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SVLOLEII COPY 5OCES CUSETR 1 - - - i - - - - * 6§U L * voL. II. NATCHITOCHES. LOUILIANA, SEPTEMBER 2:3. 1876. NO.2 - - -- -- - mammm 1 tiala m ugm.ll F MAILAS. AnRRIVALS AND DEPARTURES. Alexandria to Natchitnolces. Ari(rira. 1)epartureR. T i .,t:&v . p. in. Thllrsdlay 9 a. In. Fridia. 4 pº. Hi. SaLtIlrdV 9 a. in. 1usI1ay 41 p. in. Monday 9 a. m. Natciitoches to Shreveport. 'riiesthy 9 a. n. Tunesday 9 a. in. ThnrM in y 9 a. in. 'II n-1ay 9 a. in. Sitnrdlv 9 a. Inº. .Satorday 9 a. In. Natchitoches to TexaIR. Ttwdlay 9 1,. In. Monday 7 a. In. Satu1rdIay 6 p. in. Thursday 7 a. In Natclhitoches to Minden. Tu~day t; p. in Wtdnesdlay 7 a. m Friday 6 p in. Saturday 7 a. iI. Natchitocesie to Winnfield. "(it' lay 1I1 in. Tne,'1ay I p. in. Friday i1 ~ I, Friday I p. ni. Al.!. MAILS .cLO.1 AT 8 A. M. (Offlc IoHTrs-froln 7 A. M. to I.2 31. and frum '2i v to 6 ; v. W. I) IT.Jnils. Yost %Ia ter. Professional Cards, W. 1. JAcK. D. PIES1EON TJaolk. ce Pierson. 4ttornces and Cmnselors at Law NA'TCIIITOCIIES, LA. W lT.. p:raorr'h in thI ('onrtR if iatch itocrhi. 1 S bind, I),Sorto. R~ed Rirsr, Winn. wtapihle,4 idu Grant and iti the Siiprei ue ('ioiirt of tbhe State. (lairmn promptly atteiidcd to. IHrch :5--l" !. A. MOIRSE. C. F. )ltANG'CT. MORSE & DRANGUET, Attorneys at Law. 4imce on Second Strcit. March 25-ly. Nactchitoches, La. M. J Cuoiatnghaem. T. P. Chaplin. J. 11 Cnnninehan. Cunningham, Chaplin & Cunningham. Attorneys and Counsxelarv at Lat. St. D)eii St., Natchitoche, La. 1 TILL practice in the conrts of Rap ides, Grunt, Winn, Sabine. 1)De eto, Red River and N:tchitoclhes, and the Supremrne Court of the State. CIatn promptnitly uttendedl to in any part of the Union. March 25-ly Business Cards. O. A. BULLARD. N. . H.CAMPELL Bullard & Campbell, t -UPALLERS IN DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE, And General Merchandise. Corner FBO'Tr & LAFAYFrTE Street, n\at'hitochtes, La. H IOhEST eash price paid for cotton andt country produce in cash or merchandise. March 25 -ly. TWillie Iolmzes, PROlcT STIIEET, Natchlitocles, La. -DEALERI IN DRY GOODS, Groceries, HIardwara, Crockery, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes and Notions. Special inducements offered to CrAh purchasers. Cotton and country pro lduce, both at highest Cash rates. March 53-ly. TohnC 0. Wriohel (Walmsley's Brick Building,) t Washington Street, Natchitoches, La. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries, BA 8, CAPS, BOOTS, 8HOES, and General MERCHANDISE R7 Highest price paid for Cotton and 9tn.r Country produce, in Cash or Mer ebandihe. March a5-ly. 'heo. Sohttmazn, -DEALER INX DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, and OGENERAL MERCHANDISE Cor. FRONT and ST. DENIS Streets March 25-ly. Natchitoches, La. 4 Poeter Veulenani, -DEALER IN FAMJL Y GROCERIES A 1full assortment of WALL-PAPER COn stantly on hand, Special inducements to CAsH Custmners. WASHINUGTON STREET, St arch 5--. Natchitoches, La. O. Sha erath, Boot and Shoe Maker. ( HALLENGES the world for neatness V and durability of work. Satisfaction a At and material guarauteed ki Shop on St. Denis 8 4 l JIM* 4n X. GENOc &e CO., - Dealers In DRY GOODS, (IROCERIES, IIARI)WARE, and GENERAL MERCI'ANDISE. TWASIXtS)TIN STREET. N-atchitoch)s. La. 3March 21-15. IHarris Jasflf, Front Street, Natchitoches, La. -dca1 r in DRY GOO1)S, GROCERIES, IIARDIWERE, AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE. - $Special inducement offered to Cash Cus. touurul. Marc 5-i v. it. 3:. 3TmV 3 , -dealer in F'1'%1 SIuri F:T, Natchilocheq, La. L CASPAItI. M. I1ErTHICII. Caspari & Dietridch, (r:.eonte Bluilding) FRONT St., NATC'IIfTOCIIES, La. GRAND opening of a NEW M.