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BLOOMSBTJ'RG, PA., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1867.
lMUPB FIVK CKH'IS
rriiK PADDY- HUN
r- .. ..
U U A Ii T O M 1 A X Y,
jjj pim,uoui.u, II".' rji I ikiN
JOHN M. HTACKIlOllSi; 1'rcM.teut
('HAH. A, 11IK)NK(HenelnryninlTmwui-ir.
g John M, Hlackhousc, N, t CniniilK II,
plm,A Moone. OrusHtrtclihonse,
MAIN HTUKUT, hltXCKrilUNNV, I'A.
The liuuld lieM hy Dili (Jomt-nny, eonl.t of
WOlMl HUNDRED AND l'OHTY-
ml nlxl.lmir ji'idicji, of carefully fcelete.l hml
t Im; sonthwrst nf WllkcH-I'iirrc. l,uf uic eouli-
Jo' ty tio iwMern juit of thefiivnt Nortluru
Si$r V uinhi font Itiidln.
PAu'U' ran fill ntul thon.uifh e.tumhmtlmi n
SJiSeiitly tnmlo hrct jirmen tlic-c (for Mm nhove)
mlftinln In l the I'tntirclliiif lit uf w vast iimouut of
W thu erv let ntinlltv of iinlhrnrlm i-miL imiinu
Very facility llmt eouM he ile-tlred Tor trims
portutli.ji in nil illreetlom. Tlio nUnc Unit i-
trowed by a kmk1 nwul, iml uUu illrectly hi
runt, nml Joining tin tin- Inrknuann:i JL Moohm
-urn rnllroml, ami tho Wyoming uin-il, thin nf.
lAntlliiR the very hcFtliilintiu;cof h currying imi.l
miml running ti tho wry mouth of the
Alncs without expense to tho company,
The measim ment of lhoiliiTerentt.efl,t.rf.entn
utremly ileelopc.l wan carefully oblalne.1 ami
Milled toelhcr: tlm thkUm-sM of Uichu hciiu, ,
Iiichnlliia tho t c!c hr.itcil "Red AMi," llut k Moun
knln," or "(Iran. I TiiriiH-r vein. H thlrtv-ono mid !
Kit half feet, (.H'a every cuhlc ynnl of Which will 1
yleMu tun, Klvln u largo umuunt of thu lcM
lUillll M IMIHI,
Thulotsitloii lHHiuh thntnll thu tlni limy bv
cut and workol to IhoRrt nU'st ihslhlo)lvmitnpc
ntovo uutt-r k'cl, mid at much loMi'Tprnip than
Jgran Imihmu fruia ctllcrlf oporatln In-low wiUtr
,pfTh(i cn.vl can he hrousht to thu wnrruro through
drifts or tunnrl whlcli drain tlmwntrr fmrnth
mini" andnnvc tho ImUtln? of the coal. So the
(ft eJ'tJ"'1"' "f thew lands forchrnn mining It un
M jfw'fdtoimfrif. Very lately tho "fliund Tuiuifl" '
J? tor "Itdl Ash" vein has lu'en opened, mid h now
JJfcrodiu-lntfa.sllm' a quallly of co.il ah has vir
i<een prndiu-i'd In thu aulhracllo it-glonn. 'Ihf
UraKcr now In operation In capable of prcjiarlJK
, from IVi to ki tout (kt ilay. TlmMirritorontuln
-A nil abundant mipply or wood mid timber very al
uAhlnforinlnlnttrnMwn which lvrs the tnu t
the advantaiju of mnny other coat lands. The
fijet tb.it ulmot all valuable coal lamWarohein;
a pidly taken up by heavyenpltall'dHorlnmecor
5 tor.it Ions, hhowH that they mint Rleadlly and
tekrcatly rise In tho market alue, while, with the
'w JminiiiHe and constantly Increasing demand for
JJJ'thbt roal, and the It dlnmd and Morth llranch cjl
wtlAl. ItiiHslliiz be the niiiulboi of Hie fiitniK. llirniiirh
the Ureal Iron uiaklmr dNtrletn of UbMinsbur,
t)ainl!le, Duncannon, IlnnisburK, .Mlddlclown,
Mm b-tta, and Columbia, to ttdu-uater at Haie
deflrace, one can scarcely conctdvo of u nmre
Slrotltable or permaiMnt Houreo of wealth than
feinny bo found In laud-i Mm iUmc,
In order lobe able to open IhcJf works on a
nMte cxtciiKhc plan, tliN comjiaiiy hnn plated a
pottlnii of their capital Btoelc In market on the
lollouhu Ipiiiw: Any pemon taking one or m"io
filmriM ot KtiK'k ut
JTHX IK) I li A H S i:.V(!H,
.- will be cnlilled minuallv to u ton of co-d at cost
&t the mine per Mia re, and any Mockholdcn
NOT "I''iviNtj tiik (.oaii
Mlilurewiiid, to be ercdlted on (ho bonktof Ihn
tV) pDinpfiiiy, with the dlU'eieiu-tJ bitucni tlnicnt
(U n tld fell I hi; prh-e Inr i at 1 1 hbaie, to be paid U loin
M, A UH Idclid hall bo dui.Ured.
.MuaU I, I hi".
ma The underslKiieil would rtpect fully announce to
'5 hecHloi of ltliKjinsburg and U.u public k''
v rally that ho in running an
,y,Wtuien thU placonnd the dlflVrent nvllnmil dc
,4prthdrdly(Siind.iyM excepted), toeiMineet with the
several trains koIii South and Wi st on the Ciita
wlnsa littd WUUiUiupoit ltaihoadj and v, it li thosn
Jt goln North and oulhon the UteUawnuna and
UU oinnlbusM-s are In good condition, eouimiM
dlnui and coiuturlable, and chaises rc.iMiU.tMe.
' PciHutis Ishln" to meet or eo th lr friends de-n-i
iuirt,'nn be aeconi!ated upon U'UM'iinl leih.UK'
by lea im: llmcly nollce at any of tin- ln-ti it,
IJt ti, .TACfirt t (UirmN', Propri tir.
'rpjiK AMKUIdAX HAY KNITK
,.X AM KdiK. We the undernlned cIII. iih
' iiiCohimbta Oumly witnessed the trial ot buy
'nttK-i on the r.inn ot t, rurfi I, hi iiernioeu
Towiivblp, on .Mondiv, Mny T, IW, Iwtwetn the
, Ano'i-lrim llnv KnlTe and Korlt iimnufiieluicd by
' HMI'Mt, WA f J H, SlimNKH A t'o.. of Ih'Iv
bur?, I'.t., nml the Ituudel's latent Hay I look,
'"llio Aiiierhim Kork lifted mmu bay In one
drauuht than the Hiindel In three, V ute MtlN
fled It Mill tabu at miuh hav loin ilie hki;v a- two
cim I horxtm i an draw, VeaNoMit It cutting
hav, mid think It rut mot be beat tm a hnv Itplie,
and i h eiiully ii-comuicnd It u the U ht li.iy loik
and Knlfn wo love vwv hcen,
Itirri'MirMiKi:, int. I'. r. IIaiuu-'os,
11, Iooh, John 1hk,
' 1 Jons Dm t-itiri:, IHmi u Novi h,
"If. Minr.KMir.i.n:, Hi.viMTru I'mm.,
Ala 1IA1 l. t.A. it, .loiih Vu
-!- .'!,( y (ijv miinufacture the (elcbutteil Iluckeve
'"Tlcaper and Momt, and other ivrlculluial linph
ifijpf y u n a y'o i: a a r. s c y .
' 'Pulton .i,
' ti.Xen-hantH .
!f i.urniifii litiiii:mv tif m.id l'i tm'i
1 rnniioriliut Mmiml Ufa
.Vim rkuli Trnlisll
FltlMH IIKOW.N, Au nl,
Hi nuuHiii'iMi, 1'a.
MMinOI.. The l'utl term beu.Ul M-ntem-
Tint ruelillV of IliMructbtli eoiidf.(S of ioilf
rtwldeut ami four tioti.n Mdcnt prohi-M.nn, and a
tutor, The objei t h to t diietitti younj men for
.tho L'hrUtluu .Mlubdrv. Tbern fx a on nnratory
fciaK for lhtM wluj have not rtcelcd a colli lilule
eUuuatlon. Ouo hundii d and itlxty dolhirn a ear
aro crautinl to Ihmu tlelariei. with mi addltlouul
hiitti In iiin-rlu! rjtR. 'Dm Inftloli. una of I.lhiai v
n7ui text-lKxkH, are frco In all. Tin KtInot wan
j.ifuuink-d by tho Unitarian and UiilHtian nennmr
Etmlloiis. but 1 ooen (null who Im llevn ill the lib
.1 Vim' orlln of ChrMlaiilty, Tho Ubmiy coiulsw
1UI Dil VOIUIUI'N.
