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THE DAILY -CAIRO BULLETIN:' ;WED&K6l)A V MORNING, DECEMBER. 8, 1884.
Mayor Tbom W. H ii'y,
rreaanrur-Cu'l' V, Nelh.
Clerk Drtjnia. J, roley,
Ooiuiinlor- Wro, R (Whert,
Mribkl Jm 8. Rerden,
Mi'irn-- ' uliam lleudnua.
' folic Matflitrtla A, Comluv.
soikd or loiim
rtrat Wrd-Wm. Mr.Wale, Harry Wklker
HwDd Wkrrf-O. H. Woodw d, (', N. flUKbi
Tblrd Ward lohu Wood, t.ij n itb.
Kimrth Ward t nanc . Hetler Barnaul Orr,
lfth Ward-flpae. I.mcaaier. H-i.ry H
Clrcalt Juine-U. J.Bker.
Circuit Olerk-A. 11. lrvln.
County Jndre J. II. hoblmon.
- County Clerk 8. J. Humm,
County Attorney ingot Leek.
County Treaurer Mile W. barker,
riherlrf John Hodire.
Coroner R. Plti;erala
ConatyCommlMlonr-T. W. Hatlldir, J. n
Mnleabo tnd Peter "Uno
C1AIKO BArTIT Corner Tenth d PopUr
V it'fU; preuBln or t and tblrd Huudai to
neb moiuh, ft m. u 7:) p. in pyr meet
lngTbundy, 7'-0p O..J Suuday cbool, :H0 m
CUltKCH Of IU& HKDJ.KMh.K-(K)iacop
Koorteantb ttreet; Bundy 7:00 m., duly
Communion 10:30. m., burning Prayer II t. in.
Bundey cboollp. m Ktenln. l'ryr 1:io p.m
t. p. venport, 8. T. B. Becloi.
IMIlHT M18SIONARV BAPTIST CHt'KCIl -T
Pren bli,g l 10:80. a.., p. m., nd 7:80 p. to.
Aabbktb icbool t 7:80 p. m Rev. T. J. Shore,
I UT1IK KAN-Thirteenth itret; ervti bb
I.. t'b 1:30 k. m.-Saodkj icbool 1 p m. Rev.
MBfHODIriT-Cor. KMt od Wklnnt street
Preaching 8tbbtb ll:00. m. knd7:V) r. m
-ondty h-.hoJ t 4:00 p. m. Krv. K. A, Iloyt
I )HK8BTTKKIAN Klvbtb tret; pacnlo o:
1 8bbtb at 11:00 a. n.. and 7:Wp. m.; prove:
tneetluir Wednedv t "'SO p, m.; Sunday 8cb I
at p. m. Kev A. 0. Trick, naatnr.
T.JuHKPn h .Rowan Catholic) Corner Cron
'falnut atre-ta; Uim tvery Sunder at
ndl. m Sunrfy ool ' t p.m., nd Ve-p-rtetjp
m. H every mornmp at g m. Ke
C. 8euey, putoi.
C i I'ai ttKK H (Roman Catholic) Corner Nlntb
7 .'-,-et unit Wa.Mntrton tvenar; i i t-ti
fiondirand 8 tnd 1 m.t Kanday cb o t i p.m.
od Vtper 8 p. ro. aaa ee r mcrn ok at '
p.m. Kev. J. Muruby, paatoi.
CAIRO KfAMPMENT No 144MU second
ml lourth Knd tteaih month.
ALEZAND R LunGB I. 0.0. F. So 2!4
MecU every Touraday.
SAPFOHI) I OIIGK I O. O.K. So. 87-Mcelt
ver Wedned-y even eg
CA E) COMMAND KY No. la-Meet fl'tt
M uday in acb mourn
CAlbOIOUUEN'o 237-MceU recond Mondiy
in each raui.th
CAII O LOIXJK.K. fll.,Nn.t4l2-MeeliieroDd
an fourth Ttt'dty o tbeiiio itb.
