Newspaper Page Text
imx. no., October o, 1S72.
Or MBW YORK.
tl. ('IIATK BROWIV,
torOosernor . . SILAS WOODSON
For Lkut, Governor
Secretary of Stale
For An Jltor
Attorn? (leneral .
Rcgtiiter of I. anil
. CIIAS. T. J01IN90.V
EUOENE F. WF.IOEL
HARVEY P. SALMON
II. CLAY F.WINfl
ro jcrion iik srraum cotar.
HENRY M. V0RIE3. I WAsllT'N ADAMS.
E. B. EWINO. I T. A. SHERWOOD.
Thirteenth Di'trlet . A. II. BUCKNER
Eletenth DUtriet . W
Harrati Tor Georgia.
CurpeUtiaggers Puck your Dirty Traps
Cheering news comi to as from Geor
gin, Tho election in that stalo last
Wednesday want Democratic by an over
whelming majority of between 40,000 anJ
60,000. Got. Smith has been re-elected
and a strong Democratic and Liberal leg
Mature with htm, which will secure a
Democratic United States Ssnater to fill
the place of Joshua Hill, Radical. Not
more than a doxen counties in the whole
state went iladical. Put down Georgia's
eleven electoral votes for Greeley and
The Radicals of course are alarmed by
the returns, and begin to howl Ku kluz
and fraud and intimidation. This is
Gffelfj, Sitwarl and Financial.
The New Yoik Herald gives the sub
Thf Spotless Jeremiah.
Mr. Itk Twain jays he never en
How II Happened.
A tho Twelfth Ward Grant -I.L
stance ol a cenversatiu w
J iMVtS III tun "r. "- - - . , i, ,, , , - --
ith T. Stew- peeled how great a routio ho was until he pai-ed Iho He lofohleitlc tailtoad MU.
r' . r,l,,'. ran for tUice ( then ever? incident of his on Jontli and lltbfft Kirets, l.,t
effect trreeiey a . ,. . v , ,, ,! ,. .
Hid WJ U. UilliC U1UI.U livi., ....v. j I ! '"p. U)((J.
mako a sworn statement ezhonorating
ilartranft. One of these convicta,
perfectly natural. Such dyin groans as Yerkos, accepted the proposal, and the
lime will bo heard all over lbs lind be .tateti.ent was Drcnarcd. tho convict
tweeti now and November. Judge K 1
n.undi, secretary of the Republican con
L. OATEWOOD gresional rommittec, has suggested a
; revival of Ku klux organizations to ac
count for their defeat, and through his
The election in Pennsylvania and
number of other states took placo yoster-.!-
Tiirtf.v Km ni tti no have ni to
'. . . ... t. ;. j.. i i. .I. art. with reference to the
ii. ? i. . . ' i) l..i,i. election would hate upon the financial .. . ,,., .f -uch )0 had been ber were stut.vtl by t.etsot. hut.rn.J
, ' n '. ;,,,. Thov Ihterents f the couutry. Mr. Stewart's W1, paraiicd before tho copltf. be attache i f the Mablc. The club Jt
sure cf a Democratic "c y. I!cutwe's policy was asked Unified into the highe-l crime. Such, up in battle line, and picked p a ft
have worked hard to prevent .t, but he P" on o iioni e jllUbles. I. the ex, crience r et.rj m" macadamizing metal and threw Lack
corruption and crime or the party in thut "o repneu, con yu w,0 has had the temerity to oirer himse f tho crowd, itijuritig clightly a Mrs. (,
state has told strongly against them, the view of Mr. Jj0Ul"''' . , . a clBdidale for placce of public trust, for ,on, living near the tieii f the Gitlt
.. . . rnnlil Ipnrn lhat be nail any IV" i . .. . i i..l 11 I. 4 ... .1 . n . 1
Ilartranft, the Radical candidate lor uov. " Vnlrv I .jonOsed his couro as e Crc?e w"pon now u-n ... ,.u... "f"',, ""K"' ' ri,arih yn
ernor, is guilty of crimes for which he cotl,f0e(j by Lis judgment of existing
. . . , .1 i - 1 . ' . ' 1.. l,: ni.l...v conduet
n.rnnnl n.tnuhmenr. will 0 on bkcuiu circuiniiancril. is iai " .
