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II- ID.. .HATHAWAY,
''EDITOR AND PRCPRIETOft-
XfOSc 'rnr la. itrcet ac LeTef, (ecoiid
Terms: : . &2.50 pr annum. '
liales of Advertising.
0 (if't or tea no) out tDJeri-n,
ul ucot luKerliuB - "
r n fe-l nl :vr,ij not exccsdlc? Ix U
O jf-i'jartr cotmna or le, per noni -
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OH twol r montki
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Omu'jsi raont'uit - - .
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art naiiae, anil i a a .tIe that wl.l
ATTOHNEY AT I,V,
PLVITSMODTH - - KEIIRASKA.
T. 31 MARtlUETT
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Sclicitor io Ckancery.
wavrrs mouth, m:braska
riX. LIVINOSTON, M. T.
physician and Surgeon,
?auJti.- I 1. j rx.'-.vii T.al rv to the citii'U of
tfr'R ui -jr.oe tiu.h-it aarner ofOa'i m l .Vitb
-ln. i.;uof en 4io a:ract, f-ppositJ Couit flouae,
I'litittaoTilli, KeVr-aa. ' ' '
Platte Valley House
Er.. II. Mlehit, rroprictor.
tnr of .Main nnJ Fourth Streets,
Ik'.tHj' t.sTiti baen re tti-.l anj newly fur
i. .k l i.fi-rt li'at n acounuii.ditiOui. lioard ly
ui ily at itrK. .
a. MllWtU. " M- CHAPMAN
ATTORN HYS A T LAW,
Solicitors in Chancery.
Pt ATTSX JCTU. - - - XEBRA8KA.
nBtt fct Plitk, BilWf Ca'a Dreg ttore.
CLAUKE, & ERWIIT,
AT I C7 ! ,K VS AT W,
And Solicitors in Chancery,
MAiy sT.,orj'osr& the covrt-uovu
PLATTSMOUTII, NEB. . .
tHUJi J. CliSSK. MFOf.TPMTI,
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ttr- 11 SAL US TATS AOXlX.'Z
WATCY5IAKE3 and JEWELEB,
PLATTSMOUTII, - - NEBRASKA
A a-iortmrtit ol Watch Cio a-. "1J IVa
J.wnry h!Ur Ware, Fane l-OJ't I .l t,6 ai a 1-
,la Tioitni alvrt on hand. A3fotk com
a, 1114.1 to Ui cm e t;l be vrarraated.
O U ni'H. CAtH-'Pl' ! CROXTOK,
X rfi'f 'i AJctirt. Aaornep ut 1mu
I3H, CALHOUIi' & CROXTON.
The ab:re in.m'.l eeutl-men have associated
a!7i-.!ts tn business fjr thepn.poreof .roe.-ot-1.4
aadcllectins all claim afloat the Oanerl
ti'.f;-alr.,or ln any tribe of Indiaua a:.d
are ,.rPre.l l .ro-cute eurh claim, either l-lo:e
ultreis.or a-ir of the IVpirtiUe :ta of l.overument
t,r wfore the Court of Cl.iiu. ..
11a. Iai-H will deote bta pergonal attention to
l.a b'Hi'i'?"' t Washington. .... j
-O.C- at5iVnk Cfty.torner f Main and
rmu atraela. . . , .
National Claim Agency.'.
WASHINGTON- D- C
F. M. DORRINGTON.
TTSMOUTII, - - NEBRASKA,
-apar l ti prent and proaeruia claims btf'.r
ti . ;rci, Court of CUnni and the lPcpa-tUieiiX. I'a-
w'r Per!mi, Hoaute, and Bounty La:n!a a--rc1
tWChreii3derale,ud in lr Ji.ort.on te
in, mm wt of the claim. V. M. DORiH.NCiTOV. ;
April 10, 64 ' '
Gral Lift, Accident, l ire, lilanJ uni
Will tak- f ik'1 at re..jia'le rat-alo the mot re'iabl
rai'M lu the I'l.iU'd Lat a
iVoSirt at t'.:e ho.k -tore.ria tn-tnth, Nebrai
itiilliiicry & Ircsiiial-.is,
mi Mi- a i'-jpai." Ma. u- r. KcMtatr
Opposite the (Jity Bakery.
it? n r.juld rtujjt.'ulty muiiounce to the LaiUea
! P'.attououth au.l vl.riiiity, that we h-tfejiist
r-cirtd m large and wall cl-oied a'ockof Winter
. N.ejnsiannf of .'lonrer!", K:l:bon, velvtts, Ii ck
triinmjr, e., Ac. We will sell the chexpr.m prHril
ere.-aold in tbiici'y. We can mecomruoda'e ali our
old eutoui.-r ao.l many new ones a wl i 'aror lis
wiiharal'. All kia la ofwork In our lino done to
ardr. Perfect at)(cticc given or no .b-rgaa ,
ii. s. -ii-.vrixs, .
