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Tueslay. July 10. 18774 Tit Vxt Speaker of the Home. Ever rince the advent of the present administration the air has been rife with rumori concerning the next Speaker. With unblushing effrontery, as well as with an air of assured authority.it has been given out from time to time that the ad ministration expected by the defection of Southern Democratic members to be able to secure the prize in the person of some one who would use the position for the benefit of the present administration. The claim has been based upon the supposed mollifying influence of Mr. Hayes' South ern policy, and the gratitude which South ern Democrats naturally feel for this unex pected amelioration of their political con dition. They are supposed not only to love the gift, but also to have become suddenly in love with the giver, This is the senti mental view of the case; and is very much as if a man should return thanks and do favors to one who had persistently wronged him for years but had at last been com pelled much against his will to do right A less sentimental and more prosaic statement of the grounds of hope entertain ed by the president and his partizans is the left handed bargain, called an understand ing hctvxen the parties, that in consider tion of Mr. Hayes allowing South Caro lina and Louisiana to pass from under the rule of Chamberlain and Packard the or ganization of the House should be allowed through votes of southern members to come under the control of Mr. Hayes' mends. imsideabas been, and is now, somewhat prevalent in various quarters and from time to time is revived in sundry shapes sufficiently often to keep the publio familiar with such a possibility. Although Mr. Garfield, who at that time seemed to be the presidential choice for Speaker, has denied the correctness of the language given in a letter purporting to have been written him by the president, requesting his withdrawal from the senatorial contest in Ohio, and in lieu thereof holdioK out the chance of his obtaining the Speaker ship, still the contents of the letter as pub lished are doubtless sufficiently near the real language used to give a fair import ot the text; and what is of much greater importance, the letter goes to show that for some rr ison the president at that time entertained strong hopes of Garfield's success, Of course every member, whose previous political affiliations were of such character as to make defection from his party appear like desertion from the ranks and treason to his associates, was ready to cry out "Lord is it I," and some who were mentioned by name as being probably in the scheme took the trouble of making an emphatic publio denial; nevertheless the periodic, and to the Democratic party, un welcome revival of such rumors, and the attendant political speculations in regard to the possibility of such an event, have roused the several prominent Democratic candidates for the position into unusual activity, and the contest which naturally 1 under the circumstances would remain partly in abeyance daring the interval of the summer heats and the congressional vacation is receiving constant and vigilant attention. So recently as July 5, the Mlc In informed Recent advices from the W'ltito Sulphur Spring! indicate that In number the ttfndauco of Demo cratic congressmen there will le Urge. S. S. Cox (ins engaged moms for the 20th of J u It. Fernando Wood for the Huh. Senator Randolph for the KI'li. iiov. Walker, of Virginia In already there. W. W. Corcoran and Ocn. Joseph K. Johnston have se cured iiiarters for the 1'ith instant. Wilt Styler will not go until after the Ohla couvontton on the 'IMh. Sergeantat-Arms Thompson will also go at t lie same time. Morrison and Blackburn hive both promised to go. Mr. Randall has not yet Big lined his intentions. Indications are thut about one hundred Democratic members of the next house win be at the white Sulphur between the 25th of July and the middle of Augut. Vr Contra, the public Is duly advised bv the nine authority (Washington dispatch) tha't "A Democratic member of congress from the south wesi is aumoruy lor me statement that a move ment Is on foot among his colleagues from that aectlon, which will he likely to disturb the serenity of the Democratic camp seriously. He savs that there Is a good deal of correspondence going on with a view to selecting a competent man from the south for the speakership. The movement pro ceeds upon tno fact that of the hundred and flfty Democrats who will take part In organising the house, eighty-three are from states south o? the rotoinac, wtille twenty-seven more are from west ern slates, whose representatives have little natural afflnlty with eastern candidates like Mr. Handall