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Tl HY ru. s / r/i /** SOLID EOE hancock, j
I rom .ii Staunton, TaUcg Tirotntan July 29, 1880,
"Consider wbal Les and Jackson would do were
_WT ;ii v . !:ii* 1KB TBB BAMS dciscr; KS BOB
wurca in1', t ?' om mi vovu vi.ai:-.. Remember
?Mmeu wboneuredfortk their hfs-blood oo Vir?
ginia's rv. ill) ml,ci iii-* ii BOW. lie
inea.iier tbal upon rem voted, pe t '- tba success <.i
the 1) in cr.tiie lb?at,?[ H'u'/e ll ilupton, al Hw
meeting ta the intereei of Damouatic hannontj ia Vie
ginni, ut Baas a Isa, J Up 20, lhso.
aTrat/i tour prvrn.nrnt IimocitU nt sli-m'-i. ioho nt en (yig
pt itlonn wl.tU Hamilton ipok*.
We, ihe ni, leraigued, beard tile apeeeh of Genera]
Tt"a*le II impton, ue iver.-il in r-HaUutSn, on tbs 26th
of July. V.' oo te iimi re ul the r, pori thereof pub
luthed iu Th* Tattry Isrf_?M on tbe 39th of July,
and tieri in eeriily tbat, tbat report waa aubst n*
tialij t, ut-ct. Ati ll BALD O. Sriim,
H. C.'Il MSI.KY,
A. V. OOBDOB,
Ml O I i . LVLK.
OJaaal'iiB. Ia.. An.-. 20. 18sii.
WHY SOI HIE RS Mt^T VOTE FOE HANCOCK!
liol".**- Off RSPBKSI ' lATIV'FS. I
\s'.-f.HiNtn.iv. li. * . April '2'i. 1SH0. \
Iieai: Bin: \iinr fiiv.,1 vs-ti flnly reerared, I
would most cheerfully Introduce and arwe
the p mage of a bili, boob ss rou 'u/aeet, bnt nilli
the pit ?I lleiiiei-rsiii*- flouie pi-nwion
bill*- do liol lui*** uii'.'li l;i t <,r. ll itu* he
con.e ii'iu'ist impoaaibls to gal fonaMeratloii of such
B tull at nil. ami wnen OBBBIIslWill, its eon" e of
passit,u the linnie in very remaite, and tile KelH*l
l.rturiil -iilie ii* at Iii*- In ul of tin* !?* ii
tkiol. 4 ?,:>-. in ic !???? In tile S,*nsil?* it* Milli
anon* ii t as*asj 10 ?llovi layr an, -.u, *i bil la
So paka, li vt om i*i lui lu-ai no probe I ia, tiit-re
fore, th.it tb*- bill will be gmt IttToua? I will
could wu ? -tn l.r*,i h.-r. If he Hunks there ie
Bsytbiag ta tba matter 1 will Terr attdially art in
a?a matter Verv ttuly, r". R. Uki T7.iiix.vn;.
lu \\. CVSBIDBB, eta.
Tbi-rc ait* 320 rcaftons fur gi lng to the
polls t-iirly. anti voling the whole lb-rmblicin
ticket from Pit elden t to Aldanmn.
Woikingmi n I Remember that a vote lor
Ilaiiciak BBBHW a vote for Hnusli Frte Tl?Be,
Willie i Sot* fur Gaituld BSSSJISB Protection
to Home Industry willi plenty of work arni
guan! vrjio;!**..
Tbe OombSB Rule for Rcpul-lictii iuiijuritiee
bo-day?Make tbem al at* big as poueibli.
And above all put Geneinl i? ,i:.? 1 1'- cieciiou
Leyoiiil the cbunce of doubt or thc reach of
Conspirators.
In.sli-Ain.-ric.in voters k?0_ld re.nl thc woiilh
of .Siuiitor Hlttiiie i m ThB Fioe-'l'r.'tdfih ol
* England A__tl notliiiig ho much as thc tle
? feat ol Q?rlaSBn und the election of Han
*' cock."
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A vol*- lor a BtpabllBBB (e^HUrjCflSBIBB ie ;i
Tote to ri di tin CostsjnBB from thu loud of
Deiijot'ia.ic imuecility and falthlissjmax A
Toto Eot ii K.:;iiibiieau AieaablyiBBB is n vote
for n lN'1'ntilienti Senator in place of Mr. Ker
BBB, who do-FSB*! know ln\t to vote milli lu
1. Indi llistl'iieli tl l,\ a Conft ilenili* ei-.lli U
Tra T?ibcxi bas obs important t?<iBer*l w
make ut nil roten who propose to cast tbeit
billots for General Garfield. Before denosli
lng theil to; s. Iel th m carefully rorapan
(III il . lt .(? ; I bullo! with the rori*, rt Ih Ol
Ri nlcu-ii' . h i int- publish) tl.ir tittil p -.?*<?.
li, titre that gout hullo/ i- ii'iii rt. Tue I hmo. ru ,
in theil il i fin ion. nu* nee?ins to steal ball
;i dosen elector 'I votes by distributing what
pu*. ,10rt- to be n it.'Diibiici'i don rsl ticket,
bm which bsa stowed away in the middle
;i hilt dosi ii linne*, of Democrat ie electors,
lt ii.nl not take one minute to re:ul join
h.illot. Be sine to do it.