ATTORNEY AT LAW
General Land Agent,
trill pactice la any of the Court of the Ptato, and
wi:i buy mnd -'11 K-al . 0:1 cuuimiauon, pay
T.xes. cximiu." ll:!c, AC.
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HEED, EEAHDSLEY & CO,
Real Estate Agent3 ,
; . irrrr.y vtatkr, sf.srsska. 'c
I. n l' hiiich'.'maB-Ql ajd PoM Vr!ji1.V T im
l.v t.an 1 fjr "i-.e. I... prAi Ur S -rel lecw
....K t.i rjtnrt.'. mft"rt"J tn. ... I
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nWELUAGS'nt all iricc.
Ac? peraona wUbiaK t pRrchac Fn'ria-proper(T ot
KcaidvDrei la tawa will fluUthmi for rale at al
brieca. . lij : , . ; ' ; . . : 1 ' .
. mrT. " Kml EotAtw Abivt. :
. Q R. McCALLUM, .
M.T.uuf .cturer of anil l"lr ia
Saddles and II a r n c s,
)f ercry J'-crti lion, wboleale ao'l retail. No. 130X
Ialntr-tt, bettrc?n Sib end Olb atrcan, NrbraMka-
tr. . , . . J"1
JAMES O'N'riL Is my authorizel Aitect for Ui
rcll'rfinn if all arcounta do thn ctideraintd fur
ui tlit'al services-; 1. rcoript will te valid far the
payi.n"-nt of any pnoniea f ti nalJ arcior.ti. .
Af.'i.-t . K. K. LlVlMJSrOX.M.D.
BOARD AtVD LCDGIWG, :
By Q. V. COIiVIN, 1
OAK STREKT,' - - - PI ATTSMOCTtl
Two Llocka northwest of Bdrk tliO0l-ll&u-.'
Prirata rontn lurnlwil If detlrtd. EiUiflr day
boaid or with lodglfga at leaitjiifctle i.tti.
jan4ttf. ' '
ONE DO OT! WEST OF NEW BAKERY,
' : Plattsmout'i. Nebraska. "
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II. (i. WorlliiiiJon ;
Attorney and Counselor
Offlc? lii K.i'bi'-li' Blork.corm r of Donglaaand I5tb
a'.rem, OuiaUa.Nebrafka. ux!4
0303LO.JaO.St - PTpT3.
!f i . . J. C If JOS T, Proprietor.
,' WOOIiWOItTII Sc. CO.,
S A JjVT JOSEPH, .MO.,
l' LA TTSMUUTI, XluBRA SLA.
A if-i-xl Bfunrt-ni at of tnir!..nv ard imeuiiie Qua
ir.r kept on Uu.d
Jj-OtT.ca at tad-lmaco'a
liec. 4 0 )
Machines repah ed on short no.ice
Plattsmouth EU3HI s-
C. HEISKL, Proprietor, ; .
. IliTe rercDt'y b'eo repaired and p'ad inlbor
oimli runainjj orjer. Custom work dji.e on short
100,000 tlnslicls of Wheat
raued imnediatelr, for whli:hlthe .bifbet irarke
rrire wi.l paid. auuVH tf
Feed, Sale and Livery
Main St., - '. - rtATTSMOV? th.
I "mm pre paj tI to c; iiinr.oJit tba pnl.Hc w't-
Horses, Carriages and Buggies,
Al-o, a i.ic.e Hearse,, .
On slit-it uotice and reoob:e ttrn'S. A Hack will
run to p-teaDiboat landlr.p, and to all pai t or the
eitv wl.-n deaited. ;
,:9 J. W. SHAXSOX.
Weeping Water Mills.
Farmer?, go where you can gel the
best Flour and the most of it. , . , v
65 n3 0fX XX FLO m end 12 lit " LRJS
given in cbang. fjr gr-cd Wb.at. ' 1
VTe a'e alio doioK giUl work; ai.d. will our l.n
crraa4 farilitlaa, ffs. a.snred that we ran gnetho
btsl tl.- i Jjt Uiur ot any in the Slte. '
PRODI CE BOVC.llT AXD SOLQl
HIGHEST MA KK.KT THICK PAID. '
KEED f CLINTON. ;
W-rch 0tb, 16$. .. ...
Vni. Stadtlitiaiin Ac Co , .
