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Ot.UlinlA DXMOCHAT, UTAH OF TTIK NOI1TI! AHV COLCM
Itsucd weekly, ovcry rrlilay morning, tit
11I.OOMS11UIUI, CuLVMUI.V COL' NT 1, I'A.
two hoi.i.ahs per yenr, payivbto In mlviinco, or
fturluit tho your. Alter tlio expiration ot thojenr
fl.M UI to aliltrKCu. To snliscrlliers nut of Ilia
couutjr ilia terms tiro II per year, strictly In nilmnra
11 i II not palil In nilvuncu nml 13.0'j Ir payment, tin
ui'tiyeil liii.onil tlio yenr. .... -,.
Ni nniwr illn'iintKnl-n, nrrrpt nt tlio milton of llio
puMlUiu'M, until till nrri'itrniri" nro nnM,liiL Ions
tontlnncit crnlltfl nllcr tlio rxilrntloii of tlio Unit
year will not iMitl.rn. ....
Allaianers sent out o( tlioHtnto or lo distant pou
nrttees limit lio paid lor In advance, unless a reSioii
Hllilii person In t'olinnlilii eoniily assumes to pay llio
RiilraTlpUon duo on demand. ....
l'O.sr.Ml K H no lonjjcr exacted from sttlnci liters In
Tlio.tnljtilr.Blicparlmentof tlio ('nt.vxntAM livery
complete, mill our. I li l'rlntltitr will compare favnrii
IV with that ol tlio laritu rlllei. All work tlono on
iloinnnd, neatly and at moderate prlees.
Columbia County Official Diroctory.
Associate .tntliros-lriiiii lterr. M.(l. Hughes,
l'rotlioiuiinry, .vc.-li. Frank z.irr.
Court Klenournphcr-S. N. Walker.
lteitHler .v. Itecunler Williamson II. .tacooy.
District Attorney .lolin -M. Clark.
Siirvofor Isaao Hewitt. .
'Ir.'.isurcr-Ur II. W. Mrtteynot.R
Commissioners .rolin llcracr, H. . Mcllcnry,
. Aiidllors-M.V. II. Kline, .1. II. Casey, 11.11. Drown.
Jury Coinmt33loncrs-Jacol) II. liltz, William II.
Umntv Hiipotlnlendent -William II. Kii.titei1.
Mown Poor lilstrli'l-IHrcrlors-ti. I'. I.nt, Senll,
Win. Kramer. Mooinsliunj and Tliomascri'M'lIni;,
itcoil, 0. 1'. lint, Secretary.
Bloomsburg Official Directory.
ltlomnslmrs llntikttiK Company .lolin A. I'unslon,
Vresldenl.ll. II.Hro'7, Casliler.
Firs' Na'l.iual Haiik-t'liariesll. I'nxton, ''resident
' 'i'uHiii'm!" Cimiii'Muiual Salne Fund and Loan
Assui:lalloii-i:. II. I.lttle, rrcsldenl, C. W. -Miller,
-Win. 1'eaeoelc, l'rvsldeiit,.l. II. lloMsen, Seerelary.
lIlcKiiiislmrk'.Muiiul S.iMns Fund Assoelailon-.!.
.1. liroer, I'resldeni, 0. U. Haikley, Secretary.
110V..1. l'.Tusllii, (Supply.)
Hiindav Men Ices-Ill it. in- andOJi p. m.
u.!!.....! II .. lit .
i-r.tver Meelln?-i:very Wednesday evcnlns,' at C;
SeatHfree. Tlio public am lmltrd to attend.
ST. MATTIIUW'S UlTllklltNCIll'llClt.
JtllllSHT lll'V.J. McCion.
Himd.iy Mert lees-iu.'u u. in. and Otf p. m.
I'l'iver Mi-oiliitf i:cry Wednesday evenlnB at t,)i
Seats' tree. Kopows rented. All aro welcome.
Mlnli'or-llcv. HMrnrt Mllihell.
Sunday Sertlces-low a. in. mid 6t p. m.
suuiiay m'iiooi -j ii. hi.
Prayer .Mcoilmr-litery Wednesday cvenlns at c
Beals'freo. No pews rented. Slranirers welcome.
MRTIIOOIST Kl'ISCOIMt. CHl'llCII.
Presldlmr Klder-llev. N. H. liucklngliain.
Minister ltov. .1. s. McMiirray.l
.Sunday Sen Ices lu,tf nnd x y. m.
HlhluClass-lltery SloniHy cwnlnKnlCJf oclnei..
Volllitf .iiensi rraer .iietiniiK i.,i. i j
tieiiff.il rraycr .Mectlng-nvcry Thursday eteiiliiK
7 o eiocK.
Corner of Third and Iron streets.
I'astor ltov. T. F. HolTmcler.
itesldence-llast street, opp. Third street.
Sunday ScrMces x a. m. aud 7 p. in.
Sunday School 3 p. m.
l-riu er .Mectliitf-saturday, 7 p. m.
. .. ....., ,.t in.nm la nlwiim rnnm.
III U Ill.lll. ... i.'.i". ...-
sertlcpsetery Sunday ntternoon at o clock nt
ileiier scnurcu, .muui&uh vuiioi..i-.
8T. I'ACL'g C11EUC1I.
Sunday Services 10X a.'m., 6H p. m.
Sunday school 9 a. m.
services preparatory to Communion on lildaj
ctemn? ueroro too hi.phiiiu.ij uivu.h ,.iUu....
I'ow s runted i but overj body w elcome.
Presiding r.lder-Hcy. A. I.. Ilceser.
Sunday sen Ice 3 p. in., In tlio Iron Street Cliureli,
Priii el Meetlnst-l.'very Sabbath at ! p. ill.
All tiro lnt lted. All nio welcome.
ntiirt iirirk rhureh on the hlll,"-
i-.m v., ni i, Wek.li liantlstChurcli-ou Kocl; street
'''ueKUlarm'eelln!; for worship, ct cry Loi d'a day at.
"ts rreo;"anU tlio' public are cordially InMled tu
ni'iinnt. ntnil'.HS. lilank. nit nnnteil anil
nentlv bound In small book's, on hand I and
lor salo nt tlio Coi.l'Mhian onice. 1 eu. la, isi-ii
I,ANlv DKICD.S, on l'arclinK'nt-niul I.inen
I lMner. common nno ror Aiimiiiisuiimio, i.ntu
tors and trustees, for salo cheap at llio coi.ujiiua
rAHHIAfSK (1R11TI KICATK8 iu.turinle
. and for salo at. the coi.ciinitN unice. -ninw
r.nr tin. iinsnei anil . usiiers nauuiu c.ii'i'ij
Kelt es Willi lliesu ueeuasuii ui n.va.
