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A. t.mWon A Co., A.onor.B Mod'fon Prop' in.ororr" vomp"u. . Lli r.rmnt.r. oinita Conn. MotaoJ Life. " ModiBon. JEWELER!. . . I r wn t w A N . P Y R D f wq.i ! Jf.'1: .V TJ V.lillAKrM. -" .... - FIKB WATC"F NU JKWBI.EY. Poolry, Bomnm A Co..r. Mi oo Court. f? 3 V, TH'"vv;S4JS:ns' o ; B. J.PrmTDM Co.. 2S4 oo nrt. MOTOR Hf:l.r. f i G. A. K VorlT. M4 Front. f t 1 ITnRFK, iwwni nni. .- i J. A.Porrt. 4 dtni. ii I ,. JnrR.'lrn.n.)IInlon ,wTMr4. , C. H. rir'n w 1 SflEMJfEBT COOlMk .'Jt 5 r l n. knl.U. ?A1 Moln. . . V. Tl A. n nll.nbor A C...J1J Bojond 1 0nd' MERCMAWT TAIXOH. ,4 Mnrro? A Bidroly. M Mod1""-,,.;-' ' ' , -John unini,"',' .'Mir, KfMCAI. MEBCHAHBM. P,Kowwa, WTioom. - - PROTI'IAI HERCHAHT. 0 A.Vo.okol A Co.. W1 FrnoU PATIfTF.B'i HOrBB A A. t. PoT!o, ? Adonvo. dow Pooonil. - j j Jnpold Onpl, cnt Knobo'o, S7 Moll. r, Ktnboh, JIT Moln. 1, . PICTl'RR eAIXEBIES." 1 1 Grot h'ip, 2 Third. Atort' Hoodd'rf, :5 Book.. Mm. Ctorti. Piotoro Froaoo. oto. GTboPpontrorrwo, W Bod'fc ,,tj - Jlook od Jk Priotoro. Biodoro oad fetok . MOOK Bjl ftnoTivmTw. - - ( 8EWIXO WACHIHEH. Ororrr A Bakr. 2 Mo.o.op itoui. fcoooler A Vilwo'. hir't Promjo toer Duioa oiwwi in j TOBACOSIT. ' P. SUrnberr. 3 r ronu SdaKinrt.. p.nltTw Co vtolooolo Com- i Tk.MA.j v. i. Pa I If onroo. I CMDERTAKEIUt. ' ' FUbori7 A W .b. S17 aood. i Mrm' Jno, i4 Voood. i J 0.1.h-T, jr Mil UHAXCIl OFFICE Uli. -J Elngcr Manofactniing Compel KiarerBm of tto wotld-roowo4 BIXCER SEW1SQ MiCniSES? ' . rrt t crnrf fiF it.T. PTTtf PF Bilk TwUt, Umrm Ikrooo, Bro 11 wo. ' -z V A S S ' PARCEL Gta 0. EYANS, Frop'r.' ,rr ,r.T xrfmTTo Tuvvuccri? TmmSTVAY KVKNING. SEPTEMBER 17. 1868. - NO. Io.' VUL. V II, XUXiiUA JllUi lUiuiiJWJju. a. - . PUBLIC LEDGER, IV1BT AFTIBHOOH.IICEPT SDBBAT. E. WniTMORE AKD r. A. TliAB. Cndor tk. lrmoof ; WIIITMDUK 9c CO.. ;o0. IB Midlon fltnat, j ': ' Tko Prrotm tiooii Ii twod CltJ i?"""?- mt wook, Moblo wo.kl to tbo oorriori. T Bf moll (In odroooolt 0no foor, 18 1 VJ ooUu,H; tkroo monlbj.tli ono Bonth. T6 Nowidoolon oappllod ot IS oonti por copy. Connuolootloni upon lobJorUof f.norol in ir to too paklio or. ot oil tlrao; oeoopublo. Hoiootod mooaooripu will ot bo roturaod. RATES Of ADVERTISING: Pint Intortlom II 00 por nr Bahoomwnt Inoorttoni 1 ? For Ono Wook oo ot Two Wtokii 4 W 6 00 or TOroo on m - 2 S I Bit-ht Unoo of Bonporoil, oolld, eonitltaU fptlvioyod odTortlioaont wttl bo aborted oo- . n ha.na AAnnkiMl. Ot obOTO rOtOI- tb.ro bolnf twolro lino, of folld typo to tht Notioat In loooJ eolnma Inoartod for twont onto oor lino for oook luortioa. epociol Notleoo inoartod for ion oonti por lino lot oook Inoorttow. j , To rotnlor nl .rtiiori wo off.r tnpoTiar in doaomooto, both to roU of okorgof oad moa- AdTortioooMato publUhod ot tatorrol.wlll ko ebortoa uno uouar por 140010 iur um- Al Mllr for adTortWnr ort lao Vkom A -towaViUnn rl MRkBin H . a. All loturt. whothor aoa bmiaoM at othorwuo. y i; j i VV 111 1 nvaAi wof THE PLATFORM.'.- t in . v . - . ; V Tbo Dmoort'o port. In Kotlnaol Conroa. .1- Mn.tn il. fmil n maintain t.noo, potrlotini ond dTirimiaiitinc.Ja-tir of too ponpiot oxonami opwn vvu.nvi.tiwM .1 r ..J UmltAttnn nf tho nnwor. tbo OoT' rnmont. ond thy tnoronto of tbo lib ortlot of tho oititoa : ond rooot oliirit th. apof- f OOll OOOPH1UB M B..IHI urw mo to eomo br tho wor or tho olnntory oUon or tno eoninorn piovoo in Coooiitatioaol Jooontioni aatonjbW. and aoor to bo ronowed or roofitatod j do, witk tho ' rotorn pf POO', inmi lain.edia.teraotnrorlen of elf the State- to '.1 ..InaN.aitflB.ia th.lf rirhf In ma union .u.r vu...v- tlna aaa oiru oTtraaent or ue Amonow PYP'."i l . . m.ii .a-... mA thoramlatfon of tho elotjttTo fronohiao in the Plato, by tbeir oi Uena. ond the payment of the pobliedobt of tbo United State, at rapidly at VTV- All money rawn from tho people bv tax ation, except oo mnh at I. reqn'rt'o f"T the bo- eeaaitiet or tno Movarnmroi, M"nuiiyir minittorod) ahnald be honeatly applied to inob payment, and where the ohiitation' of the gov eminent do not ex pre tly ataie open thorr f.oo, tr the law under which thev we-o Ittoed doe. ot provid. that tbev -hell be pairlij eoin. they ooahl. In rit4 t and J4ieo, bo paid in the law ful mon y of tho United States. 4 FqoaJ Uxatlonofereirtpwe-ofprop-rty aeoordint to itt reel value, inolud ns Govern ment bonda and other puhlte taountioa. ! - 4. One ourroney for the (Jovenroent aid the peop'o. ibo lobnrer and tbo officeholder, ihj reniloner and tbe loldler. tho produoor and the bondholder. ... 