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WBDNE8DAY EVENING, JUNE 16,1880.
THE DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE.
WHO SHALL HE BE?
The Drift of Lecal Sentiment.
Since the nominations of Garfield and
Arthur and with the approach of the time
for holding the Demeciatic national con
vention, inteicst quickens in the probable
action of that body, aud all parties mani
fest a lively concern therein. Messrs. B.
J. McGrann and W. U. Hensel are the del
egates from Lancaster county te the Cin
cinnati convention, and in order te test the
sense of their constituents the following
circular was sent out last week te all the
Democratic county committeemen and te
some 400 ether representative Democrats
in all parts of the county :
Lancaster, Pa., June 10, 1880.
Dear Sir: The Republican party has
new placed its candidates in. the field
James A. Garfield, of Ohie, for president,
and Chester A. Arthur, of New Yerk, for
vice president. The Democratic national
convention will meet in Cincinnati en June
Mr. 15. J. McGrann and myself, delegates
from this district, will go there, as we de
clared before and after our election, un
pledged te any special candidate, uncom
mitted te any particular interest, te vote
for and te aid the nomination of the man
who at that time seems te combine all the
qualifications of a Democratic president,
with the qualities which render hist lectien
At the same time we are anxious te as
certain as fully as possible the views of our
immediate constituents touching the ques
tion of the Democratic candidates, and we
will be glad te hear from you, as a repre
sentative Democrat, what is your own and
the prevailing Democratic opinion in your
district, as te what should or should net be
done at Cincinnati in the nomination of a
candidate or the adoption of a platform of
principles. If you will write frankly, ex
pressing your own and your Democratic
neighbors' choice en the presidency, you
will facilitate us in our desire te ascertain
and represent the average preference of
our constituents, aud te act for the general
geed el the whole party.
We ought te have your reply en or be
fore Wednesday, June 16.
Yours truly, W. U. IIexsel.
In addition te the replies sought and
received te this circular, representatives
of the Ixteli.igescek have diligently
interviewed personally many prominent
Democrats of this city and ether parts of
the county, with whom they have come in
contact during the past week, and unci
abstracts of the answers received from all
these various inquiries are embodied in the
Ne attempt is made te tabulate the
answers, for several reasons : Thev are
valuable chietly as the individual views of
representative Democrats, though many
of equal weight with theso included in
this list have failed thus far te respond,
and ethers whose opinions are of as much
value were unavoidably and unintention
ally emitted in making the inquiries.
Moreover, a large number interviewed
decline te express any decided preference,
further than "for the best man te win.'
Seme who express a decided choice object
te having it put into cold type. In many
instances persons are indifferent as be
tween three or four candididatcs of
equally geed standing hi their eyes ; and
though Seymour is the favorite with the
largest number, a general idea that
he may positively decline prevails, not
withstanding which many have failed te
furnish their second choice in case Mr.
Seymour's name is net allowed te be pre
sented. Mr. Bayard has many friends who urge
him as a clean, brave, independent Demo
crat, in the vigor of life, of geed social
parts, a scholar, an orator and a states
man, of wide public sympathies and great
courage of conviction ; he is urged as Do
ing able te command mere Republican
votes than any ether possible nominee. It
is urged against him that he tee readily
consented te the electoral commission bill,
that Mr. Tilden would net give him a cor
dial support en that account, that he is tee
stiffly "hard money" te be acceptable te the
Western Democrats, and that in the Sen
ate he is net quite enough of a party man,
ufinilimr se straight sometimes that he
inclines towards the Republicans A few
Democrats object te taking a candidate
from a state south of Masen and Dixen's
It is only fair te say that the general op
position te Mr. Tilden is based in nearly
all cases en a distrust of his availability, a
fear that ' he cannot carry New Yerk;"
an almost universal sympathy is manifest
ed for him, and a fierce desire te avenge
the electoral wrenjr. There are some ob
jectiens te him for his alleged failure te
seat himself in 1877, aud some because ei
the income tax and cipher dispatch scan
dals. Hancock is especially popular with the
soldiers ; it is urged that his equally geed
military and civil record would make him
an invincible candidate and that he can
beat Garfield in Pennsylvania ; the objec
tions made te him are that the country
wants a statesman of experience net a sol
dier, and that his connection with the Mrs.
