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ITIIE BRISTOL NEWS,
I. C. & E. FOWLER,. ' , ",
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DLANK3 OP EVELtV DESCRIPTION
BRISTOL, VIRGINIA & TEHHESSEE, FRIDAY, AUGUST 21, 1868.
ALWAYS OX HANI),
( r 'itnisiln (I at the shortest, notice, at M
lov late as they ran bo bought clsewhi re. '
lie l it
PROF -El S SIOjJAL.
M. L. AKXEY. "
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND COLLECT-
ISO AGENT." 1
Urihtoi., Va. k Tus. i
WILL practice Id the Courts of Httlivnn,
Washington, Carter, Oroen and Hawkins
'ountiet, Tcnuoetiee.and WanhiiigtLii Coun
J'ajT l'rmnpt attention will be given to all
business Intrusted to .lim.
Hiiro went end Nickles House.
Aug. 14, IHlift, tf '
Attorney at Law aud Collecting Agent,
"TIIl. nttend promptly to nil busine-.
' V entructe,: to him in umibt Tea-
"Hiie. ' nun; 14, 1SGH, tf.
DEAOERICX & DEADERICKS
ATT0ENEY8 AT LAW ADD SOLICI
TOUS IN OHANGEEY.
.t. VT. 6EADEU1CK. KnoxvlUe, Tenn., or
W. V. DKADKIUCK, liluiintvillp, Tenu.
J.O. DEADKIUUK, Uriftol, Tenu.
VLL busincsH IntruslO'l to their core will
be promptly nttwidcd to. Cluium col
Jtutod ia any part of upper East Tcnueti-i-c.
aug 14 -y '
Attornsy at Law aud Solicitor in Ckanoory,
EaTILLVlLEE, SCOTT CO., VA.
T.TAVINU recently removed from Uristol,
JL J Tenn., mid located himself, perma
nently ut Estillville, Mcott county Va., will
practice in tlio several Courts in tho coun
tius of Lee, Scott, Kunnc'11, Wiue and WaBh
ivntou, Va. .
v W?. I'mmp't attention b'ivcii to oollec
1 tions :n the nbove named counties. Cem-
iinuuiations will hereafter he addressed to
1110 as nboto. in.r41tf
-Uoiney at Law and Collectinc: Ageat,
UNION DEPOT, TENN., j
Will practice in tlio Circuit Courts of
leene, Iluwkitis, AV'ashington and Sullivan
c nniies, and in the Federal court at Kim i
vllo, and will attend promptly to nil bu-i-
! intrusted to his care, i n-1 m 1 1 ntr t.le
flection of Clitimt against the Oovcrnuien
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
, UlllwTOl., VA. & TENN.
WILE HIACTICE IN THE COIT.TS
of WavhiiiRtoii, Scott, nnd Lee (jolli
ties, Va., ii'id tjiillivau nnd '.Vusliington,
i'enn. Fnrt ciiliir attrntinn paid to cases
'"Mil l.;Vtkl'uFtiy "VJ tlilite1''?.""
LUllioe rest euu JNicneia xiouafl, 1
j aug 14 lHi;8
II. M- FOLSOM,
Attorney a; Law and Collecting Agent,
E LIZA1ETI1TON, TENNESSEE,
nug 14th,lfU8, tf
A. J. imOtt.'. S. J. KUIEI'ATKICK.
BROVl & KIRKPfiTRICK,
JONES liOUOU G 11, TEN N ESSEE.
iK 14, tf
JOSIPH T. CAMPBELL,
ATTllNEY AT LAW,
T)ItACTIC5S regularly In the Courts of
JL n.slnn;ton, hunt 11, Itusteii nun ocou
.Couuties, ill he Circuit Court of Lee Coun
ty, nnd the district Court at Abingdon.
July lit, 1(1)8. tim
J- I). JIaLLt . O. C. KINO.
Bristol, I'cbii. Dlouiitvillu, Tenn.
MiLlX t' AAG,
Attonsevs at Law & Solicitors in Chancery.
WILL Riv Ihuir uttentiou to such busi
ness as iniiylo coiumttteil to taelr ciivo.
CullrftivtiJ in Siuth.WeH Virginia ant,
r.wt Tt nntM Allanltd tti I'romptit.
Aug. 14, 1..8.
C. 1. YOUU, J A. ruLKKIlSO
TORE h FULUERSON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Will lu'uotior iu the Courts of Washington,
r.usscll. fi'e'timd Leo counties. tll'FlC'E,
in l.iiiicasn v building aug l l,y
.lohneon'f Depot, Ten
LOVE A. TAYLOR,
Attorney t Law and Oolleotiufr Agents
1'ruiupt attention pai.l to all Claims 111
triibted to them in llawWns, Oreene, Wash,
iiiglun, Carter, Johnson nnd Suliiviiu coun
ties. East Tn.uweo; and WushinRton coun
ty, Virginia. BnS l-.y
ATTOlUiEV il iiAW,
VnLL piaciii e In tlio Courts of Tenne-
II we anil Virgin"'. niri..iniMW
to al' busiue-s lit Uaiikruptey. thin e we
W,J Nickels' House. Aiiir.lt 18.18 ,t
TO THE PUCL1C GEKERALLY.
nlltS 1". ll ld. lll.N & i A lllhll, having
.!.i.,u"i,i.ntW lucated ili Bristol, Tenn.,
would respectfully annoniiee m ... ..iu.i
geuerslly. that they arc r-i"'
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liuolied pi cn-c.
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niii'b Liiiiwledi.' fc'
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iheiiisehts under their iai
and tituu-kt- TUey mil.
1 icitlii:' atteiiU-oi to
jUSK.KS OF TIE KVES,
Miiuaf, (oi-'M-cyc-.t .'
Chronle li.fl.ui'aiioiis, .e.
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ily aio"e eil,
l i'.KTON CAUTEll,
Box 'K D.lslol, Tenu.
(Olicfl ia th Lnuoi;r Building..'
DR. WM. N. VANCE,
LATE of Kinpsport, resides inliiistol.
He will attend to professional oalls
from town nnd country.
