BOCX IStAJTD, XXX.XJTOXS.
TutJBiay. August 23, 187L
Kidnapping1 Characteristic of Grant'
The New York Sun Bays that the publi
cation by the Washington correspondent
of the Cincinnati Gazette of the facts eon
nected with the conspiracy to kidnap Ray
mond II. Perry of Rhode Island, revives
the memory of the darkest page in the
history of Grant's administration.
Mr. Perry had revealed certain transac
tions relating to the San Domingo enter
prise which were regarded by those con
cerned in that undertaking as exceedingly
damaging; and they determined to put
him out of the way; For this purpose, as
appears by the evidence given to the world
lone since by tho A'un and now renewed
and extended by the Gazette, Gen. Bab
cock, Grant's most confidential secretary
and his special agent in San Domingo,
conspired with various persons in the de
tective servico of the treasury department
to have a bogus charge of murder raised
against Perry in an obscure part of Texas,
and then to kidnap him in Rhode Island
and carry him oil to Texas, either to kill
him there or to incarcerate him in some
prison from which he could not possibly
be released for an indefinite period ot time,
These aro the isimple facts as established
by the testimony; and while it is possible
that such a conspiracy could have been
gotten up by men so near to Grant, and in
the interest of a project out of which he
and his friends expected to make a great
deal of money, without his knowing and
assenting to it, yet who can believe that
such was the case? Besides, if he did
not know it and agree in it, would he not
have resented it and punished it when the
truth of the matter was brought tu his
knowledge by its publication in tho Sun
some years ago?
After an attempt to kidnap, which cer
tainly was devised and carried on with the
full knowledge of President Grant, was
that made by Henry D. Gooke and Alex
ander R. Shepherd, when they under
took to carry off Mr, Dana from this city
to Washington that Judge Blatchford
turned it out of court as soon as the case
was heard by him. On that occasion, too.
there is little reason to doubt that behind
the kidnapping scheme there was a deadly,
Akin to both these operations was the
sate-burglary conspiracy, in which Babcock
was likewise a conspicuous actor, all his
confederates beine in the same manner
intimate friends of President Grant. A
more wicked crime was never undertaken
than that which failed with the failure of
this conspiracy; but the guilt of the vil
lains who concocted it, and the deep suspi
cion which his close connection with them
caffs upon the name of Grant, cannot be
eradicated from the memory of men.
Similar to these was the conspiracy of
Grant's Scretary of the Navy to entice
Mr. Whitthorne of the House of Repre
sentatives, Chairman of an investigating
committee into a house of ill fame in
Washington in order that he might there
have him arrested, and thus gain over him
a power to control the investigation and
hinder the presentation in the House or
the publication of any damaging report.
Conspiracies to kidoap, conspiracies to
blacken innocent persons with unfounded
accusations of crime, form one of the most
remarkable characteristics of Grant s Ad
iniuistratioo. They seem almost incredible,
eveu at this brief distance, and yet they
actually occurred as we have stated. And
yet Gen. Grant and some of his friends
still think he may be nominated for a third
term lor President of the United states!
CIVII. SERVICE RErORK.
How Stanley Matthews Traded the
Toledo Post Office for Votes
From Itio Toledo Journal.
A fw days since a very prominent citi
Ben of Cincinnati visited Toledo, who was
en route to Put in-Bay. This gentleman
said that ho supposed he was one of the
parties who was instrumental in bringing
llecd and Matthews together. He was at
Columbus during the senatorial contest, in
the interest of Matthews. He talked ith
Heed, and ascertained that he was for
Tuft, and that he had, or claimed to con
trol. from three to live votes of the north
western Ohio delegation. He saw that
Reed was anxious for something, and he
inferred from certain words and hints that
he dropped, that he could be "fixed" for
Matthews. "I then saw Matthews," ho
said, "and advised him to secure Heed, as
the contest was likely to be close. An in
tervinw was arranged and Reed was fixed."
v hat transpired between need and
Matthews no one knows but tho two parties
present. Perhaps it was another party, a
confidential friend of Matthews, who fixed
Heed and his three or lour votes, It is
certain that Reed went to Columbus in the
interest ot latt ; that certain representa
tives from northwestern Ohio, who were
in Reed's interest, were also for Taft; that
Reed was in the Taft caucus, preceding
the legislative caucus. It is also certain
that he changed; and that he changed
very suddenly to Matthews alter a certain
interview, either with Matthews or a friend
of Matthews, upon the promise of afedera!
office. It is also true, and we stand ready
to prove it, that after said senatorial elec
tion, in winch ueed s strength was voted
for Matthews, an arrangement was made
by Matthews with President Hayes, to
have fowling removed and Alexander
Reed appointed postmaster, and that at
the tame time Matthews wrote to Gov.
