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VOL. XVIII.
BY JOHN . BOBWORTH.
CANTON, MISSISSIPPI, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1868.
PUBLISHED WEEKLY OFFICE, NORTH SiDS CF COURT HOUSE SQUARE. '
NO. 43
'ERM8-Four I )cJsu- per annum.
rofcs$ioiuil nis.
2iitornf)j?.
AL J .MIR D
HILL & HARVEY,
n. J. HARRIS & lOH
WILL BUY iStt Btl.L ALL USDS Of
COUNTRY PRODUCE,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, FRUITS, POULTRY, EGGS, ETC
x. Offi-i
.July
CANTON. MisS.
in Hnaouic Buildiug, eecond floor.
4 if.
a. a ni.'flr.F-fOw.
Depot, No. IT Sniiit Phillip Street.
f"V Wp will n1ten,l specially t tba purchase of all
ain.la uf MareiiaiidiMi fjr our indud, 111 tu. cuumry
Addrree Box tl, Ialoiac-i-,
HEW OKLEAKS
SINGLETON & GEORGE,
ATTORNEYS A T LA TV,
hi CANTON, HIS1.
XpTICE in Pmltli Uuildiua, North-wet cornet
4ruen I a ni. i i . i . i . tj a
FRANKLIN SMITH,
'attorney at law,
ST. JAMES HOTFi.
MAOAZIXE STREET
Between (lra,vier and Natc.hei It.,
Vt tjlil t ArS, LA,
:uige aa-i - ' ' '
It. F. COBKFBT.
Feb. 16 ljr.
flS-e
t,aare.
CANTON', UTS3.
rick bailjinc, north-Watt eorn.r Public
j..iil'J-tf I
J D. TUtlTTON,
If. Grleau.,l.a.
n t, Moonr.,
New Orleane.
1 L.W. THOMPSON
Medtaon Co., Mi
(In Cumipfiiiani. i
E. J- BOWEIIJIf
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
CANTON, MISS.,
...ii,.. in tbe Court of Undid,
nrur n.
V t .i. mini.-, and tfaaoo.and m the ilia
Cuit oi Krron and Appeal a 'ackaon.
r.i... a.iih.i. eornei of the Public
i . ,i.,..iijn aouae pi.n
inltl
fous;., over itfc.iatb..
Kwm " . l "f
. mcaiTT.
K0. H fV.AHN
FEAR IV,
ait
i RITTON & MOOR E
COTTON FACTORS,
a N 1) -Gennral
Commission Merchants,
71. 2T. Tl Carondelct, Street, 71.
NEW ORLEANS, La.
J - RopplkM. Bn-KiiR. . furnialwd, and ceab
, dvancee made, en Cotialgntnenta. JB
Mr. W. Panoy wiU pay th revenue tax ou caton
coaalfiied la) Biltton A Moore.
8TKi'iH.S.
Tie Prophcxien Ihxpnlism and an Em
pire Umnt Litdcnaleil Opinion
of the Candidate The 1'rcsidtn
tial Election Xo Trouble Antioi
valid Juriiia the Election Mil
I'ieun on Xational Finances.
AViute Sulphur Springs, i
August 29tli, 1S88. (
i Thirty yertiH ago Mr. Stepheiwvia
lited these Suriug, jnatat tk eoro-
meuceiueut ui his iwnHrkrtUle oliti- j t0 i.
m onreor. He was ilieu twenty-six jt a t.
yetira of (;e, iniikiuy linn now ntty
i'si.T, mill iilreiitly in the leei'le health
.'frimt hM bW lUo jaue of lniiHn;
existence It whs bare he eoniuiene
etl tht habit of smoking a pipe, which
has characterized him lor many
rears past. Again this season has
Mr. Stephens honored the Bprings
with bis presence, and, ot course, lie
attracted an unusual share of atten
lion Irom tho numerous visitors who
have reoeutly thronged this delight
i'nl watering place in quest of health,
pleasure, and some ot them politic.il
recreation. These latter were few.
though tho Springs have been noteil
lor theii political meetingsand Pres
identiul campaigning prior to the
hitu unhatiltv civil war. The meet-
formed when lie pwcea nimsen on
the Ihione of I-'riinee."
von know the other cnncll-
diilcs. and what would ics' lr. In. mi
I the election of Seynmurand BUirf"
! " Blair I know ; Oollax I know ;
Beyiuour I don't know. They are
all very clever, good fellows. Diair
and ciiltax I rvel in Congress
with, and personally I have no ob
jection lo any of them. Blair Is a
(man of ability, integrity, and char
acter t so is Seymour, as fur as 1
i know, and Colfax may he placed in
I the same category, But it is no!