OEPICK, in KiiiR'a Block first door on
the light up Mnirs. aug 14, -y
CJ Visit" Hristol ctery Friday and Sat
urday Office on Main Street, oue door
won of Ensor'i Drug Store.
BU Visits Mnr'mn eTci other Tuesday
and Wednesday. Ofliee nt Mujor HuUer's.
a-iff. 14, 1H8. ly
Dirjo7i TfliTvrMTDT D. V. S .
V GRADUATE in both Medicine nod
Dentistry, but who devotes his time ex
chiKiToly to Dentistry, will be found ntliis
office, nt nil times, except when profession'
iillv absent. '
He will viit Dlonntville on Monday of
eneh Court week. He will also bo nt Jones
ville, Lee county, nt the Circuit Court,
, Aug 14-tf ;
Dp. H Bl. Ctrant,
HAVING just returned from Itultimore,
will visit Bristol on Friday and ut
unliiy of each week.
, OOico next door to Elisor's Drug Store,
Sin 111 1 '
NEWS OF THE "WEEK.
Horatio Seymour Las written a letter
formally accepting tho Democratic nomi
nation. Iliri letter will bo found iu
another column. Ho wilt remain upon
Lis farm, near Utica, N. Y., during the
Gen. Bluir has been travelling ia the
West. , ;
Gen. Grant has gone to tho Rocky
Mountains. In November ho will go to
Sul Laho. As ho passed through St,
Joseph, Mo., ho was called upon for a
speech, and when the crowd found that
ho could not speak, some ono gavo a
blast upon a horu, at .which tho entire
nssemblago shouted for Seymour and
Bluir. Grant retired in disgust, wheu
Gen. Sherman eanie forward and tried
to calm tho assemblage, but their shouts
for Seymour and Blair grew louder aud
tauter, ilia Uencrui retired a wiser
Gatfax has been sponkinff in Illinois
Indiaua, and is rather doubtful of
Stevens died at hi residence
on (Japitol Hill, nt midnight, August
llth. A company ct Butler ounves
in pissing up Pennsylvania Avetiuo to
relievo the guard over bis body, had a
titono thrown at tiicrn, when they fired
a volloy down tho stieot, wounding a
ucgro waiter, who stood in a neighboring
door. It is said that a regular frej fieht
took place on their arrival at tho Capitol.
Gen. Buchanan, commanding the do.
partmcnt of Louiaiaua, baa been orJtrod
to keep himself informed of the condU
tinn of affuirs iu bis department, nnd
communieato promptly with tho War
Department any facts which may make
it the duty of tho President to employ
foreo. This or.lor was the result of
Gov. Yarmouth b demand for troops,
aud plainly khows that the President is
afraid to trust tho Governor in so im
portant a matter. .
A. W. Clutko is to relieve Gen Kil,
patriots, tuo Chilian Aliuister.
Attorney Gen. Evarts ha decided
that tho tenure of CommisAioner Rollins
is good, and that gontlomau will remain
Too Agricultural Department has ap
pointed a commissioucr to investigate
tho eattlo plague.
Incendiaries huvo burned several
churches iu Surry county.
Tho Ghcsapeako & Ohio Railroad is
advertised to bo let to contractors from
Covington to lhi, (JreenbriHr Whit
Sulphur Spriugs. The great tuunel bus
been completed for acveral years, and
tho curs will be runaiug to tlio Springs
before June next.
The Norfolk Board of Tra J has called
the Bristol Couveu,:.on together nt Nor
folk, Va., on tho first Wednesday iu
At a Conservativi) we"!1
llicluiiond during iho latt
k it up
Uudieals nttemptcd to I,
Stoues were throws and s
fired. One negro was weunid,
Au cll'ori is beiiijj uiuile in I'en-kitig-
hatn cnunty to have a bi.in
built from Farmvillo on tlie
Railroad along Iho bed of the eid plank
Littlo of importaneo has bun douo
in tho lAgisUii.re. Tho (jevenor seeks
to throw the responsibility tali;ug
cut tin; militia upon the L-4lauro,
whi'e the Iegula.tur, n tuicA vi.-hts
to throw tho responsibility upon tho
Governor. Yet, it is plain to be soon
that both arc anxious to have tho militia
called out. The object is to create a
disturbance, and thereby inflsmo the
Northern people and mako votes for
Brownlow has appointed the " Union
Pilot," a Republican paper to ba estab
lished at Philadelphia, Monroo county.
Tenn., an official organ for tho publica
tion of legal notices.
Resolutions of respect to tho late
Thadduus Stevens wero passed by tho
Mr. Thornburg introduood a bill in
tho House, authorizing tho Governor to
" organize, equip and call into active
service, at his discretion, a volunteer
force, to be known as tho 'Slate Guards,' "
composed of ono or tuoro loyal regiments
from each Congressional District of tho
Stito. The men composing thcs'3 regi
ments to bo required to tako the frari
chiso oath. Tbis bill passed its first
A joint resolution prohibiting the
Comptroller from issuing bis warrant
for the payment of any of tho railroad
receivers, until they havo made a full
settlement with the State, was passed.
(1 ION Kit A L.
Tho Alabama Legislature, in accord
ance with tho recommendation of its
Governor, enfranchised ull the white
men in the State, and then passed a bill
depriviug tho people of tho right of
choosing Presidential electors and aU
tempted to usurp this privilege. Gov.
Smith, who proves himself a wiser and
better man than was supposed, vetoed
tho bill. As the Legislature does not
meet until the day before the election,
they caunot puss it over his veto in timo
Tho Democratic majority in Kentucky
is 90,000, being a clear gain of nearly
Montana has gone Demoeratio by a
The Governor of Snu'h Carolina has
vetoed several Radical bills.
Tho cattle plague continues in the
Roverdy Johuson has arrived in Eng
land. , President Johnson supports Seymour
A colored Conservative club has been
organized in Petersburg, Va., with Geo.
Washington fur president.
Tlit Democratic Xoittlnatloia.
M SKYHOOK'S LLTTKB OP ACCKrTANCK.
UE SNlORStS KVKKV l'LANK IN TlIK DKMO-
Ctica, August 4, 1868.
