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-- J rU IlrBY. TLAIN AND OltNAMKN
I Ml P'-ist-ier. Canton, Ohio, lioirrenre, r
N Mvrri.. Y. a r, Cut.m.- S. O Porter. Arcliii--t
(-..v.'n.-d. . u"',f
. a::- itlTttT. lh'N (MM "
;:. Wh.i.ui -r.-rt, I 1 1 - V
lii.jr e to H. S t.. 9. tUi-.'SV.;
run a. t ffi.u-
E. MYF.R, Auciu rr.cT. Clove
, land, Ohio. LKtice- 101 i-ap.-1-..r St.
Koehi't'- 'lo:h,ni! '!. ic. 3oiiii
J.GEIOKR. WKU'.iGIsT. EAST
as street, Untuu, Uni.-
If m ,wr. an. I .'llr:i
Ftmdoor Wc-.d of Poet oilier-. Viu tr.-.s A
Oliio. r-Vrrorliiu.ins pr..,,;,red at """j.
dsy or Blent.
i EKCIIANT TAILOR-ABSALOM KITT AN T
tad. Clothing. al u-er-. f.nret.( ..n-
S n. tubluher. and H..a iwl'f)'"
r.TARK COUNT 1 DKJll"
1 1 IKAM
X A Hli
-liana book Mnii'Ri-lurt.r. Air ru"
abroad promptly attended to. Biuuryn ii
Klx:k up stiii ml. ( anion. Ohio.
IH1NCE II A AM, rSIP.!!TAKK.
Two Hoarncs alwaja id
t' l"urrmx" nti" l ni.
1 .i.-l l d
rDWlS BMITU.rUOTOGRAVUEI?. A;o.,
tlcular altonlion ctveo u o'l'1"';, n"u
s:auily u baud." K..ra iu Mattlu-wV ,. ("J
floor uih Market Sanrc. Cautou, O. lui.UW.il
(val rrantc ana iot"t"w
I'll YS U'IAN.S
DK J. MohHl'Ui OOi'Ht
S;irvi-. ii. (anion, culo.
Old c ai iir.'M-iil
ill. A J l ollll-. I' I T'". - ""I'l -o.. .
K. .1.1,1., ,. 1 1. ( ..iid U..t-i. ( onmrj c.il.n i.r.
ail i.C.d lodiuiiin nt) or uij-l"-
1 II. 1 l U A L L-r E.M IST. OFHK'K IN
fj li-rbt"" llm Ki. k. l 'it..u. O!:lo. All o
eru a to M.'CliauiCnl U.-iit lr iiT urmrJ in tl:e
1 ltet and niot Improved lnnlitt.-r. He olll,! r:ill
lpiU attenliou Ui his (o)d K.'tmi:. in uh'rh, iu
1 1 words of "A. Ward," he l eqi I. u ) f- and
eaceilea t,y noue.
orr.GEOS DfiXTIST A, J l)OL"lS. OKFK'K
O up stairs aiMe I'm itrr I'-wcirv More,Onue,
Ohio, .ill erer.ilionii couom te.i v. HI: the .rcteH,:on
pr,i),Uy alteu-ied to. dee l
C EORGE D. 11AUTEU HKoTHEK. rtAMC
I EHS, ..;ith NLirJi.-t Street, C:iiit,n, oliio. lio
ceiva lepoii. Loan Slouy, ilny (lolil. Silver,
lionds and l-ouilouud lulerct Nolce. Ext h.ii;ie
Koujtlit and Sold. nov.C kj
. T O. JI.:OREGOn, Attoii'rv at Law. and Gen-
ernl Colleciinir Ageut, CiutUao!, Jni," o..
i ui.:i.- Mit-i .
AlTi-KN-.k" AT AV,
hLllj IJ.IW A.. 11. Al'l
U.'t .utkl J
i:ee. vH:t .
.: in, n.ii.s;t.
l t- . :, I Ui"l
uppoi, tr in I I. -i
V. M4 .Hn. ATTOltNIA
T LAW AND
r.' f . O Ail .....
ttivuiioo. Oilu in
C-nr.iTt ml Hlt-:: ll i-ir
u ftttt ii
C'Huron, mmi will u Tot. rx Miive
U'liilir ! lilt;
biHCticrut hn ,roCHion. All r.u
i LiroCHiion. All t.u.iK3 rr.iruiti
t him wiM dilisiontiy anil jnompt y :ier.i,t t..
JUSTCE OI' THE
c.rnr, utjlie 'tiiMrt, i nuicn, unto, win hiiiou
to drAWWfi iwtiii, morlaKt'f.iif.wfrii olattrtrnr
Au. Id -wiil'fcou tutti Knuiish. h lto hoctiHs ttt
Ktnmi ma and Fronrh lununKvii. H- wilt pro.
Rur paaporl for .rMiu wmhinK Z to 'u-
DBL'BLK ttttOTUKK. lieALEKS IN WATCH
ew, (;iot.xs. Jewelry .u . -stiver Uflr, Jt,-. E .-(
side of the Public Htiaie C.inti.r., Ohio. av. le
airing done on short noli,-e.
I OSKPU A. MEYER. DEALER IN WATC HES,
J Clocks, Jowe ry and rmicy Articles, uoilhweft
Cf-rw -I Market aiiiare,(.aiiinn, w.
lug a Wot -hrs. (:ot;ka n l JewetrT
T.-.XCHANGK HOTKL.JOUN FIELDINU,
l-J pnetora. at l!i Jirpot,
A. ftsao. Clerk.
BOTOBECK -ALLIANCE IIOCSE-
atlha button. Alliance, O. Woln ul'.)fj-
rsadloeas on the arrival ol the cars
1 ACKSON HOTEL,
LOUI3 OnUtJUEK. PRO-
pricrfor. North AUrket-st. Cwutuii, O!jio.
M I&CELIVN EO US.
REAL ESTATE W. C. THOMPSON. I fc ALE
In Ken I Knlnle. Houses and huil.tlnK Lot,
a.e neai the ,c ietr.t ana JKaclilue noi,.
Cice at the Auietivati Hotel.
CiOUNTY SURVfiYOK'S OFFICE
J l Iwnted with tbo County Recorder'a
la lb Wikiiial llulldinif, north of the
Court Houae, Canton, onto, wlicro he
bo ft u tut when In ihe cily ; If not, atiy
wanted ran bo left with Jacob Kep
ItiiKer, Ksq., County Recorder, who
give atie noiii-o to tli UDdcrhigtied.
The law authorizes the Countj' Surveyor
to ttka tbo acknowledgmeiil of any
nf wntlnjr ; he will therefore
write and acknowledge Agreement.
klortRaRea, Deeda, Ac, &o , at lair
and uua tb. shortest notice.
J. U. WILLIAltft
Surveyor of Stark county,
.Canton. Jan. 15 lstW.
LD ESTABLISHED HOSPI
TAL On tha .French syatem.
QUICK CURES and LOW PRICES.
Twenty Thousand Cured Annually
Dr. Teller continue to he eoc-fldentisily and
consulted on ull forms of private
at hia old tAldthcU Hosoltul, No. a iloaver
A "-". New York.
