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Saturday Moraine, Nov. 2, 1872.
For President l'lye 8. Graa.
Tor Vice-President Henry Wc.loii
Sector. .. Large jSRT.
Dists. 1. J op in-a A. Bates.
2. William E. Davis.
8. Thomas-Moon)-. .
4. Wrr.t.tAM Ai.lf.h.
ft". Mattitew C. Hai.r.
8. Gkoikir U. IIaynks.
7. Marcus Bonos.
8. Charles Piiki.i.is.
9. Jons 8. Jones.
10. CURISTOPIIKIt CoI.UMIlUS KSECII.
11. Homer C. Jo.nks.
12. Lviheu Doj.adson.
M. IfSAC S.MCCKKH.
14. Isaac Smtckek.
13. Chaki.ks II. OitosvENon.
16. Jonathan T. Utdkor afk.
17. Jiisiica Akdkusun Hiddle.
18. John U. Bcciitel.
19. Aaron Wii.cox.
tO. John C. Ghannis.
CSTlie women held a Orimt and Wilson
meeting in Jamestown, New York, the oilier
day, which was addressed by Mm. E. C.
tSTlie oljict of tlic Liberal movement
wns to divide Hie Republican purl v ; its tttVcl
hit been to divide lliu Democratic pnrty.
Whom the gods would destroy they II rat iimUu
t3?Tlii9 I no time for Ri-puhlirans to
cease their exertions. Let tliem not slumber
on October victories. Coiitiimed, unfl igyini;
effort is the price of great intijorius in Novem
tSTDilaware is by no means n cirU'm State
tor Greeley. Tliu publicans nro workini;
Willi a visor Inspired by hope, and so ninny
Deniocials am looking on with Indilferencu
that the Uieeleyites are olnrined. An attempt
was made to reduce the Republican vole ly
interposing obstacles in the way of colored vo
ters desiring to register, but the trick bus bicn
discovered and xpoaed.
t3T"A Into Assembly in New York of dele
gates from the several Statu Central (Greeley)
Committee's, have counted noses, and have tic
lidod tli ill there is nothing easier lliun to cur
ry the election for their candidate;. Why, cer
tainly not ; but how humiliation it must bo to
them to think what a blunder they mude in not
CPUiHing noses before the late Stule KleciioiiF.
62TLiUUt news Imin Spain slaUt Una the
lints by (Ire lit the Jcurial to lie companitieely
trifliui;,iUMuiU'ui,'l(. but $200,000, which tliu
King JjjsinU upuu paying out of liU private
DiirBU. Nuiicaf lite voj liable treasures of lit
jratiu and art were tk'tfil, or even seri
tSfA d(putih. from' CVlttuUu, S. C, re
TnrU tliat the only.- oiUvuaOjiy utla-nliiir tiie
4'leeoJi in that Btati iu iiwr as. beard from,
was in AMsevillo county. A, VMjrtkjr colored
uian, Juuub Brawn, tJirtiiiUuiui t, jib death
it ha difl.tvut vole tliu Ijiikct MKuttoJ by cer
tain ttiuiua. Hu relumed, to jpj lu lim miI1s at
.ull, and won .killed in bis eulrfii lb. a cccninj;-
C2TTra aVcsldenlial t-leetbiu nil: not In lie
iplace bt Kill itfcu Stale on tliu same day, an is
generally liiuatfliieil. It u iUibuiii In Looimiiiu
on tUetfLuofN'ivcinlier.- AM tliu oilier Status
except Oexas, will follow n otic 5th, ami Tex
as wil'cliisu up the bii.im u nit a four day's
tfdwilion, from tliu 4th to the Vth, inclusive.
XH'TUt Midden decline in gold, which fol
lowed lUe Pennsylvania i leeluis. is one of the
most WjjitUicniil events of the Uuy. It proves
that lUeaaicre poshibilily of a Oroeley triumph
.look tn&i up two per cent., while Ibo disper
irtloll r tiiu hopes of his Ibllowcr threw it
down at (illicit. Oram's election thus means
il n line hi security.
t2Tll will be seen by tliu leltei ofQeiier.il
ILoujfttrucI, of New Orleans, Ihul he tibandous
The coalition. His reasons are that It is not
likely to prove as "liberal" as the regular Uu
publican party. Uenernl Louislrcct having
. ibeen one of tint moot prominent of tho South
ern leaders, Has among tliu lira! to signalize,
bis submission to tliu results of of the war.
His wtthilrawitl from tliu (Jreuleyllu fuetlon
M ill tloiiUiKbs bu li.UiAyed by mu-r ncuiiiii
tlons. CSTThe (Si-minus held a great Grunt and
Wilson meeting in Cooper Institute, tliu other
day, under the auspices of theio (Jen I nil Com
mittee. Mr. Joseph Selijjmiiii pr sided, mid
he, Kx (iovernor S.ilomau and Mr. I'titil Slro
bach madu aduiiralilu speeelies. Among the
resolutions adopted v as this brief but signiU
taut Sfiitltneiil " 'J lie 11 1 villous ullaeks ot ilia
salUfled and seltlsli polilieiiius upon Uranl,
Wllsou and lliulieiiililicau party, bind us only
the more strongly to ihtiu candidates und thu
tVTUo derision of tlic f.niporcr of Oel nin
ny on the S iu Jatiu (pieslion Is hi favor of this
country, giving us thu posnvsiou of San Junu
It Is not certain I'roui the dispatch wliat is the
exact boundary line decldud on, but thu Infer
ence Is that it is neither thu northern, or Hiiro,
channel, claimed ly thu Americans, or tliu
southern, or ltosario cltaiiuel, cluiined by thu
British, but a smaller lutvruiediutu iliaunel
which still leaves Situ Juau to thu Americau
Ide, The language of the Oregou Treaty of
1840 pluctt the boundary Una In "the chauel
which aeparatts thu conliucut ftom Van
couver's l.lsnd." Ureal lit itiail do' nut seem
MlUUed with lite decl.ioii mid is labotilig lo
The U bublicitn Siulu Coinmlltct) of Kew
XLuupshUe Uavo Issued an addnsa to the par
ty, fit wit Ull tbey rewnt tiie following,
amoiiK other reirsuiufur siipooitlua iuu UC( g.