\MM(OTH SPRING anld SI7IMME I STO(C'K, direct from the New O)rleanis and Faster ,mar. kets, consisting in'part of DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, HATS, I'OOTS, SH1OES, GROCERIFS, CROCKERY, I1I.RD WARE, &c, &c. LADIES AND ,ENTS' 1URNISIING GOODS. Iii tact, A faill liinof GOODS for thel country itade All of which they are selling at less than NSW ORLEANS PRICES FOR CASH. Call -nd Pamnine the larzest any most amn pletestock ever hrougtht to thin market, and sati'fv yourselvre as to their prices. G Highest price paid for (Coltton and coun try produce, in cash or merchandise. March 25--1y. JAB. T. I NElrG-, WATCHMAKER -AND i j JewTeler. 3 Shop on St. PENIS Street e 6 (Between 2d andl 3rd.) Watchels, Clocks, and Jewelry repaired at short notice, and in a workmanlike manner. Solicits a share of patronage and guar Santees satisfaction. Dec 4.-ly. HARRY PERCY PARISH SURVEYOR -AND Gneral Land Agent. W ILL attend to all survevsin Natchi atoches parish, also attend to the en tries of landl at Natchitoclhes, New Or leans and Washington, D. C, REFERS WITII PRRIISSION TO Hon. WiNm. M. Levy, Natchitoches, La. Jack & Pierson, Attorneys at Ilw. L. Dnpleir, Register of the Land Office. A. E. Lemnee, Receiver ofthe Laud Offtlice Hon. Judge C. Chaplin, C. L. Walmsley & Co., New Orleans. All business intrusted to me will be promptly attended to. Office: at the LAND OFFICE, NATCHITOCIIES, La. Theo,. Ialler, Coper, Tin and Sheet-iron worker. -DRAMLER IN- U Steves, Tinware and House Farnishing GOODS, s Washington St.,.........atchilothes, La e Sole agent for tfhe Unrivalled BUCK'S BRILLIANT Coolk.ing atorues. Gntters, Pipes, Metalic roofing and all kinds of repairing, done with dispatch. A liberal disconunt to country trade. March 15ly; Oscar Chopin; COTTON FACTOIR COMMISSION MERCHANT, No 65 CARONDELET ST., .Jy I -ly New Orleans. L. WA1 M LEY. 1:. M, W1 \ tIsLE C. L. WTALMSLEY & CO, COTTON FACTORS -AN!) GENERAL UCOtMISSION MERCNANTS. Perdido St., New Orleans, La. Mnlrchll 25-ly. PH(ENIX SALOON, Ft. Deniiis Stret, Natchitoches, La. WCiM mAtY E, Propriatif. CHOIlII: Wines, Liquors andl Cig~ars Icle drinks aid attý"utivtý bar ttndcrs H - '., r , IIIý" - DANIEL PRATT'S IPR V D "R'voIig IHad COTTON GIN PATENTED .11 LL 15, 1,73. PRIC'E REDl'(') TO $4 50 PER SAW. 1e Ta Od in THJS GIN has Mbeen in ne fi the past three seasons, and several rIeent i n prºve~mcnts have Leer ridded. It obvi btaces all friction at the ends of the cotton box, prevents the roll from braking, and gives a LARGER YIELD OF LINT from the ie anuonut of Seedl than any other Gin in use. T'lhe Revolving Heanl light e ns the draft and causes the Gin to run faster with less driving power, thus do ing a great deal more work within the Rime time, while econormizing steam or animal piower, than anty other Gin. The seed heing ginned very close, the length of the staple is increased, produIcing cot ton on this account of a greater umarket Svalue. This improved value, given by length of staple, with extra production of lint, addedl to ilncreased lamuount of woilk done, more than covers the cost of the Glu in every 101 bales ginned. Testimonials sent by mail on application. JOS. It. WOLFE & CO., S GENERAL AGENTlt, 59.......CARONDELET ST........59 - NEW ORLEANS, LA. r- C. L. WALMSLEY, Agent, August 1 NATCHITOClHES, LA. SHENRY GENIUS, SWorker in Tin, Copper and SIEET IRON. e Corner FRONT & TRUDEAU STS., NATCH[TOCHIES, LA. Also, constantly oil )Iand all kinds cif I BELATING AN'D COOKINGa STOVES of the maost improved patterns. : All m~y stores sold at eity price and I guaranteed to be as represented. Lib. t i eral advantages orffered to the trade. r Also, a fine stock rrf Tinware, Mectallic t Roo~fing·, &c. pp (mt~ admr Gutters and pipsro tl n ar fully repaired. r I HENRY GENIUS, Corner Frosbt sad Tlrrdeau tS.,~ i 1Fatchitoehes, La. March25 176.-1Y. Behind the Scenes. Z.tXI cI!ANiiIrmERs MASTERLY TIAxNEI: OF CONDUCTING TIHE C.AMI'.i1GX. S[CorrisptiolE'ii:c of tltI \Worll ]. Waslrington, Adi,. 