Twealy years deroted to Ihl particular oiftnch
prsctii-e.cuub.es him lt perlorui . cures such
oilier m;io,M - - "- - "
tu in corvoepou-t-ucc- sua the n..t ciulneul
nf the Old WorKl) ffr' olit.i!lilti; the talent
well as the latest rcmedica for the (I. .,, that
tan offer indacementa t- the nntortunates.nl a
cure lo be obuuned at no ether ornce in Amer.ca.
In Sruhlllle. Uouorrhsa. Stricture, Enlargement
of the Tealielris and Sieruialic Coi'd, linn.,,
Tnroat, Sore Noee. Tender Shin Bones.
Eroiitions, B.les, Liters, AbceN, and all
Impurities of the Tti-m.
YOU Mi Mi'.N
addicted to secret hai-iis, a lio hnro Impaired
aeailh and destroyed the ix r of their minds,
4e-rivtuic theiuM-lves of the plcsjiirrs ofAl4rried
Life, are not. fled that la c.ui-.iHiu Ur. T. they
and'a friend to console, aud s phyeiciau who
till. TliLLEIfS GREAT W .Rl
or the Married ami ;lio-e couteniplaliui'
J.H) pairos furl of plates price :5 cent .
all nana under seal, by null, ...t i.r.id. The t-inlo
married and tho married heppy. A lecture on
or how to cliooeo a prtr.e:- -a couylele work
midwifery. Itcouialna hundreds of secrets
aotore pablhed "i cents cucloned will
eon v by retnrnmall.
co" TO THE LADIKS.
'Dr. Toller .till rctalni" In America the agency
f aa sale Of ir. lienors lu-uian reuinic
Pills, for stoppaires, lrrecalaritics and other
-.M..tl.inA 11, f.MOulCM.
-ii of one dollar, the nrire her box,
nllls will be sent by mall or express to any
ine world secure from curiosity or aauiue.
Ou.ce hours Irom 8 a m to S p ui. and on
.. A ,, n
N B Persons at a dl'tance can be enred at
bv addrseaiuic Ir. Teller, eucloeinir a
lfVdlcluc securely packed from objervrtlou
.... -..rt nf tha world. AH cases warranted.
charge f" advice. No students or hoys
a" "Tteixkr. m. d.
r Beaver it,. Ablany
OCTOBER 7, 1868.
aEBsMEIH I dihl I I i , II I H Will1
ATI BtAID OF
ITOCFLAHD'S GEEHAN EITTERS,
HQOFLAHD'S GERMAN TOHIC,
Prepared by Dr. C. si. Jackson, PhUadelpUa.
Their introdaction Into this couutry from troraaaaij
THEY CURED TOUR
FATHERS AND MOTHEBS,
And will euro yon and yonr children. They are
entirely dtdcraiieKm'avxrMrroni the many
preparallona now tieawsmJ ,n the eonutry
called Bilteis or pTtT Tonics. They ars
no tATorn pre pa aaaAuoaa seSkMwration, or anything
like one; but good, houust, reliable mudlcins. They
Th'. grzatfMi known rwmtdiftfvr
Diseases of Ihe Kidneys.
ERUPTIONS OF THE SKIN,
and sUl Diseases arlalux fr.n a Siur
dered Liver, Stomach, or
IMPUJtJTT OF TUB BLOOD.
Constipation. Flatulanoa, Inward Pile,
j?ullxiesa of Blood to tha Heaii, Acidity
of tha Stomach, Nausea, Heart
bura, pieauat for Food. Fabsaaa
or Weight in tha Stornaoh,
Sour jtructations, Eiusi-
inir or Tlutterma; at tha
Fit of tha Stomach, Swim
minar of tha Head, Hurried or
Difficult Breathing, Fluttering
at tha Heart, o Choking- o r
when in a Ly-vi Xintr Poatura.
Dimness of iiiiwr Vision, Dots)
or Webs before tha Slcht, Dull
Pain in the Head, Deficiency
of Perspiration, xeUowneaa
Of tha Skin and Eyaa,
Pain In the Side,
Back, Cheat, Llmba, eta..
Sudden Fluuhea of Heat, Barn-Ins-
in the Flesh. Constant Lmagdainira
of i-vil and Great Depression of Spirits,
Ail Uum tnUteau dijeaM th Lvr or Digtxiiw
Uiyaiu, reiN4iNd urUA tmtpurc iVeed.
Hoofland's German Billers
la entirely vegetable, and contains M
llqner. It Ii a cuispouuil of Vluld Ei
trsrtn. The Rooli, Herbs, and Hark,
from which these extracts are made
a re ctucrad ""4v ' u tiarniany.
All the medlfj jclual virtues)
are extracted J J I roil, tliena by
m aelenllUc i isn hcml.Xaeae
extracts are tlien forwarded to trjfa
cosutrf to be naed exitreasly for the
niauularliire of these itittera. There la
no alcohol tr aubatauc" of any kind used
In compound!!!; the It liters, heuce It la
the only Hitters tuat ran be used la
cases where aicokoilo .Umtltau are
Koof.ind's German Tonic
ua etmil itiii, in ty tt' ii.i'er,
wtji reas .S..;..j lt J:um Orauvi. nc. I: U rst-l
Jar th' WUJic: ct th' r.flrri i . rri rr-'rt M
pure altnh':'' i tilMS ' rr'i-i' t w.'r' tf'ir m
winJ 1121 lhie rmia.'i arc nr..r,-'y .lnrio-iil rnn
any viitrrt adttriis-d fur il.'. curt nf '.he il'trnne named,
th'Mt Ifiny tcirri'ific prrp ,-,iMW if xntMcinai tztracU,
H ttiU the ttttt'r tire, mrre ticenctumt f mm in um4
farm. The TON I (J d'citlrdly tnt of tht most ptea
int end mjreeMe. Tvn'dtct cier offcrtA to the public
lit taile dxriiwi Iliia ,'uiure to take it, mhiU it
Ufe-axrinp. ejhifaraiiny, and mtdictnal qvalUicl Aas
mu,, u 'ut be .i-vm at t.'u greaittt of aii tonics
DEB II ITT.
,., w.. . - i th-finiTt C'rmnn
7i.:c I- ,' w -zx O-bili!0.
H-t -I U -V f .5 fj -'
-f i ,r- .' f ""li ", CtlWJ
m' -I t utVat t.-l, tnat 't th
'.. J 4.i , , - ... t ;;. tauntl,
I, lf ., s.ifr.ctt . u V"mj ir.tif J'r9tn IM
. u t . - 1 r ''' - - r';f ' totfU
!.,... tti-l ..' ..(.. !..', wok. and K'-rfS
t ft'. ' ' " "' r-i
t Dtla.t' : hi'fUvn f.ro
i i:- iv ; tur 1 "I'tpi- r
27iKr JmtWtt-Sifi ttrr t'r !-."
tvrr let.'tci, tiwd
. rt.a rrsH.'thig from
t.t(f.4i purr ; k'-.-p ynur
I tid ttiujl
wW K. rf. ifttu. ace-:
"' ' r
M iM'i.'.liAj, Ojt Hit. UM-.
iA, am. ..f.- tf h.utrtt rt,yuiui4n yo Jut' timylhiHff
you t.tf,. it jf thrt itt Hiritns.