;ul sdmlulniratlon :
Looking to our Stale, e find IImi seveauu
e iHeeted by lite U nerul Ooveruuieiit reduceU
from nearly six millions to less than three
hundred tbousand, while we itud In the same
iliac, that the auuual value ol our industrial
roducUi haa iiicru.isrrt I nun thirl v-aevcu Hill-
Jions to seven y-iuie nillilont. 'j'he army
,. snue colli clors, oiicj so nuiiu'rotis tu our
- maate, ie reduced to mere stpiad, and on tuc
1st of January ll will oe reUnc d lo one as
' swsor and one oolU'dtor for the whole Statu.
Under the Miuuihasuf a policy Ibui lum pro
duced such desuhU results, a bright future
stpcuiuK btddre our hlale. Our CaUruads are
Wrautbiug out on t vry bund, w-hiJe our in
'' dusirte are ctpauding and multiplying
' fievtr before. In view of such auouudlug
' pr Jpcriiy, the farmer, lb raechauiu, the uiau
Ubscturer cauuot atfard lo lly to lbs ills tbey
iOAW not or. Ia ikiii audi, bu deceived
ia,aupvttla of lugenius deiusgoKues and bank,
nipt mjUiii hos, The palii ol duty, of succtnta
ajtU pionerliy aa vel, lies straight before the
..outers uI.Hkw JiiiiIiire, irrespective of par
- , If. '1'tie tli ol'riil volu n( lids Slate will
Kivon u U.S. Ciraiit and ilunry Wilson, and
ibe larger tbeir nisjorily the butter it will
li-r iMitb the poiiliial aJ4 busims Interests
Election ! Wo trust onr friends so calm
and confident since the October election will
not forget the next Tuesday election. Wo
would remind them that the great battle Is
then to como 0(1, and that apathy and Indiffer
ence are not (he kind of preparation for thai
occasion. A repulse of trie enemy IS all well
to begin with, but the work Is not done until
they are routed and scattered their splri'
broken and the shout of victory complete
and decisive upon every side. Tlic spirit of
the October election wits earnest and effective,
and tlic repulse then suffered was a severe
shock to tliu forces of coalition. From this
they cannot recover. Their leaders may coax,
cajole and bluster, but it Is liko thu restoring
of vital wnrnitli and energy lo tho d nd body.
Tho true soldier as all who followed the Hero
of tiio "i ilderness, well know loses no lime,
and suffers no Hanging of Impetuosity, but
rallies Willi Increase ! earnestness and cnnll
dunce lor the onslaught and route. This, then,
is the duty of tliu Republican fortes. Let ns
rally in nil our strength and gallantry for fin
ishing tlic work so auspiciously begun. With
every man In his place, shoulder to shoulder,
let us meet thein w 111 volley nnd charge, and
tliu work will be done. To bring this about.
wo must understand the ground beforehand.
We should, by thorough canvass, know every
voter.iln our district, vote oursclyv, rnrly, and
have every name cheeked ns ho votes. See
every man as lie conies to the polls, and sup
ply him wtrli a vote, nnd shield him from the
annoyance of thu adversary. Have abundant
transportation to brinsr up any who need il.
Don't fail to have intelligent nnd Independent
challengers, that tho right of every stranger
to vote may bu fully nnd fairly Bellied. Watch
every avenuu ol fraud, nnd secure tlic lullest
possible honest vote, and tlic reward of our
labor will bo that this Greeley fare", with nil
its while lints and senseless -catch-words
purity, reeoitciUutivn and haking linmh war the
bloody chuiim ill be laid away ns the follies
of a disordered btain, together Willi the brain
llint genei'iiti ii tin in. As sure as the setting
sun of Tuesday evening, will be tbu victory of
loyalty and ii,ht.
The ITo.mu Stubtcii. Thu 'IribuUe extends
one consoling fact to the Greeley Democrats.
It assures them Hint they nro now "un the
home ttrclch." The poor fellows who havu
strained every nerve to win must be- cheered
by this announcement. Il is a good tiling to
bo on tlic home stretch, even though thu win
ning horse has passed out of eight. Seeing that
three horses nru in the Held, and that Greeley
is still a neck In advancuof O'Conor, he may
como In second best if ho keeps bis wind nnd
improves his October gait. But wo fear that
Urueley lacks the spirit to maintain speed
when he sues the huelsof a better horse in ad
vance. As the Jockeys would say, the Greeley
nag blows too miic'.i on a short beat. Grant
takes tremendous strides, mid keeps bis wind
for thu lioinu stretch. Greeley snorts like an
uurnged mule, and moves his legs liko the
piston-rod of it onu-li'iiso engine, but for all
that iiu is a slow travil -r. If clouds of dust
were sale signs of speed, Greeley ought to lend
lliu world. But kicking up tliu dust is an un
certain test of speed. Il may Indicate nn ef
fort lo win, but thu prize belongs to another
horse. Thousands of politic il Jockeys were
sold on Greeley in the great Pennsylvania
race. They staked their money that hu would
carry off tliu Buckalew sweepstakes; but the
other man, with u hard inline, walked over the
course, while Greeley entered the home
stretch after bis competitor bad ended it. The
November race is soon to bu run, and the
friends of Greeley still proffiss lo havu faith in
their favorite nag they still cling lo his de
clining fortunes, believing him to bu the king
of the political turf. They nru cheering him
on in Ids hopeless race, and souiu uru foolish
enough lo risk their money on bis chances.
