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Eicanism vs Dsmscraoy.
i: TA.Vl'AYins" NTANM'OINT.
hut two :iys tn ;vi riil ifa
M x lietlii'r iintioii.'il. Slate or
llit (inc iri ti iay it, anil tin
nMiuli:iic i If tin- i-lt Ut
"1 tfll lunif-t wen ofi-vcry part)
Puliation, the lartr-r it is tin
llictaxts (It'inamii'il i! tli. ;-
it. for it iiiuM lie jiaiil ili-
n-ci;! taxation. All will tnltiii!
o tliclic-t intern-! of the t;ix
iipii-t tliiit jim-ly wli'rli -mII
; li 11:11 m-i:) 1 intcrc-N of the j -
!m -I him .int Ti iiivi:ui:i
I tin' ffiv.it jiartii-- to tlii-- ic-i
n t :i 1 11 1 1 we may i-i'in;:u' 1 w o
Ills. oii tidiiiiiii-ti'ivil ::ml -tm-
liivlx h the Ki'iiiililiinii iarty.
Ihi'i- runt rolled e.elu-:vely liv
lie of the uio-t ultra I.Vnuhli-
1 ami i- the best ununified Stale
tin the I'nion. Ilerdelit .J.-iuii-
17:2, Wil- :;OU,(M)0. which 1- le-s
other fijtiitt. Viririnia, i- in-
Iniooratic. ami ha-; the lai-fre.-t
Sit ate in the l iiion. it lieitifr
$I7,0;X),0j(). Afrain.Ne-.v 01k
verv head and front ol tlie
le ji.irty it i denioerairdouh-
. ruetilieu, puritied ami uuadal
ts mtiiiineiiial del it alone i
I one third llic d..'t of all die
the Union I'tit tocrftther. The
lebtcdne.-s of all tlie Stat--; is
17, more than one half of which
mlheni Stalls. TheSoulhcin
deniocratie. and wen; at the
Ijjidelitediiess v.a contracted.
fin State-havehecn UciiilHeaii
r:md although the wealth anil
1 of llie Northern State? are al-
doti'ile tho-e of the Sot he ni
id their lillMie improvements
those of the Soiithcrii Mates.
inhlic indebtedness is not near
that of the Southern Staie.
dcr'ni" of the public nea-uiy
ti millions of debt on the tax
aboriiifr man by the Democrat -
1 Xnv York ('it v. i but a un
it, you may expect from that
the nation, and in every Mate
y fret in power,
iinon the taxpayer and lione-t
man to stop and rellect a 1110-
II the facts above Mated, ami tie-m-elf
which party he will Mtp-
ere i- no political excitement
I warp and sway the mind.- and
of 1 he people. Every man can
(I ealnfly look over the whole
d cho-c ibrliiiii-eli ehoo-e be-
liublican economy andlifrht ta-
v York Democracy and hifrh
- r 1 JT -1 . -
till iua33 iu.euuii au mo
House St. Joseph Mo.
ptTdaj Hightct- 11.
Speeches by Judfre P:r-
Icfl" Chaiidler, anil Major
1 Differences to be Forgotten
.ho Republican to go into
Ition with an Unbroken
Report ortbc Proceeding.
tirdav ni-'ht the IJepnblican? of
Ih and vicinity, held a grand
Iting at the New Court House.
liiifr was held in response tea
llv signed by Mayor Severance,
of the Liberal Kepiiblicaii
le, and Hon. W. Z. Hansom,
1 of the Itcimpli-an Conimittee,
lill Kcmiblicatis, irrespective of
Iciouces, to assemble ami give
hi to their iv in regard to the
re-union of the parly. Long
lie hour apiiomtcd, llie court
tliroiiired. the lending men of
Igs-of the party being present.
tj'clock Mayor severance, Uliair
c Liberal Hep"1'1''"111 Conven
ed tie meeting to order. He
it the ..-jr.'l Jiad been made in
rivra du-ii'ed and unnii-takable
li of .rltc-xiGu-s of the I'cpuMi-
L-.TosCifo oil reiniril lottieiiro-
ww of the party in Missouri.
liaiw shall tl'o llfpiibhcan-of
fea.ve two or oi-e Htate ('ominit-
.i3 a Liberal lt-publican. could
liv reason that the Kcpubiican
klisouii should lie longer divid-
,lSvd Hint -ill Uciitilii'-;iiiK in
should avoid lclcss bickerings
1 harmtmv avjIIi e.ich)ther and
hi.;.. ,.,,.,-,.,1 Mm! Hon. Y. '.
c tbechairman of the meeting,
on being iinaaimoiisdy airried,
0111 took the rhair wit!: a few
narks pertinent to the occasion.