.Application may bo madn o yev, A. A. Mm r
jnore, ru-fcliUnl of tho Hoard of liiitriutiou,
-Headvllle. I'a. liovlT-ly
AKHIAGK JI A N UI-'ACTO 11 Yj
m. v. kloan a mvnii:u
Nt the micc'K!iors of
,D3K WIW.IAM WLOAN X HON
continue tho buihiemi of maUlHg
V CAuutA(n;s, itunaius,
1 'and eery Htylof
' ) FANCY WAtiONH,
2 which they iuno coiislantly on hand to suit ins-
'tMoimrM. Never iikIub nny material but thn bi&t
jTfatid cmploylnif tho in out experienced woiKmen,
"tUoy hopo tocotdlnuo im hcrcloforo to Blvucntlie
gnatlsfaetlon to every rnntomer, An Insp ctlon ot
""Ithclr woik, and of the rcuannat le prlco asked for
i'MUho s-iinc, W fiuio hi lusuio a sale.
tt iy;f , , i j i i - i.
OH, L'UITIIH, MATH.il'.,
No. 3.1 Norlll Kwilul Klrtet,
'JOHN fllUiniT. 1lli:n, A, I11IYAI.,
QIUIKUT A JIOYAL,
WHOM HAM! DllliaOlKTf,
,u.. Ul 1. ml Sit North '1 11I11I hlli 1 1,
Ymu.u ImiHirU'iHiiiul PtuU'rM In
I'Tl" DItUOH, Mi:iJldM, HI'ICIX. 1'AINTH, 01IX,
HPJ.ELS ..an? saloons.
.JjK) N O l'OX d no T K li
i nrc tindMltfnd hiivlnir lcrned andrc-filrttUli
pdtttcfHxt djhi tin abovo w1bknown Home, i
ASIONU T II J: Mt)tNTA ttNS
In ttif Iwtrdcriiof rviiimblnnmlHtilllTMii emtntlc,
tn ouftofthotiimt biantlhtlandheiilthtul reclotin
InthcHtatot N lully pripattd to licenmnfTHlatn
iftltom and oojotirncrs
WITH TIIUIU t'AMIMIX
The 1'ond mid Kttcauni aro wellHtoeked with
detb-iom lUh or many kinds lnc ludlnu
T It 0 U T A N U V I K i:,
nml l Ki.it h In kikhI order will li kept for tliuae
comuindatlou and ainuMmcnl of kucMo. iltlur
for iisiduu orpleHKuroi'XeurKloiis uiKiii ttiii beau
tlllll Kbeet of water uhkli li ,
hi:vi:iiai. Miidis in i:xm:nt.
Surrounded by ah cxtrhslverorcuLtherel'uUlor
tleil to the buulMiiitti a ipb lulld field Ur llU "M ii
pfcull.ir ptirt. and cxcrcNu w 1th his
l O ti A"N It U1LV,
IIU Iirder will be alwnv4 ptovldcil with the
dclUacieKof tbeiinonj and Id llnrwtoeked with
lyiiK biqidiiH, 'llm lioiiKC 1h luijicand ct.mtno
dlous t be Mtihllhtf extt nih c and nale,
I he 1I u-e 1h h in.hed from M'cral jolntn on
the ClooiiKhurtf A Iinckawanna Halti-oadt nnddn
UMpb no id place to ru-h the hot timnilis or sum
iner, ii, , MAYlUHlHr,
May 17, IK-iui,
ij Ill.OOilSltritll. t'Obt.'MHf.V L'OfNTV. PA.
liui linjtili;in'd lmiUK puichiiMd I lilrt well.
Known nml i-I-iiIhi1K.1im-.ii.-I I.i.iik II... I nu-..
Hotel, Hltuate on MAIN iil.JVi.iii JttoumbuiK.
I In 1 1 ii dlulflv oniHwiii. tin. i ftriiiiii.il I t v i -..in i
HoiHe, iispvcUully fntoriut hin irlendt and the
inbhc In ufiicrnl thut Uih htairn Js imw In onh r
lor thn ri. caption uihI enit rlabotient of trnvelUin
whomay budtAposeil to i.ivor It with their i in-
oiii. ne iii)HKjaitu lioexiieu-' in pr.'parui tiie
-.tcliaiuie for the etitf i hibo-K.i.t ..r rlu mintti
ludthcr ftlnill thrrc be anything wnutliitE "'i bis
tari' ' imiiisiur io ineir pirwuiai eomrort, UH
lotl'-e U Miaelous, uiid . tiio mi mvi-.Hi m huxt.
tlmnilMis.-K run at all lime bdwein the V.x.
clrme Hotel ami the arIo s mil mud dciiol. by
u i ell irille eM wit I 1m t.nanntK iiiihi-ii to
and fioni the H'Hp,.t-tlvo M itb'im In dun time to
meet mucin. jihi.-h r. u.rnjvt ,
UloomsburK, March lso.1.
Q O h V aL 1 I A It O U S V ,
II IIltXA U 1) HTO II N IIIl.
HwiMt latclv Mirehasefl nnd lUhnl tin the
well-known Koblson Hotel Property, locnbtl a
1KW tmOKH AllOVi: TUr! (Ot'KT I0ff(t',
onthesnmo hide of tho street, tn tho town of
iiinomMiurtf; una iinMii obtained n iiccuso for
tho ame nit u
U K 9 T A UOl A X T,
Hie Proprietor has determined to clve to tho eo-
ie visiuni; mo iowii on nutmess or incisure,
A M1TI.H MOlti: ItOO.M.
Ills flabllnLr aNo U extensive, and Is fitted un
fo put buKulesaud earrlaccs hi the dry. He prom
Iscs that even thlmr aboiiL bis est abllshmt nt shall
be con Iticteil in an onh-ily and laUul manner;
and lie rctfpcctiully sollclt a Mi.iro of tjjojiubllc
)iairomi(;e, loyu oi-tnii.
21, l A liliUAH WA J , Y,
Opposite JJouliiiif GVti'ii.
ON THE K t KO I'liAS PLAN,
Til H Tf.vi-.vj llnt'Ht !h uell ntul U'ldolv linouMi
to thn ttiUt-lilii; public, 'ihe lin-ntloii Is enpeclnt
ly suitable to me ichuuts and business men ; It Is
in close proximity totho bulncss pirt nf the city
-U on the highway or Noiithi rn ami WcMein
tnuid and atljuci nt In nil the principal rail road
and steamboat depot.
l ne nieveus iiouse nas norrai nrmiiimooaiioii
for over :tul Kuvsts It Is well furnish" d, nml ms.
se.sses ecry nmdernte imprtictncnt for the corn
tort nnd entertainment of Its tnmales. Tho
rooms are npar-lonsaud well ventilated pi r It I d
ullliir.m unit Willi r the iitteiiibiuee Is oromitt
and respci ttnl .uid t! table Is cenerousiy pr-
tate l.ites. (lIO. K. i'HAMIJ A Cii.
Iiiyll tiT-'ilil.1 tToprielom.
ujAUiuii w. aiAi ui.it, rroi-rieior,
lbonbio wtll-Knowu hold ban iccentls'ioidtr-
t;one radical ebaui h in t Internal itliHnwhuuls,
and lt proprietor announees ft his former custom
and the? travel II im public that hiHamnd.it.oii-
r.r theeoniiorf or tit . miesiareMeou'i in none ui
theeimntry. HI 1nhl will ulwayi 1m found sup-
tho (Ullc.uk'.sor the seuou. Ills uluu and II-
ni ec i. not only wiiu hiiiHianuai looii. nm won mi
uiors (excrpt tunt poiui.tr t)cvirni-e Known as
' Mfli nru"). ourt-haseil illrect from the hnnortlnir
sonous'dnms. He Jslhntiicrul for a liberal patron
imo in ilio iniis i, ami win eomiiiuc to o eru ii in
tholuturc. tJKOUOU V., MAUCICIi.
r p II 10 s wan "hot iTiTT
lint: rrrnt itntHiv
niAN(u:vjr.T.i:, rouMw. ( a, pa.
