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c rr TKOf. M9.. OCTOBKI 21. 1872. rem mtstnr.vr, ftOIIACE fJREKlEr, .Or NKW YOBC. JOP. VICE-PntSIDE.fT. tt. tiTt, brown, or Missouri. ' STATE TICKET. kor Governor . .SILAS WOODSON ot Llcul, Oovernor Secretary of Slain For Treasurer . for Auditor Attorny General . Reftsltcr of Land . CIIAS. P. JOHNSON EUGENE ,. WKlflEL HARVEY P. SALMON OEO. B.CLARK H. CLAY EWINO FRED. 60L0M0N tat jcdqm or srramir. coiar. HENRY M. VORIES. I WASHT'N ADAMS. E. 11. ETVINU. I t. A. SUSRvT OOD. FOR CnKGIIESJg. Thirteenth District . A, H. BtJCKNBR STATE HEXATE. Jilts enth District . VT. L. OATEW00D An iBdrptndcol Movemeiif. A few gentlemen met it the court houie in this plsce lait Saturday tt can Tali the prospect of in independent eoaot iiekat. Tt otapo ci of Ho poblicsns and a few Democrat! who are oppoaed to tbe ticket nominated at the primary eleetion. It did not eomiit of a number largo enough to act finally for tbe Republican party, and claimed to be only preliminary meeting, expecliog to consummate ibeir plans a( an early day; prebabty next Saturday. Only two can didates were brought out, Iter. J. B. Allen for Representative and G W. Mobr for Treasurer. Mr. E. G. Silton, who has for tome time been out as an independent emdidite for public admin istrator, baring filltd the office, for the past four years, to the satisfaction of everybody wo beliefs, will probably be placed on tbe ticket for that psiition ; and ws may not mii it rcry far when we say that G. W Co bert, Esq , will be their nominee for p-osecuting attorney further prophesy, than thii we are not able to The frieads of the movement certainly have no hope of success, but 1 are looking to a perpetuation of their organization, ceerinz into the future at iti i;m r..... r . : if . , immigration, when tbe railroad shall be finished and tho growing importance of the county shall invite them hither. We say tbst they have no hope for present success, because of the faet that the Re publican vole of the eounty does not exceed six or seven hundred, judging from past registrations aad elections. Add to tbis three bundrod disaffected Democrats and we have no idea that the number will reach lo one half this citi mate and they will poll, if every man casts bis ballot, about nine hundred votes. J The vote of the county is estimated at 1 three thousand, but the registration will' probably not exceed twenty eight hun-' dred, and there will doubtless be twenty-1 five hundred of thee that will vote This is the brightest picture that the most sanguine Republican could possibly paint, which would give a Democratio majoiity of eight hundred. But the Democrats will beat this all hollow, for we have here given the Inde pendont movement every possible vote ! that it will receive, and reduced tbe Dem ocratie rots to a much greater extebt than we have any idea will be thc case We think we can safely put lbe Demo- eratic majority in this eounty at one thouiand. It may be a few leu, but will more likely exeeed this. However, we would advise our friendi to work, for pithy may result io defeat, little as we expect it. Victories are often lest by a too secure reliance in numbers ; and then we want to poll as heavy majority as pos sible to help swell tbe atate majority for tbe Woodson ticket, to say nothing of Greeley, and wo think it would be tbe part of wisdom for every one of them to cait tbeir rote for htm too. Only two weeks more remain io whish to work, and onr labors should he unceasing. It li not to tho itrong alone that the victory if given, but to the ac.'ive, tbe brave, the vigilant. Tbon bo active, brave and rig i!s,nt, no matter how strong io numbers yon may believe yourselves. Wilkes' Spirit of the Timet re marks coneerning the Oetober election ; ""Money, unworthy influence!, and tbe eorrnpt use of officisl patronage, will finable tbo cbternneot to turn the stale jn olosely