1 1 - 7 . . . 1 :.., no one oaf a nuni 10 so.icu 1110 au
plicei.at least two of them, were con-, confute in purchaMng a .-r , ...-..- of ( n0, , air Q'Neil, will, a pos,e of police, vi.il
demned and imprisoned, and to clear the F,f"men'00UU5- u -c(1 beter ,!m.eir thoroughly, nnd who cannot tho place, hut could not dijcom any
worthyofthe charges made against him , ,e ' aJ tho sooner it ia un show clean hand, j nnd a candidate can- thing to warrant an arrest, or any txtra
by hi. own party, a. well .e b, tho Dent-1 Jer.tood Ta t 'the government intends not compla.r, ,f the s.ere.s e his career excitcmei.t -(.lobe.
. . t i- . ou "'Ul . '. ,; i.j..h ,omB arc oiligcntly hunted out and exposed tu 'I he affiir thus reported by the Globe
ocrats, it wa, proposed to release hi. cn ... ering upon this ,.0 icy. which at son J opponent.. was in reality the worst outrage oT tho
federate, on condition that .hey would future :t me, no matter ol - w . 1 . ltj f . g "
.he Letter it w II be for everybody Cm. to a review of Mr. Floury llson. who m fact, will show :
linuin- the course that has been porsurd now cultivating popnlty m the tail- Only tlirce attaches of the stable were
the l.'t four yeais will never lead u to P'p H' prand Radical kite. there. They were buily engaged and
J . . 1 1 hA pnrliPhf n!i'irr'fM hrnncrllt against Hid not vnn con iSn nU
pcniepayme.it, bin leave every mer .,,., - "rr .. r ' ., . " '"
a. weapon now uci in poiucai iteporia were urougni 10 I lie luurlh
i the ripen showing of personal lice district ihat tho woman was nearly
.3 llin well it should be to, for kiiled, and that the Greeley club was lu
has a right to solicit tho suffrages sttack the astailed club for it. Curiam
signed it to procure his pardon, and in
half an hour after the perjurer wa out
of prison, and Hartranft'c private attor
ney tonk the statement of Verkes to the
newspatie.s. Tiiis btatemrnt denies the
chant at the mercy of gold gamblers " Mr' .VVil" af,cr A'8 "rtuinution was, It Mas not until tho club reached G'ea.
Reporter; Then you have no tear tun; "" ". .'..inu. ,, , 1.. rumu uiMuncc in mo rear
the election of Mr Urcelev will produce , NflW. wa disgrace to him if ho 0r the tables, that the row commenced
anv 6nancial d.tEcul.y. ' honestly and conscientiously Lelited the Ulcason cheered for Greeley, and in 1
Mr. Stewart: None whatever. uocirines 01 11111 sociciy to ue true am momont ii rant s hired ruffian- were upon
.... . t r 1 I.!,.!. llme-A rr.re l.mi.t' rif.ilt fltir (TOnfl 1.!... Tl..- I. - 1 . 1
HcDoref : hat do vou tmriK 01 in? t nun. urj rumica into ins Hou-e,
the tanu nutatiuu Uir" c-ti-j .... - KnUCKcii tut ciuiurcn nttnut, beat lum
caraitd out by a mgi. ouice ni irusr, anu wuu Vvttuu,,,j ingniiiiiiy, anil btoko Ills wife . arm.
to some confusion enjoyed the confidence and eMectn or the That ii how it happened. 'Ihcctubwus
people. Rut this charge against ilson, not ' stoned," and there was no "crowd."
facts which campletoly establish the Mr Stewart: Not at all. Un the "u.u ' C'' - 1 imes.
cnik of Ilartranft How is that for contrary. I ihink Mr Greeley leaves that votes i.mong our foreign born c.i.zcris-
guilt ot llarirantt. now is mat ior i 1 and ho knew that: Mi 1. ho tint! lit have -
honor, buying up a convict to perjure) ' , J. , . menibcf!) frankly owned that he had been con-
himsclf for tho purpo-e of clearing r.r P0,.r,.., Urieonir.,lled bv nartv die mced of his error, and now sincerely
I nvi 9 mr. cnn.pni xil tliat recreuci ins loriucr u"uiuimmi
fin,l , .n ...I.!,., nf Ihi. nr;,nn .ill. In t IC 111 ff SBJ. .0 WhChOUr COUt.try " If I ) . rutll U CUUfW WOUM., Mr r..
looks tor its revenue, should uo diciaieu "- riuu.m..
