisturbed by the throngs who
were drawn by curiosity to see the (pie'cn
of the turf. "She was never in better
condition," said the traiuer, "a railway
journey doesn't bother her a bit."
'She looks like a plough-horse," said
a bvstandcr, "with such a long main and
"Well," rejoined another, "alie's worth
as many dollars as there are hair.? in her
mane and tail."
maid s'rf iOiiMi.i: ow.i:i:.
Cincixxati, 0., August ;. Captaia
(leorne V. Stone, who sold .Maud S. to
Mr. Vanderbilt, returned from Cleveland,
it., to-day, where ho saw the mare lower
her record on Saturday. To a reporter
her said: "Everything was against the
mare. In the first place she had not done
any work since July -'1, wh n she trotted
two mile heat'1, making each in 2:12 1-J.
in the second place the track was soizzy
in places. 1 did nut lee! at all sure ttiat
she would make uuu.-uaily fast time,
and her performance on the track was
a surprise to others as well as my
self." "Do you think she can beat 2:01' 0-3?"
"1 know she can," was thy quick re
ply. "With every condition favorable
she can get down to J;Ud, and inivbe
"Will she be speeded ou the truck
"1 don't know. Maybe she will some
time." "How much truth is there in the story
telegraphed over the country that Hair
gt l,iio'j lor beating h-r record'''
"There is not a word of truth in it. 1
know that positively, because Mr. Van
derbilt transacts all busiuess pertaining
to the mare through me."
S.u:aioi,a, N. Y., August 0. The
weather is clear and warm, but the track
is in poor condition as the result of yes
terday's rain. There is a good attend
ance and a fair day's sport is looked for.
First Lace For -?.n; distaueeO-1 mile:
Won by Cardinal McCloskey; Musk,
second; Empress, third. Time, 1 :L"J.
Monmou'.ti Park Races.
Nkw Y.i;K, Au.'ust ;. The promise
l good sport at Monmouth l'atk yester
day was carried out to the letter, despite
the most unseasonable weather. The
track was deep in mud, but the six events
were well contested.
. ft t- i
nisi i.ace rree Handicap sweep.
stake, one mile: l'riain, tir.it; (ireenlaud,
second; (oiccn Ksther, third, Time,
S.coud lUee The Camden Stakes for
two-year-olds, three-quarter-mile: Gren
adier, first; l'ardee, second ; Unrest,
third. Time, lis l-t.
Third Lace The l'assuic stakes, three-
quarters mile: Aratua, first; Little
.Milieu, second; Luckstoue, third. Time.
Fourth Lace Free handicap sweep
stake, I 3-10 miles: Girotla, first ; Mar
madiike, second; Kiluienv, third. Time,
1 -.fill Lace Five furlongs: (Hideaway,
first; Swift, second: Iota", third. Time,
Sixth Lace Handicap steeplechase,
over the short course: Trombone, llrst;
Aurelian, second ; Jesse James, third.
Time, 3:30 1-J.
The Chicago Kuces-A Serious Accident.
CiiP.Ain), Ii i. , Augu-t 0. An uufor
tuuate accident occurred in ths last race
ut the Driving Pari yesterday. The horse
l'aul, ridden by Sedgeley, fell ju.,t before
entering the hoiue-stretch, with the jockey
underneath him. Sedgeley was severely
injured, and his recovery Is doubtlul.
First Uace Handicap for all ug3, one
mile: La Hell N. won; Cciitcrvhle, sec
ond; Kioba, third. Time, 1 Al 3-4.
Second luicc ine V. est Side stakes, a
handicap for three-year-olds, one and
one-sixteenth miles: Harry Cru won;
AiHe, second; lierliu, third. Time,
1 :4'J 1-2.
Third Face For beaten horse, three
quarters of a mile: Kvak won; Welling
ton, second; N'ora M., third. Time,
Fourth Kacc Selling race, one and
one-eighth miles: Mart Corham won;
Hyder A bad, second: Springer, third.
it.w: hall l'.ntviTiEs.