Af* o: iliiiir to tlie resalta of the first ce nana
the population of Booth Carolina la905,306,
of whom 604,238 are colored and 391,071
white. Bearing these Hgurea in mind e;m
boj intelligent voter, Democral er Bs
publican, doubt for nu ioetai t thai
il fVii.v colored roan In Booth Carol?? foll
at liberty to cast Ins rote to-day just as be
wishes, the Republican electoral ticket Ia the
Bi .ie would U* elected! Wade Hampton
hovvi-vti, hus pledged u Solid Booth to
the Democrscy, sod ihe South will
leave BOthtOg BBdOOB to kerji this
pledge, lt ia tor the North, tin n, iiii'l iii ra
dbineillarly for the men ol tuis Btate, to Bes
to it that .t stin;-,ioi; anti ererlaatii g rebuke
is lO-day u<lm mi stored to ihe iiiioli-iiinc.-i nnd
niiiiniihiti'ii tit-it will doubtless stifle the
greater par! of this vote in a Republican
Btate
Tlie Irlah hi ixl agitation in bbbuiiiIiis, a
cleurer itapect. Mr. Parnella programme bow
is, i<> huve tbs tenanta ullei a ju-i ron! bo tiie
lu,lion!-, aiui lhus compel them to ;?>
Burne the responsibility of rejeeti g R,
'lins course, Mr. Purniil expect . will
tone tlie conti > to nu i i . The
land ord lu m. -t . ?? ul hui I upo i full
lr,il, niul ii., il.. . vrl'iiliit lit to i ..
los ti,,i,ii. in. un nt. will contend that on
account of Amenr,n competition and othei
adie i- cati es I., cani ot pay au <?.**.
.i nut. and will iii t itcn tn
m ike it " bi t " lor t i< Iniidown i* ii
c i on ia employed. I his i tte ol Ulinga
v.ili i..; ;. ! j force lin Goveiiituenl to
net. Il may lill tbe country witii troop*,
prosecute tbe agitators omi main?liri fl
ol terror, or i- ?ay with the consi ol ol
i',. lament compel the laudlorda to sell on! ;;i
;i tun valuation, aud make the p ??, le
ol lin m il, a- tv ia done
in Piu -,.i. ll . i s ation .i th.
nilli* nin v.i.l lu attended with greal comaio
t it'ii both ni Ireland and langland. Bul the
. slatehill au tv, u hIkiI lalied the I ill
(.'until ts...hi. limeut, is quite likely to be
i, . io iht- euiergeiicy, provid <1 lils pal ty
him hu ul mi,.i oi i.
TO-DAY.
To day will di tenn;, e the fui ire *?>r thc
country tot many yean lo come rhe voting
.- day will be tue fi nil of all tin
brui ; every gra .'.<? and n, ble i t...
. ns bet ii o tue in .'v in . . ii the
ii rat baa its weight nos to hecuic < e tnninph
ol Ju?t< i A. G ifield and I i i ? , lb lean i arty
. : il ? i- -is iioiu th
, of N o' 3. I h ii ii ia, before thi Bim
ea down, will shape the fe e, - clay ia
il io tiie po v> li infinite pi nie, ii
ihe Bork U ? ? to-day, those who non
i- - tbeli Bis! \ . j v ? .. -. io nee :
- Wi- were e h -? who pul au end ba a
th in I--*!, made tbe Na ion rit-toriou**
? i eed, and - cured the wonderful i n ;i rity
"which fi ed nm, justice and wise laws have
? , ce prod ui ?.!." ile m< n wbo voti
ii Lil ? oin in 1 - en had doi i* bett-ei
? i, n will they bereaftei lo ?!-. back upon
cl with mole ju t pi ile, than the meti wbo
\ ne lol ??' neral Garfield in 1 s* >.
I;, ably there bas never been it con teat <**d
I'i* si-lei till < let tion concerning which the real
. tiona of tbe lao parties agreed more
closely than Republican and Democratic expec
? s agree to-day. Loud I oasts are bHII
made, and reckless fi.Im lu ntl.- telegraphed, by
Un sc Demncrata who laney tbat the people
1>; vc no sense. Hm thc l>.>i.s>!s are < xceed
ingly slow to back their opinions, and Intelli
geui Democrat! would U- a?(prised beyond
tu asore it the r turns t-.>-ni ?-lit shoii.tl give
them reason to hope foi racceaa. Aa b3 a few
minor Males, ..mi ;i- to the niiiioiiiy in Nt-w
York, thole la Home difteienee of opinion, but
the Democrat and the Republican who but
Bigbl seaietl up for each other their re.'tl esti
m.iles of ile- result, ttl bo opened <>n Monday
next*, probably dui not ditter in anj e- emmi
partionlar. If the Republican! do not Cai] m
their doty to- lay, they will celebrate ? victory
in evert Mot thorn Btate before midnight.
Tii.it the triumph m;iy bc eoaaprcte, lol every
roan do all that he rsm for the good canse u>
dav. The foe ia abaolotely unaemp?lona, ami
will strive witti all tlie energy of deaperaiion ;
for if Democracy cannot vtiu with a Solid Booth
it ctn never win alter inaking the South solid
by infiiiiious means ibis is its lust chance.
Lei it b? beaten to-day, and the bsroea who
died foi tho Union and for tibet ty. Bad who
sleep in Boothera graves, may rtst h.nccfoith
in peaOBi totstired that u the rana** lol which Lee
u and Juekson fought " s ill Boret proi ail.
AS APPEAL TO HUSH MTS.
