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KNOTTS 13 ;l O 3.7
Piiblisliers & Proju-i dors.
Till: I'LATTMOUTll llCiCAhl
I iiilililicI M'-rv fvriiiii xerjit Smik!:i
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L;n! copy t& ii!TLs in :el ,
It':iM 'iM.ifANf' In N!.s!i"'il'l li" i.ii-.i:i;r
tli'Ullit f olir i:rt. State "t i V i ' li
inulfi- tlw nil.- :iili.-ti ii by tin- ii.it ::n:l
Coinniitte our uiy entioii v. ill have to
he held at least sity hs before t!,e
Xatiemal Convention metis, which v. ill
her in .hint-: so tin- coii nthm t elect the
delegates, cannot l- 1 iter than about
Tiik infJ'-ptinlcnt ( '.) pf-nsion l-ill i-
again on its journey through ongrcs
where it will have reason;illy smooth
sailing until it reaches the White House.
We wait with consielerable: et:iieity to
kcc how Mr. Cleveland, with the s.i.y-thing-to-get
votes fever, will view the
measure this tini.
Tim State Itefluhliean eoiu'ciition of
Louisiana has the ohl-tiinc ring about it
and the Ufpuhlieans down there s,;cm to
be willing to tike the declarations of
MeEncry and Nichols at their word and
are going to get their voters to the jx !is.
Ve venture the prediction th-it about the
time they get their party reorgani.cii and
Nichols A: Co. iiud the election of the
deoocrat ticket is in danger, a favor:.b!e
opportunity will be found to resort to
iUn White Mans democratic measures to
prevent the ascendancy of the black rep
ublican rule in Louisiana. In oth?r woids.
Ave have no confidence, whatever, in
the profession of the southern denioc-
raey; it is a sort of Mexican rule which
lias no respect for anything in the shape
of republican institution, txcept liie
Fou pure English dispassionate frtate-
mmf if fiirln mid areument the i.rtklc
of Senator G.H.IaIuuukI.s in the February
Harper on the tariff question will com
mend itselt to every iair in in who rea ls
it: and everv man who has been inl'licles;
with the free trade "rot" that has bee)
going the rounds of the democratic pu s-
ought to read it. It is the view staicunai
of great ability v. how: great i xj cr; nei
lose observation, and iatimab- acqu 'in
t.iuce w ith the subject under discus !.;
enables him to treat the1 tariff spu-sti"!
in the light of the facts, just as they ex
ist, square with the commercial status c.
the countrv as compared villi us 1 1 m-
petitors for the Iraelo of the v., rid. V
our v.7.v cf thinking the paper i.-i !'i
niiin is the plan;e.-r sinUmei.t of
tariff Kid:; of the question yet made
is unnmwc a'L.
Sr.XAToi: Tcioias 11. Bu-r-fM :..
Thirty Years in Congre -s. d- i'. n le.: -l
lrew Jackson irv-m the charg- ina h- by
De Tocqueviile, that he h.;-.l removd all
the removab!.- federal o!5!e'as in die
:ountr" before lu expiraliou of ids ,;"is I
year in otliie,-. and g.n'e ligur. s that h-.ve
not been disputed to prove th . eon'rr. rv.
lie says that out of about post
masters. Jackson had remove. i oidr ":'!.
and that out of so :::auy thousand remo
vable officials iiuludrng (he postmasters,
lie removed only O'.IO. In either woreis ;he
man, whose unwonteel activity in putting
his henchmen in cilice has made him a
reputation as the ''great .-poilsm in,"
reraovetl less than 7 per c: tit vf the post
masters under his adminstration, and pro
bably not ever '. per cent of the remov
able federal oiiicialij who !ael been ap
pointed by an antagonist!: ;idi;isi;slra.-
The New Voi::c Tribune is therefore
moveel to apologise to th? shade of An
drew the 1st for styling Mr C!cve!ar.el
'Andrew Jackson the -nil." It quotes
from the table of removals fr.rniheil the
senate the other day by Mr llde, to show
tiat Cleveland Jias removed .0 per eent
of tlie prrsidential postmasters he found
in orlice. and 1 per ce-Jit of the fourth
class postmasters. The table further
shows that of removable federal ollicia's
in the aggregate Mr. Cleveland has tin el
about !)3 per cent. There is. conseipient
ly no jiarallel whatever in t!is matter
lctweeu Mr Cleveland and Andrew J -son,
and the mugwumps can repel tiie
las insinuation. Lincoln, Jurnnl.
