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ton 1 - Vol. III. OREGON, iLYtO., 3X.A.Y 1, 18GS. IVo. 43. 111 cii(itul D H. G. H HOLT COUNTY SENTINEL. A WEEKLY REPUBLICAN NEWSPAPER. D EOITID AND PUBLISHED IIT CHAS. W. BOWMAN, OllKUON, Holt county, mo. TKKMs,TwoDOLiiAKsrKANNUM. JTOLT COUNTY DIRECTORY. Professional Men, at Various Points. M, D. RROWX, Dentist, Forest City, county. Mo. llolt TRA O. RUKICK, Attorney nn.l Counsellor At .1 l.aw. Office, ever Hidden! and Vandcrlinde's Drug Ntore, vregon, flio. PAItRINIt A liVXOAS, Attorney! At Law, and Itcnl P.statc agents, Oregon, Mo. CLARK IRVINE, Attorney at Law, nnd agent for Claimant!, Oregon, Mo. T P. HAI.I.Altn, Attorny at Law, Notary l'ub- lie, aim Jtcai r.siaio i.geu(, .orwi l-oiih, j,u. IIT J. MARNIIAI.I JusHmoI thol'caca and , Notary 1'ubllc, North l'olnt, Mo. OCTOR II. JONEN, NOHTII POINT, MO. Merchants and others, Oregon, C" AHTI.Eoi7l.EIIMER, dealer In Hoots and Shoe. Kaatern and custom jnadework on tiand. REEK, AI.LEX, A CO., Dry ods, Grocer les, etc., northwest corner public square. OOK I.EIIHEB. l)rr Goods, Groceries, (Jucciiswarc, Itcaily Made Clothing, Ac. BF. POTTER, Dry Goods, Groceries. Hooka, , Stationery, Krcek k llershbcrger's olilntand. J AHEM II. MEN, Stow, and Till, Copper, nnd 8heet Iron ware, northeast cornrr pub. smiare. U. NCIIUI.TE,, dealer In Family Groceries, , Wooden ware, Produce, Confectioneries, W. CrMMIXN, denier In Iron, Steel, llnrd i wara Table and focket Cutlery, (see oder't.) MVHPIIV, Mercliant Tailor. Heady Made . Clotldni; and furnishing UoodJ on liaud. -TV T.riTMMIYS. Drr fioo.lt. Croeerlert. Notion.. As. Ilootn, Skou, Ouecixwnm. Ac, Nortli ride imbllc squurc. TASII. nATID. Drrtiooila. (irneerles. Hard. 1) ware, (jneeimwarc, Ilooti), Miihh, Ac. Wentitide I'uuiio square. H HERKIIUERftER. Slorauc. CommN.ion. nun Forwarding merchant, Oregon l.aniung. I KJ cut Medicine, c. (Seoadvertiaemcnt.) A IinVNT HERREN, Mnunfin'turtr ami dealer Jl tnturiilturu, uuit liinlerintcr. (tec Mir'l.) TITARTIX WMITJIER. Mannf.icturer of. and JLTX dealer In, Siidillen ami llnrnexs, l.lps, .te. XT9t, E. IIII.I., Nursery Htoek, went lde imb-1 VV lie. Miutirc arc. Aecntlur T. t . Allen ACVkOuiKc! 'irange iiiuiita. I'riee at uum-ry, per tuiiiaini. WILLIAM IIAWK1XN, ileer Couleclioiu.u. dealer In CiiLei, T t. KYflER, Llquora, Cigars, Candlea, Ac. XI. next uoor to rrice iiouse. TAMES 8. HART, Haddle and Harnns Maker. ,J Ulioi went Bine puuiic squuiv, T7REIERIV NAAIi, llarb-r and Hulr-dreeger. X' Next uoor eat oi j-ot uiuce. w M. HUNKER, Wagon, Carrlntte, and Wow maxer, two uoora caaioi cuj noni. G A F. BEEMAN, Hoot andShoeMukcri, Shop North aide or l'ubllo Square. PRICE HOUSE, Vm$Sl$Zs. CITY HOTEL, John F. maiitik, l'roprletor. S C. COI.I.IXN. lteal Kitttc Dealer. Kxamlne a , titles, pays taxes, etc. Wild lands for sale. , thtik M. It AVIN. Surveyor. Hoad Commls- J? sloner. and Ileal Kstate agent. OQlce at Court House. j-iliAH. W. nilWMAV. imi'utfor thecelcbrat-1 Vj ed Mason llainlin Caiiinkt Oikianb, and the Wheeler A Wilson and Florence Sewing Machines. Merchants, Ac, Forest City. XKT A. MACKOY. Dealer in Produce, No. 01 Commcrclal-at. Highest prlcu paid lor Ha-1 con ana uruiu. inEOROK WERER, Dry Goods, CloUdng, Gro-1 VJ caries, so. "1 RAVEN dc TRCETT, Dry Gocla, Groceries, vji ijueeuswarc, e. w H. WIM.IAMN & CO., dealers in Stoves, , Tinware, ftiicu uarawarc, .xc, istuimvt.j T ATIIAM & I'piNDEXTER, dealers In Dry I XJ Goods, Groceries, Iloott, Shoes, Hats, Cups, and Clothing. A HCIIER A EVERNOX, Drugs, Taints, Oil, Jl ralent Aleuicincs, jirusnes, loneijiriieies. txr A I. W ZOOK, Dry Goods, Groceries, ft Hoots, Shoes, kc. rrouuee uoiignt. TJOBINNON A