6 Economy In the admlnlrtration or tbe Oovoromeott the roduotion of the atandirf army and aavy ! theabollhnientof the treed men'l burrao. and o'l political InttrumenUU Itioa daaitroed to eroure aearo tupremoovi eim plidcotionof the eyatore and thedi-oontlauanoe of Inquiiitoriol boardt for a'aeaaing and 001 leotipf internal revenue, o that the burden or taxation may be eqnaliied aod leurned I tbo credit of the Government and the ourroney made goods the repeal of a'l j"aetnienta for enrolling the Btate militia Into National fowl in time of peace i a tariff for revenue anon forelta import, and tuch equal taxation under tbe internal revenue lawt at will afford inci dental er teotlon to dnmeitla manufacture, and at will, without Impairing the revetae, impnee the leatt burden upon and beat promote impm and i anoounua tho treat faduitrial Intertil t inuuainai lumflan vi 7. Retorm of abniet In tho Admlnl'tratJoni theexpaltion of .erupt men from offlow. the ebreoatiaa of aaelo-t o(Bc-, the rettoration of ritbtful anthonty to, and tbo Independence or tho Executive and Judicial department of the Government, thefubordination of the milit ry to the civil power to the end that the aaurpa tioaa of Conxreei and tbo detpotUm of the .word may cea o. .... , , 8. Equal righti and protoctlon for natural ised aod native-born citisent at homo and abr ad I on aaertion of Amorioaa nationality, whioh tball commaad the renpect of forei n powen.and furniah an example and onconraa e ment to people ttrunling for national integ rity, oonftitutlonal liberty and indl-idual ri.hta. and tho maintenaooe of tho rmhtf of naturaliied eitiaent aaain.t the ebfOloto doo t'ino of immutable allotriaaoe. and the elaima of forei ga power, to punih them for alleged crime oommitted beyond tboT jori.dijtion. ' In deeiandina theae mea.u!t end reform; we arraign the Badioal party for IU d .regard of rinht, and tho unparalleled oppreaeioa and tyranny wbieh have m-rked 1U -a w, after the moat-olemn and unanimon. pledge of botb Hounet of Congreaa to proaecuto the war ex eluaively for the maintenance of the govern ment ana tho preorvetioa of the Union under the Oonttitution. . , . i It bat repeatedly violated that mott taered pleta-e under which waa rallied that noble vol unteer arm, which carried onr flag to victory. , Instead of rettoring tho Union, it hat. to far aa ia it power, diawlved it, and tuhjected ten State. In time of peace to military deapotum and negro .npremacy. ......... ' It baa nullified there tho ritbtof trial byjnry. It hat eboli.hed the baboat corpua, that moat -ecTed writ of liberty. It ha. overthrown tbo freedom of Spaeth and fa Tit" tubttlrnted arbitrary telinres and arretta. and military trialt and aooret Star Chamber inqoiiitioni, for eoaititutional tri l"hat dliregarded la time of peace the Htbt of the people to be free Iron tearoh and eeuv "T'thu entered tbe pott ond telerrarh p(Bee., and oven the private room, of individual., and teiaed their private papert and leture, without any .peoiflcatioa or notioe of affllevit, at required by the ortaale lew. It bat converted Ue American eapttol into a bYt bta ottahlUbed a tyitem of tplet and offi cial espionage to wbirh no constitutional moa arehy of Europe would BOW dare to reaori. - It baa aboli-bed tho right of appeal on im portant eoaetitational eiueetlone to tbe ao prame jodioiary tribune, eeri threetcnt to CQTtail or deatroy ita original iuri'dietina, whioh fa Irrevocably ve.ted by the Constitu tion, while tbo learn. d Chief Jottiee bee beea subjected to the moat atrocione ealumniea, merely beeanao he would net proatitate hia hib office te ibo .opprt of the falee and per lieaa ehargae preferred oceinat the PTeaident. I u corruption and extreTa4Meoe have ax ceodad anything known in biatory. and by it frauda end mnnopoliae it baa nearly doubled tbe harden of debt created durina the war. It bur ripped th. Preaidentefkiaeon.tita tJonal power of appolnUseat, even of bit own "trUSr Ht repeated aaeala tbe plllare af the flovernfoaot are rocking on tbeir bare, and abaald itrueoeed in No ram bar aext end inau gurate ill President we will meat a. otubieot and enrqner) people sand the m as af lib erty aod tbe oeauerae rraaianu 01 ids wbph- ... mi V1i.