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FOR VIC'EtttSIDKNT :
FRANK P. BLAIR,
Br.vator Wtr-KOf,. of Massachu
setts,. ha frankly declared that the
liiiHls of reconstruction lit the adop
tion, by the South, of New England
Ideas, and that there can Ihj no rt-j
union, no pence, limn mis is iuny no
coniplished. And what are thoc
2Jw England hlcns t Thr luariing
one Is, that tlierc are higher laws than
tfhe Constitution, which are to shape
the destinies of this country, and
theso hliihcr lam arc, 'simply anil
solelv. the will of the puritanical fa-
natlcd whose progenitors bunted j lty Is assured against Ignorance and
witches, persecuted Quakers, and corruption, and nuui must be recou
trampled under foot the rights of all Utructed before these destructive ele-
less mtrltnuieal thou the standard!
they Imd erected In themselves.
OAtB of th lii lawless self-conceit,
grew the idea Unit ttio Shnon-pures
of New England purilanlsm were
fully competent to abrogate or anient
the laws of God by muking those
equal whom ho has created unequal,
and importing to tho most inferior
race of mankind tho attributes of the
highest. These arrogant blasphe
mers, seeing their inability to perfect
tills broad equality, by changing the
color of tho negro's skin, conceived
tho idca that the change may be ef
fected by miscegenation. And as the
laws of nnture must conform to the
will of New England, this beastly
suggestion must bo reduced to prac
tice. In. order, however, to carry out
a scheme condemned by natural law
nnd repugnant to the higher Instincts
of tho white man, tho uid of despotic
power Is invoked to prevent relt
unco while tlio debusing doctrines of
free love, aud every other New Eng
land lux, are breaking down tho bar
riers erected by natural laws, in well
as by every moral and religious agen
cy heretofore employed for the ad-
YlUlOCmim t. nf iiinnfclml 111 fcllow-
freo love, which Is but another term
for Indiscriminate prostitution, have
already obtoini-d such- a hold upon
ninny in tho North, that the "Revo
lution," a pn-per in Washington, and
tho organ of "fust women," bus pub
lished to the world the startling prop
osition thnt it Is more honorable to
he n mistress than a wife.
This rapid debasement imist soon
rcmovo every obstacle; at tho North,
to 'brutal mNcegcnatlon, and If the
South can be equally degraded, the
lit'Kro iiu-o will ultimately dlsuppear,
so far as color Is concerned, nnd the ;
only vestige left of him will be found !
in mi iguorant, debif-ed, brutalized !
tvi iittiii quid,M much liko the pres
ent white man ns the mnlo Is like
tho horse, nnd ns much like tho ne
gro us brutality and Ignorance lire
These nre the New England ideas
tliat must le adopted nnd acted upon,
by tho South, liefore there can Is1
pence and reunion. And in view of
their atrocious Iniquity, Fernando
Wood was jiistitledin saying that the
next greatest curse to the full of Adum
was (lie binding of the Puritans upon
Plymouth Roi k. Adam's full brought
dentil and sin into the world, and tho
advent of tho Hii'ltlius to tills conti
nent brought nothing less to this
people, and by tho t-outngion of ex
umple, entailed both iivon all civilis
ed countries, In proirtion to their
Intercourse with iw. In proof, we
cite to tho cruel
horrid murders peculiar to New Eng-pind
land hi the earlier period of It.-i coin-1
uiul existence. Its enrly history is a
cntniogue of slu and death. And
even after the nobler attribute, the
more ceneroiM virtues of tiie Hirgo-lso
ulnil CavuliVrs had, by precept1
untl example, suppressti tho open
nriul 'istntioiit of lurltun Iniquity,
tlielr innate liialevoluiieeaudsi.ie-ioiw'of moresulwtantlid service. Mnv the
celt, tinder the guise ol'a higfMi'dirls-1
t!iin character, commenced sowing
tho seeds of sin nnd death which
ylelded so rich a harvest
in tiie late
New England Ideas brought ntmtit ;
that war, und New England Idcos
Kiive It Unit i linractcr td' lu iital fi us;-
ny iiieu iu i-1 m ignui op.ni
the intloti nnd nge. New England
idcas Mill sunder tiie I'nloii. lorthe
preservation of which the war was
hypocritically a go. I, nnd New I'hig-
land Ideas still foment sectional dls-!
c ml and t!u cominUiloii of every
crime know u toluunaiilty. New Eng
land ideas nre Plttcily hostile to our
or pncrnnu iii, and II nrro-
jiauce und self-isuict ll will Is? content
with ii-t 1 1 1 nvr short of iu rndlenl
overthrow nnd n New I'ne.hind des-
pchiu over the entire p, op... And
n a laae people liiu-l Is' d. moral!-
cd nud .!. ;iail'd U-tole they can bo
C'v'. iv !. New Ivnvlaml vohmt.-iis,!,,
l. uio. n. r moi ii ami l ukIous re
.t iltit i f t " i. t. iut i i , i
i corrupt uud
Tfiwerc the Idena the- Pbnth la re-rjiilreri-to
nifoiii ia b condition prece
dent tb rnonuil-rDnHtnictlon of
the Unioiw. Every carpet-bnpger Is
rt mlwlonnryto Inculcate tlieMS dd-r-trlnc,
and every Boallaw-ug a hired
The news from Spain indicates a-1
suecessftd revolution and Oie flight of
tlia (Juwn.to FrimcK Forgenermtlona
flint ooiiiftry lias been the weno of a
mttft hufcfiil ilcHpotlsm, (second only
' ""'k' rerlmija it may
touching that tho most thoroughly
lown-trmltln people crtn he driven to
suwfwtil rosUtaut'c through griovoiM
It In to bo regretted, however, that
the revolutionists contemplate the es
tablishment of n republic on the ruins
of a monarchy. The Spanlanl arc
certainly not better fitted foruelf-gov-
prnment than the peopleof the United
States, and the signal fuiluro of t hi j
republic . should warn tho former
against an ex)crimcntdostiiicd to an
enrly and similar result.