4on of Maj. Drusihiller. Kheritr
Ihardon was requested to act as
Ition of Mavor Soverance, the
tioiutwl a nur.rnittco otlive, con
( ol. Severance.Col. Koch. Capt.
Itc".'Mr. Embroy (colorel)and
idler. Esj., to draft nvolution"-
lc of the sen-e f the meeting on
Liu, committee Mere alwnt to
he duties assigned Ihein, Hon. I.
L AL iy respini-e to rcjieated
fresscd the meeting,
l-kernaid it looked, whrn glanc-
Ilje political map, ?w if the. per
lue I;v Gov. lJrnwii in the last
I'lial iu Jess than two vears there
110 politiei.l division that all
IJcmililicani. :nidal Democrat-
llrcady eome to jiaSs. After
Ig-for ten Jong year, (he Denio
K'htis beeiHoinpIelelyti.-ed uji.
and nllire now i;eiublican-. The lead
ing Democratic iaper in the west ac
knowledge that the Democratic party
can new gain another victory, and ad-i-es
an immediate disbajidincnt.
In 'fiL the loyal men of the nation e'ni-'
phatieally d c'ared that the party that
traitorou-ly a-sailed the American llag
should nt v.-r ag'iin contrd the destinie
of the nation. 1 11 .Ijparty has ever since
Struggled hard for otlicc anil authority,
but at la-t it has gone by the board.
They are willing that tlieir cho-en lead
rs s nill be sacriliced and to take some
Republican who has fallen by the way
side as tlieir -tandard bearer. I5ut their
wv will not w in. no one is mi insane a
to 1 elicvcthal the p o;de 'will not look
he'i'iid the leader and examine into the
in- th-e- Ilia! promoted the strange selec
tion, den. I'.lair maintains that many
publican- will come out in fivorofthe
lie".-, I iciuocratic party, but in this is he
v ofuily uiistaken or knowingly misrepre--eii!..
The !!eiublicali party i- to-day
united, lrengll.ened, harmonious.
Whether Liberals or Illiberak the Re
publican -land- true to his party, The
iu-igi:ilicaiit diti'erences are past never
to return. There )-now 110 division and
Ih- party i- alike dear to al'. On the
.thcr ian.! t!i- Democratic party is bc
w 1 . .'cil a i. divided : tliev do not know
what to do whether to light under a
I; ui 'cratlc or a recusant Keublican.
They have tried every game, but without
'i.'v went before the count rv on the
-new depart ure,' and the people would
not believe them. A freeman has aright
to belong ! either party but not to re
main pa.-ive. or to assume faUe color-.
There is not a, Republican in a hundred
that will go over to the enemy. The
i;eii!r.:can papers throughout llie State
ami the many expressions of public .-en-tiinent
clearly fliows this. All ay4tliat
the Republicans mu,t .-tick togetlur. A
(iiu IIender-011 .-aid. if the two comuiit-tec-
will not unite, the people will force
them out of authority. The Republican
of Missouri will no longer allow bicker
ings in tlieir rank-'.
He referred to the great work the Re
publicans had done in Mi.-ouri ince
1SG4. We have since then gained 800,-
000 in population, a net -work of railroad
has been built and everx thing done to
increase the pro-perity of the State. The
people will take heed of the.-e great
changes made through Republican prin
ciples. Thoiii-ands of Democrats who
are neither dishonest nor fools, will ee
that their party has stultified it-elf, and
will join the party of truth and progre-.
