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Official Orrn f the United States.
add Tri-WeelUy 1
- BY THE : ; '
ERA PUBLISHING COMPANY.
W9I Iff. DROWX, Btulnen nana;er
Office In the "Standard" building, Eat nide of
'"' Fayettevllle Street.
THURSDAY, SEPT. 2GtIi', 1872.
NATIONAL REPUBLIC AIT TICKET.
rr FOR PRESIDENT: '
Or Illinois. -,
FOB VICE-PHESIDES'T :' ' '
, , v Or lAssAcnusETrs. ' ; V ;
1 ELECTORAL TICICKT.",:
.if... - I
- FOB THE STATE AT LARGE:
JIAIXCTTS tlCTnr, off ZJim combe. ' '
SATUEtr. rillLLIPS, of Wake. '"-
i . . i ' ft
roli THE COSOKESalCXJtA.L ri3TKICTS:
1 Edward Uansoni, f Tjrrell. ,
3. William F. IOftln, of Lenoir, r .
4 Jarae II. Ileoden, of Cliatlinm. '
5. Henry Walcr, of Davidson.
C William S. ttjniun, of Lincoln. ,
T. Jarae G. Ramtaf, of Ilowan.
8. .Tames 11. Juatlce, of Rntherford.
revision or recall, and forever buryinsr
all - the i issues growing out of the late
ine London joiimafcV&enorally rejoice In the large negro counties of the
over the settlement of Oil e loner agitated and I Voef -ffio
. . " i jiw, .... """"ftv uvitwc uj. me aw" I itii ine ' issues growing uui ua uitj law?
drTwqJC Pelican over the Democratic vote was .war, and to have done with revolution,
claims. They .irbpear to think England has ;;v r i -l, , . I . - 1 ui
.cheaply in atoning for the T T J- F -"nereis an exflinpieuinrmm,
ff 'equalj the -Gxcess of Republican increase! opening of the old issues, while lead
. !. ! J. .- X- Xt . . I. . i f , 0. a -
o J . ' -
ing Greeley organs of two States prof
nounce for war; one a oarMof revolts
twTtf the other a tear of extermination
asrainst the ncsrroes. 'J s
. This is If clasping hands " with a ven4
geance. This is the sort of " reconcil-
atioh ' the Greeley movement promis
es, i This is the peace of Cincinnati and
Baltimore-' This threatens the country
with a bloody ;reign under the sage of
cnappaqua ; : a warning tne people of
the whole' country will not be slow ;to
' T1 I-4-n M 1 n - 1 T 4Vrt-WT "T?tl ? nWTA-l
themselves,,accojdinglyron ' the first
Tuesday of Ncyember. ; 3
"Gen Grant never lias been defeat
ed, and he never -will be. Ifo&ApE
"While ham-r tiny the right of every
Itepnblicnn to his untrammeled choice
of n candidate for next President un
til h, nomination Is made, I venture
to suggest that Gen. Grant will be far
better; qualified for that . momentous
trust lu 1J7J titan he was in 1SCS.
IIor.ck Orkelky, speech oh 5th January,
187L. . -
mil 11 iituM'L m nnr nanrra An iynrinft 1 . : w-av
and theaccurins of her own'immnnitv from twmie ana oiacK population is about JBaltimore Convention, demands a re-i
uvgivci upon me pan 01 ine united
States in the event of being herself involved
In wars in the future. - J "
BraziaJ is hot more exempt from the inci
dents of an election than countries in the
northern., hemisphere. -Rio de Janeiro
journals teem with descriptions of the riot
ous scenes which occurred during the recent
elections for members of the Congress. An
electoral meeting in one of the churches was
broken up by the police, who charged upon
the assemblage with their swords and dis
persed it. the president of the meeting and
several citizens having been wounded.
. The Attorney General of the United States
has replied to Alexander II. Stephens' peti
tion for the pardon of all the'Ku Ivlnx con
fined m tho Albany penitentiary. The At
torney General denies the allegations of Mr.
Stephens that the convictions of 3 the Kb
Kiux was . illegal and that their pardon
would be an act of justice' and friendliness
towards the Sooth, ; and says the pardon of
an or them would have no
vie ted of violating other statutes.
' The State 'Department at Washington has
sent to the Treasury Department copies of
recent dispatches from our consuls at Peru
and Chili, announcing that the small pox
is prevailing in epidemic form, and that the
deaths at Santiago, with population of
two hundred and fifty thousand, are five
hundred weekly. Collectors pf customs are
therefore instructed to caution the 'health
officers of all ports to establish without de
lay such quarantine regulations as may be
necessary to protect the people of the United
States from being further afflicted with the
is Isevmty-tixne to the county.
The great West, which i3 compara-t
tively white, gives the gratifying re
sult of a'!RepubIican gain' oT ninety to
the county, over the Democratic in
crease. , Will the contestors please tell
n & 5 riAkliAn j-v At. Jt. ft A A 11.
most complain, the East the Middler
the West ? . ;
. . i i . 1, : ;,.
Senator Hill, of Georgia, declares
. ' for Grant. f
Hon.r Joshua Hill, United States Sen
ator fromGeorgia, who has been claim
ed bv the'Greelevites as svmnathiri'np'
" m , . - " X O
and acting-with them, says that at rio
time nas .he; hesitated to express his
preference for the re-election of Presi-:
'fhave seeni too much of mankind to con-
Arousing the Kn Kliix.
