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taii, Ibal ui ???.-<? tlic I'rt-i.l.tit Bhonld bfl tt*
I'iirt, (I, bfl WOnM reform hia r.thinet rilto
trothcr. Uut why ii.?<'<! hc incur thfl wholljr
needleflfl ill-.'.ill <>f "imiaalin thal rirei l.ifore
??h<- fttt |e ii."' _
ExSi'iiitti'i II iiii.n appf-.irs in tbfl Waflhillff
loa disjiiit. in-- i*i tha lif.'1't oi" aa ezpeetant ui
|.-. i.-i.ii-y Fiflh'fl . lio.-*. Bfl iwiliaj)-- haa thfl
?aaaa ehaac*. nn thtm a> ;m expeetBat in tl.is
Steta, who pfoBaiaad eafl-BBlablpfl to countiy
editora ii tbej wonld whitewaal hifl _-_cre__it
al.l? notion nt t'i.' laal Btata (oDventiou.
Thc balief al BaiBtogBaeaBM toha miiv.r.-al
lhal tlu c .. "t imj) ;.. liiniiit haa Bobatan
tiiilly ii-'Kaii OB tlu* ci.nvii tion oi' JndfB U.'ir
j ir.l. Thfl oitlv HBCatton is as towhHln-r tliiw
ronvi.iion sb;ill iv.uk ])< ljutnal d-flqaat-teat-Ofl
fuTjolV ,-. 1 r?B Bfl tiii** point the fflflflpO-tfl
ue. Boppoaed toheaBjaiBit the Judga. who waa
ao L.t.ly ennfiil.nt of trimapbaarl acquittal.
Thifl WOek w.* are tO have anothei State
aloctiflfl-. tliii' of Woal VilfiB-B. The Bepnl li
? .ims .tn BBakiBg i." ii*.'lit, the eostoflt bfliflf
|,ct\\..'ii Ihfl regBBtf DCBBOflBBtk tirket and
another Ofll hcnlcl hy a di_j.ati-li.-.l aH>iii;uit
for a j.!:.-? Ofl the lOfwlfl- onc Wfl looh viith
l...M4'iil |*Q i'i th.* vote Ofl the pnpoaed
lirovisi'.n f.n t!i<ii ('.'ii-fitntion, foih-dding
any Imt whita -Bt-flOBI to hc eh.led or ap
potntod to o'h.c aad bopa on Knday inoniing
|0 iinnaiiinc. Ufl d.ie.il.
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AiiDlli.r OarpirthM A.liiiini-itiiitiou Ifl iii
perO. Tha OoTcnor of Tozaaii throolofled
vi'li imj..... (.nn-nt. Whea like l__r_fl_a befaa
jt'K.nt tha t aawflj f.'.v.'inor of QeofgUt hia
AdauaiatrBtiofl alUafl in-t.i.'.i faa ooaaoatiog
iihatufl t'? aaa na n> that ba wai tha bboo! ap
lifht) ahh-, and imohjictioiiahlo of _M)(,r loy;.l
i-'-, ji. i>a i utoil by uiic'ouvertcd lehels. lli.
lii\alty did n't nrov.- a plaa in bar of r-onvi. -
tion lor rohlwry, an.l botWOOB two aw_"A II
tl.-aiii.juand, tO r< tnni no more fonv.i. Bnt
Vo klnill BOW BBBB that <.o\. I?,t\is ih 'AU \n\if
fkt i.i.v. Bullock was reiiri-M-ntcd.
Tbfl iii.iiiiifaeturers of doOBBBaatfl .01 tlu
l)ti. -Holdenr |>..rty jiii-sunic groatljon thfl
ifnirraatf ? t Totoia. Cosaidfliiaf thal tbey
repreaen. \sl.ai ifl left ol tht Bepablieaa party
uit.-r itf Baora eoaap-caoafl leodflta hare gonc
cut, aml -Saehariab (han.li.r ^ Co, hava i^
BflBtad the vacant alflM es, they pflfhap- do not
liiawiirately e-timate the WBfltfl ot th<-ii c'.ii
Mitii.i.iy. But it is a little droll to tiud the
maM i "iniiiitt.. di.tnbutinK docuiuent. agM-Mt
Iln- BBBM o.iiidiilitte, \ihi.li iinjiailially pTOTfl j
d.in. ai. arig-B-J _w-oa_aioa_ial| un origu_al <'?>
BB-iaa_a_i an arif-aal Aholkiouiut, aud a 1-on
f'.aUd. PSfiMBl oi thn xam Ivk iho Uiiiv-i. I
Thi* ii tb.- ehanaiag f__riflt* flWc* Mr- (,-li-"
?1!,.,'k OflflUflitlflt Blfl prep.irc.l to fflfflfah to flfl
wbo waat thflfl-. la flflflkafta ?>?" .???"??*? *N
aad eolon lo Mdl Un fflff-fll market*.
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Illinni* WtA fl-.i-.v in -hfl Wbflffll movement ;
Liberal poUtiea] doctitiiffl bflffl __*?? _*??_
i-.x.t ni its gflBOfOflfl lOflL ??""? ??"' ro11 of iU
raoHt dlitfagni bfld flli'fl'i-l'i""'" ?* ,,1(' n'"wrov
dtition il splomlnl. Oflflflflf-flflflflfl>iflflfli wlitisfl*
_,t!c. on ji.iliticiil flftin ifl tlu- Gtodea Btate
wbere priatod, orflfleatfl n Btrikiag iain?
i, ni <if the pctflOBOfll ??' il" Betflfl-fl l'-ir'y m
bow ooaaftitntiri ; it ftiriii.*> a grsnp tA fl-flinea.
mifll honorahle i:h 11 of whfch nny Btfltfl WBB)
Wflll bc pr.uid. It Bpflflkl vt 11 for tho BflflM
whirh fl'iin oommand thfl eerrieee flf *t*h
-tittoincn, politicians, nml <ii i/? us.
Thfl <li**I?kt(1i<*a pnhlislicd tiii*. ?OTflifli in
Ngaid tfl thf rifltfl fll Bfltfflfl wffl ??* f!,il ,n
Btrengthcn, in tho minds of many. thfl huflflflfl
_____ thal Tlu* aniiiKitiiv botf/flflii il"- -WforflBl
.cn ti. l iii li claud i** irit'fl oiK iliilili'. tn i") othflf
1 thflfl thfl flt-flflflp. of tlio Rflflun Cfltho
li.s tfl niiiii?Ill ll"- r<"))( il fll tht aet* fof
Mddiflg party pn-cossions i-? "llt BnhflBpy
Bfl un liy. DflUBflt hflli for fofll dflj* bflflfl ""'
sfl.ii.- bI rioto whieh a largfl body ?>f troopi
bai bflflfl naah-B tfl QneJL Wt tta Btwtt bc
,*,-i-tain. f/hflii Irdaad i** ippflflflfltly ti p
:' I -h," in not flHl tlif flffl of ;? IflliO-l 'li
t irbance. _ _
We publi-li to-day h detaBed floooont of the
i.fl.nt iflfDlntioiiiiiy iiioflfl'iiiiiit iu i'fl-ni. wlii.li
was uniii.iiiiic.l bj folegnpb B Wflfll BgO. Al
thongh thfl fflflCflfll fofltwfli of thhido flfli dif
fcr mat-rially from tlio Mcicot.vpcil Sontli
Aiiiciiciii icv(iliitii)ii, one noveltj bai bflflfl la*
trodnead arhieh pt_t_*m w?B i?n tbi futuw
111 iiiitcii.'iire of onler in l'eiii. -Bfltflfld oi n
1,1.".<_' the violcm proeeedinga to orerthrow
the (:.)vcriini?"iit with tbt ir 11-n.il ii]...tliy, Uk*
paople inaiiifc.-icd doop lotervsl in the preaer
Vi..l-)llol II leffll lllllllillir.ll.lllOII. Wii.n the
oflurper Gntierrei Wl Into ilnir banda, hc wai
.ily k ill* il, liifl-'rcm un- beiflg tn .iti'l with
iiiv m a warning tfl> ill othef diBtmrben
of tl"* peaee, and the eonatitntioanl Prt-ident
waa duly inaognratod.