FLATTER, All kluds of house-1 J.V noia rurnuure, upuuisiery, t. itURIMTIAN KRATJHN, Lager Heer Hrewer, "cuyxirewery." MISCELLANEOUS CAMPS. FRANK S. HOWARD, M. D,, Will practtco inedlclno lu town and country. OFFICK-l'etei 'a Drug Store, ta-tf IRA. O. BTJZIOIC, Attoraey and Counsellor at Law, OREGOJ MIS SO Ulil. IllWlyl HORACE COOPER, ATTORNEY AT LAW AND Dton.1 USstixto Airout OREGON, MO. OFFICE One door west city iiotci, up stairs (ItlUly) ZOOK K SCOTT, tl.nV... nnr1 Tioa1r.a In "R-rnnnntro. a-i and t?AL ESTATE, OREGON, MO. MfcO a general Bank'jig business. Deposits celved. Collections mode. IK ipLANKS FOll JUSTICES ALWAYS ON HAND at we oxntinbi.. otneo, mnVTim.T nnirMTVnKMTINRT. will .hnrtlvhel 1 nUredfromMtc8columns, when It will be ,h ii,ilMintrv nai lr In Northwest Missouri. JAM3GS II. NHS8, E A L E It IJV STOVES A And Manufacttfrcr.of Tin, Copper, and Sheet Iron ware, N. E. Corner Public Square, OKEGON, MO. ffVOId Conner. Brass, and Pewter, taken In i .v change for 1 lnware. llllllyl AUGUST BEIIHES, CABINET MAKER AND UNDER TAKER, Oregon, IVI.O -, TrANtrKA(TtJ)tKS AND SKM.S AM. KINDS it. ,,r Ktiitsni'in: and i'i'iioiTi:uv. ml irlco. which will dill' cuiiinetlllon In this inarkit. Call and examine, lie has also made niriingi nients to keen on hand an assortment of ItKAIIV-MAIil'. COl'! INh, ami will thereby I"' molded lu 111 I orders III mi. line on me (Unties: pustiniu mince. MUM', nooroi limner- anuiuo siorc. iiuiiy Jllll.1 LEMON 1S.UU T. IIOt.ll.. Lemon, Hosea&Co., ivnoLi:sAr.i:ii:ALi:ns in FOREIGN Sr DOMESTIC DR) GOODS, NOTIONS, CLOTHING. See. TTo. B Fourth Stroot. tiimiy T J0KI'1I, MO. IIlSNrfV VOSS, Dealer In WALL PAPER, n ,An rr. Tnt nr eir nn ;,'v . e . .wvr TTWOl r.n SAY to tho imiilin mat niy biocK m Willi ranur and Window hlirnles l cniiiiiletr. and U the lmi;et aud v "elitttil fttmU w,nt ol' St. I.ouU, which 1 will tell at tliu loutst jirli'e ut iioit'aie aim riiAii. Iliulin on M Hired, between I-.i f n- m 1 anil Felix. SI'. JOslU'II, .MO. 11137 :t in C. Kessler, FANCY GOODS, TOYS! Oliilrti-oii'M Cai'riii- gOH, XIllHltOtH, ALBUMS, 1IIUD CAGKS, STATIONKUY, Novels, Fishing Tackle. YMYA'EE AY) TIOA'S ! S.1 Second-It, near Francis, ST. JOSEPH, MISSOURI. maiy OOLWOUTll & COLT, BOOK niNIXERS, and Dealers In Books. Stationery, w w jnu n.i -pHnrnr'fiStock. Paper Hangings, ttntl iTinior B aiottt, .no. :i l'Ciix btrcci, ST. JOSEPH, MO. rj-Cash paid for Hags. Itcp'Ji-l'My FAIBLEIGH Ts SERGEANT, NO. 0, F0U11TII6T., ST. JOSEPH, MIS SO Ulil. lmiorliTB and Jobbers of ClltlCl'V. Sliolf, and HcUVJ IInxlviivs, Agricultural Tools, &c, T. rni.Ei(m, JA9, W. SEIIOCANT, I.ato with Sheldon .ten.. N V. lieei id I, ate t. rarieigu a. -o. ly wltUl'rult A Fox. lM' 13,. J.UIII9. ANSFIELD & ELLINGWOOD, Successor to A. G. lUnusfield. Wholcsalo anil llrtall Dealers in Iron.SlccMIardware, "Wagon & Buggy Wood Work, Black- amith'a"in fl. - ' A Gill CULT URAL IM- P L E ME A" T S, Farm and Garden Seeds, &o., Sole Agents for DEERE'S M0L1NE TLOWS ; nnoArN'R nonN pi, anters : I TlTTriTrF.YP, TIP. APKUR nnil MOWERS: I I rlT-.--..f-..X-T W . rtllllTllLl . I XAXAX.UI.AU.1X JU,lV..1Uf ....v. PATTENT SPINNING WHEELS. Ko. 1H, Third street, Sign of tho Anvil Airnd-lock. ST. JOSEPH, MO. Illl-20-Iyl TOAMWU.F.T I'llINTINO DONE AT Till, SitK. I iikil otoos. WK TWO. Wc own nohouses, no lots, nolandi, No dainty viands for us are unread, Vy iweat of our brows and toll of our hands, tV enrnlhe pittance Hint buys our bread i w And yet we llro in grander state , Sunbeam and I than the inllllonulies Who itlneoiralhcr and golden plate, With Ihcrled lackujs behind their ehnlM. We have no rlohes In liousei or stocks, No bank-book, idiuw our bainni'n lu draw, Yet