Were the Ku Klux convicts legally
cbn victed is the startlinsr caption td
a colurianarid'a half article in' ThBal
htm would have no ;more. political sent to become the zealous partizan of any etffh Ktcs of yrtbrday. . . : r
cance than the pardon oT ,Uiose eon- T nt aeo1. kim.: tu'I .V r.J scl.,.,
-!? oiaexsiaiuws. , 5 let whoeVer mav be elected PresldenL A SiilJtlifl ' lUvhAwll
sonally it will'- likely be of "small conse-: V'iff ?A;1 -AtWrA VAt t,.ti
nuenco to me who shall nrove tTiARunrvvsafni I T: vi ' - . ' .
of slaveholders can easily aflbrd . to pay
their proportion of the tax, but the
burden will be exceedingly oppressive
on the poor men who never owned a
i slave, and especially on the negro,1 who
wii oe compelled us it were to buy
xxi Liiia, liiiij uiiy iuu negro
will be called upon for his quota of the
tax levied upon the people.to raise, the
enormous sum oi four, hundred million
dollars ' to 'pay1' his owners for his
freedom .The Southern soldiers who
fought four years to establish the inde
pendence of the Confederacy, thousands
vyuum are now wiuiout legs auu
arms, will be called upon to duplicate
tlieir service as soldiers with their quota
of tax to compensate slaveholders, for
the loss of their property I ;The Nation
al Debt will be increased four hundred
million . dollars : the reduction , under
Grant at the rate of one hundred mil
lions per annum will cease ; and the
interest on the Debt will be increased
twenty millions yearlyl ; w -
, This is , nbt an enticing picture to
overtaxed people r it is a question that
comes, to. the . surface along, with Mr
Greeley's i candidature . for President:'
and f . . elected,; willthet peseiit .; itself
wl VHAOAV7AA. Ai h AAAClll'A it V Ul VyUXILlltTV)
quence to me who shall prove the successful. J ,rity7yl
andwltto'nt expectation of anv - personal "f lsP?tJ Y - interrupt nisinno-
4W4. uruM,vV; I? - Al Aj At4 AA4 AA j, . " T . w" w3
h ;theiaw vbooks.i by citing A? made up of .Greeleyites, they may
rat tiilirwWf iad 4Vmv wrrt Vn'. nnss f a . bill . em'hnrlvi'nop .TV.f i rJrtxoliitrJc
pass i a , bill embodying Mr 'Greeley's
proposition ! rlf they should do so, does
any sane man believe President Gree
ley would veto that- bill ? We do not.
This is a serious question : and if the
advantage from the result, from all I know cent amu36ment," but if his purpose be
or the respective candidates and tho condi- arouse amci .re-awaKen ine JK.ii.iUOX
country and the. best interests of my. family and gentlemen" that W public opinion people want to keep it out of Congress,1
must be respeced,4',l'!i- t;'-';.'': they shouldnotfail to vote 'against
The New Work Tribune has disposed Greeley. V , ,
01 the question Tne JSews now attempts
impel hie (to the support of Gen. Grant'
Southern, women nursed bv "blacks
filled w.itti animal passion imbibe it from
their nurses, and on arriving at the age of
puberty immediately manifest a desire to
giatify sensuality." Xew York Tribune.
This. infamous and slanderous par
agraph1 was brought to light by Col.
Blanton Duncan at the Baltimore Con-,
vention n July last. Since that. time
it ha3 been asserted that it appeared in
a pamphlet entitled "Miscegnation,"
published some years ago. The pam
plet has been thoroughly examined by
Mr. James Lyon, and two other Vir
ginia 'gentlemen, who certify under
oath, that no such paragraph can bo
found; in; the pamphlet. The Tribune
has not denied that it appeared in that
paper as editorial and as theproduc
tion of Uorace Greeley. If the quota
tion did-not appear in that paper, it
should "be so stated. If it did, no man
who lias any respect for the noble wo
men of the South, can think of voting
for Greeley. Will The Tribune tell the
THE NEWS. 1
Kight hundred and eight Communists
condemned to transportation embarked at
Krest, on the 18th, for new Caledonia.
Thoy are setting up a statute of the late
Chief Justice Taney of Dred S-ott fame
in front of the State House at Annapolis. !
King Amadeus, in his speech at the open
ing of the Spanish Cortes, declared that
uba must be subdued at whatever cost. .
Auditor Graham, of New Orleurns, has
Iwoii pardoned by the Governor of Louis
iana for contempt of the Eighth District
Court and released from prison.
Tho O'Conor and Adams .demwnu-y or
Ohio havo called a State Convention to meet
at Columbus, October 2nd, for the purpose
of nominating an electoral ticket.
. ' t -
m wi ucuum vy ueuerai opuiner,
United States Treasurer, that when a muti-
latedtioto has live-eighths of the oritrinsl
left ltvtba.U,berel6emoI as Its full face
no touowing are tho customs receipts for
me week: ending September 7 r
New York, $3,52,313
Boston, SG2.301 '
Baltimore, 165,749 -
It Is reported that Princess Beatrice, the
fifth and only unmarried daughter of Queen
Victoria, has been betrothed to the Marquis
of StatTord. The Brinccfs is now in her
10th year, and tho Marquis in his J2d. :
Congressman D. M . Du Bose, of Georgia,
refuses to accept the Democratic nomination
for re-election to Congress, if that meana
support of Greeley, whom lie opposes. He
will accept a Democratic nomination pure
and simple. '
Charles Sumner arrived at Liverpool on
Saturday. Soon after landing he visited tho
American Hub, where he received the first
information1 of his nomination for Gover
nor of Massachusetts. He announced that
he would positively decline the nomination.