Surratt execution would lese him many
Thurmau is regarded with much admi
ration ; and se is Hendricks, as well-deserving
Democrats, and the nomination of
either for first place would be heartily rat
ified here. Doubts ate expressed as te
whether cither of them would be the
strongest candidate " te carry New Yerk,"
and a general desire is manifested that one
or the ether of them should sacrifice his
personal feelings te the party geed and
strengthen a ticket with an Eastern man at
the top of it.
Pendleton, Jewctt and Payne have some
local following, but it is generally deemed
risky te invite a decisive October contest,
with an Ohie man, for a state that is net
essential te Democratic success in Novem
ber. " Little Mac " has a strerg held en the
hearts of the people here, aud his nomina
tion would create great enthusiasm ; the
objections te him are tliat he was defeated
once and that a statesman net a soldier is
Field has some warm admirers, who be
lieve that he is stronger in the East than
any Eastern man ; superior in his candidacy
te all the factional rivalries of New Yerk,
and would carry California, Oregon, Ne
vada and Colerado. The objections made
te him are his opinion against the Thur
man railroad act and the elevation of su
preme judges te political positions.
Eaten, that straight-lac2d Democrat,
who alone saw the felly of and refused te
sanction the electoral commission, gets a
vote or two ; Parker, of New Jersey, is
pronounced invulnerable as a war Demo
crat and popular publicist ; Petter, of
New Yerk : Gasten, of Massachssetts, and
the Englishes are regarded as possible
Judge Black is held by many as the
"noblest Reman of them all," if the poli
ticians could only rise te the high plane of
such a nomination. Randall is accounted
the possible heir of Tilden's strength and
he is a favorite "dark horse," a general
idea prevailing here that " he could easily
earrv Pennsylvania ever Gaifield."
The claims of the various candidates are
urged in Lancaster county by their admir
ers without any bitterness of feeling and
the objections are only such as prevai1
against their nomination. Any possible
selection is sure te be heartily ratified in
Lancaster. Te nearly every opinion these
words arc added, in effect : " But any of
the likely candidates will suit me. Any
geed Democrat who can carry New Yerk
will de. We want a candidate who can be
elected." It is only fair te say that a gen
eral expression of confidence in the geed
judgment and loyal Democracy of the dis
trict delegates has been received from their
constituents, whose preference are hereto
Adam Z. Riugwalt : Tilden.
Jehn Murphy : Bayard or
Gee. W. Brown : Seymour.
D. A. Altick & Seu : Scymeui and
Jehn W. Lewell : Tilden if he could
win ; Seymour or Bayard.
E. D. North : Bayard, Hauceck or any
geed man ; Tilden deserves it.
Samuel M. Seuer; Seymour.
A.J. Steinman: Seymour and Thur
man. II. R. MeCoueiny : Seymour or Bayard.
Jehn Rees : McClellau.
Cel. H. A. Hambright : Hancock.
Gee. L. Beyle : Seymour.
Charles Buchmillcr : Seymour or
.Tnim Brown : Eaten. " the best
Democrat in the country."
Chiis. S. Feltz : Hancock.
Dau Legan : Tilden, first last and all the
AVilliam Metzger : Tilden, Seymour or
Cel. James Boen : Bayard,
W. H. Reland : Tilden.
S. W. Shadlc : Tilden.
T. F. McEUigett : Seymour.
Jehn A. Schaum : A candidate without
William McComsey : Bayard and Pal
mer ; Randall for a dark horse.
Dr. A. Bern Hirsh : Black and Payne.
Jas. Stewart : Bayard aud Palmer.
J. A. Sprengcr : Hauceck.
D. McMullcn : Bayard.
P Aiit Metzser: If Tilden's nemina
tien is inexpedient, then Bayard.
Dr. Wm. B. Fahnestock : Seymour.
C. W. Eckert : Seymour or llaaceck.
Cel. Wm. B. Ferduey : Personally pre
fer Bayard ; Seymour is the man for the
D. G. Eshleman : Hancock the strongest
candidate ; Bayard would make the best
Jehn A. Keller : Any geed man.
James M. Burke : Seymour.
J. L. Steinmetz : Seymour or Bayard.
Gee. D. Reynolds : Thurman.