GltXTftfUts When in tho city ut' Mew
York nil In llth uliiino, in thu presence of
a vast inuUt ude, ou behalf 01 the National
Druiocratifl .Convention juil tcudered to 1110
its unaniniotj nomination us ihu candiduie
for the i lliji of I'lCMdciit of tlio United
States, I 8iuld I )id no words " adoiiute
to express ni; gratitude for tho kiudtiem
and good will finch that body lias shown
me." Us norui.i&tton was unsought and un
expected. It w e niy ambition to take an
acliee part, liein wuich 1 uui now excluded,
iu tho preat btriiylo going on lor the lO.ito
raliou of good government, of pi'tteo and
prosperity to our t .untry, but I havo tieon
emitil up by the overwiiuliu.i.g tido vvhu li
is bearing us on to a great political clung",
and 1 ttuu myselt Uiuliio to lesiM us piec
sure. Y'o.i have also given mo a copy of tho res.
oliilioiu put tm ili by tho Convention, show,
ing its po.-iiions upon ad the gri at ijuosiions
which now anilato tho country. As the
presiding officer of thai couveunoti, I 1.111
familiar with their scope aud import. They
aio In accord with my views, aud I suud
opou ibeiu Iu tho coulost upou which wuare
now entering, and I shall strive to carry
them out in my future wherever I may he
placed, in political or privat life, 1 thou
staled that I would tend you these words of
Inrin- I son uu reason main rellectton
change or qualify the terms of my approval
of tbo resolutions ol Ule Convention.
1 have delayed thu more formal act
communicating to you IU writing what 1
then publicly said for the purpose of seeing
what liitht the action of Congress Would
i.iruw t,po ,uu llc es.s . too J -
lie act. since the udj .uromuut of 11.0 con.
vvuimu miuw au uiai iu lUai a uii.iih 01 o r
litlcal power will give to tho people w.ai
they ought to have a clear klatei lent tf
wlial has been ibuiu with umiiey diuwo futn
I In to (baring tloi p.isi otblyoars. Tti iu..hu
fill muu tool that lhe.ro have been v. gs
iu tlio liiiaiieial munsgement which Javu
lieeit kept Iroiu the ptihlto kuowlndgi'. The
Couressioual power has not only ai led il
soll with military powor which is to in ntijOil
to bear directly ujioii iho elections in mtuy
Slates, but amj hol.ls itself iu pirpeliul
session, w tlh tho avowed purposn d UuK.
ing such law a ii shall tee lib in view ol
thu elections wIolIi wilt tuke plac w itlilu a
lew weeks. Ii. did not, therefore, adjjiiru,
loll took a recess, I 1 Itiuet a. on it lis pat.
tisatl ii.ti reals shall ileuund IU re.asseui.
btiiig. Never beloru 111 1)10 hi.iery f our
couutry has Congress Ihits takee a i.n tmc
ing alttlii lo towards its elector.. Under
ita iiitlu tneo, sou.e of tho Stalls organised
by its sgeii1 aio proposing .fdipnv tho
pcoptu ol Ilia ng 11 lo vo'e for I'lisideii'-Uil
i.Li.inr. nii.1 ii.m lir.t lml.i .(.I. are taKco
In lies r. IV III. I IlL'tllut soltril . It is Hot
atralii, llieroloie, thai liii.il tf-'l '"oil sue
iu ucli scliou the pi oof nidi inure is with
these whohhapH tlie policy '' tho Kvpubli.
can paity molivea li onger rf"l deeper than
lhtf uiero wish 10 bold me political power,
that there ia s Ulead ol exposure
which drives them 011 u cu o desperate
ami to liupolliic. Many l H' "''. lead
via au I j nurnals of tbe llopubiicin Lriy
have openly openly deplored tho violence of
Congressional action and its tendency to
keep up discoid in our country. The great
Interests of our Union demand peace, order,
and a return thoso Industrial pursuits, w ith,
out which we cannot maintain the faith or
homrofour government. Tho minds of
buaines men are poiplexed by uncertain
ties. The hours of toil of our laborers are
lengthened by the costs of living made by
tho direct and Indirect enactions Our poo.
plu are harassed by the heavy nnd Ircqutni
demands of the tax-gatberer. Withoiu dis
tiuction of party, there is a ntrong feeling
la favor of that line of action which ehnll
restore order aud confidence, and shall lift
the burdens which now binder und vex the
industry of the country. Y et ot this tno.
merit thoso in power hnvo thrown in tho
Senato chamber ami Congressional hall new
elements of ribcord and violi ore ; inwo bav
hot 11 admitted as ivpresen'allves of somu o(
the Southern SlH'e.s wiih tho Irclaratinu
upon their lips that t hey cannot live in I lt.
Slates they claim to represent without mili
tary protection. TIipsb men fru to make
hiws lor the M irlli as well as the S nuli.
These men who a lew H iys siren weresech
Ug s.s S'lppli mis t hut Cnnpr s would ij've
thorn power within their vesnnctive S ales,
are to-day tlio msslers and rriitroll. ia ol
tho actions of those bodies. Entering t em
with minds filled with pnssinrx, their first
liemands ivc been that Cmipr. js 1I1..H look
upon the Stales from wh'ch tliey canio as in
conditions of eivil war ; that, t lie mrjority ol
their pr.i.ulntit ns, en tiraolng Heir inelli
?ence, shall bo ticat"d as public .ictiiies ;
that, miliiary forces hcll bo kept up et the
cietof tho people of the North, mid that
there shall be no ponce and order at the
South save that which ia mads by urbilrary
power. I'.very intelligent man knows llul
these men owe there, seats iu C i gre.-s to
1 tie disorder at the houtn. tvery man
knows that they not only owe their present
positions to disorder, but that tvery motive
i-ptiriging from a lovo of power, of snln.el'u
ne8ire tor vengeance, prompts ilieni to
keep tho South in anaichy, V Idle tl.utex
ists they aro indepi ndenl of ihcir lellow.