18.-Some inci dents of the carn paigir may pr' e ofv I initerest to 1your readers. Atcordii g ly I send yoin the fruit. of try ohlrr-. r .atlons at tihe Capitol duriring the past I week. t (prising Jar I'ayes and WVhccldr. At thie Republican Iuhacndquatters all is confidence, and the riep , 'rim , dijifherent lparts of the U'nion speakis i the hearty determriunation of the peo ple everywhere to elect Hlayes and I Wheelet in Novembrer. A conrrespon- I Sdent writes from Jetf'iHson ('ity. Mo.. k that tihe Penitentiai y is soliid for tire I Ciuciunrati ticket. Mr. Fursechtratigler, one of thie miost promirinenrt )1eno i coats of Illinois, I;i siiritten a letter . stating that tlioiugh he hats voted file i Democratic tirket erark and often i forty years, he no t; se's the danger r of iitrtsting the ruins of 'o'ert a-('I r iu 1 to uIlnrelpeutitt relbts, tand wrill tiake' tI thie satir p for iIiayes ad VWheelert if c the Preside nt will pardon hint out. (Ile Is inder. senternce of thre re e ; sr it imprisonment for embezzling iGo- i cinereit feuds.) From M1iiorik Precinct, Siae tit' sIrh, Nev., a cotrrespr.'dent write,: r T'le ticket is iecti veil with great 1ritlruii i ismrr, arid IHaytes and Whwh4lr' will Ilikeat plrtiIie tire. L;st year tit swe 1rrtI~l rie lr~·st·rll ';: ~ l N'-~ a ii Democrats arrried it by G1 ili .h, t t this yea'r we shi1ll ihi' thre I-u ii;ne of a tried (.nd irnit'irr iit.i) ptublI;inn ti whose tetn i n hotr stan i g .- s, i in Octobes anti railre to pill at )tuth larger vote ." Tle lion. I Brim i Smith, of I ititrk Cnt'~tre, Mr'.. i ieouiiig IN )ii PoI, -hats Coie out for Hiades and Whenlur. W'hen Mr. lChandler read ti:is to rme Ire said : fr "Whait dio you think of that? n ithi, a of 1)Doiurk. htrs coue out for 4r.' t - !;t for Hives. I ara))i. ig l i;rring for is "r ' sal so. said I; 'nt. w o thearii letnis is rrithi "l),rn tinoa, said (.'handler; "lout t it's a lig tfiing. Besides, the Ger-t raris iii all cuiting out for LHtt e's Iesing wrote re frinl Ctiieng List t; wek that he wotl like to tofun out..' fi~i "Yes," I saidn, "he would like toP o oie ut-of jail ." ti "lHern l" stuid Chandler, with soe tit embarrassment, and changed the sub- fit jeet. They took a vote in tire BlacIk lMa Ria tlast week while it was goiinig up to the city prison. It stood fr f Hayes and I furh Tildein. Air AIrrirard JMstake. n A coiuple of days ago, as I was sit- cl ting in the Democratic Headitarters, wI the seer etary of the cormitrrtee, whIo sit wtas going thrroIugh the mail, suddenly said, "Hello ! What does this mean ? GO and handed tme the following letter iit to read dr( [Private.]J cit OFFrrE OF TIlE WEEKLY IIoW caL, Iiogtown, Md., Aug. 12, '76. ira Deart Sir: - Your ever-welcome Ilt i drate for 275 hIas been received, and Si the nortgage rhas been lifted on the fHowl, which will corre out next week no all 0. K. with a staring editorial on the political situation and the diuty fn of the Irour. Please see tirat I get, as per agreement, tirose advertisements i about tender-s for building ligut-ious- to es in Alaska arid carrrrying tire marl in . New Mexico. The circirlation of tihe ' fiord is large and steariil3- increasing, tie arid it is a goird ruedirim for erich ad- brv Verfisemreris. tic Yours, respectfully, Icic Jons S. TnlnrMER. "Whiat in thunder does this meant?" JitE said tire Secretary. "I never sent him a check, and I haven't anything to do with gettlug Government ad- roj ng vertising." rit At this moment a messenger enter- 'd ed wild with haste and said Mr. t CIhntrdler' sent me rp to sty if there t was a letter in our' mail from Dog- fra towo, Md., to seird it to hrtim nIopeni ''t ed. Theret's bern 'ra miistiake. Thle man's written two letters rind ulit Orri thremi in the wrong envtueloies. lIere's t