-rim'PICI.'S imil Cnn-taliles' Fee-Hills for sal
J atthoUoi.uMiiuN onice. They contain tlio cor.
reeled fees us estatiUMied by tlio nisi aa i ii (!
si.il uio iiiioii tho biibject. lltery Justice and Con
stable should liavo ono.
VKXDUK KOTKS just printed ami for sale
cheap at tho Coi.m'm tN olllce.
O II. Mil, T.Kit
J; (loods, urocciles, (itieensware, Hour, ball
shoes, notions, etc., -Main street.
TIT. MAl.lC, Mammoth Grocery, fine Clro
. cerles. Frults.Nuts, PioMslons, ic.Maluaud
HOOTS AND SHOES.
1CNUY KI.1C1M, Mnnafaetmer ami ilealer.
In boots nnd shoes, crocerles, cte Main bt.,
171 M. KNOillt, Dealer in Hoots ami Shoes,
J!j . latest and best styles, corner Main and Market
Mrccts, In tho old post olllce.
CLOCKS. WATCHES, fiC.
di V. SAVAflK. Dealer in Clocks. AVatehit
V.J , and Jeweliy, Main St., Just below tho Central
1.1 1! lk'KT.KIt. Alloinev at Law. lfoonis ill
ill Hxcliaiiuo Illoek, id noor, llloomsbuie;, l'.i. u)
C'( (1. 11A11KI.KY, Altorney-at-I.aw. Ollieo
j , In liruwer's Lmllillnt;, and story, Koonis 4 & 5.
It. WM. M. ItKIIlClt.Siirceon
Ollieo s. L. corner r.oei;
T 1!. EVANS. M. 1).. Siinrcon ami l'ltysi
J . i Ian, (lillleo and llesldenco on Thlid btieel,
li. MeKKlA'Y, M. )., Snrueon mill Thy
blclan.iioilh side Main hlieet, below Maiket.
T It. K011IS0.V, Allornet-at-LiiH
it '. In llaitiiiau's building, Main street.
it-1. aw. Ollieo
AMUKL JACOISY, Marble nnd Urown
M one Wot i;s, lusi moomsuurg, i.ei tut -i i u.iu.
HOSHNSTDCK, l'liotograplier, over
, f lark H Willi's More, Main sited.
It. II. 0. HOWKli, .Surgeon DentW, Main
St., above Hi' Com t House.
AVID LOWILNIIKUU, Merchant Tailor
Mulu St., ubotv Central Hotel.
IS. KIJHN, denier ii, Mint, Tallow, etc.,
, Cenlioslieet, letwecn K'coudaiiirililid.
rpilOMAS WlCllll.Coiifeclioiiei'vaml lLihcrv
4. ttholesuloiindielull, Um hango lilock.
W. CO HULL, l'liinitiiro Jtooms, (liree
, story bilck, Malntlmel, west ol Maiket St.
II. HMUltlNO, Carpenter nnd builder,
, Main htteet below Pino.
TVr O. Si W. II. SIIOKMAKIUt, Dealers in
il 1.. Dry (loods.droeeilesatid (lenei'til Merclian
M. II. AIUSO'IT, Attor.'iey-nt-Law, Main
T V. DALLMAN, Merchant Tailor, Second
JJ btrcet, nubbins' building.
M, L. EYKHLY,
Collections promptly inado nnd remitted, onieo
oiiXxi1Iai Catutttssu Deposit lunk. Cm-as
Vrnm this date tlui H)oomsburL (las Coninanv will
put In tu'itlcepliosulllr,tcttil uiidfuinlsuutid bet
IlieiO'H lit lour iimiiira eucn,
'Ihu coiunauv uuto on band 11 lot or iras Inr suited
or paint li g roofs, und jiosls or other timbers placed
jtipu iu c
J'rleu 10 cents (icr gallon or tf.10 per barrel.
rlt. A. TUHNUll,
iiuMilcnco tm Mmkot Plrect nno tloor below
1). .1. Wnllor'H.
unii n,-nf rinii.i'u i iriic Mtm p. f mire hours f rom
to J li. m. fur treslinenl of diseases of I he live, 1-tr
All calls mem ornay prompuy niicmiui m.
J. 0. UUTTHU,
(imce, North Mntket street,
JyK. 11. V. (lAHDNKi:,
J'inHUJlAi ii oiimiiAw,
(inieenboto.l.SchujlerA Son's Hardware More.
A l l' U i: i I'i V-A '1-1, a w,
onire. llartmaii's lilock. corner Jluln nnd Market
SI reels (id. s, 'ir,
. 1 lllll.l.l-. l-l..IV.
oi ncE lloom No. 1, "Columbian" HnlMlng.
Q AV. Ml 1.1, Kit,
A l l II 1 1 .1 1 . 1 'AT'lul
orUfoln llroncr'Hliutldlnc second lloor, room No.
llloomsljurir, l'a. Julyl,"3-y
Q 11. ft W..T.llUCKAI,i:V,
Onieo fin Main street, llrst door below Court House
V. iO J. Jl. CIjAISK,
Al iuiuriivjii'iian ,
onico In Knt s llulldlnp;. April ln,Tl-y
A, rilRVKMNI) SillTII. IIHIVKV KW1MI Silllll.
CUKVKIiliNO SMITH A SON,
S"A11 business entrusted to our euro will reclcvo
prompt attention. juiyi, u y
1 1. JllLT-MKYKll,
.. ........ .m r . ...
oincK Adjolnlnt' o. li. a W. .7. uuckalcw.
K. 11. 1.1TTI.K. 11011 T. 11. LITTLE,
11 H. & It. II. Lrrn.E,
twnnslness before the IT. S. Patent Ofllco attended
to. onieo In tho Columbian llulldlnt'. ly as
T ItOCKWAY & KIAVKLI,,
A T TO It KEY S-A T-Ij A W,
COLi'MiutN lli'ii.Dixo, llloomsburg, Tn.
Members of tho I'nlted stales Law Association.
rviiipctiniiH iiuiiie in ntivn.irt, of America.
Au'ents for Continental I.lto insuranen company of
count ry. Send lor deserlptlt o pamphlet. tr
.NOW tOIK. Assets lieilliy Jl.'iuu.i'eu. hiuwdiiii mu
Feb is, '76-ly.
The Cook's Companion,
Iinprovotl Kitclion Slicing Utensil
A novel Household Al llclfi for slldnL' liUKAO. MnlT
Stl'StOB, N00U1.1S, VKOSrAUl.tS, FllLITS, CAN1IV, AC
'I'l-.o Jlaehlno Is easy (o regulate, nnd very simplo
iniise. li. ii.i'H nn but little room In tho kitchen.
(illOCEIlS, IIUTC1IKIIS, IIOTEI. KKKl'KllS llllll l.tlUlV
Famii.v should liato one.
Call and bco them work ut tho Furniture Store of
I'i eil. mill e lean at, 1 liar.