Score of GarU'is Played ou Tuesday,
Chicago, LI. Cleveland, i"; Chica
IiulianapolU, Ind. Indianapolis, Hj
Washington, D. C iia'tiiuore I'nioiis,
S ; National I'nlons, 3.
Louisville, Ky.I.ouisy tiles, tl; Cin
(lames at New York, Philadelphia and
Detroit were prevented by ralu.
St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis Union, 8;
Cincinnati I'tiioiis, 0.
(utncy, IH.-qulneys, 5; Minneap
Kansas City, Mo. Kansas City Union.,
Sj Chicago Unions, 7.
T11K SC'Ot lKli: AliA'l
Miisi:ii.i.i:s, August Only tares
deaths from cholera last night.
Mi .MuKi: Co I' I' li' Kl'Al'.
I'.iitis, August (I. The Congress of the
tw o houses of the French l'arliaiiiont, as
sembled at Versailles, met again to-day.
A resolution to include in the bill for the
revision of the Constitution a cause- ex
cluding all members of the French
dynasties from holding theoilieeof Presi
dent of the K' publlc was unanimously
n:ri: nn.i.s KKri UM ii.
1H m.ix, August (I. True bills were
returned against Cornwall, of tho Dublin
l'ost-ollicej Secretary James Kills, a
French detective, and Dr. Fernandez,
of the Coldstream (luards, charging
them with unnatural crimes.
A Forger Jailed.
JiiLi.Miuuo, In.., August t;. James A.
Collins, of Litchtleld, was brought hero
yesterday and 1 nlged in jail, chuged
with forgery and larceny, lie Is said tj
be an old an J desperate criminal.
Serjeant Jwe:i's R-ruaina.
Coxchkk, N. II., August The re
mains of Sergeant Jewell, w ho died lu the
arms of Lieutenant Greely, passed here
yesterday for Lisbon, where they will be
Whisky Daalers Conn to Grief.
Ln isvii.u:, Kv., August il. J. W.
Lyots & Co., whisky in .rchants, made an
assignment yesterday for the benefit of
their creditors. Liabilities, SJOJOO, as.
Grain and Provisions.
"F.I)Ni:s)AY, August tl, lis -I.
Cottos Sternly; iiimI-llinir. IU1 -'ill l5o.
1'LOrn Slewly; .V lo Clioiee, tl H Pit.iJ;
W 111.AT W'ciiker; No. !.' Ke-il, yVl'ic foi
new; No. U lle l, new, lii''i.Tsc.
Cuu.-st -iid.v: No. iiuxud, 47 j'',i'.i:4e; Xj.
2 wUite mi.e l. itp j'-ioTe.
Oats Higher: No. i. "Jilli'io.
Hvt Lower; No. 2. "s .tW3.
Toiiai:co r irm: iul's; eoininou to ehmrp
tii.W'MMM: leaf; common rel leaf, 7
Ju.ou: lnfliiuit lo (food 'i.u il7.'i.
Hay Prairm fllM.A) tor prime to fancy
n'.-w; clover mix"'t, lur toiniiiou it
prime: old timothy, t l.'i.OOtC t'i.ou for niime lo
"jri't cdins" clioiee new, zl.'r ',l-..
licr rtii Firmer: clioiee to luney ci eninery
tvSim: dairy, clioiee to laney, Ji'ile: low
h. i.s Dull; can lied, lu'ic; shippers' marks,
'OTATOKS Illlll, Rl ?'!A'U! per lillslll-i.
i'ultK l.Hiift ; new mess, Ho.". " y.JT. -'.
Lako Stonily; prime' steam. T'(.T:de.
Hacun J.0111.M. WV'ti'.i'jC; shorts, V&I0.-;
Clear vilis, s 'l.'-' Uc.
W oon Tno-w.ished. elio:oo, .X: fair,
27'i-He; dimry ami low U4 I'nw.isle"!