1I')NEtK LOtxiR. K i ud L of II.. No. '14
M:eu Or t ud tbiM Kri rach nutt
AMBItlCAS L UION OP HOV ) Si 10:4
1111 coud aud f artu Mou ly -a h uolIu
M. rC, C irt TwiUf in tbi m iQ-b.
JDEAL LEAGUE Meet every Toetdty nlgbt.
MOHT'iPO 'I.OBS RL'I.K. RHINO hTAK
Ct S i, M oicel- thud Wrdnrda -i.ch mo
ARAIiPiKKCO. So. 4-Mc third Mudayof
It. FIKE CO. No S-Mevti fint Monday or
nlBEUSIAH FI'B CO. So. 4-M U tblrd
l'urd; of 'he .o .'h.
DSI.TAPIHE O, Si, 6-Meet rond Wed
nendty of the m uth.
ASi'UDK IKE CO. No. 7-.Ueu flnt Thurdy
eca moo h.
TjiUE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo. Illlnold.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
CAPITAL, tf? 10 0.000!
i General Binkin? Huniuess
TliOS, VV. UA.L,UliV
ENTERPRISE SAVING BANK.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS RAK.
TIIOS. W. IIAIjLI pay ,
Coiumercial Avenue and Eighth Stret !
f. BROS8, Preiident. I P. SaFr, Vice Pren'm
0. VS'KLbS, Caahler. I T. J. Kcrth, An't cam
. Bron....M. C!ro I WlllUm Klut. .C.lr
Peter Neff ... " I Wllltam Wnlf.... "
C.M Oaterloh 1 0. 0. Patter,.-.... "
E.A.Buder " I II. Well
J. Y. Clem'on, Caledoul.
. AGKERAI. BANKING HUSINKB8 DONE.
Kxchnso ro'.d tnd bought, Intvrett panl n
the Saving Department. Collection made n"
kit hulnn promptly attended tr,
JJR. J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairw, ill.
VAPOR, ELECTRO-VAPOR no MBDICATKI'
kdmlntxterod dally . -'
A lkdy In attenilance.
J! M. HARUELL, M. D.
OFFICE Eatt Side Cnmiuorclkl, bolow ttb St.
Cairo. Ill not a.
R. K W. WHITLOCK,
ufriua Mo. 186 Oommjrclkl avennt, hntwH.i,
and Nti.it Mtr.u
0. PARSONS, M. f).,
OCULIST AND AURIST.
OrriOl-City Drug Store, Crbonil, 111.
'"or the Cure of Coughs, Colds
Hoarseness, lironchitisroup, Infiu-
enza, Asthma, Whooping Couph, In
cipient Consumption and for ihe re
lief ofcor jnptive persons in advan
ced stapes (,f the Disease. 1'orSale
by all JJrugists. Price, 25 Cents.
tt AUV bit 1 in, 11 1 N'J
DO YOU KNOW
Wltn Red Tin tit In tbe bitr I the pare t; I
ni.v.-r tdilltTaCe ullii k acoa.', bryt' , mu .
or auy d.-l. turlon lnrudluuti, f la tbe cke wl'b
many 01 her iotia coii
LOUILLARD'S l)SE LEAP FINE CUT
U Uo md of th- Bncit .tork, and fur arotsatie
cnevmn qualil. In -Cnnd 10 unne,
LOKILLAKDS NAVY CLIPPINGS
aki- flr.t tank an o 1 1 durahie -.nulilrw tobacco
wherevi-r li tr ductd
LORILLARD"S .-AMOUS SNUFFS
nave been u-d for nve- 124 vr, and are aold to a
UrK r iXie tt'mn aur othc.
who are tired of C t l o 'hat fade In luntblne or
w h.i.i will Dud tne
PURPLES, "GRAY S, " AND
p 'rfectl hn and e lab e Ii mu nt k' hnniit
trlnt, try tbem Made in irrcat arlety.