E. It. 1'UltMAN,
Solo Agent for Coliimbid county.
May 20-!im Iiloomslmrg, V.t.
GO TO THE SIGN OF THE
X 3ST 3D I .A. 3ST
at tho new tobacco btoro on Main Street, below
.Mnil.ct. for (rood Tobacco aud .Setfars, tthero Ceoife
lllnun eariles on n brisk
ntralnst poor Mock find high prices. '1 liosc who buy
Uiclr ho.ira at lilm cm bu but'ii
In (rroatest comfort enjoying tho fragrant weed
Oft HIS SCAU'INd-KNIVES.
.nine 'M, '7ii.-:uu.
The Arall Street Indicator,
THIS WEEK'S IPSUIC SENT FREE.
Contains Plclorl.il lllusliatloiisof Hulls and Pears.
Also, full and complete Inst i net ions how to opt rate
In Motks and Moek l'rltllegcs, Capital hits and
suggestions. Also, n list of valuable Premiums lo
Clubs, ".send for It."
M'CKWAI.'lTlt & CO., liankciK nnd llrokers,
P. O. llox 4317. 10 Wall St.,Ncw Yoil; City.
AMKHIOAN AND FOItKIGX P.VTKXTS.
(lit mohk & Co., successors lo Chlpmiin, Homier Ic
Co., oliellors. Patents piutuied In all eountiles.
No iihs in AtivtM'K. Nuchiirge utilessthe patent
Is granted. No Iocs lor making I'lellmll'iiry exam
bullous. Niiiiildltliui.il tees for obtaining and cnti
ducting a rehearing, lit" a lecent dcclMuu of the
t'ommusloiier ai i. icjected application-, may bo to
uted, special attention gilt n lo Intel fiieneo cases
beroio I lie I '.lien I Olllce. o!cliMuhs befuiel'iillgle.,
iiirilngemeiit suits In dllliieut Slates, nnd all li'lgu
tlon appeilaliilng to Intentions or jiatents. send
stump lo lllhuoio .V. Co. for pamphlet of sixty pages.
LAND CASKS, LAND WAKRANTS AND
Contostt'il land coses prosecutod btfou-tho U.S.
(Join-mi !.aml oiitcy and lopnrtii.ii.t at llio Intcilor.
I'riVfUf Mini eiaiins iimnub' mi piivniipiioii nanus
timl lioiiu'hU'.nl citM-K ntlt'iak'd tu. I.uid wilp In -in,
Sit and idi tu're pl ccs fir salt. '1 IiWciip l.s ahsluu-
du; ami ita nu luc.ut'ti iu uiu luuuu ui inn imulhiImt
uiioit any (iuveinituut Kind bUhk-Lt to MUatu eiitr.
ut 1 'J.'i pcracrt'. ItHof npial aluoulih Puuniy
Mini uananiK. i'ihi hiauip iu iminuiuiv vu. ior
pUlllpliU't or Ulbtl uctluns,
AltltUAHS OF PAY AND HOUJiTV.
onieers. soldiers and sailors r.f the lato war. or
thelr helK.aio Iu many eases entitled lomoiii' noiii
l no L'otel liiiieui. oi ttuieiiiiiey uutunu hnutt leuee.
Willi) full history of sertlee, and stalo nmoiintof
n.iv and bounty lece veil, imcluso sta iibliK.umoio
Co.. and a lull lenly, after exuuiliiutlou, will bo
giteu ou ueu.
All onicersoldlers and sailors wounded.runlurid
or lojiiicd In (ho I.110 war, hutteter slightly, can ob
tain u pension oy niiuiussiutf iiiiiiiuiu .v 1 u
I'uses m-iAecuted bytillmiuu a; Co. before tliohtr
premo Court of the I idled Stutcs.tliocouitofclulms,
and the southern claims cumiuKsiun,
ICach deiuitment tt our buUiej Is conducted In a
bciuraio niueaii, unuer cnargoni iiiusauio exivri
eneed iiiitlesemp'.ojed by (he old III 111. Prompt ut
(cm luu luull business entrusted Iu (UI.MOlili 4; en,
Is thus sccuicd. Wo deslrutu win buccess bydu
(III.MOIU: & CO.,
cs V btrcet, Washington, U. 0.
ItFAB IHIOWN'H INSURANCE A GEN'
CV, Kxcliaugu Hotel, lilootnsburg, l'a.
.i:tna, Ins Co., of Hartford, Connecticut... c,tMi,ooa
Uternool. Lciuloii aud (llobo SO.'H 11.000
lloyulol Liverpool lafoo.ooa
I. iiiicanshli'o li.oon, w
Klro Association, Philadelphia 3,100,000
American ol Philadelphia , .-. 1,100000
Alias of Hartford . r 0,000
Wyoming, of Wilkes liarru tai.ooo
I'uriuein Mutual of Danvlllu , 1,000,000
II. uillll.i Mill mil , 15,00(1
Homo, New York , K,o 0,000
Couuncrelal llidou , 17,000,000
THIS I'Al klt IS OK 1II.K WITH
ROVELL & pHESMAN
. Adverllslnfl V Agents,
THinn A CHESTNUT ST., 8T.L0UI8,
UliOOMSBUHG TANNERY i
K. A. III". It III AO
"1" KSIMTTKHLLY nniiomices to tlic piiblio
.LVi that ho has reopened
X,iJiitf$ (old stand) lltnoinsiiuri;, l'a., ntihe
IfrvJ Foiksotlho Knpynnd l.litld Slice!
' TL-"',. where nil descriptions of
(v.:wJ. w lciiiher will bo ni.idoln the most
subslanlhil nnd woikmanllko maiimr, and sold nt
prices (o suit tlio times. Tlio lilglivsl pilculncasli
w III ut all I lines bu paid for
0 11 K K '
of every deserlpllnn In the eonnlry,
loiiniri' Is lesis'Cl fully siillelled.
llloom.bun.', dot. 1, Hi!
C. SLOAN & lUtOTHEIl
TTVK on haml nnil for sale nt tlio niosl
XjL reasonable rales a spicnuiu biock oi
and etcry description of Wagons notn 1'i.min nnu
Warranted (o be mado of tho best and most durable
,..n...i i itu nn.iiiv iiir, niimt I'vnerleneed workmtn.
AllWOrKSeill mil nuill lliu r.-.iiii.ii-.iiiiiini. ..in "i
tound to bo of thu highest class and sure to eite per
fect satisfaction. They hnvonlsoullneassortinciitof
of nil Hie newest nnd mot fashionable styles w ell
and carefully made and or tne net,i material.
An tiicitini'tlnn nT tlil'lr wni k ts linked as Khbe
lletedth.it none superior can bu round Intliecoun
Oct. s, wr. tr.
BROWN'S HOTEL, Hloomburg, l'a., 1!.