nnn wr. Uox. Out or these hundred and ten mem kers from the south and west. It Is believed that i clear majority of the caucus can be obtained to support some southern Democrat who favors an ap proval of the president's policy towards the south! I he argument used la that the northern radicals are rapidly tailing Into line In hostility to the pres ident, that they are the bitter enemies of the south and that, therefore, the sagacious course lor south ern representatives to pursue Is to antagonize mem. a meeting of congressmen likely to favor una project win probably he held at the Hot Springs of Arkansas early In September. If It '' on u win De a sort ol Dre 1 1 miliar v mnma In iuira 10 m nuuu rtuipnnr Springs gather g- i iiv I'BiMiiuaii-n utiaea or are John li. itimom. of Texas. Randolph Tucker, of Virginia, aud Han uau unison, ol t-oulsiana.' hatever approval Democrats may bo willing to give the administration, it ought not, and we are confident it docs not, ex tend in that direction or to that extent, 1 he senato is already within the reach of the Democratic party, and within less than the life time ot tho present administration will in all probability bo under its coutrol Ihere is no valid reason so long as the Democratic organization exists why should surrender ihe control of the house. If done through sympathy with Mr. Hayes southern policy, the thing would be un paralleled weakness and sentimental clap trap; it done as the result of bargain and 5 ! ... uiirigue, posterity would never ceasa to donounce it as a corrupt and unworthy .,. ffln f, , , , , it i'ir. n ayes can introduce and es tablish thorough and needed reforms, al . .1 ! . . . kuuu uuucnj wiwout distinction ot party should rejoico and assist him in his efforts To do this is one thing, to expect a party in possession to relinquish its organization and surrender its supremacy to the contro ot a president whose legal election it has always denied, and whose only claim upon its support is a few quasi acts of negation lowarasme party which cave him his office, is an assumption of stupidity on the part of the Democrats which seems to us incredible. , As yet, we see nothing which inauces me Dcliet that Democratic mem bers of the house will commit such stupendous piece of folly. There is another and important viow me spcsnership m which we do feel a deep interest, but in which we have less confi dence as to tho result. We are very de lilt a ciueuiyin lavor of a western man for speaker, or, at least we desire Borne one who is not soul and body civen to th bondholders and committed irrevocably to ine moneyed, interest; aa every one knowa the entire course of legislation is mapped out and controlled, either by the speaker's rulings and personal efforts, or through the agency of the committees appointed by him. The interests of the west, and by that term we mean the country lying west ward of the Alleghenies, has heretofore, for the most part, been unfairly shorn of its rightful influence and place in shapeing the policy of legislation, and its financial importance and welfare either quietly ignored or wilfully overlooked. It is time this was remedied, and it can best be done by the election of a western man as speaker. In this the Bouth has nearly or quite the same interest, and the union of these two divisions of the country in a joint effort to secure the speakership, in our opinion, would be politic and desirable There is much more of advantage to the whole country to be gained by such a com bin at ion as this, than in all the conciliation and doubtful promisee of Mr. Hayes and his coterie of reformers. Judge- Bradley on Robeson. From tlu N. Y. World. The following letter was read at the recent Robeson banquet in Trenton: Washington, June 5J2, is 7. lfr. J". A. Patts and others, CommUtt, Gentlemen: It would give me great pleasure to attend the banquet to be given to Mr. Robeson at Trenton on the 2d of July, but I do not think I shall be able to do so. Mr. Robeson has been so persist ently maligned by a reckless and dishonest press that his friends do well to show their continued confidence in him as a man and aJersevman. 