wc carry n safe-key that unlocks Moro treasure than (.nr. us iuv b.iwi Wc wear no elvet nor satin line, A'c dte.s lu n very homely way Hut ahl what luminous lu.leri .nine About Suubeam'n gun us and my hoodcu gray. When we walk together (wc ibi not ride, We are fur too poor) it Is verv rare We aru bowed unto from the other sldo Of the street but for Ihliwe do not cnri'i We urn not lonely, we pa.s along, Sunbeam and 1, and ion cm not see, We run, what lull ami beautiful throngs Of angels we haw for company. No harp, no dulcimer, tin guitar, llleaks Into mu.lc ut Sunlii iiin'ii touch, Hut do mitthiiik that our cnuings aru Without their liiliiU'; there In none such lulhe roueert h.ill., uiiiru the p iliilliilit ulr In inu.lciil billow ilont, ami mtliiHi Our Hies tue a. )i-nllii), nnd our Inn hi ml. wear A calm, like thvirWiirbeiiulll'ulh)iiiiiJ. Whrn cloudy weather ob.curc- our skier. Ami somi' d.i)pi il'irken II li drops of ruin, We haw but to look lu eurh other h tyes, And all Is baliuv uud brk-ht turalni Ah' ouif is Ihealeheinv Hint tr.nismtttes I he ill UK" to lllxlr the ill cm to gnlil) And snwelleou lle.pei'lnn fruits, Miubeam and I, uud neer gmw old Never grow old, but wc live in pe lee, And luwour lellows nnd rn mine, And our hi arts nru glud nt the lurge lnerense Of plentiful virtue, under the miiiii And ilii-ilu s I'.im on w 1th tin lr Ihouu'htl'ol trend, And the shadow lengthen towuril the we.t. Hut the wane of our juuugJiiiM brlng")uu dreud 'In brink their hurwt ol 4111.1 nut. Sunbi uin'H hair will be Hrenked with grnj , And rime will luriow 11 my dutlmgSlnou , Hut neer can '1 line'" hiinil steal awnj The tender hnlii Hint eluspH it mm So we ihell lu woiiilurlhl upuliMii'e. With iiolhlng to hurt ut or upbraid, And my life tremble, w Ith merence, Ami Minbeiim's rplrlt is not afraid. PAY AH YOl' CO. Xevor win llioro Vt wiser maxim limn "nay vnu ro." It Is suited to ovcrv- ijtii,,. 1 iiu 1111111 ui ijiiaiiii;. iiiu iiu- fessional man all classes can atloiit "nuv as you ffty" as a fcounil motto. Tliu evils of tho credit system arc not conlliicd to those who L'ivc it : thoo who take it are, as the tfeneral rule, as rcut suHerers in 1 110 enil. We Felilom ever Knew a case of 11 man who always wanted credit, and who seldom paid lip until the last moment possible to delay it, who became prosperous and stiecosbt'ul. With low exceptions, tills clas is always "hard up," and seldom ever able to in'ako both ends meet. ThsodoiiiL'a larifc business ccs impossible, to pay as they yo. In some ease, unless there is a largo amount Inf r.iiiitnl invested, mirchascs unoii time become necessary, and arc undoubtedly jURtillablc. Hut there is no f?ooii reason WIIJ lllOUSaillli, llirouiioiiL uiu ramiuj doiiiK a Hinall business, and tens of thousands not carryliif: on any branch oftrade whatever, should not resolve to pav for anvthiiiK thoy buy just as tiioy obtain it. ' TI10 advantages arisiiifr from the adontion ot this course nro nuieli greater than many people at lirst sup niiKf. nnil urn wortliv of earnest consid eration bv all who havotho laudable do- siro to got on in tho world, 1st. l.ouis Journal Commerce. Masciimni: T.tkiui:tti:. 1. Gentle men wiilUin'' should keep their hands in their pockots. It shows tholr llgure to advantago, keeps their liaiuts warm, anil out ol atiicr people s pocncis. 2. Iiftiio afternoon congregate In front of tho saloons aud hotels. Then upon lmllps nnssiiiL'. sot tin an couiuo caclun- atlon, (translated horse laugh.) This win give mom an cxaucu mu.i ui um tnttn ritid vi'llnemont. 3. Keep tho centre of the siilcwniu. lv this means, others. In mealing you, will know which side to pass : when thev attempt it, stop in the direction wit'h them. This allbrds an agreeable varictv In a proinonailc. 