A fresh Carlist rising is apprehended in
.Spain, and 11 Is said that Generals Cathelin
rau and TIndale, the latter having served
under. Maximilian in Mexico, are to meet
at Jiayonne, f ranco, to perfect arrangements
lor tue. movement. ;
A defalcation has been dijcoveietl in the
Sub-Treasury in New Yprkamounting to
over $100,1)00, and the defaulter is said to be
James I. Johnson, who h id charge of the
xtamp department, and has disappeared.
DavU''lyun, a notorious countert'eitcr.pf
-j jvu. oKAiiuui-, anu miiu accoinpiiccs,
with ail their dies, tools, galvanic buttery;
chemicals, furna-es, and a quantity of man
ufactured coin, have just been captured by
i no unitoti ycatos authorities.
nie latest advices from Peru and Chill i
represent the ravagtHiof the small-pox in
tho twd republics!, to be fearful, tho deaths
leing200 weekly a Santiago, out of apopu-.
i lanon oi o,uw, anu oW weekly at Valpa
raiso out of a population of 150,000. ,
Mait. Morgan; thowelj-known arUst of
,fiHi; Julie's, went to visit a friend in
Nassau street on Saturday nixht. The lani
tor stupidly mistook him for a burglar and
arrcstodhim. Ho was taken to the lieek
man street station house and held until Sun-;
d;iy morning.'(when he was discharged.
Senator Wilson will . deliver eleven
speeches In Pennsylvania, and then speak
In Cleveland, Cincinnati, , and one other
phico not yet nxined 'in Ohio From Ohio
he goes to Etansville ; from Indiana to St.
Louist, thence to Omaha, and thence to take
lart iu the Illinois campaign. , Ut '.
r - - " I
ine; investigation tnto the alleged nrar
dorouf assaults upon patients at Waixl's Is-
land 'Uniane "Asylum, New York citv, Is
iid to develop, the existence of terrible
abuscHin the Tntitutlon.' and the perpetra-
tion of gross acts' of cruelty upon the part of
me Keeper to wan l the insane umier ins
charge. ; ' .j.; Vv . '
Increasing apprehensiou prevail in Ehg
' land respecting the threatened failure of tho
potato crop, both "In that country and in
Ireland. I At the suggestion of "Prinio Min
ister Gladstone, scientific men, in ylew of
i he threatened potato famine, give publicly
to a method for utilizing the diseased lu-!
Lers. .,'.- . ( ' "
Th German Goverment has issued a ee-
ond cirt-Dlar in still more threatening terms
than the orieiual one Rrainst fnii?niiiLs.
who, l declares, will be treated as outlaws,'
over whom pecial surveillance and. super
vision, has been Instituted. Despite the
measures of. ;the government, emigration
from Germany has lcou'Vtnly slightly af
The straight-out Democrats of' Indiana,
met in Convention at Indianapolis on the
19th. About one hundred Dersons1 were
present. Resolutions were adopted indors
ing the Louisyille nominations and irecom
mendingthem to the Democracy of Indiana.
The following nominations were made : For
Governor, A. P. Edgerton ; Lieutenant
Governor, Green Deerbin; Secretary of
State, Alfred Parsons; Auditor, Otto Boet
teacher ; Attorney. General, Thomas ;,Bren
ham : Treasurer, D. It. Mc'Bride : Consrress-
men at large, Major W. C. Morean and Dr.
W. F. Sherrod. Presidential electors were
also nominated. A full State Central Com
mittee was then appointed, and the conven
tion adjourn ed-. j
Tho Grand Lodge of the Order of Odd
Fellows met in Baltimore on Tuesday last,
tho 18th. Grand Treasurer Vansant sub
mitted his annual report, showing that his
entire receipts have been 71,427.45, and
total disbursements 43,728.42, leaving a
balance in the treasurer's hands of $22,699.-
elected for the ensuing two years : .Right
Worthy Deputy Grand Sire C. A. Logan,
of Kansas, was elected. M. W. G. S., and
Representative :.W. J Durham,' of Ken-
tucKy, it. .w. Deputy G. S.; James L.
.titions were received for charters for lur. V.riey V "! ine J:noun
lodges in BriUsh Columbia and Ger- PUP11C that, no sucii paragraph ever ap-
The following officers were P1 u umt paper; or will it De si
lent, and thereby acknowledge that
Mr. Greeley is the author of a wanton
libel .upon the fair daughters of the Sun
ny South ? The " Work " article" was
bad enough, but the paragraph,1 which
Ruiy, oivMarylani was re-elected R. ' -Y""' v "' 'Wmcn
to re-open, itnd 'Horace Greeley, whose
name flies tor .the mast-head of The
Kews. answels, ; "Nobody can say that
tiese trials -have not been fairly con
ducted." ;7- rr i . . .;.
Then artiaes such as ,The News has
been presenfing for the past few days
can have bul one effect to awaken the
Ku Klux lawlessness, and put the
Greeley as an Oppressor.
Horace ureeiey was a prime movei
in -the piissage of the Ku Klux laws.