citizens. While conluaiou leigns they arc
the dii-petiert of the protits and honors
which grow out of a government of mere
forces. These men are now placed ia posi
tions where they can not niy urgo their
views of policy, but where they csu enforce
them. When others shall ho admitted in
this manner liom the remiiuinn Southern
Stales, allliotigli they will lavo in truth no
constituents, they will huvo more power iu
tho Senate thin a majority of ti.o people, of
Ilia Union, living m nine of tho great
Slates. In vain the wise.t members of the
ItepubPcan pary protest id inatnsl iho pol
ler that led to this result.' While the chiefs
ot tho late rebellion have quietly submitted
in the re'Miii of the war. nod uro now en
gnged in the usual pimuiis lnr the support
of ihion.se Ives and their families, im.l aru
trying by ti rce ot their example to lead tho
people 01 the South to tho order ami indus
try es.-t l.tlal to their Well bell y, but to the
.leatiii ss nnd piosperity of our common
coi'.n'iy, we seo that thoso who, without
ability or intiie cco, I,vh been thrown by the
aciiators of eivil ci ii'iil i n u lo positions of
hoi or and profit, sre strlvli i; to keep eliv.j
tho pas.-lons In .Vo U tlifj oo tt.i ir 1 i-.'Vn.
lion, und they clamorously iioist that tiny
are the ouiyjtritjnds of our Cid m a Ui Ion
that can only havo a sure I'otai lation in tia
trrual l eg ltd, and a common desire to pr )
mole peace, the order, ml the bnppiiieas
of ull sections of our lantl. Uveuts iu Con
gress since tho ad.i.iuriiuiont of tho conven
tion have vastly increased the iuipoi tanco
of a political victory by those who are seek,
inc 10 bring back tcouomy, simplicity ond
justice in the mliuinisii ation of our national
ull.nis. Many liepuiillcans nvu lieteloioro
clung tothoir forty who havo rcfretted thu
extremes of violenco to which it lias run.
They have cherished a laith that while the
aciiou of their politic nl fi lends has beeu
ntistukcn, their motives have been good.
They must now see tlittt tho Republican
pany is in that condition that it cannot car.
ry out a wiso and peaceful policy, whatever
its motives uiuy be. It is a mislortiiuo not
oniy to the country, but to a governing par.
ty Itself when its action is unchecked by
any form of opl os.tion. H has been tho
inisforiiiu' of tho Kepublicun partv that, the
events tf lliepasl few years bae given k s )
much power mat it lias hen aide in shackle
tho oxecu ive.to trammel tho judiciary Bti'l
10 carry 1 nt the views of tho no si, unwise
ant vlol-nt of its mertibeis. When llis
state of things exists in any pony, it has
ever been found that the sulu r jti.lgnionts
of its n'.ili S' leaders do not control. J'licre
is had ly an able man who belied to build
up the Uepublicun 1 lyaniz ition, who has
not within the psst llaee jears warned it
gatnt us oxe ses ; ho h is not been hi 1 no
down nd lorreii t" pive up his ci iivic.tious
of v.h it the ii t r'Sis ot tt count ry ( ailed
for; or If to patriotic, ton do this, who hns
mil been driven In in its r.iit'ts. li this la.s
been tho cas here'o.o: e, wln.t will be Us
actcn now itn this new lutnsiuii of no 11,
who, witliont n decent rt spent for tbo views
of tiioso who had given tiieni tin ir positions
bej m tlieir legisluiivo career with calls lor
am s, demauds that Ihure States shall be re.
girded as in a coudition of civil war, and
w '.h a deciai slioii that they are ready and
a' xious to degrade the l'residont of thu
United States whenever they can persuade
ur force CoiigiOs to bring forward uew ar.
tides of impeachment. The Kopiiblicun
:pirly, as well as we, are interested iu put
10 . . :. . . . . 1
ting aome check on this violence. It must
be clear to every thinking man that a divis
ion ol political power tends to check the
violence of party aotion, and to aspire the
peace and good order of society, Tho elec
tion of a Doiuocrotle Executive and a ma.
!. ,ti,. O' ll.imiu.r.itli. tnoi.t hot ti flu. tlollsi.
rof U-..,r,(,,lUtives would not give to thnl
....',.,, 1H ,,ow,.r t..mako sud.
dell and violent changes, but would serve
lo clieclt I host) extrciuo measures which
have been deplored by ibe best l ien of both
political org imz 11 ions. 1 no rcsii.t wotiiu
certainly b ud to that peaceful restoration
of tho Union and re.establisl Incut of lister,
n il relationship winch tho country desires.
I uut sure the best tin u of the Republican
party d 'ploro ns deeply us we tin tho spirit ol
lio ettcu siiinvii by tnose tecently admitted
to scats in Congi ess Irom tlio South. Thu
eoiidiilnn of civil war vibieh thev col lein.
plate inusr. bo abhorrent in evcty tii;ht
liiinkiti nun. I have no mere pei.-u.nil
wishes Inch misb a l my jti.V'rmi nt, in ro
l' 11 d to the .pen.' 11114 elect inn. No 'nan ho
mis welgtieit and inenKUi ed the duties of too
President of thu United Mules, ej.il fail to
b.i iiiiptvs-ed wnh tiie can i nod tops, ol
him v ho tiice.s its linn unls. I', is not tner-.
ly o ll. nil wtlli popnl ir curients wit tun' a
policy or purpose. On tho coun t y, while
out' Constitution gives just, w ghl 10 the
pit'iint will, its dtstingtrsiiii.g fivaiiire at llul
it o aa t protect u e n ;'i s ot nnuor In s.
Its C e.u l g.oi ii that ii puts reMrainia
up,, it power. It give torcn and lorin lo
those luaxlins and pttiieiples of riv.I Ltjeriy
for which Iho martyrs of freedom have
atruiled through ,ta. ll rticlara the
rigtn o tho eo, le to bo secure in their
persons, houses and papers afaiust unreas
onable. tcarcLt and aeiyures. That Con
ri shall U).lc 111 laws respecting an es
iablihu)rit of religion, oi-tho fretj exorciie
thoreof, or abridging the freedom of speech,
or of the press, or the right of tho people
to peiitiou for redress of gi if vanc a. It se
ciiK sihe light of speedy and putdic trial
by nti impartial jury.