4. It you seo a person on inc opposite sliln of thri street von wish to interrupt. crv as loud as possible to him, "Ho! Jo'nos!" Of course Jones will"Ilo!" I mill vnu w 11 s how liassoiiL'cr-t t nat you take a .treat interest in tlto state oi Jones. .. r. W.ioii turning a corner, wane rap idly, 'Jth your oyes in another turec mi " iimv iitofit cniiinlifnlv. tmd glvo'tff ill an opportunity to study "as- tronoiay oy iiay-ngiii." C. Doi.fiL'hts are an airrecable vanoty with which to "siiieu" city Hie ; there fore irot mi a iV',)CtB as to which will win. A nnt'Avorth'J tinso of Doisonintr by eatiiJof canncif fruit is reported by tlio n1.1.VNJI sOikiinitf Wsmttt.nl i M nil fiilVH f JUL , Vlllli' AII.IUICI, iuti.ii.i.t, " wncl l I ,i rr imnli lint West, in this county, Intorms us mat ms fttn,iy ami 'artv of visitors woro pois i . ... r time on Sunday last, by d black-boirlos, Twelve i onou. ni uin eating caw persons sat oniA to dinner, aud oil wero poisoned c: out two. who did not cat of the fruit. H'lio poison prouueeu. spas' . .. motile ret ling ami vioiout voiuuiiik ocncclnllv. wero very bIck the childrli Dr. JohnBtl . n1)l.l,.nn...l ititin utflB 111 , Ul 1V1UIII11UI1U, I, ,v ,. ... ' .. Tl 11,1 II that vicing nttoiiding .louu iy uiiiiiui'i Esa.. was II imiiatciv caned in auu pro- scribed for. alllictcd, and tucy nil speedily -"injforcd excoptMrs. M., who I is yet IL'dlnrBtllO offoots Of the poison ' nll.f.,1' .n.n.n.l l.i nniw i(n P0.11R I .1 U . I U H , ' -H VIIIIIIV1, ... ..WIT last en v Mr. Mvors. and was tho last of canned at tno samo iinio, mi of whlcl' 'id bee") eaten without nroau- cliiEr an'Mixtrao Allnary or ill results No dlffoVonco was noticed in the fruit r except that tho last can was paler tliau (ho ones nrnviouslv used. TllO doctor was of thlppliilon that tho corroding of I tho can hntf poisoned tho fruit. Till: Kl-KMJ.Y KliAX FltO.lt A 111:111:1, point or VIEW. As there mav bo aomo who tllsbcllove. or ailed to disbelieve, that a formidable secret organization, essentially Ilcbcl in its character, is now Doing tiiiiuecii over tho South, wo give an extract from an iVugusta (Georgia) letter from the 'Sncclal Correspondent" of Tho World an extract which wo extend so as to show the thorough Hcbcl proclivities of tho writer as well as 01 me "Kian" itself. "Politically, Augusta Is of Importance in the State. In and about it livo some of the tlrst men of tho State, and tho in- tlueneo of the city Is, therefore, very con siderable in Georgia allairs. Some miles up tho railway leading to Atlanta reside both ToomliR and Stopliens, and in tho city itself, or its close vicinage, live ex-Governor llcrschol V. Johnson aud tho present lawlul Governor Charles T. JenMns. Two of the C. S. Major- Generals nlso livo in Augusta, A. 11. Wrltrht and l.afavctte McUlaws, and in the world of letters aro three who have had n reputation beyond tho State. 'irst of these is Paul llayno, ald by rennvion to bo the best sonneteer in America; ami then comes James I. Kaudall. author of "Marylnnd, my Ma- yland, ' "There Is Lifo in tho Old Land el, aim oilier poems 01 witio repute. ast of the three is the Itev. A brain y i. thr iioet-nriet. a Catholic clertrvinan now stalioiicd hero, and eijually ailtnlrcd for Ids oratorv and his poems, among them 1 elm: "The Con(uurcd llanner," I'ho South s Prayer,' .ve. And now. to leave a pleasant city, one tho invalid or traveler for amti'cineiit ould linger in, lotniosay a word ol the lCti-IClux. Everybody, by this time, must have heard ot tliu Man the kit- If lux Ulan 'K. K. K. llcwarol' and ondoied what It was nil about. Ivu- Klux. then, is a seciot organiation of late origin in tho booth, liavingils Dirtli placo in Middle Tennessee, and now preailing iikc wiui-ure an tiiroiigu mis country. It Is in Mississippi, anil lu Ala bama, 'and all over Tennessee, and in Louisiana, and, loilowing bhcrniatrs track in Georgia, is sweeping down through this State into Florida, and out into Virginia, Maryland and the Carol!