'l'lio eondneten of tl"1 Offlce-Holdera* caa_
paign bflffl thni far bflflfl toflted witn ineh
(?("lisiiiciiitioti tliat they beghi to foel entitled
t<i imi).iniiy tlioiii.-'l\c-, whllfl endflflroring to
blaehen tbecharaeterof evefj eonapienaai ad*
vocato of roiiiiifliii i'liil r ioiin. The Uut tflffl
shining maihi on whom they hare Dxed are Oen.
Banhi ninl Caasini U. I lay. While oad) wa*
loyal to tho Beaominationiati 1"' waflflflhi. il
rie loa.l.T, withonl bfll and wltbool repxoflehj
iK.w flaeh ii to be j*iiij 11 ?-*I as 1 worthlefls wn
?-. alwayi diarfpotable, h?g 1 diigraee to
the party, la fa<t, if tlio Etenominataonista
may be tnwtfld, no i:i'fl;ii pfltty ortt bad Bncb
.: (iisrciiutiililo Iot of iflfldeifl. -ini'' Jiiii!ifl*- tir-*t
begaa oa tlu- AaMrieaa eonttaMBti as bfld the
Repnbliean party np to Um tfam whflfl flfl
1, .1 Bnchanan Demoerat, whfl bad flerei
\.-tifll a BflflfinbUeaa tiekel la lii*. lif'
given iti highefl. offlce i" ordei to lead it
n -jmialily. ___
jii.lp- ir.-iuy B. m l.i. a ii me <>f the Lii>
<i;ii Bepublieaai whom th<* oui-* *Holden
have bo. yet found onl t.i be 1 Beceasionial
1.; 1 -..-.iiiiiilrrl. Biaee hii flpeceh in Bocbeoter,
nt the great ratifleatioii teetingi la-t Thnis
day, ln may ai well understa&d that his un
prind|ded eoniae can no longfli eicape dfl
.-, im lexpoinre. Perhapethere ii Bome yonng
BBflfl in thfl vi* inity who 0 111 be imlu. < .1 to
BWflfll tliat he bflB Mflfl n l?*tt* r from him, ifl
favor of a gflneifll (ditt, iii the lir.-t month of
.Mr. ( I..'(.)'.-. iid.iiini.-tration, eommflnding tln*
BlaOflghtet of all tho .flnt-boni <liil?ln*n in the
laii<l. Tho yOflflg man will pntty BOOn Ifltrfld
his alliilavit, but the Offlfl^-HoldflTB1 OTgflni
(iin go on, all thfl saino, pnfaUahtflg th<
original itory, with ampliflefltioni nml piopei
expiciriona of borror, from now antil ? 11?
tion dfly. Lfl 1 tlio poor Judgc prepfllfl liini
-.!f.
From South (iirolinn we havo rcjiorts thfll
thfl Cflipet-bflg lfladan are Qvarreling saHing
tliflin-flilvc-, an.l that 1111 iiiilo|)cnili-nt Bfl pulilican
tii ket will probflbly be flomiflated ia oppoai
tion to that of the liiiitf. lt men of known
good cliarat-u-r ran bfl ioiiixl anil placed
on H'i. li a tiekel the white inbabitanti
(.1 Smith CaroUni wfll no donbtwilHogly Ki\.'
it their mpport, and with tbe aid of the tton
iatelligflnt and boneet of tho Begroee mighl
reaaonflbly hope toeany ihe state. Thflgtealeil
ohfltflfllfl wonld lie iu ihe fraud-*) of the
el< ition ofticors, Romo, ol whom. it may l,e
n nn inlierod, were sent to the Poniteiiiuuy
two ycars apo ior just a tritlo offlfdoing Imsi
BflM iu the licaufort district. fl'ertaiu it ig
that there is now great flfllflflgiing, aml that
expoMiros are comingoiit of tboflflNh-tflfMrflfl-U
of tho great rol.boneft of tho Seott rinif. Oflr
dfliz.i, the flflglfl Secrotary ti State, bfll M Ifli
?howii hhnflfl-f bflflflflt, able, and indepmuJent,
and, when he is kuown, wiflldl glflfll power
w.ii. hii Bflflfla Hi* fonifle and that of the
>iin!h Carolina nogroi 9 will ho Wfltehed with
greflt ifltereat by thoflfl nhfl wish tfl iee the
eolored iflflfl show th?felffll woithy of the
ballot. _________________________________
THF A'EET) OF THF UOl ll.
The dflBfff of the canipaif,'ii il thfl codD
denee <"iir bkadi feel that the electioa of
Iluiiii >? (Im ley is ho lnucli desired b] tlicm: flflM
that it will Ix* fleeomplilhed withont the ordi
naiy CflBipfllgn work. The Mpoitl MBt flhfflfld
cvi ry ihiy thflt thin and thfll piominiut Bfl*
pnl)li(-ai) hafC ilidaied for Oreeley, tflgflthflr
with the well Ciiuoln rated rejioils of
changflS in tho mas. < s, mny well tflfld to
over-e.iii'.deiKc, and pK-vuit thfll figOCOOl
oriraiii/.alion withont whi'li M glflfll i.'Volu
Iio11 was ever mecflflflfhli The vinious Btfltfl
('(.iiiiuiUcoH, and (ho Xational Coinmilttlfl ,1
weii, -.tini tfl bc bending their energlei tfl th.
?eeoadflfy labor of seuding out doenmenti and
BpeakflTfl. Tbere is anotbei laboi that ebooM
])reeed?* tliin, withont whieh no tpeflhct or
-tliK'iiiii' nl hfll a i;iir ellflct. Tbfllfl ihOflld lirst
bf a liill orgiiiiizatioii in c\iry Congreijfl
lii-iiii!, with niiuor OlgaiiizfltiODI in ooiuities,
tflOWimhipfli and voting preeincti.. Withont
thi.-. the cnnipiiign Iiiih 110 nnity, und nn <______
i- aafliitfld by any ptfleeding <u mcoeeding
effort. Thin hort of Ofgflfliflfltiofl is flfflded to
ei.ahle tlie strong to h. lp tho iveak, aml to
gifi c)j.|i<iitiinity for the iictivity of _t\\.
\\ t tay t'i oui friends eveiywhtie Offll
..11 the land, tt__*attmw_ BfflflflB-M at Bflfli'.
and upon your own Iflflflflflflfl^ so fol .1- pflflfli
Me. Lit c.ii.. Orgsnifllition, fioni tln- Sliite tO
the H<hool pifltb-flt! be "fleli npporting to for
Bl .I in ?>'. Lfll no oiKaiii/.itioii ? ill fol aid
wlnn it i^ able tfl aid itflfllf and oMm ifl. The
()iK.i!ii/.ui"ii thal Bflfldl ai<l -h'.uld j.i.iinjitly
bflffl it. All who beHere in the wntehf/ord
liit-iiiii ihould loriu om -great Oflgflfljilfld I)'"!}'.