All the young men will be with us, for
they have no liking for worthlce-s old
political fossils. All that must be done
is to place good men on the ticket anil
then place the is.-ue fairly and squarely
before the people. There is no need to
spy anything about unity unity and
harmony have already been declared. AVe
have only to declare to our fellow Repub
licans that the party in St. Jo-epb. and
Ruchanau county, and throughout the
Congre--ional District, is harmonious
The Committee on Resolutions through
their chairman, Mayor Severence, made
the following report, viz:
"V'iir.r.i:As: In the opinion of thi
meeting, the causes which led to the dis
ruption of the Republican party in the
. li:, : .... I..,i.r..i- ...Ill
otaiu 01 .ueMnu 1 im i'"s' , ......
AVliKltK.ss, "'e believe that the inter
ests of the whole country will be promo
ted by a re-union of all Republicans;
thercfre. be it
L'asoh-cil, That we a- member of ib
Republican party, earnestly recommi ml
to the two .State .'oiiiiii:!'.-;es to act in
n in -ill measure.- looking to tie' or
ganization of the party in the coining
canvass; ami we expre-s uie nope mm
they will adopt such m-si-ti.-e- us will.no!
onlv produce concert of action anion"
tlinnucK-i.s but consolidate the tiarlv
throughout the State; and to tiiat end
wo urge them to unite in a :i'l for the
next State convention of the party, and
we pledge our.-elves to abide the action
of said convention.
llcsolrcd, That the members of the
Liberal Republican State Commit tee, and
the members of the Remb'uan Stale
Committee from this Congrc ioual Dis
trict are hereby request ed .-o iit-e all their
eJI'ortsto bring about a union of the par
ty, and to unite in the call for the next
On motion of Major Albin. the r !u-
tion.s were imaniniou-ly tidopted as the
cxpre.-sioii of the Republican of St. Jo
seph. Jell'. Chandler, E-q., then re.-poiided to
loud and repeated calls.
After a few timely remarks by Maj.
Drumhiller; Col. (J. II. Koch was called
upon and briefly addressed the meeting,
lie said all had assembled for the pur
pose of fcuring harmony in the rank:
the purpose was accomplished, ami there
was no need for further speech making.
It was unanimously resolved that the
St. Joseph Dally Jferuld and all other
Kcpubiican papers in the Seventh Con
gressional District, and the .Missouri
lA'inucrat be requested to publish the
proceeding- of this meeting.
On motion the meeting was then ad
journed with hearty cheers lor the "re
constructed and reunited party.'
W. A. Prico fi'ivcs pounds
Stmnr for one dollar.
HEATH OF IHVIN F1MI.
Ve are pained to learn of the death of
Cnpt. Invix Ki.-ir, late SheritVof Ruchan
au Comity, which occurred at St. Jo-ejih
"on the J7th tilt, lie had resided in I'.uch-
jiikui County since'lfcoS. He volunteered
as .1 private, at the beginning of the war,
Iniltwas soon promoted to acaptaiucy.
CaptaiiM'i'di in lhGfi, was elected Sherilf
of Ritchaiiou County and served two
term:. His funeral was largely attended
bv hi. old friend-.
Sojie white men in Maine must he
mighty uncertain. One aspirant for the
Legislature received liny-three votes in the
caucus, and was notiiiurtcd. At the )m)11s'
he received thirty-one votes only, and was, de
feated. He isn't able to tee how the old
The Jffsnoim Democrat thus speakp of
Gen. F. P. Rlair's recent speech at Meint
A Demagogue's Appeal.
We wish we could uru charitably charac
terize the address of General Blair at Mont
gomery, which we publi-h this morning.
He depicts the Chicago di-aster, the plunder
ers that flocked thither, and the nation's
beneficence for thesuflerers. Then hesketch
csthe miseries of the South duringaiid in con
sequence of the war, and tells his auditors
that no such henefieiice was enlisted by her
unliapiiicss, while the rogues swarmed to rob
her of the little left to her. This stroke ae
complised the sjieaker's object, by capturing
hishearcs, to whom such a parallel implsed
everything they could wish in a political
champion, and all the more so because it
ignored that the south herself inflicted the
war. that it cursed the whole land, that the
nation furnished the victims, that Northern
honieswere desolated and Nortnern fortunes
wrecked in the struggle, and that the
nation's beneficence was exerted both during
aud after the war to assuage its horror, even
in the South. General Blair slanders bin
countrymen and falsifies history to win
Southern approval. He then opposes-, as a
politiean who is a Southern favorite should.
the advice of Wade Hampton aud others,
that the Southern Democrats ought not to
j.0 into the National Democratic Convention,
and his arguments herein are sound. The
South ought to go iu. Ilcnc.iin reject- fur
himself the new departure, but i williiej to
tike all the vote- it can brim: He piefer.- a
Republican nominee he say tin- hi-
p.irty, but 13 asainst "the pas-ive p-liey."