Kx-coxuuesswau Valentine his been
interyiewe-el on the prpsidruti:.! prefer
ence question ami volunteers tiie infor
niatiou that Nebraska is not noarjy so
strong a Dlaine state as it was in 11.
Mr. A'alentine'd associations, evi.b-ntly,
have not been with the rnk and iile of
his party, and he ought to be .,LJ enough
to know that on the Iilaine question '.
people of Nebraska will not allow the
politicians t; think for them. Jum-s (.
Blaine lia a place in tha luurts of Ne
braska republicans that is no mere sum
mer resort; be cams there to stay and if
h i-i a candidate he will be very likily to
receive the .support of this .b ,te. Vv'ith
Blaine as a catidielatc the tight is narrow
ed down to three or four Kt utes: New
York, New Jersey, Connectic ut and per
haps Louisiana, and these sta"tcn, in which
the vote was so close between Mr. Blaine
u.uA Mr. Cleveland, will very materially
affect his vote this year. V.'ilh Mr. Blaine
as a cxiididatc the I'acific f-tates and tiio
great noitliwr-t would lo :i certain re
public;. 11 quantity to reckon. With Mr.
SI,, i man. Mr. Harrison, Mr. Grcshum or
Mr. Liiroiii, the li(;ilic states would l e
in doiil-l and none of thesii gentleiiu 11,
in u'ii- ojinion, would be as strong in the
e it or soulli as tins innii from ?.Iaine;
cuiiseqiieiitly, upon tin; veore of availa
biiily. leaving iut or ti:e question the
wonderful hold Mr. iibiine has upon the
!e ;i. is of the peo:,it, Mr. il line is the
strong .-t, as he is t!ie a!dt, brightest
and i mis. t aggre.-:.i ve candidate the re
iniblie.in party can nominate. We hi'pc
ti see '.'r. J;!ainc nominateil as our utanel-
ir.l bearer i:i is..
A XIGX1FICAXT LETTER.
The following open letter may be of
interest te frea trade democrats;
Hun. Silas W'eioelon.
DBA it Sin: I have read your letter
under date ef December 17th ult., ad
dressed to Hon. Alexaijeler Young, with
cousielerable interest, but I fail toapprec
iate your free traele sujgestions. 1 have
been a live-long ele-mocrat, but in my
juelg. ment the presielent's message was a
rave political mistake, as will be shown
in t no approaching election. His want
of sympathy for the toiling inasswaof our
people, anel advocacy eif the unwise ami
un-Anieiican policy of throwing our mar
kets open to to the competition of the
products of the cheap labor of foreign
countries will actively antagonize a large
element of the democratic party, to his re
election, auel result in the los of the next
congress to that party. It would be ab
surd, if it were not a criminal neglect anel
inexcusable wrong to the industrial class
es, to urge that the government shall not
protect its industries the same as the
home is protected against the invasion
and agressions of a mob.