-- ana trail o' luinn ni U Ai. aaroral fi'ttas. an bare been raji ed. rean'atad. aad eonirollet eaelosivoly hp the pelnieaU rewar , f each Bta-e r-po-(relr. end eny ettampt by Contwae. aa aoy pr,taat wkaterar, t. d-prira any State of tbt. right, or ioterf-re with Ihia aiere.a. is o le rraat w-irr'r.a .f fewer wh-rh eaa in m worraet to t he 0"-tltti"a. axd. rf eeortiooad br :tbe perpte, will eubt.rt ear lor o. or a-ev. -rm-Dt, ax-l eaa anlj and it e stotle ti-t-hveii. eoaeoi'dated r-ertm.t, ia ax- tbe Z1T ': i 'i-tacce of tbe Fta-aa will be eotipa'y abaorbad, aaa aa eeqaa aatatvited ia plare of deapotiaei 00 taearal taiea at taoU buMa. - . I bet we reemrd the reeoetiw-lleB acta at 9al aiaaa.ao-aalad. n. ..vatvnta. - -nii.-aai. ravaKanoaaT aad ve, ood tae owe aatdiar aad a wra e bo carried tba et of oer raaairy to na ary aa.Et a evoet anuael and oatercjiti fox asail erer be cravafa.il' ra- . ..j aa flaeiara ui raul f uu tvar a mre tho pont-'e of the fnited Stele, throw o!f ell nbiertioe to the BriHh Crowa . M ood oil tko ootwitoot 'oa la thair loror taaot ko foiUfull ooniodutto ozo Tnat tno pnnre lono. .ono'i n niin'" ouiol? oosxaa tko poodo, aod aboold b. du piorduf oilboraodw thopro-ompilot. orhnroo. Itood low., ond oold la rooMnohloqo ailllot. ood to aooo oat otuoi ooapoi u .1 vuw ui- amprlooot witoblokod br tho Jo.rtiinant W h.o aroaio of tko pubfto Ii maio 01 1 wtn f 10 nubile loa io tooy 00 oi. k. - r. .V ,K. 1 fur too M...U onu.oot or lm- nn ri.nt mi t , 1 in im rtontpul'lio Ipjpror.aiosU, ibo uruoooaa 01 th.ul. of tuek Uod. ood ovl lua loadt uoia- .Lnalll LaUaDlllUd. , Upoa tat pia lorn, too inm.crai." r' t ...... I ia .vara i.lriiL laAludina oil thoOOO- tarrotivo otoaaootaod oil who dli M ui port tbo Coait tutlna ana re.a ro m. iiiw, ottlni oT pt difforonooo of oinlo. tnanlto witk at la tho fra-oot oroat ilnn.lo f. tbo libartiat or tho paoplo. 000 v 01 in an howw whale' or porta the o boao horotafora bo lonrad. wo axland bo riaht hood of lellowahip tnd hail all tuek oo-opoioiinf with at at friaadt aod brotbaro. ' ' ! I ' " I tbaJl boa ao pollry of tor owa to later far. toiaat tho poplo,"-t7. S. (in. " I lay ocoin. fellaa-oUliaoi, romcmDat tno fata of ono oat Rome, ond to for to oandi data who will not toll 70a. with tho frnne-i r Initanand.nt fra.min. tho piinoiplrl opon nhloh. If olccied. h. willodmiDUtor joar ,0" IhS'man detrnret o ko a tloro wbo woald Tote for a mum candidate whaa bit UbortiM aro ot ttoo "-niiri . , , . . , lranvaanWalaaakod for bahliboitolall ofiloo of m country, tho candioate, however lliu'trioat and tuoonnfal ho may bo, dihii pro . Mh. flllla fhan lan.al.. bawaver clnrioatly mtkerrd on tho blood-ttoised battlo- aald."-ra Cfo. . 1 ' UrT.Poidlotoa la CitTtlond. Tkt editor of tha Cltreland Leader, oo the arriTBi of Mr. Pendletoa it '.Clere- Uod, pretenttd to him certain qaottions, which io bit ipeech it that place, he fully answered. From the report of the Cin cinnati Commercial glie the fellowiog extract: Another onettion . ii DroDonndei to me: 41 Do you indorse the programmo of the jUemocrotio eantyaata tor ins v ice PreaideocT, Oen. Frank Clair, at it lied by hint-elf in hit letter to Col. Brodbead, as follows : 'There is bnt one way to re- atom the GoTerntent and tbe tjonstua tion, and that Is, for the President elect to deolare these acta (the recots'roction acts) null and void, compel the army to undo iti ntnrpations at toe oouin, air tho rarnet-bai State eoveromentt, Allow the white people to reorganise their own foTernmeptt and elect tbeir owo 8enalorl and! BeDrteBtatieal Tbe Hnnaa of Ranretentatiaei will contain I majority of Democrat from the" North, j od tbey will admit the Represent olivet ,,.d hr the white neon e ol the snntn. - - , . tL,i p..,: dent, it til not be dimcnit to compel me Senate to respect the ' obligations of the Constita'ion?" i ' ' This KeotlemaB wants to know whether I indorse that pr oer am me or not. I don't quite agree with General Blair that . it it the only way, but I can tell yen 1 think u is very cood way. I donbt very much whether it will be necessary to do any tbiniofthis kind.' I don't 'hesitate to say to yon, ia response to that question, IhnJ I believe those reconstruction acts, irom DegiNuiDK to ouu, aro uhiwubhiu innal. revolatioaory. and utterly void Great applause I don't hesitate to say that everythinic thlt has been done under them snoolri be undone,-nnless the undoing of it will cost as more trouble than tbe submitting to it. Sometimes, you know, oat of those things that have uo justification ezeept the mere brute force which has been able to execute them such force oier crate at times, but it may cost more to undo it than to submit for a time. - Possibly