Dayafter day he hung around the halls
of Congress, urging the passage of a se
verer measure against the South
uali;thb';icmdcriitic: Party'' Coin- bly attacli to him. ; nut I liiiovi' also
mit Political Suicide?; i ! that names must lose thoir latency as
r n,K ,r . ' : - intelligertco shall be diffusecl mpro and
FromTheN. Y. World J r ; m. QrQ Widely, ' I.know that to bo truly
.t'TllO life Of a Political nartv is its xrtrtMir. fa rf mnro Imnrirrnnc I'thnn
s: t i -ixri -i. f - . -- i .i -Tw--'"-- ... , .
jures these, or consents to. subordinate' nected .ivith the name. Of that De
them to views of temporary expedien- niocracy which labors to protect tho
fr7,10.?0010,8?0113 or plunder; feeble and uplift the . fallen I wil! cn
lt forfeits its self-respect, and ceases to deavor not to be , wholly desti lu to,
be respectable. . For what are political while of that which claims a monoi o
parties organized ? either for the ?o.r- iy 0f office and 'honors ' as the due re
did purpose of gaining the emoluments &rd of its devotion to equality I am
ofothce-forsome of their members (a content to be adjudged lacking. : Of
base and despicable - motive),- or as -a that Dembcracy'whlcn robs tho cffc'mi
of earrymg oUt principles tho't nate Mexican of half his broad do
to,be conducive to the public welfare: mains, and regards with a covetous eve
rolitics is the most degrading and con- the ias't 0f declining Spain's valuable
temptlble. or ' on tho nthpr hnnrl. thp ,kinh nns Jfa
52; fc m electing, of human he nk Gf the abject and powerless
pursuits, according? &x thf ahp nr the - - u rf. ii, o..:.
otiier or these ends is the predominant v ,t unn t hnmoi n.i
desolate Indianmay, (t be written on
than even Congress was willing , to
adopt, Mr. Greeley, occupied oneof the
rooms auioimnsr the Senate chamber.
in morion . This fpll anirif J and when not nersonallv annealinfT tn
I - . I r-4 I I -mm, m -
is stronger in JNorth Carolina to-day senators, ne was writing editorials lor
tnan ic nas ver oeen at any previous xne urioune, oy teiegrapn, to manuiac-
period within the history of the Klan. ture a public sentiment that should
retary, and Joshua Vansant, of Maryland.
was re-elected R. W. W. Grand Treasurer.
An application of 39 colored citizens of Ohio
was introduced, praying that they bo al
lowed to organize a lodge under the juris
diction otho Independent Order. After a
warm and protracted debate, in which
many leading representatives took part, the
entire subject was laid on tho table.
in the fivfis nf fho iwinlo an A A rU. i"114 1
him from the State, but Greeley is to
be elected. President b.ecause he is the
author of a slander upon Southern wo
men as black as Hell itself.
and it only wants the encouragement
The Neics k now giving it to again
manifest it elf. We had supposed that
they could hardly possess the audacity
to re-commence their operations in this
campaign, out under the influence of
such a respectable organ as T7ie Daily
Netcs we shkl not be surprised to hear
that the Nofth Carolina Ku Klux are
waging their peculiar war-fare in this
The election of Greeley and Brown,
we had thono"hf. was a r va.ti cv 1 ns fbo
signal -for rtheir -re-organization, but people of the South did not want, and
looking to the elections , in Pennsylva- which the. white people abhorred. . Be-
and having, as they profess, hope of his influence, on Congress in i behalf of
dri ve Congress to the passage of theKu
Accomplishing his niission to Con
gress, Mr. Greeley returned to New
York, leaving the President to execute
the laws he found on the statute book ;
which, if not "strong enough," Mr.
Greeley hoped would be made " strong
er and stronger."
We next hear of Dr. Greeley, in con
junction with Senator Sumner, trying
to force Congress to the passage of a
pretended Civil Rights bill the colored
- . 1 .
r fflX was written twenty ' years ago ; ' but it
SJmiSS6?1 ara5 IL,beri1 beennoyear sinco; in Avhich Mr. Greo'
SfoSS'J??!?1! in BUf??: lW has not a. hundred ; times reiterated
proportions as he miffht think piviwii- i mi. u ...
ar r .u. i- i intj saiuu views iu u.uc, urwutic. i
ent t DUX Of What VA Inn nro nfflnoa nnis. I T .. - i a At m
.L.'-j u : "jflZ" . "r.,"."vr. presses jxr. vreeiey-a jong-seuiea con
.tSLS f,PnncipIePf victions respecting 'tho fundamental
nnnrif S w u difietences between him and the Dcni
country tnere: is no ono ifrwppri whom J T
dTcmtnhrV'l- ocraxic, party.- 110 rejects .ana -scorns
j v w . w mj4 j itj . i
wiue anu ueep aguiras Decween iiran
its life-lonsr assailaht Horacfi Greelfii
m ,a . : ."' " n iv.
TU.."". w tatce tma. man-vvho. has never re
SFSXfnTr P011 1,6 expediency nounced, nor even softened, these opln-
r2S ?Sl him, does ?0fc at- al -re' to. lis standard-bearer i The roa-
semble the expediency of nominating sons for aU(-lA course ouo-ht fo he vi-rv
Chief Justice Chase in lfifwS or tho pv. !?sJ.?,.??!rnna .PU?A'1?. ,c..x
pediencyofnominatingCharlFrans t C K'Sffli"
t?Ue Ch a? ?tfiff iTaffloning i t" p -inal
Democrat : it was notnn nentraliz- si, i s j n. . 7 n . ...
