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E. G. DeW0L?5 & CO., Proprietors.
Let ua have Faith that Eighlr makes Might, and in that Faith lot us to theiCud daro to do our'iuty as we understand it Wuum Lincoln.
TflMS-rJwo Dollars Per Annum.
VOL. XV. NO. XX. ''j , 0
I atT r0
m. m ss a-i a --v '
(lew Geed&l KewGeedsl
Dress Making !
TfOOLO lafurai bar Mania that ska Ima
IT raoaivs bar
SPRIHO AHOlSfTVMBR STOCK OF
iMaipnaiac all tne Latest Btylee. She kee.
.T . . m woer an ainda ul
a.s ja aas auxja i, and attend to re
avodalioc w alylai, slrfwk auid drrna
W. -W?rt-Bf.iawvsr B. a.-. Mroer A
bayeer a Mora. galea -rooa roa dour uorlh
oi larauu i mora,
aprl Jfaa. A. C. Ummat.
Eaap on kud at alt mM large quantities ol
DOQSSr- - - ' -' Uj
0A?wcioo :i T n
xi mismng dumber,
LATH ND SHINGLES,
Which they offer raasootbly.
Buckley's PAteat Lumber
i aa naai auoa, w mama or aa, aua villi it wa
eaa aaaaoa, partaal'f , 75jZuo teat per waHr
Oraaai lgd MraZ
e sac la tar
Custom Planing Done Promptly
Faraooi aeadinff anyttine in our lina, are
;ariiaa 10 eaii at oar yard, vast ot tba Preg
J. A. PABKEB.
ia. . lai m tiiii
Excela all other Ia J.
1st or its Unrivaled Whiteness.
3d. or its Unsurpassed Cover
awrlt COSTS LK.SH to Paint with Buck
Laad thaa aar other Wbita Lead extant.
Taacaaia wembt corera MOKE WCUKACK,
DTt H LE A D
Is the Cheapaia& Best
Extda all other Ziara,
1st For its Unequaled Durability.
3rd. For its Unsurpassed Cover
Laatij, for iU UBKAT ECONOMV, being the
CBBapaat. Uaaipaa..oa .VlMraVi4
waua raiiu w ina w una.
Try it and be Qpnwpd,
aUafaolioa gaarantead by the lfanufao
tarara. FRENCH, BICIIARDS & CO..
H. W. Ciruar or TentH and Market atraeti,
S. i J. II. HOBER 4 CO.
otfif j?f ?f
DRUGS, PAINTS, BRUSHES, Ac.
aprao47jlai F1HOLAT. O.
l..llV 1- - '
a BK JDST BBCBtTINQ A LABC.g AUDI
A. TIOH to Ualr alack of gooda, aud in rite
the apaaialaiUatioB of bulkier! and Bgaubau-
iea m uair aaaaauoa oi yjijj'i-i
Qnse Trimmings and
Wa y mo aaeond olaaa cooda to blow '
a ahaaa pricoa, baAiaail avara til tba beat
Baaaafaotarara at a firing proit.
Call aad (at oar prleaa of
Iron rftfftlfetak,felasB1. i'utty, Doors,
Woodwork, Hobs, Spokea, Fel
loea,liorse and Hand Rakes,
Rubber avmti iLamtbler
Bel ing, Saddlery
files, Forks, buovela, lloes,
Scyhes, Chains, Pumps,
focke and Table CuaVV O.I
lery, Plaed Goods,
C!laa U ixm cut t r
liskej Kwen aad Reapen,
rittsknrf h ,
nrrn Btesi riowi.
Varkar'a Patfint Hone
I. abort. STorrtUoA kapt las Brit-olaaa
aUr.war.ator.. MM A')
At the Lb wrest Cash Prices.
Oallaatlaaaaibafora baring. .
W '4. .VaiUaWiAW a
OSBORiV k KAJ-Dm
T r f -
Wa will paytMkfor
, FeatLers, ,
i T .
i or j 1
japrllnptfrV a (l8BOBfl(
sea wirrzot viiajN,
doora south ol W. H. 4 J. J. Whealar
H'li. Slr. ,MUl treat, Pindiay1rba
W(Laijiitl aala ch..i. famit
GaAti MlTTar7Hajna, AoT1
Uaab baid fur Kuii.p H Ltfu. i.n
aad aaa r oar atnnar. aurlliafttf
BAILEY, FARRELJL4 CO
Oaugea. WUntUa an yWLrea, Irouiaiid
Copper Rinkaand Bath Tuba,
Hlant-l'ampa. arm .. "!t
And ererr de'riuiion nrvuid
HO. 1(17 &MiTtA-atLD.AlValBTata- Li
far a Prtne um. f ITTSIUIU;
tbey hive not Ri.lxtck a. We deHire
caulioo the aulicled hmiuh! purcbaaiutc
ol them; hay K.itii k'x Olomacu BiltarK
none other, it vou would combat diaease
g'.uTu'y Kajt 1 JaSa,aljLyCS--j
or the ji,t tf.f(W.
bound to close nut my
entire Block of
ssWwtf 4r.ti c'F.vi'.sIrEi
by buying of me.
aaour stock Is getting pretty well broken.
. i will baae tha
till ltl J l iO
If f ou want lo
we will on
Mo. 73 Mala HUeet.
TrnTD A TINT TTT T? !
t CW) f tft P
Are kam manu
beKt'qualitv and da abapa wnereuy a per
te l j.iul may be secured. Ordeia solicited
promptly tilled. Addreaa - '
L.C.W19 A CUllIr.n, r imwi im,
Orders may be left at Rutukaufv
CbaTTfaere, s-nititcf ttay be
adenUry-Mbitr h reTliH a gentll
puriiattre ,4)1 it j 4,aV UU Pllla jui
the medio weywHurnhey arff perleull
aula and can oa laaea at all uaaea; tbey con
LEAD . MANUFACTUHCRS
I. Iron Pipe. Rubber Hoae. Klf m
buy, stop and ak pur prices -
vioce you inai nai WW t I J
ai aii uaaea; may oou-1
mineral Jife ,'U
tain 00 ueroury or
. a -wyi
.U J A
HK'fc RAKFR Co's
- - y-
QnadoorNorOAof J. 8. PattereonW
Wia been thought by many that the
T . $
JJ iHJ K. aU JlAKEaf CO.