It is often true, as you suggest, that
there is seemingly very little difference
between the leading policies of the t;o
great parties, as expressed in their plat
forms, and yet, as you say, there are
'radical and fundamental differences
between thun." This ew obtains
among a large cass of people because the
democrats are always "trimmers," upon
the subject or a tariff policy, and the
"shinn" in their platforms is easily un
derstood. rnsJdent Clevelanel has, however,
stripped the subject of ambiguity, and
put his foot do "ii iipem ail systems of
protection of American labor. At the
coming election, therefore, thousands of
tilizers wiil cease to vote for a party
name, an will vote their convictions to
t!u: :;:::tow of Mr. Cleveland, anel his
nvi!i;i::cK Look into the lunch buckets
cf Amcii'.v.u lui oreis anel s:-e how pl.-r.ti-fidly
and well supplied they are undci
our system oi j-'iotectioii
nl tlien look
into ;i;e ti
I tie k ti
of the werkiiigmen in
foreign CwUKvilfS. wlv-re meat is a luxury
but uncj .i wee.k Tiie Ai.itricaa labor
ers can aiford to live on more and better
food - ich ehiy tliau the foreign laborer
can in each week.
el 1 am tlecidedlv
eui;o;;eu to changing thts-e conelitioiis.
:.'iv hi:K is a natural: y iree iraae
city, b-.cause it is a commercial city, ami
as the ch'ef shipping port of the country
it thiive'S u;on vouiiuifiitops in the bauel!-
ing of goOvb Jiiel pro,iuciv, Rftd v,'ith(;pt
that income it weulel be a lot art. l'cnn-
sylyania is a great manufacturing and
producing state, ami necessarily favors a
protection policy. Missouri will ulti
mately Iiecome the Pennsylvania of the
West, if free traele doc-3 not drive its
manufacturing interests to the thickly
populated, states of the East.
The leader of the fc-jol'ijern states gre
free traders, because they are not laboring
men, and have no sympathy with labor
ers. Tluir tastes und habits lead them
to a life of ease anel away from exertion
and inelustry, hence they would rather
buv a blacksmith or a mechanic than to
hire them for wages. Ia the presence of
these few facts, the predictions of
my friend, the able ex-governor, will
hirdly bear the rosy iiut of i.is language.
M Cleveland may be nominated, but
he will never be re-elected with the yotes
of the toiling masses of the country.
I T. T. Hatuaway.
Sr. Lous, f u., Jcu.. Lj, 1888.
How Men Die.
II we know all the methods of a2proach
adopted by ail enemy we are the better
enabled ti ward off the danger and post
pone the moment whei ;-uiT(C;;drT becomes
ine vitable. In many instances the inher
ent strength of the body suffices to enable
it Lu oppose the tendency toward death.
Many however I; aye lost these forces jti
such" an extent that tiieio i. JiJe or no
help. In other cases a little a. el to the
weakened lungs will make all the jliffer
S.ce between sudden death and man
years i.f eful life. Ujion the first symp
toms of a cougii, Avfi pr any trouble of
the throat or lungs, give thai cjd npd
well known remedy Boschee's German
Syrup, a careful trial. It will prove
what thousands eay ot it to be, the "bene
factor of any home."
A GLIMPSE OF (JOULD. !
SOMETHING ABOUT HIS PERSONAL
HABITS AND RELATIONS.
Ho Mr He .Some! lmei l'it 1.11 tli Ti:v-
lltiiii t'oiieeriilnir Him flr.tt itiul .
I'mler AIuhs I't-rOFi:iI liahits I5i:i i
Two Sons t;p(ire (lould'it V. ife. :
Mev-tintr u friend who has ;'ro- vu more than
ini'ldle n;l ia thu railway fo rvie lietv.'i en ! I t; 1 1
Ohio, rinl'.irnrirp anl rciv Y irk, I s.aal to : .i it
him: "Is not GouM in about its tliujo ' tle-s-' .:
as no ever was. ' '
"Ob, yes,"" said my friend, v.hrni I have
known fcine-o nhout, 1ST0, "lie is thu iiiov
pejwerful fa-tor in the way of sjm-c i:3at I. ".!
thi. country has teen. But he -Joes no-, e
nnything while abroad, lloe.e" rrr. th y . id
never lose their fear of him v. h r.-e ir !.o may
bo. And (huild wis lu-iT-lv nil Lis li.e) r : .11-
tat ion anions thu :-.-eeiilat,!-s Mud proeioi : rs ;
who tried to cheat him, and having fail: d,
turn round and bite at him, as th '.' snake j
gnawed Ihe file. I will jivo y on an inta::- !