yours." So saying re manned us tire tin following: OFFICE OP THE WEEKLY IloWr, prr Dogtown, Md, Aug. 12, 1876. tlic Dear Sir :-After mnatirre delihera ple tioni I see thiat it would be an excerii aot mert fraurghit witih ir ieil to take lire ti' control of tire Republic at tins tiune I from tire Reprrlnienr ii patrty arid hitiriu nli it over to tire rebel Deuioc-ricv. Ij inn therefore, d(eem it to be m 113' y tii r t devote tire i-forts of my prrper (which ul('5 is tire Prrliadrrnr of Libher-t' aund rh li '4 Archrmedeanri levir tflirt frll on-vs f ii'1ai w'orl-d, or, at l'rist, thiis rigid tfli' great - lIol ir portion of the ant .iniiing civiritst) In1i to seurve thie etectiorr of I lr es arl "' Whreeluer. Tire hrojeless disnrgi e- !thra lnnlit of Tildeir aird Helnrb- icks orn the ini enrnterev qruestioii shuiws rirw little there i5 to he exjwcted from tfie De- '"o Inocracy or) n asrubject so vitril as I are have alwar s considered tire mlotrey hat qjucstioIr to be. toe f Y'ourls resDpctfillls, Ite Johs S. T'.faErI. eiin P. S.-Nat withisttridirrg ourri ditier eic-c tif oprition, iftpiredC~ oin ty parit " by a strict adlhereirce to jrinciple, we lIar hlrnve iru nusiral facilities for doiig joh i5'e prlirt inig of all sorts, as tickets, plac- La irds anird t Ire li ikc. ntirt Tre Inrdepesnderrt Press. l It is sinrlgdrr wirot bronder viests fret and keener peteretlons of urn-n and deli things a nan will acqruire by a briet is I residetrce amung tire great men of has tire conniry ; how nifich justn-r hle- oit, come hirs appreciatirrns tind jrdg- and ments. For instance, about two he I moulths aton the correspondent of a an pnr per in Conrecticuit eame here and war wrote brick to his jirnrnrai thrit a satrir- be tralia of eotrnoption reigned sirpreme edtf at WVashtington, wlhrlo like gihlwring timr ghouls the forl hyenas of nepotism ilet and fraud stalked supreme trrough Pr'e avenIIeis oflrine. c Lat w.c- k - - Ciaridiler nollte hint withli a x! ' vl: clerkship, 3d31 I'tledilatelv he gush ed forth a letter sad ing that the Ad Iministration of C Viial (-irant, was Ithe luest and most ellicieut klnownt ci- si1ce' the days of Washington : that of never 1had the laws 1bell soi ji3st or so Ig- v igorously enforied. aIn that thie r- Adllilstilratioin of 1ir. llHaves 11wo il ast he a colitiolnatliol of that of Mr. (;rant n a31 the stroigest argumihut fur the election of ll; I l".. Since I)on Cameron nih1' li0lhed hi; 311l famous olsrii ther1' e hai l ;1' i ai13 CoI "I stalit scene' of excitem'nlit at the Wh'A.1 iks 1)e(artrm'nt. StilhhIlaml 'Ou not, I 1" believe, like doing the dirty work. u(1 lut lie can't help himself, becanse if ti- lie cuts up rough the first thiig I, 0'. knows fied Grant or Inh ock will be he pit in his place. It r'eininds-tall ,* K'ta Departmentl;'t do(10's-on a hn st ii( , of a restairant abloiitt I o'clock. "P with clerks and miiessei'geIs run t io lis n1 it 4 11 1 :ltd } illi : ilt, 1 floi n fur (le for o Okiechieebeo, Alt.," T '' "United 4tittis M.J:t 'ii it itln' smile ill lt. aitly for laiiuiug." 'Iurry lip the n I t,,t hgg for , ell,, tw if coil41atu3es to illiiw," and Soi (oIl. it 31 i'. Chandler received t(Ihis toni iiin whiff. I was with Iihii a 1t hgrani - I I ld Sai t( l i n more (3311 d t i igi t ei fº "('amp.tlgn note. !