The Science of Life. Only $1
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niiddl.-ufd npd Od, itcoirain lit ;r.--cri pt i .n
fr all acute nu ctirniiic dif.f, ai li uim ol
jtch - iti nthle. ro lo i.d v tin- Author,
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loLti thb r olb"i wii k .lil II. thlr cnuuirv
for f M) i t t ni nity he rWuiided in evt-n
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all oi lu r i iil' nt i iinn a in ihf in-lit 0111 Ami
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ITN'LErtM PAI'KNP IS M cUli I) Inlurniinloii,
adviru an anc h refer nr. aeiitn'i niillrnlloii
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EN ERA L LOCAL ITEMS
The Cuiro Cutiuu cuuipreus i io full
The city council buld a meeiing last
Uulon Ciiy, Tcnn., ha a new weekly
piper entitled Mmtun' Ailvtince.
ExpregninK it no the Kiluol girl would,
iIii b- nLlits are "too cute t r Hntt'iing."
A we l liii in hiaj'i lite ia n p rted tor
tu tuku pUctf in s lew Juy. Quet who,
Mr. George Pennehnker, of Columbus,
Ky., wbs in our city yester lay,
Col. Tlionit Lewii ban jmt returned
from a few day' vmit ut Springfield, 111.
Tho. Wiuter has something to say
in xpecitl loc ils this luotuing. R 'ftd it.
The trains on the Texas & St. Louis
rai road btve been late dvery day lor bum e
Jeff M. Clark yesterday purchased of
F. Teicliman his billiard saloon, iu Win
Buy your coal of J. W. Morhead,
good s big muddy and dtl.vered, at 2 05
pur ton. 6t
A large force of men are mitking the
fill of the new right of way of the bt Louis
& Cairo railroad.
Tbe Wabieh pay tram will be in to
day, and make the railroad hoys .mile "a
Cipt. George Dunn and two of his
clnhlreu are prosinted witti an attack of
Mr. 0. A. Ptielps is building himself a
nice photograph uallery, juu back of Ikr
clay Bron., on Eighth btretft.
Anyone desiring one or two hand
somely lurninhed rooms on Commercial av
enue apply ai tliia office. tf
Julue Gr en left last evening for
Nashville, Tenn.. to attend to s me lw
IjuoHiehs. lie will return Tburtuay.
At th reituUr weekly me;tinit of the
Ideal L-aiiU- at their hill last nuht, quite
a ilenntiiit programme was carried ut.
The readers' attention is called to the
tuition bnIu notice ol lurniture, houa hold
gK)i s, etc., to be f Uud iu ano her Culumn.
-Qiite a lot of drei-aed pork is comi g
in iri.in tin: country at presmt. We jud-e
i he cold wive haa caused tiiu sUd Jen move.
Wanted - 20 p. ui dj lare e'ean cot
urn rantt Tiifc; iiui.LKTix itfic; 5 cents
p:r p U )d will Dj pui 1 tur aelectml stock. 2
The woman's club and library assicia
th'D will hold a Djei iing iu their lull in
the librtry building at 3 o'clock this after
noon, It teepiri to be a fanhion with mothers
who Imve h i ) sons boin to ill eii) ince the
e'ectinii t nuie tlum G rover Cleveland
-It i now a-C"ria?inI f. r certain 'hat
'he old itidepemiencc hell will be sent Horn
Philade phia to the world's fair at New
- .Mr. F. Korsmeyer, the tobacconint, is
Confined to his bed with a severe throat
trou'ile. It is with dilSculty that bo eats
or tvt n breatheH.
W were yesterday b'iowii a nice
photograph of the Curo public library
building, executed by 0. A. Phelps for tbe
benefit of the city.
Mr. Lloyd Roberts . n and wife, of Cui
ro, liter a pb aaant week's visit to Mr. Hen
ry Orin and fannk, left the city for home.
- -fPaducah Newc, Deo.. 1.
Mr. R. B. II -over, superintendent of
the central telephone exchnge, and Mr.
Storer, inspector of the same, paid our tx-
baiutu a flj ing visit yeBtcrday.