L'lioico medium, uu'ie; irood avfrao mediu n
l''!.,i)e; M.'looiod liiflit tine IT'ilJe; (.'no 1 u.--erim'i.',
JiV'tlTc; heavy llr'il.le; eoniliitr.'. 'i
ijio-Hi, ii-M'-'le: comliinir, low L'raies, l.'i civ.
HliiKS Uuii't: dry Uiol. Pie: tla'naip-l,
Vic: Onus or sta-rs, 1'Je; ury Mitel,
le: dry salted, dam. me 1, l'le: km aril
eulf, 6 i!ti'!l. s ,c; uainu.'ed, (i :4c; Lnu.s an I
slab's, i'4e; green, uneured, 7 je; damaged,
shi:f.p 1'ki.ts Weak; (rreon, TDo; dry
do, w-tTOe., us to amount un I qua Ityof wo n;
(rreeu sheariin js, 10c; dry do, loiUio; lama
Wiikat Weaker: No. :.' Led. Amni-t,
!4c; Seiitemlior, !4,i'; ' lotolior, I'ii:;
November. :'T ; Iieeemli.T, je.
( 'ohm W'e iker; Ausriisi, K'',e: S(;pc!iiImt,
K'e: ' letober, !0e; November, lil .; Ileeein
(iats stronger; AmriHt. .'m!ko: Soptember,
llf-je: ( letober, le; Noveml'er, iVt:
Wiikat Weaker; Amrust, ''c; Set
ti'inlier, sl 'je; UetoOer, i S.c; No . em
i.oiin Weaker; AuifiMI, rl',c; Soitmi!iT,
. ,e; iflober, jl'e; November, il c ; year,
i- .e; May, 4le
i iats I inner; August, I'Te; Scjite ub T,
W'.e; year, :.''e.
I'okk Ai.tru-t, year, $l-.'i(f
I. Ami Hi.'lier; Au.ru-r, fT.'ii; Seji
teiiil.fr. f7.i.D; (lelolier, $7.X
Mionr Unis Ami-iist, fs.s.-,; Sepiemlie;',
f-."7 .; l.ietolier, ?-.".".
Live Stock Mark i'.t.
( UK Alio.
H'Mis-KeeoiiiK. 11,'no; mii.e aid firm;
lio? t.'ie liij-'lirr: liirht,i.i..'eo;.ij.',; i ihil'Ii nicking,
&,.:! :.::; In-uy paoklinr aiel chippi'iff,
t.i.;: vi l i
('Ani.K Kecelpts. -Until; si.omr: eiorm,
ti..)''il.,.i; iion'i to eliniee, tii.ini o'i.'iil; emu
imin to fair, t I .ViiV'i.7.1: 'I'evam. s I :'.: 4. In.
soil.ia'-lti'ee'.iiN, l.ixjn; steady; O'iMimoii to
Kin"!. t'.2W. 0; elioire tn extra $ I.1 o-i I."'.
m 1 KAl.H
i'atti.i:-M..r .et llfin iitel uele; ovlru
stei rs. sVl.l.Vii i.fi; I ;ni- to ioo-l unlive ship
nmr sieers. vi. (,.;.ii: ii)..t t,, mo Mum
sli-ers, sl.s.V-'.'i.lii: r-Hid liiiti-hi-i-s', ?l.(ii !,.',.im;
eommoii, ta.'ii", l.'n; i-rneli-. T-v. JI.'o
4.im; irias-i '!' xans, j :..' i.-c t . tu ; mlwi ImU'li-cr-',
eiiiiiriioii In choice, S i. -i 1 4 ;ri; -tneki-rs,
?-l.:i'-.I.V.: li e l.-i-s, .l-,.4 'i.
SHi I I -M.uki-1 ihill iiml di-iKieiu.': inedi-
II 111, s.i.s , M In; fiio-l to ehoiie, s, l. I. mi.
II n. - A 'I'M- en I loner: ynii'l In e.vtni
1 iirkt'is I hi I cm -I s . I"' ' i. .v 1 1" li irr i-s
er-. 'i. in :,:,; jroiel iiH-'lieni-, fii.li fii.L'.'.;
1 i.'s. ; i.u.1 ,.
ka.ss vs crrv.