; the men ; it is not Grant and Colfax;
it is not Seymour and jplair that ure
irtled in thoejjewt.!: election
principles they represent
that are at issue. The tijr.it is not
against Grant myi Colfax,
asramBl tne i.iiri'iii v of the nounnant
patty that has brought theconntrj
to the verge of mill, and threatens
filially to destroy it. The erection ol
negro governments nc the South, the
disfranchisement ol whites, and the
expenditure and corruption of the
present government are the issues
to be fought. Look at, the Whisky
bill. WhyMr, I never sHw nor
heard ot a more odious or abomina
ble document, und il is but a sample
of the legislation of the party. The
eleei ion of Seymour slid Blair would,
1 think, restore harmony, abolish
corruption. aive the .States the lifrht
to rreulate their own domesin
tntional freedom, reduce taxation,
abolish freed men's bttreuus und all
oilier channels of corruption, and
enfranchise every white man now
disfranchised, and then you will Sad
public eiedit good and j;..'ld at par,
As to the payment of the debt, w ith
a reduction of the annua! exiendi
ture Horn 1100,000,000 to $40,000,
000, it wdbld soon he paid, and no
people would be more anxious to
sustain the national honor than
would the Southern people. A noted
tact In our history has been that,
however lavish Southerners wsre In
their personal expenditures, tiny
were always stingy and economical
In public pecuniary affairs, and
always jealously guarded their pub
lie honor. Soie U'igi'1 attempt to
bin reliife this bv saying that Miss.ssjf)
rciusi u to pav ner o inns, uui
harac
I"
cai'.-es o
over oar ivrouits. Let as torcive Bin
forget. With slaven', its euase, let
all our feeling eeuse. Let us be
friends nnd lo ot hers once more, as
'otir forelkthers In the errand old days
if th" revolution were before us. In
the name of that common heroic an
cestry, by the memories of every
haftle-fteld ot the war of independ.
e-iep. let our dissensions cense i.e.
good will and brotherly leve cast oof
nil oiil bitterness, and let US all
hasten Ihe day when Massachusetts
and South Carolina may ttil id om:e
more, band warmly grasped in band,
under the old aoeestral roof tree nnd
beneath the old -flag, My fellow citi
sens of South Carolina, I thank j'on
for ihe Attentive amlieues yon have
ladeen to me, although 1 fear 1 have
beeii feTlio iSiind i'fhap55ome of my
1M ihe
..,...,.' iii. t unl lir.miioil llHIldH i tin- l-Ml'l i I
1 :vejni ouean pan . :i;i riri.ii i irutna
the coming ol yotir en.y sure solva
tion a restnblishnwni upon an fa
and lasting lontidations of tiie tem
ple of constitutional liberty which
our fathers reared. Keep vonrces
icv were few who knew the
Fifth j
li
ttJCKETT
fiTOH, IrllSS.
iweii r II thr C.mrta f lb'
W t.Xi.l Diatrlut and is to'jee hvia ut
tellJtffi lsJ.lf.if
"C, 0. BnACKLEFORD.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
tT t, Konh MS ef Public Square
rat lr l H. V. Cerhrnn OV l.
r:... la Ji
Til l Mi.t rti In tllfl .OnrU l un-ri .
.ui Dtitrint. In the nijrb ISmrt
f,tl and the U. B. I I reult Courts,
TOM H!N mtnaos ,
t.aie ol lleu.ler.uu, Terry A Co.
in ml laf iK
Errora nnd Ap-
epis.
TOM & SAM HFNDESS0N,
COTTON FACTORS,
a n n
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
1'JO Common Street
New Oeleans.
inf. I,
1867.
W. C. D VACOI1T
W. BEN. CTJNKIKGHAM,
A T T 0 It N E Y AT LAVr
Canton. Miss.,
WM, pr
liciai D't
U in C" .r;
e.'ti
oif
t-.. in all tiie C- ta of !' F:rib Ja
t. and In Ibe FeSeml riwrla, awS IBi
,f K reta and Appnla at Jactieoa.
atirntinii to oanea io Baukroptrjr.
ona Ho. J "
f J1BEMAN k KcIiIICKErj,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
ILL "' '
.i.l piatrii't. tin
It..,, .nd l! 1 '
are). T'et may
.ttliar n j
r ,' ike I
ilili f ii
le.al . ...ii
be addm
n .ir CuntfHI
anei are
rttav, Miss ,
nnrre '.f III
it f B'tei
.Y by th-
J d
rn.ir nun.
W A h K B R & V A 5 - H T
'SUCCESSORS TO WALKKR SN1DBB.I
COTTON FACTORS
l)D
GENERAL COMMISSION MEBCHANrg,
NO. UNION STREET,
NEW ORLEANS
Dee.T. f.m
-I
R, POWELL,
Jpljjjsirians.
MffV -oH:h
' ClL ClO'
ipfl,l ttftl
t rnoi
COTTON F A C T O li,
( A,D
C MMiaSIS MERC BANT
Ho 193 CanJOMB st.