balanced district.; but there ill always remain enough of hooeit purpoie io the body of the country, if it be rightly stirred, to carry tbe day tn pite of any fraud. For this reviral wt vast now look 'to ibvDtimocraoy ; not to the Liberal Republicans alone, for they have dnno more than oonld bare neon ex pected of them. It will not do for sullen Dtvoerati to tij that Grille should t hr bees forced po (tea m esniiidate, for it ii clear that Mr. Greeley bat cut mm deeply iota t Republican ranks that could hart D tbtr candidate. Stamp Dunks Removed. On the lit of Oetober the itamp duties on all baiinaii papers and legal documents eavo bank check, expired. Contracts, af IJsvira, bills, receipt!, notes, enve- ance( polices, warrants, warranty deed, SKortgsget, powers of attorney, and all ucb document, will bi ftte front this perplexing icatriction. A Washington special of the 10th to the Times lays that the publication of the Ku-klux report and testimony it, i estimated will eoit the government $50, 000. Thousands of copies bare been used as waste paper, the repert baring failed to answer the intended purpose. Two cart loads of these documents were taken some daya ago. from the postoffice te aahop on D street, where they were put in bags, ao as to be shipped te tbe paper mill. Election op Masonic Officers. The following officers of the Grand Chap ter f. ec A. M., or juissoum, were sleeted at tbe meeting in St. Louis on the 11th : J. E Carter, Jefferson City, G. II. Priest; Xcoophon Rylsnd, Lexington, Deputy Grand High Priest1, Henry M. Khobus, St. Louis, Grand King; C. V. Lcarilt, Springfield, Grand Scribe; J. D. Dacsett. St. Loafs. Grand Treasurer: Geo. Prank Gouley, St. Leuis, Grand Secretary ; T. E. Sheppard. La Grange, Urand Chaplain; J. S. Browne, M. Joseph, Grand Captain of Host ; George T. King, St. Louis. Grand R. A. C. Mr. G. B. Boone (our citizens will better remember him aa Bmton Boone, a printer a devil, in tbis place in 1S55) is a rising young man. tie mado a apeecb at Montgemery City on th 10th lo a large and enthuiisstie Democratic meet ng. For nearly two boura he held tbu audience by bis eloquence aud powerful logic, it is said. It bat been several years since we have met our fmnd Boone, and we are glad to hear such good retorts coming to us ol his success. He ii said to be one of the most "caustic snd effec tive speakers in tho state." Tbe relurni of the recent rote in Indi ana come in with tantalizing slugcishness The Indiananolis Sentinel fires the gains in ninety-two counties, which foot up: tor Hendricks, 6,534 ; for Browu -J-; majority for Hendricks 020 total rote of the state is estimated U ilk ' 400,000. It is pretty evident that a large portion of this vote is fraudulent. Tnc full, honest vote of tbe state ought not to be over 350,000 .even that being more than double the vote east by the more pulous state of Missouri in 1870 Hendricks' majority of the lawful votes is not less than 15,000; and tbis will be Greeley's majority in November. Ex. There may be some truth in tbe above statement, bat if the state was carried by fraud on the 8th mst., may it not be carried by lbe same means on the 4th of 1 November? It is said that the fraudu- lent votes cast in Indiana were imported from Kentucky. Tbe Radicals havo little hope of carrying the latter state, and if tbe charge be true, tbey will hire this army of repeaters to do service again, and let Kentucky go, inasmuch as they would bo of no service at home. In con sideration of ibis fact, tbe Democrats of lodiaca should bo on tho alert, and every Democrat in the state ought to feel it obligatory upon himself to cast a vote for the Greeley elector! in November. I' "i" 'ike hard work to carry tbe state in favor of the Liberali. A New York telegram says that a circular has been received at the Demo crtie headquartorteri, addressed to the merchants of that city by tbe merchants of the South. It