No man can ngMtully enter noon tho du.
tie. of tint l'residoutial otlice unless he Is not
only willing to carry out the wishes of the
people, expressed in a constitutional way,
but is alto prepared to stand up lor tlie
iH,hts of minorities ; bo must bo ready to
uphold the freu exorciso of religion; be
must denounce measures which would
wrong personal or home rights or tho rcli.
giotis conscience of tho l.iunblest ciliceti of
the land, h must, maintain, without dis.
titicllon of creed or nationality, all the priv
iliires of American citizenship. The expe
rience of every public man who has been
laitbful to his trust leaches him thit no one
eta do thodntioB of tbo olliee of President
unless he is ready, not on y in undergo the
lalst hoods mid abiiu ot tlin bad, but to su:'.
fcr from tl.e censure of the i;o .il who arc
misled by pr jndicesaiid nitsri'pr"eniaiious.
There are no attractions In .-urb poiiiious,
wtueli deceiei) my judgment when I ssy
thai a great change is poito; on in the public,
mind. The mass of tlio lii uunlica'i party
are moiu llioin.l.titil, teiopeiato nnd iu-t I
Ihun they v.t re during the excitcmci't wiilf.ti j
Mtinded the progress and close of tlio civil
As the enoigy of tho Democratic party
sin it pa firm tin ir dcvothiu to ihoircmise.
a'ld not to their candidates, 1 nny with
piopneiy tpcak the tact that never in the
po.itical htMoiy of our country has the ac
lion of a liko lody been hail-d with sttcii
iiuivtrsal end wide t proud enthusiasm as
that which b is been shown iu relation to
it e position of the National Democratic
Convcnt'ou. Witii tins the caudaLles had
1101I1I1 g 10 do. Hit I Miy olt eis f those
named beeu selected, thisspiiit wo ildhave
beeu perbups more marited. Tho zeal and
ontrgy of c.ou eivative lllsaseprillg from a
dts ro to n aKe a change in tho political pol.
Icy, and fo 111 confidence that iln y can ctr
ly out their purpose, lit lit a laitlitlley are
si entlienod by tlie co-operation of Hie
great tmdy of thoso who served in tho Uu
1011 army and nuvy during tho war.
Having given neuily sixtoen thousand
coniiniti on In officers in that army, 1 know
their views and wishes. They demand Uu
loo, lor which they fought. The largest
meeting of these gillant soldiers which ev
er Asst milled was bel. I in New York, an 1
endorsed tho actionol thu National Cenveii.
tlou ill words instinct, Willi meanl'ig. They
called on tho government In stop 11s policy
ol bate, disorder ami disunion, nnd in tonus
of fervid elo(Uotieo demanded a restoration
of tho rights ami liberties of the American
people. Win 11 triern is such accord betvvei 11
tliosu who proved themselves brave ami self.
Mierilietiig in w ar and those who are tbntuht
fitl and patriotic in council, 1 cannot doubt
we kliair&'iiti it polittenl triumph which will
restore our Union, bring Imck. pvaeu and
prosperity to our land, and will give Us once
more thu blessings 01 a wise, economical
and honest government.
1 am, geuilemaij, truly yours, &e.,
To (rflitrtll (x.
H'. Murynn und othets, com-
PETAILKl) AC'eOCNT OK TUB CLOKIN'U St'KXl'S.
The Washington i.'.-iirc furnislies some
particulars of the illness and last moments
of Hon. Thaddetn Slovens, whoso death, at
12 o'clock on Tuesday nig'it, has been an
nounced. Mr. Stevens bad been ill for some
time, und on Sunday lust had a relapse, and
gradually grew weaker until death termi
nated his earthly career. On Tuesday his
residcuce was visited by many of bis politi
cal and personal friends, and about 4 o'clock
iu tlie afleruuou Simon Stevens, a relative
of the deceased, returned to the house, after
a business visit lo Attorney Ccoeral Kvurts
and sitting by the side of tlie dying man
conversed with him tor nearly au hour, be
showing more aniinntiuu than lo." several
days previous :
Air. Simon Stevens informed him that he
had just tell Mr. Evans, and that lliu latter
Lad iiifot uievl l im of lliu purport of his opin
ion ou the Unbi'u'.s case, ami lual it was iu
1 fleet that Kollins' res in nation could not bo
accepted, etc. To this .Mr. Slovons replied :
" I tn lievi) Mr. Evarts is not only n annul
lawyer, hut a statesman, w lio will ad'.iso tne
ricsiuenl so to act, us tn ad iiiinist.er tho laws
111 u maule r that 1,1 avoid the necessity of
Congress me til g in Seplciimer. It lio does
(t 0 cniiliuiieil) 1 shiill feci pi'oiider tuuc,
ever that I urged bii (Kvart't) couth ma
lion." Mr. Simon Stevens said that he bad met
Gen. Kosceruns, ami mat tho latter had
spoken of Ataiison Stevens (nephew ol
l uaddem) who was Killed at Ut.ickamaiftta.
Ttiaddiuis looked up and Mulling said;
"Ho was a bravo boy, 1 like Ko.-ccihus.
I hope Mr. Seward's Instructions to Gun.
Koseerans, will be such as will tend to build
and strengthen that tottering sisler Kepuh
lic," (tnoauiug Mexico.)
lie spoke several limes of bia going to bis
home in Lancaster, aud had no idea mat his
etui wus so near itt band, lie aaid to bia
relativu : " 1 believe Grant will In) elected,
aud that bo will carry uut the gioal teeou
sti Helton laws."
11 s lelativo told him about Murristey
betting 011 Seymour. He replied : " I like
mm lor his pluck."
lie ppuko of the political prospect in
I'i'i.iisj Hania several times, an I s.ml ihat
the g oat iialioual qiiesttoiis now were : 'ie.
ctios, nuui.t.a aud the railway ujs-
Ho then conversed with Kov. Dr
us, ami Ida
Mrs, Smith, his Uepliew Tu t hie
tiouy-sei vaui, i.ew is iv est. Isouo ot Ins re
in iksto these turo speclaiiy noticeable,
.save onu tn ins nephew, to wi 1 Im said,
" We'd have a nice trip limno ; I'll visit tho
foumliy eilii you, p.'ih.ip-," and smilud, us
if ho I. new I Ho jinpoo, iDiluy 01 tho sugijea
tioii. At five o'clock Lr, N, Y'oting visited hiui,
ami said he uiu-i ul lie laig.e,t witu tuik-
ing, anu prniiotiDcia inui Iu a smsing cna
lie w as constantly earing pi, cea ol
tec, and uppea ed as tl au mwaid levi r was
consuming Ids veals. t In 11 me ice incited j
lit Ills iui 11 Ii be Mould leach oi.l his bin I 1
tor uiuie, an 1 append lo enjoy tho reiiel
all uded by IijIiia. fanned.