The work Vf<.re tf h Bflt tfl eany tfltcbflf
nml ti.e ii.ikits. to bt_Id bonfbfli m ln
(?aiiii'in. Tbeae flre pbO enoflgb m thflii
plafl.fl.-3, bul tiioy _x. vi. luiitfialiuul Um
portaaee. Tbej aofai tttt, bbb \wt
miu.le BN lo vote. Bfld dun.h nhow haa
little plaee ... a eeateol aaal an this aa ?.ur
part. We havo (o pannadfl BBfla tlmt wo aro
rlght; to ih..w theai thut tha aatfor ctafllre ol
tbc ii'itii't. tor i lM-ii.ti.a i.t ahaago ta iU Iti
,],.,,?-,m.-ntH-for ? 1010 and Uflttog |>eaco
ni,,l tratoraal feeltai balwoai ill -"<"''?>'"*-*
nnd allra?vs--'i>''.vi">" bfl r-'.i-'f'""-'* Wfl havo
to invit.- ..rn ..'apoiniiN to iait aod bonorable
di-.u-Mon. B.ly.ni'iij.oi.lh. jii.:i?''aii.liibilily
oi om oaaaa t.. eeeoflapliflh Iti parpoeaa, wi
nmy l.dilv ilispni-u. wuh the BO__B____g ?__?"*_
ami tho vui.at Bbaae ia vhieh aai upiiuaaati
bo uni. 1. delight
While ?!? bbbj pco-ltablj refrata fron tti
m 'iniiit.v oi th.- i.|.|)o-ili"ii, tt BBBl loaTB BBBl h
fmu thflai iii mht tnatler of oiTiini. alion.
Tbej hav.- nn orgaabed thi aogroei tato
oath-hoaad baadi that thaai poor flreed
m | ,.,,. BBadfl tO niippoil th.ir cn. 'ini. I Bfld
theii uii-ii u. Ih. \ bati Um Bkelotoa
,,t m old oia_',inizit!..ii vvith wlii.li Ihey are
niilc to laabe :> protoptiooa -.how. Thcy ara
in Ihfl laal 'lit.h of Wbieb WC have heard 10
much. Coahltag ta New-York, Caaaoroa ta
l'i ni -.yh.'i.i.i, Mortoa la ludiana, aml all Ihfl
leading beadunea of the A-hadaiatrBl-oa. ar?
nraking i Bgfat foi life, Without doabl th.-y
,,,,. ?,, I., tt, i on iniaed than ara arfli Take
Btato of t-djaaa. Thi Oraal flffaa "? ??",
riiy boaata tinii Son.tioi Mortoa baa th<' H-tali
orpimzed with iniht try pn ei-sion. lh.- httM
ii bo .-Hc oae. Dartag tha arar Saaatoi Mor?
toa, whea Ooven_or,bad bia prorool BBtiabalfl
t. . vi iy coiiiit.',, a-BBOB. OTttf tOWBflhip. In
.V.iv i.i-i' thia oiii.'.i ?i>t bbto ta bi trai to
Mortoa; bk tdelity waa proaed by work ta
tha- ini'. .- - Thi 8e ? itor haa t .-.lay tho aaiae
in. ii or th.-ir li-i'i.nati- HUlOCilflOn ifl bia aad
tha party'a flerYice. The flaorrmeofl pal
i,,,,,_,? of tha pn iy tn pou.'i bai
been iiu..' eaoagl to kaop them troa
with the aid of irganiaationa worked bj !>
,ni, li nl offl. i ra the State ;- belng carefolly
,, ,u, ,i. The iiii-hi'.iii Oraal mea, th.* donbt
tnl, the proaonneod Liberala, tlie progre mti
I* mo* r;i'-, md ihe Bonrbona, ara all
carcfullj conntod and th.-ir loeality not.-.l.
When this U eomplotod ererj ni,mi will beai
the ipecch aad read the dooanieat thal will l"'
t,, him moal -? 'in in. tag -i"' ol aa aad dooa
meatfl bare doable wdghl wbea dtrected
througb the tatdligoaee of -*uch organiiatioo,
We li.. v.- trustworthy information thal tadiaaa
]- under raeb organization al tha ba-tdeof tha
li l.ni' MortOfl pn l.v- Wt '1 '"'?' n-.t that in
othei States a rdniilai orgwaltatioB eBJata. Wa
v.i-li ooi iii'.i'i- to giTe thifl matter theatteo
tia.ii n do-. rv.--?. The (-iiiiiiil'-iici'. ? veiy win "'?
fell th it (>11?. i i ?? Ii bo proaperoai maal aol
l,.,,,l u into ina. tivity. To aioel Baeh orgaoi
sation we mnal bi eqaally oagaaiaod Tbera
-n ..t ,.. i,., del iv wbatever ta tbia autter.
i i [ir U TBR DAY
Th_ Bepablieaaa oi thia State. ta Coarention
aaeembled, choae Boraa Qntkof to bead theii
electoral tickei ta 1864, juet aftei ht had, by
l'i..:,iiiit Ldncoln's direetion, visit.-.l Niagara
Falla on a Peaee ml It n He w.-h deeted l'.v
tbem, aad ehoaoa l'i.-itl. nt of lha Daetoia]
i ollega i?> which the von- ot thin .si.tto wai
eaal i"i Mr. Liacota.a reelecUoa. Eaerything
be baa arorwiittaa which ifl aow held t" ha* i
been erratic, naetable, oi Seceaaiooiflt, qrmpa
thia. i with the Bebellioa, Bu. kc, had beea
for jrean before thi pablie, aad wai al l- >->
u vv.'ii naderal.l ii il ia aow. atr. <;.ley
(]i,l ?,,t gg j,, ii tha Coiivi'iitiii'i wbieb thui
boaored bim, aad ta ao aianaw maghl taror
ui u-. baada, Me botoi aaked noi aooghl t?>
ba- iii.nlo Preaideal ??i the Eleetoral CoUege,
and, a-. this did Bfl. in.-.-i ull Deeombtr, when
Mr. Lineoln'fl electtaa waa alreadv aeearedi it
eaano. ii iw !"? pretended thal it wai -.tiii ae
,n\ tai coiiiilial.- him. Why tin n. did they
not chooae Preatoa Kiag oi bobm other of tin
Electora *<> pteaidfl orei tha Collegel
Agaia ln l^u, whea eaeh partjr waa fir
taally reqafarod to aeled Btateea delegatea al
large ta the Conatitntional Convention ?<f that
year, i BepnWfcan Btate ConTMitioa choae
Mr. Oreeley foi one ol thaaa delegataa- aad
thfl ehO-M was ratilied by a popfllai vot.?. Ofl
the mootlng of tho ('oiivtiitioii, Mr. Wfllbua
A. win.l.r (aow a leading ReaoariaatioaiBf)
selecte.l Mr. Gioeby Ioi Ciminiiaii of its
Coauflitlee ob Eleettam aad tho Bight of
Baffiragi ? politioaHy tba BBoa. Importaal poal
ta the Conrentiofla How faithfnlly ita dntiei
werediacharged the ofBcial reeordfl will .how,
f_i.il the bearty Bopporl aoa aaeorded t<> Mr.
Qreeley aa eandldate foi the Pri ideney by a
v.-ry large in a.i oiity of tha delegataa al large
ehoaen by the whole people ol our state auy
BUTO lo atteata If h<' Waa l "lailnre" :h a
eotistitiition-inak. r, who -hotil.l BflOW il bet
t.-r thaa tboaa who were dafly B-U-rora ta aad
vvitue-isis of hi-j work ?