Dr. S. II. Metzger: bcyinetir;
A. Albert : Bayard.
J TVf Westliaeffer : Tilden if he
Chas. M. Hewell : Tilden or Bayard.
A. 11. Tener : Tilden.
James McKenna : Bayard and Field.
A. Teller : Bayard or Seymour.
J. B. Kaufman : Seymour or Bayaid and
Harry Fahnesteck: Seymour or ILin ILin
ceck S. II. Reynolds : Bayard or Seymour.
Geerge Naumau : Bayard or Seymour.
Simen W. Raub : Seymour.
Garret H. Everts : Seymour and Payne.
Rebert Clark : Bayard or Hancock.
J. B. Lichty: Seymour or Bayard;
neither Tilden nor Hendricks.
R. B. Risk : Seymour or Bayard.
E. H. Yundt : Seymour, the man who
never made a mistake.
Wm. H. Shultz : Seymour and Thur
man, a ticket with brains. S
Dr. F. G. Albright : Seymour.
Abram Hirsh : Would rather net have a
Ames Deverter : McClcllan.
Frank Hartmver : Sevuieur and Hen
Jeseph Barnett: Seymour aud Hen
dricks. Rev. W. T. Gerhard : Bayard.
Themas Kelly : Gen. McClcllan, the dark
here en the fourth ballet.
Charles llelman : Hauceck.
Gee. Bewman : Seymour or Hancock ;
Jue. F. Dcichler : Seymour.
Gee. Wall : Payne ; second choice, r leid.
Frank Hegener : Tilden or Hancock ; no
Jas. Maclienigie : union, ei cemae ,
second choice, McClellan.
Jue. A. Ceyle : Seymour and Hendricks ;
Hancock, Bayard, or Field ; auti-Tildcn.
B. F. Lemau : Seymour. .,,,
Philip J)oersem : Jeremiah S. Black ;
second choice, Randall.
J. M. Johnsten : McClellan and Pendle
ton. rercy jounsten : ctjjum,
Herbert Johnsten : Parker and Palmer.
. O R Tfecmnnr : Hancock.
A. J. Harberger : Seymour or Bayard.
.Newt. McCartney: fseymeur;
Geerge Kreider : Seymour.
Jeseph Welfersberger : Bayard;
Tilden. , . ,
B. F. Davis : Seymour ; Tildeu if he
Gee. F. Sprengcr : Hancock.
LANCASTER, PA., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16, 1880
Seymour or Bayard ;
Adam Obleuder: Bayard,
Hancock, Pendleton, Payne,
Gee. Pentz : Anti-Tilden ;
H. Wilhclm : Tilden
Officer James Ceyle :
Alex. Harris : Field.
if he could win ;
J. S. Givler : Bayard.
Jacob Nerbcck : Hancock or Bayard ;
Landis B. Norbeck : Bayard.
Mayer MacGenigle : Seymour.
H. Wolf : Bayard.
H. W. Harberger : Seymour.
Dr. Henry Carpenter : Seymour,
ard or Judge Black.
Geerge Steinman : Seymour or Field.
James A. McElhene : Seymour, Bayard,
Morrison or Payne.
Chas. G. Rhoads : Hane 1; ; anti-Tilden.
W. F. Hambright : Bayard ; anti-Tilden.
Officer Fulmer: Payne.
Officer James Kautz : Tilden.
Moritz Gershel : McClellan.
Daniel Trewitz ; Fer the nominee.
Henry Gerhart : Bayard.
W. B. Striue : Tilden.
Gee. Musser : Seymour ; Tilden if he
Peter Allabach : The best man.
O. B. Shertzer : A straight Democrat. '
Peter McConeiny : Seymour or Bayard.
Jehn J. Jeffries : The best man.
Michael Herzeg : Tilden.
Gee. Reimensnydcr, : Thurman.
C. Stiffel : Field.
Dr. Jehn Levergood : Seymour and
C. F. Rengier : Seymour and Payne.
Byren J. Brown : Seymour ; second
H. B. Swarr: Seymour.
J. B. Rupley : Bayard or Seymour.
H. II. lleuscl : Seymour and Payne.
Chas. L. Giccn : Seymour.