,,utt of instance W. II. Hale, chairman of the ' tnitla of hi former sworn affidavit, Dxing ( f'r,Cft'n.t ievs .n .'J
' 111 .. .. . . ., 1 Would they not, it
mocrats , Georgia Republican committee, had the. ,he guilt on Ilartranft. 1 he I "rcss .lanf;n ) ,ariffi ,iaj
i j,)ce''o"0W'nC 'I"11"'00 printed and proof slips (Forney's paper) supplies a number oT will, merchants'?
Our Spirit of Security.
No oue seems to doubt tho rcsu
the election in Missouri. Democrats
...An f n il.nniriiii ....ripilr. nrrr:
. .1...:- - 1 1 1 .ffi fwifi . A iwiii pi rpn iar.i:n iiioiil. luu iruiv invai. lnun
The consequenco i, they are not taking ot particularly called to the last liue,
that interest in the matter that becomes directing editors to make comments :
tho nart of wisdom. Asniritof too! SAVANNAH, Ga Oct. 21. 1872.
great security may prove a disadvantage ., To . .,on- f; M. h Chairmao !thfiir a,,jar'9 chancier? They couldn't tr.tion
. Ii lii-'l'Uiti,-eill J Uui lis 1 live IIIC UIWIIUIJ
to them that they may have abundant . .. in ... ;, ,n ,l, n,.,,.. ,r...
" 'J -J w J I ' J 1 . . . . -
came to regret. Already we bear the , had lull control or the polls. The man clr "im, nor inside cither, tor 1 w,0, b M of ' . an.l justice!, o of ihir, however, a letter nddres'rd to
opiuion advanced that a full vote in this agcr were all Democrats, and disre matter, except as a price for his pardon, j as t0 ef.U4y lu their application eerlaln German citizens in New Voik,
on.mir trill nnt he reyiMered. In other ' carded the provi-ions of law, and would What Turlhtr exr.reeses their di-comfit- ., .1: n.t n .1 ...... Tk over his sienatiire. nrireareil in the Rid-
, ., Uu, ....... ...... , UJ, ,a i ur8 u ,ho C00r,i2l,1n 0f neKroes and
cast ineir voio. .viter aucmping 10 vo.e , . , , ,
for several hours, they abandoned the rotfteboaN in tho .tate. for the purpose , c' 'a-
polls and went home. Over two thousand , ot voting me ludical ticxet. u .,nmg. taritl laws and i bel.evo we would foPi,;J 'n'o all tho journals of the land,
IitUpUUilUUN UICI WtlC UCpilVKU Ui ITIClf Qfl UH) 18 ailUOt U t; p ' p U 1 J I U U Ut (15 tVUI
right to vote. 'J he good behavior of the ored citizens, who have left or. this mis
colored men only prevented serious
I trouble. Col K Rryant, deputy colltc
VOTICE Is herebj given lh-it letters ofmlraln
counties the same idea is prevalent. AVc
fear there is too much truth in these
surmises, which arc given ri'e to by the
fact that many Democrats feel so sure
that their county and state tickets will
carry, they think it no matter if they do
litratijn wcru cr.intcJ to ttiu unilcrrincil
in the cjia.e of Thomas 1". Foley, ikccnicil,
liy tho Clerk uf tho Probate Court of Lincoln
county, XIo , 011 the day of Sept'r, 1872.
All persons hm'lng cl.iln.s ng .Inst s .Id cjtatu
nro required to exhihlt them to.i.o mlminlntrator
for nliowiinco witliln one c.ir from llio ilntc of
sal-1 letter, or thev iniir he nrtelmleil from nnv
IT iho putv whip alluw the members of ,c"' papers, cJenj mtr tliat h had ever benefit of ;t.i l cstato, nnd ir not exhilritcil witliln
t J a' I 1 Sift. Iha III. n In llin jl .Ia af l.tjhB.. .llt
eor,ere-s to consult the general interests "S lou-t.t. wont, or deed, t.ocu aso
ective constttuents in Irani- ciaren witn tne oruer. I IMS letter w.. ,,.,,3 ANDREW 15. FOLEY, Adm'r.
ision. Rut the Democrats are confident
fail to register. One vote will not turn tor 0( cust0ms, was asaultd by the of preventing tkee politcal rogues Iron.
the scale one way or the other, they ' plug uglies, who had beco appointed voting, and every one of them will be
lesson, and hence let some trifling affair ,"Peal deputy shsnSs. 1 he "ery worst challenged at the polls. This of it-elf is
prevent the important duty of register
1 elnssof the white Democratic element
were sworn in as special deputy sheriff..