Tho Dentoeraik leaders take it for giaated
that tilt- Irishmen of thia country will rots in >i
f-olid, imbi, ken BUMfl lol "utariQ lot revenue
"only.'' That ih io hay, they will uecepi thc
Cobden Free Trade tn?ta a* tho true and only
OUBBOSBN gospel of the win ld, and vol" jire
ciseiy iib English Bs?Bafaotarsn and fros
trailer.*, would hu vc t hi in vote. Was ever sucii
eflroiiterv knott u T
The Irish people have a history, and Iriabmea
the world tivei know what i:tat history ia, They
have heard arith their ears ind theil fi.thna
have taught iluin to hand it donn to their
chililien, ilia! from the tune of the (.uniquest to
the close of tie __ century the Eng?th Beted
u lau. the pru ci|tlt* that ireland must Ui ina.le a
market for their manufacture-., and that ila in
dur-tiies must Ix* cnHied. Uodet the earlier
Stuarts the Irian* were fm bit!deli to Bxport live
eatth (tobi th? island, mid a luciutive trade was
broken ni'. Then ahecp-faHBIBg wan umler
Uiken on a larj-'e scale, un ' great encfB wis
shown in the ni tiufaiture of wool; but in IOHO
thc expoi talion of liiab wool waa aha?lately
prohibit.d, aud BBOthei great didi; try Wits de?
stroyed. Wasaa English breweta wu growios
rich, Ireland wns not allotted to export muli OT
liee.r cr to impuit hopi from any conniiy cxecpl
England. Until 1771, when the Beta prohiijit
iug tho cxportat:oii of Wool en rjoo.ls, giaka incl
other iiiHiiiifiicuiica were tesha?led, the in,!ii>
trial?npolaeB of the lint psa^w wen steadily
ICiplBBBfid A single* exception was Brade-?fbi
niaiiulaelun* ol' bfOWB and white UnOba bj Pro
IcasaatB ia tbe North <>f Ireland, shish -aa* pro
noted by a BpeeuJ Bso_Uleation of theoavigs
?Oil nets, Bsd even by 'he payment ot boOnttCB]
ai.il titi gi uv. th Of that trade was a BtBlCliBg
proof of the pro.-iiir.iity which would have
crowned tbe derelopntent of all i ' homo ir
dustrii -.ila meron - : ol <" ? ad Im ? ii n
The efl.'Cl of tho I'.ii.llu tc ii nu t ss t ni, us
far us I el nd waa i on ei n< d, was to ' ii ?
J v.li.it in mis;ii*s- the were and tn boil I
new tm'cs in theil place?to cot ott I
limn the exchange* of the worldand lo force
Ihe i.ile back up tithe soil; and even l hen,
bj i e ral '1 \ s on i f esl ilea i to minute ten*
ni eic;, to pince be Icoltn <? on a starvation
basis whenever there w,ts nu nnfai I
-eao:i. t nu* ol the im ni' Eu lah I n
ha- pp non:,ti,, thal Bys em tbe moa! di Lilt-crate
nd -e'ii-ii tyranny the world baa erei
When thai bj tem wna iwepl sway, and all
restrictions npon Iriah e lerprise were rem rod,
il vv.is mo hit- io pave ih.' ? i il -Iv lui DTI
island. The English nannfacturca were
thcroughly well gnmndedand great maa
cap lal hail been nc limul 'cl in London uni
o:h. i English centres, bo thal the impoverished
pe pie of Ireland were helpless. They contd
fall back npon the soil, an 1 starr?or emi?
grate, Ani now thal these 11 i-!, emi
their children haw found a refuge in Am
a political inn y eilis upon them t> vote li?
lt sliineu? 111 ll soil I miss -in |i,c
ll igliafa nianiif.iitui'is and traderal
We wan om Irish readers to bear I ?
of lluir ow i i i-iorv iu in ml. lt inu te
that the Eugliab economic Byatem lia- nnder
gone a radical change, li wa-a 1':,. ectionisl
natron thal paralysed the iud ital Lal ci I
Ireland?ns conquered prov in a?and ii is a
nation of Pr a Traders tba! bow pn
brsthi rliood of man, and depn i ? et the follj nf
developiog any luoustries sate those with
which they thenis. iv, s- cannol compete. The
I"u?_'"i--li Free Truders wain un open market the
wiultl user, but they also Insist upon doing the
im Iv of the world's manufacturing themselves.
Every country, their did un gi a,
furnish tbe marketa <?; the wotld sith
ita cbeape -t prodnc ?. If thi
theil way tb, y would have ? ti i ed thia
c, i- trj to - :?? <" ill ir il ru si's, l'n . ?
have thrown our p< iple, Iii. thc Iii li, back
ii|i"ii the soi!, an.I thus have obi ruc ted tiiut
?tut dive] .i..i.I inda
tlie infoiming puncipleol n itio iii progto-i i. I,
is iii form ral iel I mn the exclu i
s"ii ;t of i lie Bug lah i eono nie i ri m ??.
c ?. ped.
"You are to i
?? tho miivei " i ? II hiv I.;
* lu tnii: nm ni lie Ii :-'i Parli mc nt. I 1
m. m. .ti -1 nc s ,\. i ;. . i ha,, declai tl i
etler ol uciipt.tiK ; ' .? '
?* ,t opie ol Ihe I . ? nol fi 1 '.lu
* whole world.*1 .'. i i Am cu lush men, ns
exiles from the mis i vu < n tl ia .
starved niul iropov r-iil bj the cruel
nf Engla d's commercial policy, lo pm tin e
t ? 0 scliUii'i s to;'cl il !'.
lil Li ll ls OF I OTI
Tl ere la soi e ol tronbl * al tin
y. An oi
i'i! i .in* i,i Walli 2
police inti to ? ? vi ??