His view is that the Democratic convention
should name the "Republican'' and in this
does our Blair show uu-d cunning ; for only
thus could sueh a candidate 1iokj for any
thing like an elVective Democrat support.
Next docs the General wax magnanimous to
the citizens of foreign birth, predicting that
they will cast some half a million of votes
for his nominee. Sehurz commands the
profoundest homage uf Blair, and is pictured
as holding the German votes in the holluw
of his hand, to be given to the Democratic
candidate. That immaculate ersouago
proclaims him-elf an incorruptable Republ-
can, and Blaireuibraceshiuian unimpeachle
W. A. Pii'v Sells the Ixvjt Cott on
Yarn fo.t ?l,7f per Hair.
Horrors of Ku-Klimsm
A Tlntlicr nnd Usuebtcr Ntrlprd nm
WUIppetl Tlie lulilily Driven in tuc
AVoi.iU f.r ulieller A Truot Mitriiienl
TIuil 011 o.i'li Itt'furd lliu .l'nitcd Mute
Wh vitcz. rtironicle, Itthl
A Cnited States official lepurts, under date
of September H. 1S71, a serious of outrages
lierjiet rated inCliatnian county, North Carol
ina on -Mrs. Catharine Ferguson, and her
daughter (Sarah Jane Ferguson) thrct sons,
and a young man named Eli l'hillps.
This official, whoisof the most fearless aiVi
u-cfull in the service, at once proceeded to
investigate the mutters, and the result was
lie siccdily brought all the iarties to R.de'gh.
Miss Sarali Jane Ferguson. J1 je-irs of ai;e.
made an affidavit of the facts before .Mr.
Commissioner ShafTer. The official reform!
inquires, whieh served to corroborate the
girl's statement; The other five who weie
outraged when she was, stand ready to sus
tain her in her testimony
Miss Fcrgu-on swears that disguired men,
some of whom were known to her. vi-i:ed
her mother's house twice in December last
At the first visit tliev broke into tlie
house and took out two of her three brothets,
and whiplied them very badly. They cut
the blood from them. The family talked
about this outrage and the result was the
Ku-Klux made a second attack on the
mother and daugter and three sons. They
broke into the hou.-c again, took out the
mother and whipped her with twisted
sticks. They tore her clothes, threw her
down 011 the cround, holding her hands and
feet, anil beat her. Three held her and two
whiplied her. They bruised and wounded
her so that she could not get about for a
month. After they had thus whipjied
the mother they whipped her three ions
tearing eff their elethes and holding them on
the gicuud. She says that they', cut theJn to
pieees,".strikiiigthcm over the head with their
;,istiln. They al-o whippoil a young mail
named Phillips, doubling their hickories and
whipping with both liands. They then
took Miss Fcrgeson, tearing olF her clothe-"
stretched her at full length on, her face
held hands anil feet, and gave her two hun
This uuhapy family, as soon as were able
to travel, abandoned their home and took
to the woods, where they lived for a month,
sometimes in cold, rainy weather, sutTerim:
a!! the time for food. They at length left
the neighborhood, and were kinqly allowed
to live in a houie of Mr. Hu"h Dixon, at
Snow Camp Foundry. Chathmau ouiity,
Thc-c facte were sworn to by Miss Susan
J. Ferguson before a United States Commis
sioner iu ltaleigh, September 8,1871.
WISCO.Mil Flit EM.
The Door County Adcoatlc contains a
full account of the loss ofuropertyby the
great tires in that count-.
Cp to Sunday night, tiic Stb, the fires
had been raging through the towns of
Brussels, L'uioii, Gardiner, Forest ville,
ChiyHBauks. Na-ewaupce, Sturgeon Bay
and .Seva-topol, burning fences and lim
ber, but leaving bouses untouched. At
9 !. jr. Sunday night the liery tornado
swept down from the south and west,
beginning at the Belgian settlement in
Brussels, sweeping through the towns
of Union, Gardner, Weston and part of
Sevastopol and down tlie east shore of the
bay. Every building was consumed.