1 hope the gathering wil be such as to make it a marked rebuke to the public slanders which have been heap ed upon him. Respectfully and truly yours, Joseph P. RbadleV. If such a letter was really written by Mr. Justice Bradley, of tje Supreme Court of the United states, a great many old-fashioned people will be very apt to say that there is sharp need not only of civil-service reform, but of judicial-service reform also, in this country, ine Dan auet" to which the letter refers was pnrely political affair, as the writer must have known, rso one outside of a certain clique, a party within the republican party itself, was expected to be present, its ot iect was a vindication of the conduct ot Mr. ltobeson as Secretary ot the JNavy against various criticisms and charges which have been made against him not only by a "reckless and dishonest Ipress, but on the floor ot Uoneress and by a sum bor of persons of character in both politica parties. These allegations against Mr, Robeson have been made in such circum stances and in such a way that nothing tut a careful judicial investigation can possi blv enable anv conscientious person to say whether they are or are not "reckless and dishonest." and yet Mr. Justice Bradley (if he wrote this letter), without having had the least opportunity to make such an inquiry rushes into a political gathering to utter; jud;ment thereon! Half a century ago. or even a quarter of a century ago such conduct on the part of a justice of our highest national tribunal would have been simply impossible. In those days everybody felt that a man who ascended that high place of justice had turned his back forever upon the strife of partisan paksioo. In those early days no lawyer ever dreamt of soliciting, either personally or through friends, an appointment to the Federal bench, and therefore when the federal judges were appointed they bad no party to serve or reward less extensive than tho whole people and the whole nation. How is it now Are we not by ow and short but certain and fatal steps going back to the judicial theory and prac tice of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries in England, when the king was assumed to sit in person to administer the law and judges were simply hia personal representatives? We have substituted a political party tor the king, and the man ners of our time will no longer tolerate the savagery and cruelty udou tne pencn which disgraced the days ot Jeffreys and ofScroggs. But have we not in certain other things quite returned to Jeffreys aud tobcroggsf It was Jenreys not a bad ! lawyer, remember who said in a peech to his successor in the chiet-justice- ship: lie sure to execute the law to tne utmost or its vengeance upon those that are now known (and we have reason to remember them) by the name of Whigs. After the general improvement 10 the moral tone of English civilization between the end of the sixteenth and the middle of the uinteenth centuries, nothing did so much to secure to liberty the alliance in stead of the antagonism of law as the change in the middle of the eighteenth century which made English judges independent cf the power by which they were appointed. The judi cial independence, and its result of a lofty judicial indifference as between political parties, our forefathers in America saw to be threatened bv the attempts or the "king s friends, and, warned by the example, they endeavored in organizing our system to preserve it, and they did preserve it down to the "legal tender cases," the latest decision in which cases, it will be remembered, followed so closely upon the elevation to tho bench of Justices Bradley and Strong. In the Cab met wnicn nominated both ot these ius tices Mr. Robinson sat, and in the senate which confirmed thom both Mr, Preling huyson sat. It would be curious to trace the resemblances, as to both court and counsel, between the reversal of the early egal-tendcr decision and the counting in of l resident Hayes. 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The working surface is in one piece of Jessop's bect tool ;ast stekl, accurateiv ground, tiara ened and given the proper temper for the heav WOrK. The horn is i tonjn untumperea stee! The cast steel surface is warranted to be ouglily welded and not to come ot. PRICE LIST. October 1st, 1870. Anvils weighing HX lbs. to 800 Ttis. y cts per Tb Smaller Anvils, ("Minims. ') from $2.75 to f s each Qooley's Patent Combination TOE-CALKS. Put np iu boscs containing 25 lbs, pjefa. These Toe-Calks are made from Steel converted from carefully selected brands of Norway and Swedes Iron by a special process which ensures the utmost case iu welding, together with the greatest durability in wear. For sale by all iron, steel and hardware dealers throughout Mew England Manufactured solely by C. F. DEWICK & CO., SfiO Dorchester Ave., Sou in Dor ton, 51 ass. EGSQg-STSETCSIS, GREKN'S PATENT SHIRT-BOSOM, STRETCH er and Ironing Board. Most perfect, durabls and cheapest ironing-board in the world. 