I ITI.l;-lt--eei.s. rin h,,.
Iii.-lier; nn'ivi- s:e r ,-'i tu l,.iii) imiiieU
im i.uo. s.'.ii I-"., .il. tin. ' il to I, I'M pounds
iiM'i'u", I.ioi."i.:'i; st ekei's, .sl.'ll tl.-'id;
cows. ;.! ;.oi; xu- si,.,.,-, ii o 1 urn uiel
e'liiiiiiini, . ..m il. -Vi; f o I In exini, f l. i''9
Moos -lleee pts. H,nn.i; ,- and Tie' hilliT.
Sidi-siit J 1...V4, ..',',: iiiili ii i . f.'i.iiHiij.l'i.
MH.I.I' - I'.eee pts, Is.',; IIDUli lltl.l t' llll-
Money and Stock Market.
N'i;w Voick. Amro-i . -Mni..y easy lit
I p-re.-m.; i-M liiim,. t.i.. (' mid' un
ehiinied; lOver.ilnilil duil. en n-i-nev (is,
l:::il.id: 4's (nuiiniis, t . : -1 - 4 , k, ilo'.'ll.'i
Ind. At tin-npeiiiiiii ,, un- s'ni-k niiiilo' this
iiioi'iiiinr liiill i-Iii iii -si l,iiii..u liu o iv toe t 'id
lirslliiillln.iii , mi i-1-i-.liin.. , l.i.i -i --Miu on
the li-l ', In I i.Vi-r Hie i-lo-o,!, tt.Mir H nl , v
lorduy, Im On-ii iv unio ii-leir-liv p.,. a: j ,
lien tl e t e.n -un ile a it, n , u, tl,,- ,.,, ,.
fill -ill I llleai d ittil sli ii i. In , , ,'..,,. 7
tin' hole lis Mil' ill. u ii . o " t-,,M t e , ,.
Illilin-Mll III) llKll'll I !'(.'. At t ! O ot Willi
tlieiimrKOl Is H-vi-il li an I wo ik ut nl,.,i,t ,,,u
lowe-i lj;iin s of tho il.i .
Alur August j'll to reoulur sul:CI iberB
wlm are not in ariean", Tiik Hi:i.i.i:tin ill
111! til iiVtTeil
F(U 'Jit CKN1S Vlill UKK1C,
I'ayable weekly, or 5 wekks for One Dollar.
No redticlion for psyuient in ailvanco, but
if subscribers piel'er to piy yearly or In'I'
yeurly ill advance, they can do so witlnut
Tiik llui.i.ETiN will couUin aI.i. the lo
cal nev(H without fear or favor, and six col
umns of telegraph news 12 hours in d
Viiue ol ihe S. Louis morning papers.
I n k Daily I'-t'Lidi in om.v i'im kms
Two lui'aired nud niln tj -two whs the
til j uity given fr Wicki'ftc, in the I'. iil.rd
ciii.niv clpction Monday.
Everything fresh in the vegtUblc line,
at Ch i-'. W. Tell's, Eighth Street.
Mr. S. I. Perm was in the city yister
diy. He is working hia farm in Mallard
county, Ky., and is prospering.
Mrs F. Korsinyer ami daughter, Mi-s
15et tie, will leuve the city by the V ib'.sli
train, b -tnoirow for D'x n Spring-.
Haul brick has been pUced at the ror
t.cr o! Ninth Street and Coininercial Aveii
tie, h r h walk al.mg Constable Shec'inti's
pro pi rty.
Piling has arrived for the inclit.e to be
built for the St. L iuis hr.d Cairo rr.ilmad,
at the point. It is thought that w. ik on
the incline wili begin son.
Everything fnsh in the vegetabb' iine,
at Chas. V. Tills, Eighth Street.