.
allusion it ct
i -. . I , :
!, I.noun t" lev ' ready, V
impropeily :i>r ?: t ii- \
thu ? iu- kepi fro ii vo in , Not lol
i h sn i order i
thi I
thai tcp
theil Supt rintendt'iit,
i ;.:?.. .
00 Vote] bt'UI
iu iinji t arre . I rici u - ......
lilia ?Ce -rv ?; ?
ai.nov .. Voting. Evil
ti id vo i- v. > hi * I.. < ii a c
and lins In i . ite < \ - ar, in
i lie connty four months, and in i
*, il i kl thirty day *, la eui
.shoii,,; , i i i,.l his i ight, I ..-.
Anothi i thing. 1 In polLs n .
GOO minute .rom << a. m. t>. 1 ;?. in. In
sonic elect on latticta I -t are 600 ?.
ii ul oi all to vote they mus! i
of one a m nu e. Go i arly to
you v?ill be sure d' gettmg j'our I lol in.
And il yon are duly entitled to vote, a.'ow no
Democrat ie eli llougei "i bully to ki * p i
REPUBLIC INS FOL CO .
Tho Republican jany hus skill in thc art ol
government. Many a Democrat ia nuxi Bato
sci Congress t ikeu linn tbe c mir 1 of bia own
parti, which baa made il tbe tangbing-a nek ol
itu* oonntry, and pnt into the I amis of tbe
party which brought about rest?option and la
hos,dc io all sci, nus of inflation and repudia?
tion. One of the moa! eonapicuons exponents
of Republican bard-money principles, Mr. Chit
ten len, is a candidate foi reelection In D
lyn. We want to iee bim Bent ba :k to ii Monge
when* his Toice has aiw.-.s been lifted Bp in
lienalf oi ihe Nationa] honor, an 1 often at times
oben bia strong eon?non Benaeand greai bu_*
Bess expei lenee gare bim much inflnence. a
Diatric! hoi.on, pm If in electing a man Uki* Mr.
Chittenden, and we hope to beni bo-nigbt tl?4
the Hld has covered Itself arith glory by giving
lum a rnajoiity win thy ol him.
Io lins City, Mi. Morton, General McCook,
Mr. Astor, air- Profeaaoi Bant can be elected,
nnd munt ie. If any reader of Tnrc T::im s;*.
m their Dis; rina* baa no! alrcadj roted for one
of them when be rend.i tiiertu linen, let hun rise
up xtraighiway. and go and do los t'.uty. Two
of these geiitlciiiiii deseiTe aucceaa because
ti,fry have" airca,iv laken bigfa rank in tiie House
td _epresentatires, tho other two bi ranee they
are, like tbt se al*), m every way better QB?ll?
ticil th?a the i oom rsi! it ors. The mmi'iuou u
the IXtfa D_?ii I is pc* a.iar. TWO l>eiin>ci;ilifl
politicians, neither ol whom ha- uh ul ii* <i iiirt
BSBM with pu.o polities FernandoWcoiand
John Hardy ?are engaged in a fierce struggle
forsaeCBBB. If rrtiftvvHor Hunt n reives c\i-r\
Repubbcsn vote iu tho Utstriet be will be
ilaSOte?, Hiing out evivr.y rote, l"r tin.* will be
a CongrtK.-uiitii gullied.
John A. King in tho lat District, Ale?auder
Taylor, Jr., in the Xllth, Ueueral John ll.
Kei* ham in tho Xlilth, Cbarles T? Pierson,
Ihomaa Coniinil, 8.0. Vanderpoel and VTaltcr
A. \N ouil, in the HS?SOB lilt 11 1 Mst rn If, should
get fiery' Bl piihlieaii vote. We urge every
1;. pilbil?>n who can get to thc pulls to go, and
not to OB?t the impoitunt duiy of puning the
il*.Use ol Ih-prest nUiiit cs back into tlie tiands
Of lbs only party tliat is cocpeteni und .nubia!.
Af.lA'K lt Ul I LUI I:.
Every Base man now knows that (ho proba?
bility of QeBOral (..iiliuld's election iaexrted
ingly .-nong. " fa?_fl it BBBbIBbOBBj" then! Let
the Tote bc BB tb tisive and overwhelming that
im dispute ut' disturbance, shall be posaible,
ThiH is -he duty tri ev it citizen who believes,
as nine-ten thB Of the D_BBBBnUB really do thia
morning, thal the true will af the people, if
honestly ani fairly .xprc-otcd without iuilueneo
fruin forgeriea or fii.uis, witt elect Qene_ii
(.arti, ll. With whit wlf-respect BBB any m;ui
cling to t!u hopi that a wretched Bnddeapio*
able forgery m.-iy poaaiblj deceits jun vot, is
enough to turn tlmBOalel \N but g -od rBBBOB
cm any mun g vc, vt hu st us that the BlsCtJoB of
(guiit'ial Q_T?sid it ulmMt inevitable, for U*y
Il) - lo ' '
iw T
men in business, of
ull ut in ifucturera, . Bad of all
III' ll VI ll ,
1 ?