. -y j . r : ; uiuna wuu luuorsiiig its . must -viinoiic
fSfhSr ? iA fKC?,eS' hvt; St?t0: opponent, theDemocratic party would
f Kfif Ct tUie enlisted a-aapst get such a share of the Federal oflla
tne pretensions. of. .the- Sniirheriv kIa vrv ! i -- : i a ,
, -r.i - - r.r., x '- as its liie-iontr oDDoneut miurnt ctiotKo
tnewnoie.AJemocraric pmiosoniiv : no
a5persc5 the party as. a"" nucleus, wjiicli
, difference does not retote totaereK "t'hTsca S drf ffiSi
holders. He maintained that the States
were entitled to a voice as to the con
ditions under which they were boxmd
to surrender fugitive slaves, and that
the Federal Government had no right
to thrust slavery into the Territories in
opposition to the local will. Charles
to bcstoW in recognition of .Deihocra lie
votes... . ; ' ;. ' '
' But supposing Mr. Greeley should
not be elected what then ? Why, not
only would the expected oflloes bo losi,
but the Democratic party would have
sunic ltseir so ucepiy in public con
-cfnr.ia A,io.. . r n-jseir so ucepiy in puo.nc con-
w?a1h1 )VF f?f :cTV"t0 tempt that It could never l.e revive. I.
VrSw1 fV,ceJ What would' become of. the Itepubli-
Zs tV:: .v IZll V1V"V I v."" r", .can- party ir it should
rights Democrat, has never, that we
are aware of, impugned or questioned
the ' reserved rights of the States. ;But
Mr. Greelev has been, thronn-honf- hi
.,. ,.! " v ; , I iu common wiia inu im
L""lrTWin acni, outer oppo- beyond the single fact that
i"uA.u "nuituiuu pnuosopj y oi universal amnesty? B
u u sJiiiuuLTHin' DMrr.v. ne nns nor, nn. j , iu. j. j
1 . i a-" i , inuuur is in 'leiuibn m ;i low iiiou
ly opposed its particular measures but sand elderly Southern men from dia
"". ' "B i1"! Wi W11V-" bility to hold office, in comparison
logical COnseauenr.es. Tn this resneet
Mr. Greelev has been entirelv mnsist-
ent, and he has never given any symp
tom of a change of views. Not todo
mm any injustice, we will permit him
A . 1 1 1 1 t .
II. Stephens or ltobert Toombs as its
candidate for President ? G reeley a a
Democratic candidate is not a whit lerw
self-stulifying. What has Mr. Greeley
in common with the Democratic parly
amnesty? But how trivial
A . 11113 C
The news from Maine improves Svith
time. The oflicial vote is Perham 7ll-
821, Kimball 54,742. Perham's major
ity 17,0S2. A gain of 6,441 over the
vote of 1871. The total vote is 126.56G
lammany has left the tax payers " of
I New York an annual souvenir of a very
touching, character. The amount to be
raised by taxation in that city,for tho pres
ent year is S30.427.523. which is coual to two
cents and nine mills on the dollar of the as
sessed valuation of property." Chicago
Since Governor Warmoth , of Louis
iana, has cast in his lot with the Gree-
leyiles, he is considered by them no
longer a carpet-bagger and thief, but a
very proper ; man, whose adhesion to
the moral-reform-party is the result of
principle. -. . .
iung to w asmngton Uity, and place it terms, but we submit to The News arid
in power by electing Greeley V Presi- its friends that it is rangingitself on the
. .u ."euVDtoIiiew x orKUity was side of lawlessness, against its candi-
increased over one hundred millions of date for President; and its utteran
aoicars py tne Tammany King. This fully justify our construction, and sat
burden is now upon the neonle of the isfip.-i the neofile of KrtHii'fhiin
- . ' t I - v 1 W JL VAA J A A 11U VA AlATA
fir.V And frtV Viot un!'n I 1 m"i. At - '
Thousand nf rWmrvrfa anrl T?orttK i t a m- . . l . . - " l
. v.u... -.ASAS I niui VHJHI lnprpacan Of- a Klnirl I iim I f-V. L. T" I IT 1 ,
icans who favored the Liberal move- rata iinrW tho orir?tofMj lu r .
ment ftt l he nem nnlno nnrl rohn of flfof I rn -r ....... . I ; 1
-'5t"rt tt aakj cw uaov i;iiiiinnv r irri i oa ann this w ivim i x .
supported Greele, after watching the York. navs nftonnno m . t ... A r
conduct of the r-immirn flnri fhf VT- T il. '7 ' --iie iNon-iaveliolclers to he
V-i l- 9?lTiP Is?' find5atthe addition to this, there. is the State and 'Taxed to Pay for Slaves I
whole thing is in the interest of Grant's eonntv tax. Th w.., J Aaxctl lo; Aaj Mavesr
dismissed office holders and thieves, hanHVe . rnTiV; ?
and so they cannot stand it. Greeley nf tr Horace Greeley .as the basis of peace,
metropolis. The head of the Ring who
robbed. New ork is Wnii' M. Tweed.
At onej time he was Greeley's parser.
TaxS ihave rapidly decreased under
Grant's administration ; they will get
less and less every, year; but elect
Greeley and restore the Tammany
fiadjCLreelevi and Sumnfei declarirter in
paign. - - ;javor or the Ku Klux, denouncing. the
But certain it is that tlie election of President for? executing laws whosa
Greeley in November would unloose passage they mainly .procured;; and co
these dogs, of .war, and the tale of woe operating with a party of; gentlemen
in North Carolina and the South would who insist that one of their leading ob
repeat itself through the columns of jects is the disfranchisement of the ne
TJie Tribune in this language of Mr. gfo by revolutionary means, and for
Greeley t " The black voters, and fill I practically setting all the Ku Klux or-
"wounded and hombly persecuted, be- We beg that this people may be
'cause they were usually Republicans, spared further strife, war and Wood
land their numbers jeoparded the shed. We have had revolution enough-;
"Democratic ascendancy in the State!" war enough ; Ku Klux enough: and
we reierto tnis matter, thus, in no we have heard enough of Heennsfme.