The best government for any people
la a limited monarchy with such safe
guards for popular rights as once dis
tinguished the government of Croat
Britain. But even that government,
ouco so fil m and wise and just Is tot
tering underthe blows of demngogues
who clamor for universal suffrage
the hlghwoy to anarchy and conse
The history of mankind develojM
no plan of government whose biabll
..,.u ..u r
tlons that cmliody on cntlro iKople.
In every nation, known to history,
virtue and Intelligence are and ever
have been, In a minority, and so long
. j as tho opposite elements are in the
' . . i . in .
ascennuni, jusi so long ' "i evi-rjr ni-
tempt at self-government fall.
The first question that should claim
the attention of statesmen in the es
tablishment of a government Is,
whether vlrtno and Intelligence shall
govern vice and iguorance, or the hit
ter govern the former. If tho ques
tion bo decided In favor of a gov-
ernmentof virtue and Intelligence,
then it will follow una matter ofi
course, that the Idea of universal suf
frage must be repudiated as Incompat
ible Mith wisdom and stability. Up
on this theory, our government was
originally founded, nnd In every State,
we believe, the ballot lsx was guard
ed with wholesome restrictions upon
suffrage. Thechmiorof deinugoguos
eventually removed these restrict ions,
and from that period date the innova
tions that sapped the morals of con
stituencies and rapidly nnd Inevitn-
bly resulted In the tyranny which op-
preos us to-uay.
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, w . lnv vummiou "i
i.i,..Sm i .uexieo, nnii u will oe a race
Iwitufr.lt tint Who nliii'.l diuI ..tn...1 ...j !
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iiiiiiMiiiiiMiuirak siiiu 10 unit uo-
Thk communication, in reference
to n meeting of the Democratic Chili,
should have been published last week,
but whs sent In too late. Wo com
mend its tone and the policy suggest-
ed. But what good will It do? The
same policy we have urged, again und
again upon our people, but could oiler
1,0 money Inducement foritsadoptlon
nn'' ,,ll ""ggest Ion was unheeded nnd
wl" heagniu. Denunciations of our'
oppressors nre upon almost every lip,
but nsk those noisy friends of lllierty
to retaliate upon tho tyrants in the
only peaceable way open to us, nud
tiie practical answer is : O, no ! it will
'l'"1 ,w to maw Inconvenience, or cost
...it...... i i. .i... i
a dime; wo wish success to the work,
but want other to do it.
When oppression sets easy upon n
people, why seek to throw it off?
When negro supremacy Is objectiona
ble only In theory, why resist its
nracticnlnimllcution? When welinve
no wmnira wnrfh ri.lr..sKlnir ...i,v
tnkctho trouble to retallnto? It is
unchristian to do so, and besides it
may otl'end someone from whom we
may gain a dime.
We tender our sincere thanks to the
! lady managers of the Orphan Asy-
lum for their Mattering votof thanks,
to Mrs. Munford, tho Secretary,
for the courteous terms In which she
, notified us of the same. Tho only
clits-k to the gratitU'ution aflorded us,
Is tho consciousness of having done
little to merit such evidences nf riv-
prov-d-unless, Indid, g,s,d wishes
.such agencies, wtabUah
for the continuotl suiveMtor the liistl-lnmt
'tutlon aiviuir pterins the equivalent
ladles reullze their fouilest hopes for
the futoro of their oiiIiau proteges,
und live long to enjoy the highest re-
word the consciousness f u noble
purpose faithfully executed.
Likvtknant J. J,
Pnync has lieen
i q"ittiil, nt Wiislilngton, of tho
j-v.v... ...r. B,j
Hruwnlow. It seems thnt liW only
crime while at Knoxville wnsthnt he
acted the gentleman. Rrownlow
construed tilts Into disloyalty and a
reflection upon Undlcul character.
Tim pM rs say tliat tho Radical
procession In PldlmMpliia was one
hour and a half In passing u given '
point, bill omit
to Mate tliat the is.int
was ngiog Iiop.
Tiik Ri-gMer of Duvldsou county ;
n fils. to give eerlitlcutes to young:
men w lio luive Just become of nge.
n s H villainous act, hut It dm not i
UK0 ft-om the yuiuig lu u the ubllity
t 1 1 ( ; r r. i j r ;
CI.AKIC8VIM.E, Sept. 2S, rSOS.
Editor Chronitilc: At a rowUtigi
gomery county, held at the Cpurt-
house In tlvtt) city, on Friday evening from Pennsylvania, TlieStute Ooin
hwt, nn effort wan mndo to organize a ! mittee advise tlmt the Democrat aro
Colored Democratic Club. Able and Xffl'KK
utirrlng speeches were made by Col. nnred.
J. W. Hones, H. H. Lurton Esq., and A letter from Arkansas to an x
Gen. W. A. Quarles : but, contrary ,St'n,lt'r rteclnres thnt Heymonrand
.!. - .,Mii.n. Bluir will carry tiie tiUte by twenty
rrrn? cxpecttlons of thr awllcner, ' , ...',. ., tf ..
when. a call was made for the colored i
men present, who desired to enroll
their names as members of the club,
to come forward and do so (, Thomas
Beaumont, a bar-M,. aud James
Burkmliile, an exnrwa driver, were
the only ones preset who were wiu-.i
Now, Mr. Editor, the question nat
urally arises, as to what remunera-
tion sltould be extended to these two
1.1' 1 n t..l..Mn V niA
tlms alil to stem the current of lladi-
tnus awe w sum uie current ojxuuii ,
eal oppresHion, tnrears ana menaces, j
ana enroll memscives as inemis 10 .
the white ince, Thomas Beaumont
lms a neat and comfortable barber
whop, In an accessible port of the
city, at ull times waited upon by cx-
pcricuccd and attentive barbers.
