Thursday. Mard. 22. 1877.
Trick That Did Not Fay.
A Republican organ grinds this mourn
ful and suggestive tune;
"Folly In governments, as tn Individuals, comes
borne to rooit. It Is a mere question of time.
The Republicans now repent of their foolishness
In dividing V irgiDia, making two sovereign states
where there should be bnt one, thus giving
what is now the solid south two additional
Precisely so. The Kepublican leaders
thought they were playing an uncommonly
shrewd trick in dividing a sovereign state
in order to strengthen the power of their
party in congress, and Democrats have
not forgotten the contemptuous insolence
their protests against this unconstitutional
act provoked. Now these same loaders
would be exceedingly glad to have one
Virginia instead of two, and the Demo
crats are not sorry to acquire additional
strength from a device expressly intended
to weaken them. By and by, perhaps,
"the party of great moral ideas" will learn
that honesty is the best polisy, and that
a rascally trick is sure, sooner or later, to
recoil upon the heads of its inventors,
St. Lou Li Republican.
And they are now cursing the day that
they let the plantation negroes in as
voters, etc. The negroes all through the
south are turning to the Democratic side
for relief, and now the Republicans wish
il . . I 1 "1 la. 1.1
iney naa never maae trie uamnigger a
voter. As long as the "free American of
African descent'' votes the Republican
ticket they speak of him with great re
spect, but when he votes Democratic
he becomes a "damoigger" in their esti
mation. On its Death-Bed.
The Boston Transcript an old and in
fluential Republican paper, with a degree
of hoDesty not common to the average
Radical journal, cries out:
The Republican party is really to-day in
sore need. On the popular vote it is in a
minority. In the electoral colleges its
strength rests entirely upon such extraor
dinary expedients as partisan returning
boards, constituted for the sole purpose of
destroying the polls. In the next senate
its once enormous preponderance is re
duced to four or five majority. In the
house it will be in a minority. One after
another of its great leaders has been sup
pressed or driven away, until in the next
house Governor Cox, of Ohio, will stand
almost alone as conspicious for public ser
vice. It is only undue charity which ac
cords to Garfield or Eugene Hale capacity
tor leadership. In the senate Edmunds,
Cotikling and George F. Hoar may be con
sidered strong men and leaders. Christ
iancy and Booth are Independents, Blaine
must yet rehabilitate his reputation, Mor
ton and John Sherman, certainly the for
mer, can scarcely be called vitalizing forces
in any party. Nor are we better off in
respect of measures than of men. Upon
finance and tariff we have no policy. U pon
reconstruction of the south the policy we
have must be abandoned, and we must
own up to i having made a miserable and
criminal failure of the whole business.
What is loft for us but to die?
From the Albany Argun, March J", J77.
Colonel Pelton and his Calumniators.
Though a lie will travel a league while
the truth is putting on its boots, that is no
reason why the truth should not put on Us
boots and pursue the lie as fast as it can.
It is under that conviction that we give
place to-day to a vindication of Mr. relton
which appeared in the New York Herald
of the 8th inst., aud which gives, from the
lips of Mr. l'eltou himself, a full statement
of all the facts by which his name has
been calumuiously associated with an al
leged attempt to purchase a llepubhcau
elector in Oregon.
By this statement it appears conclusively:
First, That none of the Kepublican elec
tors who were in Washington and exam
ined before the (senate coiuiuii tee pretended
to have ever beeu approached with an offer
of a bribe, which is scarcely credible if such
an offer had ever been addressed to them.
Second. That no money was ever ac
tually sent from the east to Oregon.
Third. That credits were opened in New
York to meet the contingent expeuses that
might arise iu the legal struggle which was
expected to come off before the Oregon
courts, but none were ever used.
Fourth. That whatever money, if any,
was used, was raised in Oregou, and by
the people of Oregon, and was appropria
ted not before but after Croniu had been
designated as the elector by the governor
of Oregon, to pay his expenses iu coming
to Washington, aud in paying lawyers'
fees for arguing and presenting his case
a perfectly legitimate and proper expense.