we 'may have to expe rience such state of affair in the fu ture, but I im in favor, if ever the Dem ocratic party gets in power, o; taning awsy from tbe people of those States the illegal aod revolutionary hardens that have been Imposed" upon them by tbe Federal Government, led of restoring them to the Uoien with all their, lawful powers uoder tbe Constitution! Cries of "Amen "1 ' Aod that is the sublime theory of our parly now. It it not reeon structioo which, as my friend Slid, ins plied destruction it Is restoration of Ibe States restoration of the governments restoration of civil liberty--restora tion of tbe harmony and peace, which for eighty years marked the Government, wheo.il wis Administered according to tbe letter of our beautiful Constitution. ' But I find ttaore is still mother que lion propounded to me. It is this: i ' ' " Do you indorse tbe views of the Dem ocratic candidate for President, Horatio Seymour, as to tbe payment of the Gov ernment securities in gold, il given io his own words in another oolamu of this paper?'.' " " ' ' -' , Well, gentlemen, I object to the editor of the Leader interpreting the statement of Governor Seymour of his views; and, in order that I may not be misappre hended in what I say1, 1 propese to read to yon, with few running oommeota is they may suggest themselves to me, what Governor Seymour did say in bit speech, on this subject, v . " It is a mistake," said Governor Sey mour, "to suppose that the interests of the bondholder aod the tax payer are an tagonistic" : Do I believe thatl Yes, gentlemen, I do. I believe it is to tbe in terest of the tax paver that tbe five-twenty bonds shall bs paid ia legal-tender notes. Cries of " Her, hear I" - I believe that it is to the interest of the bondholder that they shall share their fair share of tbe burdens of taxation, and why? Tbe public debt of the Uoited States to-day is 12,600,000,000 twenty six hundred millions of dollars and more. Tbe value of all tbe property i" the Doited 8tates, as estimated in I860 by the collector of statituct, amounted to $U. 000,000, 000- Since then we have bad fuur years of war. ' If three year of peaoa wonld supply the ravages of prop erty which four years of wor made, theo to-day the property of the United States, according to the official cecu, amoonta to a little more than $: 4 000,000 000. Tbe amount of debt, aa compared with the amount of property, ie one-sixth. The burden of taxation which rests npnn tbe people ef the United States to day amounts to more than sixteen per cent, upon all tbe value of all the property owned by every human bang ia ibe United Slate. And yet, while our debt is thus, while our taxation is tbae, we C nd lhat one-fifth of all tbe property ia the ccuntry ia represented by this capital is bonda," that capital which culd so well bear taxation, that eapiial wbirh works for He idle master from the lt day of iantary anttl the Sltt day of Da cember, by night and by day. tkroagk summer aad winter, store, and ran this, wkiek Is not sutject ti the ills of the bones and saaerl and hndiee of naer; 1 that capital, 1 eay, geatleoaea, wkiek j -aiii "a owner, tkoagh he lo.lt ant nor spins, "like Soeomoa in a!l h-s glory, is extTTPt from taxation, Tkat oatht act toTiat; I believe reneot last- I say tA the ' koedk-)ldf tkat be tv-fbi te U prompt AD.4 wiie prompt 0 tidirtuid. ial kia'intereat is: wise to id opt it. for jutt as sure as there are passions in lbs bnmm heart, just as sure bs joer cwomi era Stirrer! by leeiiog. eommun to no inity I don't say it by way 01 tftreat ; it ie no threat, when yon see the clouds gather, to lay that there will be n storm, or, when yon see the sun rise in the east, to say it will set in the west I say this, gentlemen, by way 01 solemn warning, thai this capital which they have tbns invested will be made to pay tba same rate of taxation as all other property, or there will be troublA- Applause J I do believe that tbe interests of the tax ptyer and the bondholder Are, as Governor Seymour savs, not antagonistic, but are Identical. I believe ibat capital should be subjected to a fair rate or taxation. " The fact is overlooked tkat, in order to- mike any saving by giving the bond holder 1 debssed end worthless paper, we most bring upon ourselves disaster and dishonor, which will cost a hundred fold what we oan save." Do I believe that? Of course I do. . Does not the editor of tbe Leader believe it? ''It means we are to give to the laborer for his