We un terstand that Miss L.dn Pitch
er will reiurn after the Urst ol tlm New
Yeir, and take her old place at tbe
switch boird of the telephone exchange.
W. R Woodard, receiver of die
Texa & S . Louis railroad, pisaed through
in his piiva'e cur yesterday morning. He
remained ia our city only a few minutes.
There is not a day pasHcs now but that
either the trains or ferry carry bunting par
ties to Kentucky and Missouri. Thev re
port duck Nhooiir.g irrmense in Missouri.
Ri'V. Z. W. Richardson will preach at
tho Raptist church, corner Tenth and Po
plar streutn, to-night. All are cordially in
vited to attend and. hear a good discomse
by an able divine.
Paducah citizens did not mm out in
full force to see Fie lerick Wardo as oiir's
did, Perhaps they Ihvh not as mnch up
preciation for tho things tint aro grnud us
wo Cairoites have,
Wlnt fools -onie mortals he. A negro
man in Jackson, Mich., rut his throat be
cause, Nomn one told him that he would bo
placed back in slavery, since ti e demo
cratic party was in power once more.
Capt. Kuight, of tho river commission,
returned with his family from a few weeks'
s'Hy at the government works at Plum
Point, on the steamer nolle Memphis night
before last, and is again ut The llalliday,
Capt, Ike Moran, of tho wlmrl'boat re
turned Monday from Fhrd, where ho
went 'o sen about bis plantation. Hn ro
ports things progressing finely with go id
There Is now wging In St. Liuis a war
among tho railroads, The faro Irom that
place, to Chicago Is only 60 cents. Tim
farufrom here to St. Louis ii ouly $2. Iu
, other words we etc go torn Cairo to Chica
go, taking in St, Louis for thi smitlsum of
2 80. Or we can go to New York City
lor $7, since $3 ia the fare from St. Louis
to New York. Such cheapness lo fare was
never known before.
Tho nur approach of Christmas is
heralded by the number of boxes and crates
ol holiday goods 'fling received in all parts
of our city. We predict a good sale for
thorn' who advertise them.
- A aparrim m itch with gloves were
hel l last night at the Theatre Comique be
tween Jack Lilly and Dick Cummings.
We do not know how the contest terminat
ed, hut feel safe in giving tbe honors to
Since leap year will soon be among
the tilings ol the past, would it not bo a
good idea for our lady friends to bestir
tnemselves and give their gentlemen fries ds
one more leap year ball before it is ever
lastingly loo late.
Mr. Andrew Lohr has just purch sed
and made arrangements to place in bis
soda factory a 5-horse-power engine, which
wdl be used In running an elevator and
better facilitate tne manulacture of soda
The Illinois Central passenger train on
tbe. southern division that was due at 8
oclock Inst evening did not arrive until 0
o'clock. We could not learn the cause ol
delay, but it was some trouble below Jack-
The Rough and Ready fire o mpany
whs the recipient of a keir of beer and a
bountiful lunch from John Gates, as i
token of his apptecistion of valuable serv
ices rendered to him by them at the late
Cairo Council of the American Legion
of Honor have removed from their old hall
on Commercial avenue to the hall over
Bristol's store, on Eighth street. The hal
hag been nicely fitted up especially for
A little boy in Paducah Monday whs
playing with a crtridgo by scr-ping the
brass with his knife, when it exploded, the
rball passing through the palm of bis hand
thence through bis wrist into his arm. The
injury is very pain'ul, but not serious.
The Paducah New furnishes us with
this it m that the Illinois Central railroad
hug brought the Texas & St. Louis railroad
and will widen the gtuge to that of their
own from here tu Waco. Tex., at once. We
cannot v u h tor the tru'h of the foregoing
Cairo Commandery e ected the follow
ing offii'ers at their meeting Monday night
C. W. Dunning, E C; John Antrim, sr
G-neralismio; C. W. Henderson, C. G.; A
H. Irvin, Recorder; 8. A. Goldatine, Treas
urer; Il.-ory 7 ells, S. W., and J. W. Morse
Complete reviied official returns from
Min ia iive tlo fnll.iwin nun I U: Blaine
337.474. Cleveland SlS.SM, St. J hn 12,
074 Uu'U-r 10,010; Blaine's pularity 25
1 1 0. For governor: Ojlesby, republican
834 234; Hirrison, democrat, 819,535;
Ilobhs, prohibition, 10,588; Uirper, green
back, 8.G88. Oglesby's plurality, 14,599.