One door west of Donrlans Drug-store
Dealers In ' '
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS,
IfATS. f.irS. BOOTS. SH0ES
and a goneral i'.k of
OUTFITTING GOODS '
for the Plains; also, a laipe lot of .;
R UBDER CL O Till JVC. It E VOL V
ERS Jl.YD .YOTIOJVS.
Ve tmnght low and wil! aell cheap for cash. Cal.
and exniiuacar atock before jou buy any where elscl
jyl 'Cti ff.8lilli;LMiSS CO.
W. D. GAGE.
W. R. DAVIS. '
Main Street, iico doors above Fourth,
! bera the public may find ' '
THE BEST 0FG0'QD5fB
nd pric.a mi low as eanb f.ucd in the city.
Wq return fhanks f.r' t! lilwrd patronap w
hiiTc ro-uived, -i.'i hoi to u:'rit Us e ii!t!i.uau.
O': SC. 'ST ' i AOE'fc OAVIH. "
.Mr. Vaiy goes, as 'a jltlcgale to .Vet.
' York Ue'givtS an Account if some
of the,Difjicvllics that Beset him on
; Ac. Way, arid in the Great City.
Niw York, (at a cheep loardin
' fuu-e.) July ihe 4th, 15GS.
' ! Ef I hed kuowd i-t wat I hed lo
go ihrob wTth, I i.evcr wood fiiggered
for ihe posi-hen I now oUkupy. lied
I knowJ the trouLles wit h was to beset
trie, the Corners i.-iight- hev gene on-
rr pre-enied. ar.d the Deniocriy mite
hev nominated a candidate without my
help. I am at a chtep boardia hou.e,
with ii salutruily tiio.ated ort an niley.
ilie landlady tein one of ihe an.hent
Kings of Ireiar.d, with - her ..name is
O'Shaughnessy 1 coodent get rjems
at the Aitor, nor tha Si. Nicholas, ez
I coodent get a cltik to looU at me for
au hour, nii-i when I did .uceefjd iu
riviting ihe attentijn u one, he hVw
into a pa. hen and ordered me to move
on, wi'.h the '. onfee'in remark that h-
hed no room' for. sich! And that in?ul.
in ite he added to ir.jocry, the ohfeelin
woman who pr?idt over themanshen
I inhal it, peremtoriiy refoozed to re
.eeve me t u'il I rai in advance. 1
tried .everal place?, but (2 I hadent
no.laggage, the prevailin c-pinyun
seemtd to he, that advance .payment
wood be belter, anJ I wuz forst to re
turn o her.
My adveiuhers on the rute were
nccmerous, if not pleasant.
At some pin in Iognny, wher we
clianged cars, I found the train we hed
to take full uv delegates. In lookin
around for a sect, I di-kivered but one
tliat 1 adent two in it. and that one hed
iu it u disgu.tin nigger, who hed the
impjoder.ee to be well .drest. and hed
a carpet tack beside him. My D-mo.
cratic blood riz lo wunt. Feeliu that
in a car filled ; w ith D.niekra'.ic dele
gate?, anything I bhood do lo a nigger
wood be -ufe, I stawkt proudly up to
him, h.i'.dm my ro.e. j
, "Good Lord f std I, ' wat a sin.U "
"Good Lurd !" ckufd ihe delegates
ivirh hf.d got id at that stashen, .'.'wai
a terrible -niell.'
"My gentle Afrikin frend,'sed I,
stczin him by the coiiar, ' I igrt the
necei-ity uv tayir. disagreeable things,
and ttill more of doin e:n. but ihe fact
is yoor impoodence in geitin into a car
uv while gentlemen with ihe di.gustin
odor inseparable from, and part of the.
Africac race, lsiuiiitr too muuu auo
more e.pecially do I wonder at yoor
kecpin yoor teet, while I and these
other white gentlemen are stand in. "
"Out with the nirger !" yelled the
lately arrived dtlrgale?, "huAtle thi
stinkin cuss !'
"Mrcifcl heavens what a smell !"'
sung out others . of ihcm,."hi-t him !'
hit him !"
, Seen myself thus backed aud feelin
that a little zeal wood be safe, e nig'
gers can't vote, I knockt his hat out of
the winder and foil-red up that demo
strashen with, a serious nttempt to l fi
him cut uv his seet. I wood hev sue
ceeded, but the nigger ic-i-istcd. and.
resided . vigorously, tp wit: he ktiuiki
three uv my front teeth down my throtej
pulled out wat little ibere wuz left uv
the hare that hngs in. .canty festoons
abo it myvenef able templec.blakt both
rny eye,. ; I was lying: on my back in
the pa. sage somewhat' psioDiaht, the
t-igger a siandin over ine.with bis boot
heel raised over my face, when some
gentlemen came in from another car
restrained him. ,
"Mr. .'illianKV said they, let.'im
up. .lies poor wbite tra.h. arid not
wonh uailin yoor indignashen unto.