P. S. McTague : Tilden or Hancock.
Cel. Ed. McGevcrn : Bayard.
Slier. Smith : Bayard.
Chas. R. Frailey : Seymour.
Jehn McCulley: Seymour or Bayard.
L. Bau : Black or Bayard.
Gee. W. Zechcr: Seymour, Bayaid,
II. W. Hess : The strongest man.
E. S. Metzger: Seymour.. Black or Bay
aid. Gee. Beehiiuger: Hancock.
W. R Wilsen : Tilden if available ;
Seymour or Randall.
C. G. Bealc : Thurman, Hendricks,
den or Bayard.
It. II. Brubakcr : Seymour or Payne.
Wm. Adams : Seymour or Hancock.
Henry Widmyer: Bayard, Hancock or
Geerge Lentz : Seymour.
Davis Kitch, jr. : Tilden.
William A. Morten : Seymour ;
Gee. McNabb : Tilden.
II. Yackly : Field.
Jehn Yackly : The best man.
Wm. Sales : Seymour or Bayard ; anti
Tilden. Gee. M. Berger : Hancock, Seymour or
Chas. Derwart : Bayaid or Seymour.
Alex Dennelly : Seymour, Black, Ran
dall or Tilden.
B. Kuhlmau : Hancock or Bleek.
Ph. Borngcsser : Black.
Lawrence Goes : Hancock or Seymour.
Jehn Himinclsbacli : Hancock or Sey
mour. Win. Trees : Seymour or Thurman.
James R. Garvin : Seymour ; anti-Tilden.
Ph. Kuhlmau: Anbedy except Tilden.
Win. McLaughlin, jr. : Hancock or Sey
mour. Leuis Mattcrn : Hancock.
0. A. Obleuder : Hancock,
dricks. Palmer or Eaten for
lirst place ;
Horatio Seymour, jr., Morrison, Bishop or
McClellan for second place ; anti-Tilden
Frederick Judith : Any man that can
win, except Tilden.
P. Dennelly : Hancock, Bayard, Hen
dricks, Seymour or Black; auti-Tildcn.
Jehn Ilarmau : Seymour.
Gee. W. Beck : Fer the best man.
F. A. Rieker : Hancock or McClellan.
B. Snyder: Bayard.
Thes. Zecher : Hancock.
Jes. Schmid : Tildeu.
Jac. Feelgrabcr : Hancock ; ue beaten
Gee. Shay : Seymour or Bayard.
Jehn Rese : Jere. S. Black.
S. S. Rathven : Tilden.
M. Fisher : Tilden.
Elitn G. Snyder : Judge Black.
Wm. Tittus : Seymour and Payne.
Chas. E. Dewney: Seymour, or Bayard,
with Thurman or Hendricks for vice pre
sident. Jac. P Jtitz : Hancock.
II. A. Milcy : Hancock.
Fred. Ycager : Hancock or Seymour.
.lac. Metzger : Seymour or Bayard.
E. S. Laydeiv: Hancock.
W. C. Buchanan : Bayard.
Ncal F. Dunlcavy : Hancock, en a bread
and liberal platform.
T. Masterson : Black and Seymour being
out of the question, give us cither Bayard,
Hancock or Payne ; but don't squabble.
J. T. Richards : Bayard.
F. P. D. Miller : McClellan and Hend
ricks, or Hancock and Morrison ; anti
Tilden. Jehn Klincsmith : Seymour and Hend
ricks. Gee. L. Lvlc. Themas Swindler, Jehn
Carlin and Jeseph Rhoads : Bayard ;
W. II. Grier : Seymour.
Geerge Yeunff : Scvmeur. or a
Rathven & Stair : Seymour, Bayard or
S. P. Moderwell : Seymour.
F. C. Snyder : Seymour and Randall ;
Bayaid or Hancock.
It. S. Grabill : Seymour or uayaru aim
Geerge Briner : Personal preference is
Tilden, who stands about third in popular
favor ; Seymour is the favorite, with Han
cock second : Randall. Bayard, Payne,
Eaten or any geed lifelong Democrat will
suit ; net David Davis.