Judge Pidgeoo left Cairo for St. Louis
about ten days ago, where he is attending
to 'he publishing of bis new book. The
Judge is n able writer, and were it not for
the "demnition" grind would make a good
editor but as he said, one week in the edit
orial chair (tho t?me spent on Thk BclLK
TIN three weekB ago) of a country daily
would g itisfy him lor the balance of h s lite.
Th re were only two cag 'B to report
in police circles yesterday. Two of the
''hoys" from the rural district came in to
8e the city, and partook too freely of "red
eye." They were arrested on the charge of
plain drunk and curried before Judge
Coining-, wlio assessed the penalty lor such
behavior at $ each with trimmings wh ch
they paid und went ou their way rejoicing.
There is a pro'ty tough yarn going the
rounds in our midst, about one of our dah
ing yet economical beaux. Ho accompa
nied the dear one of bis heart, who lives up
neir Twentieth street, to the theatre one
night recentlv. Alter the perform mce he
accompanied her to the stieet car and drop
ped a nicked into the box at the sime time
remai king: ''You know where to get oil;
Mr. Jewett Wilcox, go well known to
all Cairo citizens, is at The Uilliday for a
few days grssping the hands of old friends.
Mr. Wil ox tor a long time owned and con
ducted tlm old St. Charles hotel, now the
Halliday, and was and is now considered
one of the finest hotel men in tho country,
Ho had ill urge of I he summer-resort, Hotel
La Fayette at Lake Miiuietonka during
the past season, but now holds forth at
Charles Burke, Jeff rson's half brother,
played Rip Van Winkle long bufore ho
did, but tho exact date is not known, Jef
ferson avows having modeled his idea of
tho character from Burke. Ilackott also
appeared in version of "Hip" many years
before Jefferson assumed the part. Tho
latter appeared first in B mcicauli's vursiou
nt the Aihilphi theatre, London, September
4th, 18(15. To-day the honors aro pretty
equally divided between Mo Wade and
Th'rt"-seven electoral votes were allot
cd tho sou'h on nccun' of its colored pop
ulation, and Mr. Bl'iino weep because
these voteg are monopoi2J by the greedy
southern democrats. Mr. Blaine's lament
might excite more sympathy were it not ro
mem bored that a good many electoral vole
were allotted Pennsylvania, Massachusetts,
Maine, Ohio, Michigan, Illinois, Wisconsin,
lowa, Kama, Nebraska, and other north-
ern republican state oo account of their
democratic population and that every one
of these votes is gobbled by the hungry
republicans. If Mr. Dlaino would remove
his sad eyes from tbe "disfranchised" col-
ored republicans of the south, he might be I
able to see a great many similarly white
emocra'sof the north. With Mr. Blaine:
it is a poor rule that will work both ways,
-It is rarely that our cltiz'ius have an
Annortnnitv of c.nlnir aivh an artiar. a
u,.,.v.v.u.v ... -
bort McWsde. His impersonation of
the character of Rip Van Winkle has been
considered one of the greatest dramatic
creations of the age. For fifteen years Mr.
McWade's namo has been closely associated
with his masterly portrayal of Washington
rvin's famous sketch legend of the "Vaga
bond of the Catskil'i." L"t there be a full
ouse to-morrow evening, and "may you
live long and be happy."
Finerty, Larry, Harmon and olhori of
his ilk in Illinois as well as all over tho
un'ry, jumped the democratic party oo
the eve of tho general election and went
with the republicans just in time to hoar
the last amen. Now, out in the cold, they
are cursing themselves and each other for
their stunidity and bad luck. These are
the men who would have wanted every
thiiig now they can ask lor nothing.