FkOil HON. OKI). W. Vi)DWARl,
Chief .lu. lies of Ihe Aiijirenu- Court ef Pi-nh-.ylT-.ilds.
ruH-Al-kl l-lliA, M;vn-h II, 1S67.
.'lid lli.tl.')j't tlrrman lUUers '' ! mU an vntaM
ifi:ti :i hrrrrugr, tu' i: !7'- (u.V, turjnl in diturderl
fj f,'y.tir eeorfst, a.wi of yiuit Unrfit in casts
Uc6itiy ttM.i raui r f nervous aciivM, in tit ryzttm.
J our trwv.
tVA'tl. IK. WOOD WA KB.
Fr.t)il HON. JAMES TilOUPSON,
Ju.lxe of tho Suproine Curtof Penniylvania.
1'uu.AuKLruiA. April 2S. IbM.
Iron alder rrs. . Hoofland's
:rriuuii lUt A7i trrs ' a wiinW.
...!,. ,ur lu cne A mm - y or aiiacaa
in.ii.. ti..i,M 1 r lyvsoensia.
I can rVrlliy lliilrnui my experleuve
II. Hurn, vtth rcsncci,
FROM REV. JOSEPH II. KKNNARD, V. D.,
Pator of Ihe Tenlh B.plUl Chil'ch, Ililladolphla.
li. .I,r..,-ll,is ilii:-t hat been rrtyruntiv
reeiurxtrd to r,.ct mv um mik rrrommtttdationt
d,r trent kiiuit of ..eij, but r.'jttrd.fg thm pracftMS
at out nf aty ajiftroprtate tfArre, I aik im atl oaert d-
e.innl .- out trtlh a n.ir yrwr tt, rora ,n,.u,w..
Mrmin, ,m oma lamtlv. of ttu Ht.ru.ntss or
Jlor.ji.tnd t Cima Hitters, 1 d-ttrt f. once from
rl dulnUte ot Hie . lvii and eicciaily for Liver
.1 rM.. tm ww lull ru. n. . ion mat lor eu-
Coinolalul, It I
te and (oluable
Jaoi ; but uiunttff.
bo rre beneficial
sums case it
1 doubt not, ii
tm that who sulfr
'rem Ise aoure causes.
t ourt. Km rttftcljucif,
J. U. A't.V.ViJjD,
Xiyhth, below Cutis street,
lloojland'l tin-man Remedies are countrrfeited.
ri sere th signature C. 31. Jackson
the front of the ouUida wrapper of ac bottle, and
nam of Uu article stows in each boMt. Alt other
Price of the Cillers, 1 OO er bottU
Or, a hall doyen lor 4 OO.
Price of the Tviilc, 1 6 per battle
Or, a ball dexru for $7 6U.
T !.e lonie la put up iu s.uart hot Ilea.
KtcolUct Ciat it it r. ffoortaa-T. OermOM Rems.Hr
that ers to unirerml'tt uteri ana to atjoiy
mended t and do -', i 1 "4.v allow the BufirtU
to indue yAw te tak I A TAJnytAiny sit that
ma, tan just as H JJjd JmMu
diss will b tent b$ sijuess to any bxalitf ujm mjriicn
Uon lo th
AT THE GEE.MAN MEDICIJ.E BTOKI5,
JVb. 51 ARCH STKeKX.rMUuUI.U.
CUtVS. M. KVAW3,
ronnarly O. M. JAC-CSOJI AS CO.
These nncdlcs are for sale by Brnar
Bists, Storekeepers, and Mcdlclma
era every hero.
Do not f irenel w uflBiu wtTL th artiol. tx vy,
twdrr lo get tiit aenuiiu.
7 f..,- rt.' -Ii:
PITTSBURGH, FORT WAYNE
AND CHICAGO RAILWAY.
On ami after Re.l. 13th. lSOS.Tralns will
leave StiiHtiou (.ml; , (Sundays pxcepted)
is follows. (Train leavinsr Chicago 6.35
P, M.. Iiv" daily. (Traill leaving
Pire-uruu al 2. !" P M . lou e .fail V.J
TRAINS GOING WEST.
8 I '. d..
;c si do
1 1 xs d.i
) 4-i do
1 Si do
2 ! d
4 no u.i
f. " vsi
J IS d.
3 (to do
4 47 do
e 40 do
5 20 do
7 17 do
7 4 do
9 1 do
9 45 do
Pttti!mr.rh. . ,
o 13 do
6 05 do
A 5o do
T t-7 do
7 40 do
S 01 do
0 4:1 do
1 r.i do
i i d
.1 11 d
& o.) du
6 50 d,M0 00 rio
a (10 do! 10 15 do
10 (i0 do
li) doil') 41 .lollil ft do
I. ma ..
Kurt Wnvr.e .. .
9 dolll 14 do in 6S do
51 do ll 47 dolll 27 do
T : !o
9 UH do
e i do
10 1-1 do'
1 1-A.M 12 '
'in 16 do
i l'i loe m
S 07 d
S 2,1 d
1 -A do
1 ft.i uo
3 0 do
3 37 do
4 84 do
ft 10 do
C 31 do
8 80 do
I 1 (hi do 113 ::ia.a
3 Ml d-
4 42 do
a B ' do
7 S4 do
0 10 do
1 55 do 1 22 do
S 00 do
4 41 do
7 00 do
4 15 do
5 Ju do
TRAINS GOING EAST.
Oineaao 8 iUA.m
4 50a. M
Viilparaiso V 19 do ;
Piyniouth 11 -3 do
W traw 18 8lr.a
.hi.nl is I 06 Jo i
Kort Waue....J 2ttrio'
Van Weii.....i 3 d; Jo
Limn ..j 4 do .
Korest & 0J do j
I'p'r Banduaky, r, XI do 1
rlueyrus 6 u do :
Itlansfirld j T 2 do
l.oudonvie ' i
9 10 do
10 2C do
11 15 do
1 IMojlO ."Jl !
3 In.lO. II 15 do
4 Jodo 18 li.al
5 Sodo! 1 IS do I
2 Oti do
3 19 do
o ."::,io ! IB do
4 4.1 do
7 13do t 42 d.
5 14 do
6 67 do
6 30 do
C 10 do
8 S -do
3 1U do
3 40 du
3 65 do
4 4 do
Woiwirr SI do
Maxaillon .. : 9 4. do
Cantou 1 t-2 do
Alhauce 10 45 do
Kalem II 14 do .
Rochester 12 5'. j
P.ttHlir.rgh ! 1 ti do I
11 OOdo: I 5'l do ! 8 10 do
11 27dj tt to doj a 41 do
11 z-7 io. S 47 do 9 20 mi
12 Urn 7 0 do 9 40 do
12 ."" lo S OS do 10 40 uo
1 8.d, 32 do 1 1 25 do
i , :.o lo US do. 1 fc&r.a
4 lUdo 11 10 do, 3 20 do
' 80r a 0 35 r a
11 i .lc 7 10 do
1'3?a.s 9 0(1 do
F. K. MYERS.
General Ticket Auent.
CLEVELAND & PITTSBURGH
On and alter Sept. 14th, 1808, Trains will leava
btations dsdy, (-iuudsys exuented.) as followa :
GOING SOUTH-MAIN LINE.
Mail. : Ki : Maiu ! Aocoa.