These; .matters should remain
with the great questions which pene
trate to tne very roots anu fundamen
tal structure of our Government! Mr.
Greeley was a zealot for the Ku Klux
legislation ; has he renounced hlsopin-
to express fifa tofil ta;: AlJ1?? supncuie
-. " ;,,r a ' ' ' r . uityoiica eitciion law , wm ne recom-
cratlC ideas Of overninent in ms-rm-n h i i.'.x t
in, uitjuu me rupeai oi -tnat lmamous law
PungenC language: if he is elected President? What meas-
, i i-aSfiS JraCtlCay50i ure tbere passed by tho radical Con-
llticsofour time nnn eminrrv a rAiiieal I , m... ri... .
divereitv of Sfintimnt rnfin VS ? wiMm.ine past nvoycars, against
approprate sphere ,of eonml
me one nana repuDiican government 18 Deen- tthp vrhpmpnt plnmninn ' ' vv
resrarded as the natiiml Friend and bpa-I 2?-. i;1.? .venement cuampion . we
vant of the people, whose piop fane-1 SeBh .Scbnncnou" ;
tonj3to ighten..theirbardeLttoIn- SMSK.'SSS
; uuvft, Aiii J lylllvjOOa . VH LliniiLHI . 1HIV -A t m ' "
ernment, Is VecrArdeH with fnoi;;:, 1D ne -on? question Or amnc
ernment is regarded with jealousy and
distrust, as an enemv tn he w-Atehed
an evil to be restricted within the nar
rowest limits. The mottoes of this lat
ter school are significant : " The best
government is that which' governs
least," Laissez faire ("Let us, alone"),
etc., etc. Now, these- maxims seem to
me unwisely transferred from govern
ments directed by -despots to govern
ments controlled bv and existing for
the people. They are nowhere recog-
auestion nf amnestv. wlmt '
subject Is there on which 'Mr. Greelev '
and- the.1 Democrat ie nartv nre riof- in
sharp and violent collision ? But so
far as aninesty cah be accomplished by
Executive action, President Johnson's
proclamations leave nothing to bo done.
The Presidential power is already ex---hausted.j
We, wish somebody would
tell us what the Democratic party '
would gain besides a share of tho Fed-
era! Offices bv indorsing Mr. HreeTev .
In ihd face of this record the people
are asKed to transplant the New York unfriendly spirit nor in disrespectful tion,
is weaker by, thousands, than at Balti
more.-. Grant is stronger. to-day before
the American people than ever before.
He will get stronger and stronger until
tho day of election. ,
was the following : -j
14 Fourth. The Union to Dav four hundred
. M. f
settled and be buried out of sight. If
Ku KlUxing has stopped the. Ku Klux
law is a dead letter, c Let us hope, and
thankful, that the dread era has
sed, and by re-electing Grant make
ossible to revive it.
From . the very nature of things the
Reconstruction measures and Kii Klux
laws ha ve borne hea'vily upwi sOnae, if
not an, tne people o the South, and we
trust that they may never again be
called upon to.pass under a similar dis
perisation. We trust they have made
up their minds; to recognize existing
facts,and, casting aside their prejudices,1
resol ved to support and sustain in power
nized bv the Democraev of Fiirnw Mna 11 ne snould' Ue defeated ! after rc
Sh plainly SSeffi Wl.onl.l
tution of governments more pervasive tne democratic party; 7
and- efficient than! the world has yet ' .. 'r - , . '
known. Free education, insurance by CltKIITMOBlTIKUSLAK DICICS
but a part of the ideas of like tendency,1
wiiiun tue European uemocracy sranus
ready to realize whenever it shall have
the power. Its policy is constructive,
creative, and beneficent, while that of
our self-styled " defiiocracy '.' is repul
sive, chillihsr. nugatory a bundle nf
I negations, restrictions and abjurations.
jan - mere De a rational doubt as to
which of these is the true democracy ?
v no uoea not see tnat ine runaamental
Letter from Hon. Onks AinVs
: t'rom tho Boston Jeunial.) ' ' ; '
To the People of the Second Confrressioyi-
million doliarsin five nornf. Ttnif Rfata those who, having carried the govern
c-vT- fntliA Info .,1.. Ci..' 1 1 J I monr CllPPOCOfn ltTS ltu i - ni?jfnKTi :-, I ;i t-t- . ' . .
uuwoiui uu"3 luvviiauioiHia-, I it. . iou ana x preicr tne society ana.
J udge Merrimon's majority for Governor
would havo been over ten thousand if the
persons claiming to be .Conservatives had
turned out on the day of election. Raleigh
Acws. i; i .
This is refreshingly cool in the face
of your purpose to "contest the election.
We thought your, com plaint was that
Uald weirs friends voted too much.
Now vou sav Merrimon's friends did
not vote ;ehough. There is no way of
satisfying these Greeley people. They
allow their ' elections to go by default.
and then propose to contest.