Cox, informing him of the contemplated
change. It has been a mystery to many
citizens of Toledo why President Hayes
was induced to make the change, in direct
and flagrant violation of his civil service
rules. There is but one explanation tor
this, and that is, Stanley Matthews de
manded the change. It is a well-known
tact that no charges whatever have been
preferred against Capt. Howling; it is also
an undisputed fact that the president said
to Capt Howling after his inauguration,
that he would not be removed while his
record was so correct. He said the same
thing, substantially, to William Baker, of
loledo, and to another very distinguished
public official in Washinaton.
Now, with all these facts well established
and uncontroverted. are we not iustified in
the assertion that thtf whole transaction is
tainted with fraud and corruption of the
most degrading kind r
An English Substitute for Spelling
One of our most respectable suburbs has
the credit of having invented an amusement
wnicn ohouia make the busy "spelling-bee"
and the homely "at home" hide their
aiminuned beads. A number of worthy
citizens in Lower Holloway. alarmed at the
progress of democratic and atheistical
opinions, have formed themselves into a
society tor giving (and receiving) political
and theological readings. The members
meet every Wednesday and Saturday
evening, and read Butler's "Analogy" and
llobbd' "De Cive," "without note or com
ment. Their wives knit and listen, and
hand sandwiches and a "modest Quencher."
the modern l'iokwickians all go quietly to
bed in the grim' belief that the empire is
safe till next reading night There might
be worse pills against the earthquake than
mis uouoway one,
. Good Crops.
Tile Chicago 2ime$ says that tho evi
dence that the large American crop will be
in active demand over the water, and that,
consequently, prices must be good, accu
mulates as rapidly as the greatest bull in
the grain market could desire. All the
English journals point out that the crop in
England is bad, that it is worse on the
continent, and that Russia is not sending
near as much grain to the English market
as was her wont America will have sub
stantially a clcarfield. Mr. Jennings, the
London correspondent of 27te New York
"We now know auite enoueh to be sure
that the English harvest will be far below
the average, and the ordinary supplies
from Russia will be much interfered with,
it not wholly diverted from these shores.
It is to America that England must look
for the supplies requisite to make up her
own deficiency in food. It is evident, too,
mac tne war will not be over so soon as
some people supposed. Russia is at the
time 1 write in a position of great peril, and
I have heard some military men express
an opinion that another defeat such las
that at Plevna would cause the whole cam
paign to collapse, and compel the Czar to
make peace on any terms. Nothing short
ot such a contingency as that actually h ap
pending would induce me to believe in its
possibility. It is far more probable that
Russia will go on 'pegging away,' no mat
ter at what cost or sacrifice. The longer
the war lasts the more certainly must the
United States become the greatemporium
of the world, Of course such an advan
tage is merely temporary, and it would not
do to depend too much upon it. Still a
temporary advantage is not to be despised
in hard times."
Good crops, good prices, good times.
This has been the invariable rule. The
effect for this crop year may not be felt
until next sprint-, but it is coming,
Deadwood In Brief.
Correspondence New York Times.
There is no such place anywhere. It
shows up in its worst forms the "fast and
flash" American trait. A little over a year
ago the site of this swarming camp was a
part of the howling wilderness. To-day
there are along the streets, and up and
down the gulches, within a mile, over 10,000
people. Here is a city of 4,000 inhabi
tants, with a floating population ot 2,000
more. About 1,500 houses and huts, and
hundreds of tents up the hillsides, an
academy, church, two daily newspapers,
four banks, twenty lawyers, physicians,
dentists, artists, club-houses, theatres in
full blast every night, the streets thronged
with speculators, tramps, and bummers;
gambling hells open l11 day long, and
cappers on every corner watching for
the next "victim" such is a hasty glance
at Deadwood. It is a place in which the
few pray upon the many. You cannot buy
anything tor less than a quarter; your
living costs you double what it would at
Denver or bait Lake City. lou can t
step iu any direction without facing some
device for, getting rid ot your money.