asks them, as they value tbe prosperity of tbe Southern states, to do what lies in tbeir power to defeat the ro eleetion of Prer idtnt Grant. They claim that four mere year, of carpit bag rule will fix npon them a commercial paralysis. In supporting Horace One ley, tboy lay tbey give every possible evidence of ibeir desire for reconciliation aod peace, .that four more years of Grant at the South msini probably a war of racu, certainly a re-enthronement of carpitbagging, and they oxproii tbe bepe that if tbe commercial men of the North value tbe revival of the induitry of tbe South, tbey will unite in taring its peo ple from imploding calamity. Tbese circulars have been sent from every por tion of tho South, especially tbe cotton states. Tbe St. Louie Democrat in one article indorse! the lie Henderson hit got to retailing in bis ipetehet that Ku lux out rages prevail in the state, and that tbier occurrence) i. prerenting immigration to Missouri. But in another article calcu lating the Artful Dodger' ebances of election, tbe Democrat claims tbat Ue; dersoo will have the benefit of immi gration whioh naa averaged 100,000 per year, during the last two vears I Tbu. in one place, te damage tbe Democracy, it ii asserted tbat tbiy bare patronized tie Ku-klnx, and prevented immigration; and in another, te obeer the drooping Radicala, that Hendsrivn'a chancel art good hecsoia of the extraordinary imwi- grattoa to tfie atate I Hucli bttaKilaK jjin it not creditable t in Dawoorit. Johnson t&nwty law ruitMl !tf- tw kwdrte foiorv. What Grantitus think or their JCOLORKD -Friends. A' llsdical darkey atlimnted lo instruct Ills while Eoliticnl frieadt in Vpw Ynrk haw to rote. The Tt to swallow their dictation as (o bow we are to cast our ballots. We havo a respect fer the colored people in their place, and that place la assuredly not as the equals, lutellectually, of tbe whites, They cannot turn their leading Strings into orstoricsl whips for ourtslree just yet, Hoyti, which they have bad to memseires, is aoeui in mo unarcumi con- dition of tbincs which their assumption of leadership woul l I mean ; end although ine oare loea 01 ton n aosuru, wo opjici to it even la homo opathic doiss." . . , : . ,. , It is understood, says tbe Republican Washington special of the 17th, that a like tbie, and hore is what It has tp h, C0Brj. u.ort. have to ,,, for , m9tne0t at.our n.w 0iCOr. f" J d S"''" , h U l ssy about it. Let the colored rotera recount a victory' for tbe Liberal ticket reDce, ,nd then something stranger still lyMuiThomn,.1 rw it, ,d see in vbt catiwation o stneaamoled a. (9 take ber out of. ihefl,,oW Mpo1 hj b jep,,d, rec.rd their rUhu pe cl 0f dil- tke, 'are held by tU part, that is trying of doubtful ...t.s and pnet o.il, 10 ' ,,, aod drawiug-orer them tli veil uf the iVsiJeut''. ,!,.. r. . jr are iibiu uj w j ) e, in t,arjce ,09 decision of at f ,h foreot,.n Bl,? Tnui i ... i.j ne re,'d,n's, c,,f0 of treiehert "Although larin given the negroea To ,lig number, it i-only necessary to duri ife' b t r,onderi navor 9 ,Gu.011 fulers arenot too read, their frllnm wn ar not nuite nreDired .AA (in m .l.m DrooUr anil Rrnwn.l " to SUBpCCt ft rCTOlt. TbflV wkn k... r.' portion of the tdministration committee they would now bo exulting over a bril there bad a conference with tho Presi- linf ''eloM. In Indiana, the Demo- Mfahrt atirl I I Kt tta I I An a Kama aahmeaii m dent in which Ibty asked him to issue a proclamation warning the rotcrs of the Southern states from creating any dis- turbance on election day. The com- mittee urged the importance of the abere scheme, but tbe Prudent informed them that it was inexpedient and unnecessary, The alleged gross Ku-klux outrages were then recited, but tbe Preiident atill re fused, knowing by the adrice of counsel . b . that it was outside of bis prerogative. The President, however, stated that if 'any trouble took place io the South', be would ask in his message to CongreJs .. . , . ... 