Then let every young man In the city
come to the relief of this man In one
solid column, and pledgo himself not covered Duncan trying to escape. Re
Diilliui White onfusinir to sttrrender. they fired upon
Ueorge Barkcrns long as they stand j 1
out in enmiiyio mem. inese i i
last named hnvo had repeated and
urgent solicitations to enroll them
selves as members of tho club, yet
they have failed to do so, and it Is
high time that the young men who
patronUe them should know It.
James Barksdalo has a good horse
and express wagon, nnd when any
of our citizens have, need of one, he
can easily lie found. We should be
friends to those who ore our friends.
Kor the Chronicle.
THE STEAM PLOl'UII.
Mil. Euitoh : This plow, Invented
by me, will take up six plows in less
time than two horses can take up one.
It Is not adapted solely to prurlo land-',
as some have affirmed, but Is Intended
for farms whore horses hnvo worked
j b(,for0) a)(J to mlpprHC,ie llorBes entire
ly and get rid of the expense of keep
ing them and tho outfit required to
make them useful in the field of
tjv this Invention, one man and one
boy the former as engineer and the
latter as fireman will drlvesix plows
nnd do tho work of twelve horses.
This plow I Invented years ago, but
It Is only two years since I made a
model, In the Phoenix Foundry, at
Iiouisville, and deposited It in the
shop of the Jj. & N. R. R., where It
was stolen, but recovered In u few
weeks, Just ns it was about to be pat
ented. It was suggested that a ma
chino for three plows would cost less
nnd morc lu demand. Accordingly
mfYMfkVW.. AWi KffW,rK,tf
' " I
; furnishing mo with tools nnd mate-
' pillUflt ,,,,,...,,,., n.tlimwl..li.
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ri 0ii r,., ,i .. i, ,
taelicd In a moment and the engine
attached to the farm wagon, the
threshing machine, a saw or grist
mill. The engine remains fixed up
on its frame, out of gear with the
plows, but In gear with nny other
The object of this publication Is to
secure thoaldof soiuo uuinof capital
to start the business. The machine
has been examined by some of the
best mechanics and approved. Any
person or jiersons who may desire a
partnership, can communicate with
mc In person or by letter.
The Camden, South Carolina Jour
nal, publishes tho following card:"
Mm. Editor. About sixteen
months since, I Joined the Union
Is'iigueof ('iimdcn, thus uniting my
fortune with tho Radical party.
I now confess that 1 am heartily
inhumed of the rorty und IU leaders,
uud take tills public method of re
nouncing my faith und lillegianiie to
it. And ill doirn? so. 1 advise nil mv
colored ft lends to dissolve their coii-
nectionwitli it and unite with the
iDemocrutic party, as I think that
r arty ulono can save tho country.
tis my Intention to voto tho Demo
cratic ticket, mid to get all to unite
with me that I possibly can. I have
nothing whatever to say in Justifica
tion of my past course, except that
it was an error of the head. J, Jl.
The following choice specimen of
Radical eiixmcnco upjicars in the
sHHfh delivered the other day by
(ten. Kil pat rick at the Soldiers'
Couvi'iilion in Philadelphia :
I wish to God we could make a
T 1.... ...I .1. !..! & 1.. v .
traitor, Frank Rlnlr lilsses were
, hero to-dny with tills crowd alone.
V 0 put lllierty und I nion In
the advance against them nud treas
on. And Mill Tbvy t'ome.
Colonel John M. Council, of I.nn
caster, Ohio, who stood nt (lie head of
the Lincoln clectorlul ticket of Ohio
hi lNHt, and whownHtbegiillnnteoin-
uiundei of the 17th Ohio regiment, is
ouispoiu'ii iidvis-oii. of IK .
tiou of Seymourond Itlulr. The t'ol.
'onel is not only u gallant soldier, but.
ja speaker of rare ability.
t omnel Richard Coulter, of Penn-
sylvniilu "lighting Dick." ns ha whh
familiarly styled in the Army of the1"'1"! fact. lU'foiTing to it theeditor
Potomac a gallant soldier, who !"' h-oin this table it iippeurs tluit
was shot through nnd through has "'e debt on tho 31st of August lust
reiiounced Radicalism, nnd is now on I WUB greater by over one hundred nnd
I ho stump In Western Pennsylvania sixty-eight millions than on the 1st
for Seymour and Rlair. He Is mil v 1 of April. 18)15. the autuusim-iit i of
' one of the tlioiisunds in the Keystone
"'"to who have recently Joined tho
Thk IjouUville Jour mi I Mm
ciciveriior X'snce's speeches In Nort
i iironiia : I'.vi rv worn weighs it
Ion." Whut of it? We put Carl
Si huii ngsiiist him whose "every
wonl" is Teu-ton. Hartford iW,
1ik Hcrvant eirls of New York
guve, a few weeks ago, almt f.'lo,inii
I if ill-' n .p. ' n, v.id- p H-Uet.
Washington, Oct. 2. The Demo-
wlved nuiKt ncouraginir intclliirenc
.i1.i - ,ti,iii to ttWrrs will h nnmo-
crntie. lteglstrntion Is genernl
tnrougnoiH me mate, anu the vote
t)ie Democrat. In Jefferson county
nione, which In the spring was Kadl-
w,u i"";- uu numw
oned the curpet-bnggers.
, Memphis, Oct. 3. Democratic pa
pers tliis morning assert that six
thousand stand of arms and ammu
nition have lieen shipped by the Loy-
nl Jieoguesor iMtssoun ty the steam-
vr nel,e Memphis for ncjrrocs of tills
and Little Rock. Ark.
IiMhop Qj,itard, of tiie Protestant
Kpfucopivl etiuiTIl, nns InterdlcteU
ritualism In his diocese.