Where's the Greeley and Brown
club ? 1 s
stock tothe la'te, 'slave (States,' .'loyal and se
cession alike, to be i apportioned pro raiai sion, thus far can arid will give them
according to their slave population respect- that peace, protection, aid, and encour-J
ively.by the census of .i860, in compensa- oWmfl,,t oo'An hoc. BA t i'
tion for the losses of their loyal citizens by LT and nAfienfl if W r
Tie Irish revolt in the Democratic
ranks is one of . the most noticeable fea
tures of local mid State politics. It is
day, and threatens to
-i'MrDoolittle, of Wisconsin, the Ex-
end in the withdrawal of the Irish vote senatorial cotton dealer we all know
him-says Congress must review the
- ... - - " . . V AAA A llti LHUiJ. I f : i - ' - -
. . i I .A1 T i x r a i a
ui lvwuusirucuuu uuu limit, re
L it -i i . . .... . '
It is one of the healthy signs of the YorfPr Ateconstruction and limit, re
times. The Irish have been too Ions sfr-FrJbridge and take away the bal
j ipt irom tne negroes. .. . , l
5 1 I A
times. The Irish have been too long
the servants of the Democratic party
to do its .bidding and el.ect its candi
dates. They have rendered such im
plicit obedience- to( the party dictates
that they have come to be regarded as
permanent attachments of the concern.
whom it was impossible to insult to
the . point of severanCet ' They have
been treated with contempt everywhere
in the Democratic party within , the
past few'years;. although It is a Well
known fact that without them there
would Have been, no 'Democratic party
in" this countfvvsince; 18C0'.v"Thev have
scarcely any representation in Congress
or in the btate Legislatures.
f liocbnstfuction, With all matters per-
tairiing thereto, including the enfran-
chii lement of the neerro. has heeri set
tleci, though contrary to the wishes and
opinions of the majority of the white
JtFv ine ouutii, mu w ruer oi mis
included, and having passed into histo-
ry; as tin accomplished fact, the will of
the: American people is that it shall re
main undisturbed. , s
. . ... " - j .
j This , great ", Demo-Greeley "party
no4 supporting' Mr. Greeley professed
at Cincinnati and Baltimore to have
adppted the pplicy of Reconstruction
py declaring the matter settlel beyond
v' Ay lllA lWA y
native and loreign-born, informed and
ignorant. Doubtless the great mas.s,"6f
whatever party, ! sincerely desire the
public welfare ; 'doubtless rogues and
. . .my. .voiun .Tmg . .aLuiuauy I T :
I the abolition of slaverv."
and taies will increase, the reduction This proposition was made in July,
of the Rational Debt will decrease, and 18W i the battle of Gettysburg had
that debt will stow lamer and laraer been fought and won : Vicksburcr had
dnrin Mr, Orer.ey'.,..tern, Peop.e falleu;.the coUapse of the ConMoracy. ""?VZ
who dtelre-a steady reduction of the Was as certain as anythlns in tho future : " .- . v tWi-Lit SnrH nti.7i;.,,i 7.
5 of taxes, could be ; and in nine months Lee sur- TZ Tr.11 nd eacir composed of rich
rendered at Appomattox. Mr. Greeley i 111 "sv V?" ' T '
has not snirl - h wnnlrl v.fn n WIT oil latteF WaS Called to WOrk Order OUt of
thorizing the Secretary of the U. S. 1 f' 1X11(3 brin oa of Solution;
Treasury to. pay slaveholders four lain- "SAC'S1 . V . ' in; iibertineg are be found in tlxe ranks
dred million dollars in compensation for ! "" -,CUJy me ot each of the great parties. But point
the loss:6f slave property. Is this the I f' go?d order and brotherhood of wherever you please to an election dis-
secret of his popularity at the South.?- j KpWpe; afd ?ho tt? gTvenTn STrtT
If Mr. Greeley could make such a prop- uryem mxe been,taught to hate
baneherv and vice, whose voters suh-
osition when the Confederacy was in j ana rev"e' in-another year reverr sist mainly by keeping policj'-offices,
the throes of dissolution, what would
prevent him from agreeing to it, if the
proposition had the sanction of the
Congress ? . If it was right in July, ;
1864, that those who lost slave proper
tyTfehould be compensated for the loss
and ought to be paid !'
' Fel6w-Citizens : Charges of a sc-
- 7 ' . , i aa i:luua ciiarauter, in reierence to tne ui.s-
ideas of. our party democracy are as charge of my trust as your RerKn
radicalJy hostile to common. -Aehnnla o,. t " Z.aV, ; , r
and to tax-sustained common roads, a Ne YorkAun
toa protective tariff, a national bank,- Kd. ISm ! to afSnd nou' '
?fvnSah.J"Pme,1lpr ??.r wh0 kow me so well and Lve bono":
Kwii???9r,-1i lt1dafS-.but"-A1- ed me so long with a eeat in Congress, -
lots Principles lead ? I trust it is not necessary to refute such
'o. There is ahotherrjointon whieh T ,Amn.va . tti . ' .
j ,.., i , a- 1 r : rr, """uiuun litiiiico. ai x aiuuu were crm-
S foiSk franW Vand 1 yu "ot- cerned I could not, for tho first time in .
to take offense at but earnestly ponder my life, appear in public print to vin-
juicaio myseii agamsi ioui anu wickctl . :
slander; but these charges involve the
good-name and integrity of some of
the best men in the nation, v -1
The charges referred to, made against
me and some of my associates in Con
gress, with others equally false against
the company, were first made by Henry
AAVVVJUI 111 b Hill Vj 211'iLIIinit I 1 If
counsel of. those who walk, so faii as
we may judge, in tho; ways of virtue,
to that of the reckless, ostentatious ser
vitors of vice. You, I am confident,
will not stigmatize this preference as
aristocratic, nor seek to confound pov
erty with vice, ih the paltry hope of
making capital out of the natural in-
xgnatiou of the former. The great Credit Mobilier, in the State ofPenii-"
e.ltv Of m V rpsirienre-ifc! mei hone n f.-tt,.!. i j it . .
debt,- and a steady decrease of taxes,
should work and vote for Grant.