Mohtier, I'ropilctor. Accommodations Ilrst-
class. U.S., to 11. ru pc r uay. uesuiurani imaeiieu.
A E I H S T-C LASS
JOHN LAYCOCIC, 1'rop'r.
-VJ"KW SALOON AND HESTAUHANT.
'I ho it r dot sinned has opened a Iltst-class Katlnir
House In tho lAchanee block, foimerly on upled b.t
II. Moiiner, wncro ins lusiouuis win nnu eteiy
Ililli(,'lii Ids line.
Q M. BROW N,
bus temoved Ids Hoot nnd Shoo Store from llrown'ti
llnti.t tn ut. ilnnr ntiowi Wntriiiisi'llrr and sliarttlcss'.
Tottanda lioots a bptelalty. licpalilnsdonoutshort.
Q M. DIlINKEli, GUN aml.LOCKSMITH.
Mttlnp; Machines and Machinery of all kinds re
paired. Oi'kha Iloi'&B llulldlnt,', P.louiin,buiir, l'a.
Oct l,'"4 ly
niinslto tlio Court IIohnc,
V. It. KOONS.
l'rupi let o r.
HOW E L L,
Ollieo In llartman's mock, i-ccond lloor, corner
Main nnd .Market Streets,
May vo ly.
"i- would nnnouneo totho eltl'ensof lllooms-
l)Ui i; and vicinity that lio has Just leceltednMUiind
cotiipieto tissonmeni or
WALL l'Al'i:i!, WINDOW SHADES,
nxTCiics, conns, tasseiji,
and all other eoods In bis line of business. All tlio
netvestand most approved palternsof thiidiiy ore
atttnys 10 uo iounuinuisesiauiiiiiineiii,.Maiiibireei
below Market. oct. s.-.l
llmtt'lili '. StHllilftM Cnpontl... l-...P.n. ... . wllh
cf-i-i irlliiliiB, ut.Uu.l nfw.itk., ami .11 Titltll.lcin rfuiniui'.
1 ."I1. !!.lr""l li'S'l'l'' n Hllr lrc .v mi.l kQrliiiCLt
LAIlUB.lrlci. SMALL, t l.llr.r,, IiiHl..Mnn. ll.f Ir.rt.'K.
I .UIIr.i.rep..MI.II, Ini II..I.II h.-n In un n,tl1H 1 t 1 .Mt.ltlpn,
loi-Hll find w ii. i.r ...li I f ir r-lnlfii with r.rlr. . i..l iiriii,
C,G, BLATCIILEY, Manurr, 50GCommcrco St.,Phila,
March si em.
EYE & EAR.
G-. O, McDERMOTT
makeH tlio 1 1 tat iiuiit or
DisoascB of the Ear 8c Eye
and liiisoprnod at WlllIaiiif-oit, 1M, an institution
Tnr Hi' nratluclil and ctiic ui nutliiits suirnln
from such UUcusfH.
onu n l otirs. t nt l h a. in., l lu i. uinl a losn. in.
iiu un t't iitiun rv-t
(. V. AI:Ii:it.lI(tTl', .11. II.,
73 lMttln St., Wllllamspoit, 1'.'.
Aj ijlss r.i.i.
PURE TSA-IN SEALED PACKAGES
llii eet from ('l.iiiu und .liiiinii.
l)Iil.IVj:iti:n at Yot'ltoWN lnuill, ri.sh from tho
(.Ai;ii:.s of (luirditnWTll.
Imported direct by
THE WELLS TEA CO.
201 Eulton Sired, X. Y.
'Iheiliniculi v of getting pure Teas of really line
inlaid) lu the t'nlled states, has Induced 'I'm: Wkl.l.s
'I i: t I'n.. to shin t it'll Teas lu sealed naekaees i riLt
trout the gardens in wiilch Ihey mo gruttu, and us a
fiiilhergiiaiiinteu of t lit I r Is lug delitired Inlhelr
giiiulno slate, they t till list the salo of tin in only t
tollable AL'oiits-tho naiuu of llio nemrst AuTtitt
.ton Is pilntednt tlio loot of lids ndvcrll-oment so
that tho teas pass HuoukIi none but icspunhlblo
li.inds.iind will bo do'lvcrcd ut .tour own door as
flesh us when they li lt llio guldens ol China and
.lu pun ; tho pi lie afsols pi luted on each package, so
iiiiu in, emu run occur,
liven liodv bins Tea.
Uterylioily wishes lo buy It ut Ilrst hands-tho best
fpiauncs ui inoiottcsi puces.
Uteri body desires it lii n.thev find n Ten sultnbli
to then tastes to bo certain of getting tho samo
ill ili'ie tuitii) s.
You can hato till these advantages by bujlng ol
THE WELLS TEA UOMl'AXV
lloeauso they liuport their own teas, and sell them
ni tt iintesaio prices ttiiuout. too bix ortigui liner
Iieeauso tho ipialllyls better ut tho price than Is
sold by uuy other bouse.
Hit.iimi Un Ir long extierlenco In China nnd Japan
ennuies iiieiu tu iuum, ueuvr hi'ieciions imiiioiui'
nary Pealere undtoltniKjit them with greater ud
Iteeausu they absolutely cuarantco thonualllyof
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tiii: TWO AXIIKI-S.
I1V JOHN 0. WH1TTIE1'..
God called tlio nearest angels who dwell wltlililm
Thotendercst one was Pity, tho dearest ono was
'Arise," ho said, "my angels I A wall of woo nnd
Steals through tho gates of llcntcnnnd saddens all
My harps take up tho mournful strain that from a
lost woild swells,
Thosinokeof totment clouds tho light nnd blights
Fly downward to that under world, and on Its souls
Let Love drop smiles like sunshine, nnd Pity tears
Two faces bowed beforo tho Throne, veiled in tliclr
'our white ttlngs lessened swiftly down tho dark
abj ss of air.
Tho way was strange, the night was long; at last
the angels came
Where swung tho lost and netherworld, red-wrap
ped In raj less tlamc.
Thcro I'lty, shuddeilng, wept; but Love, Willi faith
too strong for fear,
Took heart from (lod's nlmlghllness nnd smiled a
smile of cheer.
And lo I that tear of Pity Quenched tho llamc tt here
on It fell,
And, with tho sunshine ot that smile, hopo entered
Into hell t
Two unveiled faces full of Joy looted upward totho
Four white wings folded nttuofectot Hltnwliosnt
And deeper than tho sound of seas, 'more soft than
Amid tho huali of wing and song tho Volco Eternal
'Welcome, my angels I ye havo brought a holler Joy
to heaven ;
encerortb Its sweetest song shall bo tlio song of sin
(IIIV. IIKNDltR'KS' LKTTr.ll
Inihanapoms, July 24, 187fi.