We -'iiniiit taal tboee who are dafly do
Caiaing Mr. Qreeley ta. thi people of our
stato aa b Beeeaaioalat ba*re a pablie re
eord of their own aeta ta hn whioh ahoald
eooati u them to aaag tin-ir beada iu ihaa_e<
li ll FRACR on Tt'ATit
All eaadid __ea adn.it tbal th.* baal toat <>f
ihe iateat-oaa ??f men aad of partka ia bea
gOferfllfleatfl i. their own publiily iittciiil
profoflflioaa. It i-* hnpooaibli for greal bodtaa
nf incii, for organiflatJO-ia Baaibenag adUiona
of vi.tc-j-*, to agree upoa aooaapiraey of deeeti
lt is cusy enoiigh, nnd far to eoaUBOB,
for om- si.le to flharga the otlier with
in-aini ciiiy. but tlie trnth Ifl that, in a bot <an
\a-- witb f"-'' prfattogaad troa ipaach, eaeh
party ibtiii.--. .t-t own pOOit-Ofl vvith KiiHiri.-nt
eleaman taag before electlon. Etob now,
there in no diPiciilt. Ifljlldgtag pivei.-oly what
thfl >-i?irii iind ton.l. n.'y ol tht- ciiinpai_ru i-, Ofl
thc oue B_dl and ou tho i.ilici.
lhe (iiie-tion of u'liiiiin-ti.itive reform i*. an
importaal ono, bal Ita baportaaee dartag thia
.?.iiiiliaifru hart becoine h.-condary, Hinpiy bo
eaaai i>"ii. ?id.'.-) paofeai tha h.iiii.' tatontlona,
liuih pniiinl to bi otRtt to aadartaka tha
work of Bweeptag refOrntfl, an.l, therofora, the
ijiiostion r.a*><n to be an iB-iiie, the Qraal peo
ple ih-votiiiK' tlicius. 1\( - tO piove that tho
l'n-iil.nt i- in favor of the nfoiin und thfl
oplio-aitinii ibOWiflg how rthy bfl fal of lettiiif*
bifl iilbatiaaii l.i known by lii-i aO_B. Thfl nv
.iiiie tiiiiiT gaeottaB hai atao mak out of
Mghl from tho f.i, t thut iini-oncihiblo diller
eacea c\\>t iBBoag tha fl-etaberi of flaoh party
in regard to it. Um theic in OBB BMfll iinport
niit QaeaHoa oa which the eootoal Mtaai now
nnd BBOtfl imlined to -iwiiii;, he.ai-.' iu thil
there ie ;. cleai and eouttaliafly ahVaitag
diflflflai betiv.en t|?- Aillllilli.-ll.illi'll
iiuii thfl Liberal an.l D-moeiiitic p;ir
?i(S. Thfl < nn-iiin.iti ('onventiou gBTfl
rofafl t<? the daaaor of ttn poopley which .b
dared thal thfl war had bated loag eaoagh.
J 'here wai every where, in ih>- N.nih un well
M in the South, a pjBBial desire tfl B_00fl lhe
poriod of hata aml itrife, aml to mtoffl n
geanb-fl poaoa aml aaioa The flgMiag wm
uvei loiix .>)*'?? BoTia yc.uri of paaflfl had
uiiinn.d ..li Iti ooaetafltana aadgaraoradalliti
UuiU. U-U.i';I__.l b<.vuuiiL> u.ctf-.aLj.ui (|a *?*?)
year* after tlio war, of exceptionul legi*lation
to gnard tln" right* o. tho fr.-ed poople, auch
Iflgfldatiflfl linl now rea*ed to bo roqnin-d,
when all tlnir rightl are firmly courtoeratod
by Ibe (.oimtitution, confirnied by jiopular
as,ent, .-md tixcil hy yoat,s of use. lf wo were
over to he a ii'.itod poople, now wn* tl.e.
time. Th*" Bottth flflflflfl folWflfd with singnlar
liiianiinity and g.neiosity. Il flflflflfl inlinitely
mon" eonrage for tte bflflflfll party to t.iik of
i.'...n.iliali..n than for tho viitoi. Bfll tho
South sti.'tchfd out it- hainls at Cincinnati
with a fraiik h. ai tiness uno.pi.ilcil in history.
lt- delegstee aeeepted ;l _*mmm*a in which
lli iii.un Wfll I"'' -a-a*- > i li*"* ?i to peace, liut lll
Whieh ptitfl'o Wfll tttmt <nt.iin by tho Bfltflb
li-hin.-nt ol fr.iiloin. Bffl-1 ligh*flf the 1.1a. k
man, I'v.-ry right of tl" white, every just
prerogatire <>f tl"- Btate aad tln* nation, were
.-fl.i.li.illy rfleegaiaed md flafo-gflflrdfld in tha
I.ibi-iil riatl'orin. It wa, MMgtld t>) the
li.-iuo.-i.tf) at I'.ailiiii.ire, aml the eflfldidfltflfl
weat befon tim cnnntiy. tho most mnineoi
adfOOfltfll ol Pfflfldoflfl ln for" Iho war, of
QaiOfl dfl-dflg he Wtt, fll RflfO-M-UattMl uinee
the Wflfi
The eampfligfl thai openfld hai hflflB con
i,iiuiii in tln- lame wtty. mttxy ipfleehi flffliy
1,-H, r ol Mr. t;ie,'le> 'fl IikiiiI* .since lUu n<?uil
nalioi. have bfflflthfld the IMM Hpirit, to *e
ciiro imw and fofflTfll h linal ili-oision in favor
i,| lncil.nn ninl peiee. On Ihe other hand, the
i if,-. ?.< of iii'ii. (ir.mt dependi flpofl tho s-uc
eem with whieh tlmspiiii ?f wtt aad ?etioail
l.iiH'i.i.s-K.in be i.n.v.r.l. Thi Nr-v-Vork (Jrant
('.mv.uii.ni OipfOflllj dulared thflt thf IflflM
enemy HM BOW in thflil front With whom tim
War WM foflght, Offlfll was prflflflfltfld as thfl
in tu who bad whippfld the Rflbeli twioe,
and flfflM <1'> U flgflin. A Coafeation
Of Siii.li.T.s bfll bflflfl flflllfld tn it-new Iln*
hatee iad rereagee of the old bflttlfl*
finlds. Oor. BontwoU barrifld down to
Noilh Carolina tfl M| thfll tiie Adiniiiisira
tion trOfltfld flobodj in tlio .Soiith bul the ni -
gfOM nid the Cfltpet bflggflfli aml tllfll thn time
ior ihaking baadi m friendi wm uot yti eome,
..-nl iimi the Sonthernpeople moflt elfletOniBl
and siiini.it to miiitar.) gflfflfflflflflnt a while
loagei'befflOn thayfloalib.tifodai flittoeai
,-iinl hiolhieli.
Hut a!l ttflflfl nr.* . auti ml M 1 gOflfdfld fltfltfl
mentieoMOflifld wnh Ihflfltroeioni Bttflfflnofli
,,i Oaa, Qraafi latasl ebampioBa aml Mr.
BflUflf*! e*-l)<*<'ial fri.-nd, Womlell 1'hillipa. Hfl
doei not affefll to eoaeeal bk eofltaflipt foi
thoae abo l.clieve ln i polley flf peflflfl iad flm
Beaty. He BfohM iln*. me_moriM of .slauj,'hto.r
li.l.ls nnd piisoii-piBH to keep alive thfl Ml
1,,-t-. ot ii bfltfl which flv.is (lyniff away. Nb.