A younir man named O'Brien was
shot and killed by Wash Duncan, at
Charleston, Miss., Thursday night.
O'Brien was guarding Duncan, who
hail been nrrcstcu for intrgiary, and in
anungarded moment Duncan seized
his gun aud shot hlra. The citizens
picketed tho roads, and next day dis-
Hcultv that theciti.ens were restrain
ed from lynching him, as O'Brien
was universally beloved and rcsiiec-
New Oiit-eaxs, Oct. 8. A storm
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Tnuwi,nv n,Rht nnd nns rnsC(, cver
since with but sliort invervuls and
'shows no siijn of cessation. Contin
uouseast winds liavo backed the
ter of Lake Pontchartrain through
the canal and swamps, until the
whole, rear of tho city is inundated
with an unbroken sheet of water from
Clnlborn street to the lake. The wa
ter is pouring over tho banks of the
eanals, and is still rising. Tiie Pont
chartrain railway and Beveral street
rail-roads are obliged to stop running,
tneir tracks neliiirovernoweo.
The rains have been heavy ond gen
oral throughout the State for the past
Washington, Oct. 2.- Official no
tification was received at tho State
Department yesterday from Minister
Hale that tiie Spanish monarchy has
ceasetl to exist, ami tnat a provision
al government has been orgunizod.
This lias occasioned some talk in di
plomatic circles. It is deemed ccr
tain that tho United States will take
nn early occasion to recognize t lie
Provisional Junta ns the de facto
irovernmcnt or hpaln
Secretary McCulloch sold to-dn'
that the officers In the United States
mint in Colorado must resign.' They
nre accused of purloining the funds.
An order has lieen Issued by the
Treasury authorities that on nnd ni
ter Monday the clerks In that deport
ment must remain at work from four
in the afternoon. Considerable
General Sehofield has Issued nn or
der reducing the garrison in Virginia
tolmccu hundred troops, which, ly
ca rem I calculation, isiust nueen linn
dred more than there is nny necessity
flan....... .Mttruic the Idea MKT Kn at
tempt has lieen made to assassluntc
the Viceroy of Egypt. At last ac
counts lie was perfectly well
IlAHTKonn, Oct. 5. Hnrlford gives
7o0 of a Democratic majority, a gain
400 over last fall
una iw over lust
New Haven gives 019
niujority, which is more than last fall
though ivs than last spring,
The Harford Times says, on tho
scattering returns received "from vari
ous counties, the Democrats uruin
(largely, showing thnt had t hero been
a general ticket they would have glv
en 5,000 majority. .
New London, Sept. 5. The Re-
puhllcans have elected the town clerk
by 3.i majority, nnd twootheroffleers,
Tho Democrats carried the rest of the
ttcket liy 15 majority.
IIaiitvohd, Conn., Sept. 15. The
election to-day for town officers re
sulted In the success of the Democrat
ic ticket by 538 majority, which is
about tiie same as that of last snrlmr.
counting the relative losses and gains
of both parties. The voto appropri
ating it half million dollars from the
town trensury hi nid of two new ruil
road. projects is carried l y a large
vote. The following is the result of
the vote: ! or Connecticut Western
road, 4,028; against, 31il. ForOonneo
ticut Valley road, 4,0!i4; agulnst, 619.
This secures tiie building of both
Nw In veil has elected the Demo
cratic ticket by 017 majority, against
last spring. A 1 ieino'erat-io loss
of 1,830, This loss will ost al) Dem
ocrat io gains made thus fur and leave
largo margins. Towns thus furhenrd
from show a considerable Republican
gain. Middletown, which weretlarge
ly DemiM-rutic Inst year, elects a por
tion of the Republican ticket tills
year. Meridnn uud othcrtowiwshovr
large Republican gains.
NoKWicii, Ct., Oct. 5. Returns
from towns of the Third Congression
al District show Republican gains.
Norwich gives 4"l Republican major
ity ugainst 210 over the election lust
spring. Tiie Democratic niil.rlv In
New Ixmdoii is rtshiced, and puit of
1... I 1.1 I .!..!. . . . .
viiv ivvjiuuiiriii ticKei eiecteil.
WATERiirHV, Conn., Oct. 5. The
Democratic ticket for town clerk was
elected to-day by a nnilorhv nfll'iO
against STOlnstyenr. Th Democrat
ic collector was elected i,y only 63 ma
jority. irjvruu ii'ii-zrnpuie i(irnio
l iinrli r.J
ine iAiumviiu I iinrli r.J
Wasiiiniiton, Oct. ft, The lutein
gcucor prints an article this evening
ex-.Tecretary ot the Treasury
lhibt. J. W ulker from tho bisiksof
' treasury, with the approbation
lof Secretary McCulloch. ft i Hu-
theiitie und accurate; it contuin no
'conjectures or estimates, but only re'
inereuse exeetsliiig torn niilllon dol-
I he Ue ;t Is greater by oVlT thirty-
the 1st of Mn v last, being thirty-rive
millions einlity-rtve tliousaiij four
...v iiiniii'ii iimiiin, iiiaii il u mm mi
hundred and cighty-M dollars. Oil
this basis the yearly rate of inurense
'f debt wouhl ctrr it.c-l..ili1red
ind live millions r dolUr. If to
I this uniiiml rule of Increase we add
the lntcroM at thu ratA il nix iMr
cent. s-r uniiiini, isuniouiiiled aniiu-
ally for luenty .iar-, the debt, in-
stead of lelng paid, would be more
than donhle and would largoly ex
ceed five thousand millions of dollars.