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For the Lanndrr y or Toilet is EQtTAX to Whits Castila Soap, for it U made of , and by the same process, which retains all the natural healing MITCH EJBSS than the imported article that it is rapidly coini ETiBUi oil. oils. It costs HO tun. Behold nas. T The nso of Ooioasn Honps Is condemned by Physicians as liable to produce skin duoases. Tbs PURITY or the White only by raociKB a gamble, (Jincinnati bold by all MISFIT CARPETS. Ml I English .Brussels, Three Ply and Velvet ItUgS, UrumD tJIOtHS, VJll ;oma, 112 FULTON STREET, Carpets carefully packed and sent to Send for Price List. WIHE GO CD 3. J. MONEY & CO., - Mannfacturera-of Diamond Wire Window Guards OFFICE AND COUNTER RAILINGS, 1 Fire Guards, Seives, Riddles, Screens of all DesciirJ- tions, and Wire Wor generally. Office, 807 Second Street, MILWAUKEE, v is gyAlso sole Agents for German InsectJ'owder SSAtES. DOWN WITH HIGH PRICES. CHICAGO SCALE CO., ! & 70 W. Monroe Street, CHICAGO, ILL. 4 ton Hay Scales, $60; old price. $160. All other sizes at a ereat reduction. .All Scales Warranted bend for circular aud price list. WOMEN! TTSE LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S Veffetable 00111001111(1 O THE SURE CCRE FOR PROLAPSUS UTERI, .AND All Female Complaints I A Remedy that is rapid 1 y taking the place ot all otner Preparations for the Cure of all Female Weaknesses ! This Compound, which 's purely vegetable, has entirely cored the most stubborn cases that have battled the skill of our best physicians, and thous ands of persons who were considered as incurable before this remedy was discovered have been re st oied to perfect health by its use. m Worth $1,000 in a Single Cass, Burlington, Vt , Dec. 15th, 1876. Mrs. Ltdia E. Pinkham: It is with nleaure that we are able to say that in every case reported to us jour Vegetable Compound has triven uni versal satisfaction. One gentleman told us to-day that it bad done his wife a thousand dollars worth of good,' as he expressed it. Our customers with out a Bincle exception, cpeak ol it In the highest terms of praise. Yon are at liberty to make use of this in advertising if vou choose. Yours very re speclfnllv. 11. B. STEAHNS & CO., Druftgtsts. fSTThe Famphlet "Guide to Womeu" will be seut free to any address by enclosing stamp to LYDIA E. PIN MAM, Lynn, Mass. Lydia E. IKnkKatris Vegetable Compound Is sold by all Druggists at $1 per bottle. Whole sale Agents George C. Goodwin & Co., No. 83 Hanover street, and Carter, Uftiria Hawley, No. ATtti Washingten street. Boston. JAMAICA BEWARE OP WORTHLESS IMITA TIONS AND COUNTER! EITS. IIOWNS ESSENCE OF PKBPAiiEI) OSLI BT Frederick Brown PHILADELPHIA, PA. THIS RELIABLE PREPARATION, one of he oldest of American pharmaceutical Products, atill maintains its enviable reputation, and finds Hcadily increasing sale without advertising, and in suite of piracv. Its high reputation has tempted the cupidity ot parties, whose only excuse for their nnfair simula tions, exists in the great popularity of the original, iuu neeiueuiai similarity oi meir names. BROWN'S ESSENCE OF JAMAICA GINGER is protected by the private Proprietary Stamp of the manufacturer, which is incorporated with the SLeui piaie engraving, The attention of Druggists and the trade get erally. is called to the Price List of INRUSH & FRENCH MEDICINES AND PHARMACEUTICAL PREPARATIONS, Which will be mailed on application. FEEDEEICK BROWIJ, Established 182 IMPORTING, MANUFACTURING AND DIS PENSING CHEMIST, North Bast Corner Fifth and Chestnut Streets PHILADELPHIA, PA. I Brown" GINGER will be found invaluable in all case of Cramp or other disorders caused by change of water or bad water, and a few drops used regu larly by travelers will usually act as Preventive, aud ward off such attacks. To the aged and those recovering from illness, a small quantity with a Jttle sweetened water will be found to give strength and refreshment: the Ginger having no reaction, which is the great objection to the use ol alcoholic stimulants. Producing all the pood effects of a Mustard Plaster, (without the possibility of blister ing the skin.) its application on flannel ia moat effi cacious. And In the case of persona predisposed 1.0 Rheumatism and Gouty Affections, It la of great aervice, (used to rub with,) leyileware ol Counterfeits. Jamaica in PUKE TEG. Qualities of tho tug into general ib perfectly bamleM. Mad wholesale and retail crocers. Ingrain, also, btair Uarpets. eto., very encau at iuo uiu i laue - - NEW YORK. any part of the U. S. free of charge. J. ' A. BENDALL, ASTIFISAL LIHSS (ZZ EOBEET BATY, 1 Manufactnrerf JJ ARTIFICIAL LIMBS. Office for the North west of Dr. Bly's Celebrated Patent Lim'is, as the following will show: Hoch8Tb, N. Y., Sept. 1, 18T4. Robert Batt, Esq., Milwaukee, Wis. Dear Sir: You are the only parry authorized to make my Patent Legs in the Northwest, there be ing no one in Chicago authorized to manufacture any of my patents. Yours &c, DR. BLi. Bly's Limbs manufactured on Government orders. Apparatus for Shortened Limbs and all Dcforml ties. For particulars address