NKW Ul.BANS. I.b.
mada on CottQ )
ir-
Ingol a large nuuiuei oi ex-iouiuu- furg aU(J by an economical atlm nis
elate generals and statesmen recent-Uration ol the governisent retlnce
!ly may be said to have been the re- luxation and lessen the national
suit of accident) but the coming of t.bt to an extent that in a genera
Gen. Bosecrans las given it a de-; ,joll It would scatcely be felt. Im
cided political cast, of which you aie 1 Hge ., yeady e)euililure ol 400,
already fully informed. 1 000,000 and the country srroauing
Mr. Stephens, I had learned, whi.e , ulHter excessive taxation to pay the
evii.cingu deep interest ill the polit- interest on a debt ol 2,40O,Ofl0,0OO,
leal affairs of the country, determiu 1 1 ijut was contracted to keep the
ed to take no active part in the cam j Southern States in the Union, which,
puigll now- in active progress, though j lllt(,,. ,lu 0;.s ot- a ,iijon men and
the most vital issues and principles ,u8 ajM0 0f ,illv,, yea,g since the
with which he has been identified c0ae of the war, is' yet undone.
during his w hole life are involved, what the South left the Union for
He has devoted himself to his work, L)U ;,. i MOW tioina;, The form
the hist volume of which has been Lr minted additional constitntiouiil
published, and on the second of gaurautees to remain iii tne Union
which he Is now engaged these lit- Lijtt enacts and adopts nncon
entry pursits occupy lug the greater Ltitutima guarantees in the shape
part of his time when his health al- 0j amendments to Ihe Constitution
lows. But, notwithstanding that, j .;,,,. ,.v wjj htinn tu, South
he has bauouta a political recluse. I Lg, Ali Ibis is wrong, and is but,
cailed upon him for the, purpose Ol utt j gl(i, .fIVt mi advance towards
learning his views on the great 1m jespotlsm and an t nipire."
pending issues, 111 one ol the cot j i.How would the Southern people
Uigesin the "George Row7' here. L .- regard to uuiveis .tl suffrage
Seated on a rocking chair, with the j j t0 event ot the success of Hey
inevitable piiie in his luontn, the mmu. ami Jjlalri"
floor StreweU over Willi iiewsuuirri, i, Tl,..., , 1,1 rfl.Lla l,e hid
Icr of the class of bonds s
atcil and the circuinstall
which it was done.''
' UiHe I he Southern peopli
desire to pay t he Con tedei a te (1
None that 1 am aware of
because of their inability, an
because t hey harealreudj repm
It. Two I liiu' ; th it I lie I
States Government were very I
in doing at the close of the wa
the nrreet ol Dat Is and
that the Confederate del
repudiated. Willie I dl
lM pate that it will ever be t
attempt made to pay ir,
be the ease, ir w ill be alt'
to the forced ainendmeu
its repniliation.
At this juncture Mr. Stephens re
mem be red ho had an engagement
and with Ida usual pubctu ility !"
left tbecottageto keep it, utter wish
iug me a good evening.
e repudi
cs under
First,
llexl
was,
he iieuvaiul
I si Ill be
not nnticl
lid, or any
ill, if such
gether due
requiring
views are (list
j carefully avoid,
our feeling or
It diii not seen
foi
I
i.-t
ltd ti
1 any
itlllllS.
to ui
you.
Item I
I len
to si it
eloquent! if I In
leil 11
1 am il
sid
Qxed Steadily upon this as n ode
ata - to ateer yonr political course by.
Stofi yonr ears to the blandishment!
of this temptation of immediate) wi.
lief on the one band, or that aed not
Hon of gratified passion on the ol ner.
Summou ail jroht aelfrestTaijjitig
mauhood, and you ahafl sail sale
tw4Hsi the ScyHa nnd Chary bdhi
which perplex your way.
'XAMApHtTSERTI To BOUTH CARO
LINA. My friends, I have almost d-me,
ami I will detain yon but a moment
riling to' MTEgeBt some thoughts
! which, as u citizen or Massachusetts
and a native of New Euglautl, havs
long occupied my mind and sem to
me appropriate to tain meeting on
; the -oil of South Carolina. Bepa
' rated as our Statea have been lor
ui
on ot
ton
south nn-
ANli WABK
J0HJI QUHfl AH IMS IN
oi l A - IBS s!'!;y,ui
HtMPTON'n RRsmSE.
In accordance with an earnest in
rifatioil from the Democratic Stan
Central Committee of Sonth Caroli
na, lion. John Quiucy Adams, Deui
ocratie candidate for Cove nor u
Mas
iiehusetta, made
Imnbla, S. '.. on t he
being veiy widely c
mended. A tier a ou
suggestive
tw Llbettl eaab adraoeal
. i . . i a,, il.i. bullae.
rVU. til. lea.
Or: Wcisihk1 A liatLfU,
CANTON, MIS.
a-afATINel aeaoeiated theroaetTaa lathe r-rart1-.
II i HaJIciie ami -iri. re.oectfnt) ofe
ba. r..a I., the pnblie.