Uviii; purchHaed tba aluek of IUrdw Kr
l.trmeriy owued liy Bushon A W'iIIimiiih, will
anatlofM the bwinoaa at'tlta idri id. Wlim
k' M now niakHiK itinay n<tii.i t.. tim
I'm; I, xntl baa Kralli Inert-utd bw ad'ck ol
rnaral Hardware, oonHlHiliit lu part ot
. 1, NAILS, i
; r PUTTY, -..
. - ' ut- -sash: '
. . CHAINS,
U UKNT-WOBK. SADDLKKY
I would invito Caruentera and huil.lnra to
ail aua axanina mv atock itw.u
material, whiuB 1 am bound tu ault at
. , Farmers
( wouWtII tba-atteiition of Farneni to
Block ot Farming ImulenientM. conamt'inf
bteel floas, t,Mi HIwa,i:oTa Plaaa. I'W.w
wiac. i tmiwaiora, tfatooT Sulky itakea. St
Mvlngf Uaraal &Aaa. bcj-tltaa aod MmithH,
niia ouuea. apaue. noea, Ao., all of aulrli
purpoaaaalilucat tha lowaai aoaaible rateit.
jitb ui a call, aua reaieaiber the nlaoe. one
Uior eouth of Pray A eitiniier' Krai hlora.
W.i- t '.i i i- i t- .A J v
fb. g,' fisher & ooJJi
. . . ' (. a
W ent Crawford Htrcet,
Ratiiu their acknowledgement to their
animcuiitoajara, and womd atata that they
lu belter ahape to luruUb buildera with
1 ! I
Y BLDSLATuj ; "
PJNIAND Am SHINGLES, AC,
;'.v... a. liii 1 ;Li t 1
Manufyatured from good lumbar, Ibno evr
baa.ra.-- ( yin ,
arr vrvnn no ht a uiiin
on ahon aotica. Our machinery Ih
new aud of the nxuit improved kind,
work doue by 11 may be relied on.
a naiii far
No. tm Mala Street. Fiudlay,
tor nothiug else than to get well poated in
ttaur good) flLVarran
SUoot fuiid aa paaaa''l. "r
will oa reiuoueu.
"Small Profits and Quick Returns-,"
Irtfaaouly certain way Mo do a aucceaalu
iiu.iixuui. mid hniiMi dKlina 'auch aa I'll AH-
KI(VHIN'- cautiaua avaUiu oi Ilia " Niiuhlu
NiintiuM" la the onlv riiilil one. 1 he lawa 01
piudencA niuat alwava ie renpo-"". " "
uiiatakabla ol wbicji la lhe,4vaiitf Bryai
by Ina .ill f
rracliral Know I'K"
' 'Lf,M Jii
Ot flie Hla&a Bualueaa.
Tallo-Vury ol Lea!
-lo i QJass,
ware of Iiime
Quoeneware, full sets. Limps,
Brackets, Reflectors, &c.
Ciiii try TlfrcliaiilM,
tu call-awl -eiaiaim
Han. bwiet and SHiUr rUmaaya rtd fine
Oil, kept n band: CurUin Pina, plain
engraven, an .ibb. "i"iuiu .ii...
China Ware. Wlad.nr tilaaf f.al aweaelu.
otto-- Cheap as the
ao.lnoM.tf OH A BUSH BUVHOM,
t Al kHOIISE. OKO. A. GI.ICK
" - .
R.Mit and Shoe Bk.aiDeas waa overdone in
u.Ai.r Thia a areat miHlake. True, a
CMataaan Mfaaaa araenaeed in the trade
i..idin atarchanta. etc.. but how many of
k.r. .nrthinir about the ditlerent
121 - !w
cradea of I-eather. or,r
- el thorough
. A ..a Iknannirh
Jiaequ"ntiytbe can be relied upon by
tbe public. They have jual opeueu a apiuu-
A ol..nlr a-kff . .
lioots, olioes, vau-
irs, Slipper, i5lcP
and Invite all to
COtfE A1SD SEE THEM.
They keen their own manuueture on,Jinw
y i-PfcYlNfi A1! Jr ?' i
'Tie-$!i3l IV kriH--Uver
If Jou U ctatB I J S jr , .
f Vi n
Pittsburfi Glass Store u
lUalJiliiUU Alii AJli-A-fM"
iJICJ I i ' i fit 1 i i
i 1 1 j
i kl i r-
aw,u ,,r' ''''i'',u'u', " H"
Frev A KUn..or' lraf l.w.
I'araa Kai.aa. S. It. Hhi.i.ik.
i: i. k it ' " t i: i,,
A. 1 1 o r n oV, 'at Law.
Pallia;. & lledicfc's Kbi Hloro
t'lii.llay, . )aiilMi3t.ly
ettov c v it r) .
WII.I.4-..I.HHUO t,i ,ratHi.v w,ii. i.my
- Ie -found at lh Itm Kftlm,. ..f Mm.
lou A W ilker 011 Main Hliw-t.
M. IS. WAI.KKIJ.
i4U(r.. , - . . KmJIav. Obio.
1 ; 14 A - I CAOr
j aaa ni lalaHtJki
ATTORNEY AT LAW
REAL ESTATE AGENT.
1)ltu.MI'T alteiithm paid to all buxinoKii en
trualMl to hi care.
Olline ov-r I'oMli.lliua. Una linir tirfnn. .
KHKI )iKOM. J. r. K1IRJHT. A. HT . .KJIKI.KlIU .
BHOU V.RIIKK-:CT A. l'l'.li:itK.'K
AtlatrMf) . mt Uw,
aV all attend to all I'iikIhahh ontruNtod to thoir
atra la Ha.uuook and aujoiulug oouutlat.
tvtr (Si ay' Drug Slurt, o;Kifr Court llutint.
r INDI.A Y, OHIO,
eIarti-ulir altentiou civen to C.illoc-
tiona; Koreclonurtia of MortKKKea, 1'artitioniiiK
H lauda, tiuardlau and AdimiiiHtrMion iiih!