( caif I ; "u) thalt's the \t". Yortk Tinwtes." ill (iOh, no'" Ii ljI ntiileil Ihe `eeni'i(ll , 'let "1+11 teet 0l, " lilt tittcte (·,It' 'e.w 1 i' nili. n esle of ill del0 it ust: 1 n tt:-Al np.' c i llr ( , 01 "R n I;jn~ ' in h Party." o- (it.P dun1g 1'ost.] Itl TFil conws, like the so l of toi , llsi ii, il Irll It tii I iw . ll," I fIa a part i Its death thres. Such i I old IiII 1 i 111 In honest ps tvor if its leaders had not s. en the h11n11d ai tinlig i n the14 w;all, tc `thou h:1st b~eeni %'I ile :land found It IwanIItintg." It coiieis therClelfull' as the t'i derlier resorilt. as tihe last hope of ai stdin~asty which know: (tell that it Ira. 1pee 11 11 ul faithflt to its itrlst. The p~eoplle mnight he deludled by it hilt fir thlie fiart that experienci e hias tauglit I thetlai tliit this R'1epubli1n1 Admiinis Stration is laded down with unful filled promises ; that it never had any (ei t foth and( that its leaderIs h3ave ilva3riably ( Iought merely plersonal advantage1l' 1 for themselv esl a3nd their satellites., al I Wiays at I11 Cost of the ta x-pa j(1'e'i of t tilhe UnionI, and( that tllhrefulre thlie t- eleventh Ihoa'r promlise of ''reform Swithin the party" is not too late, obut 1 o simply ridicnlols. v An individual, with the help of 1i ? God, may reform, 1may leave off haill r habits, and from being a imiserttife, 1 (drllken loafer, becoime a reput1able ' citizen, but a corrupt political Iparty tI can not reforu. It is in the very si nature of tliinigs imlpossible. EvenI it' the lenders, such well worn political t.' C !hacks, as Morton, Cameron, Chandler, 11 Shieperd & Co., conlid reform -which tl t i no sane man bei)eves possihle-their tl numerous scholas, trained and drilled i Sin crookedl ways, and scrupnlously w free from any lqualms of conscience, if C0co4ld not chiaiige their Ilnture antid 1 s their lucrative I c'cl (lpations in timiec "I to begin 11n 1honest coIl'513 by MaIreh re " 4, 1877-only six months lihnce. It Cl C wiould he the acme of niriiie;ieoiablle- le ' ness to expect a mirailcle of tills kind; ; bat the leaders will not change 3 1a1'- -s ticle, nor will a single one1 of t1livir 0(1 hlenchmen. 'hlie conuse thellv 31re 1ow r, psuinlg exhibits not a truce of re.I t formation ; on the contr0(11ry, it shows Ii. t Iore plailnly the deep seated cor- tii ruption of the party. is Grant, Chandler, and the new Sec- tlh ret'tr'y, C31I1c1ron, III1ve becmte so reckless, thlnt they searcely attempt.t to conc*'3l the inachiner3' they hav11'e t · set in motion to carrv the electioni by 11h1 fraud and force. Does this l1o4k like at "'' fobrm withlii tihe pa rtni' Yef' , t e :31114 it is just such refotiirmi and such Ii t t o4ly' as thlie people might expect if to they should a1l~l1w this J131'13 tol 0(111 " tilneI longer in powr1'~i. II fIlct, those ill' 'et'y .V lelel's would not hesitate to so prI(v'Iinim, if they conl 1( sIrcIcI'41' iii it pll 4 inloirseld all th'iir clrrul pt ll' ac~ts. Thi npat ledrt a llpp'roIvil4l Iif' Ji inilt's high haInid'd 11 111 IIllIcInstitiitIIu l ilolhilgs ; iS 1 t11 l Ihs 1101114 1(4 "' of tin-ir t ne pllu'ISillsh lbii dei tI 1 1ie th IIor ithiin the 0411try I' Eiii thi 11 4 e11ri Ionn. eve argaentand verypromse 'ith leiq Ueicen lr-uliers io tye shw tlia niel hIll jiiiiii li f li e ici l-1g'lts ~err (itan th that theie ils nIo hioipe for111 the ol try ilnVC th'a5041 '0 joltni. h ~idl iuii I le othertiiind,i Ii~l' oh thre Denolic ioceract hole to do it j133t 1'iigllt i hei' 01 tilliae Ie I~ lg3( ati e f' ai' I Ill' ; I1101(3,111 1)elno~rint' 51't4'hilt'g 011 101(0181. O f It (hl'1Jhcttl'd The 1(15k it' ti('ll' I'i~llCttttl I liii oiPinnder poe, the jil't'5C1( )II il-(' 14t eau roto l t si o iiiicJI iemocrts hIllst. I newsC CcealSe~ 'o purt thalth; to caill to , parI'~'tY as compared'' w'ith the~l·ir'"l prol I liie; to teotgi tlie 111lat valii cIe aliih ic* SI) partys Ii) mecanly I li' rl'tul.l tiIC'3' art want cnwibin the lirtw h. dIt 0113 only . ll a bthee IhinIs are foln i the pl1in hiti t Demot nic lin enit (If I lie 3(11111iti' fu fromlr wh)ich thc·y hav~e dleilnberately H tirmbted The task of teDmcrat*i Ilt' b tiec Sis to enilighiten the p~eop'lelas to, whalt for on1, unrder thre presenrt gov\el~rnmenrt,, an~d to allow hlow imposs,~nible it must1 her for thle good I1nes of1 thet Rlepulbic an partyr to secenle thle reform·ll they an want "wUjfithi the~ parIty.