.1 witii that, Im opiiily pro.H'hes insiir
roetiofl aml mnrder to the igaoiaal and bottom
people whom be bopei to naflh in the Bonth,
"11 (ireeley is eleeted," ho Clie* out, "ak.-I,
" conc. -ntrate, BOnflflfll your property, hut or
*? gaaiM for dflfoflflfl. Vou will Bflod it looa
"ninl siiUy." If thil ailvice eonld he heard
aad hei.leil, what lafety foi lifo or propATiy
wonld e.\i*t througboul the South?
There ite merehanti and bnaineM men who
pretend to foM thfll tht eleetioB of Mr. Giae
l.-y will, in MMnfl myflterioni way, taterfore
With thfl eOflfM "I <Im ir liiisine-..-.. If thflM
ju- iple bt< i itop to think, wonld it not Ik*
WOrtfa whllfl fol thflflfl to giffl anioment's I'.m
Hiil(*i.itimt tO thfl <lii'*--ti<>'i, Whieh is likely
io bfl more dangiirom, the eflndidate of
peoee m the fndHii*** of war; tho wndidflte
wbofle ?npporton bfeatha forth thrflflta-daga
an.l ilangbter aml pnMiety try to ?tir ap the
i_-i oi.iiit aml timid to innnl. r and violencA",
or he wboae triendajoia with hha ia IfliiaHag
npofl BOtUag but jllfltiM uml ntuniou, tho
i ii la- of i hai ity and t!u> itile of Iflwl
BRIBEET OM MiPOTTSMt
Wt bflffl not >"t |)ii'ihshe(l or r.-ferrod to
the "-i-rioiis itatemenl made in a ror.-nt anm
ber of TUOhtetft TriUnt in regard to aa
aDeged ttanafer of fl Tahuole pieee of prop
iiiv in the outskirts of Chieflgfl from J. Kus
fii-11 Joiies to Tresidi nt Crant, withont any
furthiT oom-iflleration than tliat wliich niight
bfl iiilfiTod froiu tho fart that JflBflfl was
ahout thfll timo nppnii.t. .1 Minister to I5el
Kiiiin. Tln* gronnd in ajfleetiofl bdoflged to a
Bf/fldfliflflh eolony, and tlnir 'J'rusteo nold it lor
Bfl inadcfljiniti- siim to Mr. Jones, as it i.s naid,
wilhoiit pfOpei autlinri/.atioii. Hfl tran.sferred
I portion of it tothe I'l'-iilcnt for tbe noin
mal eonsiilciation of One Dollar. A suit
airainst the Trustt-e is poken of, wliicli will
probflbty briag out soi... of tho foeti in tln
BBflfli Bfll bflfflffl tho suhject i.s thu* dlflgged
into thfl courts, it, is a niatli-r oi tlit"
tii -.t fanportanofl thflt the friendi of
______ Crant ihoflld pay prompt attcntion
to thfl case, nnd make Home isatisfaotory ex
planation of it. Wfl had liop.fll that this would
bflffl already bflfli dono. Tln si- itateientl
have bflflfl Bflflfll t do wi-i-ks bflfoffl the puhlie.
They aro mi.do by fl Dflpflrof the blgjhefll char?
aeter and iiilluenco. As Ioiik a* tlu"y aro un
ezplflflined they are extroniely discrt-dilahle.
Wo have dday."! relNT-flg to tln-iu iu tlie
Imp." that they _cjghl ke .xplaim d away. We
bope to aee i:i*d. Oitht dtffated for reelectioa?
and expett to befli :i hand in tho*work. Bnt
we hhould grflfltly Bflflfof Mfling him beatoa
withont any more of thflflfl nor.lid scamlals,
Whkh aro Bflt only diflgrflflflffll to him,
l.ut in Koine sort diieroditintj to thfl I'roi
flli-ntiiil ofllce.
Wo rocoive every <Uy circiim.stanti.il and
apparently truthfiil sUrie* aboflt the I're.
ident's miacoadnet in farioflfl iraji wUeb
wo Btoadily rofuse lo pnbUab, bflHofing
thfll flBOflgh is alrcily known to emdile
thfl people to make n> their mind-i in re
gard !<) thfl prrfenfll ;l^l>?ets of the b?paJf.
The iiiisroiiresentation if the Liheral BflB
didate?fl buui bbuBflleei in all p.rsonal, ipfiiil.
and doBMfltk ffllfltiOBh <_W *o fonl and so
ii'ikli-ss that -Wfl pn ffl-r ti lflt them j.a--s with?
ont answer, nnd withont etaliaiioii. We bflffl
therefore forliorno to n fir to imid. nt- in tln*
life of thfl Prealdent whnh an the eanai <>f
__ttwn regrel to ill who taffl any rt-pect for
the otlii.- which bfl till*. Bttt fl case like tho
Bfflflflfltj il it "? true, i* no a priffltfl bb per*
?Oflfl] matter. lt i- ii m-i i-t diurl ami poni
tive BudflflfoflflflBM in oflli'C wliidi eannot !><?
ovtilooki-d M jiiirdoneil. It eannot bc (lia
BdflBfld wilhntit au aiir-wci. We bflffl waiti-d
lnii^' euough foi -oine cxiianaliou froiu the
l'li-idint or lns friends. W* should have been
?_;la?l to mi e a refutation whi-h would bflfe re
lit-vr.l us froui the flflflflflflitgrof pobliihing thi>
charge. Aml even now, wa o;iinoKily liopo
thflt a full n fulation may mi be long dela\e?I.
The apiioinlmeiit of Mr. JflMfl, thflBgjh he is
totally uiifit fol any diplooutifl position, wan
not bo wholly incomprehensihl' as some BflfN tt
have Hiiiil. Ho was a brothli-in-law of Mr.
Warthhuriio, for -some ilayn SoreUiry <?f St.ite,
nnd it was niituial onoiigli tli.it tln* folhiflfl Bf
prOfidfa-gfol oin'rt hounehold whieh bfld bflflfl
t*et at tlio While Dflflflfl, i-IioiikI bfl fldoptod fll
tho Slato Dip.niiiii nt. We aie Htill not witli
o.{ koyo, t_._t _[_}___. \\e_\____ \Uicli holo. hku
bribery, may turn out to bc only jfBOfBBM
aud nepotirtin.
DOES IT MFAS Tli ATI
We nolice iu one of ll"* QraatAfg-flM B pio
tflCal iuvitation to Cen. Schuiz to go back tfl Oflfl"
many, if ho does not like Cen. Crant.
" Stoainer.-. to Cerniany noarly oveiy diy ;
" passagei cheap,'' riin.s tho iourteoif.s Bfld
?aggflflttffl liint. DflM tliis flMflfl that if
it foreign-born citizon dioosos to vote
Bgflinat (irant, ln- is IhlllOflflflr Ihoilghl by the
Qraat men t" be no longer wortliy to li.t- in iIhh
eoiintryT Ifl it flflflh ? crime in a C. rin.in, or
,in Iiishm.'di, oi' a BflO-tflh-BflBf or a Wel.sliinan,
oi ii Scaiidinavian, to flflfll flgfltflfli His K.\c?l
leliey, that lie shoiihl rathel lctve the (-oillltr}
aml loM Ul oitizcnKhip .
One thing is pn-tly certain?if His Kxc?l
loney aml his partisan.s Wflttl to dfl port ;ill
foreign-boni rittaeaflf/hfl BtttA lo fota flgfliflil
him, Me.iiner.s will bflfl tfl -*ail fllBOh inoro
freqwiBtly fof Enrope than they do now, to
Bl -inl thflm bome. Bfll what a pio.-u of iinpor
tiniiiii- it is. "What! Y'.u dare to Oft*_mt
"Cen. Cran!? Ther.-'s a BtoflflM.; |_ bfldl t?i
"Ceimaiiy at oftro!'' What UU ftwful liiiiiK it
miul '>--.. j,, thflM p''opl'''s tniinls, to oppoee
QraatiOr to bflffl a mfaid of your own.