Filth. That Mr. Feltou never saw what
is culled tlio 1'ortlund dispatch, feigued
Kelly and Patrick.
Sixth. That he never heard it intimated
by any one that Governor Grover or any
one else in Oregon was to be paid or to re
ceive anything for his action, or that Mr.
C'ronin was to be paid anything even for
expenses or for any other purpose until
long after the December dispatch, and
never heard that any money was desired
tor such a purpose until he saw the evi
dence before the senate committee; aud
Finally. That Governor Tilden never
received any telegrams in reference to the
Oregou business; never knew of any money
being sent there or raised there, or that
any was required.
No one who knows Mr. Pelton, or has
had any opportunity of appreciating his
singular discretion, good sense and
manliness of character, ever supposed him
capable of doing anything that was dis
honorable. Unfortunately a successful
consummation of the conspiracy which was
formed immediately after the October elec
tions in the brain of the then secretary of the
interior, capacious of Buch things,reudered
it necessary to strike another, and, if
possible, effective blow at the character of
Mr. Tilde ii ; and the Oregon electorship,
with the aid of a superserviccablc telegraph
company, seemed to furnish the most con
venient and effective weapon. It did not
matter to the conspirators how foul the
blow might be, how false the charges, how
many characters were ruined by it, pro
vided they could command the attention of
the public for the few days which yet re
minded before the completion of the count.
It was a base and inhuman thing to do,
but in the long run calumny only injures
those who propagate it. We place this
vindication before our readers as a matter
of pimple justice to Mr. Pelton, and avail
ourselves of this occasion to say that in
our judgment it would bo very difficult to
name any person .who could have dis
charged the onerous and delicate duties
which have been imposed upon Colonel
l'eltou during two or more years in a way
to entitle him in an equal degree to the
respect and gratitude of the country.
Now that Mr. Pelton's character is
vindicated, would it not be as well for Mr.
Dorman B. Eaten and his comrades in the
Union League, to explain the purposes to
which Mr. Secretary Chandler wished to
apply the $50,000 which the Union League
was asked to furnish a few weeks after the
election, and while the conspirators were
holdiug back, under pretense of counting
the roturns from Florida, Louisiana and
South Carolina? That wa8 a large sum
to call for at such a time, from such a
quarter, and it would be very edifying to
know how much waa raised and what be-
oame of it.
Artemus Ward haa not lived in vain.
President Hayes has begun by offering the
husband of the favorite cousin of Mrs.
Hayes upon the altar of civil-Bervice
reform, and will doubtless sacrifice all his
wife's relations if it shall be necessary to
appease the gods. It appears that the h. of
the f. c. of Mrs. II. "was admitted to a
private audience with the president," who,
"looking him full in the face," Baid:
"Your papers are unexceptionable; there
"is nothing in your record which does not
"seem to show that you are fully qualified
"for the position; but there is one insup
erable objection to your appointment to
"any Federal office that is. your w. is a f.
"o. of Mrs. H." Now. if this was a pri
vate audience, who gave the story to the
1 nbune s correspondent President
Hayes is too inodest a man to do anvthine
of the sort, and we apprehend that Mr.
Stillwell, the f, c in question, was too mad
to publish to the universe the snub he had
received. If Mr. Stillwell knew his
cousin's husband to be of such stern integ
rity what made him go to Washington?
If President Hayes knew he was coming
to Washington on a fool's errand, it would
only have been cousinly to forewarn him
and let him save his railroad fare. It
looks like a "put-up job" to use the words
of the poet as if the Presidential Abra
ham hadn't made any move towards the
immolation of his Isaac till he had tried
the halter and found that the ram couldn't
The state of mind of the average Repub
lican congressman at Washington since
Mr. Hayes has announced the intention of
being a law unto himself in the matter of
appointments, recalls the negro who fell
into the Mississippi. Thrice they tried to
rescue the drowning man as thrice he came
to the surface exclaiming in agony, "Save
dat yere pocket book!" At the fourth at
tempt they fished him out, unconscious,
a dem'd, moist, unpleasant body, but his
pocket book had sunk to rise no more.