\. It can~ onlly in be rearlizedt bya change ini thle politi- to eat mninAgembutt of' thle admoiniritra- qu tionr, by thle Demllocratic parIIty, by· the Co election of Samuel J. Tilden to fIlle Pr'esidcnoy al vh 3rave Charge-s Against Hayes. It I 1 Chicago Tim is. 't Gov. 1Ily(.s' fli itdih are responsi Is i}le tfr the precipitation of 'what ilay hf Ile called the sklnk svstcn of cani it paignin . 111nist not therefuol t "n iirnplaini if Ile, lik Iii . hetters, econies ini for sme befouling. The chief of !tl the Niewv York eh'tioms ring, : tool it itig' iicuirs, the fthlow-eonispirator iofi ie (,"L~benek, (rein(, in hi. New v ork pa Iiri a reckle., (hat izt- aigaiinsi the l-ip 1- 1a0a houe of cit . Tiilen. This l rIIIe, vi liici is N hb11v tht resullt of tr a forced construction- by lhiich every I uiine-jss umali in Chicago ºo ttil he ae (e'used in the sanIe-is rluuted i v the if very document from which it is vio e len tlv garuBled. ' t'he point is uttertly worthless, too 1 dlespicable for patlient dlstussion; btlli c 1s the organs of 11it% es ini5i$I oun pry ing rathlessl into all the privae ' of Spersonal c haractet, he Miust not be siirPlised that the guns amt spiked 'wili aniuntiitii on tfro his owin ntliga zine. IBy the showiiurg in his olwhn p haiind, G ov. Haves has been falsifyingi 0 tilie rii I;iid lett Itlilg anl tol ithmn o(t 1i lidf tijitisly hlehoW the vaiI llutllt -of his persinuil :ind taxable propj'rty. u The evidence is so plain lit) one iiCan aiiitVa it : it it is a mattter Clutol - ing 0 11u' iililjc, it shonid he dihciussed, if not. Ir. IIHei~s ii1 the fiioo to sayi , wit not. The prodctic: nt of this extraodin a io iiih ies v to discredited charge nif I tithlllehinig :4111)t from IUtnll i tanil n shli r he died in his blritilaie. il ta- .aivs is explicitly charg edl a ltli uit;iiiin g, and it is eiqniu lli ,li,1 tilmat it Bever iealh ieI its desti nation . i'hiue ihu go 1% 11l h ,vi faull re~nl tnn tic , tile holu h tilt- d.-raisit a e tlil idiot hl contfirio-il, if ii ha.l not i hlein for the cntrobiitiiuati evidence Of sharipi platiicte as it i stemi. Th'Ie bhunch once Ilmide in a m~an's character, the avenues I1 defi luieit find iread access. It Is st;ted with surpilisiiig detaiul mid coucluisive ye t by a correspondenit at ColImnbus t hat the recent odious execattiiu at Day tim, where a lad was iumiteliered in the etl:rt to hang hit , Was a Pice lof the oI hilt Ihear(tless political schemingt. It is clear that the ase Wias amply i de serving of exeeutive clemency, but Hiayes, on being aippealed to, itlade resiponse that it would "lItse votes." Now this is very shrewd and in keep ing with Hayes's sly way of mana ging men and things, but it is tun worthy the man who aspires to the Chief Magistracy of forty-the toil lions of Americans whoi love tiri play If the man hianged at Dayton last week ideserved executive clewency, amnl there is strong priesuilpti Vtlive i - deice, tiet tehe uatan who refused it is guilty of murder. These are sertious charges to ibe ihandied about otochirig the character lof a iant who has hitherto stood so wiell before frientds 1and enemies ase 1Ir. Hayes. Allowing mlluch for pait tisan malice and the heedless en Ithn isiasit of ca llmpaigners to thlrowt the burden of defense upion the ad Iersa iry, Ithere still remain thle tgly factf r tiihat Hayes' taxes are absurdly below t thle known fortune lhe ilnherited ; that the pension irecords show him as hay- v ing drawn the $400 for a dead soldier (t which, it is alleged the family of the ', soldier did not treceive ; finally, that p hie shirked tihe lity moost ienncumbent 1 111)0on an executive of ci)USaosilecO n is refusing to interpose tile mtuniciIpal C ciettlem-cy confert-ed upon his office c least be should lose a few votes. p These tiiings leave a 1111n iif pre1vioslit5I