Tbs Mihvei Iber re" feci full v Infoims hlslrli lid
nnd (he pnhlte, thai be has tak u the iibnw well
Miowti none ni i menaiuim in, niui win ix
nn'ril in ieeie ine uimiiih tn nil WW win
ioi him with a tall.
in: vm.i, unnp a noon taum:,
i l'.ar wi 11 stoe'ted with tie best of Liquors, and
vciy i Hurt Will be made to H 1Kb r nllre sntls
tctlon. .ItHIN HNVInnt.
firatiireIl!c, Ii., Mmch P'iT-lm.
J,1 XCIIA Nil H S A 1 A )X,
i Mi: I'mprh-lnr (if th,' rxi-Ii.iuijcKtiotm Imn ikiw
i,:i h.ui'I n l-iitv tUif'.i of
.r.MMin: iimu MniK.viu,
sen t'n f.siiiii, sMiniMs, ruirj:, i.itun ?.ah
Hin.i:r tumi r 1 , i.,m.t n h.i,, 1 menu nni ik.
I.AOI'.ll IlKKlt, AI.K, AC.
ri- 1 omi: os'i:, ('omi: am. aku ,si:i;. -(.n
llliiiiilKlmrc, Mi'.v :i, 1-1".
IJOIIK i:si'Y IIOTKI,,
JJ-l'l, I 111 Ml,
Tin ml n-ill 1 r ipm'ui fully lull trnwliU frlt-iitl.
unit th, 1 ill.lU', llittt (ie InKui 111. lit ui c nt-ll
knniui II0111.,, nl I'tilt rliiluiiu ut. nml Mill I,,'
ll-h,,l III H'll-iM' llll' UIMIIII 1 1 nil m Ji.. will
ltl I'l l.lltl M llll II I llll.
Hi: WII.I. Kl:l I- A liOUI) taiii.i:,
n llnr u II stix'lccil u llll Hit1 lie. t nt 1,1'ilifil., mi'l
i(l. illoil i ,11 Li' iiiiiili' tn ri'iiili'r flitlr K.itl
liic'llcn, W.M. lli:.MI...V.
.py, I'll., Atirll u, IM.7.
niiAMiiivii.i.i:, riu.oniiA nimy, i-a.
ISUAKI. Ml'M.MA, l'llOl-IIIinOK.
llitln tnlviti l.f-i-M f.lr.n of thin iill-ltlifilili
l.iniM', mi loim Ki 1 1 11) Milium 1 1 mi It, tln I'm-
I l' I 1 I HIS I '111 III II 1H I II I II 111 111 1 1 I'll 11 IIIlllIllllllSll.
.1 I1A11 AM) I AUDI'lt Willi II i.il.i.liiKtlliiiil.ri.
nml 111 111 st delli licit s. Ills t.tnl.1, N lint ixii'IIh,!
111 tin iiiiniy : m ii mi t'luiiH Milt Miircit tn
ii,-i'liililuiliitt. uui-M.. nl-rVC
J 1'iitiiiii.kii, Tn, '.
I'lio iiImiyo Hotel him lutrly liclll liliri-hiiii-il hy
Iir.NUV.I. CI.AllK.illliI 1"H In-i ll lliuliilllilily 11-
iiiiHlelli'it, rppnln-il, mul ufill'liSliiNl. It will Im
fun ml now, lit llHiitrulii;i'iic.lit mul iip,iiliitiiiiiitt
11 tlrKt.:is4 Ituttl, mill hrrnnil to nunc In tlii.
ciiiililry. lVrhiiusln uIIUh wWliln,:liibK.i,l Urn
lint muutlis In thu country, will tin mtI to imc
tin. roirlrtnr n i-nll.
UIK uxiox uoti:i,,
A rill Html, lift'i-,.,1!! Tlllrii una 1-iiurtli Hti.-et.,
Q 1 UAUD iToUHl- ' "
C'nriier nf Nlntli ntul CtKHlniit Hlriti,
H. W. ICANAfIA,
W NIlllTll l-nri'.TII KIllKl.T,
,1. A W. (I. M'KHIlll.V, 1'inprliliir,
Mny l', 1-CT-ly.
To Until nml Snluon U. vn I . of lllooiu..
ImiK nml I'nluiiililii f.'inmty, 1 lmvo npiululia,l
Mr, JI. bloliuur niinit lor Diti.iiliMif nii-iili, porter
liuwn .ti'Ut.uiul lBcr 1'i-vr, wlm ulH fcupply ,vu
nt tlin i-Mine prlcrf (uui) with the Minn) nrtii lil, in 1
uoiil.l film Mi on from the hrewery, Kiuiwlnc
llmt lie Mill Im piinettml nnd ntteutlTe to nil ivho
mny fiiior mm with their Irmle, I mil lilt lor him
yourHiipiHirl, Nery rehpilfully,
htnim llrewery, Uenillti..', I'a,
I.AKr.MAN. (', II, IIII.UNIIKIl. H. 11, All! MAN,
HT.MAX, HII.I.IXOKU & CO.,
mi. sal Miirrii i ll 1 11 1. Brui:lT,
(.Viiirj i';7"i(.' Jiluitu, Knit, Aaiifcf ( (l,.)
WIioIchiiIc DenlirH In
Y.MtN", HAVrlNd, W'AllWNU, CAltririH,
mi. i iiirim, hiaiuji, ri.v ni.ih,
UltAIN llAfiB, ('OIII)A(li:, AO. AIX),
WIM.0W; AND WOOIIKN WAIll.',
lllllOlll, UltMill, J.OOklhU ULAULM, til',
I1 R 15 COLUMBIAN,
is i i iu.i-tn.n Kvi.fiY rmnAY moiinimi at
llt.OO.MSlIt UOf PK.N..
Tl IK pi litei pies of l Ills paper are of the.leirerKou
bin School of politic. 1 hosu priori pics will iihvii
ljecoijiproinlcd,yclc!'iutuy ond kliub-K Hhall
not m InrRottenln discussing them, whether wllh
Individuals, or with conLmjorarie4 of tho Presn
Tho iiHlty, !itipp!licss,und proscHty of the eotin
tfy Is our ulin and object? nnd ni the tu"nns to
secure that, wo tdmll labor honest lymidtfiriieslly
for I he harmony, success niid(;fowlh of our on;an
Irntlon, Tvnft hPRPimfitti'TloMf Tw'oMi.llnrs linear
If pal I In ndtftncW If not pidd InuuHance two
ilollars and Ilfty etnts will be Invariably chared,
1 h:Ms)h Aiv ntist:,'uf 6i,enjUHre(t( ii1lnc
orlesiotioor thn e Inscttluiirt 11,50; each suliso
tUctit IlieHloii o) ient4.
mAtf Im. :
,'IM. f,M, IV.
81.11 id.i.l i lO.oi
11,1m 11,10 4,U)
10,00 11,(0 ai,m
n,n im.oii .'lu.nii
'.ii.oii :),( mi,i
Two squares n,Hl
I'hrr e Kfitiarc-J S(w
our sqitans iJ)
Half column H Hi.oo
One column l.yn
htei-utorn nnd AdmlnlKtrator'H Notice, J,t,oi), An
lltor'H Notice 32,.V), Other uiUcitKemeiiU lusei-
tcd iKcnrdlns tospechil contract.
Ilusl'U'KH notice, without tid vert Isement, twenty
eenlH per line.
Transient mlveitUimcnta paynblc Inndvuncc-
all nthc r iip nflcr the tlrst Inserttoti.
It l, in uU CfMct, more likely t( bo natlsf.ie-
tory, both to sublet Ibers nnd to tho I'libllshers,
that remit tnnce-omd nil conimunlcnt Ions respect
liu; tho business of thepKfcr, bo sent direct to the
oirleeof pub lent Ion. All letter, whether relnttnn
to the editorial or business conrernnnf the papr,
and nil iHiyment for s-uTiscrlptioni, advertlnlnn,
or Jobbing, are to be made to nnd addressed
ItKOUKWAY A PltKr.ZK.
rrlntcl at Itoblson's Ilulldlns'. nt nr the Court
House, by tit . f, Vanokksmcf,
Kham; It, HNYDt.lt.
Nr-Atly exeniliNl nt IliN fltllcc.
.moil :.- r, v-AT-r, a w,
Avhliinil, Srlni 11:111 fuunty, reiurn.
jJ K. JACKSOX,
A 1 i I 1 1 i lil - A I 1 1 A V ,
llcrwlclr, Cohinibln County, Pcnifa,
jJ M. THAHiH,
A 11 UU.-s i'i i A 1 -I. A W,
lierwlck, Ctdumbla County, IVun'a.