toil 1 hate currency: it means that the honor of our country shall be stained J that onr business shall bo kept to uncertainty and confusion; it means that tbo laboring man shall suffer by the increasing costs of tbe comforts of life ; it means that the tax-oaver shall be burdened by a govern ment proved to he oorropt and imbecile by the very depreciation of its money. We cannot afford to speculate npon the nation's honor it so fearful 1 cost. There is great gain in this plan as upheld by Meters. Butler And 8levem ..They not onlv oroDoee to Day in depreciated paper, but they are doing what they can to dis honor tu6 character and credit of the nonntrv. Tf ther cirrT out their corrupt, revolutionary schemes, they will pay off the debt with psper which is not worth ten cents on the dollar. , . . ' ' I do believe that I That is what the Republican party are bringing ns to every day. Applause Believe it? .Tea. I believe that if this extravagance, this waste, this corruption nod utier disre gard of honesty is to prevail over the Government, the debt itself either will never be paid at all, orelsa paid in paper such as Governor Seymour describes, which is not worth ten cents on the dollar. I ." There is no Democrat, living who thinks that ibis can be done with safe'y, or that it is for the interest of the tax never at the East or West" Do I be lieve tbat? Undoubtedly I do. "Every Democrat demands a Dolicy of peace. order end economy, ind juit so far is he sains that, he lifts up the national oredit, he helps the tax payer and does justice to the. bondholder." , Do I believe tbat ? Of course I do. , "Be makes our cur rency as good is sterliog coin, for that will rise with tbe puolio credit." D. I believe that? Yea, gentlemen, I do: and I believe that Horatio Seymour will oot be President of tbe Uoited Smes for two vears until we shall bave beea re lieved of this -burden of indebtedness, aod that the legal tender notes will rise and rise, nntil tbey will have become up on a oar value.' riiDDlause.1 i The error is in supposing that under A Democratio administration the cur rency would still stand fixed at a discount of twenty-fire per cent. To say tbat is to say that we are to fail as onr opponents bave failed. The national credit cannot be bought At a profit nnlest the nation 1 oharacier is dishonored. -It we come into power there will be no discredit to our currency, no speenlation in paying our bonds in paper, r I thank God that the faith, which wo hold as one mm, seeks to level up, not to level down, but means that tbe sterling com snail ring again on the counters of tradesmen, and glitter in tba palm of the laborer and gladden tho heart of tbe poor wounded soldier. Our friends forget the force of their own argument ' When they show how tbe debt will be paid and taxation lightened by economy, tbey also show how our paper money will be mads as good as gold. It is tbe faith io which we all believe, but we don t believe, neither Governor Seymour nor any other uam ocrat I : know of, tbat greenbacks ire good enough to pay wonnded soldiers, while tbey are not good enough for tbe bondholders. j ' u ' The ' downward course of men in power admits of trafficking in the honor of tbe country." ., , , I God knows tbey hive done it long enough. - - ' 1 "Theyein sink it to that point that the payment nf the debt will be an easy matter, but will be at the cost of the honor, the peace and the welfare nf our land. - wnue, tnereiore, we may oineraa to tba construction: of tba contract with the nublio creditor, we must not confound tbe position of those who think it right to cay in paper, but who battle to make that rjaoer as cood as gold, with tbe po silion of those who mean not only to pay in paper, but who are alto destroying tbe value of tbat paper. Tht is repudiation. We are not trying to give paper to the bondholder, but gold and silver to the people. ' : . 1 'i ! 