Li t 'ira up, Mr. William?, let 'im up."
, "SirsJ' sed I, ri.iu to my feet, trrin-
ulous with rage, 'is this the treetment
I am to expect ull the way , to Noo
York ? Am I to be pounded .to jelly
by a nigger a stinking nigger, tirs,
whose ordor even now makes the car
ontenelle to genJemeu uv refilled sen
sibilities -and to hear the nigger ad-
drest ez 'Mister' after that, in. ted of
bein tored to pieces by the infuriated
spectators!, Oh shame, -where , is thy
,'('Yoo miserable . cuss,' sed one uv
these gentlemen, "apologise, lo wunst
to this gentleman for yjor iosultiti rocd
ni?. or we'll chuck yoo out uv the cars.
Apologise, 6ir, to Mr. Josef. Williams,
Delegate at Large frov the State uv
Tennessee I V . . - . .
1 almost fainted. This nigger, then
was a delegate ! He vyas a regler del
egate, armed and equipped wiih regler
creden.heli io a Democratic Nashnel
Convenshen, and 1 hev been guilty in
my zeel uv assauhmg uv him!. Gladly
I apologyzed, and further, I humbly
begged permission to u't be.ide hiui.
wich he accordiJ with a graciousui.3 1
never saw ekalled. . .
It was astor,ishin the change that
kreptcver Injeany . delegates. They
crowded around us end shook him by
the hand tbay don t smell, any ordor
at all any more. .-They addresl him ex
"Mister," and several uv 'em interdo
cin him to ther freds who got on at va
rious stashens.ycosed the prefix "Hon
orable.'' , Its wouderful wat.a clifl.r
ence it makes with a nigger to hev a
vote, and alio .how he votes! Hed
that Williams been iofectid with Ab
lishini.m, I make no doubt that the
stanch wrch I reely fancied I smelt
when 1 fust undertook to subjugate him
.wood hev cominyood to the end uv the
trir." In olden times, it was observed
that slave niggTs dident smell it was
onfy the free ones.'' It is a settled fact
row that DemokranV niggers 'are in
oddTous ! I mite h?v knon n, hotvever,
that the nigger was - a free nigtrer, by
tho way hV pitched into me. . No nigt
ger io a, state uv servitude wood ever
hev did tuch a thing, liiit inuth they
owe to the war, anyhowi;. ; .... - . -
My principal oljuk in gomg to Noo
York 'wuz. to dowhat I co6d 'toward
secooinig the' nominaihun "of ! Jethro
L. ;Klj'pi'nV." I'foocd; the? delegates
badly (ore !'up! ' The cfF:r made for
votes was so ridikilously low ihat there
vz- much digusl manifested The
trouble wez that thf markil vvuz ovtt
steckt. Hed-the GotiTension bin j reity
ekaViy. divided, : and the balance of
power held by a few clost mouthed
souls, they coud hev made a good thing
uv it. . Kt where a whole '.Conv'en.hen
is in the markit, and all their inflooen
shel friends, no candidate km efford io
buy. I withdrew Mr.'Kippins to
wunsl for ez he hez but a small farm,
and that mortgaged to a grosery keep
er, he delegates I approacht laft me
to .korn. "; : - ; :
I wuz oo the committee on Ilesolo
shuns or ruther wuz in the roem ez a
advisor committee, while the resplu
shens wuz bein drafteJ. (lea. Forrest.,
uv Tennessee, wuz perticularly anxus
ihat a resolution shood.be adopted de
nouncin the Radicals who wuz with
unholy bands, a sirivin " to desoy tlie
lest government ihe'.nn ever shone
upon, an ! oh the des-ructon of which
Vood be a calamity which unborn iriil--
lions wood .hcJ tears over. He desir-t-d
a resofution pledgin the deiriocrisy
to stau by i the old Stars and Stripes,
which flag' hed braved a .thousand
breezes, and wuz. .anonymous et f et
tery. Mr. Wutiltey, Mr. Cobb (.Mrs.
Cobb's husband), aud: Ferry IViler.
partiklatly dc.irtd.. a, . re.nluirhen
demand in the tr.ri.in cuif uv oths uv
corrupt men, that the gorernrnent mite
be administered . with suthen like the
purity wich "dis'tinguishid it doorin tlie
adminV-tratioii uv the' late ' lamented
lokanan at the. menhun uv whose
name every one present held a han
lercher to his eye for five., venserutive
minitsez tho'a gra'.e greef had fallen
onto him. , .