..f i,..f a. i..,...,..,...,i . I
n-lipn lldlvf.rni writ: im v.m 1 .1 tf l"i. ...M
and myself. I had been .severely preju iie -d
aKainst him, and wnuld miL Im.. dared i o '-o
and see him but for the intervention -i
very quiet chap by the. msnw of C-ii;oy,
whom Gould found in tholSrie railroad v. hen
ho went there. (.Juppy was a poor, l.rok.-ii
down, spino and ebe-st crippled man,
never had the least reason to suppose thai
Gould would treat him like a human bein;';
but Gould found that under his diseased ex
terior was a bright nrul fiery mind, circum
stantial in its correctness and complete-ne-a
and reliable as 'well os brave. It is strane-e
that theso jiowerf ul mon in our finances t-.re
often found out the first by the humble a:id
broken down men, who are sensitive aljout
friendship and often get the most of it.
"lie came- to mo oue-e .nd told liie that op
ponents of mine -who had succeeded to t!:e
Erie railroael would break mo down. Said
he: You have the right and logic on your
side, but they have got the New York city
press and prevailing eonrts of ju.stie-j j;nd
the big lawyers, and they will niash you to
pieces. The only man who can save you ia
Jay Gould.' 'Then,' said I, 'I will nut bo
saved, for I don't want to know Jay Gem'd.'
Bat my quiet friend talkeel the matter all
over again from the outset, and the conse
quence was that, against my desire ami pur
pose, I found myself one evening calling on
Jay GouleL That first evening he upset all
my traditions. I hael learned so much
against him from what I had read and heard
that I was charmed to find him about the
the easiest man to understand I hail over
known. I will tell j'ou directly or at r.n
other time why ho gets along; it is bee au-.a
he is so simple and not liecauso ho is so dex
terous." "Is Mr. Gould a man of any gratitude:''
"Yes, it is very seldom that any person
does him a kindness but he feels it and
warms to an opportunity to repay it. I may
also say that he is a vindictive man. lie
does not seek an enemy out and does not re
sent mere mercantile opposition, but person.1?
who lay for him and humiliate him ho le
members; and he has got a good long meme ry
for them. Whoever picks up Gould for a
man without mental traits and memory,
undertakes one of the greatest contests of
this life. He. is not a person to do a dirty
thing, but ho understands this business of
finance and everybody who is in it. And h.i
acquires his information about them in
general from how they behave to himself,
when he has given them a fuir anel em!::l
opportunity, either aa opponents, waj-farcrs
"lias Gould any suffering under public
abuse, such as newspaper abuse f
" Ho keeps a calm exterior and affects not
to be troubled by what is said against him,
but I think that all the same it gives h::n
suffering. As I said before, he is like im.st
other men, anel is not exceptional to the
themes of the successful men of the th::e.
But ho never swears nor iiscs epii.ht.ts nor
severely discusses any private irharaet-.ri-.
That is why he i.i often taken by schemers
anel visitors to be an overrated ma'i. He
takes no delight in being considered a .smart
person. As to his other habits, h. i..uii'
:irinks, and he never smoked but o:ie ci r.r
in his life. He tolel me when that hoy-peiy-.l ;
it was after ho and his associates had beaten
old Commoelore Vanderoilt, who desired to
capture the rj.3 railroad. They v. -..re
somewhere in Joi!e City, I ihirik, end rt II
the rest of them were playing Lilliard.i r.ivl
smoking cigars, and Gould was oiroiv-i a
cigar, and fueling soeiablo ha tried to fvijekL
it. and it made him so sick that Le ha.- i;i vur
made the effort any more."