Truly, the Lord wag with the democratic
party in this campaign.
There is something wrong, terribly
wrong in the south. The matter needs at
tention at once, or there may be no end to
the consequences which will result. A
good many people thought, now that the
election is over, the southerners, white and
black, would be modest and generally sat
iatied. But thev are not, and the republic
is in danger. Already its laws, its princi
pies, its honors are crumbling in the mire,
anoarentlv sinking into b.ivion. A halt
must be called, Steve Elkins says so; th
New York Tribune howls that it is so.
And the danger? It is horrible. And the
cause of nl It is awful. Down in New
Orleans the negroes are parading by th
hundreds with tbe Demi cratsl Worse still:
at Adanta, Georgia, they held a mass meet
ing and cheered wildly for Cleveland
Whatacrimel Send down Mr. James G.
Blaine, the great corruptionist and branded
fficial r.uge. Seuo him, quick I
When Bmnson Howard wrote "The
B.nker'sDiUtihter," he produced the beat
society nlav that graces the boards of the
theatre to-day, a comedy that has been
played throughout the length acd breadth
of the country aud met with one universal
verdict, viz: Splendid. The story is fum
ilar to play-goers and readers. The sacri
fice of a daughter to sava her father; hi r
marriage with a man she does not love but
who is the soul of honor and pure devo
tion; his discovery of his wife's indifference
to iiim, alter hsving lived with him fur a
period of years. ff.;ring d dly his devotion
at a shrine which with the blindness of
love be could not see was veiled to him;
their separation, snd in tho end of the hus
band's recall by the wife, who during his
absence has learned to know how well she
loved him all 'his is related with a wealth
of incidents that engages and retains the
closest attention and a depth of pathos that
appeals to the innermost sensibilities of the
spectator. The intrinsic merit of this real
ly excellent work is not lessoned by the
fact that it is entirely devoid of the tenden
cy to cater to a morbid appetite that com
prises a rock of offenco in so many society
plays. Tho appearance in this city of this
company Satur lay evening will be hailed
with delight by all.
We glean the following very startling
news from th Argus: "Monday while Miss
Ktie Howard seated at her dcBk in Mr N.
B. Thistlewood's ofilte on tho leveo, busily
engaged with her books she heard the
office door open and close and knew that a
man had entered the office, but supposed it
was some one about the store), and she did
not look up from her work until she heard
the key turn in the lock. Raising hor eyes
then she was horrified to soo standing
between her and tho locked door, a large,
rough looking, drunken strange man.
Mus'ering up sll her courage sho rose and
walked boldly towards him, and as she did
so he stepped out of her way. Going
straight to tho door she unlocked and open
ed it wide. Then catching him by the
sleeve of his coat she p.iintod to tho door
and said, 'Q out 1' He hesitated j'ist an
instant then muttering something ho pro
cceeded to i boy. As ho passed through
the door, he said, 'Miss, I'll never forgive
y.-u for this.' When be reached tho street
door he turned, took a largo knife out of
Ins pocket, opened it and walked back,
lie came within a yard or so with tho
knife open in his' hand, and stopping ro
poatod tho statement that bo would novor
forgive hor. Turning thon he staggered
out and down street."
Studobuker & Bro., wagon manufac
turers, of South Bond, Iod., have sent forth
a voluminous denial of the charge circulat
ed in tho south that they wete In the habit
of coercing their employes lu the matter of
voting. Messrs. Stu lebaker ate d.ed-in-thc-wonl
republicans snd always take a
gn at hand in elections, and tho report hag
been freely circulated, especially in the
southern states, that it was a 'law with them
that thoir employes glmuld voto for the re
publican candidates or suffer K dismissal.
To express their Indignation at such bull
dozing the democrats of a Dumber of south
ern town have gone ao far ai to born Stu-
debaker wagon on the occasion of JoUiflca-
tion and ratifications lately participated in.