They have even got a "corner" ou postage
stamps, and you must pay from a dime to
a quarter for a three-cent stamp.
Senator Biainc is responsible for the fol
lowing good story; The mortality during
the last session of the Forty third congress
was unusually great. Messrs. Hooper and
Crocker of Massachusetts, Hersey of
Maine, Rice of Chicago, and several other
members died during the session, and a
Saturday afternoon was set apart for the
customary eulogies. On the day before,
General Butler went up to the speakers
to inquire what the order of exercises was
to be. Mr. Blaine replied that the ar
rangements on such occasions were gener
ally made by tho colleagues of the member
whose elogies were to be pronounced, and
that General Butler could probably learn
what the ordor of exercises would be by
asking almost any one of his fellow mem
bers from Massohusets. "Well," said
General Butler, "I'm not in the eulogistic
ring, but I'll be d d if 1 don't make a
speech on old Hooper if they don't shut
me off with the previous question." New
1 he country is crowded with statesmen
whose eyes are so fixed upon 1880 that they
are unable to perceive what is going on un
der their noses. If you startle one of them
with a political question, he is apt to reply
with a disquisition on rapid transit, or the
moons of Mars. They are like the humble
menial who was always dwelling upon the
problems of existence when she ought to
have been mopping the floor. When her
mistress wa aboutto upbraid her for slow
ness, she stopped all remonstrances by ask
ing, as she gave the mop a vigorous twist,
v hen tne heavens and the earth pass
"away, mum, where shall we bo?" in the
air?" When the political fogs lift in 1880,
where will all the dreamers and dodgers be
left? in the air?
Workingmen with grievances will do well
to examine the example set by miners em
ployed by the Illinois Coal and Iron Com
pany at LaSalle. The company is in the
hands of a receiver appointed by the Unit
ed States circuit court, and the men, hav
ing satisfied themselves that they had been
wronged by the receiver, came into court.
and, after setting forth their plea, rely up
on the laws for such relief as they may be
entitled to. That this is the most sensible
action yet taken by disappointment work
ingmen, there can be no quibble, and this
patient submission to the laws will operate
far more toward securing them sympathy
than all the strikes they could originate.
Even Grant, who was' never squeamish
in such matters, did not venture to rein
state Benjamin P. Ruckle after he bad been
cashiered, punished as a thief, andsehtenc
ed to imprisonment for robbing the widows
and orphans of negro soldiers. It was re
served for Hayes to restore Runkle to the
service which he had disgraced, and to es
tablish a precedent which opens the door for
every thief dismissed from the army.
Tho object of Hayes speech-making tour
through northern New England, it is said
by his friends, is to convince tho people of
that region that he is not the deep and
dangerous conspirator against tho liberties
of tho country they have taken him to be
but simply a harmless idiot, and with the
aid of poor Key his trip has been a great
, The national board of trade declares in
favor of resumption and calls for additional
legislation to faciliate the execution of the
act .of 1373. ' It recommends the enact
ment of a law authorizing the funding o
greenbacks in 4 per cent bond3 running 40
years, the funding to be at the rate
$10,000,000 a month, or 120,000,000
year, till greenbacks will be at par with
Legal Blanks, of all kinds for file at
lux a&qus Omcx
The Ohio campaign has opened in earn
est and all the heavy guns are being
brought to the front, Mr. Pendleton, and
Gen. Ewing on the democratic side, justly
charge the hard times, low wages, strike?,
debts, stagnation of business and all that
to the misrule and class legislation of the
republicans for the last seventeen years
and it is evident that the Republicans are
greatly harassed by this fire on their flank
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St. Charms. Mo
I recommend it to everyone for the above com
plaints, i his lantiueut has done great wonders.
Toura turly, Fked Hackxan.
OT. I.lltHK. MO.
I can recammend Vordick's Rheumatic Liniment
as one cf the greatest Liniments the world can pro
duce I had a very sere hand, sprained while
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catching a fly ball. Yours truly,
Catcher of Red Stockings Base Bail Club.
St. Louis, Mo.
I always keep Vordick's Celebrated Rheumatic
Liniment,iu the house. It la a good remedy for all
it claims above. i G Gather,
St. Louis Four-Mile House.
I recommend It to all afflicted. It ie a friend In
the house. Yours truly, Sbth Chapman,
It is a great Liniment for all pains. It makes no
difference where you have a pain, it will cure It.
Yours truly, Henbt Kow.