enough to forever disgrace the Rtdic-il
. . ? . 1 l .1 . -.1. . . . .. . . B
find every interest much Lttier eered an'.' rxicnivy reao un ine nrengu. l lll.tl CIIIl'lllClll.
lhan it now is r,f it, the Radical organs jubilantly cried, jyoTICE . hereby glvci. lh.it tho undersigned
- "Another li nailed I" Ihs letter as li ndtnlnlstralor if tho estate of William
IluratC tireelej. piinted, must have come u dar Mr. W'il )V"'Ie 'l,el'J. "1" make a fin.il settlement of
... , , ,. 1 , , . . ., , ,1 hi. ndtnlntsttfttifin t-f slid estate at the next term
u are pleased to note that Horace son a eye, and by his silence he endorsed (lf tho i.rllimtc Court of Lincoln coui.iy, Mo., t..
Greeley is equal to anv emercenev. lie it and made it his own. Rut when Mr. be begun nnd held I., 'i'rnj on the eicuud Monday
c.n .-reak on iny nue-tiun : to anv crowd Albert l'ike and other distinguished in Ocinber, lh...
and never say u foolith thing Ho is lights of thn Know Nothing order, nlioso
our system veracity and honesty were tinaaibatle,
E. 0. PITTON, Adm'r.
tnra 'I his 1 rnnra saraiin llv tha rila In . . " n-irlt) in t hki Aral er hnn.af irmn hilr Ihflt I " ul 1 '".'n! taiumiii niiu
' V n . 1. Uf?' Te Uf'n tne T!hlot el"" I 3 . , ' j of government, in its true thecrv and in proved the falitv of the AV.Un Idler,
those counties where the D.roocrats have M has been perpetrated. The pol s have practiced it so lonz, and so success la,,JMti work'irj4 iu ittM tljlll any ,nr ...stained !C' nrignal cliorgn by eon-
everything their own way where they weresurroundedbyalargebodyufpol.ee fully, that the members of th:it pirty other man in the LTniuQ. elusive evidence, then the honorable Sen
1 he lijdiejl press speak of Greelev's a'or from Manchutlb rushed into print,
hive majorities ranging from six to armed with muskets, lit f:.jre club begin to look upon it as a leicimate wav
re. , ,1 . . , pat. oiled the streets, mounted. This . , , . , .
fifteen hundrel.a, in Lincoln. looming the roads leading to the city tu kesP """"P' ln P')w"-
To sUch we My the coun.y election is were pickc j anj f th -
notallthcv should be interested in. and , irv were driven back and not allotted ...,..
1 1. ..... ... .v. :, ii r ' special ot toe icd.cates in it ine treat-
I voting places were provided for eight ury officials there are in a stile of terror
thousand voters in this countv, and ah over what it calls the Political
thee in one buildlog.
(Signed) W. H. HALE,
Editors wi.l please make comments. 'The Polt"' correspondent connects
jsehurzs presence wita the impending
that every man who refuses or neglects
to register and vole, takes one vote from
the grand total of the state election ; and
if there are any great number who do
this and the prospect is, th:rc are
thousands the state may not co Demo
cratic by 00,000, nor even 20 0U0 major
ity, and perhaps be lost to our party alto
acy of Greeley leaders to atraek the ir
regularities in the treasury department"
Rat let 11s sea hnw this rsnr rpsr.nniW
.v , . . , . , r.veUtion, and undertakes to make a de
1 with other statements. A not occurred . .
pelhcr. The Radicals will register, every . at Macon, and all the newspaper specials, ! . ' ' 3
mother's son or them, and they will cast1 except those or the Radical New York meDt ' t0 "n5'4t ch,sfl ( n0f
. . n 1 1 .u .1-r . . .v . .l l mous irregularities in the treisury de
their votes for Henderson anil the rest limes, state that the riotin; was beuun
ef his gang. If you wan' to see a broad by negroes who march-.d to the rolls in Plftn'ent- 3Uch " over i-sno ot bonds
smile flit athwart th.ir visage, just let a ' a military rormation, commanded bv cip , 10,1 lesal 'n'1"'- and charge is to b
Democrat tell them he doe-n't intend to , tains and colonels ; and that several days ' Du'14 ,hlt th books of tlle J'Pr'naot
register. Ry this neglect a small ray of ', before the election the mulatto Catalme of hav b8en 'P'1 with aa'5 alterei1
friend's anxiety to keep him at home and declaring that hllir a foruery I When
quiet, but it is not tt tie, and they only the lie to which, if not coined by him, he
ay so because the misler abilities of save currency was brnunht home to him,
Horace Greeley only mock the Iladical he crincingly twallowed it, and left tho
party, and furnish a mot painful con original charge still unrcfuted.
irast to the lil.pu.ian iuteUct of U. S. Acain he sought lo creep out or t tic
Grant. nrcuation made against him by Rev.