" Is he a domestic man :"'
"Entirely so. His strong hold is his fam
ily. Ho is far from. be'injj the man he w.-is
once considered, without higher asoe:.'.'.os
and opportunities from ersons who v.c re
much lo&s abided tljan himself, and !.-.. rich.
But Mr. Gquld hki never lost his h,-ad almut
social recognition. Those who meet him 15 rid
a man plain anel quiet, and in my judgment
there in eometblng very lovely about him, if
you go to seek private and family character
there. If you go after him for a sensation,
or to pick his eyes out, you may find that he
knows how to defend his nest liku the eagle.''
"Are his sons persons of capacity.'"'
"Yes, they are smart boys, and just the op
posite from what you would criKV-t. ;n thU
day of very iieii men's bwia. 'i-hey are eco
nomical.'ahd' have served their appreatio
shiptotho mechanical part of the railroad
business, such as telegraphing an; type
writing, and they are now profieiqt in their
fathcr-'s business f.f finance. El Gould, I
think, is a clavorpr fellow in his wits thiin
George Gould, tho eldest eon. Tlw futh-r is
working him into directorships slowly, so
that he can pick up tho financial business. It
is a popular mistake, however, to suppose
that Jay Gould dictates telegraph dispatelie.s
to cither of his sons. Gould has a very re
markable character of literary ubilUv. I
suppose thpio i po man cjOiunecteii with our
finance who P4U write as rapieUy aa ho ihies,
and you can never read anything between
tho lines when he signs a telegraph dispatch.
Those who search through his commimi ::
tions to them to see if they can find out what
he is about are invariably disappointeel."
"Is George Gould happily niarrie-d '"'
;"V'ss. It nit iiup be, guiej;ally understood,
but George Gould married tbo firht girl he
ever fell in love with, and that was why his
father and mother hastened to appreciate hi3
choice. 113 met his wife, warmed to her, fol
lowed her and married her. They liave a
lovely child, and she is a very accomplished
woman, 'i'liortj i.-. aultc ir.anoo ui GuiiUt's
appren-'iation of brightness and' talent.
George's wife was a lady who made her liv
ing, through both necessity and cleverness,
uion the stage. The parents have nothing of
tho prig about them." "Gath" in Cincinnati
Charles Dickens, Jr. (arriving in Chicago)
Bless me! London over again.
Proud Chicago Man Ah! I am delighted
to hear tb.t, So Chicago reminds you of
- "Ever so much ; can't see across the street.'1
Omaha World. '
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M. l'. ". ..:;a'i',v iuii;ii.-y ier ;. ii:T.
"We v.ll! m-iv '"-.e ,:b,;ve ivwuri'. fcr cr.v
e-aie of hvei ci (r.jihiint, ilvf jn-ijsi;;, sick
li -.-Kl.ieb.e. inilJeje.-:! -on. c-oiis-lijuiS Ivii or
-.tive iii-.-i ve c.-miiOt cure .-ih
v. l i
iul'le f.ive;- FI1K when tiie
1 1. : 1 .
I u ey :.;v .-.-.rely v, j-t t... W,
i si 1 1 '? ':'. ;-:.:.-i.acum. J.:;r:ie to.ves
e ''ii(.aiii,i:..; -n suntir co.iie il .II!s, 2oc,
I'Vr f-ale by i.'.l elrv.iittjjfs. Ih-ware .f
ceuniicrfe'i : hnitatioiij!. The jrer.u-
ine luar.e:.- cturcl only by John O. U
& Co.. s: i Vf. .Mulir-.V.i Sr. t'hi.-a.-j. It
Sohl bvY. . 1 Varilek,
I'se l;r. llh'.ck's Kheuniatic Cure if
it don't elo you any uooil ce:r.e in ::il
we will e'ive ycu ve-ur money back. Fur
sale 1 Smith A: r.',:n.-.