Tho horse is doing his liesl, but bu can't wilt.
Hu may beat O'Conor, but that depends on
the jockey who rides him. While-ilu Reid to
urging him to do his level best on tho home
stretch; thu Worlil-li Marble is throwing stones
at him to keep up Ids gait ; Schur. and Trum
bull are shouting to lilghlen him along, but all
this nmouuls to nothing. Grant has already
won, and only walls for thu formal decision of
both judge und spectators on the Ctli of "No
vember. Thu lacu Is now between Grot ley
O.xe Statu Foil Giikki.k v. One Statu has
pronounced for Greeley and Ills policy of re
conciliation. The Slate id' Georgia has open
ed her ''bloody chasm" and clasped hands
Willi Greeley. Tliu Grcclcyllca nru wild with
Joy, and hold up her 00,000 majority ns evi
dence of what the South will do in November.
We lit) not envy the Liberal party the pridu
they take in lliu Georgia result. If the out
ragis w hich characterized the eh cllon there
could bu successfully practiced in all lliu
Slates, Greeley would bu the next President.
If tliu spirit of tliu rebellion could control lliu
ballot-box in the remainder of the old Slave
Slates, Greeley would carry n united South.
Tluit nn attempt will be made to repeal tliu
Georgia outrage In other Southern States wu
aro prepared to belieye, but we earnestly hope
that ample protection will be given, If not by
thu Stales llH'mselvis, by the General Govern
ment, lo every citizen in the cxerelsu of his
Constitutional rights. When armed men, in
violation of tho law, laku possession of the
polls us tbey did in Georgia, and drive away
or murder citizens w ho differ w ith them po
litically, It Is about timo for the United States
Government to interpose its strong arm, and
put a slop lo this high-handed outrage. Tito
nation has bi slowed thu tight of frniicblsu on
Iiu ifumbli si citizen ot thu land, it now re
mains for the nation to enforce that right
wherever it Is denied or ubrid.'cd.
Mr. A. S. Babbitt, a former leading Repub
lican of Essex county, N. Y., who went off in
lliu Greeley movement, has w ritten a letter to
thu l'latlshurj Xmtutd, in which hu renounces
the Greeley fulth and relurus to the Republi
A 'son 11. Abbott, secretary of thu Greeley
and Browu elub of Glenn's Kalis, N. Y.. has
withdrawn hi support Iroin Greeley and will
hereafter train In the Republican rank Aud
the cry ! "Still Ihey eoiuc,"
The Hon. J. T. Hatch, of Buffalo, ono or
the most prominent Democrats In I he Slate ol
New York, formcily of Assembly, niriubc of
Congress, and having fillrd other Democratic
positions, has written, a lelier lo Genelal Dix,
hi which he made tho announcement that he
would not support Greeley, knowing hint lo
be utterly unfit In 1111 tbu onlce of President.
Hstuh i.-rvtl with Greeley til UieCoustllulloq
al Convention, whvrv Greeley was prououucwl
a failure, uud in u hUd every member was su
premely Uisgustuii with bis Mgarlcs, which,
however, amusing for UiW, vnuia U) bo unendurable.
' Grant aud hi policy deemr the very high
est credit." Jlurane UreeUy.
tylhe Korwalk yftofe uiul.es- note of
tbu fact Hint G-seeWy hats he vtUisety dkap
iieared Iron) the streets shite the October elec
Elections and Frauds.
The confederates lire now attempting to np
ply balm to their wounded souls by speculat
ing upon the causes o' their Into defeat. Af
ler inning cast about them for some time, nnd
assigned different cause, Ihey have at last bit
upon one upon which they are all agreed.
That cause Is fraud. Any one who reniemliers
the ndroitnrp with which lliu democracy
stuffed ballot boxes In times past, and manu
factured votes out of whatever material might
be nearest and cheapest, would feel a little ner
vous about mentioning frauds, but It docs not
seem lo have that effect. Ou the contrary, It
would appear that lie y judge others from
their ow n standard, nnd can recngnlzo no np
plianci s that would compass victory except
fraud; or else tin y nro still mourning over
w hat Ihey regard as lost prowess; nnd fraud
.being- the subject uppermost In their minds,
thev shout It on nil occasions, Just as thu bird
sings the song It is best accustomed to.
Tiik Fatk of Dan Vooiiiiees, of Indiana,
In ills recent derrnt for Congress, points n h s-
soii to proli ssioiwd poliilchiiH. ItN a rattier
marked case.and deserving of n passing notice.