- lias. Wherever a iicttv tvrant, or a grcal i, j, , - one. oppresses tho people, there the K K. iv. rears its neati, ami wnorever mere are soldiers' graves the order lias it 'Den.' Ihe dea put lortli 1 tliat dead Uonieil- eratcs rie at midnight, aud, funning In to the Palo Uriiratlc, ride forth to re dress the wrongs indicted on thoso for iv,H?iVL.UwN)ilR.iir.''lV,'ibypwj,".'..,i'iMa clouilv forms, and squadrons that go charging bv, "U sKeieton lortns, mounted on' shadowy steeds that move with tho suced of tho whirlwind and witiinnt a fiound. Tho ncirrocs. super stitious at all times, given over to belief n Ob and con uratloii, ami inc r.vii r.yo aro in lnuro perturbation at tho K. K. K. rills Cull lias HlCl in ins muinigui. i .iui- bles a man. nnd. falling into convorsa- t Inn tiioi-ou-lth. has suddenly heard his bones rattle or seen llcry lights In a llesh- less head, aud, ol course, Knowing tins urns Kn.iv. tlx. nas lieu, aim men uiui Rnmlisi. not to ho outdotio ill tropidalion or lying by Cull, has had his hand shaken at his own door, aim louuu, -uix-ss uu T.or' nknloton llutrcrs left within his . 1 ..... in ii iri...i ...l.ln....n.l nf. mini IVI1-1V1I1X : 11 nut V, IU9HU1 uu ! n ..liifiiU. is a sound to setiro inc Treat Enfranchised into Ills, (jreat throughout tho South Is how his icar. And whereas once nenrowiuu iiuuui.uk ill hours, haunting tlio Joyai ijcngue, In none, impressible, doomed barbarian tho murderous taiuoi incen diary Itceonstriictlonlst agents, now no insi. within doors after sundown. Mystorlutts placards appear in public places, .ueii uro nuiiucn i" i"""; bio Grand Uyciops or u possiuio nig wid in Death, and in tho midst of all this superstition and surmlso and jok- inir. flm fact nnnenrs that there is a Ml Klux Kian that is growing .with the raptdltv of a snowball rolled in the - . ......... ll... niulnK lilll (1 enrwe .i 111:111 ejniuiD uiu uuivi ui.w true man,' and tho true man is ouo inai hates a tvrtiut. History Is lull or Iiistau ces whoro a jicoplo greatly oppressed, nnil with no nrosont rcniedv. liavo had Bccrot crgaul7.atIons to nriso among iiicin to dispcuso a wild justice in those cases whoro (he laws aro powerless to cither protect or avenge. Lot tho reader turn to Anno of Glcrstoln, book second and accompanying notes, and ho will there liud an old iimo- origiiuu in uiu jm- Klux, in tho German yclimijertvui or Tribunal of tho Hounds. As stated, lids K. 1C. order aroso In Middle Tonti cssee, a section of the State peculiarly oppressed by llrownlow and his myrmi dons, and was, doubtless, origionally onlv intended ns a species ot Koguiator organization for local use tho number less septilchors of bravo men slalu lu tho Western campaigns in inoso regions, furnished tho hint for tho peculiar In signia and phraseology of tho Man. Hut. utmiliiL simillbriR. llko oniircsslons elsowhero oxistiug, havo superinduced a llko stato of mind to that lu which tho Kit.iciux liml Its or 'Ion in Tennessee, nml tho Man has branched out into almost all tho other southern States How far tho onranlzatloii really extends. ne what nvn its entire or ultiinato pur poses, it is hard to toll; but In quitting . 'i.,i. I.J .. 