' -
.:? ; i ii
apon iii-- general here shall
. Iel! thii i pegons ch tn
Inn - a donbt. 1 his r ni," lund a great
deni. Bul another deepei.il
roiea. I
toral Commit lion, or
n wini ? ont excluding tl
?*,,n which di p nd tbe Gol ?
ol' ih* rmi. il .-? : Wini'- \ ;
. lae happens, tbal mut be pn rented. Il th< re
were a le pr spcct ol
i.i! flunci ck, i frieni miglil with i i
fore* ? ti i" nil I ? ir iniiil' .1 <-!i;z. in to make
nu- m i ia! then c aid I"- no dis?
pute abonl ii. Ina mncl a Hu re ia no real
m succeed,
iiui m ch tut I'' ii"''' ?? of thc I
v 11 were tryin ii > bet ten I
.' would be elected, I
much as I if lu cou''! be di '
all, tun upon Ibu ri te ol a single Btate
whicli ra flit be <!> pub tl, I ppeal n ay
ii , . made to ?.'.?mi eil ?? the Demi
:; ? <? the hi t bi i .:s and the p
il ! .. eh ni '? to -'' np ;i fighl! End
ihe whole busii ss by making tbe majoritj
t.v ii W helming !
/I HOI 1 LOCAL TH fi /'
Il has often li .pi" ned thal Bte '! , ?* Ri? nbli
c 'ii* ban foti id on their lo - name
i thej co ill ;i it ; p nove, and RepublicaiiB
by nature men of indi p ndei i sjiii i
hare never hesitated to striki it ott. Bul thia
? ,i ne >i make u c itch on his
any ivher . Tho lo clean and
; ii. That is .uu i-i - mn for roi -
in lt ii. .\!;u;h r is thal i
ls, vv ill.t f "* i
he do wnf al I ol
tbe Ti .
? ' . d
?
rior to iii. ir il piiblh in
Fen wo rh ol..
.
voter in
lonni I of the rei i inp Mr.
o .
?
the schools, I
Mr. Grace'
alarm,
I..- on Sun
. .
. DH, B!
might li ':' ui it. only
inrn I 1 their u
?i i i thu VI M.. I lowtl
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r i ;.
'
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; lidate
1
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l
r, lia nth .
opp |
ii . . Lil le lu
i ha i bet n
I of him I * fe has been three
?Men.
Mr. R
d a
District Attorm
hv-'pul , and so al ry Repnb
ll
.*? WORD n." CAI TION.
Th ia ia nol a day to listi n to Insl cards. If tho
Democrats have any new disroTtry, unearthed
at the laat moment, i rcarefnlly Kept irum pnblic
scrutiny until now, be lure it m utterly false.
Thingihari not ? n going bo well with them,
for a month past, that thoy have ben willing
to bold in rraerve any argnmenl or evidence
thal would lu ar the light of day Theil latest
dev ices, like the Chinese letter, ace tart tobe
forgeries or reckless falaeboods, which
reasonable men ought to tren' with cunti nipt.
Neither La thia u day to be turned from the
u-ooil work by any 'diaconragenient. More tl an
?i ? a Tictoriout army baa ?Dally lost the day,
as at Bull Roo, by sudden and causeleaa panie.
Ii maj be attempted to-day to stampede the Re?
public -ii- tn tome _asti rn ci!:<-. by false reports
from other cities or from ih<> Pacific Slates.
!,'*; Btupiil people v.;,stu lim.* in lUtening to such
riiinois; tin* working Bepuhiicana know tbal
they form part ot a splendidly disciplined anny
Of veteran-., wi lob will do its best, each battal?
ion iu its ..wu field, from the Atlantic to tbe
.. Ii is not thc part of B good soldier to
run away because of tbe rumor tbat aomebodj
tl elsmnnina. If each man dora bia flaty, the
rueult will nut be diatiessing to anybody bat
Democrats.
TUi. un.li WITH ASSEMBLYMEN.
Noone who has STeT wat.heil n New-York
Lt irisli.tiirc will dent- tiui! iu thc New York and
Brooklyn delegations the only men worthy of
their seats are, as a mic, Refss.bRcaa mem?
bers. Tho Democratic BOn_DBttOBS foi the
B ? mtily in these two cities arc raffled off to
the lowest chiMX of politician?ineli too often
Brit?ont any tiualilictt um, whether of char?
acter or hltflI Ugo nco, for legit-dative tint icu.
Di fit candidate.* ure, of course, sometime**
named by tho licpulilican party, but even in
?ueb caeca it will usually be fonnd that
the RepnbUeaa la tho leant ohjeetkmable
candidate of the two. It it a anti rule for tlie
ciln.cn who waut.i good government always to
asa? for the Republican candi?ito foi thu
A?wnibly.
'lhere ure eight District,! in this city which
tho Republic!uia eui surely Barry with Draper
efl'ort,eve.ii BgBJBSt tho combined fore.* | ttl
tim Democracy, whaso uniuit set ms moro real
npon thu Assembly noniinatiBM than npon
any other portion of their t;rkct.
The Bsfroblkaa rairdidates in these
eight DiatricU mo Dr, Iv?c L Haye**,
who lias won a high reputation at Albany;
John E. lirodsky, who haa done BXOeRenl
Berries already li) tint Assembly j QcajtBSl li,
Clark, a b__BBj_ man of excellent thargo
i* r j Roboit Ruy Hamilton, a ri-jug
young lawyer?Alex an der iLwiil ton's graud
A. I). Will ima, W. J. Trim
8. .*:*
? ? V 1
,,* i* iii .-t hope.