W'i wi.,h tb.t every voter in the Mr Dcnnison, viz : that he had privately
L'nired States, who has intellect euough upoken with painful rolicitudo about
to understand th simplest elements of Clj-ant's intemperance, by alleging that
government, could hear Greeley and he did not ue the exact l.ntgunrje quoted
learn from him those asioms ot ri-ht by Dcnnison A Four Courti Inwycr
upon which the future of this cuuutry may be able to diminauUh the dlfTerenen,
must rr-st. W'a wish all couid understand but to thf reading public their siguifi
the fastness of hn powers, tho comprc- canre is the tamo.
hen-ive sweep of h:s aunt intellect and Aml DotT wo ,iavo a ,oro Pcr;0,
the simpU and unsullied purity of his ela tn Mns ntt e hon nr:l i1c
ethics, tucn we could not doubt the .i,:i, t.i.,.i.. 1,:. ...,.
tl. ...... "Ml.ll U.UV.V.I.. .11,-1 llltltt.Vll
iVOTICKi.' hereby given thnt tho undersigned
l Kxeeulor of the istatc of Mlltou I. Lotell'
deceased, will maUc n final settlement of hi. ill
ministration of said estut at the next term of
the Vrobate Court of Lincoln county, Mo., to ha
begun nnd held nt the cotir-t hou.e in Troy on
the second Monduv in October,
aug21n:il (ii:o. A. HAMILTON, llx'r.
Final Solt li-menl.
NOTll n I. hereby gien Ihat the und rsignr.l
ndminiclrntnr of the eo-tiartnerrhlp estate i f
l.nrcll .1- 1 1 n tuit ton a will mike n final seltlrment
of his administration of s.ti 1 e-l.ilo nt thn ne.t
term uf tho l'rolmtc Court oT Lincoln coiinly,
Mo., to bo bigun and held In Tiny on thesieond
Monday in Oeloln r, 172.
nugL'ln:)! (ii:0. A. HAMILTON, Adm'r.
result. We do not doubt the result as it
and stamps him with iufjmy. Tim nut
THIS I1AK12HY WILL SUP1M.Y vOU WI I'll
hope creeps into their benighted souls,
that probably enough may fail to give
them a large increase is the state, ir not
a majority. And hero we will suggest to
eur readers that every county in the
state is not as largely Democratic as
Georgia, Aaron Alpcoria Ilradley, who
eonctal the f.icts. Grave chines art-
1 ..... . 1 . ...
in 1SC3 was expelled by his Radical "so 10 Le mane ?5iat secretary bout
friends from tho state constitutional eon
, , t r 1-. 1 1 f'.ii'i" ...... -- .... ...i.i... 1 ...i nil. ...
but to know Mr Greeley a, he i-, in nf ,lonry S .McCon.b aaainst the Credit' lAght, IZ( . I 111 III I I2l'?.1(l,
vention, for vile slander, has been trarel
iug through southern and central Georgia
miking Aiming and mccnaiory speeches
Lincoln is, indeed some or them are The Herald's correspondent says, in his
lart'tlv Radical, and our votes, and the dispatch of the 3d. "that Rradlev told the
votes of every other Democratic county, ncirroes tbey must arm themselves with,loscd thal !t on'-f !eeIa, ,hlt tne P'ern
arc needed to help swell our majority in knives, razors and hatchets, especially j "f".' exPeDe3 are one hundred and sixty
the state. Look beyond mere sectional , hatchets, because tbey would do quicker ,Qm,on P" Jear- Y necoont 01 Pee"
I well and other hijh officers of ths eov
eroment. A number of persons art en
gaged in pushing the document to com
plction. Among the most prominent of
them is ex minister Jiffreys. In another
Washington special to the Post it is al
With to day (Wednesday) tho time
tppointtd for registration in this county
closes. We hope all, or nearly all, of
the voters have done their duty ; but if
there are any who have not registered,
let them not fail to do so in the time jet
work than pistols. He told the women I "ar"lc, 10 ,n n3Ilona' bookkeeping,
to bereadv with torches, nnd. if neeo.- 1 thcr " Wently intense alarm felt in
sary, to use poison. Thi negroos, to a I
certain extent, obeyed his directions.