When, after half an hour's arduous exer
tions, they brought him to himself, the
poor African's first words were: "Did you
sabe dat yere pocket book?" They ex
plained to him that they had been unable
to do bo without the risk of losing him,
whereupon, in a voice of anguish, he ex
claimed: "If you didn't sabe dat yere
pocket book, what de debble was de use of
sabeing me?" That is just how the Re
publican congressman feels. If he hasn't
saved the patronage, what the devil was
the use of saving the party?
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G. P. UPTON, Associate Editor "Tribune" "
G. a. KANE & JQ., Manufacturers of I'rii.tinp Ink
B. SCAEKMERMOKN, Asa't Agent V. ilxpress oo
WM. TM)WD. President Bank of North .-merica. 44 Wall st New Y.,rU
COOKE & COLTON, Bankers ami brokers, 40 Broad st
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Correspondence solicited on any point pertaining
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For tbfl Laundry or Toilet Is EQITAI. to White Castile Snap, for it is made of Pl'RE VE.
KT4BLI: Oil,, and t.y the same process, which retains all the natural healing qualities of tbu
oils. It costs SiO MICH than the imported article that it is rapidly comiug into geuern!
household nm. The use of Colobkd Soaps is condemned by I'hysiciaus as liable to produce kin
diseases. The Pl'KITlf oT the White Soap render It ue perfectly barmleM. Made
only by Pbocteb & Gamble, Cincinnati. Sold by all wholesale aud retail grocers.
Still eniov the reDutation of mannfacturinir the
license.! The superior aualltv and pnrltv of Lawrence's Medford Rum for the past fifty-one years, ha
made it everywhere known as the standard Rum.
eputation. "WE HAVE
tsi mm STOCK
IN THE WORLD. Of the finest and choicest grades and of all ages. The public Is cautioned again
imitations and counterfeits. Order direct from us, and we warrant perfect satisfaciion. Please audre
orders to MKDl'OHD. MASS., or 131 Biuad St., Boston, Mass., and they will receive prompt attemio
Send for circu'ar.
Office for the Northwest of Dr. Bly's Celebrated
Patent Limbs, as the following will show :
Rochester, N. Y., Sept. 1, 1874.
Robert Baty, Kstj.. Milwaukee, Wis.
Dear Sir: You are the only party authorized to
make my Patent Legs in the Northwest, there be
iug no one in Chicago anthorized to manufacture
any of my patents. Y"ours &c,
Bly's Limbs manufactured on Government orders.
Apparatus for Shortened Limbs and all Dcformi
ties. K or particulars addrei-s
105 Wisconsin Street.Milwankee Wis.
WM. A. STEEL,
PROPRIETOR OF THE
Joliet Stone Quarries.
Dealer in the Best (Quality of
Dimension, Flagging, Rubble
and every kind of
BUILDING AND MONUMENTAL STONE.
These are the most extensive Quarries in thi
section of country, chipping mon- stone than all
the others put together, ot all thicknesses, from
two inches to fifty-two inches thick; and ihe quail
tity ijtiarriod is so great that almost any order can
he filled on the spot.
This well-known and thoronehly efficient Reme
dy for Diseases of the Kyes has acquired a world
wide reputation during the past eighty ond jears
mid it is a remark hie fact tiiat this reputation has
been sustained simply by the
MERITS OF THE MEDICINE
itself, and not by any pnfilng or extensive advertis
ius:. 'the many thousands who have used it will
bear testimonv to the truth of this statement.
Manufactured onlv bv JOHN L. THOMPSON,
SONS A I'O., Troy, New York. The manufacture
of the " Bridgeport Eye Water " has bem discon
t'nnefl. Price. 25 cents.
Sold by all Druggists.
GET THE GENUINE.
SHIRRKLL & CO., Proprietors.
4T Pearl Street, BUFFALO. T
J. MANEY & CO,,
Patent Wire Signs 1
Wire Stands and Frames for Cloaks, Shawls, ( apes,
iJresses, Coats, Ves'.s, Jackets. Pants, Umbrel
las, Parasols and Canes, Branches for liats,
Konnets and Millinery Goods,
Also, a large assortment of FANCY IS1KD CAGES.