R. PEMMEs- bv:-: I 4
eball'telhe atnily and prai tlc
Piaaae few ilea and cblldr
... Meaaaaew in r'.t braneh "
urOeVe orer Miwby. I'
J.n2'i lr
,,t Olpwetrli ii n .'l
beiee foe a lit
Li-, pi ufe,mSs,
nd A ijo'a.
. a. aalASerar, m. o. . ff; ..'?:?
Irt. GALLOWAY k CAGE,
mlBKIT PBVSill IIS,
CANTON, Misa.
ai.a h.uid.io. mt r..n. Naaw.
atab.r C. 1W 'f'
HI. J. V1VTS
(I.nle Rhorrr A 7ur.t,)
COTTON FACTOR,
No. 3-1 Ti-ritiJo Street, corner Cnrondetet,
20 tf. Now Orleans.
-.tlr.
PR.
N. C. OPvPtlCK,
HellT, RicnaBaa A
Co '
t ix oknt -.1. orn tnovB ponr at as tf.
w :i run i-.i-run i-.u.
reel 1EC3-C. W-
.iittvtaI, OEER ATHENS
t At old3ir!criSaePoh.
nnaj.e,-)ut'r
J. r
r ii.n Bcsettt of r.io'.'-v, I
na Ir "i all d-n..l nperatioi!.. Il-n
all URa Boat as V ..u - ' T' "
faranna of limile.i nieanne ' "t healtale i
ejatl. Nn CaiBfie tr eZitwi'nMtioa and advice
Chlon-r-m and Ik-kI ar.av-l'iMta by mi-.m- '
atkor .prey.) nare ertVn fcabaS Th '
af tba pum'ie i a!IH t., ib. an i iaapn i i. -m i
ARTIFICIAL TtKTB.
Tby re SSrehle. aatntal and lit like in ;,rpar
aace wo.o w -.b r'nnfort. .nil naoek . ' thaa
f.rme-iy. C. b. KNArf. .
Janaary 4. ISSI ir- Mekaaa, Mi-a.
iltisffllanfous (Eorl9.
. Y. BBATEB.
MERCHANT TAILOR.
--i iL'I.I IMpeuiniltj inform his old irb-uda aj
and r.ntonera, a'nd tins public fenentb M
i that ha baa removed Irom Sberon and aet- JKt
te'il iu Cantos, where be will eontii.ua the
Merchant Tailoring BusineaH,
u alt It eariem branche. Haviaa an eip.riea
nearly thirty yearn, he feel ennfldent ,ii his ablt
iv in alaa aatWaoWaa to all wkoaaay favor kiw
villi their patronage a liberal ehara of whiob lie
nlioit- from tbo public.
Haelnn realdea nnd carried nn bijiue in Bharoe
fr laaay yeara, re'paclfally rarara to ibtalUaea,
i that p a.- and eii nay.
boor in Wett i-idu l'ublie BfoaM.
s'.nlbV J ilicii.irda
Aim-. ?7. lr..V
his
-one do-.i
1L BOOTS fc-
MP. DCN'N bai opened a Moot and
, Shoe efci P in iba old Moo huuie, autl
is Laepured t furuiaU
of an editor s room, 1
leiiud the former v ice-rresiuent, oi
the Confederacy. Pale, etnnciated,
and li llin st shriveled, hi. thin Hps
twitching nervously, his felt hat on
been use of neuralgia in the head, one
leg thrown over the other, the foot
of which constantly in a nervous
motion, but his dark eyes sparkling
brilliantly and his entire features re
atkuble for an intellectual ex pres
sum. Mr. Stephens impressed the
visitor with a feeling of deference,
in in, .led with nitv that such wonder
i fill mental power should be acoom
iiiiiiiei iv so ecoie a iiivsic.n uii.m
izatioii. Alter a few
his health, which he
poor, and was the caUSe) of his pres
ent v isit to Ihe Springs, I asked lor
opinions politically, and received
renlv Inch I'ullv coiiliriued what
I bad heard that he did not intend
to make any expression of them, nor
in any way to meddle w ith the con
test. " Allowing sgch tube the case,'
remarked '-a mere conversation
on political topics can not be con
strucil into a participation in the
campaign."
' True," he replied, " but if pub
Halted in ihe Herald that cast mil
be given to it. 1 am unwell, howev
er, to day. and if you call again i
may talk with you."
'ibis was a lew evenings since, and
in accordance with his expressed per-
. , . . I I .' . . .
miss. on 1 a.iiu pieseoieu iiivsen in
I . ... . I .,-! I.... I..
nay, niiiiing oiui looi.nig uttitr, w
jcidedlv mora commnuicative,
CAllliin.K'.l I..., . v , ,.
I How do you
Thev would abide bv judicial
decisions, and there is li t'e doubt
that all this party legislation to se
cure powder would be overthrown,
Conventions would be called, and
the people won d reguTUte suffiage
as best they thought proper the
lieve a system of qualified suffrage
on an educational basis would be
generally adopted iu the So.it . in
Mich an event."