Di ; lc! ? s bo
,; | ... mn, ,| ?.' i. be are of v -ting for
om of th< in ll nil such cl -ena foUoo tbi
, and 'ms rule?In roting for Assembly?
men in New-York end Brook'yn, no matter
wii.it your politics aie, vole lor the Bcpabll
t- ii c Muli late,
" /? i/ ?/. s /\ TH -Ul:."
We would not foi a momenl belittle Ihe esB
vassoi its i siut by sppealingto nnwortbyor
frivolous motivs. Bal there maybe,and bo
doubt are, roten wboe |oyonlj tbe grotesque
reattuea rf the whole business, aad ara chief]j
interested In thc con est aa affording enter! dn
and amusement io the indifterout spec
la or. To thU class wc venture the suggestion
il he woy to gel tbe larges! | i_rn_ol
of inn ool of the campaign is to ro s to defeat
the Democracy, and when that is dooe, jus?
i i ul by and winn *-,* the demonstrations of the
Happy Family tbat hat mon?ed bo lovingly at
t in< ninan and ba re boon billing and coaling al
Kii'h a rats ci-! sinco, itu* day alter the de
? -: ' be /..us fly-in ia tbe air."
There are intimations of il ina great many
ID rters already. Prom Maim to California tbs
chorus of - i told you bo's" wUI almost drown
the shoats of the TictOTS. I n? rc isn't ll Dcmo
cratic newspapei ffl i.i (bs 1 nd in srhieh
then* nie mu nervous fingers itching and twitch*,
lng to g- t iii:-) the hiin"I some conspicuous
leader oi ti vol editor. There ara ooly twenty
flin in ni! s> in rc of wait! g and tben the ai ttle
ni'.: i will b .'in. All land blunders
ol tin* campaign, from tbe Initial mistake of
. i ilden and abaudonii ft the fraud
i* ii-.- ai tbe command of John Kelly, down
rh Hancock's "glorious" diapatohea and
>?. t ..nial,lil.c ul i ii question,
ll tu ?' 1 ammany
..iii., in.. ,:; .1 I; iruum's i' u hoi i a? all
? I the men who
down then- Indi1 n ition and dil niel
foi tin- s;i^c of barino y will let tbemselrea
loo o npon i i
Thi anti lil,lc:, m I b it first foi
.anvaea and
lg the ii marni foi * . i n," which
.i ii in 187-? i mean?tg
I tot "a change." rhea (be ui?*n win,
put English on the ticket nnd los! Indiana will
gel a raking, riis ptilitic?I judges in Indiana
. de the ghastly blander ol keeping In
, n. i.i the lisi "' October States, poor Mr.
-. tor whose benelil t ie trick
played, Franklin Landers, who ran behind his
?ul all i he I. lieu t, ina i rei -, will come
in for their share ol i ral "cns
. is liable to go! ul tbe
ol bia !'u - ilka
- a .I imprudence, lie irj Watterson
vv i i get uiuc abundantly wimt ho has had al?
ready a foretaste of, bitter di nanci ition for his
revenue tarifi plank. Wade ll ?opton will be
? o .-I "i - ai agely than ever tor
? i a Repnbli in c mimi "i docn
' D '-'<? in
. ..id the Bolid Soul ma
.
l
: able
\ o es en >'i ch to i , ? ididate of
. . ? i ' - ng on a platform ol their own
manufacture. Inri i ll ll will be blamed for
-ilium ling to be hoodwinked nnd cheated by
i ' for its
: ruin poi cy. John Kelly will be hauled
tting
an nun' pul r conn y tick he candi*
'i'i rty
their ] lt] tn itions. Ureenback
; li iiil-in ii'-.v i?. mocrat ? a oul
with mutual recrimi i PreeTr ' ra
..?.?I 1 .' i iiarge each other with
: caused Ihe <!? f, at. And i I above
.;i,; voice of
the un?
profitable overreachin * - lipid
of Wm. if. i, with bis
. , ?
Au tb is will afio i tl.
high o." worthy rn 11 locrucy
sim; ly for tbs fi ;i I ? refu re
iu i-at I ; . But, aa we
s i.l. iii. h. : - e the
I .? and tanny feutu il icu! con?
ti -r, aiul if ia to I > 't wc make tlie i :
gestion to help defeat the Dem c its jost tosee
the fun that will follow. to-morrow
?? tbi ie'i, ba rasors a liv in ..ir."
EXAMISE YOI i. l tl ? ll -.
The huits of tho election tn i; be impaired by
the incorrectness of a few ballots. Many fancy
?at tbe work ls anbatsntlaily donn rheo they
tiiivet i'vii\ ass, d theil district, and ba\ i arouaeda
maj"! itv willing to gu to the polls and vi to alight.