Il shows that, whatever professional politi
cians may think it proper lo do for success,
thu people have t: l irow u view of tlic conduct
or public men. Mr. Voorhei s, ns a member
of Congress, has stood high l:i Ids parly, and
except In his partisan lews, Ids public lifu has
heriiofori! been above reproach. It was en
tirely consistent witli his character Unit bo
should, InCongr- FS nnd out of Congress, de
nounce the w in k done at Cincinnati. declare
that the dem icratic pirlyw Kil.l bjliu itself
by nrci pling Mr. Greeh y as its standard bear
er. He spoke from his hc.-.rt when bu said
that Iiu ni vi r could support such a man for
l'risidnit; when lie denounced Mr. Greeley
as a friend of special legislation and central
i, itl in; when hu declared that thu democratic
party would deserve defeat the moment it stir
rend red its principles for the delusive promise
ot votes. But wltli all his fair fume as a
slralght forward politician, and witli ull his
boas'.s of a di termination to, persevi re in de
fence of diiuocialic principles, Mr. Yoorlins
was not proof against the appeals of a failing
pnrty organization. He surrendered till his
convictions, denied his own principles and an
nounced that be was the tool of bis parly.
From tliu time when hu ileclar.d for Greeley,
Mr. Voorhees was no longer himself. His
zeal w as lost ; bu was at sen w ithout compats;
Iij was not a leader, but a slave. The canvass
for hi in w: s a task that dragged slowly. In
short, Mr. Voorhees bad lost bis Identity, nnd
his constituents simply Mused to throw awny
their vote upon thu shadow of tho man lo
whom ihey used to look br political leader
ship. Hu was defeated by his own friends,
tbu only true und worthy Iriends hu had; tliu
men who havu followed him because hu was
honest. HU defeat will lc 11 valuable lesson
hereafter to aspiring politicians who mistake
political expedient and tricks lor principles.
FoiiTY-Tiiiuo CoNoiu-.s Thu next Con
gress will be largely Republican, the House of
Kcprcpcnlnlivcs Icing close upon two-thirds
majority of tliu whole House. The new ap
portionment gives 2U2 member as against 2-M
in the present House. Indiana bends eight
Republicans to three Democrats; Ohio semis
sixteen Republicans to lour Democrats; lVnn
sj Ivauia lias cl etud t Uhlccn R. publicans lo
six Opposition, aud Michigan and Iowa arc
sure of nine each. New York w ill undoubt
edly send twenty-lour, out of tbiriy-tbreu
members. This w ill given majority on a Joint
ballot, so overwhelming that llnro will bu no
use of cavil.
The Tribune give us the most confident
assurance of ihu eulhiid urn of Tammany in
lliu cum! of reform. Large and spirited meet
ings are held in the old w igwam, and w hether
witli or without the presence of Tweed, Oakey
Hall Si Co., ureal encouragement is afforded!
"Purity" and 'recoucilhiluni" are Imviug ibeir
pciiect work. ive la Clinpinpia 1
Mr. Greeley's Misfortune.
Willi i it ? That Iiu hliotilil Imvo
lived lo lu it Presidential cniidiiUli'.
Soiiiu otif litis very seiifilily leiiini ked tluil
no man cvt-r iiitulu it bail titite in a placo
lor which lio tviiH ijiiuliticil, or n jjood
ono in ii placo ior which be was not.
This is mil ure. . This is tliu sini'iu tritlli
of liisloiy. Tho uiillior was pioliably a
real and certainly nut a suim philoso
pher. It lio knew Liu liiilc about, fai-in-iiijT,
lie c Ui nily knew a "real deal about
There is a pood limn In le liorn, a
good lime lo Itvo niul a good timo to tlic.
Tliu good time to die,-we lake it, is just
w lit ii nu n think iiiobt id' us, whether
their ibtii ni is well-tleserveil or not. For
this reason wu deeply r-yinuiliiy.u witll
the coalition caniliiiate for lliu 1 'residen
cy. Had Mr. Greeley died a year niro
lio would have escaped lliu temptation
that was to disclose his real selfhood.
The outside and purls of ilieinsido havu
loii bien known to the public; but wo
were all sadly mistaken in our judg
ments til' linn ni the aggregate.
Wo knew liiin to lie a man of excel
lent pails, occasionally a vigorous think
er, always a w liter of superior lorco and
lacilit y of exptvhsiou, and yet of exceed
ing unsound und ill-balanced mind. His
lack of soundness and balance was
evinced in thu eccentricities ol hi urn li
ner, lliu peculiarities of dress, tho ex
treme ol opinion on tho multifarious
ijuestion oflbo day w hich hu avowed
und advocated, lliu suddenness with
which hu discarded old ami embraced
hew theories, and, above nil, hi unspar
ing and ever abusive manner iu dcalin"
with hi opponent.
U w as eliariinbly remembered, howev
ever, that tho beat nnd mentiHt of men
had their inlii inuues, and in tho event of
Air. urecley ileal h a year ngn, t he man
tle would have sufficed to -cover hi frail-
iii. inn ii orut wouui have printed a
somewhat critical, iul not altogether tin
appreciative obituary. Xut would have
put usido his pencil, and walked iu thu
luuural procession w ith a lace of beuoiu-
iug sobriety, and thv abolitionist ot the
old school uud new woud have stood in
inoiiriilulsdeiicu around tho grave; but
Mr. U reeky has outlived thu bait houe
ot any siuiU demonstrations.
Hi best fiiend,his warmest admirers,
wcru not isuorant f Ids desire for ofllce.