Gcnthhicn : I have the honor to nclcnowl
edge tho receipt of your communication, in
which you have formally notified mo of my
nomination by tho National Democratic
Convention at St. Louis, as their candidate
for the oflicc of Vice-President of tho Unitcc
.Stales. It is a nomination which I had
neither expected nor delicti ; ami yet I re
cognize and appreciate tho high honor done
mo hv tho Convention. Tlio choice of such
a hotly, pronounced with such unusual tin
animity, and accompanied with so gencrou
an expression of esteem and confidence
ought to outweigh all merely personal de
sires and preferences of my own. It is will;
this fieling, nnil 1 trust aUo from a tlec
s-nse of pitldit! duly, that I now accept the
nomination, and shall abide tho judgment o
It would have been impossible for mo to
accept tho nomination if I could not heartily
endorse tho platform of tho Convention,
m giatlficil, therefore, to bo able imorjui vo
cally to declare that I agrco in the principles,
approve tho policies, and sympathize Willi
the purposes enunciated iu that platform.
Tho institutions of our country havo been
sorely luetl by tho exigencies of civil war
ami sinco tho peace, by a selfi.-h and corni
management of public ali'airs, which has
shamed us beforo civilized mankind, iiy
unwiso aud partial legislation every industry
and interest of the people have been mad
to sillier ; ami iu tho executive departments
of tho Government, dishonesty, lapacity and
venality have debauched tho public service,
Men known to bo unworthy havo been pro
niotcd, while others have been degraded fo:
fidelity to ollicial duty. Public ofllco bu
been mado the means of private profit, an
the country has been offended to sec a class
of men who boast tho friendship of tho
hivorn protectors of tho Stato amassing for
tunes by defrauding tho public treasury an
by corrupting tlio seivants of the people. Ii
such a crisis of tho history of the country
rejoice that tlio convention at .St. Louis hu
bo nobly raised tho standard of reform
Nothing can bo well with in or with our af
fairs until tho public conscience, shocked by
tho enormous evils and abuses which prevail
shall havo demanded and compelled an un
sparing reformation of our National Ad
ministration, "iu its head and iu its mem
bora." In such a reformation tho remova
of a single ofllccr, even tlio President,!
comparatively n trilling matter, if tlio sys
tem which liorcprcseuts,uud which lias foster
cdhltnui ho has fostered it, is btiflcicd tore
main. The President alnuo must not be made
tho scapegoat for tho enormities of tho system
which infests tho publio service, and
threatens tho destruction of our institutions
In fcomo respects I hold that tho present ox-
cutivo lias been tlio victim rather than the
author of that vicious system, Congressional
and party leaders havo been stronger titan
tho President. No ono man could havo
created it, and tho removal of one man can
not amend it. It is thoroughly corrupt, and
must bo mvept remorselessly away by tho
election of a government composed of clc-
icnts entirely new, and pledged to radiuil
Tho firsliwork of reform must evidently bo
tho restoration of tho normal opciation ol
tlio Constitution of tho United States, witli
all its amendments. Tho ncccs-jities of war
cannot bo pleaded in a timo of peace ; tho
right of local self-government as guaranteed
by the Constitution of tho Union must bo
every where restored, and tho centralized (al-mo.-!
personal) imperialism which has been
practised must be dono away, or tho first
principles of tho republic will be lost.
Our financial system of expedients must
bo reformed. Gold and silver aro the real
standard of values, and our national cur
rency will not bo a perfect medium of ex
change until it shall bo convertible at the
pleasure of the holders. As I have hereto
fore said, no one desires a return to specie
payments more earnestly than I do; but I do
not believe that it will or can be reached in
harmony with tho interests of tho people by
artificial measures for tho contraction ot the
currency, any more than I believe tha
wealth or permanent prosperity can be cre1
atcd by an inflation of the currency. The
laws of finance cannot bo disregarded with
impunity. The financial policy of tho Gov
ernment, if, indeed, it deserves tho namo of
policy at all, has been in disregard of those
laws, and therefore has disturbed commer
cial anil business confidence, as well as
hindered a return to specio payments. Ono
feature of that policy was tlio resumption
clauso of tho Act of ISTfl, which lias em
barrassed the country by the anticipation of
i compulsory resumption for which uo pre
paration has been made, and without any
assurance that it would be practicable. The
repeal of that clause is necessary that the
natural operation of financial laws may be
restored, that tho business of tho country
may be relieved from its disturbing and de
pressing influence, and that a return to
specie payments may bo facilitated by tho
substitution of wiser and more prudent leg
islation, which shall mainly rely on a judi
cious system of public economies and ollicial
r'trenchmenls, aud above all on tho promo
tion of prosperity iu all the iudtistrioi of the
I do not understand the repeal of tho re
sumption clause of tho Act of l,S",r)tobea
backward step in our return to specie pay
incuts, but the recovery of a false slop ; and
although tho repeal may, for a time, bo pre
vented, yet tho determination of tho Demo
cratic parly on this subject has now been
distinctly declared. There shoultt be no
hindrance put in tho way of a return to
specio payments. "As such a hindrance,"
says tho platform of the .St. Louis Conven
tion, "we denounce the resumption clause of
the Act of 1fi""i, and demand its repeal.
I thoroughly believe that by public econo
my, by ollicial retrenchments, and by tvie
fi'ianeo inabling us to accumulate the
precious metal.s,resumption at an early period
is possible, without producing an "artificial
n.'iircity of currency" or disturbing public or
commercial credit ; and that these reforms,
together with the restoialloii of pure gov
eminent, will icstore general confidence, en
courage tho useful Investment of capital,
furnish employment to labor,and relieve the
country from tho "paralysis of hard times."
With tho industries of the people there
havo been frequent interference. Our plat
form truly says that many Industiies liavo
been impoverished to stibsitllzo a few. Our
commerce lias been degraded to an inferior
position on tlio high bca-;mauufactures have
been diminished ; agriculture has been cm
bairassed, and the distress of tho industrial
classes demands that tbeso things shall be
Tho burdens of tho people must also be
lightened by a great chango in our system of
public expenses. Tho prolllgalo expendi
tures which Increased taxation from five
dollar per capita iu 18(50 to eighteen dollars
lu 1870 tells its own story of our need of
Our treaties with foreign powers should
also bo revised ami amended, iu so far as
they Icavo citizens of fore ign birth iu any
particular less secure in any country on earth
than they would bo if they had been born
on our own toll ; and tho iniquitous coolio
system which, through tho agency of
wealthy companies, imports Chinese bond
men, and establishes a species of slavery,
mid interferes with the just rewards of labor
on our Pacific coast, should bo utterly
Iu tho reform of our civil service, I most
heartily ludorso that section of tho platform
which declares that tho civil service ought
not toho"btibjecttt) change at ovcry election."
and that it ought not to bo mado "tho brief
reward of pat ty zeal ," but ought In bo awarded
' for proved competency imp held for fidelity
iu tho public employ." I hopo never again
to sco tho cruel and remorseless proscription
for political opinions which has disgraced
tlio administration of the last eight years.