' California, Mo.
It Is a great remedy for Rheumatism aud Neu
ralgia, 1 say it will cure every case.
I am youre, j0HN Howard.
I sell Vordick's Rheumatic Liniment In my store.
The all praise It every day when they come to me
for it. Yours, Herbt Wrdebkehpeb.
Thousands more of testimonials, but space doee
not allow more.
Jefferson Avenue and Benton St, ST. LOTJIS.
bold by ali Rock island Druggists.
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English Brussels, Three Ply and
velvet ttngs, urumb Uiotns, Uil Uloths,
112 FULTON STREET, -
Carpets carefully packed and sent to
Send for Price List.
Will positively afford relief by external
application. It cures on the instant Neu
ralgia, Nervous Headache, Rheumatism,
Toothache, Earache, and all nervous pains,
SO AS B5T MAGIC.
Sold by all Druggists at 50 cts. and $1
For gale in Bock Island by John Bengeton.
J. MONEY & CO.,
Diamond Wire Window Guards
OFFICE AND COUNTER RAILINGS,
Fire Guards, Seives, Riddles, Screens of all Descrip
tions, and Wire Work generally.
Office, 907 Second Street...... MILWAUKEE, WIS
: 3Alo sole Agents for German Inseet Powder
WITH HIGH PRICES.
CHICAGO SCALE CO..
6S& 70 W.Monroe Street, CHICAGO, ILL.
4-ton Hay Scales, $G0;2old price. $160.
All other sizes at a great reduction. All Scales
Warranted end for circular and price list.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
THE SURE CCRK FOR
All Female Complaints !
A Remedy that is rapidly taking the place of all
other Preparations for the
Cure of all Female Weaknesses !
This Compound, which s tmrelT vegetable, haa
entirely cured 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
stated ;o perfect health by its use.
Worth $1,000 in a Single Cass.
BunuNOTON, Vt , Dec. 15th, 1S76.
Mrs. Ltdia K. Pikkbaii:- It is with nleauire
that we are able to say that in every case reported
to ns your VBSBTABLKCoarpotrND has given uni
versal satisfaction. One gentleman told ns to-dav
that it had done his wife a thousand dollars worth
of good, as he expressed it. Our customers with
out a single exception, speak of it in the highest
terms of praise. You are at liberty to make use of
this in advertieine if you choose. Yours very re
spectfully. H. B. S TEA HNS CO., Drnee'ieta.
PIFTbe Pamphlet "Guide to Women" will be
sent free to any adess by enclosing stamp to
LYDIA E. FINKHAM, Lynn, Mass.
Lydia E. Pinkhamt Vegetable Compound
Is sold by all Druggists at f 1 per bottle. Whole
sale Agents George C. Goodwin & Co., No. 88
Hanover street, and Carter, Hatris Hawley, No.
356 Washlnpten street. Boston.
EILVEE PLATED WISE.
SMI FLATS COMFY;
Show Rooms, 21 Maiden Lane, X. Y.
Factories, West Meriden, Conn
Plated Tea Sets
Ice Pitchers, Castors,
Coffee and Ice Water Urns?
Spoons Sc -ITorliS,
Pearl, Ivory and Steel Handled
KNIVES. tScC, &C, 4&C.
13?" These Goods can be found at all First Class
Dea.trs in Plated Ware. In purchasing call for
Vtr WILCOX'S QUADRUPLE PLATE. flEJ
4 p'ffi j v
Ingrain, also, Stair Carpets,
etc., very cneap at the Uld flace
- - NEW YORK.
any part of the U. S. free of charge. t
J. A. BENDALL,
S5 BATCH BLOB'S CELEBRATED HAIR DYE.
best in the world. Tbe inyentor has used this
splended Hair De for 87 years with benefit to tbe
bair, and no injury to bis health ; proof that it ie
the only true and perfeet Dye, Harmless, reliable.
Instantaneous. No disappointment; no ridiculm
tints ; remedies the 111 effects of bnd dyes ; leaves
the hair soft and beautiful Black ur Brown Sold
and properly applied at BATCHLOR'S Wig Fac
tory. No. 18 Bond street, N. T, Sold by all drug
MOSQUITO BITES, VEGETABLE PQ1S0HS,
Ring-Worm, Barn, Chilblains, Itching of the Head
and all Eruptions of the Skin, Face or Body imiue
diately cured by Batchelor's Curative Ointment.