1 I believe, every word of that I would make tbat paper as valuable at coin. The Democratic doctrine is thie: We will do exact justice to the bondholder; where we agreed to pay kin io gold we will pay it to the ntmost ; where we agreed to pty him paper we will pay him paper to the utmost. We will not rob the bondholder for the benefit of the people, neither will we rob the peon's for tbe benefit of tbo bondholder. Tremendous applauae. And as these bonds become Hue 1100, 000,000 in on year, 1200 000 000 in aooiher, and $300,000 000 in the third vear. we will bay them not of the honest saving ef the great revenue which the Government bat, and, aa we pty them day by day, we will take np that mort gage which thete men have crowded upon the bone and sioew of theenairy. Aod, as we wipe oat each f 100 000,000 of the dent, to much more valuable will be each F100 000,000 ol the legal Under OQlas. Applanee ' A EplrltseJ attaiam Visits Frtsldsnt John tea. Cerr-atpoBdaaM of the Boston Pott, 1 - WASBUomn, September 1 It appears the "rpirits" will not dowa even at ike Executive bi Idieg. They have again in vaded tbe White TJoose, and this time naaetrated into tho aodieace rhemker. Uoder tba 00c Oct of Cot Tom Florncs, Mr, Daniela, Ue oelebrated Bottoa me dium, viaiied tbe Executive maoeioa to ey aad eoflcM in interview with Hs Exeelleaey. Tbo gallant Tom, himaelf A Crav-ckae epinteeJiet, waa) bail tr happy to prevent the faacaaug sstdinm to the Fret d. st ti l sard was la it- manic, aad the larg aebeg eay door of ibe aaaiieeew rambr eooei tpef for th wittrt, ta aoortr aaa tba ttoar 1 i- wn.i.i iiiflON- M I . .. .1 . n : ..A r .1 again cU'Ssa man sue f rnaiuoM. v.. Flitreno were siarliei oy me won remembered lauifh rf the' late la mooted Lincoln, with tbo wordo f;em the lips of the entranced medium, Left Dim laugh wbo wins." What could thismeaB? Col. Florence swears there ws no mis taking the Uorb, tbe manner, the ex pression, and President Jobnsoo At ones recognised tbe familiar sound, and was dumb 'with astonishment. "Let bin laugh wbo wins,''' And lbs eoarte, good natured, peculiar laugh of the martyred Pretident ooe mora, rang through the balls of tba Presidential mansion. What a. . . , -J.L I- L - I. I can it mean r Am meres mo Mrs. Daniels explained not, nut Added that Mr, Lipoola wanted to bare a long talk with president Jobnsoo on impor tant matters of state, hot would lake 11 opportunity when the President was lsts engaged.' Mrs. Daniels was presented with a matrnificent bonauet by the Presi dent In nertial remuneration, perhaps, for the thrilling souvenir she bad left him of his dutlnguisbed predecessor. 1 . 1 oi, i ia the Hsats ef Bis Friends. , To show bow Gen. Grant 'is regarded by some of bis present supporters, are subjoin A few opinions expressed by his pretent advocates, previous to nil nomi nation it Chlcsgo: ' 1 - Tilton G-eot is 1 drnnkird." ; I 1 Phillips "Grant is 11 brainless 11 his iddle.".-.' "; v . i " Sumner sayi Grant Ii not in "irrever sible guarantee, aad 'maae a wnue washing report to fortify Andrew John- eon.''' " " ' ' Chase "Grant Is a man of vile kib its lad of no ideas." ' ' Annl Dickinson " I am going to Iu rope to get out of advocating thit bnu - - - - - - Li. : Mrs.' Stanton " Grant 'isys nothing, and knows leas than nothing. ' Greeley "The Presidency rsqoirei man of ideas and a statesmen. 1 Co fox "I declare in idvince no doubtful man shall have my vote for President" ' " . . ... K.tler "I will die in my track! be fore I will subscribe to this white-washing report of this man (Gra-tVwbo has joined his teslimony and will j iin hil fate to that public enemy (Johnson)." . '. t Curtin "Oily a man in favor of negro anffraa-e ran command mv vote." Grant declares " negro suffrage means A war of raeet." ; Old TharT M Never ask me to support a twaddler ad trimmer for office."., , Geary "Drunkards, like pirates, ire public enemies." .' Frelingbnysen "The nation owes it to its self respect to tolerate imbecility in politics no longer. - 1 Wade "Grant knows nothing of poll tica. He can talk nothing but horse." ' 'Yates" I owa I bave been a drunkard; I will be one no longer, nor will I longer cast my lot with sunh men." ' , a - j ' . - A Fine Satire. : The good cause is indebted to the Bos ton Courier for the timely revival of 1 satire which appeared, in Shillaber and Helping'" Carpet-Bag during the can vass of 1852. "Ensign Stebbins" was a caricature either of Scott or of Pierce, hut is he not the perfect prototype of Grant? . Let us bave peace. Platform adopted by ibe National Con veotion at Saugus,' which nominated E4 sign Stebbins for President I -, Art. 1. The Constitution of the Uoited States is that which constitutes. ' 1 2. The army and navy constitutes nt 1 free people; therefore, , 3. The irmy iod navy ire the Consti- tUtioo. r. Mij - . ' ' 1. 4. The President sweiri to support tbe ConstnMon, i 4 , the army and ntvy; therefore, tbe President ought to be military man 1 6 Ensign Jehiel Stebbins is 1 military man; it follows, that he ought to be and must he President. - t - - ' ''... 