154 Second St. Factory, 103 Second St.
MILWAUKEE ." WIS
Stretcher and Ikomno-
Boabd. Most perfect, dura-
hie and cheapest ironing-board in the world. Al
ways reaiy for use; needs no adjnstinc; fits any
shirt; never out of order. Acents Wanted.
G KEEN & FKAZIEli, Manufacturers,
53 & 155 S. Jefferson street,- CHICAGO.
We are A cents for Lyman & Frazier's Pal. Lamp
will plve encrjretlc
Susiness that will Pay
from $4 to f 8 per day, can be pursued in yonr own
neighborhood, and is strictly honorable. Particu
lars free, or samples worth several dollars that will
enable you to go to work at once, will be sent on
receipt of 50 cents.
Address J. LATHAM & CO.,
Box 2,154. 419 Washington St.. Boston. Mass.
Goodyear's Pocket Gymnasium.
XWDOBSID BT TUB MOST EMINENT TBTSICUSS.
Tie Hcrf 0:apl8tQ Cystcm
Or f.YHCJL KXKLI8
Ever Deviwsd tor Home
lOO.Wu In mkc by men,
wnnif-n and children.
L'wd standing, sitting or
Hundrtia of (rr.cefnl
For home, office, schools,
1 rr1ceLtst.-No.l, for Chil
dren 4 to i vpRr. $1 (HI- Ko.
2. for t'hifdren 6 t 8. H.M.
No. S. for Children R tn in. f 1 .31 No. 4. tor t:hildren 10 to 14,
fl 0. No 5. for Lsdies and Children 14 Tear, and upwards,
1.40. No. 6, for (ntlemi-n of moderate Mrenetli, $lJil.
No. 7, nsod by Ladies, Chiidreti or Ueuts. $2.tiU. No. 8.
for ttentlemen of extra HttenRtii. W. Fuil set, favtily
utf, 1 each. (I tn6i Two 7's and Twf', fl6.tk'. Nos.7 andS
are fitted with a sore-iv-ey? ai.d ti'iok to mtacli to the wall or
floor. A pair of No. 7. (jtllils or 8. (J Uk make a comidet.
0.emnas;uTl and Hfllth Lift. Sent p'st-pdid on receiptor
price. Exclusive AgHK!ios granted in unoeriiined territory.
Exclusive re'hts to sell the docket Jvninaiium aflord
the larirest p)A3ible returns for small investments. Its nates
re nearly universal wherever it is placed belore the pub
lic and its merits fully understood.
For Illustrated descriptive circulars, terms, Ac, address,
Goodyear Xinbber Curler Co.,
p. O. Bex 6,na. 97 Broadway, Mew York,
BCBBKB GOODS OF BVKBI UUiCkUTUIa.
Mr Drake of the Aruts. while In New York, carel
fully Inspected the above described Pocket Gymna
sium, and found it to be as stated by Goodyear
Rubher Curler Co., who are houorable and reliable
Plea atate in what paper yon saw UUa MvertiM'ii
for Merchants and others at lowest prices, withou t
aud Books at Publishers' rates.
to the bnsiness. State where you saw this adv.
of Medford Rum
Best Rum in the States. Duly authorized by Stst
No pains will be Bpared to maintain its puritj an:
OF old MEDFORD 1
UAMEL. LAttKUAUb & tu.?.
HCIWS'TETO" SEED DRILL & "NEW"
Hand Cultivator sow and cultivate all
kinds vegetables, uo won oi i
men. lib ll uiu cuempcM.
9 50 SSVv mce yiiu cuiuuiuw.
BROOKS, BANCROFT & CO.,
Jewelers' & Druggists' Boxes,
PINK AND WniTE COTTON TWINE,
RIBBON, WAX ETC.
' 31 Haw lev Street BOSTON.
CHAS. KAESTNER & CO,,
Also.Portahle Mills for Re-
Grinding Middl ngs. Brew
ery, Malt House and Distil
lery Machinery; Cast Iron
Mills for Coffee. Spice and
Farm use; Corn Sheller,
St?am Kiigmes, Horse Powers, etc,
03 South Canal Street,
Send for circular.