111. that a seareb.ng investigation should be made. Tho committee have arranged to have even this bit of information pub- lished and sent broadcast over tbe North, but not allowing it to be sent South, . . , . f. . ,, . . hoping to keep the voters thero in iguo- ranee and to profit by the uroppiog eye- tern when ihey are defeated fairly. The tobacco crop of Missouri will be nearly double nhat it was the past year, t is estimated that the orop, if all secured, will reach fully 35,000 hogs- beads. , "m7' T Of the two presidential electors at large on the Grant ticket in New York, Thelitis said that one was formerly a slave IDU IUU UlUVI ff MB at VUI I1UJD 1U the slave trade. :.. . ..V'l xTln -18G8 n R-d- liaea k.aina If COt I IILIUIJ, JUUI1ZIU. Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Indiana, yet nine fctates voted for beymour. JTow. nsj democrats .na WD.rai. nave narnea Three out of five is doing well. At LaGrange, Mo..There are very ex-' tensive iron works iust erected. The steal and iron rolling mill is 2.'!8 feet by the pSddlinc mill 200 br J ,eeti 0Bd 70 feet. All the work is of the very ""J best character, and it 11 intended to man ufacture the very best class of rails. At l'rear's Hall, Watkins, N. Y., a few days since, Gen. George !. Mapec was called on to make a Greeley speech During the course of his remarks Gen. Magec said : "At Baltimore, when Greeley was nominated, I taw Brick Pomerov. He Sfltlarl isna ft ma atrljt atiari bh!i) ItA should support tbo candidate who paid the most for Pomeroy's Democrat, and should not support Greeley, because ... r ' . . . . This, lir:ek Pomcroy told mo himself, in Baltimore." , . . 1 Ona hv ana tha iralUnt aoldieri of tha war of 1812 are going to their long rest. Sir. John Welch one of our good old nitiTsn. riiari ut hi. raairinnpa in thia county on the 13th inst , aged about 88 yein. Saliiburg Press. According to tbe Springfield (Man) Republican, a itrong Grant man in B01 too defenda Jndge Hoar from tbe charge, of having given tbe President a valuable collection or books, in tbu oarious and, ,,. ' lati.faetory mmner : ' Nev er 've w From all parts of "Impo.sible, sir, impossible I Tbe "ie.coun!y "e comes tbat the atar Judge would as 1000 tbiak of presenting honest old Horace still shines with a eunuch with a harem as Grant with a und'"".d lustre. Th, result in Pen library I" .nsyjrania and Ohio only tervei to spur I up tbe laggards. Wo hare carried two "Dojsutbiok Jonah cried wbon he states out of five thus far, in October, was in tbe fiih'i belly ?" was tbe quntion snd one of them a doubtful one. Wbili put to an oily naman by a sleek quiriit. our combined majority in tboie two ii "Don't know," replied Jack, "but ihould muoh greater than theirs in tbe other think not, ss there was plenty of blnbber three. The Liberals of Ohio era san without bii'n." gnine of success in November, aad say - . . 1 tbeir reioot defeat will insure success In tbo West end of our city, a abort next month. There is nooauie for dis while a go, some little girli playing coursgemmt, we sre still ahead. Tbe "come to see," in order to act tbe lady chances for fraud, which carried Penniyl to perfection, as they thought, walked vanis, and nearly lost ui Indiana, will tbe grecian bend, and imitated tbe beauf- not be so great in November as in Ooto faot style of drois now in vogue. A ber ; and ws bavo tbe inside track yet. bright little tbrie year old sat apart from Let ui keep it. Montgomery Leader. tbe othiri buiily playing with a tin pan-1 , r" ' ihe inddenly cinght tbe pannier infeo, ' . rh? tori Scott Monitor publiibes a tion, and, primping up, placed tbe pan "in Jjt hundred and thirty Ropub- position," walked aerois the room, aod ,MD' of B"ln eounty, who now sup xcliisaod. "mamma, look at mv Dan. Port Greeley and Brown. Tho news will here!" Shelby Sentinel. t November. Paola (Kai.) Democrat. Apart from his politie.l creed and sur-, G. Jubal Early', the me.t influ.n -roundingi, Judge Wopdion 1. .1 respect- til Bourbon v, Jn Virginia, has able a gsntlsmsn as one needs to meet &wMy docl.rod er Gr.el.yt on tbe intalmr. knnnr.KIa anil nnriokt in 1 bunons aud aoci j - .. v . . --- r - - .a life, and a lawyer of V Ve rtge of candidates run snore than usual ... . . .no ormnary avsrsge 01 ooii run n llisir nalv aesiH Aii nHrnlnfllirin tn a S"! ! ?VEVJ,y f Gar. W. S. Roticrants is fer Greeley ' aad Brown. O'Coflor say he ij physically nnabli to decliot the Bottrbon nonvinatiea uore tkfla ftiif'e? firo times a week. i Address Of ;be iUlltial Democratic CBNiliet. To TDK I'COPLE OP THE UnITSD STATES -Th. October elections are over. Jn ptnoylvanis tbe distiniiuished chair man ot tbe Literal committee has elo q.Jflntly cbarac:erized tbe method by hich the mult of tbe election there was eeeomplished. We commend his state meat to the thoughtful attention of the country. In Ohio, despite most unprco dented gains for the Liberal Democratio ticket, the Grant managers bare carried ,h .Uoiinn hr a reduced nsloritv. har- jDg brought to tbe polls their entire reserve vole. Had our Democratio 1 friends io csrtain localities of that great commonweiun snown ine same earnesi- ,.,. 0Dd aod enabled us. like 'our enemies, to record our entire strength, mol io)pr,an iucc,a 00 lbe pn ,. ;,, tactics, most unscrupulously em- ploted by tbe Administration and its illicit snowing thus that a free pleople, r3"a '"irr.gnt.una aare 0Ilstr.ted ... lhe Mn n.ifh.r h. tmloh. nor bullied. The moral of these resolu ''os is, that rietory is still in plain view ,or our n"o newt, an uiat energy ., . Tf . ' muit be won. If we mean to preserve free institutions on tbis continent, we must assure it. 'J ho event in Pennsyl- vania on Tuesday laet, when considered ' '". " ho most appalling poliii- cal catastrophe that has ever taken p ace ; ,htg conry ghoBd h- P, through which this cataatropbo was brought about be condoned by tbe people ,D(1 listed on the other states, it eeuls ,he(dnl .of f"doni 1 in America. A sad contrast it is surely, that lhe city in which our republic was born, amid the anthems of a We people, should now be lhe first to toll tbe knell of its liberties. , It is for lbe free unbougbt people of sll lbe states to calmly review the fearful crime against suffrage in Pennsylvania, and to decide whether it shall ha re- peated within their own borders. For the nrst time, (be system of free govern mcut and the eanctity of lhe ballot are really on trial in (he United States. From this hour fnnr.r.l tr, nr,.ui,.. 0f the franchise in its integrity dwarf all other issues. Let our friends in each of tho states oatch inspiration from the corB'a nd in Ind.ana. aud from now till V nvsmtiat lot iViniii ..)nl. L. fi ari(j :.. r i:k ..V i ,ainted ballot box. for reform and an bcDest admilji9lration of (he pov.rmr,CDt. I (higned) AUGUSTUS SCHELL, Lhm n National Dem Com. mce TribuDe makM thc following com- "Tbe Democratio national committee cf,'..,,hesl,",!,on w,t.h h!Kh ,c.0UraR. ... ST.Ti ' ,D "minnie aaureii 01 Mr SntlBll ! fi i-ollt-inn V,. ii,. l... sharp and decisive campaign that re .. - . . ,H v .u..J.U V I J U tlJO BIIUI b mains. We may make it end in tuccess it we will. Jhe Democratic stale com mittee of Ohio frankly tolls the ciueo of uie lauure to maKo victory there com pleto. Tbe Liberal Rpublicaii8, it mys gavo them all tho votes they neednd, and more, but they had not themselves brought out their own vole. 1 ho state committee cf Pennsylvania might truth I""? mak ,a f,tmla 'explanation. Tbe ere '? 