They endeavored to prevent the whites
from votinj, and a blow precipitated the
Washington over tho alleged Greeley
conspiracy to investigato these clerical
his unselfish effort to restore our gov
crnment to its true ort ir, and brinu bjck
our country to peace and prosterity,
would ennurc a triumth such as this
country has never feen at (he ballot box
W e hope Horace Greeley will tee as
m.ny or the people as possible, before!
the election, and if he will only continue
to ta.k as he has been talkins, his friends
will have no cause to blush on his ac
fi'ince Greeley has shown himself so ... n... m ..... ,, .1
perfect a master of the s.tuat.o . and due that road for transportation or mails,
since he has given such high proeft of etc , which act of his brought the road to
his ao.l.ty to administer this great ,10 vcrce 0, l,a,rllp cy. , ,,
J "B Vuuu a" Pccpie, ,j,o road beeccd CntiL-res? tn enael n law
Tiik OcTOiiEit Guns. Georeia fires
Pistols were drawn and firing , tno first October gun, and its repert is a
allotted. The law nrnvides for inabilitv 1 be-an. Rradlev m.l I... rinM.-r. nr yernocratic majority somewhere between
.,.,,, '. , . SO 000 and 50 000 Georgia used to be
u .cK.i.r ui. ,.uuiibi-u ua)s, ..u ... tu.i...u.., uu, Mi.u.u mey appear , Hadica) state ; at least it was claimad
let those who have not re.-istered, not fail
to take advantage of this opportunity.
By prevision or tho registry law, yon
may appear before the registrar and have
your name enrolled any day preceding
the 10th day before the election, which
is tho 26th of the presnt month. As
you are interested in the welfare of your
county, state and nation, fee to it that
theio days of grace go aot by unheeded.
It is not only necessary that you should
register because of (he ensuing election,
for beforo the next general registration
rolls areund, county issues, to be voted
for at special elections, may demand your
attention and your active influence. H
you ire not registered, you are not a
legal Toter under our laws, and csnnot
Tote for or against such local issues as
may arise. Look to the future, and let
net present security lull you to sleep.
Gov. Gearry of Pennsylvania, it ii said,
ii promised a position in Grant's cabinet
for his psrdon of Yerkes and Mercer on
condition that tbey weuld make an af
fidavit clearing Ilartranft of implication
in the Cameron frauds. On this con
dition he pardoned them, and en con
dltion of Iheir pardon, they perjured
themtetves. A sweet sst, the Radicals of
Three nigroee killed Patrick Gillil in
Callaway county the other day. Tbey
have been bound over for their appear
ance at tbe circuit court, i euuie of
further trouble is apprehended. The .to be such, and it certainly was. for
Macon papers advise moderation and 1 'ine, under Radical rule Rullock being
decry all violent measures, but say this ' covernor, and a body of men chosen by
is tho third attempt by tbe blacks to
carry an election by storm, and the citi
zens are determined to put an end to it
in future. While it lasted, the riot was
a small battle. Tbe negroes were thor
with guns, razors and
Mnbilier brings tn light slupi'tidoBs ran- Chutmr limn ynu van vuike it, ami unr.
cality, as does ;.lmo.-t every judicial in- ,' tlir vr.rtttinii of nlin sreiiiy all yuuf
vetts:atinn of grand scheme pet on foot 1'mst aiiil Dough turn out badly
by favorites of the administration, and The spring nnd summer senson will soon Lo
fostered by govermont rntrnna.'O It Ilcr- "' In older to make it iirofitablo tn m-
I 1.. ,1,.., i, . .1 n i, 1 customers by furnishing them bread cheaper than
leaks out now Ihat win 1. the Uumn Pa- tlll.v ,ive V-retuioro been able to get it, I wilt
nfic railroad company had Tailed lo meet fell ticket.., Ci.ch of which will bo go,.d for .. ten
the interests duo on iho Londs ismcd in re"t lol,f of bread, at tho ralo of l:t lor $1, thus
its favor bv the government, the Treasury 8iW"B $,'s0 of J,d for a dulUr-
had been obits d to advance several mil
lions tn meet it On aoccunt of this See
MY STOCK OF
IS LARUE ANII VMllKI), AND I KKL'l
Till: FIN KM QUAL1TIF.S A3
WUI.L AS STICK CANDIES.