The monthly increasoof that debt for
ronr months was at the rate of eight
millions seven hundred thousand nor
month, and in August was upwards of
iweive iii u ions, ints increase, it
it ahould be noted, Is during thogrcat
quarter when the average rate of rev
enue from imports exceed about one
third tho rate for the fiscal year.
uui mis lame exniDits a still more
alanninir fact. It Is. that while the
debt ocarina interest In currency had
decreased on the 81st of August last
$fl,2!,40728 from the 31st of March,
180.5, the delit bearing Interest In coin
had nearly doubled, having iiicreanMl!00"0010" count or the school
on the 31st of August last, $9U,ni:i,0o0
oo since ine uist or Man-li, ihhtj; thus,
on tho 30th of April, 1805, the annual
Interest payable in coin was only
$03,978,412, whileon the 8 1st of August
last Ilie ILIlllllill po In Inrnrmit. liml
reached $123,573,821, the Increase ofi
annual Interest being $59,65,209. '
Now tho total annual Interest In A. T. Stewart, the Now York dry
coin and currency as shown by the'Roods merchant, has instituted a suit
table Is $102,830,531 on the 31st March
18C5, and $127,948,011 on the 31st of,
August lust, showing an Increase In : '"reo me payment oi u,oiw, loo,
the annual interest pnyable in coin ,00 of vhloh, It Is alleged, was bor
and currencv on tha aist of AmruKt 1 rowed from Steward by Hopkins.
Inst of $25,112,080. I
nut tins, as shown uv the tnhie is,
)t notonlyrenl Incrense thns we have
seen that whilst on the 30th of April
eo, mo annum currency interest was
$45,127,930,, it had fallen on the 81st
of August last to $4,874,990, whilst
the annual coin Interest bud increased
nearly sixty millions dollars.
Tim account would then stand thus
on the 80th of April, 1808: coin inter
est converted Into currencv. $93,418,-
481; currency interest at that dnte,
$45,127,936; total annual Interest In
nil. ...... ii. aiOQ Oll Alt An Q1o4
August, 1808: coin interest converted
into currency, 180,417,080; actual cur-
rency Interest, $4,374,990. Currency
interest, 31st August, 1808, f 184.7UZ, -
970; currency Interest after the close
of the war, 30tb April, 1865, $138,730,-
417; lncrensed Interest 81st August,
1808. $46.058.5o9. Thus we see that
since the close of the war the annual
interest of tho public, debt has In
creased upward of $40,000,000. This
increase in the nnnual Interest would
represent a principal sum exceeding
Memphis, Oct. 6, About four
thousand stand of arms arrived here
lliuiirailll IfLHUU VI Ulliin niuvvu
this morning or, the Relle Memphis,
from St, Louis, consigned to li. o! !
Eckson, Little Rock. It Is alleged;
they are for arming the negroes in
tilS mllltmry .Shori.
mat state, as
ties know nothing of them, there Is
tion among tho citlisens here. All
I I I I 1 A a. (,It
the Will to and Arkansas river
boats refuse to take them on any
terms. They are consequently left
on the levee.
PiTT.sui'Ka. Oct. 6. The Demo
crats held an Immense meeting here
to-dny. Preparations were made on
a large scale, no effort being spared
to make the greatest domontration
prnpuinn lit Witsti.ni PpiinsvlrmitiL.
Tlieilay was fair and beautiful. Del -
egiitions imm the county were nu-
memus, and the lurge procession was
two hours and ten mlnutcsin passing
a given point. The imsiness
along the various portionsof the route
were profusely decorated with flags,
Chinese lanterns, Ac. Among the
distinguished speakers present ore
Hons. Cleorgolt. Pendleton, HelsteriOOO. In addition to thnt the devil
Climer, Edgar Cowan, nnd others.
The torchlight procession to-night
is a grand affair. The streets along;
ilie iineoi iiiepiiieus.iiiiiiiii.- iiiroiittt
Salem, Oct. 5. The
Republican Massachusetts Conven
tion to-day nominated Richard H
Dana, Jr., for Congress by acclama
tion. Mr. Dunu has accepted the
New York, Oct, 5. W. F. Richie,
formerly editor of tlieRlchniond En
quirer, died on Friday iiiltatimoro of
Memphis. Oct. 0. Ocn. Gordon
Granger arrived last night, and will
.....,l.l:..l. il. l. .i. ......... ..r ,i... ti..
VBinuic-,11 iiiv iieMiiiut ir-o, in 1 1 iu ju- , . ......
C M, l'.,,l...l.,.l 1.. tl.lJ!t'Af",
Tiie arms destined for Arkansas, In
coiwfiueiice of the refusnl of all
steamboats to tnke them, have been
stored hero to await 01 . ers from Little
What Uarnnar Meymour did far
l'ttniio) Ivanla and for the Army
Oovernor Curtln Invitee all the loy
al ex-Uovcrnorx to eunie to Philmlt'l
lililn on the 1st of Oetohor to meet the
tiie Itoys In Itlue. A hnppy time l
rtnticiputcd. Of eoitme Oovernor Kev
mour won not invited to inct the
the tmly loyitl. His loyalty wan of u
(lift'erent quality from that of these
patriot leUovernora. TiieiinwnHniiiii
ift'Hted in wonls. Oovernor Seymour
Hliowed hi fi'lendHhip for the Mohlier
In the Held, and ills love for hi en
duiiKered conn try in deeds. When
the army of General Itnaeeraiift wnV
alllicted with ncurvy nit appeal was
Wide to the loyal Governors for veno
tahlcx. Every one nf them, (lover
norCurtiii Ineludwl, responded to the
apeal of General HKoriiiin hy re
ferriiifr him to the Hanitary Comnils
sion. But GovernorKeymour prompt
ly wnt one hundred and fifty ham-Is
of potatoes nnd fifty barrel h of onlona,
raised on hi own lurm. Tiiey were
tho only vegetable reeolved hv the
urinyof General itosecran before it
wits nut on tho march. Jtut Gover
nor Seymour wan not loyul enough to
ninet tlue lofty pntiiots.