1 .1 ,1..., U mi. tue suiiifim-, jv iimy uu buiu iiu"' " "i" nnars to meet with all but universal fa vor, and promises somo dovelopinciits ero long of interest. "Whon at Augusta it is but a step for you to leavo tho State, and in leaving it is imposslblo to restrain a sigh over a oi'riat f nininiinwrnltli now iflvoil OVOf by a fragmentary and Hilsrepresontatlvo Congress into turbulance, apprehension and gioom," m:i:is. sot ivohiis. "Why call ye mo, Lord, Lord, aud do not the things which Isay." Not forever on thy knees Would .lehnvnh have thee found : There are burden. Ihoti canst ease There are grief. .If hovnh sees . Look around. Work Is prarer, If done for God, l'rnyer wh'lrh God delighted htars, See besiileyou liiilurneit sod, Otic bowed 'nenlli nlllletloirarod t Dry her tenrs. Not long iirnyi rs, but earnest ical Thi. Is wlinl is wanted more. I'll! Hit shoulder to the wheel Hread until the ramlshed diul From Ihy store. Not liigh'Soiuiileil word, of praise Iloes God want 'm ath some grand dome I Hut (hat thou the f.illen ral.u I Hrlng the pour I'roui life's hlghnsjs To thy home. Worship God by doing good Woik., not words t kind arts, not crenls. He who luvestiod a. he .liould .Muke. hi. heart's low umh ritood lly kind deeds. Deed, are poweiful more nnrds wiak, Hnlt'rlng nt high heuwu'i door, l.i t th luxe by anions t pe.ik I Wipe llietiMr Iroln sorrow's uieck i t 'lothe the poor. He II Milne life's cares to smother, ti 1 In bru'liliu eje. liowdliu. Kind di ed. done to one another .tod iii-ei pts u. done, me broth, r, I'ntii lliin. tiii: i.KiiiT oi xatdki:. Tlu'io lived lu Philadelpliia, many vciii-i it-'o, a celebrated ltidtau chief nam ed Teilvseiing. Iiu was silling one eve ning by tho tireside ol a friend, both of tlieni looking silcntlv nt the lire, indulg ing their own rclloctlons. At length, the silenre was interrupted by the friend : "I will tell you what I have been thinking of. I was thinking of a i ule delivered bv the author of tho Ohri-titiu religion, which from its excel lency, Ave call tho Golden Kult!." "Stop." siud Ledyscniig, "don't pratso it to me, but rather tell mo what it is, and let mo think for myself. 1 do not wish von to tell me its excellency toll me what it is." "It is for one man to do to another as he would have tliu other do to him." "That's Impossible I It raunot be done." Tedvscung immediately re plied; and taking his pipe, lighted it and commenced walking about the room. lu tibout a (iiiartcr of an hour he came up to his friend with a smiling counte nance, aud taking the pipo from his mouth, said: "llrothcr. I havo been thoughtful on what von havo told ine. If the (Jreat Spirit that made man would give him a ic' heart, ho could do as you sav, lint not elie." V..v.K., xxxi : 20. A now heart also I put within you; and 1 will take away thu stony heart out of your ilesh, nnd I will give you a heart of llosh. 'Tin: f.Yiox as it was." The following paragraph is from the mlilvnss of Gun. Van Wvck. who presid ed tit the Republican State Convention at SAvriinisu : So'mo thero bo who cry out for the Union ns It was. Take It, when you can rive us back our sainted dead. When vou can call Lyon, KlUworth and Mill iiynn from tho ton) h. reanimate the wast ed form of Kcarncv. speak into life tlio war worn veteran Sumner, bid tho tono-iio of linker llro tho heart with olo niinnrii onco more, clothe witli strength and beanlv tho crumbling forms of Manslleld, Sedgwick, Reynolds and Mc pherson ; summon from tho city of tho dead him whoso patriotism wns pure, whoso devotion so uiisolllsh that gener ations to coino will revere tho memory and bless the naino "Wadsworth ; (fath er up Ihe groans and tears and pour them back in gentle currents on hearts that will never blossom again, restore to the