Aho. Fiji liiti'stii, fr., ami a II .('(. of
(.alirx 1 iiuna, ISpniifji; Lemun,
7i(i, Urnlvh ami G inner.
1 111.:,,. ,. n..i;, i ,.r., i,,
1, , . . , . ... .mmw .v. uv... iiunrillll IIM1UII, j WM 11 0 " won. ... I H.IIII. lllll I. I. I"
now kuppcrt Greeley with an olacr.ty despite tho fact that it was still so heavily : order All r den should he given at
that rea ,y astonishes ourself.-fcedal.a injcblfl,l ,0 the goverment. This law ! lent tico dam in advanee.
nun cijisimu, um uui y niicr Mie IIIOSI CUTl"
ninp and vigilant lobbying and after tho , ADVERTISE
w confess that the repugnance we folt at (i!recting the Secretary 'to pay 'tho road,
the start ., measurably gone, and wo can ,l,c amount due Tor such transportation.!,!
Tho mot influential und widely circu
lated German daily in New York, the
dlauts Zeilung, which has beeu on tho
fence regarding the presidential struggle:,
The AnsiNTEEs. President Grant
left Washington City on the 11th of June
last, and only returned on the 27th of
September, making a total absence of
about three months and a half, during
which time he bai received for doing
nothing $7,300. Tbe Secretaries of
State, Treasury, Interior and Navy, the
Attorney General, Postmaster General,
Register of the Treasury, Commissioner
of Internal Revenue, Commissioner of
Patents, and a number of other bureau
officers and numerous clerks, have alio
been absent nearly all of the time for
electioneering purposes. Owing to these
numerous leaves of sbstneo and tbe ex
citement over the Presidential elections,
the departmenti are greatly demoralized
and tbe public business Is in arrears and
confusion, There is some talk of re
quiring night work from the fow indus
trious clerks, to make up for the de
ficiency occasioned by the neglect of
Capt. Robert Lincoln, son of President
Lincoln, ii out for Qreeley,
Rullock and Gsn. Terry beine called tbe
legislature. It has been Democratic
nowever, ever since it was restored to
tho hands or its peop'e. It was argued
in the recent canvass by the Democrats
that ir Walker, (Radical! should be
chosen governor, tho people would be
burdened with the six millions of f'raudu
lent binds, held by Henry Clewcs of
New York, and hii friends. As Gov.
Smith is re-elected, and a stronc Demo
caatic and Liberal legislature with him,
the people are saved from this dancer.
Georgia will vole in November as she
voted last Wednesday ; her eloven else
(oral voten are safe for Greeley and
Brown, and she will send a Democrat to
the United States senate next March, lo
take the place of Joshua Hill, Radical.
James Dogan, who arrived at New
York oo tbe 3d mst, gives an account
of a wrecked brig discovered at sea by
the schooner Lancaster, in which Dugan
was a passenger. On boarding the brig
nine skeletons were found, besides the
bedy of the captain. Not a particlo of
looawss lound on board
stock ol the Urcdit Jl-bolier had been YOUR BUSINESS IN TIIK HERA.
freely lavished among tha members of, 11 " lliJ' PAV.
Coneress, who were thus voting the'
say,, concerning Grant's and Cameron's ' JrV IT'0 r ,'r ' Allnillllntrnlor'n A'olice.