Had as the civil service now is, as all know,'
it has some men oftricd integrity and proved
ability. Such men, and such men only,
should ba retained in oflicc: but no man
should bo retained on any consideration who
has prostituted his ofiico to tho purpose of
partisan intimidation or compulsion, or who
hasfurnished money to corrupt tho elections.
This is done and has been done in almost
every county of tho land. It is a blight
upon the morals of tho country, and ought
to bo reformed.
Of sectional contentions, and in respect to
our common schools, I have only this to say: tho beginning of tho last century, a few I i corrupt. The slow poison of this admin
That in my judgment, the man or party that planks having been sent to Dr. Gibbons, of istration alas 1 not slow enough has pene-
would involve our schools in political or
sectarian controversy is an enemy to the
schools, l he common schools are safer un-
der the protecting care of all tho people than
under ttho control of any party' or sect,
They must be neither sectarian nor partisan,
and there must bo neither division nor mis-
appropriuion of the funiUfor their support,
Likewise I regard tho man who would arouso
or foster sectional animosities and antauo-
t , I
Vtsms amcg his countrymen as a dangerous
e.-icmy to. i,s country. All tho peoplo must
bo ,.na.le,0 feel and know that once more
there i.s established a purpose and policy un-
der which all citizens of every condition,
race nntf oc, will bo secure in tho enjoy-
mcnt oi Whatever rights tho constitution
and law Rehire or recognize ; and that m
contiove.Iu'tliat may arise the government
: t ........:,i.. ... ....
. nwi K- ...i, ui,muuaii3 toniiuuiiou-
al authority the just and powerful guardian
of tho rights and safety of all. The strife
between tho sections and between races will
cease as soon as the power for evil is taken
away from tho party that makes political
gain out of scenes of violence and blood
shed, and tho constitutional authority is
placed in tho hands of men whoso political
....ir !.. .1... .. 1 ,
tteuaio reipures mat. peace aim goou oruer
..l,ll l. 1
"""" uu I1" titvijnm-ii.-.
It will be seen, centlemcn. that I am in
entire accord witli tho ulatform of the Con-
volition by which I havo been nominated as
.. i;.1.., ! - c -t; . l .
it caiiiiiuaiu ior mo onieo oi ice-i resilient
ot tho United States. Permit me, in con-
elusion, to express my satisfaction at being
issociated with a candidate for the Presi-
deneywho is first among his equals as a
representative of the spirit ami of the
achievements of rel'iuni. In his ollicial ca-
I... I-........!... .!. .
roei us mu r.eeiiiivu ui tuu great siuiu ui
etv i oik-, he has, lu a comparatively short
peilOll, leiorilieu llio ptlUllC service ailtl IO-
lueed tho public burdens, so as lo have
earned at oneo tho gratitude of his State
Hid the admiration of the country. The
people know him to bo thoioughly In earnest;
ho hits shown himself to bo possessed of
powers and qualities which fit him, in an
eminent degree, for tho great work ofrefor-
mauoii which tins cotiuiiy now neeus ; and
if he shall bo chosen by tho pcoplo to the
high ollieo of President of tho United States
I believe that tho day of his inauguration
will be the beginnine of a new era of peace.
purity und prosperity in all departments of
our government I am, gentlemen, your
THOMAS A. HENDWCES.
To the Hon. John A. McCiemnnd, Chair-
i ...I,,,-.. ,.r i.- n :.. .i.-
iii.iu, iiini uuiein ui uiu wuiuiMiucu ui llio
National Democratic Convention.
A lluiihuiy Tragedy.
m'iii,.U'.siii:i.mi:ii itit.s ni.M.M:i,r jut
Von of doso days Mrs. Schlaushcimcr
ou.1 and It was Schlaushcimcr sitting on his
pacu, ..icMiigii.it uisueois in tier air up.
Ut.il lm l in In in I . j tiinti.lt it..,l .1.1
win .v- M'it0 tutb un tiiuiiitw uuu om.liiua
t.ttl 1,1 l.A.i.l rt.t ...i.l ..t .
tttiv (tia ttvttt ifii) unit vij uubt
ll .i'l l 1i t, r . n i .
uai uo uyura nog piie nie, i nai uit my-
sen nut a man nog i
,, . . , , . ,
tJiiu uero tiis a lootuo rooning iiiosinreet
up, uud eferybody let him go shoost so fast
as uoy couu. unit .tus. cniausucinier goi
frightened, und sho say :
.Tumi iuuii mm got KertvicK a uociur
,,v ,, , ur i i n i r i
-..jr. t iingiH uiu ueioio lie
""" "l" ,ul"" vv
l.r... I......,-.. ...1 r.
..uU,.n.u uuu, viieieier )uu tits. x ou
know dc noosbaper say dot veil you plte
yourself mit do snakes, or liydranfopia, do
only tings vat vas for sometings goot, vas
plenty visky a whole gallon full."
So sho put him iu ills little bedt, uud vent
und got dot visky, Und Hchlaushclmer vas
awful sick, uud if lio vould hear von dog
park in do shlrcdt ho vould park too, Den
Mrs. Schluashcimcr vould had to glf him
sum visky to mako him sluop parking.
Den sho nays: "Schlausheinicr, vcr you
Don ho nays: "On do sidewalk,"
TIIK COUJMIIIAN, VOIi. X, NO. 3.1
COI.U.MIIIA DUMOCHAT, VOL. XI.l.NO.
Den she says : "Vot part of you, I mean,
is tlot bytlrnntfopla?"
Don lio says : "It vast all ofcr nilt mc."
Den slio says: "Let mo sco vera tint tlog
plto yoii,so I can put on it n mustard blaster
ami tlraw dot bite omit."
''Den bo says : "You don't can't draw him
omit, mid may o you caught do bydrantfo
......?. ... I
pill iiiiil don't got visk-y intlelinusociiougli."
Donsho says: "Let mo go for Dr. Sun- j"i
Den bo says : "Xt ; docs no goot llolog-
na sausage vas iicttcr bring some; 1 van
Don she says : "I should link dot vas do
vorst tings vot you can emit, Schlaushcimcr,
for do hydrantfopm."
Den ho ayn, "Don't you know de brlnei-
ple of homu'palhro dat samo tings euro dot
samo lings. Veil I cot pile on de outside
py a ih)g so I vill vnccinato myself on do
inside mil a sausages. Dot s tic only ting
pcr.sldes blenty visky dot vas for it some I
Veil, so soon bo cat tint sausago he park n I
Icetlc. Den ho says, "Dot's n jroot slghti.