aged father tho prop of declining years, dry up the tears of the mother mourning the loss of her first born, seek out those hells of horror whoso very names make men shudder, open the llftccn thousand linen: nt A niWsniiv Ule. take the limbs worn by disease and tho skeletons wast ed bv starvation, ureaiuo mo spun oi life into thoo dry bones, then blot from the heart the record and the rcmcm branco of tho griefs thoy sull'ered ; do all this, thon ask for the "Union as it was." THAI). STKVKXS. Sneaking of Mr. Stevens Plako's Gal veston Itullctin savs : It is, perhaps, unnecessary lor us to sav that wo aro not admirers ot uiu course followed by Thtiddotis Slovens Wn linvo. nor bans, too trcnuoutiy ex pressed this disapprobation to repeat it now. AVo do not like his courso, lu Its extreme radicalism. AVo would gladly have seen him less vindictive ami itiricss Hid. wliiln wo disairree with him and disapprove ol many oi ms p i ects, we cannot but admire his terriuio in I'linci Unas. 'n man not thoroughly rmivlnccd of his own rectitude and of tho innate wisdom of his acts, would, ,l,n' liv ilnv. Inllnw ilieill out with Sllcll j "V' , ,, ... ... ,i. Intense anxiety wnuu tuu cwm m i .reiivn wnen iTinnhlltiir IH'nCillll HIS luui. e".V " ".V i." r." t. ,..,,.,-tn,l uay IlllCl liny Iiu tuiiuin ui i ii""1;" Into tho House straining the brittle lliennil nt' it fit far tllli lllllMIOSO Of aCCOIll liilsliiiirr a nolltlcnl net an act from which ho can gain no possible good, but which ho professos to bollovo necessary for tho good of his country and of Its tii.nnln. No man can read tho dally l'0' mil-la nf foiiL'rcss and doubt tho honCS- tv of tills old man, nor tho purcnoss pf his motives, liowovor much ho may ilnulit their wisdom. Right or wrong, still tho sight of Thnddous Stovons bat- 111,,,. r.,,. Hint wlilnli lin (liliil.-S Is l'lgllt II, lip .W. .....V 1, ...V. -..V, .....-.-- - , with scarcely an hour's leaso on llto, Is nun ) f Ihn I'l'niulnst vlnws of hlllliauna- turo that tho manhood of tho present fentury has aflorded ns, I'l.AI.V (lltf'.KTIOXS I'OK IIOXKST VOTKUS. AVhnt party wa it, in W0, that refus ed honor and subinlsssloii to the Consti tutional election of a Hepublican Presi dent, and lent Its sympathy to an armed revolt 'i AVhat parly wni it, that when tho Southern States voted secession, in their resolutions, newspapers and speeches, denied tho right under tho Constitution to put down tho rebellion by coercing the status in revolt V Thu Democratic. What party held tho power of tho National Government whon tho forts and arsenals on our Southern coast woro nllowed to be taken by rebels without resistance ? Tho Democratic. AVhat party furnished the incti who conspired to' murder Abraham Lincoln when on his wav to the. National Capi tol to tako the otllco of President? The Democratic. AVho honor tho notr.pof (lie infamous as sassin Hooth.nnd in frequent utterances declare their wUh to build a monument to his memory? Democrats. What party forced the country cither to abandon tlio Union anil the great prin ciple of government by tho voice of tho people or to curium a gigantic war and sustain the Union by tho cost of half a million of lives anil thousands of millions of national Indebtedness ? The Demo crat lc. AVhat partv was it which cursed aud defamed the heroes who fought for 'ho Union, and still slander and defame ef ficient soldiers and leaders in the Union cause r The Democratic. What partv was it which has lor tlto past eight years done all In Its power to ruin tho country by treasonable acts and influences, and has not yet repented, and which now demands to be reinstated in its former power by tho people's votes V