'emeni 01 Hartranlt majority ,recy '"coat-io to apathetic or discon- tarwiiri namnA..i. Sir- .1.1 '. . wero encatca lu'u"u 10 i'"iiarjelphia. We lost a u.iuiucr ui voies, lor wnicn we n&d reason to look to the nartv tn whinh Charles R. Buckalew has been so distin- jjo'sneu an ornament. We may trust it u uetier Work. DOW that it. lo.la,a nklw recognize the situation. Bo- iwceuuow ana November thero will be uiuu 01 me nardest political fighting ever teen in the country. The Liberal party la too well founded and too nnMv inspired to bo crushed by ao engagement which loses two statei and iicurei one. he csrried to Hiram about tbe 6th of ch , crili wod b6 - , ,d' onfortto the worst enemy of kie. stir. nj .u:. ' . Btole d tb,t . . ! a .. e-operotion w th too Mad csl party J. onUi.ot)., Son- x" n,artalieni maetisg the other "' ,of r tJ rtssrkod h tha vast infroase of amtttity. "Well," replied tke other, "you'lr luckier thae I, for I bat not buristl a 'livig aoejl' those threo weeks." - ,. ,. DeT eoal O US IV luriil a luiciaui I aw- IhiniT. ara tn l,n tnov od Kn.h .mi I Johi Be neiderson. What He Thoegntol Grant Two Years Af- fn this aorld of ours many itrange cease. Our W. ti.ll war, itself, in which two hsppy sections and a great and prcsper- ousu,.ion were inrolred, simpl te gratify thopr.do.nd ambition of loulles. leader,, waswonderful indeed, but it was far less wonderful than those wilful and wicked perversions of constitution.! right to which it gave birth. And fir less strange were even these than that marked and deplorable degeneracy 'that seems to have overthrown America driven eut that ipirit of pride and inde- penaence which once anliuated and enno- bled the people. General Grant himself is a .ubiect of special wonder. Ten years ago bo was ?' V"" B 01 ' " 01 ' quietly seated in a country rillaee, re-- liberal pror... pairing harness and driring a small ir.de 'mb lion cast llTj-.r bjCt f hi in leather, a trade supposed to be sufficient aS' SBd Vll ln . ,Y ' T?u MW.MW.1 for his mental capacities. He is now WJ ibm Ihroagh their President of what we fondlr oall a burden Now wi.r,heJ7ameeooTindif: encc. be essar. to fit iron n.ll.n f urn lis ed necks of weiry, worn and b peupio. HnU naw mllw sM.a.I hewasthen.nd a. incapable of under- - ...... uiviiihm buuDiiicicu, nun standing .he true character and meaning of our institutions. He carries with him intu the nmln.Blr.linn nl .,Kli IT.i.. . i- .r.:..;i::.v1 : u aseuiucu vuiuvujui iar statesman KB acquirements, and bestows hi. official farors upon 'that apecie. or medocrity which might well result from kindred mental status and conuenial mental habits. Elated by his sudden elevation, be has hastened to ascribe his undeserved . . ' . political success to merit instead of acci dent, and encouraged .00 much by ,l,o past, his untamed ambition now presses on to a second election through minrep-H reseniauon,, mrougn abuse or official power and deprivation of tbe rights of freemen. It was once the pride and bo st of our Government, that honesty and capacity I were sufficient qualifications fur office. ' The incumbent now must be tbe lackey nnA l.. r .u. t -j . ' antl kluve of the President. In the earlier and purer diva of tha republic a man to be worthy of office had nnl nnlo tn l-nn nn i .1 not only to know and guard his own rights, but with equal zeal maintain the rights and liberties of his fellow men Ii i. nprtirv nn i i- lr . ' it is necessary now that he himself have no rights that conflict with thc interests or ambition of the appointing power and that a commnnil to pnltl,i. ...', u.. J?!,? 1 A X his brother must be obeyed in the name of parly, This is too bad for even this degenerate a 0 ... Wc will not discuss the propriety or lmnrnnrii.lv nf i.r.nm.:.i.. 1...: mpropne y of disrranchiscmen during the period of civil war. Let tho dead past bury its dead Knougll that it was nn.) i'. j . 11 .1 military rigor until .tic nui uiiibvu too inucn mat It was continued for moro than five years ninr-p nnil .... af.,i :,i. .1 e; L j ZZ. T " (.viniDiviivj lui IIIO LltSVSb purposes, in the face of repeated party pledges and to the shame and confusion f M. l..Ji,. . , . .. Ol party loaders who pretend to decency and honesty. The very last pretext by the basest charlatan or political knave fnr itha nr. .. i :n .. . 