Vallendyffum in.itid that a plank be
inserted whi.h recognised nigger suf-
trage, Dui iL.ar a. .. ; t,c I J :i Aorl
bi defiuitly Bsceriained whethcrMissis
sippi was reely carred by nigger votes
or not. Ef a majority tf the .niggers
did reely vcte the Democratic ticket, it
was de.iied that tbey sbood be recog
t iied as our cjuals ef not; we'd see
'cm J tl fust. ; 1 .
Ch.ef-'Jusii's Chase was es eshelly
anxyu'for a resoloo.hen denouncing in
th severest terms th"m onprincip!d,
fanatical Radicals, who for years hed
labored to subvert the government, by
enterftring; wiih the purson and prop
erty uv citizen, and also pledin the
Convenshun tothat wise conservatism
wi'hout. which ther coed be ro perma
nence iu.our foveriiineni.
Wat the platform wilt be ;or whj
the candidates will be, the lord only
knows:-',' I am prepared for anything
and so is' all the rest of the delegates;
Ef ' its Pendleton, on a' repoodiashen
p'atform, well and 'good ef itah'Sey
mour on a national lank platform just
ez g"oJ. ,'1 shood - be happy to see
Brackinridge the clioise of the party,
and delighted .ef ilaneock should i be
choosen. -I kin huralrfor Chase, .and
with equal vigor can swing my hat for
Vcllandygum, and X find alF the
delegates similar affected. The Post
offi. is ihe lean kine wich swallows up
all the ether. Wre are willin to sink
everything in Post offis. That my
cincerity may not be doubled, let it be
remembered that I have rid wr.h a
nigger.from Ingeany to noo York; hev
bin whrled by one and hev felt good
over it, hev bin hiirrahin for an o'tl
Aboliahionist. and swearin the while;
I like it. " Ef any' other evidence .uv
fluxibility is needed I feel ekal to the
task. ' Politically, I am reedy for any
Petholxum V. Nasbv, P M.. .
(Which is Postmaster.) .:
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TAXIX MOIS. .
In de.nandirg that Government
bonds shiall be taxed equally with every
other species of property, the Demo
cratic Convention a.ks either that the
United .States shall tax property, which
is laymrr o direct lax which Congress
by Sec 9 of Article L of the Constitu
tion of the United States'! is forbidden
to" do or else thai the States shall' lax
the Government bonds,' which the Su'
preme' Court" of the United States has
at least three times 'decided to be un
coiistitu'Ltonal As the champions of
the Constitution and of the final author
ity cf theSupre meCourt.theDemocratic
party seems on this question to be un
dertaking the dangerous and' difficult
fpat cf swallowing itself whole. V".
Y. Tribune. ------
A lawyer's client, being shown into
his office, was pressed to take a seat
and uncover his head, but stoutly de
clined, urging as his reason that he
desired to "keep his expenses dowo-s
much a possible." - V' .
11 8EXSIHLE KEXTCtlilAS. I ' Ell A itl. '
; XV I II. Wadiwonh, 'a converted Ken- ) CrcS'D.mocrt. July
lucky Conservative, made 'a speech' aV ' reported that Montgomery Illair
... . ;, - : ,' : j soys thai nrne -f the candidates now
Maysv.llein thai State, a few , days i pQluilteidly nameJ wilt receive; the
ago. from which we dip thefotlowingp if Democratic ooiniuatiou.at New Yoik,
i; ' KADtCALisx and its tricmpiis. V-Tand that the party can only be united
Talk about voting1 'down Radicalism ?
Gentlemen,1 Radicalism is the greatest
suece-ss tf modern limes. .It raised
the biggest armies, tbe. large.-i sum of
money, fought the grealat,baulesjoQk
more prisoners, sut.dued. th., bravest
men 'aud the greatest uunibers'of them ''
that was ever done in any age or courj"
.try; .iWith a Lankrupi treasury mhers
itcd from its opponents, i. kuevv how
to . raise not less than six or seven thous
and millions' cf dollars, and fought a
rebellion to its death, with nearly half
the country in revoii agninst it, afier
every Uffeat . ruing in unehaken , faith
that Almighty. God ruled the destiny of
the United State te higher issues ; they
raised armies of millions' of men ; and
whiles meeting' with'deftat after defeat,
embarrassed by opposition at l.otne. oriQ.
mocked by the rulers and -nobles cf
Europe, its courage r.se still higher,
to the pay of complete victory. While
the stroffgled raged, it emancipated
5.00Q.C00 of people, -calling a race to
life and liberty a fact ihat will , te
luminous while,, memory of the race,
remains among men. Do you think
iHis radicalism could be. scared by the
eternal d. vil ? When Hannibal, after
Cannro, eneampad at the gates of the.
tit, the Romans put up for. sale iu' the
fcrum the ground under his feet. So
the men who "conquered the rebellion,
while it was' yet exulting over' th'ii' de
feat of . liulh Riiri opened the -treasury
and built up the Capitor, higher , and
broader, for. the future Congress of the
' This is the radical power they would
have us put dow n by ehcting to county
otiices lif.le O.-nfederate rebel ofiicers,'
whose greatest feats in the war, perhaps,
consisted in carrying t:il the horses,
sheep. &c, roars cf latighterj from
their old neighbors.