1 : , ?
, ! ! - ; .
I6olittle and the Enquirers.
UheiJarboro Enquirer proposes to
drive the negroes out of the "country
Tfy liichmond Enquirer -says that Gree-
icjf uicu cictit-u jrieaiutjui, will UI1UO
the work of Reconstruction, and with
the . aid of the ( Army and Navy deprive
; n". ' a -a ' " : . ' - .
we nugruca .oi ine ngni xo vote
As for Horace Greeley, he can claim:
no merit in the eyes, or favors at the
hands of the Southern people, standing
as he did their ;ferocious enemy when city of my residence's perhaps, a fair svlvania. for tho'Purnose of ohtafnim
w v . i uiiiiicv -wiuiisriuiiir l n im inn mmnonv
in numbers, J as every oneof the oflicers and stock-
hi nnI I 1 1 l. .if a i
noiuers uenevea men ana now;
All the executive officers of. the com
pany and several of its largest stock
holders, I. including myself, have pii
swered in said suit long since under
oath, that the charges were entirely
false, that not u single share of the
stock of that company was ever given
to any member of Congress, directly or
indirectly, by me or any one else-to
ence and worship him; for the Southern gambling-houses, grog-shops, and dark
people have no better friend than Pres- er dens of infamy, and that district will
iHnH nmnf ' t . , he found at' nearlv or onite -everv e!ee-
? I now reiterate
tion giving a large majority for that
which - styles itself the " democratic 'K
The fact that Mr. Greeley is a candi
date for' the .Presidency, brings this
question to the front. Taken in its true
sense,' the proposition, if carried out,
will tax everybody to pay those who
owned slaves for the loss of their prop
erty.. In round numbers there are for
ty millions of inhabitants in the United
States ; about one eighth , of this num
ber formerly owned slaves.- , Mr. Grdo-
ey proposes to tax thirtyrfive millions
of people t who 'never; owned a slave, to
pay five million of people four hundred
million of '.dollars jar the loss' of four
millions'iof slaves.'; The five million
Slandering the Ministry. , - "
The tool and lackey of Filkins,in The
Albany N: Y. Argus, writing up the
Summer campaign, thus makes a cler
gyman of North Carolina defend and
encourage theKu Klux: by justifying spirits active partisans of that jsaufn
their outrapw ' " "aemocracy: What is the instinct,
T outra?es ; - ? the sympathetic chord, which attaches
: A Pressbvterian cleiirvman. of - fri-mit in- f them ;r tinifrTmlt n this noi-fv "wnil
, - 0f 1 ' ' CJ . ; j I w - My W V .7 JLA.A fjf ri .1 T JH
von rxinsinerr . i - -
nartv. Thus the " Fi ve Points ia ihn
most VdemocTatlc,,' district of our city ;
" The Hook ' . followa not very far be-
nma ie, ana so on.;i xaKe an tnenaunts
of -debauchery ixi the land, ! and you
will find nine-tenths of their master
spirits active partisans of that -'same
telligence, said v.; " I, .'am aware that gross
abuses have been practiced on all sides, but
I affirm that the Ku Klux organization has
done much' to keep down that lawless ele
ment that made it dangerous to life here;
not that I would justify any lynch law, but
the cases are rare where the. victims did not
deserve all they got and more too." t j ;
: Is1 it any 'wonder' that we are torn
with strife : thus . slandered,' arid the
evil-disposett encouraged to crime and
you consider ?
"Democracy is, I know .full Well, a
word of power, I know that it has a
. 1 f At m ... -
cnarm ior tne nopeiui, the generous,
the lowly, and the aspiring, as well as
for many darker spirits. I know that
he who aspires to influence, nffiee Anri
honors, rather, than to usefulness, and
an approving conscience, will naturally
be led to enlist under its banner, often
drugging his moral sense ? with ' the
sophistrv that he" who woiihl Ur 'mi
mast put himself In positiorvwhere
now reiterate and reafll rm t h . 1
statement, with the further declaration : f
that I never crave a share of. shVfc- nr .
that or any other company, directly or i
indirectly, to any member of Congre.
a ne sworn answers oi myself and thfs
other gentlemen, made and filed in tko
same suit, lying sideby sido; Ih tho.
same record, could have been publish
ed with the ' charges had it suited the 1
political purposes of The Nejc York Mm;
I am willing to place the s Worn dee-:
larations of any one of these liidivldu'-J
als, of the highest' character- and reiui- -tation,
against -the ' affidavits of Mr.
McCoomb, wherever he is weUknovnv
with no fear. of ah adverse lopiiuon on
the jnteeritvi of anv one of 'them n '
against him. u.-i;. 'i a ;,: v , 2
, Ihe Ust.of. names given by MpCoomb, ;
as. indorsed ont my letter, and published,
were, written i bv . himself, as he stated ,
wnenmnaer oathi at . the hearing in .
PennSVlvania.i . Tie . hnrl nn Aiithorifv
from me for makimr anv -such state-. .
- Perhaps I ouglit to. add that all tho
legislation ever asked for In aid of the
construction of tho Pacific railroad was '
-J0 W fwl . . m W ' k 1 . a A . II ' . ' IaA. 1 1 wrv1 ,