To gratify him they had entertained a
siuevre wish to make bint Governor of
New York. Hut iliosu who were bliud-
est to his imperfection never so inuoh as
dreamed that ibe devil would enter luto
any considerable body of men, or any
puo man, and tempt them or him to nom
inate the editor ol the Tiibunt ior the
Presidency. Still more impossible
would it have seemed that the dovil, wise
(uid cunning a he is, should ever succeed
iu templing him iutu mi aeceptanew ot
tho euudidaey tor that high otHce at -tlx)
UantU of the Democrat iu part y. It is
related how that am dwil wrought
miracle hi ttgypt to defeat tho designs
of Moses, but that ho would ever work
such a miracle in llornco Greeley ns to
induce him to sell out his aoiii, body,
and principles to thu very men whom he
had denounced all his life as the enemies,
of thu countiy, and, in lact, of the hu
iniiti race, was something that passed ull
estimate of his supei human power; but
he has done it notwithstanding, Rnd to
hi credit bu it spoken that it sill -passes
ull thu wonders ho ever wrought in thu
valley of tho Nile, or in "going to and
Iroin thu earth or walking up anil down
it." Mr. Greeley has lived lo experience
the miruculoiis transformation, and thu
wl.oli! country, dumbfounded, stands
witness of tho fact.
Now is known what all through life
has been his master passion. Every
thing that ho ever professed to hold
dear, hu was ready to sacririco tho tncr
nteiit such a bait was presented to hi
ambition, tin infinitely transcended his
utmost hopes nnd longing... And seo
the predicament in w hich his nomination
has involved him I That hu should be
lieve in such n conversion a.s hi Demo
cratic supporters profess, is impossible.
That iu Hie lace of many proofs to the
contrary hu can believe iheui to bo sin
cere when they declaro their acceptance
in good faith of tho constitutional
ameiidnients and the reconstruction acts
of Congress i impossible. That hu be
lieves tbu Republican party to have been
cruel or unkind, or ungenerous in its
treatment of tho Southern people it) -impossible.
Yet a pretended belief in nil
this, and other thing equally impossible,
was the constant theme ot hi harrangiics
while ho was recently "mcinoiiit around
However vacillating and inconsistent
Mr. Greeley may be, he is neither a luna
tic nor an idiot. When, then fore, he
imprudently arraigns the Republican
jiarty on tho charges of tuikinduess and
injustice to the South to use a favorite
phrase of Li own, more forcible than
elegant "he lies, anil he knoics it." Such
is the sorry pass to which one master
passion brings a man when he yield him
self up to it, who, though regarded as er
ratic and otien in error, was believed to
bo always sincere and Irulhlnl. Any
man had belter dio than have his coun
trymen thus change their opinion of
And now " to what purpose " will be
all this waste ot character and reputa
tion V Mr. Greeley will never bo Presi
dent of tho United States. The Demo
crats still detest him, and their real sent
iment was expressed by Governor
Vance, of North Carolina, when he ad
vised the renegade Liberals and rebel
Conservatives of that State to take him
as they did their mountain whiskey
" curse him and swallow him." The cap
italists and sober business men of all
parlies are terrified at the thought ot his
election. A friend said to a gentleman
ot this class in New York, "whatdo you
think of the nomination " His veply
was: "0, it will do to be laughed at.
Jiut who that has money invested and de
sires to steep when he (joes to bed, eoidd
think of heli in ff, by his vote, to elect him.
lie is very well in his jlice, but he'd lead
us all to the devil in twelve months if he
were elected President"
Keriously the nomination is regarded
as a belter joko than any to be found in
Arlemus Ward collections. An origin
al secessionist. A secessionist still upou
Iiriuciplc, if ho has any principle, or
mows at all tho meaning of tho term.
A lussy, prating, whimsical, self-styled
philosopher nnd reformer, w ho has been
" all thinys by turns and tiothiny lony."
Violent iu hi temper, easily managed
and led by tlattereis, w hen inclined to
do wisu things, never doing them oppor
tunely. A man who does not know
how to wear his clothes, nor even how
to put them on. Pshaw ! It can never
be. Tho South would have it so from
hatred of the conqueror of the rebellion.
Jiut the majority of tho American people
vote on the Hidoof their interests, and
not on the side of their hates and reveng
es. The voters who have no truo self-respect
and are indifferent whether foreign
nations esteem or despise them nro wil
fully in a minority iu this country. The
candidacy of Horace Greeley w ill pass
into American history as one of thoso
tstrange freaks w hich even largo bodies
of men are li.ible to commit when begin
ning to recover from the shocks of a jiro
found and prolonged excitement. And
as ono ot the immediate results ot the
election! on the filh day of November
next ensuing, the long landing reputa
tion ot Senator l-'ci.ton for political sagac
ity will be blasted forever. So mote it
To the Republicans of Ashtabula Co.
We nro rejoiced once moro lo lend you
words of cheer, nnd to congrutulatu you upon
thu results of the recent election,
The uiniiily of Ashtabula bus held a pre-eminent
place la nil contests in behalf of humani
ty, in all struggle for civil rights and univer
sal freedom. This position had been won in
moral contest nnd nobly sustained at Ihe ballot
box ami iu the councils of thu nation, and
there wtis no faltering when duly culled to
uiaiutaiu that position ou tho battle-fluid of thu
nulioii. Your enemies, though defeated, have
received tho benefit of the principles for w hich
you were contending, aud are thereby enabled
still to present a formidable array, which re.
quire on your part the most watchful vigi
lance. While of your Veterans many have
falleu by the way, nnd a few In w hom you
reposed confidence have proved recreant to
their principle, yet others have risen up to till
their places, and the proud position of your
county lias been maintained. Having 'fulled
In open contest, the enemies of civil rights
now resort to stratagem. Having seduced one
who has been among the lender of our runks
and most conspicuous for his denunciation of
their nets, the democratiu party now seek In
sidiously, under cover of hi name, to rein
state themselves lu power. It Is nn attempt
to carry a presidential election by a trick, con
ternptiole In itiii', and only saved from con
tempt by the magnificence of Its proportions.