Ianhenlishled chllrurnter ill a paintully n co-(lrrnli sed nliptlli rgh t, Kaid it is sincere ly to) le iioied t hat the Governor mniy a see the itwisolm of ut 1once explitininig frankly the ittl fites in these allega- it tious oif his halitical advetsaries. It Ii is imtplossilule to conceal the fact that si tile Goiveroir's singuliar inItilacy si with Gtant ; his long letters about the McKee and Avery pardon, and tie at tiotes of conifidentce nt hong I1,anchl ra hav'e gravely impaired the confidence w at first felt in the personal purity and li sturdy direlctess (of Hayes's citarac- t tel'. It has ii irt him inrnneasutrably a to have it knownm1 on hsis liWn eonaes- a' sitart too1, thiat "Jim hilaine is may hi iileal of an Americani public alln," at snipjuppliem nted by thIe Rnisttt ;inct that ni it was to Blatinte Ris first confldeltjal nmmessago was sent and it was cit hlhiiiaie, hle expresseii the stronIgest pTrf(1lclli: i(at SiICiin iti hrliehe It lioiked like a i 111th ite blieatk up. All these straws 51: hllt ' f tmrelul id the ivaty tot the fatal t cireli h rnders iltromptiet andil 0il li-ls tise uli- dnil vital to I e-estais lih I la is is a bhtinmelss if not brilliant (I ca ihidi te. mi "As to thi-e will to select good men, that is it ortI tel uf h loch each Ia t' IoII st jilgu fir ll iititglht, 10eui ng01 t 11I the knioleuge- ii is of the char- te iii? te ii Gen. liavus anrd Gov. Tilulen," il-.jictit-elx.'---Timne*. WVe agree wvitb our cotttetnpor-amy. Onl~knowll-dge uf Go'. fla.1 a leuds its is regard hilm na a regat i vi surt itf p1-1510, whot woulid be Pr usiident in naeonly, while Z/Mcii Cuantdfeir timthl his host of ,dmlur- rmen, stronger tif tiillI, wottld cilltrll lim i. The cihal-act-r o ah Gut'. Tihlen is atlso w il knuiwn to us. tii ife is a man 'vio io-ads rathuur tian on fiullow los itarty, attd mnidthus its frol- .lo icy -athl-r th1111 stm$-r himself to tue imtu-r itmni lessc- tllt -en Eluct Ti Iden ! amid yofl ge-t a Presuidemt ithio will is fttrnisi itis jmarty withi iuii-ts. ElI-ct Cl Hayes atnid yiut get a ri-spetabmle dilti tion uuf Grant Iism. Iiiat is the Ilif ference in character betwoee tile two ' Wujhih is tihe greatest law-hureaker 1 artli dist'u lhor of the jieace--lu- lull, ini uppcisi iiun tum law, uses his suhuliurs tuu illt- fete witihi the pu-ojle in the G quiet anud otrdetfy exercise of their ca ecinstitutiumnah irights, or the man who ti wotu1l Iiisist snell ittet-fereuce when n Mkaifilted es. The True Position of the Color et Voter. Isi- 3tAl lihis :Appeal. t V The coloredt v otersi ini this sectioni InI of the State tlense 10 paI ty l)' na1,4 t rit e t of~yýº S("lline that~ at \asilville ill t' t ilfusi g to 111ke i tit tlltl foio F of ja overlor. Tl' y llre ;t; a lia tis'ieJ of1 While thi' arei i thu's con sutltilng as" tai ta- their be(st i11tcerests and~t dutis under , the cir nn i'st:n s the ;el a aie 14 11'tel his for the daisp sl i iatte or t 41 Ii . of ship wi pr'p10 m it this article. Iu tiy` appehling to their hood seIise ant u- jildgmentr1, till D)efuneratic tpally hx, lie llnitlliliV to gain, as its l ii ts' i (111.3 of- State 1ii neai fitly tstoI sand, ' l tll SI s eau nee hopet i to olercdi mi .o0 this tuoi f it. 1on the color lune, whiclh 4tu they at'opkted I'y votlfrg to dIi' flo .1 hiet titil whites, i mtn i ltd j IRely elt - IIof tion frinagº thi se ines hai'st(f thei e 14 4 lste lt Ivat c' w ith) i wli I t heir1I (.fn1 11 ftteret Ii) the Thd elths 9o the ficr m ell plovers. The l)e11ocratic party hils , fothlit to I ear fei r i tilhe c iol d itIiotA :1 ill Tem essee, as it has 111ifount:I tri h' I'anll 1 'ito their united oppsk ition. of It is ill the interest of !1ith races in that ae ask il. na goi i to) iitiusd , uwet S. that they are disaiishieoou witr I their an own leaets, aid ask theiseltve S hit they have ;tined