7.U.LUVJ1 11. Aiuurrr,
ATTO USE T-AT-f. A '
A T TOU N K, Y A T I. A W ,
Olllfii with 1' II. Utile. In hrlelc hull.lliiir 11.I.
InllllliK I'ost llltle,-. -liiiuutleH, Uuk-Viiv ull.l
rell.tolls eolKelci, i.elOI 07.
loifx u. iiii:i:z"K.
A T T I ) I ! -V 1 : Y - A T I, A W,
(Ulleelll lltTji-ler nil, I Ktwu.lr'M olllee, In the
kiM'tni lit of the Court IIou.e, rilnoiul.ur, -u,
oiir.itT i", eiiAinc,
ATTOHNi: Y-A'l-I.A V ,
iiill.e mrner of .M.ilu mul .Muiket KirtvtH, our
I irnl .Wlllollill ll.llllc, llloolllltlllK. 1 11.
U. h. H. KLINK,
A irrniluate of .Telfrrhoii ff,1U-n1 ('fitln-. (Mill.
adetphla, lmlm; peinmticnilv loeah d, ot!ei bis
piolesslontl nTviees to the eltl. us ot Cutnu Jmi
anil vicinity. Otllcooii Alain strwt, nerond door
east of Creasy A John's lhilldlmr. apr-Vi7-tim
A I T O It K i: Y A T . I A V,
Otllce 011 Main street, in brick building below the
C ourt Hoiiho, llloomdmrt:,Pu.
i H. MUOOKWAV.
ATTOUN;y at r.A w,
Wtn-liT-Court House Allev. Iilmv ttie fh.
UtuAUt. lllee, IJnnliJ.
j it. itonisox,
A T T O II N tt V-AT-IjA W ,
IMlb-e III Pnanmt'H IhllldiliL' Mnlu f-treet. Went
ot the Amcrli-uu Houc, myirc
r t 10 x i: 1: n.
Halnr foltrtvel the lrortdnn of 1'obllc Ven-bic
Crier for mnny ear, would Inform his fib in Id
that he Is mill In the Held, ready and wlllliu b
attend to all tho dalles of his calllm;. 1'ethonw
desirlii'j his sei vices should uill or write to blm
at liIiHuubui Pji, imaiVi.7.
1 ite AssiM.mi .'Medical Pireitor a,H, Army,)
PII V M t; I A N A N 1 S U U(i HON,
Ofllco at tho.houMi'ppposlto8hi'.j Illnck,
Ciill-s piomptly atteinied to both nfbt and day.
Hh)omMi-g, Jan. IS, I-7.
p iVT iamsiiT7
IIAUNIH, KUlU:, AN1 TUl'.VK
and ih-nler In
LAiti'irrUAns, vawiw, i'i.vNirrH, jr..
Main (Street, Itloi msburij,
s 1 v i:
U A 11 I N li T .M A K li It,
AM" NAMTACTt'ltKIt II V hTIIAM MY
SASH, IU.1XDH, noons,
S 11 U T T i; U Sf M o U L ll I N (IP,
WINDOW I'ltAJIl, M
Jump . IH.T
g v. coi.i.ix.s
.SHAVIXn, JI A l II CUTTIXO
uur VMiuu)ir A Juiohy'M Im t'rinin Huloon,
llnlr Jllellur mul WliUKeiN eolort-il Mil, k or
Iiiom u. Iliilr'lonle in ilehtio) iliitiilruif iiii.t I. an
till Ihk Hie linlrt Mill rotore tmlr to ll orlKlnnl
eolor w Ithout Hilllutt the llne.l fuhrle. iuiNtuutly
on huliil, nplU'ti7,
K. K A V A l K
watchmai;i:h and ji:vi:uiy,
.Uulii Mint, mar the (Vurf llvuue,
i'.mitiinl1y on liainl n line an.nrtm?nt
AMliltlL'AN ANll hWIHH WATOHUH,
Clorlis, Jeiiihy, Blluriiiiro uiul Hiettaelo
I'lUtlciilnr iilliiitlcn pii I.I to I he niulrlUK
WuliliiH, i'l. ii Li, Jewelry uud fpectKclen,
44' MuMinlo umika made, to orilur. All wurli
TIIK C.NDKIi DOU IX TIIK PK-lt T.
flV JiAVlh IIAItKKU.
I know that the world, that the Kfcal.blif world,
Protit tho pcnfeanl tip totho kltiK,
lias ULflf rent talo from Jhe title ( tell,
( A!"Jni,tnil"crcnt eong to, iliitf.
ilut or.mc aiut I enre not a Mnte flir,
If they ny t at" wroniror rUht
I shall nlwayfl Mjtor the untkir din:,
Por tho underdog In the f 11 it,
I know thai the world, thnt the yrcnt, bin world,
Wilt never n moment stop
Tosco which dog may" bo In tho fnutt,
Jfiit will shout lut the dofc on top.
Ilut tor me, I ncvr pl.nll kioso to ask,
Which dotf may bo In tin rlhl.
Tor my licnrt ullt Wat, w hile li bents nl nil,
For Ihn MttnVf do In llio fluht.
rcrVhrink' whftt Pvosnldl lind Iwttcr tiot wild,
Clrt wrf belter I hod nld It lnco,
Hut with heart olid with glrtM filled rhotlc to
Here's hc.dth to tile bn'ttr. do.
A VOt NO WinOU'IX WKKDS.
Iter shnwl was ns pable us nrfdiilKht,
And her ulovcs wore ns dark lis bcr.sliawj (
'And lierjeweUthat tlnshut In thought
Were hhu-kas a luneral J
Her robe had tho hue of the rest,
illow nicety It fitted berslmpot;
And the KrUf that wn.s heaving tier breast
Ilolled oertn Mllown of crape.
1 could not help thinking thebenuly,
In moutnltiK (lie loved and the lost,
Was doliiK her conJiiKal duty
Imtlrety rccnrdtcs of cost.
THE POLITICAL SITUATION.
SjHech (if libit, Gcofge 11, Pendleton to
the People of Minnesota, delivered ut
.St. Paul, Jul; UtiTte Demo
cratle Parti, Pant, Present,
attd PuturcThe A'roes
sitics and Duties of
.(-.) .Ct'., Ac, Ac.
I thank vim for this frk'iiillv trroct-
ne. 1 liavi- Air n lull; timu tlcnlri-tl to
visit thi'.iii iit'W X'ortliwi'sti'rn Stiitcrt.
1 1 1 ii I lii'iird who 1ms not'.' of tho fer
tility of tholrsoll, of Hie U'tmty of tlu ir
sreni'ry, of tliu lifaltlifuliicm of tlu-ir
cliiiiiitc, of tlio wonderful development,
wiiieii nas, in ii ny inu niacin oia luiry's
Miiul, I'onvcrteil their forests into far'iiis
nml eltle.s. I luul reuil from one who
wrote with a master's nower. of these
ureateentral plains, whvre thu St. Law
renee mul the Ml-1 ippl kUs each oth
er liofuro tlinv sfMiiirntii fur thole tmii.
Journeys to the oeeatis, above which tho
.inn in lis -.eniiii oeenis io linger in ail-
miration lor a moment in its ceaseless
cour.-o to tlio I'neiili:, whero tho iev
lilaMsof tho Xorth are melted to cool
liree.es In tlui warm embrace of sultry
winds of tho South, and where under
the influence of nil tli'tit Is beautiful in
nature nnd all that is Imnressive in the
character of a people iniiile tip of all the
families of our.C'aucnslan race, the soul
of tuf A'merlcan-i.eitii'.en rlwes to thu
lull measure of his country's opportuni
ties and his own duties. Ilut 1 wished
to seo llieiu wlth'iny own eyes, to know
them by my own experience, that I
illicit, by thu Intimacy of personal as
siiciatiou, warm up still more, if that is
pos-lble, tho fervur of my patriotism,
anil add one more to the unnumbered
ties of Direction and admiration and in
teicst which bind my heart to my coun
try. I desired especially to visit Min
nesota, for, like him to whom X have
alluded, I was ouo of those, who aided
In ndmlttint; her to the Union np
plauie and welcoming her to tlio full
jk) c .ion of all the powers and rights
and dignities of the original Stales,
When your committee invited inn to
meet hero to-day, vv-t numbers, not on
ly of my countrymen, hut of that por
tion of them who aro otto with me In a
common political f.illh, ouo with mo In
opinion as to the true administration of
the government, with tho assurance
they would give men hearty welcome,
I detei mined at onco to gratify my
wMi. And mi 1 came, threading tho
valley of tlio .Miami, traversing the fer
tile tarms of Indiana, tho vast prairies
of Illinois, tiie teeming green Ileitis and
pliture-iiue lakes of WlM-oiisin, across
the .Mi-slisipiii with Its castellated
lilull's, acrois the upland plains of your
river counties, eariieted with the mutt
brilliant wild dowers, and laden witli
the weight of tlio coming harvest, to
II uc t in your attractive city, in this une
ijuatlod scene, at thu very threshold of
your peerless Slate, every pr'nmi-e of
grandeur and beauty fulllllcd, and every
anticipation more than realized. (Cheers)
In Ohio they aro fund of telling us that
thu Democratic, party is dead. Tho
newspapers' assert It, the stump speak
ers nnnounco It, tho State Convention
annually preaches its Itinera! sermon
titnl writes its opllaph. If their wishes
were con-ulted it would not only be
dead but damned also. (I.oud Cheers.)