During the absence of Chief lb v. Ion,
OiFieer Mulianncy, who in onlinaiily S r-g-ant
;f the I'ight fmcc, will act a.! Chief.
Co'. Rear Ion got a.vny yesleiday.
Mr. J. II. M .rlock, forineily of this
city, but of utc years a res'ileiit of Palok i,
Ind,,arrived in t lie city last night an I put
up at Charley Mower's European Hon 1. He
is herd on bus'tie??.
Wheat is coming in now in considera
ble quantities, from Missouri hii 1 Ken
tucky. The stcHmcr Thn e Ptates br tight
dver a d z -n rr more wagons loaded with,
tracks of wbe .t, yt sterday.
It trmispiies now ih: : .Vidermaii I.in
caster is not anrnilur if t ie Aimy of the
Teiim ssee, anj h-.s r.-l : on to iitttnd a
re-union of that b ioy. !I : wint to Minne
eota to visit rei itivi s.
Mr. P. J. Thiitir-v- :! I.nc put tems to
work filling up h.'j prei .i" at the comer
of Tliiiteeiitii i n i V.' ;.l in.ri n. The lots
will be raised a T'.t'e e Washington
Avenue, h as to pin ;i: a:i it drain
age towani tin: einte;.-;.
Some of the you ;g Dtr.c cats of the
Fifth ward hi.Ve .';b in in t rgari'.e
still another i ung 1) -;n. i r.i' r clu'., to be
called the Albii-lit eiub; M.d for this pur
pose they tl iV ; dcci 1 . I to ci'.l ' meetiui;
at the court Iioum. !o-!i:j''i'.
A new tin. c ( ii i has Icn issued by
the St. Louis und Ci'r.' rai.ioal com piny,
by which the fieigi.' th it f.-meriy arrived
at 11 :lo now arrives at lt:';0 o'clock and
it le-iVeS ht2:lo in-'-end ot'liint.
change is mr the c-r vi.-n eti'-e ol the pa'rons
of the ma 1.
In hckti' wl( dgiiig (2 ;eeii Victoria's
despatc'n of relict ot the u-s-tssiuation of
President Garfield, Junes (1. lilaine spoke
of the "loyalty" ol American citizens to the
English Qle.cn. Cnny the news to the
stump speek-r:rs '.vuo hw prating atjoui
Prom th-? billy Inter-M .untain, of
Dutte, Montana, "f the liOth uititn-', e
see that nt a meting id' the stock-holders,
of tho Montana lUilway Comjiany, held on
the oOth, Mr. Ge . W. I rv in, brother of
Circuit Cleik A. Il.Iivin, was elected one
of the Iliicclors ai.d iiiumigoiiof the U-inrl.
M r. P.J. I 'liift'.ewooi.i's line residence,
corm r of V. bhint n ami lU'h s'rect, is so
neirly compl ted thit l.e is sure of being
ii hie to take po.-s.ssion with his family
prior to the fust ol Sepli mb' T. The house
is a umd-d of (ot v nii'i.c, substantially
built 'Hid tii.e'y li'i-hed tlu-.ugli'iut ; is tit
ted With ga: bath loom, I, id mid told wa
ter, etc., ii.ii i i nst m $U,(l')l.
A ci-i sider-ibie par'y of friends gulh-
eri-d. I.v iiiviutio:'. at tl.e residence of Mr.
Saii.uel'IJurgi r, on Filth Mreot, y ta'ct'lay
I'orenoor, to wiine-s the pei forn.arcc of tho
Jewish ti'eof cin un.ci.-ion. A distill
guiuhed i flic t il of Ihe Jew Mi chuich was
prcfetit ntnl presided at the ceremony ; Hinl
Mr. liurgi r p'nyed the p it o' tho In st in
an admirable manner.
Mes.-rs. Motse and C'o-sidny have tn
gaged Pi of, S'orer's oicliehtia to nmke mu
eic for t'.i inooiilioht excursion to-nili'
Tin" weather ploli.ii" S to be pleas lilt hi d
tin re will be a large aitendni.ee, us many
youi.g people hiive tignili d their iiitcnth o
of attending. The in'iii'tgcru have peifect
ed hrrniigemeuts, so thit nothing will bo
wanting to luak': the event cue of unmixed
plea-tire for all.