'Do you anticipate any troubl.'
dining the Presidential election b.
tweeu the races in the newly recou
atructed States I"
' No; except when it is provoked
remarks as to i ",r ,,Mi" "" 'i - ;
Kaid was verv associated th inselves with the ne-
"iocs to ct otnee. 1 lie wn.ies win
remain, as the have been, peacc
ible aud quiet, relying mainly ou
the Noi th tor deliverance Irom the
frightful condition in wl ich Ihey are
placed. The cry of the Radicals,
1 Let na have peace,' mentis let us
have war. Thev desire it, and to
make political capital, inaugurate
1 riot alni blood died, it not 111 war led
I by the forltearanoe of the whnes.
I They raise the cry thai the South
I wants war. They lie wheu thej sa
it. Tiie Southern people have no
'means to make war. no disposition
i io tight, no e uy to meet. Peace is
ail Ihey wish foi-. and the civil liber
i iy which as. citiaaeia of this republic
they are eutifted to "
"'Would the negroea resort to
i aims in case they were deprived ol
lauffiage I"
"If they would and did and fonghl
for it thev should then certainly lie
gard the present entitled to it, but asabodvera
the document we l
conclusion that it
propriety, be stylo
speech, as it is eh'u
advice and Instruct
of South Carolina as
in w hich lhe should
selves to bring abou
tics aud good will on
X n th. The lea ling
which he sees salvath
i speech in I'
13th, which
opied and coi
ireful perusal
ave conic to i
may. with in,,
i a lecture I hat
ly made B)H
OllStO the pei i;
s to the maun
1 conduct Ihel
mailt, and I hate spoken
liecause I felt serious.
may come of it, 1 shall feel
warded if by any chance 1
turned one heart to a Cllltf
earneat, honest effort to fn
far as ii, it lies, the reatoraf
Constitution and Ihe Union
GEN. Tv-ADE BAXPT1
At the conclusion of .Mr
soeeeh. Gen. Wade Ham;
and spoke as follows :
He sai 1 that he congratulated
fcllow.cir ens on having bean
voice from the other end ofthe Un
Yonr committee, he said, as luatn
ed. have done all iu their power
obtain Northern orators and Bta
men to eome and speak amonjt y
but al! on I ell a ts were nl
At last, Iwwever, one h is c
lienni the name of tiie 111
Thomas J, ffereon styled
ilefender a id llilbtr of the
Ion ot tidepeiideuoe.1 H
ed to yon calmly and oonsl
' I Would sa v a word .r I a
apnnae, not for all ol Sonth i
1 bin for a part I wish him
t back the assurance that on
are a null on Ihe subject of i
land slavery, and nckuowlen
thai
the
inmi
rose
itouutei
; conntei
that one
The one cold, e
fr.l ; the otlu r W
: Impressionable.
quaii
i ,,v re
i force,
u
ics and yon (1
lili.it iug and i
Not need Wl
ivjj.
ami
here
over
no avail,
one who
hi whom
he great
Deei.iri-
incidcut8 len by tt
thev are disposed
to be nearly relate
political division n
of watersheds rath
The nn ,n iut rim
if r
ii, i
lil..
of th
need i
ig them
dh
mc
ous
MM.
villa
i:-r
hey
ling
cor-
,i
;i
oi
t:u
ti
c
i a
i
ineasurea in
n for the South
! . i i L1 s
nun nun e
part of
.ire universal amnesty
suffrage. The latter
speech is as follow s :
To both whites and hlaclta I would
com sel ihe most forbearing ami
patient cousldeiatron for each other.
Yonr cares are difficult enough at
best. For God's sake do not make
litem Impl ies.-. l .V Heedless niiMludcr-
atiuiding, or auger, or id blood. 1
think that even if yon were tree to
do as you liked, a Wise policy would
dictate the education and gradual
enfranchisement of the negroea as
fast as they w , ie lit for it. No free
peoplecan afford to perpetuate ig
iterance among its people, for ignor
Slice is its internecine enemy. Sot
ilol think thai any atatewmaniike
policy i-i a repablic can suffer nn
lieini.nie.it exclusion of any class ot
its citizens from a share iu the o-
,f tlu
ii Co-twee-
lurml
Ui
'he war. Jlee
thai tl tint I
i,, the Deuiocr t
plank, bj s ij lug II wa
ia it was II..- lank of i
1,1 111. lie i ailed I he ;
Adams to tne proei
Democratic I ' venti
lumbi 1 1 n April -1 t i;
'v one districts of the
then- a i lingness to
softrage with tne aam
is iii Massaehtisetta.
Adams WOllill led his
believed that, nlthong
m. .-taken, we Were tr
and honorable,
f I bent tl '. he
aiucii ol h s mis;
wace.