The Democratic party (Uad 1 1 Within
a month I lmvo been to thu far Kast. I
have seen thu bravo ami constant and
1 have seen thu Democrats of Connecti
cut Jubilant over llio result of tlio Into
conlllct. (Cheers.) I have seen thu
Democrats of Xcw York and l'ennsyl
vaiiia, and Ohio, marshalling their pow
ers for tho contest in October. 1 lmvo
cen tho Democrats of Kentucky vigor
ous, unfaltering in the very midst of
their light, anil everywhere, whether
hi the Ka-t or in thu South, or the great
central States In every condition,
whether enjoying the fruits of victory,
or gathering up their lories alter tho
prisstiru Of defeat, or putting on lliear
niur for another struggle, 1 tint! it a liv
ing, vigorous, energetic pa' ty ; and hero
a tliuii'-aml miles' away, in tho great
Xorthwcst, I lind tho saiiio party, sus
tained by the saiiio courage, animated
by tlio sauio hope, and vitalized by thu
same devollon to tlio prlncliiles and
form of government which lmvo fur
seventy years permitted nduvoloiienient
of individual liberty and collective
prosperity without parallel In tho histo
ry of tho world, Moro truthfully now,
perhaps, than over before, may wo say
iliat our party is neither sectional nor
local, but that In all tho Union, from thu
Atlantic tn tlio l'aclllc, from tho Lakes
In the (iulf, there is not n Statu or coun
ty nor township, nor town, nor neigh
horhood, nor family, nor household.
In which It has not an adherent and
member. The Democratic party di-atl 1 1
It can never tlio ho long as free govern
ment shall uxlit. Thu active, vigorous
being of tho ono Is tho essential condi
tion of tlio existence of tho other. So
long as tho human heart aspires to ame
liorate tlio Ills of life; so long as gov
ernment Is cnulldcil to thu collective
wisdom and will of thu people, rather
than to the unlimited discretion and lr
resistible power of onu man, so long
will there lie u liartv which seeks to In.
i rea-o tho liberty of tho citizens and to
tiiiiiint-.il me power tit mo government:
to cnlaiL'O tho snliero of his active de
velopment, and to reduce tho restraints
which are inijui-eu upon mm ; to grati
fy his bono ot liberty, and to make cf
fectlvo ids liato of tyrrany. Tlicro is
such a parly In Ijiglaud to-tlny, anil It
wrests froi u government a largo reform
In the matter of repri-seiitatlon. There
is such a Party In Fraiuu tu-day, and
Hie tliunilei's ol lliu i riounu cause sleen
less nights at the Tuilleries. Tlieru Is
such a party even In Hussla to-day, nnd
Hi,, f Vu e irrimta llllltiest V t.. I 'ill twl, m. Irl.
ots, (Cheers.) There Is mcli a party In
Austria to-iiiiy, unit iia icaucr oxenan
go.s every recognition of tho right of tlio
Mouse of JlatMhurir to thu throne of Ht.
Stephen for a concession to tho rlghlslof
mu peopiu ot Hungary, ntcro is siit n
a party In America to-day, nnd it IllsNIs
upon tho rigid adherence tt) the prov
ions oi our written constitution, anil
the primary elemental principle oft
(-quality of tho States. (Loud Applau
And never In all our history has thou:
geticy of thu country demanded t'riJm
thnt party stlch an exhibition of all Its
strength, all its intelligence, all lis v
luo as now. I'm- never not In thu eilr.
ruption of slothful ease, not In a lujid
excitement of n dllllcult nnd doubtful
war, have Us InMlttitlnns been so ruth
lowly attacked, and Its liberties so great
ly Imperiled. Itseiieuileshaveobtalnd
IHjsscssion of the powers of tho govern
ment anil Wield them for Its destruction.
(Applause and dissent.) I ilo not spi tik
unadvisedly. I mean what I say. ' I
measure my words. I d j not luipdtu
bad motives, nor iuestlon thu sincerity
of convictions, liui repeat It, tie
men who arc In possession of the gov
ernment nro Its enemies, and it Is their
deliberate purpis-y to overthrow Its
constitution and change Its form. (Cif.u
tinned cheers.) Though I speak to) a
party meeting to-dny, I wish to speak
In no narrow, hitter, koctarlan hoiio.
1'artlcs nru Inevitable whero opinion is
tree. They are necessary whero opinion
Is to bu carried into legislation. They
are benellclal when patriotism gh'es
them direction, and moderation curbs
their excesses. Thcirillciilliieaud 6r
gaulzatlon aro tho condition of their
vigor. My experiencu in life begds
more and more conlldcncoln men's mo
tives, nnd leads mu to expect the most
extravagant opinions as to policy, com
bined with tho purest aspirations for
tho public welfare. Attached to tho
principles and organization of a groat
party myself, because my Judgment up
proves them, I expect to lind ciual zilal
for a like good reason In others. And,
therefore, 1 desire not to wound sensi
bilities, hut to appeal to thu reason and
conscience and judgment alone.
Thu foundation of thufedcral syitcm,
that which mado its organization possi
ble and Its administration benellclal, is
that the powers of the government nru
all granted, and therefore, are limited
that the States have equal rights and
equal duties, aro equals In their relation
to thu federal government, and equal Us
sovereign self-governing States; and
yet wo pee ten States not only deprlvtd
of all voice In the government of the
Union, hut deprived of all powers of
self-government and subjected to tlio
will of military commanders. And li'o
nro told this is an Incident and conse
quence of tho war'.' Let us nee. Tho
war came upon u I will not trace Its
catiso or mark Its progress avowedly It
was a war on the one side to withdiuw
from tho Union ; on tlio other side to
maintain It. Mr. Lincoln, Mr. Seward,
and Congress atlirmed it. "Armed
force," said Mr. Lincoln, "had disturbed
the practical relations of tho States to
the federal government. That force
must bo met and overcome, nnd then,
these relations will lie. restored." "Lt t
members of IhoSuimtoand of the House
return and bo welcoinu to occupy Un
seats which they left vacant," said Mr.
Seward "tho rights anil dignity, and
equality of tho States shall remain un-
inipaireii," sain mo resolutions in con
gress. It would, pcrhap-, be too miicli
to expect innt in tne miiisi oi suen n
...... .,.,t!.. i,l,l,l .j i...
strained by reason1, ami all tiio rich if
government no sept wiiiim constitu
t onal nuts, certain It many Du
al acts were committed. The rights of
Individuals weru trampled upon, tlio
rights of Stales were disregarded. Hut
these acts weru strenuously defended as
beiiiL' local, or at least as bclnir access
ary. They weru alleged to no inciden
tal to a condition oi war. ami wouni
.-i-oso ivlion Hie u-iii-(-onsi-il. Anil Ifiniv
of you ventured to suggest that tlis
was not tlio teacning oi History, you
Were delicately called coniu-iiieail. dis-
Ioval. and tho idea that thu object or
ellect oi tin- war count lie to cnange tin
Constitution or system of government
was loudly ami constantly denied. The
war came to ail end: tho armies of the
Confederates were ilel'ea'od. The armed
force was met and overcome. Sherman
nnd Johnson met In Xorth Carolina.