Jan, k. .n
nai'atowir. " js. a.boi-i.
Ilarfng formed a co-nartnerahip. will
Homplly 1 tleod to all butmiHMH. in ami out ot
CnurlH, rt.juiriiif; the rerviren of an altor-
any, and ! tka fMilk-etion ! all oliiai-
itAlnRt tnn rtorntiimimt, Ar fifhirwtio.-'
om-eovir "lleail-Qiiartera," KiniiUy, O.
iAui,3l, lscai u Jr.
at Law and
YirllJ. practice in Ktale and II. F. Courtr,
11 niimiu promjiuy 10 ouaineHa en
trusiert to ina car.
Aa JutlWie t the IVxoe will attend to
cnnvarauvuii; aud takiiii; !piMitiiiia.
f illiue K....iu Mo. 1, AIek.ie..n llaildlni;.
T2. T- Yy"UN 1ST
ATT It i U V AT I, A
Ha aniierior f.if HUtpn for condunlinr rwi
nanarupicy, in a Rpeatiy ami proper man-
i-eiuionH mar 08 me 4 WITUUUT 1'AV
l.5 ANT 0171 DENn.
letter of Inquiry pntinplly anMw-ered.
OAil. OKTKal.lK. M. I. ' W. M. IlKTWILKa, 11. D.
oiLSTKKi.i.v v lurru ili;k.
ffomoEpathic Phjaicians & Sorgeoua.
OKirICK AND RCHIIILNUB.
3ppoalte the Uoit IIoue. niarlfi-lr
rf. IOii I ri Li ii A: Miller,
Physicians & Surgeons,
f OFFI('K-ln the r-.m furmnrU' occu
iy it. r- . tiiiriain.
HnrifiCHl and t'iironiutUuoijiiUlrine to lu.n-
lr. KntrlKin, will 11ml him in i,n i tln u
niVV'o,tIiadmiit Hatimt.iil from Ilin'clooV
IU. I 3 41 ClltCK pP m.
r aiillercMn 1a :ntHiifltd on TurKiIxra
FridMya frim luo'tflta a. ni. In a tVIi:k
lil Inli.iJ i ,U,
".N III Ul', U. I'.
I al-AtTM, M. "
il. ii. UAi.ua li, U. -
llHvinK trmud a parfuetKlilp to practice
ItKsl.KR k HKI.IUNM, V..pntora,
offtlt utul Fitnl .V. ,
." ..aiaiii 'aud KroutlstrHOla, . . .
I.: I. McCAHAN, rropnelor.
Thia liouaa baa rariuitly lo-eu r.alrl
nowly lurmshed-i Kvtrv MK'iili.ui wm
paid to the cou.l.irt ol Ilia irav,'iiu puo-
i. o. iO. r.
Rule Encampment i No, oZ,
cuioJ KAiiiiiM .ni the am-oiid hihI lourin
Kollowa ua". .. ., , '..'
II. Ii. iil.r r.n,
A. P. Siiaa4.-, b-rna4s-,u. n . '
iiknukki-on'm n.w'i, main kt.,
-r - . '
riBMJ HUAKTri ON
all Priucipal'C'tlBB ef Khlio, in Biinia
to Muil. ami no a
;enral ltaLiuc . IJiiwiiiHK.
t rUMNINUKIf, '.AOE X Ul,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
t :' OP , riNPLAVrf PHIO. r ;.-
(AutUorlxcd CattMat,''- - Kl.OOO.)
l)eai;nated Daaoailorf and Kia;inial Afnnt
ot the In. 9. t B:iik oi.uiMooaiiv""lH'",
u;hanji. Iuteivat paiduu Kjietlal liepoaita
....... i '
tault.u. Hour 9 to U o'rlnrk A. M.. i 1
4 .nuri r.
I. Jauh. ; W. It. WUKtLKB, IIKNBT 11HOWH
1 , IaC UAT. - J. n n ii.-
" . " .. ... .i. ..
jA" Banking Houaa InCriaik. ljuaa Block
fal.P. JUNKH, Prea.
oM14'l. f jB. ,U.BSCahier.
. Schwab 4 Wheeler,
r. l t v ii'...
Yon will s:iVe noncy by purthaglnt; your
ioodri of aprl7 BennBaniiMjj.ii
ARCADIA, HANCOCK CO., OHIO,
j " wAril'FACTl-BE MtBl' "
RcnctioH lme l'unip
Ail orders, either
verbal or written, will
All pumps warranted
licit r to lh paolie
rho have hadfiia pomps ir. n ror a nnnioe
rear. ..... - .- l"'i-aoii
Citizens' : Bank.
CARLIHS & Co BANKERS
DASKtNA HOI7SB IJIUff.SdS B UUULB.
J3 No. tiC, Uaiu Mreet, KiudUy, Ohio.
Bamiso iloi-un vaa 9 T- 12 n'CLi! A
, AMP FKUM iw u.tmi rt a.
a FAiwM-AlB.uikinittinlneM done, Intorest
paid on apeeua deposits ..'.'..
T -; "ll!,f -;t" .'
(Ct nd tirei Ij Machinery.)
For 1 Building Purposes, &c,
Orders solicited. Trices a low a- else
where. For further particular enquire at
Larkin's Marble shop, where, also, orders
aiay be. Ian. .
The Hancock Jeffersonian
Sandusky SL, First Door East of Post Office,
E. G. DE WOLFE, Editor.
TKKSIS-S2 00 IVr Annum in Advamti,
His Message in 1861 Relative to Gold
When, in April, Ititit, the i neat ion
. , . i . r ' . 1
loiiciiui"; mo yn) iiii-in m lou-rext iluc
infill St.tto Immls arose in ilu. Now
i ork liCiislndtru fbr'tlio wt-onJ tiiiu
(iov.SfyiiuMir atklrvssftltlie lullouin-
uiciisav to tliu lA-t!i.littui-i'. anil MulV-
jufiiiiy ine ioiioh nig aj.jicftl to bauk
ch ana timers :
MESSAGE OF GOV. SEYMOUR.