MeTelrnd, k.H5 A a.
E,l.-lid Ht..! 8.44 "
Hudson 5.60 "
Alhoce. 11.20 "
Hjard ..... 1 1 .51
Wellarille 1,85 r a
. 1 4, K) "
GOING SOUTH-MAIN LINE. GOING NORTH-MAIN LINE.
Mail ! Exrasss. Exrasaa. Accoa.
4.IO e. H.I
11. 2o ; 5,2'
I 7,45 a. a
12.1X1 p. a S,o4
Hudson 12 X'J
Kuidid St..; I,7
GOING SOUTH-MAIN LINE. GOING NORTH-MAIN LINE. GOING EAST-RIVER DIVISION.
i Mail, j Expscss. Exraxss.j Accoa.
1'eill.ir jui.UA. I t):IOA M. 2:00 p I
L.M-i'i.orl ill 15 " e-8S 2:1" "
-le,il-Dvili i 2 l.ir ? 4.. 3 -7
-i.-vlV.. 14- " 1 0 " 4.SO : Sn5 -a
r!. i-r - - 7 " 1?
' - ' . 1 - .- :
GOING SOUTH-MAIN LINE. GOING NORTH-MAIN LINE. GOING EAST-RIVER DIVISION. GOING WEST-RIVER DIVISION.
! Mail '.'r-. . ':iftu.a. Accoa.
t'lit-ijurpf.-; 6 oi'a n
H.M-heMnr ! 7.1U " I
( :i r. a.
i in "
9. 12 "
; 4 40
mithhervi 7 67 " :
WelNville.i 8 ;i '
Hellair.. i:t'.4i " I 8.2
New Phdadelphis. 8.5a a. m. Brrard, 9 56 a.m.
Kavitrd, 12.10 i to. N fhilade phia. 3.00 p. m.
K. R. MYEilS irn. Ticket AKent.
PRINCE & HAAS,
I'lidcriaWcrs, Eiist Tuscarawas Street,
We continue tho uudertakiuc bugiuean.
in all in liraticlics i i the New Room at
Iho old btand above Bernhnrtifc Co' a Fur
niture More, timl ojipot-ile Biecliele
Wholeaale tJrocery toro.
v e navo constantly on hund
Rosewood, Msihogauy, & all kinds of
C O F FINS!
Fink's Metallic Cases
and Cusquets !
IMiller's I'at. Carbonized Burial Cases.
These are impervioua and indeatructi-
l.le and da not corrode or decay, and are
light and well nmsiied
T II R E E HEARSES!
Are always in readiness, and prompt and
proper attention Invariably given.
jr-Or.lera may bo left at our rooms.
or with Bombard it Co., or at the real
deuce of Mr. Win. Prince.
Canton, Aug. 2c
aLL paper, wall PAPER
CHEAPER than- the CHEAPEST
Let all see our Paper, coiuo one and coma
And see our naw stock of paper for lall;
We lave new paper of Green. Blue and
All whlcn we can sell cheap as ever was
Our nlock. uat arrived and assorted
And our profits aro small so we know
From F.IGIIT CENTS to TWO DOL
LARS range our patters in price.
And thus you ctu see it Uncertainly nice;
Our assortment ao good you cuu't help
For to buy many bolts you cannot refuse.
Cull at GElGElfi DltUJ .STOttE for
paper ia Iber?.
At least LOOK at our stock before buying
Canton. .Vpt. 0, -It.
I wlnh to Kelt at private sale inv proper
ty on Middlebury street, iu Msfcailloti
(Kendall). It Is a good ami desirable
idence, and Is now used and has bet-n
'M years, aa
A GROCERY STANDI
On the lot is also an Ice House, Stable,
anil other out Houses.
In the house are seven rooira and it
two cellars. The arrangements in every
respect are right, and il is supplied
a k.oo(i well.
For'iurlher particulars enquire of
undermined on the premises.
Manail.on.Sept. 9. 4i
a. McGregor, editor.
Wells' Statement and Atkinsons'
The old proverb that "drowning
men t-.vtcli at straws," lias never been
morelully exemplified that it has
been by the avidity with which the
radical Stumpers of the radical press
have seized up the specious but false
statements of David A. Wells con
ceming the public debt, and national
fAs it is upn these, that the Repub
lican leaders rely for their acquittal
from the indictment presented against
them, for their excessive extravagance
and corrupti and such gross miss
mana3emeni, of Federal finances that
the pubiic .i Is increasing with
frightful rapi.'i'y, it is proper that we
give it at lea r.;tnty investigation.
Soon after .VtJis made his state
ment public 't wus adopted and
thrown into "speech" form by one
Atkinson, vrir.t proolairus himself as
one of the "manufacturers" of the
E.ist, who, under the cover of the
outrageous tn riff system of the radi
cals ii having made neatly out of the
labor of Western laborers. Atkinson
gave Wells the questional le credit of
authorship of the material of his
speech- It was delivered before the
Radical State Convention for ihe State
of Massachusets, by which it was re
ceived gratefully as an apportune re
lief from their pressing difficulties.
The "Statement" and "speech" at
tempt to establish two propositlons.as
to buth of which they not only signal
ly fail, but disclose a lamentable, tho
ill concealed, disposition to mislead
and falsify. The first proposition is,
that letween the first of April 18G5
and the first of July 1SGG, There was
paid over the sum of eight hundred
millions of doilars properly belonging
to the war debt, and which he claims
shows a decrea-e ol the public debt to
that amount, Is it not a little singu
Iar that both speech and statement
contain their own rc futation ? Out of
what was this vast amount paid, let
us ask ? Atkinson says that on April
1st 18C8 the Federal treasury was in
reality insolvent. That there wfre
but $i7,(XH),uuu wnue there were
claims passed for payment and over
due amonnting lo over $120,000,000,
inereiore the vast amount or over
3;0 000.000 was imt paid cut of casl
Ol. .. i..(l. II pillil H coin.! :!V :-V
!('. 'i it. iiijr !,,r i i i t - i i,;
oi-,-":t !:';i u; in-twtcsi April Xsi, IH-r.,
Jii'... I if lfeCij
Now the "sptech and statement"
both pretend to give the income dur
ing that iK-riotl, and state the gross
receipts of the Government at SG43,
000,000. An amount vastly less than
what they claim to have paid. The
cheat herein is apparent.
But if they fail to exculpate them
selves on the scorn of Public Debt
which instead of decreasing is ton-
st-.tntly increasing still mote egregi
ously, do they fill short on tho score
These tricksters,JVells, Atkinson
and three endorsers, pretend that the
iwt year of dical rule, (we pray
Heaven it ir.y be their ht t) cost the
people less .'.: vi the last year of
Buchanan's it. I ministration. Now for
the figures. Buchanan's last year,
they claim to have cost $77,000,000.
We give elsewhere the oflicial state
ment somewhat in detail, which
shows that the year from June 30, 1867
to June 30, 18GS cost the people, inclu
ding interest on debt, the vast sum
$414,913,004,19. Taske away the in
terest on the debt (f 140,000.000) Awe
have the still enormous sum of about
TWO HUNDRED AND SEVENTY
FIVE MILLIONS OF DOLLARS,
as the cost of this luxury of Radical
Let the people not be deceived with
the spurious statements of radical
Coxgress, which is taxing the peo
ple to pay the national debt, (the debt
increased over forty millions durin,
the past year,) bought the following
articles during the last session,
legislative purposes :
2,914 knives, or $4,744,28. giving the
members about sixteen knives each.