L no Democrat ic. AVhat partv would infinitely prefer Jell". Davis, (ho traitor, to 1 . h. Grant the iiatlon'Mlcfender, forl'rcsiiiontol mo United .Stales? The Democratic. What partv lias tho full sympathy ot the unsubdued spirit of tho rebellion in tho South? The Democratic. What parly in Maine has allied itsoii with a secret oath-bound organization? The Deniiieratic. What party endorses the treason of Andrew Johnson in his efforts to rotoro the rebels of the South to power and to defeal the efforts of Congress to reeon strti t the rebel Stales on tho principles of impartial liberty and justice.'1 Iho Democratic- iiioonvmc r.agic. WHO Alt El Till'. noXIHIOLDHHS T IIIUUW, 1 III IV l.lumiiK -v ........ eertaincri. bv '-areful inquiry, that of the live rlche'sl men in New York City onlvtwo are holders of United States bonds, and thec only to a very incon siderable amount, and that among those who return incomes of over ouo hundred thousand dollars in New York and Brooklyn, ab.iiil tho sanw relative pro portion of bondholders exists. On tho othor hand, tho savings banks of Now York hold forty-nine millions of bonds as" Investments for the funris of their depositors, the interest of which, de ducting the expenses of tho banks, Is paid to -188101 of tho laboring mon and womon of New York semi-annually. Of the several classes ot "aristocratic nond hohlers" whoc money is thus invested, dm inmost In numbers nro. llrst, domes tics; scconri, laborers; third, seamstress es: fourth, clerks: fifth, tailors; sixth, waiters, and soventh, cartmcn. A list of tho occupations of the "bloated aris tocrats" who receive the dividends of tho ,V20 bonds, taken from ono ol tlio savings banks of tho city, shows the fol lowing assortment: Artists, bakers, Imlclioi's. bar-tondcrs. blacksmiths, boardlug-house-kccpcrs, boatmen, boil- cr-inakers, Dookuiiuiers, cartmen, coucn men, carpenters, clerks, domestics, en gineers, farmers, fishermen, gardeners, hattors, masons, hucksters, junk dealers. . . ' . . ' ..tit.. n r. laborers, miiKiiicn, miiiiucrs, musus, ostlers, pcdlcrs, portors, plumbers, seam stresses, BllOelliaKCrs, boiuicib, mumo, tanners, washerwomen, waiters and weavers. Tho life insurance companies oi .New York hold twenty millions of tho bonds as security for tho persons in all parts of tho country, who iioiu men- iium-iut,, and tho fir'o insurnnco companies hold forty-six; millions as sccuiltyfor their customers. A very largo sum is held In the form of trust estates for the ponoia ofwidow6and orphans under order of tho co'urts. Threo humlreii minions nro held bv tho banks ns security for their billhoUlers. N. Y. Tribune, sr.x.iTOit wir.sox i:pon kaxt. Senator AVllson In a lalo letter says: "For thirty-seven years I havo been a iiloiVpil tmnnornnco man. and I hnvo striven to bo faithful to a cause my heart loves and my judgment approves. 1 havo seon Uonerai if rani in uiu camp, in m oilier, nt his own houso, and at dinner parties wliuro liquors were wcciy u.-cu liv others, but hurr vcrernecn him tako even a ilass of irinv, nor havo 1 ovor seen hliii when I had tho slightest reason to think ho was in any degree under tho iiitluoueo of drink." llu subsequently adds : "It was because I was an antislavory man, alJadical Republican, hocauso I be lieved tho cause of equal and impartial llbortv to bo above the ambition nnd in terest's of public men, and bncnuso I be lieved Geno.al Grant would carry tho causa to a sure victory, that I turned to him as tho Presidential candidate of tho llopubllcau party. 1 know him to bo an honost, lust and llrm man, whoso Udell ty to his country and to tlio equal rights of all his countrymen cannot bo questioned."