At WilIiannoiis shingle mill everything
was burned and the most awful destruc
tion of human life ensued. Out of eighty
persons at theinill fifty-seven were burn
ed to death. The few ".survivors tell a
horrible tale of the scenes at this terrible
holocaust. After the lire forty-live bodies
were found in a potatoe patch in the cen
ter of the clearing; other bodies were
found scattered, some iu wells. There
were many disfigured in a terrible man
ner, in some cases beyond recognition.
This great destruction was the work of
fifteen minutes, ami was the same tornado
that burlied Peshtigo and twelve hun
dred human beings.
A number of other losses of life are re
ported in other places. Twenty-two iu
the town of Brussels suffered a like fate.
There is scarcely a house standing iu
the line of this storm of lire.
CHICAGO FIRE !
-53TNA Insurance CO., Hartford.
Cash assets, Six Million Dollars.
Hartford Conn., October 11, 1871.
F. C. BENNETT,
Oen'l Agent iEtna Ins. Co., Cincin
nati: Chicago Ag-ents adviso us
that our losses aro less than $2,000,
000. Our losses will bo promptly
paid leaving us a Capital and surplus
L. J. HENDEE, Pres't.
Tho iEtna will pay every dollar of
Chicago losses, ana stm roetam nor
position as tho strongest American
Tho iron clad "Old Hartford" novor
Surrenders !! Tested by tho storms of
Sisty-ono years and still is souna
pays from her surplus of 81,SC0,C0O
her losses by tho Krcat Chicago lire
Leaving her magnificent capitial of
Sl,ooo,uou uutouctiaa ana a quarter 01 a
million surplus to spare, "get tho
best." Got Hartford Policies.
W. P. HOBSON Agent
Call on G. T. BRYAN west ond public
W. A. Price keeps :t lanre stock
of Groceries, Stilt. Wooden ware.
Stono ware. Hardware Arc.
J&s?"A good storv is told of a patriotic do
mine up in birkshire. who, in war times of
lol'-.was prone t. preach politics, and thank
the Lord very si vciallv. as well as verv fervid
ly, for any favors shown to our arms. Oil
-aiiiroay m. .e. , nem iioor roccn oil a pacKer
ol ncH-p.ipctp-. lclatiii'-' t" "lie ol our lamous
11:1 val ictnrie- anil bcim: I'liiilNrtr villi the
I1.11-1111 s iHTiili nix di-pitchi-d jtheni lo him
Itun-a aacat vielmi. and the g 1 man
rose to pr.ijcr. ticmliliny with excitement
- all the mole that the subject mailer would
be news to most of the hearers. "We desire
to thank thee.'' for tlie great victory that
our frigate the the the I've forgotten the
namjf but no matter, our friirate has gained
over tlie enemy's -hip of war the the the
I've fiirgtten that nime, too, hut thou
kuowe-t, fur it is in all the jtapers.''
Ilox. Tikuias Kwi.vi; of Ohio i- dead.
He died al I.am-a-tcr Ohio on the '.'(Ilh
lilt. He had attained the great age ofKl
year.-'. He wx-actively eiigigcd in'politics
up to 1S.",1. since which time until! recent ly
he engaged actively in the practice of
law. His celebrity as a lawyer ami pub
lic speaker, equslletl bis reputation as a
Try ir. A. Price's pure P,i Carl)
Soda, 7 His for fid els.
Ik General liraut pill- down the Ku
klux, abolishes polygamy, and establishes
a new ami bcn-lieial policy toward tho
Indian-, and reduce- the taxe-. while the
national debt is lacing rapidly paid oil',
who will uclion the -net-ess of his ad
ministration? Men should he judged not
by what they -a. but by what they do.
St. doe. Uift'll.
If you liave anv Dry or (ireen
Hides, l?ike tlit'iil to V. A. Price
ami iet the highest cash price.
The London rnlnr tints clo-es an
article on the T-.miuanv fraud-: '-The
le 011 the New 'l'lUrr- liave to learn i-.
tiiat political cm ardice and political free
dom are incompatible, and that if frcc
men neglect tlieir responsibilities they
will soon find there is no security for
U. A. Pi ice will give you 1 His
rood Tea for :i fi dollar hill.