We had heard from North Carolina, Yermout
and Maine, and ou Tuesday last, Pennsylvania,
Ohio, Iiidluna and Nebraska, condeiuued the
unholy alliauce In terms uumlatakablo. And
while we confldenlly believe that no northern
State, from Ihu Atlantic to the Fauiflo Ocean,
will endorse thu fraud, jet duty requires you
lo tse ttmreinilliig In your exertions. Our can
didate, Qruut aud Wilson, have shown them
selves worthy of every trust heretofore re
posed la them, and we earnestly urge upon
yeu, that they may receive Ihe largest possible
vols at the ensuing election thereby confirm
ing priuclplea which you bay inaugurated,
auu so long raaiutaineu.
W. C. lllWLI, , O. S. SlHOSM,
. A. NoicrnwiT, W. r. Ilovusa,
Jai Hutu, W. P. braacsa,
bjiausi. IIaywb Itep. Cu. cuui.
JvffinoB, Pel, Mill, IbtV.
"General Grant never ha been bcatoa and
he never will be." Home UruUy
nrOrcelcy said In 1808 that Grant had nev
crbcen defeated and novur would be. Ho
knew at the time w hat ho wns talking about.
Ills judgment was go:d. As expressed then
Ills good now. Novmibtr will show (hot
Greeley wns a belter prophet In 1808 than he
proved himself to bo w hile swinging nrouud
The Ohio Slate JourmU says:
The Greeley managers have made nn as
toiindiiiif discovery which entirely changes
the complexion ol things, and makes hope
spring up like weeds In a potato paich. "It
seems, say these sagacious mathematicians,
thai Greeley may be elected by a handsome
majority without carrying New York, Penn
sylvania, Ohio or Indiana provided ho car
ries every other State." And, Ihey continue,
"the other Stales mutt be carried there 1 uo
such word as fail."
Sheriff '$ Hale of Goods and Chattle.
Ashtabula Common Pluaf, 187.
Tho. Mnllluitn. I OKliKK OF SALE
stfiiinst V of l'ru.rrly AtMcb-d
Cordon & W rlslit. ) birfuru lliml Judgment.
I Y virtue of said Order of Sale, duly
A. L.urd rrom nilil Court In the shove rae to ma
dlintcil, I will offer l,.r Mie by nay of Hiit.llc Auction,
l the iloor of tli Klk llon.e. In ihe vllhure of Anhta
hulu, Ashtabula county, Ohio, on Tnemlny, the Uth day
ol Novombcr, A. It. Ih7, hrtwenn the hour, or IV anil
IS o'clock. A. M. of Bald tlay, the followlnir ritmcrilml
UoouVaml Chattels, to-wlt: Two work horaea. Terms
of jpule. Caih, A. W. STILhS, Sherlir.
rliistiMAM A Mali,, Plalntlir'a Atlva.
W- BhcrllT'a OmVe, Nov. 1. 1ST.
At a mcetlni of believers In the rtclifrlon taught and
prarllerd by Jesus Christ, called Hall ilia's hirld 8un
'.'."'. "'t""' A. M.Otoler;ih VM74, -v Teimila'
Hull. Arhl'ihllla Ohio, It was ruxilrud that sald'initelinK
ailjonrn to Sunday Novem. Uil, l7i, at same hour and
iduce, for thu purpose of forming a Christian Churi-h
I he ('.immunity of Ashtshula anil Its vicinity are cordi
ally luvlii-d lo intend. All pemms son ilwiru UcIIl'
lotisand .Moral instruction, freed from tho trammels or
a compulsory creed, lire luvlled to unite lu the oriranl
satioti, hy ordu rof the muvlini;.
. . . , M. DcLsnifo. Secretary.
And Sec. Lake Erie Conference of Uuitarluu aud oth
er Christian diuretics and Societies.
.. ... ...u a. . uuiiu c-i.-, in irom. or tne iaeai
Market recently occupied by Allcock & Thorpe, on
Saturday, November 9th, 1873,
the following articles: One pair of Horses and donblu
Harness: Ouu set H.d sleds, a waon Pole, Neck-
lOkl. AO. KmI , In k.rln at 4 ..Vl.-lr U U T...
uan kn..,i.i .1 Yx.i.ii. c, - .... ,r .
-ll. K. V. WILCOX ' Aa'slf'tiHH.
Ashtabula Oct. SI, 1B72.
JG ENTS WANTED.
To sell the KI REK A CltlTrtN Town or Ot nnty
ltt'.litH N.uii. ...a .,i nni..u. .....i.. r
ed. Address, (unclosing stump for r-ply.)
X. J. MiCOH, Hen. Ajjcnt
. . lhio KiireRa Chum Co.,
llStMf Ashtabula Hotel. Ashtabula, O.
IN rending this page of Advertisement
you will And our contributions In several places. If
you haven't time to hunt, them all nn .w., 1., I
inlnd that our Stock of Cloths,
Heady-Made Clothing and Furnlshlnfr Goods,
Is lnrire and Oomph to. and that we are ready to maka
up Rolls from the best voods, with Trtinmlim to match,
as cheap as Is consistent with neatness and irood
workmanship. Yours truly, WAITK A SILL.