6 Extensive patronage is 1 power to be nsed only for a wise purpose ; to do this requires 1 wise man; Ensign Steb bins is a wise man ; therefore, be ought to wield executive patronage ia other word, he must be President . - 7- It is of no use- to oppose tbe irresistible.- All other candidates should, of course, withdraw from the cootest" . ' 8. Governments are maintained by re wards and punishments; our Govern ment ought to be maintained ; therefore, Eosign Stebbins will reward bis friends and poniBh his enemies. e t. 13. Republicanism ought to be propa gated all over the world, peaceably, if we can, at the sword's point, if we must 14, Eusign 8tebint most be elected. , . in. 1 1 1 a 1 . , ..- in ; Pungent, v 1 ' . : " Did yon ever bear the story of the irishmen and the horse-raddish ? ' ' 1 " . "No; how waiit?" - . . , " Well, seeing a dish of grated horse raddish on the table where tbey had stop- Bed for: dinner, each helped himself largely to tbe saooe, supposing it to be eaten as potato or squashy and the first, putting a mouthful into his mouth, jerked hie handkerchief from hia trowseri and commenced wiping bis eyes. ' ' ' What ' troubles yer, Jemmy?' in quired hil comrade. . " ' Sure, and I was a tbinkin' of my soor ould father's death wbea he was hung I '. he replied, shrewdly. ." Presently tie; other, taking as greed ily of the pangent vegetable, bad a ta 1 den in fog the handkerchief, whereat Jemmy as coolly inquire j, 'and wbat trouble yer, Pat?' "' Tr.n n,' he replied, 'that yon wasn't kbag with yer rnid father.' " ' Somebody has ben pianobetteing for Grant, and thit is tbe result: Plancbstte He will not carry, but will be carried to 1 alala. - Medium Wbat state? Plancbette Perdition Medium Will he have eompaoy ? , Plancbette Yes I yet I Noble artaiea Tba nobis army of bloated bondholders. Ths noble army of scallawaga. Tbe no ble army ni carpet-barters. The noble armvjil dead duokt The aoble army of fi-den. The aoble army of tax-gaih-arert, aad ike noble army of eooatitulion tinker. Medium Wilt Grant smoke there? Plancbette Yea. M-d urn B-d Seals? .. Pianckrile Ko; ia tnrmeat Medium Hw will Graol be known llere, at Harem U og U.ytses &. ? Fiaacbrmi As G- . Medium TJ whei? P aerba.-e IT. B Dn-t 1 SAINT -MARY SCHOOL, ' - rerLi m wrwEarr, Mba MART E. POPE, ParcrrU 1 m., Bt-OM( -- Tnmley, Wept, I, 1808. l- T IN. WIIXIAUSON-; V'tTnOIESALE ''11 Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants, I., No. 820 Front Street, TW VIET 0? TUB HEAR APPROACH 0? TUB FAtt. BBABOlf. IT AFFOBDfl CS I much pLsaro s lalnTe.of able to eat I the attention of our friends aad tie pubU. atlarsa to osrrooenUy enlarged ttock of Goods oompriilnf la part at fellows I , ISA ktada Bateau Aldoa' ' BOO tew KT. agtrlf. 7 BOB MU avee'el BoaTel gara, SOO kkla Park, . . " I ewtla Bxklate BopA, 10 ake OonTeV ( j A taktla B. a bioal 1 d era, ' AO twain araBi Ties. ine wvaai amwaaiootat 1 Aid all saeh Art lei ts urual In oar Line of TJtulneat. ' nar As heretofore. Mr. BII-L fof our' Inn) will rive his undivided attention to the sale of all Couon el.raed to at. aad aepo to be able to live suoh saU.la.Uoo at aa. met his off t on mm ' jmni 2 Sr.jl wa---.-4-i.D-,i.i . '.v-i g g ? 8 3 Xlw choice groceries; teis V 3 "2. 21: PROVISIONS. I I 2 g ' 2. Jl THE MISSISSIJPM LVAMdE Y iFire and Marino Insnralnce Conpany, .r , . ,., t OF MEMPHIS. capital, " j-j ' J93o6,ooo. i OFFICE-FIBST BTATlO-TAX. BASE. ?' it? 1 " lOFIOERS: ' 'r 43. P. VOBBIS. Prea! . MCBfllT, Tie PreVt . B. sTTEBBIBB, Bee'y. '! ! ' 1 DIRECTORS i , ' F.,DAVT", J.W.JEFFERSOB.I J. J. Mt'RFHT. v 1. M. WOtCOTT, p. W. ft MIT ft. N.C&ROVN K. tJ.-. 1IAPOLBON HILL, , g. M.0AIJK r 9 SMITH C I CPARTKRV ' B. I.OWBSSTBUl, THOMAS FISHIR, W R MOORE JR HRNkR " " B .BISBMAK. ; W.W.BOflOoLFIELT) SOUTHERN LIFE INSURANCE CO., No. 17 Madison Street," Memphis. Term.' Capital, t Surplus, ;, Aroai woonirrr, PrMidetitt . ' . . Y a ' ! D I E;E O T. A. Nslion, . - . Bam. Tate. Jacob tVeller, Oen. Jno. B, Gordon, A mm Woodruff. H. A. Partee, liua-h Tor ran oe. B. C. Brinkley, MEDIC AL' c-z .: X. MILES WILLETT, Atlanta, Co,. Branch J- hn B. Uordon, President ; I .. ' W. C. Morris, tioorota-y. ow iwo-jRwa LTVFS, AWD PROMPTLY ADJUSTS AND PATS LOPHES. Itt prlael pal hnsinest it with Southern 8tatet. and '0 th -m it appeals for patronage. It has ample means to fully protect Policy Hald-rs and pay all lottos. . v -. - 16-T PASCHALL BOUSE DRAWING, ... op bt. x.oris, HISSOTJBI. . . a i 1- ' - ' ' ' - DRAWIX6 