' "With charity for all and malice to
ward none, with the fai:hi in the right
as God gives to see the, rights' let us
go on with this.. Union cause; let us
kt-ep the standard of our faith still
high advanced, marching under it with
confidence while.: carried -on in the
hands. of ts- grea.est Captain.' Let us
not desert that. cause and run aftr.that
cold and baTren feast to which the Dem
oriic party invited us. -Th's po
lineal organization, like the -institution
tf slavery, is worn out, and broken in
pieces. YoiceM "That's eo, . and
Ameu ", . , . . . r:- ; e
LlA'COI.X AKD It.lXT. - :
President Lincoln was Gen. Grant's
earnest lriend. and adviser. The fol
lowing incident is one of his many
tribuies'to the Republican candidate
for the Presidency :' ' .i :. ;vi
Just before the Baltimore conven
tiorij a few delegates tailed. upon hhn,
pursuant to appointment, and we found
him free and communicative, as well
as hopeful and agreeable. One of our
piny asked his opinion on ihe militaiy
iituaiioo. ; ' Wejl,genilejrel'," said he,
yGrantrpw has entire, cpntrol, and. I
can on!y relate a conversation I hid
with him the other day. lie' said his
plan' was to hold Lee aud his army in
the vicinity of Richmond, while he sent
Sherman through to .destroy , the Cpn
federacy. I said to him," and the sun
teain played over theFresident's home
ly facemaking it to appear positively
handsome, '"Grant I don't know much
about the tecbnica.liiies.of your profes
sion. but as near as -I . do understand
you, you propose to hold the leg, while
Sherman takes off the skin." "Yes,"
leplied Grant, "that is just what I
mean.' With what an iror grasp
Grant held the. leg, and how brilliantly
Sherman stripped the hide, f rom , the
rebellion, has now passed into the . do
main of history.'
, W'ec.aU attsntion .to the following
card ; . .... .,. , . . . ,.. ; .
C. 8. GRANT. . . SCHUYLta COLFAX.
GRANT & COLFAX. .
Washington, D C.
Respectfully inform the people, of
the United States that ihey will be en
gaged in tanning some old Deinocratic
hides until after the lOih day of No
vember, 1S63. - - - - - - ' .
.The senior member of the firm hav
ing considerable experience in the busi
ness thinks that, by the help' of his
partner, all work will be 'done io a 'sat
isfactory manner. ,
" Reference Gens. Buckner, Pem
berion, R. . E. Lee, and other distin
guished persons of the same persua
sioii. ' . ' "' ' '.'" , .
Robert Btitcbeldor, of Satilsburyv N:
H., has a flock of tweenty-eight sheep,
which, during: the -win'er were housed
in a' place ivhe.re their wooF became
filled with hay ?eed. They have been
out to pasture for several weeks past,
and the excessive wet weather has
caused the seed to sprout, and they
are bearing about with them a 'crop of
grass two inches in length,' The own
er is waiting bow for the grass to ripen,
so that he can harfe?'. the cro-. before
shearing his sheep. ' ; -
bv brinrrinsr forward a new man. Lx
thartgt. c ' I- ' ' - ' ' " 'r- "
, Such st'ufi"as the above ii'more-thau
Democratic nature cau bear.; -To Lave
one, n of thai pestilential lilair family
talking' thus oracularly about the affairs
of the Democratic party is" one tf the
jiidst impudent thing? of the day.' "
At hau have -the liinirs,. ia ;co.aunotr
wilh-jthe Democraticpatty I , , .
'J hey . at Contributed, to . the ex:
tent of their abilitv, to wiJth the gulf
and increase" the bitterness ' between
the North and the South-' -"which -led to
the late tremendous convulsions.
Is it this 131a ir family; whose history
is so truthfully sketched, which now
claims positi-in" arid a voice in the
Democratic party, and even assumes to
dictate its nomination for the Presiden
cy. Iu fact it has the modesty to claim
the. iiominatioo '.for one of.: it, own
members the butcher, cf St, Xcuis
the nice ""young gentleman who ao
adroitly balanced betweea the Speak
ership and a generahhip, and to whom
Lincolu'so; kindly, 'ossed the . latter
when the former was not lo be caught.