by their 1ºer iistent wand with the whites, and o he IV iilience to the Itullaias i 9 Thlie Idtieb mnnd WhIig isaskinlg the colored pteo SIblea fIw hir oitions Which iMshtutlc h4 to ;I I) ): undletd to the blacks Ihiuu ltroulnt e- the S i4th.4111 i4 I lnly fngc l t co lored 1pe, as4 tlo their dlsu, iut asks w hat i') rofi t hi1s a Irauo i tio yl i ltl r If a uting I(sel'er together under the Iaculor iio 344411 cIdital~ll41 otr 111 is ridi 1.10th line ? !is it olln ywo friends a iongt than wiith whu o you Were hots )nar t ratsie t, anid w 'ith oWu are b oundt I tfilling o' un illit g, to live and die o 1 lias it 11ought to yaour a sisstane Sf filendsc fro tlalimtn strangerus to lfeOed I'e and nourish an mlwustain you t 1111 Sit saved yoIt from the plinderg of had 4 'i pctol It) iii") Joll t~al) f )of 1''~l~t o 1n's uii onder false coor tif t(ie'h iotalr Itoa scil tw anscnlccd ti re Ave you vr t lov b and charity' ? His it elevated o11 t lem oral or 0 t i mat ed, al condi.f 4t lion ? has it, i word, led lt o you into a the green fields promised by these strangers itho havnmeore down3 to Sseek and to grow fat? `IWhe re is this l tmle and fortyt anres promised to you r iateluhren etllleatoefti;~ atot te ptilic t iti he, f the benefioent blessings of the Freedmian's lnroan f 1)o you not Itworship God undisturbed under your Ic!own vine and fig tree f Have, you } aot your credittbl t ordeos, military tcompanies, your potlitical societies land citibs f Do you not discuss, wri itoh iout let or h indrlnces, all iesi-tis ofi t relitgion and polities r Do you not vote as you le please ? Do you tot hold yr n real and personal proper-, Sties wfihout annoyance ? Are yot -lot tlhlied and givend in iartlage otut rthdut quest Idr tt ! Are nt rou to 't children eadsucated atO the public ear pelnse, mostly from the pockets of e the whites ? o not tihoe laws res pettient 011n yoaur 9 h~t llbtiS~ft t~~~~ ll ti~dl~t' Einhttlrll ArSou iuilel~~ej in~h I Pet and protect your riglts of pirsotli antie, o rlpertt in whlatl does your Sstotus in tlhe Siorth yo u ?f or olor tio Ii tIC 0'i'iif ilt5.1)15her gt'lcttt ly i-n Swhite fellow-citizens I Then, wtt th i array yourself longetr under the colo t' e line f Icay not cheerfulil join ot, with the people on whole you de pendl for sustenance ? Are you ever to bie the t ools to be used by designi t i ng lien for their advantage andill to lyour detrimentn 1 Are Iit t i e14 ter t t oe oWehi tes pifId on the chessLoard by the will of those whoset rlfc is de b jinlden or t mony our(qll e subtmiss tothd r Iae, a'y outselos e s r iig o ist ndther wcites, jt sho long ivihl yell)t tole d the pie delat'edi ill tile fior tl r e:iofr of isnt\tt I· ·iictio has~l ben o~ing on,l the ttipe hacist of ttle libhientiy. (l li agltinstn c in , class ag~list ilt he terac ltod.lt race- colirn Iltc arie (' n rhe ltt lie o t.] 1l' hat 4) Ile raeii a fi h g111 itoer evil tcrtlts lof the wljnd on.e lins ut solely b, allIS I', iti Islltut n i' raol, ioarto ct'trsltlvtdes111j liginsl 1the swthijeitititi 1111 ltrlon ttillno are they til the fhole tl i lll p hia en l ta, t tlfh ttterc (If an itresp ofii thile tli.at ? S\Ifc Gove ist't~or hve tn fr ulthfuf ----- so~c-- If oIt is it tiont olr th c tLi 1tn10li tistlel y111 t b ',ti to t eitc, wii t l tl-illtO, iiiinstace he ha at alyid'eadV WI-tingM itolf'ter acceptih ng theoltin ationnd hbe.tion rainoter14 4tplortin tahe (-141y 1not Jrea'riln l the yoi rIt, and ftoen. elion of th milt Ta V o'a It cyit on t~itil the hoe Gruiition, 11hl the cotit -h mernce ofevr an ise ipiriiblt nowpt m1nt it)temn it thrat pion tol the gao *h etitotitit. rnr e oitvlysa gerso that e South goto New Eglandia, when they h'ai athelr frietds. rite It isttt-r the taitptin t the emnatili' - heas for rie)antiodr hl'it ulriks, null thatilt Stajite 'in gije a inajrirctn ot