To the Lrgishitiirt :
My nttention has lioen called to a
concurrent resolution, m Inch has iiiss-
cl Loin braiicliCH ot tlio LeriH ature in
,1... lollom,.,, u or.l
Wiikueas All thefitockri issued ly
this State were made negotiable in
tlim State: therefore.
Ileaolced, That no distinction shoujd
be made between the l'orei'u and do
llipstlc lioldefs of Midi iMtndsas to the
urrency m which the irinciial aud in-
IcrcHt thereon Kliould be taid
To the prineipel laid down in this
resolution, in teriu.i, there can be no
objections olTered. All the creditors
the State, whether they be of our
own iK-opIe, or loreiirn, should le
alike aid ; paid ronitly and in full
that was rouiLsed them. ..
I lie Legi.slature hist year adopted a
conrurrent resolution oa this Httbject
the following M'ords ;
JuimivcJ, lliat the interest accru
ing on o much of the State debt on
the first day of Ajril as was on the
lirst lay ot .llarcli, 18C3, held by per
sona residing out of the United States,
and id still, .held by them, lie paid m
gout or its equivalent.
An.I an. aiioroimation was made for
purchase ot eoin to an extent
iiitlieieut to enable the Comptroller to
ay in gold the interenUon thoMtocki
.New, York, held by persons r aid-
abroad ; aiul only to that extent,
itiion;ii tne resolution ot last vear
nut in terms loi biil the garment
the interest due to our creditors re-i-iiliug
in this country, in coiu, yet the
absence of any aMrotiiation for the
mrpose obliged the ('omtd roller to
ireg such payment. In practice, si
liliiietiou was Urns made between tlio
resitteiit creditor :uid the resident
creditor. AYe kept faith with the
stranger who trusted us; we broke
with those of our OWi
I 11 II' il null ii imwiu 1
will tliut no p:irt ot I lie inter-
Mill be p.ti.l, an it was romis4-d to
paid, to wit, in coin or it e.jniva-
nl., Inn we Houtrnt tne inurm-m
1 . 1
ol'tlie woil.l with our Hoeuntica, w
lcd" d ourwlves to redeem tlieiu ,in
currency of the' world. ' The iar
neirlect oriililitetl liiilh 1:1st year
ianow to be lollowed by. an ojuu re-
iihuI to iiay any ol' our iromisesae-
ordiii" 10 their plain hciim'. lhediHr
truce ot last year was niiiucu , il .ts
ot w itlnn oiirselves ; now our uniime
'. 1 . . 1 .. 1 :.. 1.
ilislioiior arc 10 in- utnut.-iu
i)o ot the world. -
I l.M.k iiimiii this matter as of ho
much moment' to llio welfare and to
haincter of New York 'and otthe peo-
tliat I feel constrained to ask you
.1 i" .
"ivettie hiiiijiicia recoiiMm-riAiioii ,
to in ire you to pass a concurrent
c.4liitioii that sliall enable the C om
roller to iiay all ' the interest w inch
may full due U tore the next seasiou of
J . 1 . I.. .1 -
lie iA'",iMature 111 com. in u)
our iCMlulioD ol tins year may im
carried into 1 fleet consistently with
froo.1 credit of the State, and "no
lintinctioir will 'Iki made-lM-twtH'ii
oieiiu tuul domestic ImliUr of the
Kinds. II you do not do Uis. et iu-
11r.ro vou to iirovi.lt. at least, lor me
interest that Is due residents of other
ouirtries beiii Taid in coin.
The relusal to ?ay in coin to onr
own citiwns may justify itself to some
min.ls, allliou.h not to mine, as a
meiisiirc ot 'yuuri taxation fiecial, Uis
criHiiiiRtintr and tntfair bnt etcused
voiirnreseut extraordinary condition.
' . ; ... ... : .1...-
11 cluaimjr wtj,n our creuuois iu ouim
countnes no such eonsi.lcraiious can
ome in.' We have over them no le-
miinale nower of taxation : tnese
; . a
creditors of ours have no vnee nor
art in our iioliiical action: we have
claim uiou them that they should
take a share w ith us in the mislortunes
that belall us in our career. They
are not ol our household, nor bonna
take part of our domestic calamities
1 1011 themselves. AM bunion any
mis'ortuni of tint war miong 10 us;
Uvnaeneroutt 0 thit any jxntion oj
them vvoh others irto are not a part
of us. 7hc4 my ereJUvn of ours
tire stranvcrs. irfto It t money wien
iroitW it, upon no tecurity lut our
word of honor. If we do not pay
them back their money in the strict
fetter of our bargain, we incur a shame
tint, can never be removed, irom us.
rfc deprive Xew York ot an element
rth which heretofore has been
wiseltf used and which its people have
found profitable; to w it, its nrifptestio-
ed credit. ...
Principal and policy unite to urpe
the action I reconunenae.t to yoiu It
the only way in w hich the State can,
initli. fulfill its contracts. It is the
only way in which the State can keep
itself in a position o go imo me mar
ket hereafter decently as a Wrower.
rri.o si nto is even now iu the mar?
ket for money to pay the bountjes to
volunteers The w noie amount 01 tne
aiii.roorintion I nrce upon yon will be
more than repaid in the first negotia
tion the btatn may .make by the -enhanced
price of its securities. We
shall lose 1 more in our ' immediate
transactions than the cost ot providing
the coin for this interest. ot only
our future profit bnt our immediate
rain will be served by adhering now
to the strictest letter of our contracts.