;,i be bl ;otfd partlsiBa. Yon mast
of course feel s deep interest iu the
success of those who espouse your
cause, and vo.i may properly exert
all legitimate inttuencea to promote
I heir suets ss, but you ought not to
sunt the door to aid Irom any sen ice.
uiiy i
merclai people, eairyi
and toiling everyw hei
of I lie ".il i s. You '
ion, and rice, and iii
petitine, w blob wecari
VVaj aie deeply inter
facturca wbicii oa d
woi k upon your i aw
our busy s indh a. 1
upon details, but if I
ill m.T idea.-, we can ll
ful to eacli other.
I0DSI 8I1RI1I
e tne
e cot-
tnr
siuue. suit
le ro
v I h
JvreR
rijiht
ITU "
iu, I
wool
11 ol
1 accomplish
harmony and
OK
,i
I know a g"
for I go there ever;
wood to go 19 chnrc
ruin
1 tilii-.nl c'.iurc'i,
Sunday. It is
Co si thit-L."
' Tniiimr Rlula.
ami he !i';i s to
looks, aud don't
r i ow, and is
base hi
It) hie m
I have already deprecatejl unreason
able and undistiugnished hostility to
1
and
Patent3Metallio;Wh;to Clethespnef
istTn nnnrpc! ivn CTTIirQ .,..,,.i,,m ,,r ,. eoinitn. Mr. ' i hev would not do it An iNtissional
I'lixii pun io anp ouuiao, -;:;;;;;--,,,;;,,,;.:;,;-' there might amogti.e.n
Al Ihe lowest eah prleea. I " As exceedingly deplorable. The of men who would, under the inspi
... . . . , . 1 ie, vi.uiiint iit'cniititutiomil freedom .ration and irmdauce af whitea, elani-
4; patob. Dc7 iy lis rapid, y disappearing, and we
. are last verging into centralization
ami despotism. I 11 less some won
llerfhl cu.inge takes place, unless the
in onleoi the Ninth, exercise that wis
doiii for w hich Am eridaltS have been
' L-. 1,1,. in the tiast. thoiieh
n.-ivlna len apnoii.tnl accnt nl Ibe above named tUfX seclll tO IlitVe lost It latterly.
2' Z1":,T . , . il.., worUl shall er. Ions witness the
nraere hi the eeaaa eMhar fur a period at yean establishment of an
BROOKLYN
LIFE IXSFRAfK .Mil,
OF NEW YORK.
,.r lor . ft
The II10 t'lii i a r, liable ln-IUution. and nafcra im" 1,1
long
em-lire on the
tins once 'Teat republic. Saxona have
many n.icauUgea tu iU patn-uC. e will men- l,e measures 1 nailg UI a ICO lJ Hie
una eaaa. . . dominant part V arc the surest indi
J-nnnn'','MnnetHm;mt' cations ...'coming despofism. They
I a lon , f ore ih rj or tne i-iem nm. m, a ,a ve Ira liipleil I lie t onsl II III loll un
der foot, and have legislated solely
and .'-.I. t id. Aa p..bcn-a an- uon -loiaiauie aueriwo im, j ,, Keep I ueiasci es i u iiioei. uiui 1,1
Sid tu put il up and like , annual ireiiioiin' hive lni aid. etl'eetlo same object Without a
olllie.il revoi.ttioii occurs meant one,
THR anderalejied. Bnl of ""e Aaae i ioaa Wire
Caasanay a gear Ytk eswi.l Lea ' '
the aOrmtlon -jf the b m k r u M ,
ajaaell ae their Paktat M.uab.c Clauwi I. no
k... ,..,, .1 ,..!.. i ,,lv M.iic'o "nit a
ble for a cl Kb.-a line, rsceat the "1,1 faikhiaal loan ia ..i ; M to.in Hie l-, licy
Mn. wl. i a w.va nl...'. an .nuc.i anil' yii'-o n-.,i nirn in.. "c
l , . l. , ., , ........ h . 1 1 ,' M-l,.rin. A.I
. . T", 1 -TT, ' . ;:..,, ,.,. -., a.- eal
7liZM!Zt. i dh"' 'Dfeidendapaid annually in caah afier the
With thi. Im yea bare none Ikeaa annnvan-, and roar. ,.
taw and when it ia ouce p it up it givea uo lame ( oil.. N charfie for Policy, aUmp or nn-dnai ix
ttrwile. .amiutwu. wmnm
pecim.n. can be BBM al the tta. atore of; Anl Brooklyn Lie in.uranoe Co.. .N .A
IhSt A bare. Dr. A. H. C.gw. Medical a-SSStkiew.
M, R. H. COULO, ARent. , .ITSas .aWea.