Their truce dlsiierced the forces of the
Confederates, and lett in full operation
thu laws oi'tho federal government over
ill thu hi-iTitetl Mates, i ins was me
logical conclusion of thu war. Xo plan
of reconstruction, no aniendnients to
the Constitution were needed. Ibis
broke down every barrier Io the legiti
mate oxcrclsu of lodoral authority. Tills
restored thu Union. Th s re-instated
practical relations of the States. Hut It
was liisttantly rejected. Then thel're-l
dent devoloiicd his nlan of recoiistruc
tlnii. it consisted oi an aiiieiiiiineni oi
thu Statu Constitution ri ptidlating the
throughout tho States. Thu Stales
adopted It, and yet tho Union was not
restored, uont'rcns urn ioei t oeii isii-
tutlonal amendment ol 'Ml whereliy the
Stntes were to be ni ido to purchase- peace
and nower h.v the surrender of all con
trol over tho right of sutlY.igo, and all
objection to thu civil nights bill. And
beforo the-o terms were fairly under
stood, Congress propounded aiiothor
plan, ami to sen that tliu work was well
done thu new Congress met in extra ses
sion on the Ith of March -, and to till up
any cruvlce which time might open
through which ono single ray of pop
ular light might shine In upon the peo
ple, meets again in eirases-ionsoii mo
Ith of .lulv. This plan abolishes the
Statu governments. It tihjicts llio
people to mere military nespoiism. u
subjects thu people to more milllarv
despotism. It gives the light of still-
rage to uiu enirancui-eii negroes, mm
lakes It nwav Irom the white men. It
degrades tho Statu governments from
their equality in tlio union, itno irom
their nosltloii as inotectors of tho rights
of their citizens. It subverts and des
troys tho Constitution of thu United
States, and then holds out to tho iieoplo
the hopo that If they will chrerftilly ue-qule-co
In these thing-, Iftboy will not
only patiently submit, hut if they will
Willi alacrity aim zeai nun graiiiunu
appear to bo happy to submit to them,
then unless Congress changes Its mind
unless another plan shall bo suggested
unions thu conuseutlun of Mr, Stevei)s
shall bo throught a filling reward for
supcrscrvlceablo loyalty they may bu
pernillieii to ici negroes eu-ci aim nu
inltiNter a State government over them.
and clioosu members who shall bo ad
mitted to seals In thu Senate anil Home
of Jteprosuiialives. (Cheers.) And this
Is not all. The States thus held in mili
tary despotism, thus coiiipelleil ny ty
ranny, as relentless as ever applied tho
rack or turned thescrew.to cliango their
own constitutions nru thou to boused (o
amend thu constitution of the Culled
tnaiuil you in vt iv.'oiisiu,nun ns in mini,
a government which wo do not approve.
Three-fourths: of thu States alone c.in
amend tliu Constitution of thu United
Stales, Twenty-six States drive tun
out of tho Union. A majority of thu
twenty-six harass and oppress thu tun
until they will consent to change their
constitution admit negro sutl'mge, sur
render all reserved power, and yield
Implicit obedience to their will. They
will then admit them to the Union and
iiso their concurrent votes to change thu
federal Constitution sons to Introduce
negro sull'iago and federal lntcrfeience
In thu States. Do I state this too stiuiig
lyV Congress meets now In extra sess
ion nt great trouble to its members,
and vast e.penu to thu people and
for what? For thoblnglu, Mmplc, avow
ed nurnosu of conferring morn absolute
and despotic power on thu military coili--
manners, ureat iieaveusi llavu tlify
not enough power already? Tho civil
government, the tenure of olllee, the
rules of trade, the maintenance of ordtfr,
tho administration of Justice, thd will
of habeas corpus aro subjected to thir
will. Tho State ulllcers must obey them
or they will ho removed. The colitis
must rentier Judgment according !to
their dictation, or they will bo closiil.
Tho sheriifs must execute the penallli-s
they presenile, or a llle of soldiers will
taki) their places. And Congress meiits
to give them moro nower on tho eve of
that very day wheii tho colonies Justin
ed their separation from the mother
country on the ground that the King
"had ntleeted to tender the mlllhd-v
Independent of. nnd stinerior to. tlio
civil power" (Continued cheers.) And
tiiey commence incir worn tiy exclud
ing from Congress, without any gnul
reason, without a decent pretext ofjial
liatlon. thu retireseut.itivi-s from iveh-
tucky. And why Isall this ruin wrouul?
is It to punish treason nnd makuit odi
ous'.' Theso aru intelligent men they
know human nature -they have read
history. They know tlmt men will
rebel when they have causes nf dlseon
tent. They know that neither liunrls.
oniucnt nor stripes unr exile nor death
restrain ino people oi i-oianu or nun
gory or Ireland from rebellion. They
know that the fear of these punishments
will no moru curb thucil'orts than It will
itiench tho aspirations for freedom.
They know that treason Is tho protest
of lllicrty against tyranny. (Loud np-plau-e.)
Is it to do Justieu to the negro
mul to accord to blm the enjoyment of
natural rights'.' If tho negroes woiildas
sured v vote with the Deinocratli; nartv
and thus restore it tlio power, would
tiieso gentlemen ue so pminiiitiropic
and insist on negro sull'iago us a con
dition of reconstruction'.' (Cries of no,
not much.) Is sullrage a natural right'.'
here then is tho authority to withold
It from tho minor, from the woman,
from the alien? Lifo liberty, and the
pursuit of htliiplnessuicinnllcnahle.aiid
mey aru accorueu io women, una mi
nors, and aliens as well as men,
courts aru open fo their security to all i
aiiKo. noes sunrago staiiii on tnu same
looting . T lio states navo ino power to
admit negroes to vote, and then they
aro counted in tno election ot ledcral
olllcers. Why not argue tho quc-Uon
before that tribunal ? and thus accom
plish thu puposo if at all, in a constitu
tional manner? Xo gentlemen 1 These .
aru not thu purposes oi tins plan oi re
construction, ii is to revolutionize mo.
government. It Is to destroy the States.
it Is to li ii 1 1 1 1 up a great central govern
ment. These Republicans hate tho
constitution they hate limitations on
power. Tiiey natu to comply with
i ,t .rnn.. ... ti, i.in ..i-
centralized power. They want a gov
ernment so framed that ll will feel tlio
least iniiiu suol tlio will of thu inn or tv.
and so strong that it may Instantly ex
cute it. They prefer to conlldu to thu
absolute will of an unbridled and irres
ponsible malority tho life, and liberty.
and property of tho citizen rathir llian
ui ino euro ami proieciioii oi me amies.
They think that hecau-e they control
the power of that malority now, they
will wield it forever. Tlio forget thai.
ten years ago tiiey invoked llio Slates
to pass personal liberty hills to protect
them from the power (iflho federal gov
ernment. They forget tlmt whin pow
er is eonlldcd it is tired ns tho passions
of the limes diiect. They desiro also to
introduce a nuw political element Into
our system, and to handover the abso
lute control of six States of thu Union
thu largest wealthiness.thejuiost produc
tive o! thuMouth, to thu lately enfran
chised negro. It Is not a question of
negro voting only. It Is the absolute
surrender of theso States the con
trol and government of the negro. It
Is thu transfer of political power to them.
Jt is ino sUDsiiiuuoii oi ineir ignorance
and Incapacity ainl Inexperience ntul
pas-lous inr the discipline and ex peri
eiicuof the w bite mail, It isthedegrada
tion of tiie government totho level of
thesu voters, and tho destruction of the
value and pin Ity of tlio ballot by con
ferring It so lavishly on all side.-. It is
tiie exasperation ami embltteringof the
spirit of races by subverting their nor
mal and accustomed positions and pla
cing the Intelligence ami superiority of
the ono under tilt-control of thu number.-,
of tho other. In one word, the
whole system of reconstruction advoca
tdl by thu llepublleau party thn test
which they set up of loyalty and Intel
ligence consisting of siillrngu on tin
negro In all tho States, nml thu abso
liiie transfer tohlm till the political pow
er of six States. Is this wio? Is it
stale-manlike'.' Shall it he adopted'.'