1 . e .u- j- r i lor Ihe continuance of this, disgraceful tyranny is now removed. The negro is not only free he is enfranchised, and nobody asks to disturb thc text of the federal constitution on that subject. It is a lait accompli, and the Dernocraev. i ' in eood faith. Tha fPtirnienl-iivn. r tj.j- i ine representatives or the RadlCtl party assembled in tbe Legislature last winter, themselves disgusted at the enor- mities practiced by p,u, tyrant, all ,r the state under this monstrosity of a con - stitution, begotteo in the convulsions of civil war, proposed amendments, which Deing saepted, will remove th s od ous ODnression nnri uppresaioa, ana cive neace. barmonv. order and treedo m to all tbe peopla of lue siaio, a M. .l , i r - JXOW that tbe Uemocracy of tbe State have resolred to acecpt tbe platferm of tbeir political fo.s, snd .i,nl, tabmi to tbs eleetion of a ticket placed on this platform of their own tasking, General Grant sees fit to stoop from a position too iS:dforr hhgt: to,of ,m such conduct, and characterize the move- moat as one "intended to carry a portion of tha Republican party over to the De- , , r'yj u"r lo mooraoy and thus give Ibem control." ,1 nen followed hll command to tbe office holders ; "I hope you will see your way clear -to lUDOort tha ra0.,l, st.l,- " ciear io lupport the regular ticket." The rerular ticket ii tbe tioket of eternal disfranchisement, and General Grant has oonnectid himself for all time to oomo with it. burning infamy. He cannot dignify it with the title Jf "regular," nor can be out di.bonor on the csuis of truth snd justice by reference to the fset that rV.mdojcur.S' rreii?i:up"'eib point to Tennessee, where tho land of Jsokion wss rsicued by Senior and his p1,:;i:;ano7n0ThitlcurD.ed llC'r party, well nigh ruined tho state snd brought reproach upon tbs very name Ot uepuDlicao cevernment Nn. ... enough to point to Walker's triumph in Virginia, whuh merely drove from tha aaorcd tomb, of Wartfogtoo, Jeffer.o., Madiion and Marsball a hoit of dis bonis p.rp... wno poiutea tn Mt) -eon lth tbsy havo rtotiti In grime. It is kigk time tbst the a.tnwiities of the nut l should bo forgotten, and that Bsttiee should be flrg.niud for the pro motion of ptlocplt. A p.ttv wUfaot ptneipt i a setuditg krW BBd wkt,. great nation; trading and trafficking in -h.n ih. l f . r ,0 eolnPlfitt tbo dearest interest, of mankind. Ten ? i P'T,d ch?he' " years ago he fitted leather collars to tho n 5 $'!,Me" L-.i.. ..p j ... 1 utant is not the mm to talk of troaek iitviTBvn 11a aiiry an 1 innon n n n v r overpowerea ana overru ed in the r viewa "uw Huigi", r r.ri:.:.i . . by the Clerk of tho Probate Court of Lincoln Of political economy in this behalf, have county, Mo., on the 10th day of July, 1872. accepted tbe situation and will abide it Persons having claims as-nlnst said e.tate are aver party supports the-sight. sk.i.l elf Us sustained bv th V'0'4 other should be encooraieil L V wo hone I. r.nl.l "g..T Th ambitious demagocue, be h.u T-? ' ..!.! .r. r . . ,M man r.ii.J r...kn 0.1 "--'' bVdVa the a . 0 h7pu" !' jjut thor .1... 11.- 1 P L l0n ,re ,0 d bhe S V,hMV W if rntrihotf: ild Mt pr1 fi" Ju.UiM , "J"' l?? d D0' "f 1805 Piw.iS n'1 ?,M r,Porl l. ..hlJl',01 John" Vv" ti.l "j .... , UIDU ,Q l0ll. BI,,! in 1RR7 ...1 Und. Tf his ... , y1 ar...L nr ' u ruuu,.B nP."l of bt,rj breath. J. '5".?0iM0,?d.,.fca '!d 'Vr""T 7.' lu? usul" VL ,M JI?' ,p"k. ,.hu,'1 but h ",c "u mdb his owe d,.!??- .Th.?0P, V li.r.ed of 'PhB0i' I ureu 100 01 aimontei, selbsb and corrupt I I. ... ' TV' W. ''. - bZ. BS, k T " e ' rr m5 J! ' W.n'n eXe,3 m0Ml UpPOrt WIS gone. U not succeed. Dofcction was ram- ., on,.. 