3S5 erasing knives, $162,70, giving
over two to each member.
7,0501 reams of paper. $34,159,87,
giving each over forty-one reams, be
sides his share in stationery, costing
$19,311,16, mentioned in the same ac
count, which is more than the mem
bers could use for lawful purposes.
1.08G inkstands, $909,23, giving each
member at least five.
3,597.166 envelopes,$16,027,94 giving
each member 19.602, being over
for each day for the two years they
were such members.
Horse railroad tickets, $110.
Horse hire, hacks, carriages, exclu
sive of bawling and carti-g, $S.277,37
482 port monies and pec set books,
$1,204,23, being ever two, and almost
three, for each member.
Soap, fancy, $230,80, being $12G
Straw hats, $77; hat brui-hes$21.
xiair orusnes, costing over
cT 1 t . A. s v- -1 . . a a
010 goiu peiib, i,ob,4B ueiug over
three for each member.
Scissors and shears, costing $2,241.50
being over $22 worth for each member,
Buffalo combs, $48; griddles,
25j dozen kid gloves, $762, almost
two pair for each member.
The leading principles of the Radi
cal party are :
First That the labor of the country
shall be taxed to support tho bond
Second That the labor of thecoun
try 6hall be taxed to support the
Taxation and Expenses.
The radicals are so determined to
deceive the people as to the real
amount they have collected and ex
pended, that we give hereunder the
statement of revenue and expendi
tures as published by Hon. Alex.
Delmar, Director ol ihe Bureau of
Statistics, Treasury Department;"!
Tho statements re fun
to tha year commencing June 30. iyV7 I
and ending July 1. 1803.
Receipts of Register of Treasury :
Customs, (in goldl
Int Rev, (currency)
Treasury Receipts :
Through War Debt,
Total Revenues, $450,212,603,03
Statements of Payments, Register
Civil Foreign and Mis
Interest on Debt (quarter
part in coin) 140,423,985,71
Treasurer Expenditures :
Wrr Dopartinent, $23,168,876,34
Civil and Miscellaneous, 1,736.992,93
luterest on Debt. 7.577,043,82
Total payment by Qov.$414,913.G01,19
In view of this statement from the
books at Washington what becomes
of Republican economy ? What bless
ings have they given to the country
In return for this prodigious extrava
gance? Have they given us peace?
Have they given us prosperity? Have
they restored the Constitution ? Have
they reduced tHe Public Debt ? Let
If there be a man in the country
who does not love liberty.or who does
uot believe the radio. Is will take his
liberty from him, yet there certainly
are but few who do not love money
and il" there be no higher motive to
.clUiiie such men than the love of
:.vf!.t-y, j'. i litem iheu und.n'.y!i:l that
oi i t. iii.a ::it..siroua 6 c-icui c-i ratii-
their money is not their own.
Let every voter remember that the
adical leaders cost the people the last
fiscal year the enormous sum of near
FOUR IIUNDUED AND FIFTEEN
MILLIONS OF DOLLARS. .
To this sum should be added seveu
' millions as premium on tiie gold
item and this araodii to $185,000,000
DID THEY NOT DO IT?
Did not the Radical Congress in
crease your taxe3?
Did not tho Radical Congress ex
empt the rich man' bonds ?
Did not the Radical Congress in
crease the wages of its members?
Did not the Radical Congress dis
solve the Union for which our brave
soldiers fought ?
Did not this Congress establish
military despotism over tha South ?
Did it not disfranchise tho white
men of the South and enfranchise the
Did it not establish a bureau for the
benefit of the blacks ?
Do you not have to pay high taxes
for radical politics?
Are these not reasons why you
should spurn the radical ticket and
vote the Democratic ticket ?
Who thinks a national debt is a na-
The radical pary.
Who saved Washinglon City
1863 by forwarding troops promptly?
W ho thanked Seymour for saving
Who damns Seymour for saving
Washington city in 186;?
The whole jacobin party.
Who told a soldier to "begone,
hadn't time to fool with soldiers ?"
Who said he could not afford to ex
change live rebels for skeletons?
Who refused to liberate from An
dersonville and Belle Isle our starv
ing prisoners ?
General Grant, the jacobin candi
date for the Presidency.
Who approves of exempting bond
holders from taxation ?
The radical party.
DEMOCRATS, TO WORK!
Democrats, the news is cheering !
Uloiious tidings come in from every
The tide inns in our favor, and
we WORK we will WIN !
Put your shoulders to the wheel a
help along. GO TO WORK
EARNEST. See that all who vote
the Democratic ticket are canvassed.
See that the wavering are furnished
with proper reading, and that every
man is ready for the first contest !
TO WORK DEMOCRATS!
One year ago the New York Tri
bune said :
"Men who hold thai none bid Whites
should vote, may be well enough in their
places ; but there is no room for them
in the Republican party."
Then they should unite with
White Man's Party, and vote for Sey
mour and Blair.
There are 6,000,000 wealth-produ
eers in the Unitad States upon whose
backs rest a debt of over $3,550,000,000.
How long can they carry it ?
MAKE THEM TELL YOU!
standintr army that costs the taxpay
V.shin2;;on. ers of this country one hundred and
When a Radical asks you to vote
for Grant and Colfax, make him tell
you how much benefit you or the
country will derive from such a course.
MAKE HIM TELL YOU why i
it that in times of peace, the parly
which he asks you to support, has a
fiitv millions of dollars per year?
MAKE HIM TELL YOU what
has lejome of millions upon millions
of dollars that has been paid into the
public treasury since the introduction
of his party into power that there is
no account of now.
MAKE HIM TELL YOU why it
is that with all the taxes and tariffs
that are wrung from the people an
nually, the public debt is still increas
ing at the rate of ienmiUions of dollars
MAKE HIM TELL YOU vhy his
party makes negro voters in all the
States of the South, and then denies
beihg in favor of negro suffrage, here
in the Norlh.
MAKE HIM TELL YOU what
juvtice there is in the Radical doctrine
of taxation which exempts the rich
from all taxes and places them upon
the shoulders of the poor.
MAKE HIM TELL YOU HOW
it is that three ears after the war has
ceased, that the Union for which we
were told it was waged, is farther from
being restored tqan it was at the be
ing restored than it was at the begin
MAKE HIM TELL YOU why the
bleated bondholders who robbed the
government and invested the mouey
he stole iu tax exempted bonds should
receive gold for his interest, while
you are compelled to take greenback
lor your work.
MAKE HIM TELL YOU why the
laboring men at the North should
toil and sweat, day after day, to feed
a lot of lazy negroes and fatten a fa
natical carpet-bag pack of Burean offl
cials who yearly take from the public
treasury millions of dollars.