MORE PLOl.%
W.- bfl liev'o it, h.'.s now been Hcitled-lo thifl
sitisliielion fll lo;i*>t. of John ThflflMA and
Wdifllell Phillips? that. nn soon ns Mr.
Qrfleley fi Bleetad the PflBBflWtfo party
will pay tho Confcder ito debt, pcn
sion the Iflbel Hobli.rs, repudiato all tho
linaiicial obligations of the. liiiti il States,
.iT.fl redflefl the entiro eolored raee both North
aad Bonth to Btafery. A liberalflUlotu
ril.ivc- will Kr iiii.lc to thoBfl oM orlgtnal Be
(?.'.--fli.'iiisls Clmilfl.s Sumner, Iloraco Greeley,
H. I'. BBBBfl, flflfll John ii. Whittier, aml each
.,!' the geatlomea employed on Thb Tmao-iB
will r.-.-ive a proeeal of two ttrely darfctflfl to
broih off the Oiflfl aml keep him inpplied with
braady-and-water. The r. t of the eolored
people will be sdI-1 at flnetioa <>'? the itepi of
Ihe ('apilol or on BOfltOII Common.
Bal it is not geaenUy knaf/a thfll i
worse fate flwaiti u-* in th? remoter eoatia
geney of tbe reelection of President Qraat
The Ailniinistratii.il BOI eatered into a eOB
ipiraey wiih eertain Boothera leaden oot only
t,i reeitabliih shivery but ti) lanetioo tln- right
Of Si-. i---i(ii) and revive tflfl BoflthflTB Coofed
eracy. Wlmt el M 1110:1ns the t-nthii lUfltk sup
port gifen ?<> Dr. Grflnl by ex-Senator flfld
c.-rn i.il Toombil What ebe eaa aaconnl for
tho foriona Mfll of lir. Blanton Dnoean, aad
tln-. mill but decided Erieadahip of ex-Confod
eratfl* Vi-e-l'ri-ifll nt. -V. II. St-p!i ii .' Mo.-hy
is for Crant, as all men kttOW. So is HeHflhel
V. Johnaoa. So is Brieh Pomeroy. Qraat
himflelf onee BMored m tlut- ln- bm boI an
Anti-Slavry man, and we n i.n imbfl t thfll thfl
0".l_V poUtlCfll preffl tence, lle BfflT eXpi'i-.-Oil bfl
ffl.ie be be.-amo Pnwideal aai fof Jflmefl Bn
chaaan. Wo baffl negleeted t<> eooal the
r.ibid Beeeeaion and Pro-Slarery oewapapon
which Im". c deroted them* Wtt to the fortaoM
Of thfl gTMl lieuomiimtioiii-t ; bul tinn ifli
reflpeetablfl Uflt of them, bflxfced hy Hmtptt/i
Wnl.Ti/, and what they lack iu number thoy
mahfl up in viobuce. Mr. Ci OfgB Willinin
Ciiiiis, who-" .i'liiiii.tl in 1861 <! fonded the
right of M'i e'.-ion, iimi carieatnred Abrabflm
l.inioln, is now lor i.iaiit ; aml Cn. liix, who
was a tiisl-r.ite DenioiTit lfl St ce--ion tiines
unlil bl gOt an olliee, has wrilten I letter lfl
Ul intertot,?with the i-\pee:.ui<ui piobably of
getting anotber offlee after tbe eleetion.
1'inally.weha.oMi. .Ituin -- I.yousoi Kiciimond,
Vir-'inia, cominoiily known, in his own locality,
bi the Am'-rican Lamaitina. Tbii tremendooj
peraoa hM writK-n h ften [or Grant aadagaiai.
Qraeley whicli bm Qflite BBparalleled Ib their
way, aml he gOM on writtagthem with a cou
teinpt fnr the w. atln r quiie b.yon.l the at
tainment of anybody flflflept b f<flBiartiBe aad
11 lir. -e itfl'i combincd. Cb-arly, when Prealdent
Qraat is thoeaadidfltfl of forioM irreeoacilflblee
tu' tbii Mrt, b plot inii-t be batchi.g. Itti u
be warneil m timo.
ELABTOB DUBCAlB'i COBFBBTIOB.
In pnahiag his Uitb* nweulflttoti of ? Bolt
ers' Dcniofl l.ilic CoBTOBtioB in Looifll ilie, on
the Bd of Beptemher, Btaatoo Dnncaa, eaq*
rery cirneellj deeirM to bflYfl ii flad?r?tood
that "hfl ifl Bflfl WOffctag in the tatom ol
"i;iant.v Certaialy imt; he is wofUng, m
usual, in the interortt of BlflntOfl Duncan, eflQ.J
but then it may be for his interesi to bflffl
Crant n eleeted, eo thflt tho matter is mflch flf
a. iiiiichne-s. lt would bo itrflngfl ifldflfld if
Duncan nhould bfl found di-Jntflfflfltfldly dflb
bling in tho turbid w.iters of intrigttfl, merely
to help other people. So we aro not surprised
tO r.'iid the foDowlng letter, which The Little
limk (Arfc.) OtUHrtU savs was wnl tfl. .1 piom
iiii-nt Kepublicau of tliat town:
Wil?nflflfOB, 1). C. July ?), irii.
DBABflmi PlBBBflBBBfllM iik'1i."c.I . ui-nl.ir to :?? Iiv?
Ji.-iii-.i ruti-iii your rnv who do not tiiii>i><>rt Mr. Qteetey,
aml who mll i-ii..i>.'i:itc in tbe I.oui.-flviil-- C(.iivrnii.)n.
-_.nl tm a IMfl ?t -.W-fl tat-u 111 BflM '-ounty BBBBfldlalBlyi
J. M. EnMiNDs, 51,-i.ii-tuiy.
?We don't Know ipecjfPy what Ur. Edauiadfl
ia Beeretary of, but he is Dr. Crant's VTflflh"
iaartOB POfltmaater, at any rate; we (*upi)o.se
hfl frankflfli this letter as "Oflice Bflflfaflfl--." and
very littlfl bfl-dflflfll of uny otln-r kind do they
Mflfll to lw flttcadJBg to in any of tho Post
OfflflM about this timo. Well, tho circular in
elooad was thal laflflfld by " Ulauton I>unoun,
" Cliairman, etc.''; it bflgflB pcremptorily with
"Crganize!" and ( irn* .-flv bflMBghl " fl-Migjht
" Detnociiits" evfliywhcff to Mad delegfltoi to
Dnaflaa'i little meettag, Now whal Mtthly
iatereet bM Mr. Graat'i Postmast.-r fo efren
Iflting this (iiciil.ii and ifl Bflk-Bg for ";i 1 i-_r
"ct thfl men in each c.iunty who will BOlflflp
" port Hf. Ci.eley?" Why ihoold Ed-flflfldl
allnw his mind to be ilneildl froiu the con
tetnjilatiou of his illiistrious masteiV loveli
Bflaa, by the witting aad mailinK of drenlan
iind by promottog the Holter.-' ('(Uivi-ntion to
thfl bi -t of hi- ability ? At Ottfl tune. we are
free te coiifi--, we thongh! thfll thfl oaly
Bolter el l.oniHvilii" would be BlaaflMi hha*
sell ; but ir i- ipiite niiother matter if the
lloctoi'.-- iinri\ 1 ku are to take up the thinj;
and carry it tliiou;:h. There are gl iitlnnen
rnough out of hnilnCfll WbO can Ix- hind at ;i
inflfloaftble Mto to _n to LonlflfiDe MUdfllegfltee,
and to make IfflflflhM of a ct-iinin Hfl after
th.-y ffll ther.'. BiflM the Atliiiini-.ti.ition has
taken up the afl'.uiwe ibOflld not bfl Mirpii-i d
if Itlantflin I >uncaii, i-.p. gol eBOflgfa deb
gatM togflther to ed_eei his ConT-Mtton, Wt
infor, bowflfer, thfll Mflflfl gentlemefl wrboM ln*
eipeeti *iH not bt> theffl. <m ii? Uatof -aaa
agmfl, for iaataaee, ^t.nKi** the bbmc of Jndge
ll.ii.k-. of II. 1-1111, Ark. liut Tln I.tltlc /;?....