Will it rcstoro peace and order and fra
ternal feeling, and stlmul.tte Industry
to lepair the lavages of war? Will it
conduce to that stability in legislation,
that harmony In society, tlmt hopeful- i ed, thesoclal fabric Is shattered thecoiu
iiess of the iuliiro which are essential to menial prosperty is utterly gone fami-
a prosperous community? I nildrc-s
you for the iiioineiitslmplyasXoithern
inen,as a Xorthern ciiiniiiiinlly. 1 leave
otitol view the feelings ami wishes utul
inteicsts of tho pioplu of thu Soutn. I
nuilii' no appeal to your seu-e of Ju-tliti
or your fraternal tilled Inn for men of our
lineage and lace. 1 addicss the ones.
tlou to your Imiiiitllate and peisoual
and material interests. Will It tend to
lucica-e the pio-pority and happine-s i sm, the chli-fct aim of statemanshlp,
of this community? Will Minnesota, should bu to culm tliu passions and allav
will Hie Xorth, be inadi'strougeror freer the exitspiiatlon.aiid 11 it wircpos-llife
or more eonleuieil by pursuing to the i lo ell'.ico the veiy iiii'innry of the war.
very end, this change of our govern- Till policy of reconstruction adds ills,
mental mid political system? iCiies of honor to defeat, nibl-tho sting of degra
"Xo! Xo!"; I have said this policy i d.itiim to the bitterness of stihuilssion.
ubjects -Ix Stntes to tho domination ot
thu negroes. They will have liumedl
ately tiie right of stilfragu; they will
lmvo inevitably and necessarily the
right to hold olllee. They will have
greater political privileges than you
confer upon women, upon your sons
who nre twenty years of age, upon in
telligent, apil educated icslilelits of for
eign birth, They will lmvo a majority
ot voters, Will tho laws of the federal
government alfecting this community
bu moru benellcent when they aru sub
jected to the liillueiiiu of such voters?
Will tliu presence of lllty members of
tho House and twelve Senators, elected
by such constituencies, Inspire you
with mure conlltlcuco in tlio wisdom of
the laws or tho purity of tlio govern
ment? You are an agricultural people.
Your produits aro bulky: they follow
naturally tho channel of cheap freights:
your best markets are on thu bunk and
at tho moulh of the Mississippi river;
your Interests require tlmt tho column
iillles whom you feed should bo rich
and prosperous and populous that their
policy should bo peaceful, and slahle,
and wise that their Industry should
be active Ihelr civilization advanced
their laws ctl'i'dlvo. Your ailvantago
is to be found, not only in selling lor
money but In making exchanges for
tho products of their Industry. Will
the value or the iilca-up-ofyour liner
course Im enhanced by this substitution
of the uegioes for the whites 111 politi
cal power I Wu nie lold that the Inter
ests of tliu Nurlh lequlio haimuuy and
repose, ami that tosecure these wo must
have guarantees against another rebell
Ion, Will this change all'iinl any guar
aut' u ? Will the negroes hu always qui
et aiulhubnilsslviiauil self-iestralnliig?
Will they possess always a luvercnco
lor leiierai law lias tiiere ins-n no io
biillou, no levolutlou lu llaytl? lias
l.ngland had no trouble in .laiuaea
or Is it a part of tills plan of peace that
they shall restrain the tmbulcucu of
wliltu race, and bo to them a perpetual
mciiaie. (iimrauteu of pence! Presi
dent Arista In the height of his power
at the head of (lie republic exclaimed
"unhappy Mexico she Is doomed to the
agony oi perpetual aunrcny ny tne con
lllcts of her race." There can bu no
gurralilee except Justice, good govern
mcnt.alxetico of all causes of discontent
ayu even of discontent Itself. And In
thu many wrecks which are Mrown
along the pathway of history, there Is
inehuiclioly proof that even these will
notalways Hiifllce. Kternal activity of
thu human Intellect is tho condition of
Its vigor. Heposo Is stagnation stag
nation Is death. We need not wonder
that Its ceaseless motion falls sometimes
In an Howard nnd onward stcn. Its
eil'orts aro the parent of all progress. Its
struggles nut all things to the cruel test.
Its touch Is the great dl-isolvant of com.
mingled trutliaiidcrroranil that It. should
sometimes stimulate to acts of apparent
or even real evils, to causeless rebellion
against our good nnd wUo government
Is hut tliu li idge of Its human lullrmity.
Hut suppose) this work fully ncconi
plUltedi suppose tho government thor
oughly consolidated i suppose tho Con
stitiittonal Amendments adopted, and
lteconstruelion perlecled on tlio basis
proposed. It will be strong enough to
execute the Civil ltlghts Hill, strong
enough to execute tho duties assumed
lo themselves now by thu military own
mnuders. It will have a large army
and a largo navy. The number of Its
civil employees' will be lncnused, and
they will bespread os'er and through
out thu country, ns welt ns collected at
Washington. Thu power of the Presi
dent will ho vastly enhanced, ntul the
subjects of tho attention of Congress
will bo ten-fold multiplied, Will Uie
government be better or safer or more
economical than tho (ino wu have here
tofore had'.' Will there bu fewer taxes,
or lighter burthens, or less corruptions?
Thu taxes collected by tliu government
la-t year were II vo hundred and eighty
millions. Will they be less? The tax
es collected by Kngland ninounlcd to
four hundred anil eighty millions.
The taxes collected by Franco won
lliicuhundred and ninety millions. You
p. ty ouo hundred millions more than
Ktiglaud. one hundred and ninety mil
lions more than France. Do you want
this excess slill greater?
properly, real and personal, as a taxable-basis
amount to forty thousand mil-
Hons ofdollars, Ureat llrltaln has prop
erty real and personal, amounting to
thlrtv-slx thousand million-. The Uni
ted states lmvo property of tlio same
Kind amounting to sixteen thousand
millions. 1-ranee and I'.uglaiid pay no
more local taxes, whllu thu people of the
United States, In addition to the sum 1
have stated, pay for tho State and coun
ty and municipal taxes nearly two hun
dred and lllty millions. Will this
elmiige n-iluco our taxes? Do you lie-
liuve our llnancial system will bu Im
proved? The national lleht exceeds
twenty-live hundred millions, and the
annual Interest Is not far from one hun
dred and forty millions, Uach sixteen
years the amount of Interest thus paid
Is almost as great as the whole debt.
Will It bu lcducid? Tho capitalists
have two thousand millions: of govern
ment bonds. They paid for them nt an
average of scarcely more than Ilfty cents
on the dollar. They receive interest in
gold at six per cent of their face. And
yet they are exempt from taxation.
Minnesota taes tho land and houses
aad horses and money and labor of her
people hill sheilaic not touch with tho
prolaulng hand of her lax-gatherer the
fortunesofthi'-egcntlenicn. Will their
numbers be diminished or the amount
of their noii-taxalilo Investments bo ro
il need '.' Three hundred millions and
moru of those bonds are In the hands ol
owners of Xatlonal Hanks, They de
posit them at Washington, and draw
semi-annually, the Interest In gold.
They receive from the Trea-ury an al
most eiiual amount of bank-notes, and
tho-u they lend out to the people at six
or eight or llfteen per cent, as the iieccs-
sitle.s of coiuiuerci' or tho condition of
the borrower make him n lit -ubject lor
such demands. The manliest Interest of
the people is that tiieso bonds be re
deemed In legal tender note-. 'I he In
terest on these bonds would thus be
saved, and tlio currency, if any is need
ed, would thu- be furnished free of co-t
to tiie people. Will tills bu eir.-cted ?
Such a consolidated government I hae
described, would furnish thu hey day
of tliu speculator, thu slock jobber, of all
those waiters on fortune, who live hy
their wits on the labor of other men.
Hut leaving these considerations, and
rising to a higher level of argument, I
ask you Is this policy worthy of our
country',' Will it ndvance the interest
of our race? Will it extend the liberty
and inci ease the happlncssof the human
family? Will it lay deeper and broad
er thu foundations of our government ?
Thu wounds of war aro still agape. In
the Xorth they are not yet healed. In
the South they nro Iri-h and bleeding.
There the Industrial system is destroy
I lies are broken up, neighborhoods are
1 rtepopulateil, agriculture is forsaken
' fields laid waste and laiiiiiu -actual
The tracks of the wheels of tin- chariot
of war are worn so d.-ep that u century i
will not lil'ace theni. The Xorth has
conquered tluir armies; shall It iiolnl-o ,
now conquer their licnrt-. I Loud np-1
nlnu-e.) The highest duty of patriot
, A Radical Xcw F.nglandSenator refused
to permit the tumbles of the war or the
paintings of tho victories tohoput in the
Smltli-oulau Institute, lest it might
keep up unhappy memories, and nour
ish hitter resentment, hut with rellue-
ment of cruelty, he exhibits them lu
the laws, and perpetuates them lu t,,.
Instiltt'lons with which ho would
govern tho people. They tell Us wo
need a strong government, that we need
to clothu thu nation with power to exu
cuto its will. Strong for what ? Has
not the fed cm! system been strong
enough? lias It not executed its civil
and criminal law? Has It not waged
succcsful war both of niionco and de
fence? Has it not by loice of arms
overcome a gigantic lebelllon and for
years sustained a most exhausting civil
war? lias it not had thu power to pre
serve order at homo and maintain Its
position In thu world? Has it not lnvu
strong enough to protect the right) al
so, strong enough to Jeopardise the lib-
ernes oi us citizens v History tells us
soildatlon 1- il.-sinitl'-tii tl.iii i, i-,inr,.,l.
tlmt confederation Is liberty that con
cr.it on is me strongest government or
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defence mid the weakest for oiiii-i-sslon.