The tnvlny proposed by not paying in
coin it tu 'udl tuul temporary, while the
.Kthoi.oT is latting, and the tveuniary
lost consequent upon thit dithonor vill
U in tt t4 t'vnnvMa,
Had faith on the part of New York,
the loading memlx r of the C'onted
racy, must nievitabiy- weaken very
grently, U it dH-s notilestroy, tins ered
it ( our ovcrnmeia Hei unties in for
eigit markets. Compared with the
imiiortanee td this State action in it
ellift nton tlie credit of oiir Uoi em
inent, the cottt, of ayingour interest in
com is insignificant. ,: Asidu from the
eoiispleratiou ol intervnt or joli-y, ou
duty, in mv iudgn'ient, was plain. I
is to iay ihc dellts ' f tlii State;" to
pay them in precisely the iiiixlo in
wliie.li Uiey were promised tube paid:
to keep tlio honor of the State uuaulJi
o.i ; aim to mis plain iuty wp Hlioul
be true, cost w hat it may."'1 " '
ALBANY, April 22, 1864
Sir: The Legislature having made
no provision lor , the payment of tlio
interest on the btato debt, as it should
be paid, in coin, and the Comptroller
uaving no lun.ls w Inch ho can apply
to tne purchase ot eoin tor that pur
. . ,.. ....
poB0,.as a last resort I appeal to the
men of caiit:d. the bankers., the mer-
chants and others of the iteople of our
V r c
Liaai, oiuiu who nave us - nonor at
- - . . . ,. - , . 1
heart, to provide means, by voluntary
contribution, whereby at least so much
ot tlio interest as bUwni'H to non-resi-
deut creditors, if not the whole, may
ue paia promptly jn gold or its equiv
alent. -- i "-
Unless this be done the honor of
NewTprk is lost. ' t ,, .. .
Iu w oUk aud nunibers, in the abil
ity to pay, New York stlnd9"far
idiove every Slate in the Union. Olh.
r Mateis inferior iu means, do not find
the obligations of the hour too great
for an honest ierformance. ' If New
York falters now it can claim ho induN
gejit opinion of the world tlaa Bute
brands itself with dishonesty.
1 ror the puriose of sliowmg the his
tory of legislative action ujion tliis
nutation, a append the messagv sent by
nie to the Legislatire last year and at
its present session. To you who are
" -aw a ' m m
lUentiued in tne minds ot the commer
cial world with the character and cred
of our noble State. "ttvt!wbom the
honor of w York must be as . yonr
own, i appeal that you will) save the
ptaie irom una lasting uisgrace. 1 ask
the bankers and merchants of our great
metropolis to act ia this matter. It is
daeio their future credit "ami their
future prulo tlst they advance the
money which is needed, to tliis end. .
111 the Hands ot the active and en-
ergetuf men of New'lort, whose
is always j.roinpt to noble un
dertakings, thu honor of ourlitate k
now left. - ....... ...
Let the stranger who trusted to our
honor bo paid to the last penny of ur
burguiil. !!. : l'- ' ' '
I have faith tlmt, whatever mn-ipv
III'IIUI UMimiiiu r
among our legislators, and tne state
will w hut is now advanced. '
,.). , .n ... . ! j '
John t Quincy Adams in accepting
the, Democratic; uoiuiatiou fo
eraor of. Massncluisetts, thus gives tlie
'hirtationista" a lift : , .
The financial question was not treat
by the National ' Convention in
New ork in a manner which satisfied
my : jndgnieBUaj ly -providrnfr aor a
payment ul the. bquJs kuoww ss.,2Us
surplus revenue id)iie, thus igfioriiigl
what seems tome the valuable iiart of
Mr. IVirdtet.m's 'trfnh,"a" wiiRdrawal
tlw inaae.'i of the .National -Banks,
thtt Democratic party Appeared to cowir-j
nut tjienisclves to an iiHlcnbite,. exten
sion of the intolerable nuisance of an
redeemable iieflJcnrrcncy.' 1 am
toti iuucl( oi a Democrat to regurd any
snch, roapeets. w iUi. .patience. I be
lieve in bard money, and, tnerem f
hold myself to be a true Jaekson Dem
ocrat. This -'dishonored paiier wlileh
'e are air compelled, as I think; un-
cont i iii'.onally to .nceept as moneys is
not only a standing, disgrace to the
mition; bnt it is destroying the aucient
habits of economy and tliria, and un
dehiiiniag i onr old-fashioned' lirfnest
ideas by tlie constant soctacle and
example of an, iifsolvent. .Ooverpmeutj.
lnvs 'hiMfii the lioor man a burden
hcavirrl than he-can bear. ' It injures
trade, eenuneree and -all productive
industry. ;each yenr more than, the
whole, sum of doubt Iul train,, whiuh
might accrue from canceling our debt
by promises to pay, winch we do not
redeem;. If persisted in, I think it
must result in repudiation and bank
ruptcy. Iii that event the respoosibi-
liy w in rest, primarily aiui mc uaiij
which made the notes and then refused,
when thev bad the power, ;to make
them cood. and next with 'the Dein
ocracy, it tney are tenntea tio iouow
that bail lead. .
' A Lcgishtft ' sBion of 134 d ay
at t5 per day the longett setslon ever
paid State legislature, i j
-An adjournment to the first of No
vember, with yie probability ol a six
lUUHLlia OtKHUil U-l.
Near (tne Hundred Ihovtand Vol
lars excess of Legislative salaries wast
ed the ulicts, insane and otiief uniur
tunates left with an insufficient appro
prialion; for the' ptirjibse of makmg a
,-,1'ax payers, how do you like itf
'TheHexnenscs' of the last session pf
h Democratic Lecrislature were il65.
nnoat least" 100.000 in dicess of
what it should have been.. i
"1 he A adjourned session. : , KUl,ooni
raence on 23d of November next, and
aill au-ell the whole expense ol leguua
r.w ti Veiir trr 8215.000."' r' 1
The entire expenses or tne isepnbri-
can Legislature lat year were f a.-
Snch is Democratic retrenchment;1
O. S. Journal, Sept. 14.
O. S. Journal, Sept. 14. A BONDHOLDER'S DOCTRINE.
"Every paer dollamow put out
a Government falsehood, lor. U
claims to be worth more than its real
value : and it coes about the country
defrauding the laborer, tne pensioner,
thi? mechanic and the farmer." aVw
move-it soeect in Xtrto York, tcithuhieh
he kitted Utorgt . H. Fumdleton, JuM
Letter from Gen. John A. Dix
He Comes Out Strong for Grant.
Why Horatio Seymour Ought not to
be President. A Square and Decisive Epistle.
NEW YORK, Sep. 22.
'General DH, the American Min
later to France, baa sent the following
letter to a frmud in this city. . It was
not written for publication, but the
gentleman to whom it waa addressed
has consented to give It to tho pub
licii.i'i--. ; 1 1 1 -i ' ...! i
PARIS, Sep. 4, 1868.