Auniit seveu o'clock two colored minis.
. i .. ti 11. ,1 1 ,1 . . . 1
ou, tii. .'I. 1..11 aim nut. Air. lined,
(eoihof the loael Methodist Church,) ar
tived aud requested periuis. lou to ueu Mr.
Kuveiia aud lo play with dim. When asked
I limy should d i ao he aiihj, 'On jef."
These colored niinisteia theu eniend his
t d.c.liam'ier and approached tbo bidside.
Ho looked toward liieui, nodded bis bead
and smiled. Kev. Mr. Hail suid, "Mr.
Stevens, you bave tho prayer, ol all the
colore,! p'.'oplo lu the country." IJa ajtln
nodded bis head. Thry then prayed at his
bedside unntil 8 o'clock, when they retired.
About ) o'clock Dr. Y'ocng strain colli d
and had a bib f interview with his putient.
The doctor announced him dying, aud an
told loin. Mr. Stevens looked at him, nod
ded his head, but mide no rfp'y. Pr, Y'ounB
Informed tlie household that bis patent
wonid in all probability die before nns-nine.
Sisters Iirulta and Genovlevo, of Provl.
donee Hospital, came in and at once pro
ceeded tn read the piayera f r thn depaning
soul. In tho meantime Mr, Steven, lav
quietly on the bed, ami wheu asked by bis
relatives would say " Y'es " or " No " quite
distinctively. Tho sisters desired to pet
form tbo baptismal rite, and tin objecting
being made, Sister Inri el ta pi formed the
ceremonies in an impressive manner.
At 11 o'clock it was observed that, he
opened and closet! his eyes with a nervous
twitching, but still appeared conscious, ami
si ill continued to tgwaliow tlio small pieces
of lee that were placed ill his mouth.
There were in tlie room nt this time the
two Sisters of Cli 'tiiv, S limn Steven",
I'ha iileun Stevens, Jr., Mrs. Sod b, Mr. .1.
Scott l'.t'tersoii, of the Interior Departmerji,
liis liody servant, Lewis West, his couchiu ir,
John Cciihtis, and several of the house ser
vants. Simon Slevor.'S sat upon tho test
fur.. ing hiui, yoiifif Tnaltlens stno.t by the
bedside holding his hai rl, '.is. Smiitl knea!t
at tbo tool of the bed, wmbithj S siois, usu
kneeling, eontiuue I in veal the praters lir
a depttriiiig s oil. The tervants were kneel
,tig in vutions iibrts of the room. About wu
iiiiutites let'ite It o'clock it was evident
that the time of oissoltitlnii was n'jth. His
breathing was hard ; he look 110 more lee,
and li s eyes Were closed. Hy a nnie.piueo
in tlie rn.nn it was just lliteu minutes past
12 o'clock wheu ir. Sminn Suiveus ex
claimed. " lie is dead '. "
Tlie Sisters of Charity at onco cotrim"nerd
to recito t'10 prayers for the dead, whit"
those in ,ihe room remained, Mrs. Smith
an t Simon and young Thaddeus being much
iill' cted wilh grief at the loss of iht-ir best
One of the most .Important feature, of the
death bed scene it what, ni.y be clirunich d
as the greui coiuiiiouer's last woids. At 1 1
o'clock Mrs. Smith said tohlni t "What can
I do for you f" Ha replied, "Nothing io
tne worm r '
Although it, was at the dead hnir of night,
it was but a short time befoie the neweof
tbo event was known at the newspaper and
teleni'itpli cilices, and with too morning's
dawn tho news hn-l dniihthtss reached every
sect inn of this ccuii'i 1 , and been lli.li.'d
across the broad Atlimicto ibe Oni World
rinreon tu ueral I, h ums detailed huiguou
E. I' . Salliiit, of the Medical Musei.ui, to
emb.iliti llie hotly iitil prepare It for inter.
nient, aim at, I'l o'clock this inomiug tl.e
Doctor lisii lituslied his Utinis.
The ppoarai).'i of ll e f'soe tttls morning,
after bemj: oiniialmed, w.ia lint slightly
chatig"d. There were seror.il ibii li spots on
t he nccl;, while the blood appear d ti seti le
tn some ex'eut i i his hands. His face is
quite iliiri, Ins eyes lire olnnnl, wlnlo both
tijii Is me Itilly op'-n, evidotuly proviuJ that
ho did nut sull'cr much physical agony, save
und except the agonies 1,1 death.' He
no lam out inn sint ot Idack tlio same
manner iu which ho usually ppi:o,rj d iu the
1,,'iuuel Williams, tb, undert.iUer has pie
pared a roseanu l eoilin, adorned Willi silver
tiniidles and silver mminiings, uu i ptiod wit h
whito satin. I he silver plate upon tlio codl
bears the following iii.ciitiiion :
"Thaddeus Stevens. Dorn the 4th of
April, 1752. D.ed the llili of August, I.Slii."
in tins tlio remains will lie placed, am:
then, when conveyed to I'etin-j Ivania, it
win oe enclosed in a metallic box.
THE ARCHETYPE RADICAL.
Htttler Osst'clctl mil Described
by lovlcv,uf Ictthvmtcv.
The following In the concliisinu cf M
Fowler's defense in the Senate against But
ler's cbaign, that corrupt means had been
employed to secuio his vote sgainst im
peachraent. It is the last of a long speech
ami tommy severe as 11 is, it is uot worae
Ihun what precede, it :
tiik inkamoph ( ut nan no. 2H.