EVERGItEEN NUPSEBIB
tl--e etURSBBlBB) lae
t , , r 1 , .in.- a. ,l
the govcin!tuc.il will be Hlerg
a despotism an empire. L
is elected next November I
expect to see another
election !'
or for the right of suffrage, but so
rare as to be scarcely noticeable
Asa race, a people, Ihey do not no
precate liberty. It is not their
nature. They arc simply .hildicii
ot t lie sun, with none of the genuine
aspirations of the w bites in be freex,
But if an evidence of eTttal I say
were wanted, I can point to Tennes
see, w here B0.000 win es Angio-
I ice u d lesra 101 j ed.
and they do not resort lo arms. In
Creorgiu there, are ,aaaM, ami
Ihroimhout Ihe Soufli in the as arte
(iroporlio i, but we hear oi 'SM IhSW'
rectiou of lvbellioii on I Lis aeeount.
Therefore it is clear the eBFgteJ will
scarcely Igbl underllie sam.- rt reel as
stances, notwUhalaasHug tltaal il aaay
be said, 'And the cnioted traXipS
l.iiioht nobly.'"
m U, nv do you regard tiie fi-i i.icea
1'u sideiiti.il of the coin.trv, a: il are the s..atni-i n
iu tutor oi iMji.igtnc j.uiou
d into
Clint
never
. D. SIH WAY.
nT AN UK AC -TV RE It o' Txa-s.ddk.
ITX H.-ne-w.. Plow Brid ea auj B -eth
Ing. and dealer In
iATrtnt awt, nor. rts rsos
rnKSCei asd noMt'ern- ' t.w Kns
sole i.i -"t u tsm
KHOEllAK:SS IDOLS
WLAWTnts- your .- Urn.'.
OeA aiaw4ard Ppaaw taaaaer. aad - J
nillF. Pnw.net r. -f
I ..;....!. ia aaaeaaav
e . mill, trut awn. .
OkaCSLUinS aid the rkanrart ",' '.' '
, ', ,,. ,n, lllbVai,H ar.l n -am MU IHt' s-
ItAlsKO I :;OIT TPKRs i lira r .-' .-Pi-iowu
aaaS a. ' ai the lov.r-t prb . r,.n BaaSh
l , n,e m. and aenct tor ynliwlv.
ayajL l'aial,oea furmalieal cr. , to apl l.c.anta.
lor further pan,,, car- aLii"
. S. atASUARO A CO..
k hat la your opinion if ureal
Miteoaally f
That he is pnlirelv underrated by
thecouoiit and the press. I knew
him very well. He is a remarkable
man. and one that tew appii-clate, of
peop
tl debt I"
' I am precisely of the fe.in
ion as Mr IViinletoii on th - subject
ul the lioaiieiw. Hts ie aSSMrd
aith mine Inlly D al tr uskly witli
Ihe bondhohlei'. "iilt u t pi ,-iile.liiig
:.i...i ...a.... n..i....,i. Imn nnd viii'mnt allow ice Inni In
lie, en,, fi - .
imlili ieruiincit will IIO.I t lie rhi iii,ii' on i in pim,u . -
A ,r an..l. ,w ih bin i Willi im l ie cii'ililoi ami inns n m
euer
man
ty
tor
aaay
present Kmpemr Louis Napole.-n per snsiain it. Hut loft, reatore oonsti
ei nn ent, d the Loiuuionweai
know we hate had government a al
Ihe North looking to some such in
regard toa foreigu pol cy, as many
sincere men QoW aie nrgillg upon
vou. In reference to the colored
people, the IT ot America tor
American," bss been as loud mid
more poiular than the shout that
"tins is a white nail's govetumetit.'
1 can adopt Be) thei, and I beg you
not to be templed by yonr present
evils to make Ihe latter your sttibbo
i,. iii ;- far-seeing and geiarrous
enough to lake a loftier stand, ami
see this bio id laud to Ik the reftlge
uf all nation, snd of all racas and
colols, w heie the civil rights are It-s.-ectcd
and an interest in ihecoin
UMM gOVel nmenl is conceded as soon
is a di e i, gard to the safety and
imd order f all will permit. NoHi
law can be a more fruitful source of
discontent and distut 'nnee than the
exisreiice among yon of a caste hope
lesslv excluded iiom political piivi
leyci.
m KKI.ATION OF n SOUTH TO
I ll K rnt.lTICAL PAatTUCS,
Mr friends, am . trraoassing M
on y'oar kindness. 1-til upon a s b
ject so husked as ihe one we are con-.-ideii
ie; today it is iiiiossiblc to be
cooci-e. Your reHatrTMU lo ihe pol t
leal parlies of the Noiih have a veiy
iiiinnil.iut besrina aitaMI nnr late.
ui all cm 'its hBftl no v. and demand M" '
careful medlMtioil Most of you
d iiiisiess regard the BkVXMBa aaf teks
D -inoeiatic (MttJ tweutiul lo oar
relc is tflaj your akaweall situation,
hut il is my duty lo remind you tlkSil
men ia your po.aninu h ive no right
A 5H3;.7. ArrrtAt..