Families alllcted with the dip'hirin
where isolation of the putient is impossible,
ni 1. 1.. I .. ..,! khuiiu un. r,. iii I il 1 1 1 L.i 1 tV
experts to put from twenty to forty drops of
a mixture of equal parta of oil of turpen
tine and carbolic m id into a kettle of water
and keep the kettle over a slow tiie, Idling
the house with the smell. In the summer
the mixture may lu used in un atomier.
ia is in no way to interfere with the cf
foils of the physician. Although the air
thus medicated releixes the patient, the 1
principal object is to protect other members
of a family from attack.
Under the operations of the laws re
ducing taxes, passed by the Congress ol
18-?i, togather with some slight restriction
of tr-ide, the inteinil receipts of the United
States Treasury were about $',';,000,000 less
for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1884,
t linn for the previous like interval. Illi
nois piid nearly .21,000,000 ol the $121,
000,000 collected, and the Peoria district
contributed as much as New York oi Ohio,
ami nearly as much as Kentucky. Ex
Coiniiiissioner Ratlin estimated the decrease
c-irrei tly in 1SS2. The Cairo district, mini
bered tile lo b, co itribllteil $ loll, I'M ,015 to
the inland Intnl.
Another matter that whs made the sub-j-c.
i f considerable aciinnmii-us bluster ii
the council Tui sd iy niu'it was a petiti-iii (
tile Wabash company, pr tying he council
t reconsider the vote by which it adopted
t lie ordinance n quiring the coinpiny to
I ice llatinieu at street cro.-.sinys on Coin
inercial Avenue. The petition sets forth
t int during the last eight yntrs or inoie
there li'is not been an accident on the stieet
that could he ascribed to a failure of the
Company to m.thtaiii thm ni at the cms-i-i
ii g -, which statement, s i tar as we can te
Col.ect, is true. It als i sets forth that there
I. is been n i damage to any property ou the
street by reason of the riiumiig of the rrnid
down said street which statement is open to
denial, but lies Co be iril'.o on the subject of
I'.auieti. The petition was referred to the
I ioper committee and will set the council
on tin at some fu'ure meetititr.
The City Council ".-qn tbbled" aain
Tu.sd iy ui"ht. It w is nearly all k1 .ut
technicalitits, which in tl.e end w,li have
1. 1 give w iy, in order that equity may pre
vail. The appointment of Stree. Supeiin
tetidei t Ilogtu, by the street comniif.e,
subject to the c inlirmatioti ot the Council,
was objected to because the street commit
tee had no light, und'-r the ordinances, to
make the appointment. Yet it was gener
ally aitni'ted that the appointment Was
necessary at the time whiu it was made.
A job of work had to be done in connect
ion with oi.e ot the K've;s down town,
wiiich nquiitd the constant supervision of
tomeone who un hrstonl it; an 1 the street
committee, which in aiwuys the liii-iist
( ommittce of th-: Count il, rould le t eivv
tin! woik the need d attention. And there
is considerable i.iore W' tk of the sime na
ture to lw atlenued to in "ill the stree's that
are being illlc ", w hich '.Vii! n quire the at
tention of a .street Sup-'iiuteiidont constant
ly. The need of siicli an olficer i.i rn t deuie I ;
nor does the (.'.unc'il i hj ct to li.e connnit
tee's choice, if iv. ui.dcr.st'.ml the matter
corrtctly ; Lu: it ibjiitsto tic street co;i -inittee
lu-uping the satlnirity id' the' May
or. F ir tbe -ik" of iiarmony, we w.ll -id
mit, lliit, ii'dir all the circum
stanccs', b-dii tbe Council
aud its i-iiiiinitteii me liyht. Another
cause of rankling was a petition Iroin the
Arab l'iie Compuny for i.n extra aiiowance
of $200 to enable the c inpany to ke. p its
Bteatn engine iu belter trim for ue at fires.