MAKE HIM TELL YOU what
good will arise from voting for Grant
how much it will lessen your taxes
lower the prices of the necessaries of
life, and how soon it will restore the
Union, and make our Government
government of white men establish
lished by white men for the benefit of
(For the Democrat)
The Republican Party teems lo be very
f-S-ii'i us about t'ie characier of their pai
a-isoeiaies. They are iu continual travail about
1 the Democratic party permitting Wade
Hampton and N. E. Forest to associate with
the party. I affirm that the talent and re
spectability of the Republican party is now
operating with the Democratic Party, I will
instance a few names which have stood
highest in point of ability and honesty
the Republican party. Chase, Doolittle,
Cowan, McCulloligh, Grimes, Ross,
Blair, F. Blair, Wells, Evarts, Tom. Ewing
while Seward, Randall, Fessenden and
Trumbull are covert, if not open Democrats.
Now these men have been replaced by
different class of men. Dead Duck Forney
who was a live advocate of Buchanan's
election, so abnoxious to Republicans.
Jim Lane, who murdered a man in his own
door yard in Kansas, was a leader. Spoon
thief and woman insalter beast Butler, who
voted 57 times for Jeff. Davis for President
iu the Charleston Convention, is now
proper leader of the Republican party wear
ing with demoniac fervor the mantle of Thad
Dirty work Logan, who paid in Southern
111., his brother-in-law money to assist him
to enlist in the Confederate cause, is now
estimable chieftain in the Republican army.
John A. Bingham, who was instrumental,
Butler (the thief) beuig the witness,
"hanging an innocent woman," is in good
order with the party.
Diunken Dick Yates, from 111., who ap
peared iu the Williard Hotel on tho avenue
in Washington city, in a state of drunkeness
and without a shred of apparel on his per
son. This delirium tremens Yates stands
high in the Republican ranks, being a Sena
tor from 111.
Atheist Carl Schurz, who declares the
is only to amuse children, that
Sabbath day is a relic of barbarism
that death is an eternal sleep. This Atheist
is intensely loyal aud in splendid standing
the God-aud morality party.
Peculator Bill Gibson, the Rada are run
ning for Congress his chief merits are,
stole $100,000 in money raised by the
payers of Ohio, was indicted and convicted
of the crime, but saved from punishment
a corrupt Prosecutor, and a venal judge
Columbus, O. Gibsons high qualification
for stealing public money, places him high
with the Republican party.
Rebel Gen. Longstreet, who was a high
Lieutenant under Jeff. Davis in the Confed
erate service, and was the instrument of kill
ing more northern boys than any other
is proudly spoken off by the Rads as a lead
er, the blood of treason is washed off
hands, he is loyal, he plows with the black-
Flaunting lie Greeley, who argued for
cession in 1861 and bailed Jeff. Davis in
is grand Journalistic Sachem in the wigwam
W. W. Holden, original secessionist
South Carolina and the first originator
j suggeetor of theidea of assassinating Lincoln
is now an acceptable "big ingun,"he is
al, "let us have peace."
Gen. Sickles is high cockalorum with
Rads, the qualifications this man possesses
to lead the Radical party is this, he opened
an assignation House in Washington city,
and with.the basest ingratitude shot on
street, Judge Keys, one of his best custom-
era. "Let us haye peace."
Joe. Brown, of Georgia, was grand
coon at the Chicago Convention, there saying
ha was an original secessionist of the
houn school and was proud of his record,
and that he fought the north as long
there was hope of success. Joe. Brown's
Augusta speech, after his return from
cago, he gave his reasons why he supported
Grant, It was because the Democratic
party had abandoned their cherished
trine of State rights and sent men
arms down south during the war, to kill
southern people, and if it had not been
the Demociatic party the Republicans co
never have conquered the south.
.This Brown wM GoTeraor of Georffia
during four years of the war, located and
was custodian of Andersonville prison dur
ing that time. His blood ' o'f treason is
wiped away. Deaths he might have aver
ted in tha Andersonville prison are all for
gotten for he is loyal, supports Grant, "let
us have peace."
Thad, Stevens was borne to his last rest
ing place a lew woek saice, by negroes,
and escorted to LancaUor from Washington
.C negro soldiers. lie was author and chief
fugleman of the whole scheme of recon
struction which he repeatedly stated was all
outside of the Constitution he had sworn to
supporL lie died and went to , or
some place "beyond the rolling river"
(himself being the witness) with treason in
his soul perjiiry on his lips and a negro
concubine's aruw around his neck." Let
us have peace."
The American Mute, Useless Grant, now
carries the banner of this party His merits
for this high trust consist in his saying, in
61, he would fight with Jeff. Davis if Lin
coln interfered with the negroes. He and
a monkey once rode a circus pony or mule.
He was convicted hy five cabinet officers of
treachery and lying in the Stauton-Thomas
imbroglio. He drove the Jews from his
lines because they were Jews. Because he
has no policy of his own, is therefore ready
to be manipulated by Wendell Phillips et al.
Because Theodore Tilton, of the New York
Independent says he is a man of no ideas,
and a drunkard. Because he has been ar
rested and twice fined for violating the or
dinance laws of Washington City. Because
Phillips says he cannot stand up before a
glass of liquor without falling down. Be
cause Henry Ward Beecher says he is a
smoking mess of animalism.
The Democratic party can well afford to
carry Hampton and Forrest. The most
sensible thing these men and the Southern
people can do, is to cast their destiny with
the Democratic party. It is an earnest of
their unionism and patriotism. Take it all
in all, the Democratic party is a hundred
fold more KkutPKCTABLE than the Radical
crowd ; and in the sight of Democratic in
stitutions and Almighty God a million fold
more just. "Let us have peace."
A FORMER REPUBLICAN.
Affairs in Tennessee are growing worse
and worse. Gangs of negroes instigated by
white scoundrels, are traversing the country
plundering and distroying wherever they
can, and often attacking peaceful and inof
fensive citizens. In some counties a reij
of terror appears to have been established,
and the white families are in constant fear
of their lives. Brownlow, and the crew of
abandoned aud lawless wretches he has call
ed around him, are but little better than the
barbarians into whose hands the Radicals
have placed Tcnuesee. He is even now 01
ganizing his black militia, aud a crisis
certainly approatiliiug in that SUtie whit
prtuuists hid work for all classes cf citiems.
It might be averted by all the white .conser
vatives leaving the State and RurrcncU'iing
their property lo loe. blacks kind scalawags;
but that they are not likely to do. They
are more inclined lo btand their ground and
protect themselves, aud perhaps they are
right, though it may not be loyal to say so.
Carpkt-bao Governor Clayton, of Ar
kansas, has issued instructions to his regis
trars for the election of Graut and Colfax.
He commands them to reject any one whom
tiuey thinK not enuuea to register, even
though the applicant has already taken the
oath. No man who cannot "prove by evi
dence satisfactory to the Register" that
did not sympathize with the Confederacy,
shall have hia name entered upon the regis
try list. His oath, on this point, is of
consequence. The applicant for registration
must swear that he accepts the civil and
political equality of all men
agrees not to attempt to make any changes.
Clayton deserves well of his party. He
the most trooly loll man in all the West and
if he does not Jsuceed in carrying Ar
kansas for Grant and Colfax, it will not
his fault, nor because of any hesitancy
his part to practice those nice little election
tricks for which his party is so noted.
the State goes for Seymour and Blair,
should advise him to buy a new carpet-bag
and make tracks at once. We think it wo'd
be healthier for him in some other locality.