"lit )Kt.u Sik: It was my hope
that my distance from home wculd
have saved me from all participation
in the political excitement prevailing
there; but I notice in one of the
newspapers that I am heart and hand
with Air. Seymour. I am not aware
of anything in the present or the past
Which could rightfully subject me to
such an imputation. 1 have been
acquainted with Mr. Seymour moie
than a quarter of a century. He is
an amiable gentleman of unexcept
ionable private character, aad re
spectable talents, but you know aa
well as I that he ha not a . single j
qualification for the successful exe
cution ot the high official trust to
which he' has been -nominated: and
he Is especially deficient In that firm,
neai of purpose which, in critical!
emergencies is the only safeeuard
against public disorder and calamity.
He has been twice, at different times,
Governor of the State of New York.
and he has in neither case had talent
or tact to keep the Democratic party
(together more than two years. I
should regard his election at this
uncture, when steadiness of purpose, j
decision sad self-control are so much
needed, as one of the greatest calam
ities that could befall the country.
'Moreover, he has been put in nom
ination by a Convention which' has
openly declared the purpose ot those
represents, to pay the greater part
the debt, contracted to preserve
the Union, in depreciated paper.
Such s measure would In my judg
ment be m: palpable violation- of the
public faith, pledged under circum
stances which should have been bind
ing on all honorable men. Sey
mour has made public speeches to
show that it ia our duty to par the
debt in specie. Ia accepting his
nomination to the Presidency, he
adopts1 the declaration that it ought
be paid in paper. I know nothing
humlhaong in the history ot
American politics as this, tergiversa
tion. It was, perhaps, not unfit that
Mr." Seymour. ' after Dresidinir' in
1864, over the Chicago Convention,
whicn declared, tlia p, a failura.
discredit the debt contracted to carry
the war,' was received with tre
mendous cheering, and that he should
the. ehoseA iu Iranian t to exeeote
act of national turpitude. , I do
believe that the wishes oropinions
the great' body of the Democratic
. . - i a . - . . . T
pany are . iainy expressed in uiese
proceedings.' .They have nothing in
common with the statesmanlike views
policy' and the high sense of na
tional honor, which guided the' party,
when Martin 'Van Iluren, Wm, , L.
Yancey, Silas Wright ' Lewis Cass and
Stephen A. Douglas were among the
most conspicuous nietnLe8- r
Jtee out nine of tafety for
country ,Wit existing cttvum
itanceifand that is,''ihe eleciion'if
lienerul (Jrant, : 0u his decision of,
character, 'good sense, moderation,
and -disinterested - patriotism, 1 be
heve tli South will have ft far better
hope, ft regaining Ahe posilioA in the
Union to which it is entitled, than
under a man whose ' political career
has been in nothing more conspicu
ously marked than in an utter infirm
of inruoMu Jftdepandently of
these considexations, I should be
greatly surprised if the people pf the
United states were to select as their
Chief1-Magistrate a man who waa
making, , at tho Academy of Music,
the 4th of July, 13, aapeeih
deficient in aU the cbaracUmUca, oj
ri elevated .love of country, , at the
very hour "when' General Grant was
carrying the victorious arms of the
Union , into ,Yitksburg, , .and when
thousands of pur fellow-countrymen
werepouring out their blood on the
plains of Gettysburg, in defense of
their homes and the Uovernment
which Mr. Seymata vat doing all in
poioer to embarrass ami discretjd .
I am ouite willine you, should
show th's letter to any friends who
may take an interest in my opinion
regard to the coming stoetion, and
am particularly desirous oiremov
the Impression, if. it exists, that
am in favor of Mr. Seymour, or the
repudiation of any portion of the
public debt. '' ''
"I am, air, vary truly yours.
"JOHN A. DIX."
Tiut W'ashineten correspondent ofl
the New, York Dnluxs gives tbatfol
Iowinir reference to the political com
niAvion oi our r orcnrii luinieici a .
Letters favoring' Gen. Grant ' in the
strongest language 1 and xpresaing an
earnest desire tor iuselanuon pas Keen
received in this city from Mr. CaAaius
ai. viay and ins secretary oi A.ega
tion. Mr: Cirrtm, Itussia ; John 1
Hale, Spain: Gen.' John A, Dix aud
us. Secretary, Mr. Huffman, rarut
Mr. .Watts, the new Minister to Ana
tHa, ami John Hay, Charged' Affairs
at Vienna; Mr. Morris, Constantino
pl; Mr. Marsh 'Italy ; Mr. Hairing
ton. Switzerland; Mr. Nicolay, Con
sul at Cants Mr. AlurpuV, consul at
anUoct i Mr, Morgan, eereUry of
legation . m junjiand, anu ,Qve ivw
thirds of ail Censuls yet beard irom.
Euitobj al CAJiGarMr. R G De
Wolfe, lately connected with the Oliio
State Journal office, at Columbus, has
assumed editorial control of the Han
cock Jeftreemimni at Findlay, Ohio.
The Journal says : 4Mr. DeWolfe is
newspaper man ot much experience,
energetic and capable, and is sure
make a . good paper and many
friends." Success to the Jejfertoniem !
$) n GastUe,
"One Currency for All."
Democracy Responsible for Our Not
., the Democracy ..am i . scattering-
broadcast throughout tlio St:ite, iioa-u-
inents, the purMrtof wliirliis thatJ
i. i v,..t.. ii .i i . . . .'.i i
' VUqilUVHMT IT'IS I au
... . . .
interest, on ins Imiii.Is in ifohj. .lion.
Kdwan? Md'heison, t'laik oi the
Uouse.iit' Ucptt.Vit:itWv hii takain'
the trouble to evaiuiiie the record to
ascertain by whose .,tt-s in Congress
the jiolieyr; paying Uu intcroit in
gold w:w estal.lisli-d. The result ol
his exaniiuatk.n Inv gives in the Jet
ty sburgh Xittranl nH.l,nx follows:
February ii, 1st;:?, the House of
Iin4i-tmaAyKi at Wasiiinirtoit ritii
ed a bill aulhorizinir Air.o ihio.imio i
Treasury notes aud makmr them a
"legal tender" tW uil dttis ami
manil.i due to the f 'nitnl. Mate fur all
salaiiei, due from the I'miUd
Mates, and for all ielts, jullU- amlpri
vate,wUhtM tlit I'miUd tttitt.' This
bill passed yeas, y.i, nays. Z'J. lint
sije Democrats voted aye, the rest nay.