OtttwtU Myi that Jadge Sflnha, in a ipeeeh ;it
l'ore.-t City lat.-ly, deelared "thfll h?- ...Iln red
"to the Bfllt-B-M.' lioiiiin.ition-." "1'i'iiiu all
"which Wl infer," MJ s TU l.'o.iette, "thflt
" lii.tny 11.ini.-s tiH.il iu ciinneeiii.n with this
"<iiciil.tr aie uiiiiuLlniii/e(l.'' We ihOttld n't B
bit wouJov, li Iiii;. jraai Lu4 bc-u icuiaikublo
for ,mytliinK, it nt lor the graal libfl-t-flfl whi-h
tho (irant OflflM-tttaifl hav*. t.ik.-.i wilh houoat
men'ri BBBBBV _
Th" AiiHri.iui InstitnN- of liistruetioii ..???ina
to haaa tand ill in it-. eoi taal for attaattaa
vvith the jiolific.il CBBipaigB i'i Maiao, Its hitn
.-.---ioiia- nt I.ewiston WBN -liiiily *itU*inh-<l,
nnd the iniial Imd praotiec ot the lii.Hl.ilut-*,
in flBBOIIlBTing BpflflBJlB who fall. 1 *" mak'.
their appfloiaiMie, waa aol wboDy r< tfona ad.
Ar? noticeable n p.r,, : A'-.c mentior.. d
in thc reporta of it-t proceediaga lethpt ti mt.
A'bn of Maaaanhaaiilli oa the Praajlaa aaaa
ni'iii .1 hool -y-tt) in. 'lhe iiptdiot of bis flbflflT*
TBtiOBJ ii that thc P_a_B_aBI BM far tmmtkm
ui n -, bal th;it they aie t\< Ii.i. nt in four \n,\u\ *,
thflir ayataaa bdag. aa hfl aHafaa, aatoa
BBjaal to jrirln, iiiiileiiio.ral.io in ilt to-NBr-BBB.
und aoftarlaa _
tt !? alaa aa* lo aay laat ittaondi- ' rthat
it iflaawflctbyfli an latatl al >' t_H
ibOBl lh': w.atli.r, for it in a niitt r wh:. i.
: ! ?,?,. taiouirbaataflflaaad ba_eaaa,ead lanaportaat.
Iom?cb afl iii in araa aar aaaa fnrt, bbi aaah
Ihi iBfliBBlaam wuh whtab wo paaaaaaBaa) .? lha
rn,,it iini.-itiiit ..*"*?'t;""-' ?'il1"' ti laal flraaga,
tli.r. for.-, that tl.o. coditrio m. teoroloaif*) ol i uiu u
I,,, ?v.:if-.-h'.iil(l?)co"i!io tr.i.l.li' I)'!; mdifoori
ihaaM _appaa ta ha- i>aking or p'-r-nii.__;.- *,,,-.
in., 1. -w.ll not ba anlatiiiTating ta tl
abaal th.* waaderralA. D. tttt, af wbieb a<
-apfladflalof Uie Hoeton (iiobo glfafl aa *... i
Thiaa bm a illfl faaaaijr. tt .flanfl.ta thalyaaj ta
begta w.ii), ho tbal laaa ior wanath aara
;iliii(>f>t n.-i fii. -.-.. l'.-liniiiry wu . iin.'I.uuo , .. wmn
a part flf March ; Aju.l. begiDfliDg .-..uni,
went out in siiow and ico ; in May ttOki '-1il.-?l
tbebadfl; ieehatfaa taeh tbich tomedj I il
waa neecattry to replant the Bflldfl Bflroral I
Then eaaM tha BMal fHgid Jaaa tbat oroi
o, ;inil .-imw -ure . .iiiiiiinti: almo 1 '\.r>
paen thing iraakfllMlj thfl f-ah. wa? aearty al
.j ',.,1.1; tbflaa Wflaaflflfl lachflfl "i -aow m V.-r
iiiniit. aad tliri'o in thabrl w-York ? laafj
.I.iiio n ioo.i: .J.ily N.-i. lioa.iy aml ic> ; th?;io wu?
ioo bail _a Inch thick in AmgtM ; .1..- illdaat
... .ii,,. i i.i tha aaaaaa oi tarred durtai theb'ratiofl
nightof Beptember, th a eaaaaai reiceandaaow;
hofltaadicfl were freQuenl in October; Ifoaaaibei
a.V i> (I'I 1 I -l.l U'l .li'lill.. Ullal t>) IHI'Vli .lll, |). Illllll
iraa MBt and eo___oftab_a. fagotttMa, it may ia?
aanaiaad, had a hardliaaa of it. bi ttwaaala-aal
liti-t.'illy "a ya ar vviiliont a S.inini. r." Wt ttmt
thal thoae wha aaraaa thia lil i " ,Y''1
iind thfl raataifleeaefl refrtahing.
Thfl voiii'riil.lo:Bfld K.-v.-iotni I. MM I Bfl BBBflfl
lo iho i -,::?. in TktItitptuitl '.??' ui'" 'ito . ]!?
. ii tlio (ollowiag i>i..i' ini'i >."i -
, noi- r. li . tia.n-: '-Sarol... if ' biflg
ai tba biatori al idi i'r roffl partj nota th I inding
ita I., m - Bad ? ? toreamaata th> par|j a ht. b i-< a *w
|.i!ttiii'_f fortli i'-( -Ma:i"th f.r tbfl d'-. rion of Mr
Oreeley, aad whieh ifl aore of lf* it; ;r dailnifll 'f hfl
hh:ill bfl elo't-d. ia iH"iti,:.l with the parly whieh
-raa rietorieaa ta lha elaetiaa tt Bnchflaan" lt i*.
pait_f_J to iuui i. ilo.->iii:in tehtafl ifleb lowafld
dflflpairtogaiewaaf bas-aa prognaa, Did tha IX .. ?
ln bla.!'ri. ii ? ii'i'ity, n.-v.-r jiduiit aaj Mam
bla (lnu.li/ bhaadiahalioaarintl - litjroi
nny ehanae ter tb ? baMec of thfl potttfeal miad ?nd
in.ii, : Boa woald Dr. Baeoa lil U ll ?? heald
refoii after Ihifl f.i-hion : "Sur lv. if thetfl MIJ
Bocb thhia m tbfl hi torl al i b at-tj of i I tttm,
Dotarithfltaadtag iti -dbreeBBOfltfl. tha
charch to which the B r.L oard Baeaa hfl-paga la
i.iinii .tl with tha flhoreh whieh boial -??'?.'.