The ease of John H. Surratt, charg
ed with being implicated in the as
sassination of Pretident Lincoln came
up again on the 21st, in the Criminal
Court at Washington, before Judge
Wylie. Surratt, who had been out
bail, appeared with his counsel. The
District-Attorney entered a nolle pros
equi to the original indictment charg
ing the accused with murder, and de
sired to enter at once upon the trial
the second indictment charging con
splracy, but the case, at the request
tho counsel for the defense, was post
poned until the 22d inst., when a spe
cial plea setting forth the amnesty
proclamation of President Johnson
a bar to the trial was pleaded, and
The radicals tax the people of
country $500,000,000 a year to pay in
terest on a debt twice as large as
should be, to support a Freedmen's
Bureav, keep up a Rtanding army
maintain "order in Warsaw," feed
and clothe thousands of idle negroes,
Ac.; they exempt capital invested
bonds from taxation, collect the whole
of the vast sum necessary to maintain
an extravagant and corrupt govern
ment from the workingmen of
country, and then claim credit
wise administration and the practice
of "rigid economy." O what hypo
The amount paid to the officers aud
agents of the Freedmen's Bureau,
salaries, for the year 1867, was $S75,
705 50, or nearly one million of dollars
The plea of the radicals is that this
necessary because the negroes are
capable of taking care of themselves;
yet Into their hands they have put
power to rule the South, aud not only
the South but the North. "Let
" An answer to the following conun
drum is respestfully solicited :
If Radical administration spends
millions ol dollars a month more than
it can realize by the present enormous
taxation , how long will it take a Rad
ical administration to pay a public
debt amounting to billions.
G. VoLNiiY,. D0R4EY is stumping
for the loyal cause. He ought to help
Gllbson. Precious pair !
THE GEORGIA RIOTS.
Letter from the Hon. R. H. Hill.
To the Editor of tnt Tribune .
Sir: I have read all you havesaio
In the Tribune on the sul ji-ct of th.
collision at Camihu in the State of
Georgia. I beg permission to m-ik
a statement which will present this
'Vhoie alhtir in its proper linht to you i
and the Northern people. j
Early in the canvass ihe wliiif-sof
that State (nino-tcuihs of whom are
Democrats) received positive informa
tion that the negroes were being cn
cou raged to firm themselves and hold
nightly drills in military style. They
were told that the object of the Demo
cratic party was to re-enslave them,
and that they must resist its success
by force, and especially kill negroes
who should vote the Democratic tick
et. Very soon this canard which
originated in the Leagues, was openly
proclamed. White and colored sneak
ers at public meetings advised the ne
groes to get roady to fight, and were
reminded that they could use the
torches for dwellings as well as the
guns and axes against the people.
A painful rumor obtained currenev
that the acting Governor (Bullock)
was in sympathy with, if not actually
aiding this movement. I do not know
that this was actually so. This stato
of things naturally excited alarm
Several outbreaks were attemuted.
and several attempts to kill white
people, and the negroes, when ar
rested in different portions of "the
State, said they had authority and or
ders to this effect. We also most sat
isfactorily obtained information that
the object of the few whites who in
cited the negroes to their crimes was
two fold. 1st. To place the nearroes.
by discipline and excitement, beyond
the influences which might induce
them to vote vith the Democrats, or
not to vote at all. 2d. To provoke
collisions, expressly to .influence, the
Northern people whlth charges of
"Rebel outrages." . Now the interests
and the policy of the whites Is just
the reverse. In the first place, it was
Democratic property, and Democratic
families which would be endangered
if riots occurred. In the next place,
if the negroes become demoralized
by these political military, organiza
tions and frequent, assemblages, the
crops would not be well gathered; and
Democrats owned the crops, and their
impoverished condition made tkum
anxious to gather an much ns pwsibi.:
for the anticipated hig'-i pric. But
Ifi'llv wft knl-v.' timl Die r.-.'-'t ;f :'-f
iVtiuentiS cU-fti ni deiii'ink;:! crv.i
nr-'.n rim v-.'-i.t .f ';i N'l.rl tern ''!!:
aud we wvre t-xu .jUintriy :-uixious
avoid every possible cecu.r nee which
could excite the passions of the ; .i'h-!
ern people Our property, our safety,
our families, our luni living crops, tirul
our put'ly poiwy all combined to make
us anxious to k-cp.h.e j-xace. How
could we effectually koep the peace?
None but those who felt the respon
sibility will ever know the -difficul
ties with which our situation invested
this question. But -we resolved
common concert and counsel,
jtrst, To bear every insult, and even
outrage possible, and never to resist
or resort to force in any form, except
when .actually neci a ary to protect
property, person or family.
Second, To stop by the constituted
State authorities, all thee nightly
drillings, secret military organiza
tions, and armed assemblages, of eve
ry, character, as calculated to break
We have no confidence that
Governor would voluntarily aid
Therefore, letters were addressed
the Legislature urging action. . The
Legislature did act by passing resolu
tions requesting and urging the Gov
ernor to issue his proclamation for
bidding these armed demonstrations.
The Governor issued his proclama
tion, but in a style and with false
charges which greatly confirmed
worst fears of the whites as to
sympathy with these movements.
But we had the proclamation,
we hoped that all threatened dangers
would disappear. Now, there
not thejsllghtest desire, as you seem
think, of interfering with the consti
tutional right of black or white
keep and bear arms," or to have
meetings as many and
long as they desire. We only desired
to prevent military drills, and organi
zations not authorized by law,
armed assemblages calculated to break
the peace ; and these we desired
prevent by legal authority, executed
the civil officer. You now have
exact reason why the Sheriff met
approaching armed procession,
after exhibiting the-Governor's proc
lamation, told the leaders they could
hold the meeting peaceably, but beg
ged them not to attempt it in violation
of that proclamation.
Camilla is a very 6mall village
not exceeding, I would say, three
hundred inhabitants black and white
men, women and children.
A large assemblage of negroes gathered
from surrounding counties,
by these white men, and all armed,
and to be excited by inflammatory
speeches, aud many of them by other
causes, placed the people, families and
houses of that little village in danger
of pillage, rape and burning, with
alternative if prevented, of fearful
"Rebel outrages," to kill negroes, and
prevent free speech, scattered all .over
the North, just as the State election
was approaching, which, it was be
lieved, would determine the" Presi
dential election ! .
I know both Pierce and Murphy,
the two white men who conducted
this whole affair. They are the most
emphatic specimens of what are term
ed carpet-baggers. Before the passage
of the Reconstruction measures there
was no complaint made against them.
These measures disfranchised every
Intelligent white citizen who had held
office in that country. Pierce Bettled
as a Bureau agent in Lee ooupty, and
Murphy in Dougherty connty, adjoin
ing the county in which Camilla
siuated, and in the counties of Lee
and Dougherty there are live negroes
to one white. I have no idea that
so- IV ny- fjf
w " rare.
... - I cf la,
- , -. - a dire.
THE ; DEMOCRAT OFf!Ct"
Having lately received a bow enpplrof JOB MfJi
EIUAL, Is now furnished 1 awstyle "eqai." lo siuiuetaA
eoantry office in Ohio, having " " "J".