1 lad tne bill became a law in that
shape, there would Lire betn but one
cumtcyfor nil. , j .. iau.
I he bill went to the Senate, , where
it was amended so as to make these
notes a legal tender for all demands
due to and from the United States,
uexceit for . intt rust o. !-otnh aW
nottt which thall he jmul in coii,'''
February 20, the House voted on
coneurrinjr in this amendment mak
ing itderest payable in coit aud it was
concurred in, yeas nays, S3. But
two Democrats voted , nay, Joseph
Bailey, of Pennsylvania, am! Thomas
E. Nocll, ot Missouri, both of whom
were war men. Jioery otier JJvntit-
trot present voted to coHtn.- in the aSt
atet amendment, and to make the in
terest jxivaUe in eoin.' (See Hout-e
Journal, -2d session' a 7th Cong, p.ige
302.) , . ... - '
The DemocratM of otlavr States who
so voted were, Ancomi oi Berks, ULl
die of Philadelphia, Johnson, ot Nor
thampton, Lehman ofPhlhuieJphia, and
H 'right of Luzerne.
Among thj Democrats of- other
States who voted to make th iuUTet
payable in coin, were UuylitA, ol Con
necticut , Holland, Laic, aaid I'oor-
heet, of Indiana ; Cox, ol7e,' .Xtigeii,
Vendition ami V aOandiyham. ot Ohio;
and Kuapp aud lioliinson, ot .Illinois.
a here were 4i alhrmative Demo
cratic and 4;J Itepnl.lican votes. There
were 55 Kcpuhhcaii negative votes.
The majority w;is but 3;l. Had the
Democracy tliviiied or nearly so', the
proposition would have beun defeated,
and the opposite, policy adopted, But
they went tol'ul for the gold interest,
and it prevailed.
Now, their party is raising a cry
about Its lnil'AatUtt utter Vur I '.rfwana-
"TouTi OlMiolle.tly lui tiiri trw
Hold them to tliis record. What
ever ol uiitluruess exists, is their at'.
Hut it is too hittt - u)w lo . ehanie it
after the contract kM been made. i,
v e have stated the lact mat me
payment on. U.-.to boiuls en yerf.f was
Ibrced upou tho country by the ' votes
DeiiiaM-ratui .M.rfisf-utaiive. ' rM
whom there wVre forty fee ,'llifcir
names are as follows: r"
i Svd. i b:. Aneoiia. l'a.;' t 'harteil J-
Buldle. Pa Wm- tt-Uiewu. WVa.;
Geo.' A. Browne, II. I.; Chas. !'. Calv
ert, Md.;Geo:'T. Cobb, NT J.; Xumio l
Cox, 0., Jos A. Cravens, U-i
Jno. J. Crittenden, Ky.; Gcrt. IV.Uwi
lap, Ivy Jan. K. Eiiiji.sh, Conn.; Disi
y Grider, Ky.J KdwurdUaiL;ht,N.Y.;
Win. A. HnU..;Ato.i ularoii I larding
Ky ; Vm. S. llolinau, ImL; ..Philip.
Jvlmsi Pa.; ' Anthony 1 KmuI'.v IU.;
Jolui Law,' Ind.;' A m. K Ia-iuuuii,
a.,, liobert- MaJlorY. ' Ky.; ' Henry
May, , Al.ir .John W . . Mefsn, ' Ky.;
1rrm J'. SoIjL; O.; J-lhUl' U- 'r-
tou, Mo.; Jiob,rt IL .ngen, .; Mo-.
sesF. Udell, N. Y.; ifeo.'-'JKJ'ttuiU-ttn,
i Nohemifth ' 1'erry, N."J.;
JxU. IUdutuuur 111.; J. .-IUIiiis,-Mo.;
Willi I".SheUield,j:.I.i lW.lv.
Slieel, Oregon ; lulwarl 11. SiuilhN
., JohiaB. Steele, If. Am W m. t
Steele,' N.J.; C. -j' Ya&uid'tyham,
0. Chauucey lfihbardv''N.' ? JhtW
If. IWAm.M; KUjah Ward, N.
YV, Kd win 1 1. j W ebster, Mlu K.
Wlialey, W. Va,; Ch:is. ickliU.
Ky.; ieo. C; Woodruli; Coin.; H. P..
Wright, Pa. ' " "'
Ihe vote was upou cmociirriug in
arSenate anieiiduKUt, to. tho lirw
Tender' Act. by whk-h "gTceubac.Ws'
were not to b a tender l.r interest
on United States Ih.iuIm, which, 'it' was
provided, ahouhl b pai.l m tiUit.
fnu issue, was diieot, uixn this luiigle
eHiestion... 4Im Kepublutin yte was
divided i'i beiur " lavor and
against. . TuFoKTT-m k Dbmocbats
VoTKl VtiSt J'l' A NO l-AUUIKO IT. 11:1.1
they divMcU etjumUy, the measure
would have been detested, 1 nnd all
tlterio years there would have been but
youe (Currency lor ail. 1
Among thu Uepulrticftns wno voted
against this amendment ot the Senate,
and in favor of. making ; "grenbBeks"
ft'Iegal tender for mil purpories,' were
Babbitt, S. to- Blair, Campbell, Dayis,
Hale, lliekman. Kiltmgi-r, Alt Plierson;';
Moorhejid. Stuvetis, V e ree, and v .11
late of'Pemiiyl vania ; Bingham, Blike;
Harrison, and iV orcester, ol tlno:AI-
ln Dawes. FeliUtt. IIooierr SlKUtld-
ing of New loik aiua Mew Kiiglanu
and Julian, Maynard, Shanks,' Shwn,
, - - . ,
Trowbridge, White, . and James F.