When the army of Iee overrun
PeniiKj lvanhi, In 1HC3, and when the
"trully loyal" (iovernor of rennsyl
viuiia was iniikliiK frnntle appeal 'for
troops, Governor Seymour wit the
first to respond. His rt'nimontu were
inareliinv; through the streets of liar
rUljurg.U) meet the iitvadera of the
State, lieforo Oovernor Curtln wu
able to raise a company. While the
loyal men In Harrishurtr, trembling
in thejointsof tlielrkneea, rilled with
consternation, were hurrying out
of the city to place of safety;
when (iovernor Curl in wa fear
fully nnticipatiiix the arrival of the
divudcd lels-U with an eiiKine Hretl
up to U'arhim la a upoelul traiu be
yond the reueh of duUKer. the HUcor
hastily Hi nt by the put riot l Gover
nor of New York arrived. Then loy
alty wa full of Niucere expression of
nmtitmle. uovernor ihiniii iieere
tary Stanton, President Lincoln,
iiliiiscir, were loud In their neknowl-
edKcmenU of the great nervlce ren
ilered by Governor Seymour. Hut
now the very men wnoae imui hi Ju
ly, 1H6I, would have fallen from their
fear-palsied tinirei'M are busy In foul
ami riilHOcnanresormsioyaiiy iitrainsi
(Jovernor Scynioiir. Tiie oyl Gov
ernor or I'eiinsvivaniH iiiviicm ine
meet ill Philadelphia, but exclude 1
HlVe, IIUI til lllJ A- "I 1 IITTI IB I'lBH
Governor Sevinotir. but for whom 1
IhU tiirv llnivrnnr I'tirllu wotihl !
have Ims-'ii fugitive from hi own
Stale, 'ltd In it fair cxeinjillftc'a'lon
of Itadlcal (rrallludc, ef Hailic! insn-
lines, llnrrit'iurtj Pufrinr,
Tli Actual rigam f tar Rial Dakt.
v Frlor t January 1, IROfl, tho liabili
ties of tho State of Tennessseeare sta
ted at $r,547,100J According to tho
statement made to the Ix-gTslature,
the aggregate debt on tho 9th Inst
was !SJ4,71,702 75, showing an in
crease of $14,724,e.-)0 75. This, It will
he borne In mind, Is a Brownlow no
count; und per contra, the real Indebt
edness Is stated hi the Nashville
Union and American of tho 11th
Inst, ns $.10,SS7, 137 73, an Increase of
$16,840,031. 73 over the liabilities of
1861. Even to this It Is stated that
the accrued Interest, very near a mill-
!loni I" to ho added, as also $1,637,000
fund, but otherwise appniprlnte!, and
thus an iudeUedness to that fund,
innking about $.19,000,000 In all, which
shows that In tho three years ond a
half of Rrownlow rule, some fifteen
millions hnvo been added to the State
the Kenton Circuit Court agulnst
L. C. Hopkins, of Cincinnati, to en-
The latter has nbout $20,000 worth of
pmiwriy , in uovingion, wmcn is
claimed by his trustees in bankruptcy
for the benefit of all the creditors.
A prominent Radical paper of New
York quotes what It culls "the treas
onable and revolutionary utterances"
of twenty-one Northern and Southern
Demoeraticspenkers and newsnnners.
nurl fhnv dlut.,ilA.I f., .wi.n l...l l.A
...... J ..."i I N piif. v Mill, fcllC
minions or .Democrat in the two
sections are disaffected to the govern
ment. The journal wo refer to has
evidently hunted laborously for all
; sucn utterances and can nnrt hut
twenty-one. These it parades wltli
' great exultation. Is the whole South
. to dc condemned ror the Indiscretion,
or crimcseven.of less than two doren
men? As wo said yesterday, the
only capital the Radicals use Is the
misrepresentation and perversion of
the imprudent speeches of a handful of
men. in so doing they acknowledge
mat me argument is agninst them
Richmond Whig Serf. 23.
Deattt of Hox. Taz. W. New
man. We regret, to henrof the death
of Hon. Tazewell W. Newman, of
i.t.ii tr it
J""" V' k",
Hedled at his res-
tracted Illness. Mr. Newman was
! " L f5? Tenn Sena te dur-
TneT! ?S?int ,,urln tho ar'
Union A American.
After January 1st the fee on regis
tered letters will be lo cents instead
I The Baltimore Comerclal (Soy
t mour) says of Jeff. Davis : "Ail the
'guest of some English Earl, he will
. do no discredit to America's order of
I ArlHtrMr&cv..LlinSA nnfaunta an mn.
! terred by tlod Almighty In honesty of
neart and sincerity or purpose.'
Rittiieiifoiid County Fair. Hie
agricultural fair In Rutherford county
will open at Murfrecslioro on the
Tennehrkeowos a debt of $33,000,
holds a morgnge on her Governor.
TWKLFIU Qt.HtTKKLT STATKMK.VT
I , i
nv inuv.. .
Fur quarter ending Momlny, (let. S, 1SB8.
ted U. H. llonds owned hy
the Hank '
Heal K.stHte, (ltankhi
Fiirnliure nml dxnin-s,
Huh from V. H. Tiensu-
50,01 m on
I lirnl Tenilir Xotp... f..a-. 21
Ntilloillll llHIlk NuIim. .
e.ixl ml ,:
2I, il l:W,-7 01
f .lW.u.') mi
. . J.IACILITIFX
('ujittiil Stoek tiutia In)
I'rodlK, vUt ,
F.xcluitiKeHefomit 10..1I7 IX
Mn i liix Klilid 7j(,io 21-
l ll.I.DVi (Ml
C.AIlKSVtl.l.K, TKXNK.'WRK, 1
Miim.iomkiiv Cot N-rr. f
I, W M. P. Hi' hk, 1'iiHlilerof Hid l'h-Hl Kit
tluiiiil Hiitik of (.'lurkiiville. 'IVnn.. ilo Mil
entnly NWeur Unit I lie itluive Nliiteinetil Ih
true und rorreet lo tho Imit of my knowl-
Klaned.J ' IVM. P. Hl'.MK, filthier.