Use i)r. liii'.ck'-c t are anel
thi'u.i' a.vi.j" your cane anil crutches.
ii. ith S. Ilhiek.
The stanelarel rinu.ly for liver ce n;
j)la!nt is "w.-!'s Liver Fill-; th-y nevcv
ilis.-qi;) i ut you HO iilb ."e. jt V;,v
rick's elru-i ttorc
---:. iiJack'i Uhrumatic Cure has
cuix.t more cases of Kheuniatisni in th'j
last ten ye.irs in tiii.s city anel county lli.tn
any and ail othe r medicines put togeihvr.
For sale bv Smith & IJl uk,
HAXLTACTCUKI! OF AZCP
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
l-:ai.eu i;; the
Choicest Brands cf Cigars,
, including our
FIcr de Pepperbergo and 'Cuds
FULL iKE OF
TOBACCO AND SMOKERS' ARTICLES
always in stock. .. Not. 2G. 1883.
M ?J 1 5? 51
R w W A
I must make
X. " K
Cuming iisul tluTCiYirt! vvil I rt dtie-t: k:itlie.-r jroejJsJ 20 per
e:cnt. below reulai- jd'ie-e.s for ci.-h ulv.
.11 Gscds 2Tar2sod 2.1?- flairs. Irir:'aoG.
L:i(Iie.s' Fi'ciH-3i Kie! . . . .
J-udie.'' i''rt ncli . . . .
J:1 : e.-" iln'ghr. i Minjnilii
J.ndie.s'' jlrlglit I)
I.:u'I'.s' Jvid ..... .
Dadit.,' Pub. (ieiut
ladies' Je;. Gviiz
Men's Jlurt felioe.s
Slices . . .
Shoes . . .
Chilelrcns "Little Giant School Slices," the best in the market, same
reduction. Now is your chance to lay in a cheap supply.
Brrai a. stsne, titiKn trnai mracm.
I cL. '-c
BOSTON MEAT MARKET,
Olivar cs IRamgo, Proprietors.
BEEF, PORK, M01T0N, VEAL, POULTRY
A'e keej) constantly on haml the finest uva freshest line of meats
in the city, bleats e.f all kinels in their season.
SUGAR CURED MEAT", HAMS, BACON, LARD,
SAU" AGE A a D MINCE MEAT.
Anel everything to salt the demand our trade. Give us a trial.
South Side lain Sti'eet, between Fifth and Sixth.
2 $ r ?l p, b
.?ilercautie I.nv anel
k-ctions made in all prt.s of thtate through eompetanc attorney..
IWons desiring the l,et o! VI IXSC CE e;i get it ,y ap.
Ilartibrd. Queen, of Liverp.-ul, XiM-ara, AVctei-n, Trade rfe of ChicJgo.
Xu Letter coi.ir:iiiies can he tuv.vA aavwhere, and the vatos are as low
as can he had in any reliable o:.;iianv.
FARM - INSURANCE
Y have an exceedingly ::rgo ii.t of Realty for sale, both irn
proveei and iininipiuved, inei tiding sonie,i the i,10at tlcbira,lc re
denee property in the eity. jf property is wanted either within
1 town site or in ariv of t Iir- M.ld.f:,,,, f
throxirh this cilice. P
u , . , .
will consult their best interests by
The loveliest residence locality in the city can Le purchased at thi-
oiiice for in payments of one-third down l-Wai.r
' l-'abce in one and'
two years; or ?25 down, balance in monthly iay,nents. Anvono de
siring fo visit tliis locality, whether they have in riew the purchase of
a lot or not, by calling at o;;r office will be driven to n i ,
U1C 1 free of.
expense. Iveniember the place,
OS" CASS OOty
iveni fur my
00 2(i.ereenl'. li.-:foimt i?4 00
i.srntt; Liigation a f-pecial? v. Co.-
can be had
jiavifir nronerfv ..
OI exchange t
listing '.he name with us.
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