Parties Indebted to the old linn of Smith A till key.
will pleuse notice that arter November 1st I shall leave
all at counts not paid, with Mr. I. O. Fisher, who will
proceed at once lo muke collections.
Ashlahul.i, Oct. 17, Mi. E. II. GILKEY.
YOU can ltny Overcoats ot nil grades,
from a course Satinet to Ihe
FINEST DEVONSHIRE KERSEY
at the ClothtiiK House of 1187
WAITE & SILL.
'PEACH Klt'S EXAM IN ATION.
There will tie examinations of Teacher as
Andover, Saturday, October 13lh.
Connenut, Mnutluy. October 14th.
Aiistlnhurir, Saturday, October ISIh.
Hnrk Creek, Saturday. October With.
J'-fferson. Friday. November 1Mb.
There will be a Teachers' Institute at Jefferson, com
mem I an Monday eveuiuii. X.ivemher Hill, aud closing
Thursday evvulmr, November 14th.
II. V. JOHNSON, Clork tif Board.
Orwell. P.. Soptomhur . lH7i. 84
J E have n largf Stock ot Children's
v Boys.' and Youth's Heady made Clothiuir, thin
w o have carried for years. Ladles who kuuw "what a
bolher" It Is to fix up such suit", can escape all thia
trouble by buying of lis
WAITE & BILL.
Vai .UA11LE House nnd Lot for Sale,
with out buildings all complete. Slinated corner ot
Walnut aud Astahula Streets, Aihtahtila Harbor.
T. A. MOSIIER.
O J IS'lca
i,s;;r 9 Lai
a- J As M
x -j . a
Having just returned from New
York with a full Stock, wa of er
FALL AND WINTER TRADE.
We will felt Brown Cotton at New York Wholesale
Prices, with freight added.
Wo soli Ultra denper Idem i-i Cotton at IS cents.
OVEll 200 SHAWLS,
In all irradca. dnslpus, and styles. We ara aeTting Una
Ottoman Stripe at !. He sure and see luera.
Double Shawls al 4.S0, and the flnest stock or
Ottomaa and Pavlaley In town.
Beady-made Waterproofs, also Waterproof
fanes lur U mmt I . 1 1.1 ...... r.. ....i u
tlful Lap llobes, Just received, which wu sell at t.fti
Cortlcelll Silk, 100 yard spools, at IS ceata.
50 yard Spools, 8 cents.
Coats' and C'lark'a Spool Cotton at S centa.
Flannels and Wool Blankla,
of all grades and prices.
Black and white, Gold Mixed,
Green, and Gray Waterprools.
ALA COLORS OF VELVETEENS.
Two Bntlon Xlda, . . t1.M per Pair.
(Hove Kitting Corsets. only 1.R0.
Veil eki.u selling at . .U0.
Be inro and ace our Show Case of Ribbons tho
Largest block In Town.
Ladles', Hisses', and Children's Hoso In
Trunks from 83 to S15.
Men and Boys' Wool Wrappers and Drawers,
Lad las' Merino Veata and Drawers.
Nubias, and a Ana line of Knit Goods.
Carpets at New York Prices. 4-4, fj-l, ar.d 8-4 Floor
The only complete stcek of Human Hair In the place.
Switches. B aids aud Curls, in all shades, aim a full
line of Imitation hair Braids, Pompadours, C'ulguous,
Switches, aud Curls, lo all the latest styles.
Black Alpacas, Pure Mohairs, Empress Cloths.
Salleeus, Black aud Colored Silka,
Irish Poplins, aud flue selection
of Low Priced Dress Goods. All
Wool Plaids, for Children's Wear, etc., c.
In Velvet, Valours, Satteeua and Silks, cut on the blaa.
Alio, Uulpure Laces, Yack Laces, uimps, fringes, sic.
In coonectloa with oar Store, wa have a
Dress Making Room I
Over the Salea room, whoro
Taliuns, Waterproofs, Ac,
will be cat and inide In Ibe latest styles, witb
Wo keep a fall line of Insh Linen, Whit Spreads,
Kmbrulderies, fcc. Nubias, Mittens, Ltuwl Uluvea, Ac.
wu imaukvm, wuiy e.w a pair.
Ha tor and examine our VELVET CLOTUS, for
Sacks aud Cloaks.
REMUtBEB onr Goods ara all new and Freak, We
nave ao wa aaop Keepers.
OCX MOTTO 18,
"1 tht Goods Suit, the Price must."
Gin aa a call. Wa will be ftwad behind tha counter
tram aaoraUig till veaiiuj, ready lo wait apou all.
BNEDEKOR & KAFKA,
ll'JI Nexl door to M. 0. Dicks, Ashtabula, O,
J KRAUSS A CO'S
Great Furnishing House,
ltO, 121 eV HI Ontario Street,
Importers and Dealer la
Carpets, Oilcloths, Mattings,
Window Bliailt s, Cornices, Lace and Damask
; Curtains. , ,
Also, MsnifBctorors and Dealers In all kinds ol
The only n.thll.hm...l . . v.w v
eomplere ouiltt ran be ihtnltied In rumlshing a flras
class residence, from the attic locellnr.
rrAll tfoode sold at Impot tea' autl Mapnfkctnrera
CLEVELAND WINDOW GLASS CO.