It was ol j .cti d to on the giound that the
other co.iioii.ies w.uld also demand an in-
c.rea-ie of allow ince (-n various giounds.
This brought up a little matter in cot, Mic
tion with the till on Thitttentli stre. t, along
the Ilibjfiii-n engi.a hous..'. It wis nb-
jjcted that the iiiliag of the space b tAeen
the outer edge of tie; si lo x tl k and the en-
gino li J'l-c -Ji'.uei ne pt.'i ior oy tne
Ilibernia c )ni) .:;'. -Nietifj: of thesu m it-
tei'3 were tin ally s.:i;le.l au-l will coine up
again U the next meeiii'g.
The Foreiii'iier's Friintl.
tli! Mii.-.r. l'u'.t..-, M.rt.taEi1.
V! en, ut.'l r the udm'.n:strati n of tho
elder A'fims, Cono.ie.-s p.asM.d the so-
called "Alb 11 and Sed.tioii Laws," the
then join,' 1) in ci aty 1 1 the c.-untty un
der the h inh rslrp f 'flr ma' Jetferson,
took a fi: in stand aoaiiiat t'uini, and suc
ceeded in electint; their chief president.
Those laws were, tin; outgrow th of the spir
it of "Native Atnerh aniirtn,'1 which even at
that early dny, took form in an intcrse
hatred to foreign' is. Tin y wre repealed
by a Democratic administration. Alter the
defeat of General Scott for the Presidency
in 1852, the Whin' patty ceased to exist as
a party. A lare number of its n.inibeis
retired to the D uiocratic mik", but the
great majority "ol them united in forming
what was then called the ''Know-Notliin"
party, a party ciiaracteriz ;d by its intense
hostility to forei'iiei'i and especially to
In many of tin state (lect.nns in 1 b- 1
and 18.V1 they swipt the field, but again
the Deiii' cracy came to the rescue of tho
foreign citizens, and the N now-Nothings
were driven into the Republican party,
which was organized in 18.10, and there
have Bince reiuained. In tho instance rc
corded, the Democratic puty proved itself
to ho the friend of foreign born citizens,
and the history of its legislation ht-ars fur
ther evidence of the sincerity and practical
value of its'fiieiid!iip. In tho light of
these lads, and all well-informed foreign
WM. M. DAVIDSON,
B, -:- ft
Ja)aniUMl Htu'liu and Aatt "Vap
Uiid Ciies, Hath Tubs, Waiter Coolers & I'reaiii rreezcrs.
Agent for Adams & Westlakfl Oil. (iasolino atnl Gns ti,vc, Ih trnit
Safe Co., Hamilton Steel Plows, Chillc l Plows, Wiilkiug Cultivate is,
Coi n Shelleis, I'laiitcrs, Ktc , F.tc.
Sos. Tl & 33,
TllbKl'UOM': NO ;.'().
G. T. WHITLOCK.
CLOrr.H.j N( i lo'irsu.
fuci'i'sso s to (io!il-tiui' iv ! o. nwiiti-r ,
A l'U'HV aiitl eoniiilete stock of d'ent' F.iriii-liiiiij (itiods,
Hats, Caps, Ac, Ac
Cairo, Hiiro s.
born ciii.-n know il.eiii, it is nut ut h!I
sttiine t lint tin- iminmrni s li.-m dH.nt
shores should ii'iUirilly hlliiiab- with the
Deiiiocr itii' puty. It is i.n ' hIwms Iims
been hi.- 1 1 ieiid, defender h ii I shun r ot
politicul plebnneiit iiii . 1 Ie Mir. Tl e-e
t.Miths ure t mph'i.-'.ed in a recent niimber
ol the W'otcin W i'cl niHii, of S'. Loirs, n
b.a liiii Catholic p'iper of tliis Country,
wh.c'i c ntiiins .in el ihor it-r.-view of the
Ciaiins to Cutli.ilic support of H.tum' or
Cleviliind. In ref. riit.o to the recoul i-f
the Democratic p'ir'y, th V j uit nal sis:
'The Dene cr -icy wns in power wIimi the
political tiutl.s ot'otir -!t tu were cry-t il
iz: r-ir. Siie h 'Id the oi I'.s un I pliC'd th m
in her coronet. Th' 1) :m. cr ry i tl.e
country in fatiejue iires the Constiintioii
en deshabille. The o'ln-r patties hsve c'oi!