II. B. Essick : Hancock the most avail
able candidate, with neudricks ler second
place ; Bayard would make the best pres
ident, as he is the first statesman ei iuu
country, but it is doubtful if he could be
elected ; Seymour's nomination inexpedient
in view of his broken health ; anti-Tilden.
Frank Leng : Hancock or Bayard ; hard
money and high tariff.
Gee. W. Sener : Field ; second choice
F. Cristy : Bayard.
F. X. Ziegler : Jere S. Black, Bayard or
D. Hanauer : The man te win.
Gen. William Patteu : Seymour and Hen
dricks or Thurman.
G Tille : Seymour.
Jehn Barr : Bayard.
H. M. North : Garfield's nomination very
weak ; Democrats only need a combination
that will carry New Yerk and Indiana
Wm. G. Duttonhefer : Hancock or Bay
Dr. Jehn Martin: Hancock, Bayard or
any clean Democrat en the constitution
for a platform.
J. F. Kern : Bayard ; Tilden net popu
R. M. Arters : Hancock.
Wm. B. Irwin: Seymour, with Hen
dricks or Thurman.
Gee. W. Steinmetz: Hancock, Jndge
Black or any geed man ; anti-Tilden.
D. Hauck : Hancock, Seymour or Bayard
Pierce Lesher : Randall, Hancock. Eaten
and Seymour the favorites ; anti-Tilden.
James M. Walker : Tilden ought te be
the candidate if available ; Judge Black
would be a dark horse of great speed ; auy
Simeon W. Swisher : Bayard is "solid
Wm. M. Galbraith : Bayard.
Rev.C. W. Stewart, D. D. : Any sound
Democrat and pure man ; Tilden net
Jehn L. Fasnacht : Judge Field ; satis
fied with anybody except Tilden.
Jehn Bach man : beymeur, uayaru. nun
cock or Field ; no Tilden.
Gee. W. Wormley : Anybody but Til
den ; " Little Mac" would de.
L. T. Hensel : Randall, Bayard or Sey
mour. Fer second place, Palmer or
Thurman. Pepularsciitiment against Til
den and Hancock boom subsiding
E. M. Stauffer : Bayard ; no Tilden.
Jas. G. McSpanan: Bayard, Parker,
Eaten. Randall, Payne, Seymour. Tilden,
Iliiiceck and McClellan, all would be first
class presidents. Seymour and Hendricks
would be the strongest nominations ; Til
den is net available.
Jehn S. Brown : Seymour or Bayard
with Hendricks- for second place ; anti
Tilden. Chas. Acheson : Bayard ; personal pre
Jehn Hastings : Jeremiah S. Black ;
Sevmeur or Bayard.
P. W. Housekeeper : Anybody except
Win. Griuiley : Vete for anybody you
d d please. You'll de it anyhow.
E. C. Diller : Seymour, Bayard, Han
cock or Payne ; no Tildeu.
J. C. McConnell : Fer auybedy that, is
available and seund: Tilden is unpopu
lar. West Earl.
Henry Kafreth : Hancock first choice
and Tilden most unpopular.
Rebert Montgomery : Bayard the strong
est man ; commands the universal confi
dence of the business interests-.
Gee. W. Hensel : Bayard and Thurman
would be a grand ticket te elect and a
creditable one te be cvendefeated with.
It will carry everything that is doubtful
and make the sure suites mere certain.
G. J. P. Raub : Seymour. Bayard sec
ond choice.; must carry New Yerk.
Faber Sellers : Judge Stephen J. Field.
Thce. A. Stcincr : Bayard, Seymour,
Payne or Thurman ; Tilden's choice, but
Jere. Mehlcr : Tilden if- he could be
elected ; Bayard or Hancock most popu pepu
' A. G. Killian : Gen. Gee. B. McClellan.
Gee. F. Shultz : Auybedy te uuite the
New Yerk factiens: Tilden. Seymour,
Bayard, Field, Payne, Jewett or Parker.
Gee. Yeutz: The strongest and best
Cel. James Lynch : Fer Tildeu if he
could carry New Yerk ; that being doubt
ful, Field or McClellan.
Cel. II. M. Breneman : Seymour ; sec
ond choice, Judge Field ; anti-Tilden.
S. R. Hackenberger : Seymour, Hancock
or Field would de admirably ; anti-Tilden.