Has 'he Democratic party fallen so
low as lo be used by "such creatures ?
Is it so craven to allow suth fellows to
say what it hnlI'do !or what it shall
nof-do? .'. .,m -:'. r-.v--'
. One pf Lincoln .'military tools ;thu
civilian damning hiinself forever, as
a public man. and placing an impassa
ble barrier between himself and all
true Democratic fellowship, by a bold
violation of law, an audacious defiance
of tbe Constitution, iu excluding, from
the mails all Democratic papers which
conspicuously differed iii opinion from
the policy and measures of the Lincoln
administration, and when ;repectflly
asked by ihe parties aggrieved why
and by what authority -such action w as
taken against them, insolently answer
ed, as Would a petulent boy,' when
questioned why he had - been guilty of
certain misconduct "1 did it. becaase
I had a mind io f and ihe military
member , of the Blair family making
bis first demonstration in the field, by
leading his regiment of brutal ruffians
against the unarmed populace of ' St
Lo'jis.indiccriminalely shooting down,
injthe crowded streets, men, women and
-niivlioi, t,rHorincr hv wholesale
an unoffending population, and oommit.
ting a deed cf cruelty blacker and more
unpardenable than any of which the
infamous Suwarrow- was. ever guiltjv
and in contrast w ith which, the acts of
woman-whipping Hsynan, , whom the
sturdy and indignant brewers of Lon
don ?o mercilessly hooted and pelted,
appear decent-and humane. : '
. . And this he.;too, did "because he
had a mind to !' ,
IIoW Ttie:IIoo8iers Take It.-
Fully authertic accounts from Indi
ana inform us that the Slate is sadly
demoralized in consequence of being
sould out. to the bondholders. -A dis
patch from Indianapolis dated ihe 13 lb,
says : """. .
The rtomintidn9 do' hot' elicit any
enhuia?m whatever, and in many
parts of, ihe State the curses came thick
er and more frequent. This is espe-
cailly ihe case in ihe E'ghl Congre
cessional Listrict, which district Frank
Blair canvased in 18C0 for Hon. Thos.
H. Nelson and against Dan Vorhees.
He was specially abusive of the Dem
ocrats, calling them hell hounds, tc.
The Tipton Times, the most influ
entail Democratic paper in tne Eighth
Congregressional District, contains the
following: : W r
Here we come, the New York in
famy has convinced us of the necessity
of taking our stand with the worktng
men's " party heretofore organized
under the - banner of General Cary.
We are for the Tin Bucket .Bngade.
Our unfaithful and infamous delegates
to the New 'York' Convention sold U3
for Wall street gold, ard we propose
knowing how much we brought know
ing what white men are worth in the
market..: Seven or eight of our dele
gates were faithful, to their trust, the
others have rendered themselves infa
mous for all ,lime to come. W7e appeal
toyou.the people, irrespective of party,
who do not propose ihai yourselves and
your posterity to the latest generation
shall be the dupes and slaves of the
bondholders, to rally with us around
the workingmen's banner,, and repudi
ate and spit upon all such rascality." l
- The'trustees of; the "Electric Medi
cal College, of Nork York City have
resolved to establish a class for female
students at their next term, with pro
fessors of their own sex. '- Several la
dies have received diplomas- from this
institution, and are engaged in EUucess
ful and lucrative practice.1 -.-'
- Gen. Emory, in command of tbe
Department of Washington, has issued
a circular permitting, all troops in the
Department to wear straw hats and
blouses ef-the -urmy pattern when off
duty, and when upon all duty except
reviewii, 'inflections, dres? r-sra-2 end
guard fncMiwiDg. - ' 4
Responses 'Frd'mT riilJedli-
T"r--",l"IJ WASUIJCSTON.,-. -jT ;jr .--jf
Epecia- di.-.;.toli to tLe Cbicago Ti ibnue.