pardoned penitentiary birds in Philidel- E' hereby given that letter, of .d-
phia. "The liberation of tho swindlers P0D' '"ho received this stock as the re- 1 ministration were gFantcd to the undersigned
Mercer and Yerkes from the Pennuvlca. Ward f ,b,r "ame, together with the on Iho estate of David W. Carter, decerned, by
-ui.ri.ir anu acrs.es irom tne iennsjlva- Brnnunt ttn to each nnd in the list the Clerk of the Probate Court of Lincoln county,
ma state penitentiary is an act in regard Jtu ' T.lr ll?r. wn.l e m JIu- " ' IS,h J"7 of 'uno' ,8"-
to which tho firmest purpose of the T ?. T riLJu0' .f Ma"8-1 All persons having claim, against said estate
firmest man to keep his blood cool in chus4tt8' down for 2000 shares ! are required lo exhibit the., to tbo administrator
.1.1, on-,... r.e ,L , ' , Now. l.v the law. of .1, p Un !..,! S.... for allowance within oneyear froa. the date of
..... v,..-,, r,c, iiji-eu un iriui , , . ---......-...-..., g0il letters, or tncy may be precluded from any
which is too aimcuit to Dear
The Cam- (JU "'"t. II 1.; any member Of the benate benefit of said estate, and if not exhibited within
eron clique, by this act of desperation, or House of Representatives who shall two years from the dato f said letters they wll
has given up Pennsylvania. What will accept or receive a bribe, present or 'juii"" edoau M. BROWNING, Adm'r.
our Pennsylvania neighbors do? We reward which liae been tendered him with
should not only despair of them, but of Intent to influence his ote or decision
. . . . ..... . .: i 1. i.p i.. .
Senator Morton of Indiana boasts that
ten thousand negroei have been brought
from Kentucky into that sfato to vote at
tbe election. If Indiana went Radical
yesterday, this will account for it; but
after this coafosaion of the honorable
gentleman, tbo iioosicritel doubtless
proceeded against them in a frepcr ay,
W expect to fcctr of Indiana) going
the whole American people, if Peonsyl- "n question nrougnt t.eiore mm in ByjOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned,
vania docs not strike just such a decisive- his official capacity, shall be liable to IN Superintendent of publio schools of Lincoln
blow against the Cameron ring as New indictment as for high crimes and misde- c.latyr' .V '? ""."rdan" niih the school
j:j . .... .. ... , .h , :..!. ' of tho State, hold publio examination ot
!ur. uiu BKainsi me I wecu ring. Urant --...., -.. o..ull, up eU11iciiuu teachers, on the 1st Saturday of every month, at
is personally mixed up in this natter. 'ureo'i Dt fined net exceeding three the court home in Troy, and on ihoio days only.
Peoplo will form Iheir judgment of tira "e araou". received by him, and Tchers will jdeaso bear this in mind.
Grant's case from these circumstances, impri.onment in th. penitentiary not .x- jnh TW
and eventually throw Grant and Hart- "eding three years, and he disqualified "
ranft overboard together. lorever io noiu any office ol trust, honor
or profit in the United States.
Senator Osborno or Florida arrived in Further comment is needless. Here
this city in day, and tried to rovivo the "f have the spectacle of a man soliciting
drooping spirits of tho Administration the lufTrsgei of the nation for the seeond
parly and tho committee hereby stating offic ' P'K. "ho is at once a falsifier NOTION & TRAPPRV TflHfi
that, in his opinion, '"Gen. Giant has got o hie own record on th stump and a UllUtDlil rJlUItliy
mo west noiu oi tne state and our trionds "H"1 gm-iaiscr in me Senate l'lain
MRS, MARY SEDLACEK'S
are sure of success io Georgia and Flor- men would say that he was both liar and
ii ii ... . i ... ... . ri-r tin 1 1 -i . i.
iua. ue estimates ihat tho Libera "mine uiobe matte a note of V. f, -: j .
strength in Georgia is on the decrease, this ? St. Louis Times. Ior Cheap groceries and provisions,
win every imny m me grocery
so much FO that tbe Liberal ticket will "
be easily defeated. Senator Oiborne tayi ' Tho St. Charlci News, Judge King's line, such as
...,.....,. recent visit ir. ivow lork ton e paper, still declines to hoist thn
ia;; fj&?JHgt rr,", " -"
In tbe mean time tho Georgia election ,n,ond 10 (uPpert Judge Fagg?
will be held to morrow. Washington Ti, t.ji-"7?T." . . .
Dispatch. h i 11,0 dieala or thn congressional dis.
If-Osborno isn't any betler informed in '.v? nomi''a'"l JJr T. J. 0. Fagg
regard lo Florida than Georgia's election Lou,8lni as ilioir candidate for Con.
has proved him to be in. regard to her
politics, we may expect a Democratic Doi't fail .i.s. : i . lslei to call and settle Uit year's aooounts
hogWwlMlffo tbe little iwamjeHU. ,(,. ' , M 9tf Jvf r SEDIilEK
do to Mrs. Sedlacek's.
Persons Indebted to me are earaestly re
f e'f 1, MfS.