Grand Medal at Centennial.
Stariara Ttairiz? KilL
Standard Grifiditr 1K1L
Scourer, lirinder ftoi bolter.
H fret lone ty 4 IWt hirh.
Run with belt 4 inchei Me.
Flours 3 to 6 bushel" twr hear.
Ha double ventilating tHltr.
For flour, middling and bran,
Cfcvp every one hit own pritt.
Make? the best floor and yield.
For all substance wet or dry.
Rciltnf burr stone and iron.
For heary or light power.
Capacity of 9i inch rto&es.
Eoria! to any larger tiie.
Thickeft French burr ftonet
TX'ubie disc-harK f pouts.
Adinftable babbitt borea.
Solid sell-adjuftine bnrr.
Centennial Juciires award modal
ablr, vertical mill for mlithiu and good worlman
hip, economy and adaptability gfl
KPWARD HARMS) IV. NKW HAVEV, COW.
If you feel dull, drowsy, debilitated, have fre
quent headache, mouth tastes badly, poor appetite,
nnd tongue coated, ycu are suffering from torpid
liver, or "biliousness,"'' and nothing will cure you
so speedily and permanently as to
For ail Diseases of the Liver, Stomach,
and SpIecD. Tiie Cheapest, Purest and
Best Family Medicine in the World!
Ask the recovered dyspeptics. Bilious siifferes,
victims of Y. ver and Atrue, the mercurial diseased
patient, how they recovered health, cheerful spirita
and cood appetite they will tell you by taking
Simmon's Uvcr Uegulalor.
'great family medicine.
It contains four medical elements, never united
in the same happy proportion in any other prepar
ation, viz: A gfntle cathartic, a wonderful Tonic,
au unexceptionable Alterative and certain Correc
tive of a l :mporities of the body. Such signal suc
cess has at'euded its use, that it ie now regarded
For all diseases of the Liver, Stomach and Spleen.
AS A KEMKDY IN
Malarious I'evers. Uowel Complaints, Dyspepsia,
Mental Depression, Kestlessness, Jaundice, Nai
sea, fcilck Headache, Colic, Constipation, and Bili
ousness tarir has no equal, jsa '
Sold by all Druguists.
Liver Disease and Indigestion
prevail to a jrreater extent than
probably any other malady,and
relief is a:ways anxiously
onsrht after. If the Liver is
llCL-ulated m its action, health
health is almost invariably se
cured. Indite s tiju or want of action In the Liver
causes lieartuehe. Constipation, Jaundice, l'aln In
the Mioul er. Coiifzh, Dizziness, Sour Stomach,
bad taste ii (be mouh, bilious attacks, palpitation
of the heart, depression of spirits or ihe blues, and
a hundred other symptoms, SIMMONS' L1VKK
KKUCLATOK is the best remedy that has ever
beeu discovereu for tlieee aileients. It acts mildly,
effectually, and, herns a simple vegetable com
pound, can do no injury in any quantities that it
may be taken. It is harmless iu every way; it has
been for forty years, and hundreds of goom and
great from ail parts of the country will vouch for
its virtues, via: Hon Alexander II. Stephens, of
Georgia; Bishop Pierce, of Georgia; John Gill
Shorter, of Alabama; Geo. .lobn B.Gordon, Ii. L.
Mott, of Colnmbus. Go., are
are among the hundreds to
whom we can refer. Extract
of a letter from lion. Alexan
der H. Stephens, dated March
8, 18T2: '"I occasionally Ufe,
when my'conoiiion renu'ircs it,
Dr. Simmons' Liver Itegulator, with good effect.
It is mild, and suits me belter than more active
Bey no Powders ob
LIVfcli KEGULATOK un
less IN OL'lt ENOKAVEO
WBAFPER, WITH TBaDK
Mask, Staiip and Signa
t! be i'mbkoken.
J. H. ZEILIPJ & CO.,
MACON, GA.,and PHILADELPHIA.
Price, $1. Sold by all Druggists.
f f "iSi LJ! jiff
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