Hut oitl politician*, can count a bandi ul or more
rf elections where Important points bare been
lost by a trick, or even un bones! miatake, in the
wording of a tow ballots casi nltfa tb best in?
tentions, lu Illin us, i.-i long ago, when the
rotes came io be counted, one ballot was found
which, ns originally printed, n ad : ?*? For Clerk
"ot Circuit Court-Vf. B. Koluti-on." Bot ns
taken from the box, tho line -For Clerk of
" c.nun Court" wa* erased with pen and ink,
ind the name li. H. Clark waa sn Ul en. Clark
.va* a candidate, and he claimed tbat this
rote ought, to be counted for hun; toa! tbs
. ti. r evidently mean; to Scratch fha name of
dobinson, and had stricken oat the title of tho
letic." by mistake for the name of the op-posing
?au.li'l.'.tc Tbe Judges saul titi-s was only a
-, njectore. The ballot must be judged by what
I Contained. Upon ;us lace it Wat b VOtfl for
wo men for BO ollice?;iml was ;i nnllity. Here
i vote WBS hud, by a most Itupid Maadi r. And
rerjorallj ipoakiBg, the most. prolRw sonioe of
Brntoatfl and disappointment! in the result of
>lcctions where frand ;tmi vtolenes are not in
I't'lvcil, nea ia tho opportunity winch ta-eg?hu*,
hisspeih-d, ami erroneous ball als sftord for
BanipaUtinj tin n ult. Often these anon du?
cat the elt't-ion; tuioii;;! ballot-* ara thrown
mt fur foianl un ?.uhr itiei or BIMBpeUlBfof
i*nn*H>) give the cenilirabj tu the minority
?aiidiil.ttc. Sum-1.mes ins opponent conicals
he can rass in lbs courts; there he is aUosrod
o .show the mistakes. Hut, usually, the ollie*'
ornirss bofaiO the lawsuit ia finished. l'b?*
it.try ol thoeonteatof Welch and Cook ia aoto>
vorthy *iu thin .subject. Benjamin Welch, jr.,
?an for Treasurer of thia Biala, \ n^jontj of
he balloat were nod for him, but Hominy ot
hem lead r.enjainin C. Welch, jr., au! were
OOBted by the oin v ushers as if thrown for
omo otbor man, that the offloe was awarded to
ii* romp, thor. Cook. 'Welch ihen brOOghl a
awsuit, and called the pinner of tho ticket* a.s
i BitnoBB, Ho (fsiithd ihat he printed the
i.illots in n ftirm c.iiiUitiing liz OOpiSB, As the
?onipositor set BP the type, they all trad H,.n .
milln C. Welch, jr. The proofreader, who
mew that the C. wita a mistake, -struck it t ul bj
til at*.. Ths anaaposttot toot ont the C from
len of tho copies but netrloctetl to take it out af
mr. The euiiseiiue.iice waa thnt one sixth of
.he printed ballots liad a C in by B-BtB-O, Hut
iU tho electors liiUudod to vote fur tho a-_a>
man. On Mi's erldfn< the Supr me Hrmrt st
tbe <'? u i of Ap
enl tb 'I :<i the ulHc ?- II il ':,?,?
judgment for an oflc a a or two aft
len.I hu V,i tl 1
"ni lat L g listore passed a
27. w bich may i x ped ite
these questions. Csm ,
a lair ami holiest COU il I will do well t., ,;if
tbemselTOfl almol it. Ii au! o \
Conti to connel iiiaiirduf county c..,,
toco root errors which tbeymnv hav* mad
eounting tbe vice*, i' ,*?? '.'euora; vi -.v ht* r*^,
in past, t. ara n.ai ni'. ? id reta
ofDcera mast coon! tbe ballots jost as they
If nistakes bsTS been mule in printing or fa
scratching, the caa ifllatfl srho !?-<?. by thea
can bare them oorrected only by a tedious \".
suit. If the nev law is administered as ctujaa
lag this mle ami enabling tbe Supn ms Court u
instiu, t the eanrsflsfln how ur, gui ir and am
spelled balbtts ooght t<> be counted, u ,,,,.
greatly aid In attaining ths (asl resuli prod-,-,
by a maud innis instr td of shvwsnit. lint ths
STOrage voter has nothing to du with tba w,ij|
ot curing the mistake. See that four balloti|
correct. Lei i vert mun bfl lu-1 own m.i: damiu,
Examine row ballots. There is mdefiaibs roon
for m.-take and opporf unii.y for tr.ckary.
stmly the ini'iit rn beforehand. Make sera y,aj
km tv for whom you mean io vole. Do nor ^
tot?i Bolla to roto for a surname Be posted a
to the Cbriat?_ name, tin- imtiala, tbeJbbbjb
and all. Examine roar ballots.
Weeerbsinly nuuk thal Qssieral tlaneacft ha
been treated with cruil kindneas, rbey go eat ti)
sea him in such fores as I ney i ri tnnster. v7b n tbi
deputation la considerable the ebatrmaB f .
to ih,- (Jon,-ral: **Yoar rictorr, ju tgiag fron t_
bright proapeeta la tba preasnt and tba pant, u g?.
lured.* or words of Ilks import ur-- attend. Th??
tbe General Btodsally napooda, ami sits, tue,
that hu feels onnlVtanl *'f uri station. l_g
cheers npon cheers follow, and ths via,
dongs awaj leaving tbs Get?ral perfectly mr*)
that Im will hs tbe Beat President "t the I mg
States. Af I i iG en '? egard i ito fay
his respec-ta, j--i. aa if Gen ral Hancock
: to se., him, and could nol alford bi pa; buri
a g "ni.! ".ii of mo After II
gard come "Cadmus Wileog and I*. K. Ld ly, of
il," Goo federate Ari y* wno ar.- also m -
ii. sir i'i'*" visitors. Then follows " Cokine! i k
of the New-York militia." I 'LordL rum
ut Rn gland." Tuen Admiral da Freycin -t, .