OCTOBER , 8, : 1S68, ' ' J Most Positively I , , t . - ;"i . ., i O . .. ." . '; Five Hundred Prizes m I.. Hair Million Worth of Property CERTIFICATES, BS EACH. Oil- OF vii THIS ORAIfD DIPTRIBTJTION OF VAlr uablo Real Estate Property, under the man aa-enient nf anno of the ainst influential and respected citlsans "f Ft. Louta. will take place October a lf8, WITHOUT FAIL OR POST POKXMXHX . , . ; , . lint wf Piitmai i r, 1st. PASCHALL HOTTRE HOTEL, ooTcptetelv furriishad, row brinaing a root of fld.OOO Esr year .and lon.'ed n the heart of St. ouit, . Valae, $280,000. Jd. TheRESTDP'viTR of CPt an. Able, In . Mrraphia. Tenn., one of the most elegant la the city. Va ue, 140.000. ) Jd. Thafm-merRFsrDFS'CB of flov. Wotle. of Miaoeuri, located at lefferaon City, tho Bute capital. Value, $13,000. . , t 4th to 10th eonsirt of VtLTJABLK REPI Df NCFS and BtlSINKSS HOrSB. Ie eatad ia Ft. Luis, and valued at from $ 11,000 to $1S,000 apleoo. There are alae 4 OTH.EB PBIZES. , j ; . e-Hel.tlBr of M0NFT. prtvER TIBT.B .PIASOa, SKWINd MACHIFS. Ftc, -taking eeeheme of seek imlueomeoH f ir I treatment aetar baiore goitea ap in tho W eat Certitlratos to he eornred ia Heeaphit of 3f f. B. S. PLt'MMER.nt Froet ttreat ; W. 11. PA8SMORR A C 8aeond afreet and at tka Honk ani Fiationery ea'abl ahniart of SKORUE PATTISOV k CO.. SITS Main etroel. Oftera f'r wrtln-atee by moil will he pr-irapt'y attendai to by Patiisoa A Co. Certi Boatee, ii eeoA. P. S. LABH AM. Maaager. W. Tf. P ffFA. Perioral Aot. 1-5 ttawt Mtiirah FKUALE CilLLKGE, (TTfB5TT-Br3fTH 8KSSI05 I 1 1TTB en.LL ORflABIZB TBB FORMS 1? ia thia Co'legv. aeevrdine to peavioot eoeawoee-n-,.,,.. th-eoaatng tKbilanio Teir nf fan. Wk,oa IL'l'6t.r.6bHr. 1, l-t. For Cireolara rivit g fall parti-olara aii j to grtnoipoa. at Coilas. er at tba Pookatana. Ui-U M. ATS. MuBviAK. Priaeipal. ,;!:;0AB! JDA5HII . New FaU Stock! lATHf(l DITtKMHTKOPOBITIVILT 11 Ui'opoh aoniliir oowuot. (.io.it to t.nkoau), o or. roduoiai oar .look to One rrice Ctth, ood fcooo rhol tko oitrono low rrtoo oltoot IIMIB AD ear Hack, will Induoo I ooib rrs to ik boopo tkoT olwb. o. Wo or itilj loooirto w troot Toriotr. 1IOWE1X. WOOD CO., , 114 llmt, S oi'TM.m rtxim BUL H. FuMAlftB HILL & CO., OBOCEUS,, MompfcltTenneMetSa: ' i 8228,500 OO 102,742 06 BEJf. HAT, Recretary l 1 T. PATTERAOJr, Aas't ecrvtairy. T O R 8: F. M. White. C. ' . 6p"oer, 1 . C. W. F-aier, J. W. MoCowa, Chariot Kortreoht C. P. Norrit, . . F. B. Davit. BOARD: J0HBH. XB8KIBB. Iltwlsvllle, Ky., Braateht c in ,,. C. C. Snancor, Prefiiln'i E. P. Hopkins, beoretary REMOVAL. . H. WADE & CO., 297 - MAIN STREET, - 297 Wholesale and Retail BOOKSELLERS AXD STATIOXERS, HAVE BEM0VED THEIR LARGE STOCK of Books and Stationery to the oommodioat Storehouse, a few doors south of tbeir old stand, No. 297, being the old ttaad of Messrs. Kleon A Bros, third door north of Mes.ra. Uansfleld A HigWt Drug ?t ire, and between Maasrt. W. R. Moore and Friedmaa A Broi. We tolleit a liberal trada from both tbo eity and country. Wo purpose to give a fn'icon irld'raHon for your money " 8MALL PROF ITS AND QUICK RfilURNS'thaUbeour motto. All orders thankfully received and promptly attended te. H. WADE A CO, AW Don't forget the number of ths Store ' . - t7 Main tr. ' m-M THE ONLY WAY I e FOB C0TJBTBY BEBCHABT8 TO BUY, GOODS , CHEAP v , i -r-rs T0- ' ' ' PArTHE MONET, Or girt tuch undoubted SHORT TIME paper ss will atsuredly be promptly tut at maturity. Oiker ' Byatwana Played Owl t Those who realise this fact oan boy what Dry Goods they may want of , . ,-. WM.' R.' MOORE & CO., ... XZCLC8ITS - : Wholesale Dry Goods Mercliant) PJw. twA Matai art,. WetiipMo. N NEW CUDS! KEW GOODS!. .. AT B. AT. P. HCWTlSlf-l Sootbern r m porta m or Fashion - . Be. B47 Maiei Bts-ewf.-. - ' Alt THE LATEST TTXEB' B at and Bonnets, Diaas Triwmioft. Fancy Woods, French Corsets, Hoop Skirts, ' Kid Gloves. ' ' Ladies Bilk Beqeet, Underwear, Aad a ceaeral aaeertmeot of Millinery floods. Preae-mak'nc.Cloak and Faoo-a. latest aed -at Im p-nved atyleo. Att-r T A M P I . a ar d PIJi KIN M done U oe. ft. .t ,S-r--t naW. e a Wanted. t T crw-VT, BrgHFl.8 OF PRTFT PBtCHIS UJJJ aod APl'i.K8 The hiabeat i kat prieee paid at a. a. . Ff K EKLY'8. -M Fmot atraa. p -tw-a Tnoa and Oay ae. 1s.TT , , .A. Card.,, Xgw OsLti'l. Aearaat r. WR. Mt"?RA. MaTIK. HAIU-Bl KTI A CO., of Mapbia.are lb na.y onaa for aknaa 1 will bsaoaltar 1 I aa nera for tbat faarbat, Tker era ea'bonaea toeaU avf alga at to deader ayw-r, pr. flEOROX ALCXB.