Sold wholesale and retail at Factory, No. is Bund
street, and by all druggists.
V, A. BATCHELOR'S ALASKA SEAL OIL
for the Hair. The Best Halr.OM in use
BEAUTIFUL TEETH I . WHITE AS PEARLS!
Sound, Healthy Gums,Breath Fragrant as the Roee
secured by using W. A. Batchelsr'e Dentifrice. Sold
wholesale and retail at Factory, Ho. ltt Bond street,
N. Y. and by all druggists.
W, I. BATCHELOB'S SEW CTETIQUE
Black or Bn wn for tinting thejlla.
Whiskers or Mustachois without greasing them.
Sold wholesale and retail at factory, 16 Bond St.'
New York, and by all drugfrtsta. Ask for them.
GREEN'S PATENT SHIRT-BOSOM, STRETCH -erand
Ironing Board. Most perfect, durable
and cheapest ironing-board in the world. Alway;
ready for use; needs no adjusting; fits any shift
never out of order. For sale by all Grocers and
GREEN BROS., Manufacturers,
159 LaSalle Street, CHICAGO.
CC: E0BERT BATY,
JI ARTIFICIAL LIMBS.
Office for the Northwest of Dr. Bly's Celebrated
! Patent Limbs, as tbe following will show:
Rochibtkr. N. T., Sept. 1, 1874.
I Robert Batt, Kso... Milwaukee, Wis.
j Dbar Sir: You are the only party authorized to
( make my Patent Legs in the Northwest, there be-
ing no one in Chicago anthorired to manufacture
'. any of my patents. Y ours Ac.
Bly's Limbs manufactured on Government orders.
Apparatus for Shortened Limba and all Deform 1
ue.8. For particulars address
ROBERT BATY ,
105 Wisconsin Street Milwaukee Wis.
Opposite C, B. & Q. Depot.
Anderson & Smith, Proprietors
Eleventh and Market Streets,
First ft 2nd Floors, 3.00 per day: Srd & 4th
Floors $2,50 per day.
Curlis Davis, Proprietor
East corner Fublic Square,
Chas. A. Peane, Proprietor,
Rates reduced lo $2 Ot ; $2 50; $3 00 per day.
ChestLBtStreet, opposite Independence Hall,
S. M. HECLINGS, Proprietor.
Dally Abgcs kept on file.
-Bkn. W. Swope
J. H. Birrt, Book-keeper.
WALNUT ST., HOUSE
Walnut Street, Bet. Cth and 7th Streets,
diwly C. S. GREEN, Proprietor.
ST. LOUIS MO
r I order to meet the wants of the transient pat
rous of this Hotel, rates have been reduced to
$4.50 and (2.00 per day, according to location of
rooms. Its eminent standing will be fully main
tained in every particular.
L. A. PRATT, Proprietor
ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN,
Opposite City Hall, Park, Court Houee, and New
All Modem Improvements, including Elevator
Rooms, 1 1 per day and upwards.
T. J. FRENCH & BROS,, Proprietors.
J. F. ANTISDEL Proprietor.
The present proprietor of this Elegant Hote
have spared neither money or pains in furnishing
and improving the bouse; and with tbe improved
Otis Elevator, recently put in It cannot be excelled
for convenience and comfort to the traveling public
Comer of Chamber Street, and West Broadway,
ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN.
First-class accommodation for it) ar.ente. Loca
ted conveniently to business and places of auiute-
. vars ironi an depots pass the floor, itouuii
fl to $5 per day. Hewly and haudeouieiy fur
N . A S. J . HUGGIN 8. Proprietors.
N. Hugging, formerly of Manba ten Hotel. H- J
Huggine, formerly of Lovcjoy 's Hotel.
tFourthAve. Cor. S4th St.,
A.mericaxCand European Plants
The central location of the "Ashland" makes it
a very desirable place for strangers, being one
block from Madison Park, also Broadway, and oniy
a short distance from any of tbe principal places
By taking either 33d St., cross town, or Fonrth
Avenue Street Cars, access may be had direct from
the door, to any part of the city. -
MR. EDWARD A. JOHNSON,
will be found hi charge of tbe office, where he has
presided for eight years, and will not fail to give
satisfaction to guests.
Room and Boab-$2.00, 3,50 and $3 per Day
RooM8-p-l per.iJay and Upwards.
- HJH. BROCKWAY, Proprietor
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