J. B. Shultz : Henry B. Payne of Ohie
and Clarksen N. Petter, of New Yerk, for
II. T. Shultz : Payne and Petter.
Emanuel Heffmau : Field ; anti Tilden.
W. B. Schneitman : Field and Petter
a ticket that can unite the party in New
C. J. Rhodes : Seymour all the time.
Cel. Joel L. Lightner: Bayard; anti
Tilden. J. B. Martin : Joel Parker or Bayard.
Henry F. Hartman : Hancock ; Tildeu
J. It. Dietrich : Hancock ;
men here ; some for Field.
Henry Eckert : Prevailing preference for
II. L. Eckert : Bayard the favorite. Per
sonal preference Payne aud Petter. Let
us have P's.
Jacob R. Rutter : ILinceck ; Seymour if
he will accept ; Bayard or Field ; anti-Til
W. W. Busser : My first choice is Til
den ; second, Field ; third, Seymour. The
prevailing choice is first, Hauceck ; second,
Seymour. All agree ou Judge Black for
J. Frank Reed : Randall, first choice ;
after him Thurman or Payne.
C. B. Johnsten : Bayard for president
and a Califerniau for vice president ; di
vision in New Yerk the only objection te
It. B. Patterson : Bayard or any ether
geed man ; Tilden objected te because
hardest te elect.
Lincoln Scheel Heuse.
Aaren Seurbeer : Hancock, or any geed
man ; anti-Tilden.
J. B. Bembergcr : First, Seymour ; sec
ond, Field ; third, Judge Black.
Jas. M. Dunlap Seymour ; net Tilden.
Henry Arndt : Seymour.
Jehn S. Maun : Seymour.
Jehn Waller : Bayard. Many "worship"
Tilden but fear that he is unavailable. Ne
objection te Randall or Field.
J. L. Brandt : Seymour first ; Bayard
Jehn Crull: Seymour, Bayard, Han
cock, McClellan, Hendricks and Field, in
the order Darned : Judee Black would make
the government as pure as nts own per-
senal record ; anti-Tilden.
J. H. Hegener: Seymour, with Hendricks
w , w m m
Gee. W. Schroeder
or Thurman for second place ; second
choice Randall ; Bayard popular in Mari
etta. Israel Hanlen : Any geed man that can
win and trill take his seat.
Fred Waller : Fer the strongest man.
J. K. Curran and J. W. Kelly : Fer the
A. Cellins, James Sanders, Wm. Brown
and Jehn Fritz : Tilden if he can be settled
S. C. Stevenson : Hancock most popu
lar, Tilden least se. Ne Ohie man unless
he can surely carry that state. Bayard or
Field will de well.
Capt. H. A. Haines: McClellan my own
enthusiastic choice. The platform should
score the administration for its obstruc
tion of soldiers' pension claims.
J. Luther Hayes : Judge Black nvy own
first choice ; Bayard, Field, Hancock and
Randall all favorites here, but the prevail
ing wish is that Seymour would be cheseu
and accept ; auti-Tilden.
Jere. Shaffncr : Seymour, Bayard or
Jehn L. Jacobs : First choice, Bayard ;
any candidate can win.
Fred. Gerth : Hancock and Hendricks,
Palmer or Thurman for second place. Sey
mour and Hendricks would be grand.
Prof. J. W. Westlake : The vote of the
doubtful states must be ceusidered. If
Tilden can heal the New Yerk difficulties
he should be the nominee. Hancock could
carry Pennsylvania ; Bayurd aud Seymour
would be ideal candidates. Field and
Randall, or Hancock and Payne would be
invincible. Ne soft money nor evasions of
living questions in the platform.
Gee. D. Brown : Hancock or Seymour ;
Chas. F. Recs : Give us a dark horse
like Frank Pierce ; anti-Tilden.
Mount Jey Borough.
Jeseph Detweiler : Anybody except Til
deu. M. Hildebrand : Bayard is the popular
choice; -Judge Black would be the best
dark horse ; anti-Tilden.
R. II. Leng : Will trust te the wisdom
e f the convention.
II. Shaffner : Seymour, Bayard, Han
cock or Hendricks.
Mount Jey (Leainan'it Scheel Heuse.)