IlKAmji AitruH Dm-autmknt ok Gi.i.f,
Nkw Uhi.ka.nh, May 15. As oflicers and
soldieia of tlio United Stales have beeu
subjected to repented Insubs from women
callin;; ihemsolves ladies of New Orleans,
ill toiiiiu lor the most scrupulous iwu-iuier.
loicnce and courtesy on our part, it is order
ed bereul'ier wheu any female shall, by mere
gesture or movement. Intuit or show con
tempt for any officers or soldiers of the
United S'tttes, b in shall bo regarded and
hold liable to ho 1 1 t itu.it as us woman tbnil
town pljing her Vocation.
i.y command ot Ma, Gen. Iltttler,
'j coiiuk C Siiitivi, A. A. G.
In till the i-iitriiges an 1 crut lib s of this
(earl til colitis:, 1 venture the asseiliou that,
nothing 1 an bo I mud so dishonorable ns the
above. O tier men commit ted acts of cm
city so startling us in cause humanity te'
shudder, but Ibis abandoned assaur Uu
tho vlituo of the women of Now t)rlons
appals all who dare Ion t ita dspravi.
This order was issued u,oii too rivbil
provocation given by anmiofthe eSriojst
womeu of tha Sotitli to show their O'Voiiou
to the cause they bad eapouaed Well all
thoir hears, and lor wtilch they wepi will
ing to saeriiiee all that they held Var on
earth. This devotion, although etrotie uu,
only t-levalid these women In the mild, of
all noble olliuurs ni l soldier, In the Union
army. It riidca.-od tl.etn the m ae as imer.
lean woiacu, al'.buiieli in il,e wto iu still
t most and laitbful to wli.tt ihey b.liev!!!
t i"r sacred caiisn. This m ister iu tie arts
01 jlephistnphilns, struck homo atlllielr
honciiy und their ,irluet It was not n do.
tail lou in Hi t wliolssale. He comiiitiided
ts sr'uy lo loir f.nti tlndrwuiU all rispei t
tor llie virtun and purity of woman, jl was
assault agaiust tiai ix. Ii shin s out
f.o moiiiitiiunt of depravity, sitblima In its
out airociiy. ijot in.) civil. zjd wnrltl read
it, and let one man attempt to apnliir tn l.ir
H, or to mttuato Its wnrai thiu bi irous
-pnil, if be dans. It I .is alreuuy met
ainni g all ciili..d persoiisnis ut Citidetu.
l"f.,ti'oii. It is lolly in suv 1 II it ibe I1J11 who
j was trading wilh the enemy was lie lei tn
I th.i by any muss of respect If his llici i s,
I his soblivi s, or (ns country. I ' wis mid t .
i . . . .1 .... 1 . 1. 1 1
1 venj.e lor uiortiu to vatmy. 1 ma ni 10 wts
I met wiih (iesi.t ved contenipl, and he s oiighi
liis revenKe nnd used his power I t Hi .1 p,,-.
po-e. If, a.'ier read up Older No, ;h, there
are any men llitt woatd credit a ,;, ihai
itsuiibei wouid say 011 any anl ) ,;ti - o
u it euvy-llieiu llietr di'l o.itlon.
I have mriil lone 1 only a io o, m, Cn 1
litctel wittt this individual,
are lull of his attneoiis. ll
1 1 ri-conU
wt not it, v
wish to assail. I soutit not tltia omln
It was prepared fur tne, and I r,.i, I, ,,,
avoid it ; hence I will On lin mora thou
del in picp. 1. -1 h.ive loo.-.t throuti t,,
many teaia i.f I onest ci ct In Miller mj
repuiaii in to be aspersed without an ill 11
to vindicate It. 1 ahull not aea niyst-lf
stricken down In passive submission to a
being bloated by bis ou corrupt and dia.
Inn . nubia pusidou. Naluio says it it so.
S;jo tins stampe l her iuipnssupon him. He
latbo list ant highest expression of treach- .
ery aud unudajuy taut bus made its pres.
I shail not further tut rut 0 this theme. I
will trust my action 011 the trUI to the Just
judgment ut toy countrymen, conscious
Hint I io'V will dj ampin justice lo motives,
aud that Ihev will lidlat ample chastise.
manl upon the wicked meu who sought to
feat, the cuds ol iiistiee ana couveil ido
Senate of tho Uuiiod Slates into a political
guillotine. 1 hive but one wish on the sub-
jeot, and tl ai ia the hiiruiony and peace of.
my countty and the prtseivalion ot Ita in.
SMlutious. " Ttieso, 1 cannot but believe,
wero ei (Unnered by the uuhallowed etl'orl
111 tdo tn overawe and coerce thu judgment
01 S n ttora.
In less than ten years the returning sense
f justice of my countrymen will expunge
1110 articles ot impeaetiiiieut irotu tne Jour
nals of ibe House. IVaiinn, ambition snd
el'geanec cannot long 11 llatne the masses
t nu n. To tl cir son mn and revered de
cision I will siihin t with the sauic cheeiful.
m .s that. I nave been accustomed to uieel
ull the it n lies of lite.
IUvo'tt in tne. 1'ciium.ica I'oiitrn-
The Nsa iville U11011 says a revolt occur,
d ht'l We(it stiini-g tne coeVicis In tho
leiuiessee re'diei.tiui). As the 1'eutteu-
tiary b.eukl ft bell Was rung, und the cell
dnois of n o convicts unloestd lor their
grcss, III the hurry tlio guards did not no
tice tho auseiH'u ol three, ol tne worst char,
nciers, and marched the remainder of tho
prisoners into iho dining room. Ttio pris
oiiots commuted wlih llo. movement wero
J 1 11". Davis, a buigiar, impi i-oned lor lou
years; Ctiailes bheitrs, nuiiiuiy prisrner
aud ta tl spuiaie ctiaiuter, Out Willi out
six or '-'ifcln. mouths mure to serve; Allen,
tbe luur oiler ol Jack Kenuuliy in JSashvtlle,
some two yeaia ago, and conli'iod o r 10b.
oiu D. u cuter, hq., 1 si winter; "lso
,11 111 1 is," llie laney lioite lllell " aud slip-
po.t d pal in l; 11, 1 111 llie l.u joenvilie tt inK
ronb.ir, und aiiiKlor couv et Uuiu.d Sulll
vnu. W hile l no guaras, with llie exrep
tiou ol ono iu iuu )uid and 0110 iu thu oliiur,
wero 111 the.diuing-ioom witli the prisoners,
ihcso sot uudrels, who had seemed them.
svives boiiu.tli their buuks, came out noise
Itssiy, and, wtmed with auai pu.i Ul.-d shoe
knives, gtotiml down to a jxiint, coiitronted
W i.tiott, tuo wu g lender ol the west wing,
who also is a notorious Kist Tennessee mur
derer, Imprisoned lor lite, one of tho primo
ino-iis lu tlio liutuin ol Hie cast wing,
Hi ol June, but now one of iho "irusiys,"
promoted on account of favoritism. These
lellows ordered Wnlioil tn enter a cell. Ho
otn yed, aud was imuit (liately lasted iu.