Bworn In anil ttlMerllMtl before mo, tlila
-Ull day ol lk-tolwr, IMM.
THE ST. LOUIS
f OMPASY !
rpilN COMPANY, Hf) FXTK.VKI VKI.Y
1 lutronlanl throiiKlioiit tlio West unci
Kottilt luui pt iived their friend in need and
ostuliUHlied Its claium to lltulr eateeiu uud
lis M-inl-antiiinl report nnd atitteinent In
the Ut of July, !, ultow nit liierenae
lilb'hly luitUfH. l.iry to Its oini-erNiiiKl ihiIIi v
ImldeniHiid alwi lo tUu ll-in. l.llr.ur wriulii,
til hlKlieitl autlioriiy on l.ile limiiriinw In
I lie fulled Htniea. Alter viihilmt lis sih
clus nnd llulillltli- Mun li mt, INS, lie hivs
lirlelly of this eompuny: "In a js-rfeolly
sound, aud iudfed lilliiy iirtMiiorotM cou
dltlnu." Nolo Its pmini slnen Jaiiunrv 1st, lsf.1 :
Ajwulit Juiuwry 1st, Ih.4 f 2V2.M7
" ' " iwi, i.'in.wio
" .. " isim 7AIW
" " 1IHI7 .
" " " IKiiS It.IMM.747
" July IHiiS o;m,Iii
Of nil lliu flnanc-iiil liiHiltuljoiis ul our
IIiiim, l,IAi limuniniHi ('(UiipiuiK hnv the
luosl till rlenUi and fur-rmieliliiK, If not the
most ' extensive, ruluttons Hittl human
lioiiesnna hiplliea, and tlio immt im-d
boili of silnui uim! pretu-ieiiee for their
HUet-i-ssrulanilMrif maiiaicuiiiaiit. Thealsiva
MpeakM for ItMlf In Ih-IiiiIIoI tlmt'omiiuiiy.
t. U HIDliKI.I.. Aveiil.
OflliDon Kmnkllu Hlnwl.
J. ii. GOLLADAVW
i AMI rVCHY nXK A I'aillKt
Tickets run 1m liiel ut my lkiok Ktore
llowllna tlreHti. Irom loeal auetits tlirouut
out In eoonlry, or liy mull, eiieloilutt sl.UO
furu Ulile tieket,or 5.U0 lor l.
New and Splendid list of Premiums
Amon vhteh ar ,
1 Five lltindrod Idlui In OrmuilHteks J sm
I (iih-ii initio'
1 l ine Knit i-f t lotln
I Kiiih Velvet ( luak
I Kins ltrrt HUM
1 Wlll-. ll-! 4 U lJ.ll Hewllll, MuilllUU
I II-. I' I l.'illllllIK t U JI-I Wall'll
, ., , ..
1 kiiio i nnsi .. .
1 r'inahiiver fiaiatlTea Hat...
llvur Ix-ver t uU-Iim
Aad a liiroe nnmharof other prion, in
sisting ef tluoks, Ury IJiKsIa, Jewell y,
Tiekatsst ImiiBhertv', Mflk Hen-and st
ti. i. II, .1. ' j
m anoxic arotirc.
To Bbo. William Hiiwcu Dear Sin You
are hereby notified and rvqolirxl to aripcar
at tha Hinted rommanlnatlon of Acscln
Lwtgi', in KovemlMV, A. D.UHID, A. I. Ss,
In Kew rrovldniee, Mmitnomorj- count)',
Tonnemoe, to aimwcr a charge of unmaiiou-
to conduct. ThiMvforo, tnke notlne and
ipwrn rnnrsetr aeeoMlnatr. Done by or
der of the lislicn at ll ststeil lmftlnf In
Hoptember, !. -
. II. M. WATTS, necT.
Oct. ,(-.. . .
FOX & . SMITH,
IRON, GUNS, CUTLERY,
WAG ON TIMBERS, &C,
BIQN OF BIQ PADtXK'K,
HAVINO MADR I. A 110 F. ADPtTIONft
to our ulis'k, we tukt- nn-nt l-ssuro In
uklnaoiir friends ami the iiilHrni iu-rlly
to nil! unit exantiue (imsIh ui4 price.
Farmer s Hardware
Is full such as
. TRACE CIIA.IISS.
' , HARNESS,
anil nil ntftnr ImplcmenU oacd oa tliefiirm,
BLACK8MIIDS' C1BPEMEBS, (OOP
EUS' AD SnOKVAKKBS'
TOOLS AND MATERIAL
IH T.ARUK AND COMPI.KTE.
Wc keep all slzei of .
,, . Plow Handles, :
1'itisl by Wimmi anil Plow Milker
Donblc and Single Shot Guns,
' Biflcs, Pistols, Powder, Shot,
Caps, Wood nnd Willow "
Ware, Children's wag
i ons, ('arts, 4c, Table .
and Pocket Cutlery,
Leather, Satldlerj Hardware &c
FOX A SMITH.
Oet. 0, 'tIM-ly
HOLLAND Bl' LHS.
H'ST ItKI'KI VEn, HIHKtT KKOM IIOI
tr iiiiiii, me nniwi lUHiirliiienl or llullis eve
Imported In t lie West. Kend stiiiup forest
aloifue lo .1. H. C(M)K. p. t). lx :djj,
Ilortleiiltiimlist uitil hilman.
1117 nnd l! Wuluut HI., Cliioliiiintl, o,
IM1.W, ItS-llU. .
RFADY MADE CL0TH1HG!
Gent's Furnishing Goods,
'K AUK PRKrAllKI)
V 'i t , !'!. '
At nhort not loo, nml
Gun an too Satisfaction.