Win. L. Diffenbaugh : Hancock ; any
body except Tilden,
Mount Jey (Breneman' Scheel Heuse.)
Henry Wambaugh : Bayard and Hen
dricks or Field ; anti-Tilden, auti-Chiuese
H. N. Shaffncr : Hancock.
Isaac Watsen : Anybody but Tilden.
Wm. Walker : McClcllan.
N. Lefever : Bayard or any geed man.
Dr. Gee. J. Hoever : Bayard, beymeur,
or anybody but Tildeu.
A. P. McIIvain : Seymour, Bayard or
Daniel E. Rice: Tilden (if he can tc
elected), Hancock, McClellan, Field or
Gee. Diller : The best man ; net Tilden.
Edw. McMullcn: Bayard and Field.
Seymour, Hancock or Tilden would de
well. Tilden has warm friends in Penu.
H. E. Miuuich : Horatio Seymour ; Han
cock or Bayaid satisfactory; willing te
trust te the geed judgment of the dele
gates. C. G. Bessier : Personally prefer Bayard
and MacDonald as the ticket ; the district
generally is for either Seymour, Hancock
or Bayard ; anti-Tilden.
E. It. Workman : Hancock and Palmer
or McDonald ; Seymour is a favorite ; per
sonal preference, Bayard ; Democratic
sentiment adverse te Tildeu.
II. W. Lutz : Hancock, Tilden or Bay
ard ; auti-Tildcn.
Levi S. Heffman : Seymour, Hancock or
Bavard. the choice of the district ; personal
prelerence oeymeur; inueu uuiwuHi.
Sam'l P. Shirk : Bayard ; Hauceck is
gaining here ; Tilden could net get tlie
T. J. Shirk : Hancock the choice of the
district ; personal preference, Bayard ;
Jehn Cenrad : Personal preference,
Judge Black ; Hancock pepular.and Tilden
has seme friends ; unite New Y'erk.
W. II. Dietrich : Horatio Seymour.
E. L. Hambright -. Seymour; for daik
horse, Randall ; any geed man.
w -r in 1. TV. ..... -.1 .! 1 in til
U. Li. lowusena : uayiuu. u iiu ,
Symour and Hendricks ; Parker and Mor
rison ; Hancock and Payne any of these
will de. Tilden least available. Clear,
concise platform ; no Boft money idea.
Jehn Masen: Any geed man except
James P. Marsh : Solid against Tilden ;
Bayard the favorite ; personal preference
Seymour and Field.
Isaac Walker : " Almest unanimously"
for Tilden. Ne anti-Chinese or soft metiey
I. D. Worst : Seymour ; anti-Tildeu,
Henry Wise : Bayard or Hancock, the
popular favorite ; personal preference,
Seymour, or any man with a clean Demo
Geen:e L. Gresh : Gen. McClellan,
or Hancock or Bayard ; Tilden net popu
lar. J. H. Menaugh: McClellan is the favor
te "by a large majority ;" personal prefer-
Henry M. Weller : Fer the candidate of
the convention's choice : Tilden would
Jes. G. Gender : Seymour or Bayard.
The constitution for a platform.
Charles Beam : Bayard, first last and all
the time; Hancock, Black, Parker and
Seymour have a following.
Saml. L. Echtcreacht : anti-Tildeu ; for
Bayard, Black, Hancock, Field or Hen
W. J. Wentz : The strongest man Bay
ard or Seymour.
Reuben Shelly : Hen. Stephen J. Field.
I. T. Bembcrger: Seymour, Hancock,
Bayard or Thurman in the order named ;
Tilden's renominatien bitterly disapproved
J. A. Buch : Bayard, anvbxly but Til
den. Jesse It. Pennabeckcr : Hancock.
Gee. W. Roberts : Seymour; anti-Til
J. B. Douglass : Seymour, with Thur
man, Payne or Morrison for second place.
Field second choice. A sound and short
platform ; no Tilden, no Credit Mebilierist,
no salary grabber.
G. K. Pray : Bayard.
I 1 SYBUP
Vr'wv Twe Outs.
Miracles of llealtag Unparalleled
in Medical History.