I'i',,' i Navy. And t! ..?'. ail gell tba j,*-*,
candidate tbat h sill cortainlj bi
elected, aa most certainly ha rill not be. 8 |
log friend -
w e fear, do. v\',> aboul I
,-'i it to ay polite th! I Loni
i t?n, of I id, is h.*
up ? a i|'l si >n of ',
?MSB
iii the Hancock l* taom.
If Mr. max u not ruthi >-.*.??,
by lu- own parti it vt ii crscf
li c .'. ib '? ot a lofty ind ;
of which I ? ?
com mitred a crime a ' iw of
t
.i poi . II- tliil not
pay bi
. Ult! ?)
'. i pretended to hal
I
n tu
if we say that tbi ? ? i
ii |. -? et. I. I
ii.ui',i. 'i ih ii be has pal I hil
I'p to i har mom mt the
tiered to be nady fur b
forgive hon 'uv?after uh bia deceit, ;.:
;? s.^ic ol the returned c I
m, it I
Tho ' .
. pecially the citv, it i ae arian tlivi t
the public icbool moneys a I
- -rm ma pr i
ol ur
? of vii w hv eli th"
il, U n i ta ri a ai I I
ivs
.'...
iii-iii of the Ame] , i
npon il from anya urie, was declared ; . j
"f -v rv in in a bo i ;is the u eil te ot Im com irv sj
lie. n. Iocs .
a/ere rel
V.u ifor ( nty.
Vote amii al Hancock and a *' change" from BBB1
I ?' i Pi til c.. :.t, iiuu i uliis ri tl
Vote against fort i
baiiot-b i
Vote ag?ust tl Les and Ja k-m.
Vote foi protection .. i
_
n oerstle party ia ou the road to perdiBss,
A vote or Gai?sid ia a kiah iu tbs nar ott!
? di iu. _
A disputed ineeeaaion and a wrangla la run-zr**
incnu four moothi of hnsinoiai pnsitmlon I B
h "it. iii "i . s tbs univ way to ,. I isles*.
I amity.
Remember tbal Garfield ts sure to he sUetsd and
tbal a Democratic Contrrressman has little taflssaal
with a U iihliCiiu administration.
Tl - ? letter waa Barnum's biggest lie,
Jam I. Un n his throat to-tlay.
Vote t" -iii! th ? s 'ii.i Boutb farsrer
The w< rklngflSSB Who eotea fur a tanti fur reta
tuir- only voien to uuikt' Chinees ohrap I..bur a ne
osaattj tu .\ icncaii iiiaiiut.ic iirars.
Vote again? thc .story ai etd Brattier Mossy.
A Stroller past Barn ti m's li,-a*li[iiarter*iat nii.lnirhl
last Bight heard a bag* sigh "f nliaf foll')**. J by s
smothered eaclaiaatloa i " rhook God, I war*t heel
lulu* bout that infernal Many letter aay Bsarsl
If tun w.uit a "ermin,'.-," fiats t*> ant a ass al
th** Prasidantial chair wno th-ilks thetariff'pn-atios
is ri io tl ona. sad that tla>QovatsaMBtsaMasilB
terferes vt .til lt,
If y?n think tho war vtae a mistake, vote t<> pal
the Mobil Sunih in pew er.
There is no nek Ut tlie city or to the sol."'BBBi
slsetiag Mr. Duwil Miiy.tr. Any man who can't. **?
a thousand ri.ska lo both in electing Grate mus! ts
blind.
If you tv i-h to SSS Kelly abeoluts BBSS of Un' 0*7
ami County ot New-York, vote the Tammany Lee
t**ry in Int.
Wiitin er you vote for, vote carly.
If any ans mail can bo held rca ponai Me ter ?tE
tliagr nrfu! riot lu Deuvor u ia W?li-BJ H- BslBBBa
ll ia tn.'une sui-ci-na bia form'tl Chin'tte letter bal
Lsronabl bim. Munier, Btatal.cold hlsodsd Bsvdflk
ka tbs lueeeM hu master-stroke ot tho caiupaigii 0*?
broagbt ii.m.
Hanni a will think ia moaTS-W ni-wiiing thatflflBSf
lot niii. mi?aa han bit lum.
Naw-Torb Sta(e can gave Qegield hu BubBBI
istiito ttiiijuriiy to-day ll every p.itnodc man oi**
bbl .buy. Tlie IgUIStealBB a( ia iMl.OOO, and il**
Wa> d'reach it la lo get >*>ur nan vote in early
.ind see to il that your a.unuisli friends arl a?*??
?lao,
Ot count**, if yon think thoContedcraie BSiflSBBSBl
ought U) lille tbBcountry, you bave BflSa?Sf b>s*?
bul lu vol,* tor Hancock.
DaiUBBB haa throwti the fanning ritd-hea.**1
Louisiana liar _Bpslasalf imo tin- Moule.
lKtii'i try tu BUBS tbs laiumany buttery ta?t-B
BBaaBaatablsby Bet?uwiias. lt can't baa?ss, **J"
mo tull Kel abiiaan bb?bbb,
If (he Bsnth ts sattd fas Its-eeek t* -*: ?> M ?"?' b*
bo tinnUab tho BBTSS of shot-gUBfl Bad ftit* *****
lng. OB a flee vuto nml a lair cunt. AlJ:,*",:^
a\rkaiina.%, Mi?isoippl, Lt'Uihiana, North Ca-jJ??

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