Cull and see us at our old nUnd,
Franklin and 6lHbcrrr fetrerU,
Oct. 2, 'W-lotlct. ai.
F. J. HUNTINGTON & CO.
llroviur si I roe I, K:w lOtH,
Itave in pre, to he ready In fMohrr,
Or, Ibe Last Dayn of Lee and
li Ih PalndlnK.
Author of "kiurry of fc-nuluV ."ct."
Of "hrilltV." OK Wltlf II MM!UN Ift
wiiunl, T: TliiirsAxn rt-pus ware
almoHl liiitueillMlely sold, liia nw work
Ib still mure Intensely InlereNtuig. I'linteil
on fliiedn(T-d pun-.-r,niid rlt-tily hound In
cloth. Willi upward of VI pi.g--, H li.m for
II' triinllils'e a fine steel liimlulhou hsnd
nt ae. Irs, and lour l4tiiitnl lllo.tru.
liviislu Iloiuar's ht style. Lither book Is
kei.t by I'tail. mwI free, oo rris.ii! ol lha
.ri.. ti.ii. Korsalt liy all H-i'ikwiU'.rt sud
;rdr.l. r la - n mid rouutr-.v
l.fluil i. Jt
FALL STYLES OF HATS
JUST RECEIVED, BY
M. C. PITMAN & CO.
trli" n ii'-'" mm "l"-, " meii niiu
boy, In how complete und of Intent mvlra.
. w n tr... f-... ..
We nra ulna
reeelv I ng a
vrry hirun ami
toll oh a
V ci.cn niNd,
J Hoots A Hlioes,
'V-' I I.l
for Cash, nnd
will tie sold at
Our utrvV nf Fitntlatilna OasMla Is full
and sltnu-tlve, eonutluliia all the latest
nntoilles in Ties, now anil sonriH.
t . ... 1 1 .!- VuIImum ll.nilK.-u.
Csiiis, Oloves, i:mlirelliis,vli-., nl low rail's'
m. i. I'liMAn x i.
Oj)Klte th Court-house.
Clin kavlllo. IMUVtr
RAILROAD DIE BILLS.
rpiIK IX1MMITTEK AP101NTEI) AT
X a lneetliiR of the holders of due lilllsfof
lliu Kecelver forllm M. t . I R. 11., to em
ploy counsel to Hike sneii otner steps as
mlliht lie neoessnry lo prneeut the collee
I Ion of anld cIhIiiik, linva made arranni
munis wild allomevs for tliat purpose.
Those desiring lo (lie their elulms foreol
Iretlon under the arruniiement made, cmii
do so by lenvlng the smnewlth us or with
Messrs. iittmpiirevsa IHtiilnl.
J. P. . WIHTKIKLU,') .
ivi.i'.r.M a.-n, omuinivo.
HA M l, HKXINUEIl, J
Oi-tolK-r i. IHumw
FALL AND WINTER,
,5 .1 1 .ii i-
READY MADE CLOTHING 1
Gentlemen's' Furnishing Coods.
JAM NOW l! TtWIF.IITOK THK I.AIl
Kent stock ol' lleiely Mude Clotlilnu met
en's Fiirntshliiu Oisids ever lirouulit to
this miirket. nud desire that the tnidlnit
pnhlle should pull nnd look tlmmuli my
stock hedire milking thelrpnrehiiiM-s. I will
not any Hint, my (mod are ehesr llisn
Ihey run Is) hud elsew here, lint lenvn this
qniMittnn to lie derlilml liy lliose Who wish to
purohasa. All I nsk Is ll liltr ilisioi-tlon of
qualities and prices. My sloek Is eutlrely
The goods nre nil'
. .' ) .
WELL CUT AND MADE,
nnd t have no rtesltiinry hi ssylnu Unit I
ciiu plense yon. If you will only givo-mo a
trial. J kluilt s, ll lor
' assl the very
LOWEST LIVING PROFITS
will nrrmtoit every thins In my house.
Kslulillnliiil 111 lh. lido iiouso luu luid a
sucrexiliil business lxjui ia-utu ot
ami niiuht hv this time rn t nlile to afford
some ailvanliies lo rustomt-ra. 'I ke sKs-k
ellllll-llees h 11 lllllllllll-S of K'ssls fro'ui tlm
lowest to tiie lUKiiest wanes, and as rcifiirus
slylennd workiimiislilp Is unsitrpiisnod. I
wouiu oe pienneo 10 nnvn you run nun iihik
IhroiiKli. Isjlim salislted .vou will find sulllu-
lent Inducements lo WHi'i-nut n purcliHsu.
Hi-iiii iiiisT Hint ail iphhis wuu tu-ra are
wurruiited us represented st tliuo ol sale.
H. K. MeCt'I.I.O II.
8.-PU 18, )islH-tr
AN KU:tlANT AM)
full assortini'iil ol lls-
inond, Opal, lUueralJ,
Penrl, Ituliy, Huplilre and pluln Quid .
Ill IN OH,
Kuullsh, (leiieva and American
IIOl.il ANI HII.VKIl tllAINH,
t V. WELRYi
Mii.li nii.t t:n win:,
ir fllrhtr; IrlsM.r mm4 JI,M;
( i ' t'AHT'l K H ,
Klower and Kroll KtHiuls,
KiiUlUti Kulves and Kiiiks,
- lid4 Pens,
A Urne M of real '
In fluid, -jUer nn-t Hlerl Frames, al
f J Y,r7-V: of
X"T7 E kl"" '" 'X haad a fnlt suae!
1,1 nient of ull kinds of iil.u-., ani
ran suit si). All koikIs warnmle
v- "v f,7"''-il and wild at lowe.1
Sew Voik pi Ice.
A An assortment of fRTir TII0M.19
CLOCKtv-tlio tM tnsJc, at " '
Juue 1 lW,vly.