Ahull was h fl tn guard him, and Wilboit
su)s, told him, "sliould be giuut would kill
him." The other loHr -asoended iho top
of tlie I oir tiers of culls, and commenced
1 111 inuni y curving with imir kmvt-aa bob)
lliroiigli the ceiling out mi thn prison ruof,
from whence they expected to lower them
selves to tho grouud, huving previously pre
pared themselves wnh a lope. The lolllid
no.su at'racto'l the aituntion of Siroiher con.
viel luiuied Hood, who has also been pi O.
mowd 1.1 "ini( tendet" of the east wing,
as a kii.d of reci mpen for tho extreme
hrevily of in years lor bnise stealitif.
11 o t came to, hi d, of c uirse, he loo wss
pushed into a cell and hct-el up. 'Tho
"oiiikets'' then went back and c unmencod
their work, which at this timu became so'
luitd and turions as to reach the ears of Mr.
Gibsou ono 1 f the guurds ; he hastened
across tho court yam ami into tho door,
wheu bo was met by tho live villains with
draw n knives coming toward him with men
aucing looks. Drawing his levolver; he or
dered them to bait and return to thoir cells,
which liny, i f cotiisc, obeyed; and be lid
lowed Hint locked tin 111 iu. lie then re
leased Wtlholt and I! noil.
A ItAn cAL J11101.K Fon.s.u. To the des.
pel ale deieiminatiou to secure t he electoral
voto of tho SnntliiTu States for Giant ond
Colfax, the Kid Tula I avo bit upon thu ex
peilieut of taaing the t lec.iou out of tho
hands ol the voters, and it ia already iu con
templation In several of these Stales to have
the electors 'pointed by the ( (invenliclea
of ctrpei-bagt-eis and negroes dignlllcd with
the name 01 Legislations, lim this adroit
scheme meets with an insurmountable con
stitutional obstacle, ami tbo "engineers are
hoisted wtth their own petard."
'1 iie fourteenth at tic e of the C uitltu'iion,
jtist declared Valid aud binding, says :
"When tl.e right to into at any election
for llie choice ol electors for I'resideiit and
Vice President of the United Status, Rep.
resentatives In Congress, the Kxecutive
and judicial olllcors of a State, or the mom.
hers of tho I egislatuto thereof is denied to
uny of Hid m ile iiihuhitauts of cuch Stale,
being I "tiij -one j ear sot ags and oilmen,
of tn't! tl idled Stains, or any way abridged,
1 xc.ef t lor participation Iu rebellion or oth
er mini", the basis ol i'preseuiaiioii therein
sjrad bo led nod lu ihe ptoponloii which
(he iiiiui'ier of bitch mule i;iliiis shall bear
lo the whole iiu.nin r of male cti. ui, twen.
ty-onu years ol age in such State,"
It Is lield that, llielirst so lite lice of t hi ,
article liihinits S'ato LtGislatures from the
hi loimerly eni .yed under section first of
he second article, of us-nniing to appoint
l'rusldentinl electors, a, was Iho practice
in South Carolina prior to the war aud "10-
consli ucliou." ('itum i iJkn.
ClCVKRll. (illANT'S BimTHKIl Rn-fULI.
('ANSIS ClIII'Atlo OOINO mu Skvmoi'i, am
lil.Aia On 1 member of the Grant funiily
was uot I rolled out, at the Chicago Radical
Conventl n. Thm km 'X't'lc . Gcan? Eitj.," 1
broth.r'f tie tltii'ial, and a prominent
aud resec:ed lileiehanl id Chicago, AI.
thoug ll smear ai hand a, to render bis pres
ence easily nb'ainsb'o, ho was ueiilocted,
and not allowed 10 render bis tribute to
bis g'eat br t 'i r's niiny nieiba. Tbe state of
the ease, as we understand it, Is Ihat Oi villo
Gi.nit r fuses tn vote for Ids brother, ronald.
ering him lit II , by hU character and habits,
tn 01 copy tlie Presidential chair; that bo
lately piesenled to. a clilcign ct.urch, of
which In is a member, tho turn of f.'idlj, and
to the Chiciigo D. unsMatic Club the auni
of SI, ().i().
A i leigynian who sncstcd to lliu that,
it tvntihl have. In en biltn tn reverse thoso
gilts was iinoimeii by Mr. Grant, la reply,
Ihat upon a careful C"'isidi raiion of ihu
slate ot the iiotintry and the tliaiseterof
tho two candidates, ha rather thought be
i-rtii to lu.v 1 clou-hind the present to the
Democratic Club I. H Is also sa'il that Mr.
G Ait", Ihe proprietor of llie Sherman 1 louse
at Chicago, who would have voted tbe Uo.
pontic ,11 ticket had unuthur candidate bacn
coin nmeit, is now lor Seym, u ', and willing
Ihti Ihi D .moeraiie Club., of Chicng nahould
lu.ku his cell brati d hotel their headquar
ters. Ann'her indication of the wty tho
ti le It suiting; in lint cpy wa, Ihe preieue.
ot tl .0 or six hiin lied U '.(publicans at tlie
S-viitniir 1 a.irlcallon mceiliifc In Chicago,
trim eheesed as lustily as any of the Demo,
trais. AubVuiol fr"'Vn:r.
To fclve brilliancy totlieeyis, a U u t llu-m.
early at niht and' cptn them rarly ia lio