" I have been mulcted for twenty year with
an obstinate skin disease, called by .sen.e M.
l.s' psoriasis and ether, lepresy.cnuimencinj:
en my scalp, and in spite of all I could de.
with the help et the most skilful doctors, it
slowly but surely extended, until a year age
this winter it covered my entire person in
formerdryxcales. Fer the lust threw years I
have been unable te de any labor, aud sutler
ing intensely all the time. Kvcry morning
there could be nearly a dustpanlul or scales
taken from the sheet or my bed, some of them
halt as large as the envelope containing this
letter, lu the latter part et winter tuy skin
commenced cracklngepen. I tried everything,
almost, that could be thought of, without any
reller The 12th of June 1 started Went in
hopes I could reach the Het Spring I reached
Detroit and was se low I thought I should
have te go te the hospital, but Dually get as
far as lousing, Mich., where 1 had a sister liv
ing. One Pr. trcatedineaboiittweweeks,
but did me no geed. AH thought I had but a
short time llve. I earnestly prayed te die.
Cracked through the skin all ever my 'ek,
across my rib-, anus, hands, limbs, feet badly
swollen.tee nails came etr.tlngcriinllsilcadaiid
hard us bone, hair dea.!. dry ami lileless as old
straw. O, my Ued ! hew I did sutler.
'My sister, Mrs. E. II. Davis, -had a small
part of a box or Cuticura lu the house. Mn
wouldn't give up ; said, ' We will try Cutlcnra.
eme was applied en one hamt and arm.
Eureka ! there was reliet ; stepped the UTrible
burning sensation liimi the wen! go. lhey
imnieduttclvgetthu Cuticura Kiwelvkst. Cu
ticura and Cuticuha Soai 1 commenced by
hiking one tablespoenrul or Reselvent three
times a dav. after meals : had a bath encu a
iIhv wiit.'riihniit. bleed heat: used Cntlcura
fc....... fwulif .irk.illMil f!llHfMl!
Cuticura morning and
evening, itesult, returned te my home in ji.si
six weeks trem time I left, anil my skin as
smooth as this sheet or paper.
"HIICA.M K. OAltl'KNTEK,
" Hendersen, Jeffersen County, X. Y.
"Sworn te bclere me this nineteenth day of
January, I8S0. ' A. M. LurriMOWKLU
Justice of the Peace.
We hereby certity that we an: acquainted
with the aforesaid .Hiram E. Carpenter and
knew his condition 10 have been as suited. V e
believe his statement te lie true in every par
ticular. .. , . , .,
L. It. Simmons & Son.Meich'ts.IIeiiilersen.N .
G. A. Thompson, Merchant, "
A. A. Pa vis, ' '
Millard E. Joiner,
A. M. I.elllngwell.
Attorney and Counseller nt-!.a.
CUTicuit KEMEWKSare prepared by V KhKs
reTTEIt, Chemists and Druggists..."! yt wtli wtli
ingteu street, Bosten, and aie ter sale 1 ij all
Prug"ists. l'rice et Ccticuka. a Medical Jell) .
smalTbexes, 50 cents; large boxes. l. Cuti
cura Keselvekt, a New Meed IMilIler, t per
bottle. CirneuiiA Medicinal Toilet ttv, -
Cents, CUTICTBA MEIUCINAL MIAVIMO hOAI l.
cents; in bars forltarbcrsundlargecustemers.
A Feed ami a MecHciium-
The rurust. Surest and Most Powerful I:
storatlve lu Medhlne hir Feeble and
Kxhaiisted Constitutions, Xerteus
and General Debility, Con
sumption and Wast
Ft' 11 ft ITU It J&
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Myiurrngcmcnt-snrennw completed te de
Itegildllig in Hrst-class maiiiu-r and at le.iMin
THE NEW PICTURE FRAMK STOKF,
. 15 Knst King Slrret.
WALTER A. HEIMTSH.
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J lass Covered Jelly Tmubk'r,;
Jelly Clips aud Jelly Jars,
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ROBES, BULHKKTH, AC.
OF THE BUFFALO HEAD.
1 have new en hand the Largest. Hkst awi.
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BUFFALO KOBES in the city. Alse LAI
AND HORSE BLANKETS of every descrip
tion. A full line of
Trunks and Satchels,
Harness, Whips. CeUara, &c.
4aBepalring neatly and promptly dem-fc
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