TWO rOWm'-PEESSES, " 7
a full assortment of the latest styles of Ty;
the nsnal facilities for doing; work Of eve"..
description In the best of style, and as reasoaau
can be done In any first-class city office. . -
CAEDS, PAPER, ENVELOPES, e.,
. ' Always kept on hand.'
s or a
y M Us.
dozen white Republicans could ti'.'i
tounu in the three counties. "-Tha.
see at a glance the temptaiidrr of"ue
offered to Pierc'e and Murphy to ire 'Si.t
offices by the large negro vote.
i d .
y, since the passaire of the m
instruction meitsures these men havi 'liPs
A it ill) f h: r'tierrr.tis !; .....
( UUa0.31.3 I. il' (. OBl'rts a, 1
t election. h.is ncV reocivi e-
x; trio iivijiiimttioii foi' V
rom h convention of ncgrou-i. i!ur"
phy was ck'ctcd Sheriff by the in-g.-otti
.ao ia-:t; election, but was uhhI.'h ti?
give the boud. Ho is now I beli
. thn i.lfi.il..,.. I : . 1 . ...
on!v.ci,i.uiui nt:iset. WPliiVdLiir
rowly escaped several bloody riots irj "."
that region before.' Our people heu .nd
believed these inen.'espeelai-Jy the' .hit
ter, incited them. They wera lir.tli
atsiinctry in view, with other, whef
jr. id .
we counted the difficulties in the tvau
of pieservinrr noanp. nnd .t, .,
sought to secure the proclamation.
But in spite of that proclamation
and all the remonstrance of our ptos
pie, ana me fears of our women and
children, they persisted in holding
armed assemblages of neeroes. aad tho
lamina riot is the unfortunate rc-- jit '
Ihe Camilla riot, properly under) 1
stood, will exhibit to the Nortnerrf '
people more clearly than a thouanu
speeches could, the fte 'reasn.i why. ;
me auuutcrn whites are, at present, un- I
wining to extend universal,, indisi -?
criminate suffrage to the negroes. I; t
oecause iney can he taken possess-, j
ion of by a very few bad white met "V
seeking office at their hand cnA "
mede terrors to society, and destroy'
ers of calefy for property and security 1.
for families. Many of the more In? 1
telligotit understand and renudintr.-1
these influences, but the greater drl 1
In these very counties of Lee ancf- 1
Dougherty, in which Pierce trntP
Murphy reside, I do personally ko(v-
(for I plant in both ot these countie3)n" I
that in 1866 after thesurrender maritr .
you lands were selling from $ 10 tr! ' '
520 per acre. Immediately after tht
passage of these reconstruction m nse"
urea these very lands commenced de""
dining, and I do know that som o''
them have recently been sold (wJt1, iA
Cotton as high as it was in 1S68) f;e.
one dollar per acre in gold ! lis
' To have our families -and our livee9-11
thus constantly menaced and our prop?a?
erty d.'precinte I, is C3rtainly a fe ir-uat
and sad conditio;
the Nurtli plucy
and his pr; .v. v
his native eiMiii'
ITlaJ. 1 s t '.! i; !!-r
: . '" . t.iV-'
1 ;.'...-. i"! )v.:,
Let every m in irtig J
ili thi.. nr.,'
. .Hid f V
"n 'ft j
, i fwvere
"a traitor, ami guiity vrr-h J
3'.v," h; .i'iil , hs ,' soirW for '
of i-ho' cxa-d condition. of. Ui4?er ,
!;'-;! v. hi'c-s, tucny of whooi die' the
all in n-oir power, like the writer, bJdis- j
prevent ."-ecession, and whom . ban' the
never seen the day when they.voult.rats.'.
itot give tlicir lives to preerva tht "
Our people bear thei evils. 1
there any other people on earth wht
woultl bear them snn.?fifnfli' Wi.t
do they bear them ? . Because thejtora
look hopefully to the Northern peof
pie to rescue them. They Jove every ose
man North who is willing to rescut''''0
them. They want, above all things'
peace. ihey will make any V.the;
sacrifice, accede to any other demunc' .
the North can make to secure poitcere".
But they cannot and they : will not'-
consent, by their own act, to dishonof ' "
themselves by disfranchising thei ".
wisest and best men ; and agree tot ..
scheme which must place their Wvve?
and their children, and their little""
remnant of property under the domi-:'. '..
nation of -ignorant, semi-barbaroui -negroep,
excited and led on by a few
bad white men, who have 110 de-iin
but to get office at tho hands of thtse
negroes. Why should they, for peace
consent to that which must destroy
S3 ; 1
. 5. -
all peace? , Yours very truly, .
R. H. HILL.
NEW YORK, Sept. 24, 1868.
Stealing at a Dead Congressman's
Honorable PTrfllln Johnson.a momA.-n'i her'
her of the 3i)th Congress, died In . ' ,
Washington, and hi-s bodv ivia oi.trc1u,r0,
nome 10 Gaston, Peensylvutia, at
Government expense. The Radical
Congress appropriated $2,775 to pat'
the Sergeant at-Arms A undertaker7'
bill. Among the items we liud these :'
Eighteen white silk sashes, $254 00'
Eight black silk sashes. 90.00L
iinee nuiiiireu una ion puir.-i
Two hundred black scarfs.
Fare and expenses
on tho way, 4Sl,0O.a have a
All this will bo found in tha official . !
records ef Congress of 1867 and 1E63. . " r
Tax payers will remember thatiA to pay-
when tt dead Congressman is sent rorer
home, none but a committee of half-T , ; '
dozen go long. But here we have;""1 I
310 pairs of kid gloves ; 91 hacks ; 100 they are,
scarfs, etc., charged to the people and.Wer who
paid. It is only parallelld by the fel-.,rin
low who stole the copper off a dead ,
negroo's eyes. f
r the sue-; i
800,00 keep in,
Radicals on Grant.
James Harlan, radical, , United V gold !
States Senator from Iowa, 'called mom 611(1
Grant tt "butcher." Theodore Tilton,; V l i
and Wendell Phillips accused him of: j
getting drunk and staggering through - thousand
the streets on Sunday, Horace Gree- K Pav no
ley ga vo him tho name .if the mum01130 astA
candidate, supported alont? by polill-'' Grant's :
cal renegades, Ben. Wnde said that. ,
he only knew enough to talk horse, 1
and Don Piatt said all hi ideas were ralicalum .
concentrated in Marshul ' Brown'Hv?U b2 i
pup., i f these men sjieak the truth. lt -wiVl ccm" ;
and they have no motive to "befoul ( ; - k '
their own nest," is. General Graut fit
to b President of the Uuii&.l States f
1 '.educe he ,
" r ;. . t .,;.' 1 ' Fiklujo ,
The .Senate of Georgia, following. . . ;
tho action of tins House of AemhlyJi:PLB Down
has expelled the neg;o members from c-gathererst;
that body," as ineligible under the con? -4 f
Btiluuoh. .'. , r.... .. . "... opsy the'r'
... -:- , ' T? ' Beyiaoi t' ;
Famine may prevail in the .lanel, ; - ....
but the bondholder ! sure of his gold-, J ,
interest. ' " ' 7.
;. ... " - . .1.1.. ; .riu 1
The former's crops may fall J but -12 !
the bondholder reaps his goldon htr ;
Yst twice a year. --r t "Ae- - ?