Dot vaei'.imiation took right avay. Give mo
a lectio mora tlsky."
Den bo got shlcepy, put rfery timo she
start fur the doctor ho vould vako nnd park
nnd call for a lectio visky. At do last ho
was sound shleeping. Und sho vent and got I manner, by a vigorous assault upon tbepow
Dr. Sonnenschmidt. crful comhinatitins of political peculators
Doctor Sonnenschmidt says, "vcrc dit
Schlaushcimcr pito himself?" I
Mrs. Schhiusliciiiicr says, "On his pack,
near ids ankle."
So dey look on his pack und his anklci
hut dey didn't found no pile. Von lloyle, in
As this material, asido from its use in
other directions, plays an important; role lu
tho printing and electrotyping business in
s country, it being employed for a great
.variety of purpo.es, tho following extract
'm tho Church Uuwn may bo read with in.
"o mahogany tree was discovered just a
'""o beforo tho year 1G00, and not till near-
W century later was it brought into Euro-
PC"" "e. The first mention of it is,that it
wa3 used iu tho repair of some of Sir Walter
Kalcigu's ships, at Trinidad, in 101)7. Its
finely variegated tints were admired ; but in
that ago the dream, of El Dorado caused
matters of more value to bo neglected. Tho
first that' was brought to Europe was about
London, bv a brother who was a West India
Captain. Tho Doctor was erecting a house,
and gavo tho planks totho workmen, who
rejected them as being too hard. The Doc-
tor then had a candle-box mado of tlio wood,
hi3 cabinet-maker also complaining of tho
l.-rrlnr. nf the timber Tint wi,n finW,o,l
the box became an object of general curiosi-
ty and admiration. Ho had one bureati.and
n,. n f ii,,ni-inni,n, i.n.i .,i.
... ...n..ib..,.,ii ...iv. auuuii;i
mmo of tbis hemtitn woo,i . nml tho dc.
SPiscd mabocanv now bcoamo a prominent
arlico 0nuxury and at tho sam0 time raised
lhofortunClJof the cabinet-maker (Wollas-
ton), by whom it had been at first so little
rcgiirdt.d. since that time, rivaling and al-
most displacing all other ornamental woods,
mall0g!Uiy has 1)Ccomo ovcry,vhere hidlspen-
.jt.i- ,i u ,. n, ...i,i .,,.., i
9lble,iid I", all overtho world, converted
. whatever nf useful nr beniitifnl mv
promote the convenience and comfort, or de-
light tho taste, tho caprice, or tho religious
sentiment of civilized man.
Tho mahogany tree is found in Florida,
and may thus bo claimed as indigenous to Tilden ami Hendricks (tho latter a well-be-the
United States ; and there is no reason to iovctl statesman of Indiana, fully abreast of
.1 t.i 1L 1 , . .... ' -
uouui mat it may ami nereaiier will uo
lmile.l ,iml nlllt I l-.ltml in limnl nrl.o.,fnnn
I I w -"... ... b...w ...... uimEU
, ..,,Hn .. ,,,,.. , ,,;,. in
" -"-"J "
,.,., .. rnr,ta nf . T(l,mnu (l. West T.
dia Islands, Honduras and Yucatan.
l'Ml Krown " H 0,10 of tho monarchs of
'he forests of tropical America. Its vast
mim; !lml "native arms, rising to a very loi-
I tif linlirlit mill uiif-nnrl! in. mill. i.rnAf.r,,l uivnr...
i j -t "i"- b " .-.v...... .n.v.ii
"vcr immense spaces covered Willi ueauu-
K1'1 foliage, bright, glossy, light and airy,
clinging so mug to the spray ns to make it
almost an evergreen -present a rare combi-
"Alton of loveliness and grandeur. Tho
leaves aro very small, delicate, and polished
I lll-n ll,n:n nf llm Lini-J Tl.n tWo.. ..-it
... ...v .......... ...... ...... -"
suiaii aiiii wniic, or grcenisu yeitow. i no
mnt is u ii.uu, ttuuuy eapsuie, nut Ulllim
'bo egg ol a turkey iu size and shapo, and
contains hvo cell, in each ol which aro in
closed about fifteen seeds.
A few facts will furnish a tolerably dis-
tinct idea of tho size of this splendid tree.
llio mahogany lumberman, having selected
tree, surrounds it with a platform about
tenu ieet uuutu mu giumm, uuu cm. it
above the platform. Some dozen or fifteen
of ll'C largest part of the trunk aro thus
lt. i et a single log not frequently weighs
tri,m 'x r ievcn to fifteen tons, and some-
UniM measures as much as seventeen feet hi
length, and lour aud a hall to hvo and a
half feet iu diametcr,oiio treo furnishing two
three, or four such logs. Some tree havo I
yielded 12,000 superficial fect.and at averago
I i!nna 1 ...1,1 r... vHm.i sr..,.-..
I 'nvw .n.vi.o ,,..,u pum mi hiw,wiw, .uecsis,
liroautvootl, Loudon, planolorto manu
facturers, paid i'3,000 for threo logs, all
cut from one tree, and each about fifteen
feet long and nioio than threo feet square.
In low and damp soils its growtli is rapid;
but tho most valuable trees grow slowly
among roeks on stcrilo soil, and seem to
gather compactness and beauty from tho very
struggle which they make for an existence,
In the liaha.nas, iu the mo,t desolato regions,
oneo iiourisiieti tiiat curiously veined and
I lUUtU isil'l'llliu )lll'iv Ulliu KI1UWII li
1. . 1 1.. I
l" . U"f...lI- 1 l 1.... ... .
I lAIUIj'U lit .UUUl'lilt DUUli, LlUt WU1U1I I1U9 I
I i . . . .
long since uccn exterminated, Jamaica,
also, winch Used to lio a Iruillul source ol
I , . .
niaiiogany, and whenco in l.oanot less than
621,000 feet were shipped, is now almost de-
pietcu. l nut which Is now luinished rrom
there U very inferior, pale, and porous, and
i is less rsicemcd inau mat ol L'uua, San Do-
i miiiuo. or iiouutiras.
' " "
lienerai urant thinks that as lonciw there
I . ... . .. .
i a Uristow man lelt aiij'whcro in tlio do-
partnicuU tho prospects of Hayes aro bad.
Ho intends to clean out every one of them
nnd put in men of tho Pass Shcphcrd-Spen-
ccr stripe to work f 'r tho Cincinnati candi
dates anil reform.
Tlio llellcfunto H'tiiWiman, printed whoro
dovernor Curtin lives, says that "lio explic
itly declares himself for Tilden nnd Hen
dricks and intends to stump tho State of In
diana for tho Democracy, Tills we know to
bo truo for wo liavo it from ids own mouth.
That is where he Htand"
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Letter from .lamps M. Srovcl III Itoply to
OAMiuiN, N..T., Aug. 1,1870.