hflog tbi Qflabfln "ii Boatoa Cob-Bbob, aad peafabed
with daath boya wbo-traek thoir pan nt-." "Al),''
tbo Har. Doetor will .-x.-lain. "tMt waa tbeatoel
the BgO." W.-ll. p.rhaiv-. iii * dflfl B< tbfl DflOBO. I >? 1
wenlbfl thu of Um aga -flflatparlifla whieh hava
live.i Ioiik enoui.li bar* tai'iB ta aaowfli taa thfl
Qraal party taal ahandredyi iraold, -uni >??
ooaorlwo. If tbara eau aefflrbeaaj eoaddaa a ia
parttea antO tbey havo uot m.-r.-ly _b?dawfld th.-ir
Mi/.aiiiin, 1'iit hiivo BOeOBfld. '1 Ifl ______
aattngtheirreeoid.-iitir.-K-. thfl w.'ill w.ll h.-u.lly
ija.i*.,- i,nt, bpolitle-lpro i "? 1'' -; ''""'*
talk ,.f "lii-t.iricil i.lontity" 1-. iliil.li-.lt. Il telikfltka
aaapflaatfl B-fcrta whieh afladtobi _B?a_aloldaBt_-y
tba Wh-g-aad l>ler:ili-tn. Thc Libflflfll paitv laaa
i.l. Btiofll with lhe partj wbieb waa rkrtati
oaa in tha ele, tion flf Baflhan?" tbaa II la wilh ?'.-?
Boti-Maaook oe aay oth, r ii.-i.'i aad barlad parly
Tbfl flttflfl Bfld lCrinl (iin.i:i.il - w ith
which dragfl are kept aai Uapaeaad, both p
a: .1 iii ii:i\;)t.'f:ii)iili''rt. van Kiill. Qlflfltratcd it Ihfl
Brooklyn Naay-Taidaa Batarday, vsin ? tba a
Boryallbfl laoolitagBhli FaraBoal loUai tiaato
bb owa waal of order. For a eraaap ia tbo
bc wi-iied to take a aaall do.f Itoeti .?? ? I -
gxti,B-ifltfl-dflgthfl bottle,awallow-d j q.ifaial
tiintiire of aeoaita aadilated. It. aboal ntaaty
mtaateehedied. Bow what are wt toaayloaflBa
pflOflary oa a pablie flhip ao reckleaaly arran I lhal
ttactaraof gtagar ataadi in th.) elooe aeiffhborhood
i.f tiucturecf aaa.nit, T Ii ii esfletly like potttag
ozalia aeid aad apooai aaha Bida 11 mmit-t piaaaef
itapidit] vvlii. li, vvitliin otir OWfl tcn..v\ l.-.Iir.-, not
loni.aRol-ilh-il.il) Bflfortaaatfl iii .i.t. It -..ctti*. to
iu that it waald bfl ;.n eflajrautt. to pal aB thfl
poiaoaflhjrthflflfloalTeataai m <a their owa, aai la
bfl i'1'oiia d exci'i.t by thfl ttinii'i -' of ?> '?" >' Sflflh oe
cin-reii. ?? aa thia al Um BaYj-Y_ad_-fotdtbe_ti mg
oht aiKuinont m taflor ef baaaaopoahy with ahtah
weareaetaatated. _
Not i very eflTiablfl repatatloB Fla J /
nitr,in-'t HtiUj CttiHmHm ttmm t.> ha wiastai
tiaiaiidioiit thfl oeaatry. Hon- ia Tkt Bgrtttgt
Stttkut, whieh pafli n tal aa ta. pioaeaaofl Iba
Na-t eartooa af Mr. Baaaaer al tht irava flf Bnefei
"d.viiir.ii." "Paakapa," Baya lha omlittl, "Lake
-sxiii. U, whieh teDfl ef lha Oraelflzida, Miflbt
furui-h a k<?<1 aubject b> a flOTflpoflloa piBeo.**
N*tv?t i_ goiugthrouKh th^ irholfl B( iBfl, ara vii'i><f-4\
al BflriptaealaaflBBata-OBflvbal th.u whieh IktRaatL
mi paaapatfl la aafl lar whieh hfl - ?'' to be tmM
jialfliai If we brgirfl blaa, il will ba bi laaeheifl
BMrely fhc tool ofoibaray audisof thoco who "kaow
uot what thoy ifl.**
Dabaofla bai maah* Tarjliher IproT-doaf-rtha
ioo. pti.iii and i-nt. rt.iiiiui.-nt of th. int*int.i,ra of tliti
Ameriean Ahho* iiiu.ii f >r thfl AdaaflCaflMBl of
Soioiu.*, tbe Baaaai naeeltag of whieh ia t<> ba
ha-lal in ihat city Aug. ll, Is.:. Ba ddea tha. Bpflfltad
r.-.lil. I i.ail in thfl la;'.":i.l l.lll*. it Ii.i- bflflB
?rraagad Ibal IhadV legah i -hall i? tha gaaflBB <?i Ibfl
i ni/. n- of litiliioiii'., .uni li. .or'.-Mn !v ito*. uloil for
dartflgthfl-rflla^, Thfl ar-gratory ttm tm... \?iiirh
MOdaalgBfld ta. pafl-Bota talerooaraabetwea thmw.
who are cnliivatinir soii'iiio in ilitloi.-nt partaol tha
roimiry, bOTfl thns far I.eoii >.f j'la. ticil bflBflBB *?
flcifiK-e, an.l j>roii)__e ta toflflaaoc in Bflfl-Btaflflfl.
?
Whotliti thaflaadldata afthfl Philadalahifl Cott.
\ i-i,ii,mi ta.ok i..ii. Bbcrldaa with hba a.n hm v u*it t.>
Baratogate bolatec ui> bia owa araatag popalarity
wi 'ii.iit haow : bad ll Bpp_flflethal ..t Balhtfla S|m
thfl Doetor gOt bardl. a:iy .hcers at all. Whea
BOflBflbady propfliad tfarat iheeca Im -_M-laa_-_iWt_h
thfl additi.m "f " B ti-vr,*" a tvaaaeadaafl -hOflri WM flt
niii'f -tt np. Huttliol.o.it joke at Hall-t.xt v- t-. t'liit
a uian whfl WBBBI lhe POflMM-BO gflahaUfli Dr
lir.uit 'fl iiauii, nnd ka|it it until tho tiii.i in..\.yl on.
la eoBeeajaofloeof arhieh thia Ballalflfl ? >m.?*?*.-, w.-rn
? iiiii.-ly ahaatad aal of tba cii-.ioiii.uy ihahtag, I'ox
haia. it .lnin l Larouk th.ir li.-uit..
it \g foilfl Bfliaaiahtafl to Had a man IM paan oi?t
hati).'tiiK liiniao-lt. a-i W lllinin (io..i?o dnl at BBBBBBB-.
toi. III., la-t vv. tk ; f..r BtaflOfl-flfllh al anv late BBBflfl
hc elaaa al hand, tha troabla of a r..*>o. _| aadtaga
place of . tiMiH'ii: ioti, and adjiiBthlK tho halt.-r in-.-ina.
taba bardlj worth Mhtag, Oa tha athflr baad, n
may reconcilo un to bcing col oll" untiitiolv mtttM
mi, t.i kiio-v tliat v\ hen a uiaji m-m into tl.o h.in.h-U
ln tl...fl n't I.ll.I life I'.ulK iil.ul> pi.. isalit. Mll' lf
flrehaveaaj raadaa whoia UH yaeca *4d?waadviaa
huu lo bfl p.itn nt. Whal Btlla ia lafl ol ahi uian'ai
-.ll Ulll oiiaUlo I'.-oU .ll _OOU CllOiialU.

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