A government which holili in its hand
the nower to preserve order, to eniiirce
Justice, to make and administer all the
lo.-al law appllcabh- to thirty millions
of people, utul thus to enter into the di-
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single battle j or If thu various chord
. . . ": .-: .,
the control of the people, so far as toon
one strong grasp. power iti" dispersed .' ,r 1 U S ot c'n, todlssolvo
among many luc.il governments, equal i , .r' ,VS , ,
pi'cs them -and If disasters come, It A Wi.hTiaiN editor thinks If tho pro
presents many organized Ironts, and per way of spelling thols "though." and
rallying polnu around which tinned im "beaux, ' the proper way or spell
forces can cliistcr.aiul discipline and or lug potatoes must bo "iioughtolgli
tier he maintained. The Austrian iirmy icnux." The new wav of spelling soltly
was defeatedatAiistorlltz.almost under, U psiiuiitlelgh.
tho walls (if the capital, and consnllllai
ed Austria lay at the mercv of Xapjile
on. Thu Prussian in my was cuuiiuurcd
nt Jena and Anurstadt anil isitipolldatcd
Prussia wasalmost obliterated from iJu
rope. The Huslati army Wits struck ut
Fyhui and overwhelmed at Frlodla'nd,
and Russia submitted to the dictation
of peace. Czar nnd Xupoh-on (11 villi d
thu world nt Tilsit, and with seven hun
dred thousand men at his eonlmniid thu
French Km peror turned to the conquest
of. Spain, Ho Inveigled the royal fam
ily to his camp and kept them prison
ers. Ilo bought the noble!. Iluselr.ed
tho fortresses. Ilo declared Joseph
King, and sent three hundred thousand
men lo place him on Ids throne. Men
called Spain weak. It lacked unity.
us pans weru loosely conleileratod
through the Crown. Cntiiloiiliiniiil An.
diilusla and Aragou nnd old Casllore-
luiiieu ineir seiiaratu organizations anil
manifested Jealousy, even hostility to
each other. Yet when Xtineleon reach
ed thu capital and sent his forces to
overrun thu country, theso provinces
called their troops together, acting
each for Itself, drove back tho-o veter
ans who had never paused In their vie
furious march from the Mlncio to thu
Vistula, and hy thu capture of Dupont
shattered thut iretlyr of success wiiliit
had mado Fniticelnviiiclble. Thevtull
us we Democrats will cling to dead Is
sues. Tho Integrity of the Republican
government, thu preservation of liber
ty, tliu maliitenacu or our Constitution
and government, tho happiness of man
kind! Are thesodend Issues ? Our lovo
for them may be dead, our fidelity mav
be dead, our worthiness for them and
our enjoyment may bo dead, but the Is
sues will llvu till they aru settled in
their full fruition and thu principles
which underlie them arons durahliii as
the eternal throne. They tell us llmt,
like the llourbons, wu will not submit
to accomplished facts. It Is a mistake.
It were wicked folly to resist thulnev
itable. Wo would bow reverently lit
Its presence. Hut who shall open ,hu
bool of fate and say of any course of
events, or of any condition of things,
It Is II.M'd forever. Who shall with pro
phetic power read tliu secrets of thu Al
mighty, and repeat In another connec
tion tho words which only onco uttered
throughout all thu ages reverberate
along the course of eighteen centuries:
"It isjlnisiett." Thu human mind 1ms
no power to dl-ccrn thu unchangeable.
Tho decrees of destiny are hidden from
Its view, tlmt its aspirations may not
bo checked, Its elforts may not be palsi
ed. When William Pitt camo back to
tho ministry, he formed with Incredible
cirtTgy uiid exertion the Contlneiltnl
Alliance. It required the lnlioroftwo
yeais. Xiipeleon broke up Ids camp at
Boulogne, marched his heroic legions
to tliu Danube, and in onu hundred days
captured an army nt Ulm.and shattered
tho coalition on the bloody Held of Aus
turlitz. Tlio great statesman was bow ed
to tho earth his hope was gone hi'
courage broken his elfurls at an end.
Hrokcn hearted, he exclaimed, "Roll up
the map of Europe for half a century,''
aim iiieu, oeuuving iimi iapoicou una
attained to unlvciviul dominion. Aus
tria win ih-snoiled of her fairest nos-
sesloiis. Jena followed, and Pruash
was humbled to tho dust : Frledland
ful lowed, and the monarch of thu Xorth
bowed his haughty head beforo tho Im
perial eagles, xsapoiuou was mighty.
His tint vacated tho throne of Naples.
Ilo pronounced thu sentence, "The
llou-uof Hingaiizalinsieasid to relgu,"
and that family went fugitives trum
Portugal to Brazil. Louis was King of
Holland: Joseph was King of Spain
Murat was King of Naples. The coi
federatlon of thu Rhluu guarded his
frontier. Tho Dukedom of Warsaw and
tho Kingdom of Westphalia were the
props of his throne. Hero seemed to
bu an accomplished fact. Hut Kngland
refused to "accept llio situation," mul
In less Hum three years Austra was In
arms, Prussia was recuperated, Russlp
nan nccniuc nnsuicnuti in less man sll
years the impire of Napoleon had pass
ed away tiie tabric of his power had
been dissolved Kuropo was re-established
within Its original limits, anil ho
himself languished a prisoner In' tho
island of St, Helena. In ls."i() tlio com
prouii-o measures were passed. The.'
consisted oi'tho admission ofCdiforiih'
thu amendment of tho Fugutive Ski)
law, tho establishment of governmei
in thu territories. They loninmndui
thentipport of the leading slntesnieii '
both gieat political parlies. They wi
declined to bu an hni'ie.st, hunorab
tinal settlement of thu issues of slave
as conneelcil with thu federal govus
incut. The national convention-of it
both approved them. Thu pioplo tin
oughly indorsed them. Hut Chase, a
bummer, and Hale, nut! biddings. -fused
to "accept thu situation," and
thu repeal of the Missousi Comprint s
they reconimcnileilthongitntion, wh
einled in war, and lias obliterated fr- .
tho statute book not only thoso lr
but thu very principle on which th
laws were based. Who shall dan
say what facts are accomplished? V
shall predict thu "ways which nro l
llndlni out?" To ".T.-is-nt tin, si
llndlng out?" To "accept tliu si
tlou," it'll bu wrong, Is thu cowan
ofa timid spirit, or tliu weakness
wearied one. Krror Is never 11:
wrong is never established, tho cou
! of evil an- nus'er accompll-liul. Tr
wages against them perpetual war.
I never wearies. Its strength never fa
ltsspiilt nuvcr Hags, and it Minium
"Tiie eteiu.it years of find are her'
Lei u- be her soldiers and enuilato 1
virtue. Let us accept nothing as aceo.
plished unless our Judgments ami cu
sciences approve I he result as right. L
us stand by our Constitution which
believe to bu right, and maintain o
I form of government which we hiv
I found to he beneficent. Lot us nece
nore-idt as llnal which accomplish'
iiiciroverinrow-. i.ei us nu unweari
lu this contis,! and 1 believe wo eh
save our Institutions to blc-s our cl
ilten oven us thev have bli-s-ftl tt
lather-. Ifwu fall, wo shall tit le.
havo deserved well of our couutrvim
and shall have dono that which, 11
tho beist after being hidden in tho fror
and hiioWs,aiid darkne-s of winter, shu
bear fiultj and if this laud and goven
ment must follow tho footsteps of tl,
past, wo shall bo able than to comfu.
ourselves with tlio reflection that if lu
tioiis, like individuals, aro not destine,
to immortality, and If In tluir virtue,
equally as their vices, lu their grandeui
a- in their weakness, they bear lu their
bosoms tliu seeds of mortality, never
thele-s, "in thu passions which elovnto
them to greatness equally as tlmso
which hasten their decay. Is to bo ills.
cemed the unceasing operation of those
i principles, ut once of corruption and of
. rriul, i.,,, ,,.i.i,.i. , ... i...
'"-' iv v"'u'" 'o nu
niantiy. n which, universal in eoin-
liiuultles us in singlo man,
ino necessary ueciiuo oi n.
vital lire which has glw.i
yoiitli to the human race."
long continued applause.)
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