Wilson, of tlie Western States ' " -
If any , evils have ' lolloweVl this cs-
jtabbhmeit of ilia existifrg coin inter.
est, the responsibility belongs to those
fyrty-nve liemocrats, wliofe frtiid vote
eettfal the ijuestiou, aiding" therein a
minority of the liepnblie;m.
- Tin record is to be lWuiri iV the
Journal of the 1 House of BrpresifHita"
tives, 2d sess- :i 7 Ui CVwig , ; or Coir-
?ressional Globe, d 87th CVng.
'art 1, p. ViiO ; ti McPhersoir's Pl
litical History of the llebeflion, p. 3.
Let Dwuiocrats study it, and blusli
fqr the dishonesty of leader who now
repudiate a tiuucy which their vottt
forced upon Ute country.
THE BONDHOLDER'S PLATFORM.
"If we, the Democracy, come into
power, there will be no discredit on
our currency, no speculation in paying
TRIBUTE TO GRANTS GREATNESS.
When Congress .wa defeating the
lull to revive the irad
confer that rank yn n.
Grant, jllon. A. J. Rogers, Demo
cratic member of Congress, from
New Jersey said; ,
"I believe Uiat ,ha ,aaAL nfi
illustrious WasLingioa aaay f4j
npou the aboialdeniisMti I be
lieve that he has walked in the foot
steps or the Father ol his Country !
Congressman Finck, an Ohio Dem
ocrat, also used thia-language :
i nonor him, sir, not only for his
brilliant services in the field, but be
cause of his magnanimity in the hour
of triumph, ami his genuine modes
ty. . -.
Pollard of the Richmond Examin
er, paid this tribute to Gen. Grant in
"He had, with remarkable ability,
accorded honorable and liberal terms
to the vanquished -army. He did
nothing to dramatize the surrender ;
he made no triumphal entry into
Richmond; he avoided all thoaa
displays of triumph so dear to the
northern heart; ; he spared every
thing that might wound the feelinir.
or imply the humiliation -of a van
quished foe. There were no Indecent
exultations, no 'sensations.' no
shows ; he received the surrender of
his adversary with every courteous
recognition due an honorable ene
my.'and conducted the closing scenes)
with as much simplicity as possible.'
In its issue of April II, 1865, tho
New York World" says '
"General Grant's last brilliant
campaign seta the final seal upon his
reputation. It stamps him as the
superior of his antagonist, as well
as of all the commanders who bar
served with or under him in the great
campaigas of the last year.
To these extracts it is only neces- .
sary to add the fact that the lata
General Scott just before his death
presented to General Grant ft copy
his- memoirs with the appropri
ate inscription, "From the oldest to
Prof.; D. H. Mahan of West Point, '
a communication to the New York
Daily Timet, pays the following de
served tribute to , our next Preai-
"The military renown of Alexin"
tier rests upon his conquests of tho '
unmilitary hordes of the East-by ths
largest and finest army, in every re
spect, that ureece up to tlis time
had produced ; that of Hannibal rests
upon . his passage of the Alps into
Italy, opposed only by (he barbarous -tribes
on his line of. march, and,
subsequently, by rash and incompe
tent Roman Consuls ; Cesar's on bis
conquest of the semi-barbarous and
TWtiToluipey; llBilUlll tlj
Greaf and Napoleon' I. of our peri
od, in their victories over armies '
greatly inferior to theirs in disci
pline, and led by generals infpmpe-
tent from age and lack of military tal
ent, while Grantjhas crushed one of tho
most formidable rebellions, whether
we regard the numbers, the inteUt i
genee, and the pveans engaged in it, .. ,
that the world has ever witnessed;
iind, as alleged by his ' detractors.
lotk at home and abroad, against
leaders superior to himself In goner- -1
alship, . against troops superior to
his own in chivalry, dash, and all , ,
other fighting qualities ; '- operating .
a country every men oi wmcn was
thoroughly known to them, and ren-
lened defensive by all the resources
nature and art skillfully combined.
And this he did by measures of which,
he was the originator, taking for bis .
own" position the inoat important and
moat dillicult one 01 Uo wor w dv
doneuV r - : '
Seymour and the New York Soldiers.
i(n the 10th day of February, 1864,
a bill was introduced into the Assem
bly Ad Aim Suite of .New York, to ai-1
lowilie Xew York soldiers, then ab
sent in tlu field to vote. On the nth
the copperheads commenced their fkc- t
ticios opposition to' t,' by motions to
adjourn, etc.. hoping thereby to stave
it oil, , and defeat its passage. - The-
ITni. n men, however, managed to bo
enre a vote, which resulted in sixty-
RVij Republican yeas, to fifty-nine cop-
ptibeud nays.; it went to tns oenaio,
and passi-l that body ny a strict party
vote. The Jay alter its massage Gov
ernor S'ymour vetoed the bill. Tho
Republican, n jhav'nfr the power to
pass it oxor the .veto, finally, and is
leliance ot the presisten,t and determ
ined opiosition of the ctipperjieada, .
succe.ile.1 in accomplishing the result
by an amendment to the Constitution,
by wl(k h the- right of the New York
.soldiers to vote was secureu.
CUT THIS OUT—PRESERVE IT.
During the approaching Presiden
tial campaign the question wii fre
qdently arise; How many electoral
vetes aro there?. How many for
each State ? For the benefit of those
who tnay not already know, we give
the following statement: '
lie.trj;! . -, ..
tt s Kentaeky '
,' i p Hinneaoia
3 New Jeraer
IJ Nrth Carolina
2S Khuda lalaad
, a TeaaeesBB
New Yuk j i'
Snath Cffl . r
VireuiM -; -
NeeesaarT to Klect
;'lf Colorado BhonM be admitt'v
into the Union previous . ts the ele.f
tion, the agregate number of. ejectors
will be iuc reaaed to oU. It wiU then
require 161 to elect.
- '0ur people are harresaed by ths
heavy demands bf the Tax gatherer.' '
True, but did not , Mr. Seymour
omit to say that these taxes wers-
collected to pay a debt contracted ia ji
the prosecution oi a war conceived,
licgun, earned on and fought by
Democrats, in short, that these taxes
are collected to pay tho great Dem- e
ocraUcdebt? Is Seymour afraid to j
tell the whole troth? '