' The New York nomination continues :
lo be the gentral theme of conversa
tion.aud ihe Congressmen are just a s
free as they were yesterday : in. " Vx- "
presiing their digut at the selection
made. They see that Seymour's' cop
perhead record and BLair'a cloody. let- '
ter cannot be sustained, and the feeling
about the latter is so strong that Senp-
tors Davis and Buckaleiv both publicly "
disavowed it in a debate ia the Senate-
to day and declared that the Democrat
ic party car.net be ch-rged With in
.encTcrementrererrif ihey tire "nCTirf-
naled 'tis wrtor 'iter " A'ue-Pri-idtJ:!--One
Democratic, ru?ml.urxjf the House
from Pennsylvania, tpeak t-f Biair, as p
a d d f.-ol frr writing in and a greater-;,
d d fool for printing iu. Mr. )iat nes,
Dcmccial from Brooklyn,, telegraphed
to a leading delegate in the convention
yesterday, after the news of" the nom
ination of Seymour was received, that
the Republicans were jubilant and the
Democrats depressed; that the matter
ought to be reconsidered and Seymour
made to decline. The' leading Demoi
crat in the Indiana delegation, when
asked what he thought of ihe nomina-'
lion, held up his hand in a depreciating;;
manner and" answered; "Hush, my"
friend; you are treading on a newly '
made grave.'" One of the Ohio D in-"
ocrats, when asked a similar question,
replied thai the ticket could not-carry.'
a single Slate west of the AUeghanies. .
The ablest Democrat fn Massachusetts,'
though ," not now-- in bfficial positiou,
spoke this morning of the convention .
work as"amazing, perfectly t maxirg."
And ihen'ndded, "I did hope they'
would give us a -new plate .this time.j
but it is the same old dish of hash they
made at Chicago four-' years ago."
Mr. Seward remarked to a gentleman
this morning thai Gov. Seymour had a,
great faculty for running behind' hfa
ticket. The cnly1 'thing with which'the
Democrats seem pleased is the slaught
er of the Chief Justice. . . They chucklei
over ihis a great deal, and make all.
sorts of pleasant remarks about hia
innocence and simpliciiy. Republicans
speak of him as ihe deadest man'
politically, now living, and-Democrat's
suggest that the . Republicans might
give them a vote of thaiiks for laying
him out.' Mr. Seward talks of him 'as
poor Chase," ''poor Chase."- i;1 ' ;
M A FA-tSls;CI5i-..' .', '
.The following js frpm an account of-p-.ooitino
of the Democracy, in
N eV ;Y or k , i V e d n e s d a y n i g h t ,8i h inst . i
"Ilenry Clay Dean entered the par-
lor'cf the Ohio delegation, at the Fifth
Avenue,' to night, and mounting the
table made a speech so coarse and ob
scene a to drive ladies from tbe adja
cent parlor., denouncing Chase nd.
deirianding'his defeat at all hazard.'
He denounced Chase, 'in words too
coarse for repetition in print.asa G d
d d old worn-out strumpet cf the Re-.-publican
Abolition party, who was nitv'
about to be tr.ken up by ihe Democrat i
after the Republicans had ; no further
use for him. He declared that if Chase
received the nomination' there would,
be a Democratic tickrt' nomicated',
against him. He denounced Belmont
as" a foreign Jew agent- of G d d-i-dTt
foreign Jew bondholders, who' he'd -a4
place tt the head of .the Demtcrati;,
organization, for which he was net fit,,
ai.d wo8 now in the corrupt movement
for Chase, and blew off profanity, ob-
scenity and aluje, cf which the above
gives a faint-idea, till the' proprietors'
of the hotel could stand it no longer...
A delegate was according sent to him,
to tell him that Ohio wanted the use of
her committee room, and''-Dean there
upon descended from the centre table
and made his way out of the pallor.-
A, New Yorker made a brief reply de
fending Chased , Both got slightly ap-"'
plau'led and some hisses.1 ; - "
Dean is a prophet of Democracy,'
and a fair specimen of the party lead--
ers.r ' . "'. - 4 " -"';'
( P-i siPi , , t '
Osmond. Patten, of Westmoreland,
Oneida county, New York, was' stung,
directly over the left eye a few days''
ago,-by a honey bee. The siing wa9"
soon taken out, but in fifteen u inutesj
he became dizzy and faint, nnd ahho'..
sensible at times, grew rapidly worse,;
and died in three hours. "
It is stated that the propietor of the;
W'ashington Democrat, evening paper ,
telegraphed from New York as follow; :
While ' Vallandigham ' wis . speaking "
Mr. Seymour approached ! ihe stand to
again dedine, and, as he said; to hom-J
mate Chase according to agreement.
One of his friends stopped him, having -ascertained
what he intended to do,
and said : 1 "If you do ii you are forev-
er politically, damned." - Mr. Seymour-'
then retired from the hall.
Faraday estimated that the amount "
of i electrical -force involved- in ?tbe
decomposition of .a single grain of wa-t
ter, if concentrated ia. a single , dis-
charge, would be equal to n very great ,
flash of lightning; while the chemical
action of a , single grain of wateron'
four grain of zia.wujd yield felectri-"1
cfty equal in;; quantity ' ta a ' toweifil '
th'traderatorrc." ". " ' "
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