30 and 32 Champlain Street,
'CLEVELAND, O "
. . Dealers la
English and FreucU Piute Glass,
Elfish and French Window 3l,
English and French Picture Glass,
American Window Glass,
Heavy Skylight Glass,
Car, Carriage and Show Case '
Special estimates made for Builders and Architect.
ODD SIZEd CUT TO ORDER.
We are lust receiving a tanre and well aasortaS abx-.k.
unexcelled In quality.
E. W. PALME U. Soc'y.
The Snhsrriber having pnrd pr-rstmtory rnnraei
of sliuly for the prut-tic of his profession, offers hi
servt t to to tho citizens of Ashtabula. In the treat
ment of tho various diKcasos to which the horse ts ex
posed, lie may be loiind ou Inquiry at the Piek llonsa.
. , t , ADAM 11UNTEU.
Ashtfhtila. 8e pt. 21 , tMi. 8.
188 SUPERIOR STREET.
2PJ GOOD CARPENTERS
9 9 Wantsff trk tap ns-lr nn tiaa DnltVTk nAfTBTMua
Ashtabula. Apply to M. B. CASTLEl
Asntamua, Sept. IS, ltm. M-tf
Getting somelbm; for
nolliinp; is the most awnasing
trick ever invetatavX. That
is wliy ao moy fools Ma
bit in trying la do it.
O THE PEOPLE OF ASTTTABtXA
KHOW Y E, That Ashtabula Is the place to bur
goods Chcip ; atul that the cheapest place a4 the spot
lo get your money's worlh. la at the Store of
H. L. Morrison.
The old flat; still waves, and the hlvo la lull of newer,
brighter and Cheaper goods than ever belore.
A New and Splendid stock now opening.
Dress cooiIk, Merinos,
ludit Poplins, all shades,
Black und Colored Alrmcas, '
Mohairs, Hi-ps, Silk Mixtures
Japanese Stripva, Itopclhints,
CusslHiuri'S, Dofakius, Beavers,
Blankets, Lap ltohes,
Shirting Flannels. Opera Vtannels, Dress Flannels,
White All Wool Flannels, Scotch Plaids, Ladles' Cloths.
Cotton Flannels, a lare stock, both of brown and
bleached, Ecouumy Check, the hest thins; outt White
Goods, Linen Table Iamasks,.Ited Loom Dice, Napkins.
'J'oweU, Linen llantlkorchlorH, Hosiery auUlknlt llluves.
Shirts. Drawers, Jackets, Kihoons, Laces, Embroider
ies. Ediiitrs. Dress Trimmings, Buttons, Fringes. -A
large stock of Beaulllul
Ottoman Reversible Shawls,
Some entirely new Styles, and very handsone and cheap.
Call aud look at ibetn.
Tlemp Carpets, Straw Matting, Floor Oil Cloths, 4-4'
5-1. II 4 and 8-1 Inch to match. All wool Iugralu aud
Three Ply Carpets. Stair Oilcloths.
Boots & Shoes.
Men's hand made Thick Boots, every pair warranted. -Youths'
and Boys' Thick Boots, Men's Calf Boots.
Ladles' Calf Lace Boots, Ladies' Herge (lattere, bulb
Lace and Button. Ladiea' Pebble Uoat .Lai-e and
Button Boots, Ladies' Morocco Lace Boot. Misses
Serge, Morocco, and Pebble Ooal Laco Boots. I'hll
dren's Shoes, Old Ladles' Buskins. Rubbers and Rub
ber Overshoes. My slock of Boots and Shoea wa
never larger, uevor belter, and never Cheaper than now.
Nulilfis, Comforters, ".'
Children's Knit Jackets, . .
Undershirts am.' Drawers, '
Ladies' Meriuo Vests and Drawers.
A fhll stock of Seamless Kid Gloves, both on snd
two Button. In Black the - -
VEIIY II EST KID GLOVES SOLD
anywhere, aa those know very welt who have tried them.
A full and Complete assortment of
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE,
Traveling Baskets, Satchels, and Ladiea'
YANKEE NOTIONS I
An endless variety, of Combs, Buttons, Suspender
Brushes, Needles, Neck Ilea, Scarfs, Bows, Ac, Ac,
These, and a thousand other things, will be sold for
Cash at BOTTOM PRICKS. Call and eee me and I will
do yon good. Look at all the cheap John establish
ments, and theu call aud see bow It Is yourself.
II. L. MORRISON.
Ashtabula, P.. Oct. 9, 1871 64
IV your old hat is beginning to look
shabby, we can supply you wliba new on, that will
Just exactly autl you. , liso
WAITE fc BILL.
Klln-drtcd, All Pine Doors for
$1.75 to $2.25
X HE Subscriber, being on vinced of tho
necessity of a low priced door, baa made arrangements
to furnish them at the above
Astonishing Low Prices,
And all other goods In his Una la the sam ratio, for
vavsi, us eaaai omy.
"Small Profits and Largo Sales"
1 my motto la the future. A lam stock of Saab,
Blinds, and Door constantly oa hand. Otu
One Hundred different nrlelte
of Moulding. rVroll Hawing done oa short
notice, and WAUItANTKD TO U1VK SATlbFACTION,
A Large Stock of
Oa hand. Also a larg stock al SWtasj, CeBlng as)
ALWAYS ON ILAKQ. .
Call sad ae. tteSos. yo av, ss T eat desemratd ta
make II aa obt tut lb psepie lo bay of ,
Office and MM opposite Ch-a Park, Street. Mart
Aautebala, l. V. OULLKK.