1...1.1 ..j 1 c . r 1 n,?",?:". d "J. ,f".DR.S Iff th. r S .D A m f p" g' "d. " .. . ""u ",,u 1 w. ...V VGHJUbli;T President Grant will soon find that L" f".a "Wa"?. ,,m. .aVd. ,he ?ercP. hi fortune " " Tho average elalary of eighteen Hap- tist preacher 111 North Carolina is a trifle ovor one huudrcd and twenty five dollars a year. Triinle'w Sale. WU.FLl?S !cr7 Ul1,,i,ck,"n? M,W ,"'- tick bis wile, by their deeJ o truii, dateO. the 2(Sth dav of K'0 .tw. ists. nr in book F on paco 202 of the records of Lincoln ?ountJ Mlssuon, conveyed to (leorgc W. Ow- inS9 ,he real es'nte hereinafter described in trust to secure tho payment of a promisorv t'efcribed in said deed; and whereas said D"' ' l'art llue l""3 unl"IJ n'l "be'eas thu id (icorire W. Owing has in writing lefuicd tu ncce,,t ,aid trust, nnd whereas I, Ficdlrick Wing, Sheriff of said county of Lincoln, by tho terms I'rescriutJ ,n '"I'1 leed of trust have become tbo ,rntce i I'tnco of the said (icorjre W. Oniogs, Now, therefore, at the request of the legal buller of nld note, and by virtue and authority and l"'wi'r ",icl "'cdl contained, notice is hereby given that on t S-.ftirilnv Nnn.mlifi. Iff tfiTO , T , . , ' V"' . r nt the hoar of one o clock, p. ra., of that day, I will sell for ch at public vendue to the highest bidder nt the court house door in lhe liwu of Troy, Lincoln county, .Missouri, the following described real estate, situate in Lincoln county. Missouri, ..r so much thereof as will satisfy , aid note and the cost of executing this truit, to wit: ' rt u ,ne rthwcst quarter of the northoiut qunrtcr of sction 12, townshln 49. ranee 3 west. quarter of the northern ownshin 49, run go 3 west, beast corner und running .outheas, corner and running with tho line o. said tract to lhe north hank nt' i-'uivre, running tbenco with the top o. said J,"k to where the line on the west crosses said Culvre, thence soutn with said line to Ihe south- west corner, thence cast wlih said line to tbe beginning, containing 80 aeres, more or lesii j "',0 ,h0l!"u,ni,nt,lua"le''of the northeast quar- ,er ' ectln 12, township 49 range A west, 4i RCres. KUKDEUICK WINQ, Sheriff of Lincoln connty, Mo., and Trustee. AilillilliHtrntor'tt Notice, (VIOTICR is hereby given that letters of ad- 1 1 ministration were granted to tbo under .tn..j .n .h. ... .r it . i.i required to exhibit them to tbe admlnis rator ""hiD one year from the date of said letters, or they may bo precluded from any benefit of laid estate; and if not exblbt'cl within two years from ,he da!e of "id l'ters, tbey will be forever "ed. LJul3i DAVID T. WADDY. .dmT 1 Atlmillisf raf or'H Hot ICC MOTICE is hereby given that letters of admin- Istratijn were granted to the undersigned ru """' nni oeeeased, by ,he CJ."k of ,he I'ate Court of Lincoln mnniv. Mn nk. n.i. r e..i. i. All persons baviag claims against nld'eatate- .1. iciimiiu m eiuiDK mem io me aaminisirator r allowance within one year from the daleof said letters, or they may be precluded from any Denentof 'all estate, and If not exhibited within K',', brnee d,u of "w l,tU" sepia ANDREW B. FOLEY, Adm'r. ; ; . Eseciltor's Notice. ,n wa msaysr W the cierk of the Probat. Court ot Linooio 0Un'y.,Mo., on tha estate of Mary F. Vertrees, decAe"e'1' Bn thle 2?th a?7 Sent., 1872. All per ons having claims aealnst said eitata are retired to exhibit th fofanow.ao. X K"01"" within one year from the data ot ItL j!"?' ,0 ,b.e7 ?? PrMlded f'" any kenflt f "'d estate, and If not exhibited wlthlb two years from the data of said letters, they will be fo'ver tarred. , ' 7 002 BENEDICT CRUMP, Ex'r. unn aa ams M-nl . MRS, MARY SEDLACEK'S nvulx Millinery Establishment AND NOTION & GROCERY STORE. rsrjeTJLaVr ma. ap groceries and provision md tvery9 the grocery et'ne, suck as 8u(?wr Coffee Tea Candy Canned VrsrlU Raisins Currants rtckfos Oyalets Sardlnss Cheese Crackers Macisrei Butter "fg Flouj Meal r- Qo te Mrs. Sedlaeek's. Persons indebted to me T oaraesth; ra qststed to call and settle list year's accounts. Mm. to. gEDLACBV. Veh'jr I, I8TS.