W he'.lnr ll'is Im- so or n", there
Uvit emii'ty ocierecn us.
at ,,n lotigei. Wr haie
rheribhed our dislike, m.ignineil our
the R 'pul
warn you
exclusive
t he Demo
I i tail! party:
against nn
let OttOn lo :
racv si'.cceci
any. It
electing
their candidates you Mil be auojeo.t,
ad to temptations as trying as the
dew ,nd tipoO yonr snifi r.iiu e may
prove i" ftiae Oen.Orantia chosen.
Mastv. ill- siusid ucd. asionare, vi
olent action ia tbe event ol Dcirto
emtio success "roald he almost sure
in the end 1' tarn to yonr diMSxei gl
are sud reuder your last estate worse
l dan the Brt, sim! yetll will require
a goo l d -ai oi s 'If-commaod to con
tiol ihe len til, li Irom this depies
sion; but the eoinitiy even in thai
event w id b ao evenly divided, and
so greatly excited, that a small thing
may induce a terrible eatasf io"hc.
Ou the other hand, in case of lien.
Graut'a election, you will be called
on to exercise a wMla longer yonr
patience and forbearance. I am
sure il will be ri Warded in the end.
1 do not believe thai Q. Great is
voiit enemy. 1 feel sure lm means
kindly to yon, and will try to do
justice aud show miroy la his oourae
to xou. A htrgu in. ias (t ' Itepuldi
cans will he1,ion if ion will dolour
lc..t to iieip yourwelves. A great
majority of al'. the Berth Sfal.T wait
to lie MM it i sate to take ; or
dislly by the luntd onoe ksore. Bide,
then, your li ne Iu either event.
l'oses lour soitl in path nee. Call
lo tour aid thai grandest ol huinaii
. . - , .- . I I l 111 !...
lilies, sell dinirut, ani "in i"
I. Tins mtt ion lias hail I-o much
ot violence and hi.id.ong bastSA
You. in par.n i.'ar. In.ve .,ad a tetN
ribla waiiiiog against heat assl p. k
ata. Keep col, and witch loer
,-'-lliei , i"i,.i m .n-nce U win. A Vi
: 1 Ikitttrw. do t n-lcaa to tender it
11 O C ill:
are often icy
sides is a gOOO bo.'
u-.id Sunday school
know how to sw 1111.
afraid of a game ,
never nla en hooky
I .vi a Rood boy aometi
Wish it Wi-s g '"d lo be ha
could go btrdauesting, and
nt night, and uot hear aer
Seiraoiis are mostly p
eburch. Y.-t pa s in v
a sermon at bora 1' is
ter 1 hue beVll 1 i. S '
people who go to
er ' auu g
laheil
t's always very hot in ctinrcl
never ge' so fidgety anywbere's
as 1 do at cl urcb. I'm never fid
iil.ni i go oat playing, or wheu
to the circus. But Aunt Jer
a,- d
bnl I
It is always of
vi. s i I suppose
chinch art alwayi
there to gel pu.l-
I
so
rj
go
r-sba
: ov It
1 'tall
; ink
ay
g-
re
1
Ml
h
la si S'
aai s if I w. is a
wouldn't b BO.
asleen in chun i
tins w as vci v bad
I aa both pa am! UI und Mi
face, who passes round the pi
fast ash- p too. Mr. Lonpl.io
il the iot'di St.
I sometimes think church
he a good place io pla) bide
seek in You can g. t awav
the pears so nice, sad nobo !,
tbiuking -l lotkkiug in the pa
1 bke to below the bt lows
lit
cui.r-
man i' ho mays 'he sag
ley Ptlffer lines so now ,
beapa ol money tori: a
a dollar a Sunday, lie k
soniei in i s. I ata 't be
ebinv ucd- . though !
arork to blow the oigan, t
cash r (ban keeping as i
the s, , men.
1'lieiv . a O"eo a bof
wnnld
md-gsi
under
' ever
pit.
for the
;:::. CaMT
anil gets
leasl half
IS HM l loW
ha io too
1 'a batal
o.i. Im! ii'a
d u
lillltll 11
w ;
Bit!
w. a
wiiii
lock
tee . st and ahoatiasea. He s.i.!
h. '.! bad mgb of efcareh ! last
him ail bis 1... . Bssaetisai s I think
thai Pee bad e igh to--, t i, .;i!.-ii I
never sai l1 isless. When I cet
to ho fiind, !;! afaWMaal says i"I
In e to I .. miois iiiiic fmesa
.. . . . .1 . . . . C
r,.- to- jaati at, TO s i aeeaaieaaBj an an-K.,i
eiiMt-rpuitv to return to tfte e. i no-e: ".aaaiiawvi 7.- :
,,, , ,t Ii' voo favor baste to ate aa U I never ananl aa gMaa, i
. u ,, ,n taaev Deaanah r..iic nattt . aiu't yet ; I'm only
oi by iinpaUiem-e stt. ngutun inoi
-ait l inn ii
Jair . WAsarNr.xox Shrug.

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