As this sort of advertisement wu circulated
to injure their extensive southern business,
the firm has had to resort to the newspa-
pers to refute those charges. Some 900
democrats and republicans, employed by
them have attached tboir signatures to a
general de-.iUI of the charge coercion, and
of course (?) the public is satisfied. Eight
years ago and lour year ago like charges
were made agaiuat Studubaker Broi but
they did not vociferously deny the toft Im-
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done so in 1884 if the democratic party had
not scored a victory, and the people ao
plainly manifested a determination to
transfer their patronage from a firm that
so lorded it over poor workmen. It will
take some time to eradicate the feeling that
has beeu aroused in the south against these
Watterson gays we are thankful:
That Dr. Burcbard did not die twelve
That Mr. Blaine did attend the dinner at
That Mr. Cleveland kept his mouth
metisurahly shut during the canvass.
That the most disgraceful political cam
paign "all hands 'round" lu American hit-
tory is ended.
That New York is not Pennsylvania.
That B. F. J nes is not a bigger man
than old Z ch Chandler.
That we are going to have a change of
parties in the national government.
That tbe change of psrties will put an
end to sectionalism, north and south, and
amah the delusion that only a political
body and a single se. of party leaden are
qualified to govern the country.
That we shall get a genuine trial of tne
civil setvice and a thorough revision of the
That the Union is reunited.
That Don Cameron is to remain in the
Senate as an awful example.
There is good reading and a whole bun
dle of f .cts in the following article from
the Daily Alta California:
"It looks to a dispassionate observer very
much as though the ill-success of the re
publicans in the late election had induced
them to cherish too numerous and too acri
monious hatred. A great many persona
and factions contributed to Blaine'a defeat,
and all of them are held up for execration
by bis more fervid party friends. One
journalist says it is tho duty of every re-
publican to devote an nour every nay w
hating George William Cuttis and the in
dependents. This is the first of the.Repub-.
Conkliog comes next, and the intensity
of the acrimony expressed against him
shows that if some of the newspapers de
voie l the whole twenty-four hours to hat
ing Conkling they would fail to do justice
to their feelings. St. John and his army of
prohibitionists re not far behind the inde
pendents and stalwarts as victims of re
publican hatred. It would not be surpris
ing if a number of respected republican
teetotalers should forswear their pledges
and plunge into a wild career of dissipa
tion as tho only means of expressing their
hatred of the prohibitionists, who cut
25.000 votes against Blaine in New York.
"These three factions the independents,
the stalwarts and tho Prohibitionists are
seemingly enough to furnish steady em
ployment to any reasonably good hater,
but tho list of republican bates is far from
Too Alta California does not stop here,
it has a littlo more to say on this rich
theme. Hear it:
"There is Burchard upon whose hapless
head the hot volcanic heart of renublicai-
ism is now pouring forth the scorias ind
ashes of irs bitter hatred. If all the ugly,
things that have been snid about Burcbard
l,u ilo, nn.naiiiM ronl, I tin oollprtad In a
I.. ...If ,l,u, v..horal,lA ilnmlnla VAnld .
huve entertaining reading matter all the
rest of bis life.
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whom howevor our republican friends are
hardly doing justice considering that Mul
ligan did so much more thin Burchard or
cvfti Conkling, to make Blaine'a defeat
possible. The Delmonico dinner is a sort
ol impersonal hate, but the number ef un
pleasant things said about it shows that it
can not be omitted from the list.
"Does it not often occur to some of these
esteemed republican contemporaries that
they aro overdoing the hato business! To
cherish acrimonious hatred against any
nutn is not only a violat'on of divine com
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IISIIUS, OUl II IS l llinilgunu, vauvil WU MJV
moral nature. It eats away all the noble
attributes of tho mind and leaves a man a '
moral wreck. The Alta warns its frleads
ol the republican persuasion to pray to De
delivered from their hatreds."
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Whence all save him had fled;
And there he stood in the smoking wreck
With a badly scalded head;
If It hadn't been for St. Jacobs Cil,
That si ll-same boy would be dead.
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