V.U.l.ANIiKillAU's; l:i,t !xilitical s-ic!i
contain the foilowins wiirds of advice,
which will answer pretty well for anv la-
i tilde. "Dissatisfaction may exist, ili-ap-Kiintmcut.
1 should s.iy. at nominations. I
never attended a convention where it was
otherwise. Whcie tht.re are two candidate,
for one office somebody must be defeatcd
But if he is a 1:1:111. I wont say a philoso
pher, he submits and his friends submit,
and w.-dt until! the next time aud take the
(Jo to IF. A. Price ami get ix
boxes of Matches for 2.") ls.
TflE Ottuiima Jhiimcrt- oreau of the
Bed Hot Democracy, s.iys.
"The Kadical majority in Iowa will reach
and may excee-: Kl.o'.iO, "The Di-pirture"
was a :;uc-ce.-s - for the Kcpuhlic.ins,"
(to to 11'. A. Price and net a
gallon of the Lest syrup made, for
Tliree gallons of no. 1 Coal Oil
at W. A. Prices for a dollar Ml!.
Go and yet 7 lbs of Star Candles
atn a. n ice.-, for a dollar bill.
Flour has advanced but v. a.
i-rice will sell the best XXX for
?;,('() per hundred.
CO TO THE
LARGEST CHEAPEST BEST
Spaldings Commercial College,
The moiit rrartii-.il ami lient KutnMisIieil Aetna
IluineiM Collcuo in the Cnuntry,
I.ocRleil in tho Urr (Juuilj l'nluoo Iluilitini;. No's.
712 anJTll.MaIntrtettl.ot,7thaiia Hlh ate.)
KANSAS CITY MISSOURI.
KjtaLlishcil Oct. iith IMV., Incorporati-d July
THE COLLEGE ROOMS
are nz in nunilcr, Ihslnrcoat. host rcntilatnl ami
tnot cltitantly tninishod aparlmi-nts of tho kimlin
the country, ami Acrcmoilrelii ('our Hundred
SmdontN, The faculty number KUhtnen cx
Icrirnccil Ttnchn-s 'Julllnii la miielt
than nt .111 v other School or CoIIi-ko.
For full information in regard to torms, etc., call
pt tho ColIcKo Uooiqa or addroM
Sl'At.OINti'S C0.M.M KUClATj COI.I.KOK.
Iv.irifaa City .Mo.,
for largo Circular of Rfty-jix iascj,and St'ccimens
"Hi unro to or nddrmn thn r.ilKo liefors
going clm here. I. V. SrALIUNO. A. M..
n" ly l'rcnidcnt.
Whaletnlc and Ho till I Icaler :
RE&DY-ADE CL0TH1MC !
Mil' ni siim; of v iti.u; mh'abjv
WILLIAM S. GREENLEE,
Attorney at Law;
.s-.i r.i.ViVd, mo
J. '. STBUMI, JlllIK II, STIi' Ml, J, C. lirl'I.M;l li.
STRONGS & HEDENBERC.
ATTORNEY'S AT LAW.
OQec no.'.. Felix ."trti t and MarVit iuan-,
ST. .lOSEl'H INIo.
Will j-rac-titri- in all ths Courts of the State.
N. It. I1KOWN.
II. I'. s.V. ,i:nt.
(i'iici':il ilcaU'rs in
and all the
Standard Remedies of the Age.
TOILET ARTICLES Ac, Ac,
MISCELLANEOUS ami SCHOOL
TOBACCO and CIGARS.
Wo invito t e attention of tho public to our largo
STOCK which has been purchased low for Catti,
and will he nold low at very small rtit. AH aro
reiueted to call and examlno our prices and etock
betoro purdma'niK elsewhere.
f-STcrscr iptians carefully fi'led atall hourB M
A V0L1TICAL AND BUSINESS JOUKNALJ t I -
OPPQRTS THE &DMIHIS1B&TI0N OF PBESIDEHT BBiKT
The Andrew Co. Republican
Hill seek to Eli-v.'ite tin; Standard onntelligenre, I
To promote the interests of Savannah and the surrounding' country,
To Elevate Labor,
To discuss politics from a party Standard,
To atTord a cheap, reliable newspaper, for all
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