Ethan At.i.r.N, Chairman Liberal National
DiiAit Sin: You ask mo in your letter,
m.. ..n ,n iiitr, r..... ..nt.... ,,.1 rn.
"" lu "1'J1 "i i '""
t"K Ior Jlnyc3 n,,u
cannot tin it, and I will tell you why :
In 1S72, wo fought that good fight In-
gcthcr, in which I was jiroild of your com-
panlonship. Wo then smiporlcd Iloraco
Oreely for President a pure man a good
man, a statesman nnd n patriot. J he Do-
mocracv. at ItaUiinore, forgelting their am
mositles, joined us in endeavoring to restoro
and rebuild upnn (ho foundation of tlio
nincndments (o tho Constitution, which then
promised, nnd yet promisr, a re-growth of
constitutional liberty, through which puro
Inw shall ho tho measure of perfect freedom.
flow Austin lilalr (a man respected nnd ro-
vercd by Mr. Orecly.i says of Mr. Tildcn,
"Ho makes no compromises with corruption,
and never seeks to avoid tlio enmity of th6
rings. As a practical reformer, he has led
the way to the restoration of hnnc .t ami ceo-
nomlcal government in tho only possible
who have possessed themselves of tho reins
Hut you sav "Mr. Tilden is honest from
calculation and not from nature."
To use a homely proverb, why do you
'look a gift horse in the mouth ?" What
right havo wo to go into tho motives of a
statesman who lias tmnrisoned or driven in-
t0 cx0 ciellntic municipal robbcrs,and then
trampled in tho dust tho powerful and defi-
tint Canal King of tho .State of rtew York?
While wo have been leaking reform, Gov,
Tilden lias been ALTINO reform.
'ino people cried aloud lor a cnangooi
measures aud men. Massachusetts, with.
auueu tuousanus in every state, Hungering
and thirsting for honest government, asked
ior isnsiow ior rrcaiuent. tvowcro ioia
that lie would apostatize and Johusonizotho
ltepuuucan party, aim morion ana tonK-
ling and Logan, cunning m their extremity,
dodging tho real issue, havo given us Eu-
thcrlord u. J I ayes, un Known to mo nation
save that ho was threo times Governor of
Ohio. o havo nothing to say against him;
but does ho fill tho bill ? Tho stream cannot
rise higher than tho fountain. Tho fountain
trated the great cohorts of office-holding Ite-
publicauism, from the Cabinet to tho custom
house. Will Mr. Hayes bo stronger than
tho Convention which cried lo 7'riumphc to
Grant's administration when the people had
repudiated it with a unanimity unparalleled
It seems to mo "no!" Tho campaign of
1872 was based on generous sentiment aud
.1 i:.. t.. , ir
, buiuhi puucy. ill auppuillllg iiujea JUU ftl
back x g0 fonV!ud j Wc aro at ast a ;l0.
io.mu nennle. There, is no North, nr.
South; but the machinery of Republican
nolitics waves over ns at oner, a truncheon
and a "bloody shirt," (as if the war had not
ended eleven years ago); and seeks tokindlo
old animosities while inaugurating a policy
To this policy, which Haves must bo now-
....... . . t : "it
eness ikj resist, i uuyu never ivuil uuu i.
never can give my assent.
The people caro little for tho money epics-
That has no business in this cnmrmiD-n.
il.o ,l..n,1 .,, ,n,,f nf ,l, ,,.,. 1
stand to-day where you and I stood at tlio
Cincinnati Convention of 1S72. Wo belicv- t
ed them sincere then, when, conquering
prejudices, they joinetl bands with us in 1
fighting a corrupt administration.
And I believe them sincere now when
they promise tho pcoplo an honest ailminu-
Suci. a i.urorm would snlUfv Lincoln or
chase, or tireely , or .Sumner, llut ltcpubli-
caj3m no. nieuns Conklin". and Morton.
and Sargent, and Logan as the power behind
tho throne it mcans"tho continued domina-
tjull r un arr01;aut and unscrupulous aris-
. ...... . '
tocracy oi oaice-holdeis ; it means poiccr
v itlioiit con-cience, and it mistakes audacity
for ttalctmaiuhij). Politics is not a profes
sion ; it is a duty j and becauso I believe it
my duty, I shall advocate tho election of
"Tii.iniN and llKNDiiiciw." Sincerely
James M. Scoviu,.
'pll0 wavH ofth0 i,ondon Rmall boy aro ne-
culiar. A countrvman camo to London tho
other day to see tho reception of tho Princo
of Wales. A friend, as they parted at tho
station, cautioned him against losing his
money iu tho crowd. "Nobody'll get my
money," was tlio reply. "I haven't but a
pound, nnd that' in my mouth.' V small
hoy heard this and followed the rustle and,
when tho opportunity oflcred, suddenly got
h,, fr01lt of j,im and ijea to Im.K (,mo
I . 9. .
pennies which be had himself dropped say.
ing as be did so, "You ginimo that soyrin."
A crowd collected, of course, and wanted to
know what wits the row, "Why," said tho
young hopeful, "I waf goin' along 'itli ono
pun sixpence in my hand, a carryin' of it to
mother, and this 'ero feller knocked it out of
mv lintul nml nut ilin snvrln In 1,1a mnnfl, "
'pll0 COi,utrvman tried lo explain, but tho
iw ,l i, -,.t. iw.,.l ti.f mnti,i,.
was i hu momI, and t.10 i.onest ilriti. ,.
,.ublic forced him to disL-orce. and tho bov
I uPtit nn liiu wnv rn n c mi
Tim v, vnr- 'i.ih. nti n,nf ti.
n. : ,.. 1.: .....r..ii.. ...
I 'v,iiv..,n,u I'.tii3 i.s ueiuu OUIlltCllllllV lilB-
,.ii!,i r. ,i, i, t. o'tt.i
ll01nilmtiQ j,M m)t dUtutbed 1)ew0cratio
harmony iu tho least
irio,i oi.,i,., .,0 ii, Kt i n,ii, hm.a.
. i.n.. i i.n ,.e
i jfcmvirH , tuu leuuin ttcpuuiiwiu uiau m
111, .,., III. nn nur wt.ln tl.tu limn In.l un
tl.lnt that wo can win tlm firht nevcrtbe-
i - - - n
Tho notorious Kill Kembloof Philaelel-
plila is n member of tho National Ecpulili-
licau Committee. It might bo supposed that
no member of that body could givo any
points in political business to its Chairman,
Chandler. Put wo uro disposed to think
that even Chandler may bo assisted iu his
operations by Pill Kcmblc, tho promulgato
and prsctiscr of tho laws of Addition, Divi
sion and Silence. ICcmble is n lino manager
for tbo Kcpublk'tui parly of Pennsylvania iu
tills campaign, Ar. Y, tfun.