lerijje'l her power, and have appealed to
the pas-ioi.s of the pi
1) in" cr icy
bus had tliee issues air. tied atrairst her
tln;se hundred eir-i. Kvery luiti-Demo-cratic
party that Inn arisen in this country
since Madir. 'ii, Iris had pis?inr) ari l pnj'1
lice as its corner stone, while principle and
patriotism were 1 1. shrined in the old De
inicriry. Old Iiaac was blind. There
may bav been s .me sharp practice at the
b -tt .n. f the bitsir css. Uut iiow the in
beritaece of the iii'n n's l, re.r is with the
Democratic Jacob, i.nd not with the H.-piib-blican
Esau. Take away the (.iermans, and
nearly hII the Republic im of the country
are the poli'iral ln-r sies that have .s;irur ;
up am. ut u. The liepubbcaii pirty is
the p-'!il;c .1 roii -tree of every bi.d, every
croa'-eed olitic;il ri.iiue, v. iy pai'y
phitree in :h- I'lii l while it is un. verbal
ly kn-'wn and rn, ni. n n the party of
the whi'"d sepu ehei, w ho wutild m-tke the
C.itl oiii -i "I tin United States a "iotciL'li
missii nary field, "and place them on a h vel
with the Hottentot and South Sea Islander.
The Dene c racy is the party of fn ad, lib
eral, American ideas, and she is the arty
with which the teat, tree, honest heait of
the (,' ilb "l'c church beats m lit in sympa
thy.'' Thii is a 1 1 tin, manly staiulitferward
stittiment t ihe servici s of the iMuocrat-
ic patty in behalf of those whom the lead
inr, spirits of the Republican oryairzition
would if it coul I forever hold in political
boniiaio-. Tiiere need be nn feur foreign
bom citizens wid overlook the fact, or that
any cuisibt rab'e number of thim will act
with the Republican party this year. In-
gratitude is uot cliarastic of a people who,
for the tirst time in their lives, taste the
swi et i o personal and political liberty in
Mr. F. E. Simuel!, Music. Teacher, La
Masc-itte, Burnett Street, St. Kilda, Mel
bourne, Austral.a, -writi s to the Argus of
that city: I bad "Buffered for years with
painful chilblains, and tried all kinds of
remedies and necked only temporary re
lief. After two applications of St. Jacobs
Oil, the great pain-cure, they were entirely
cured and I have not been troubled with
Physicians told Mr. L. Warner, of Hutch
inson, Wi that his wife was sutftring
from neuralgia of the heart. He sent for
one bottle of Athlophoros. What bucciss
attended its use may be gathered from the
fact that a few months afterwards Mr. War
ner wrote to the manufacturers asking to be
allowed to take the agency for tho medi
cine in the northern part of Wisconsin. "I
have used it in my own family," ho says,
"and have sen it used in two other cases,
with great wiceess."
Our National War Songs.
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ers, S. Drain ard's Sons, Hid State St., Chi
cago, an elegant book oflG5 pages of our fa
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words, mu -lie and piano or organ accompan
iment complete. N i such complete collec
tion has ever been issued, and in sheet mu
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in five brilliant colors representing one of
the most ative engagements during tho
battle of Oe'ttyFburg, alone worth tho price
of tho book. H"st sidling bonk of tho sea
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Tin, Copper and Stieet Iron Work,
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liii'elemeiils. liiiiileii Mar Oil Steves- li-t In the
world. I..iiiin of everv de. ri; tuin, Kiiln oil.
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