ROBERT BATY, 106 Wisconsin Street Milwankee Wis. ELLING THE "INFALLIABLB FIRE KIN- DLEU" pavs better than digging for uold ! t My Agents" have sometimes made at high at 50 in a day ! I Every family in orae entire towns, even, have bought one Thousands of Testimonials and Diplomas from ail parts of the Onion! Six year of use, with increasing and overwhelming sales. Agents wanted for every nnoccup.ed Town and County in the States and Canadas. Circnlare riving full particulars sent on call. A Kindler et to ny oue wishing to become an Agent, for 50 cents. Agents receive their territory free. Address K. P. SMITH. Drawer 12, Belolt, Wis. Round Trip Tickets for Land Bnyen. THE BURLINGTON & MISSOURI River Railroad Land Company ARE OFFERING SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS TO those wishing to purchase their valuable land, in the way of Low Prices, Long Credit and Low Interest. "Through their agents, JOfiN OCHS ft SON, of Davenport, Iowa, they are selling round trip tickets from Rock Island to any point where their lands are situated in Southern lews and Nebraska, comprising some of the finest land in the West, whiCt) is situated, within the great 'agricultural bolts," where poor crops are unknown, The price of these' round-trip tickets is applied on the first payment of land purchased from the Company. Reduced rates on this railroad are given to families going to locate on the Company'a lands, and also a heavy discount on freight rates in car-load loia ol goods, atock, etc., which la for the settlers' own use. For tickets, maps and description of land, Drives, terms. &c. call noon or write to JOHN OCHS & SON, Davenport, Iowa. Corner Second and Harrison streets. BIHGHAM HOUSE, Eleventh and Market Streets, PHILADELPHIA PA. First 2nd Floors, f3.00 rer dav; 3rd & 4ih Floors $2,50 per day. Ccitt.is DArts, Proprieto. PEORIA HOUSE, East corner Public Square, PEORIA ILLS. Cms, A. Dbasb, Prppriebpt, Rate reduced to $ Ot ; Ji 50: 3 00 per day. AMERICAN HOTEL Chestcat Street, opposite Independence Hall. PHILADELPHIA........... rt. " 8. M. nBULINGS, Proprietor. Dally Anucs kept on file. Cbas. Reokibb. -Clerks- -Bkh. W. Swors J. U. Birbt, Book-keeper. WALHUT ST., HOUSE Walnut Street, Bet, 6th and 7th Streets, CINCINNATI,- OHIO dwly C. S. GREEN, Proprietor. BABNUIO HOTEL, ST. LOUIS, ...MO IN order to meet the wants of the transient pat roue of this Hotel, rates have been reduced to fi.50 and $2.00 per day, according to location of rooms. Its eminent standing will be fully main tained in every particular, . LV A. PRATT, Proprietor FREN CH'S HOTEL, Oif THE EUROPEAN PLAN, Opposite City Hall, Park. Court House, and New Post Offipe, NEW YORK. All Modern Improvements, including Elevator Rooms, $1 per day and upwards. T.J.FRENCH & BROS,, Proprietors, NEWHALL HOUSE MILWAUKEE, ns J. F. ANTISDEL Proprietor. The present proprietors of this Elegant Hoie have spared neither money or pains in furnishing and improving the house; and with the improve Otis Elevator, recently pot in It cannot be excelled for convenience and comfort to the traveling public COSMOPOLITAN HOTEIi, Corner of Chambers Street, and West Broadway, NEW YORK. ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN. First-class accommodations for 400 guests. Loca ted conveniently to business and places of amuse ments, cars from all depots pass the door. Rooms from $1 to $5 per day. Newly and handsomely lut mahed and decorated. - N. A S. J. HUGGIS. Proprietors. N. Huggins, formerly of Manha ten Hotel. S. J Hugging, formerly of Lovejoy's Hotel. HOTEL DOYENSHIRE. Opposite Grand Central Depot, on 41st and 4id S ibet. 4th and 5th Avenues, New York. Thk Hotel Devonshire it a new first claii Ho tel, elegantly furnished and well ventilated, livery room is bright and cheeriuL The hotel is a modern structure, built expressly for Bret-class bouM..and has every modern Improvement. It is conducted on the European Plan, at moderate charges. Persons vieiting the city will save carriage hire and secure the best accommodations for the omallest costly stopping at the Hotel Devonshire, ASHLAND HOUSE, ypuriU Ave, Cor,i4th!St., New YorklOity. American and European Flan. The central location of the "Ashland" makes it' very desirable place for strangers, being one block from Madison Park, also Broadway, and only a short distance from any of the principal places of amusement. By taking either 23d St., cross town, or Fourth Avenue Street t ars, access may be had direct from the door, to any part of the city. MR. EDWARD A. JOHNSON, will be fonnd in charge of the office, where he bas presided for eight years, and will not fall to give satisfaction to guests. Room and Boabd-$2,00, $3,50 and $3 per Day Rooms f 1 per Day and Upwards. HU, &KOC&WA7, Proprietor