My favorite form is the dextro-quinine, made by Keasby & Matteson, Philadelphia.
Combined harvester and thresher—Matteson, United States, 1886.
In addition to the party strength, Matteson received also the votes of two of the anti-Nebraska Democrats.
On the ninth and tenth, Matteson had 47, Lincoln dropped to 15, and Trumbull rose to 35.
As the bolting Democrats were beyond compromise, Lincoln determined to sacrifice himself in order to defeat Matteson.
Mr. Matteson, of New York, may also be mentioned in acknowledgment of friendly aid.
On the eighth call, Matteson gained two votes, Lincoln fell to 27, and Trumbull received 18.
On the seventh ballot, Shields fell out of the running, his place being taken by Matteson.
After nine exciting ballots, Matteson had forty-seven votes, Trumbull thirty-five, Lincoln fifteen.
So the tenth and final roll-call gave Trumbull fifty-one votes, and Matteson forty-seven.