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HATES OF A11VUUTIS1NG.
, 1 11 P KVKUV 1'IUDAY MOHN1NU
' P,jui.DMniAN nmt.mNn NKMtTiir
iv r wvitt, hi ooiurnuiin, rA., nv
CARLES B. BROCKWAY,
KUITOII AND I'BOmlETOn.
kU .cilptlnnn executed Willi nrnlncsH nnd
BLQGMSBU11G, PA., FRIDAY, AUGUST 30, 1872.
0OL. DEM. - VOL. XXXVI NO. 20,
Duo iuoli, (Lwolvo Hum or Hp erntlvtilcul In
Noiipaulltpo)om vi t vrolineilloiu.ll.l'J throe
HI'Al'U, Im. :tt 9M. 8 lr.
ono inch.... um l-W ti,to 110,00
Two incucs ,'.u .() 7,m v.w m.oo
ThrCO lncllUS S,W 7.UU 0,00 12.IW 18 00
Four Inches ......... 7,00 0,00 11,00 17,00 iH.OO
ounrtcr column lo.oo J2,oo H,oo ai.oo m.m
Half column I5.no Is.oi) W o,w mn
ono column 30,00 80,00 10,00 00,00 100,00
Executor's or Administrator's Nollco, 13,00
Auditor's or Assignee's Nollco, 2,50.
Local notices, twenty ceuls a line.
Cflrcln lu the. "Dullness Directory". oolumo,
12,00 per ynnr for tho nrst lwo lines, nnd il.OO for
each additional lino.
.. d.W. 11. H110KMAKF.lt, ilenlers In dry
J. ; oils. qroccjoilcs nnd general mctchandsn
. i HiMltNU linoTHKIt.Cnrpcnlcrsiuia
. u i'i , Mnln st below l'luo.
... 4 K IIKTTfj will refreshment Ralnon, by
I) in t)l Henry cor.orMuln ami Finest.
nil n. .Ml-.dAUlEL,l'hyslclnnniHlHnrKCOh
) A. in '.i lit'Xt ilnnr to Jood's Hotel,
iv iv ID lliJHKtNfl. FlournniiarlstMlll.nnd
I; in Mut lu nriiln.MlHStrcot,
t, II S II, II U.MAN, Cabinet Maker and Un
.1 iir -hikn. Main HI., bolow l'luo.
I' I t) T 11 V i
, U. HOWEU, DENTIST, ,
r otters Ills professional services It
llio ladles mul Btntlemen of llloomsbnrannd vl
i.7ii tm la iViLiuiriMl Inn It mil til nil tho Vlirl
ous operations In the lliioof lilt profession, nud
Is provided with llio latest Improved roufiti.AiN
ri-Tii which will lio Inserted on Knld plntliiR
sliver nnd rnlilier bsso to loolt ns well nstho nat-
nml tcotli. Teem eiirncicu uy in mu im
mostnpproved methods, and nil operations un
lli I ci I n rnreiunynnii piopcny iinoin.
TN8U RANGE ADEN O Y ,
"ill i'LI-.lt A; CO., Iron founders, Machinists
0 lud iMiiimf.ielnicrs of plows, JtlUHt.
1 a M i ,, mi A Ul'LKHM.Mnker of lliollnylinrst
1,1 (us li iiatllu. IMnlii Ht.
iloyai or Liverpool
(Icrmanl.i, N. Y
1 IAMDi LONO Hhocmnkcrnuitmaiinfac-tim-rnf
llrlclt, Mill Bt., west of 1'ino
i r a i n w luaiii & co
" , .i.i.i'MAi.H uiioceru,
N. . r bi'cond mid Arch BlicelB,
Mill " (OirKI'.HUUAlt.MOI.AHHUH
i x, iiic'Ai:nsoiA,At'.,A(.'.
ii receive prompt ntlontloii.
M Ou'i i -
n'KY Ji. WALKER,
V A. 11
8 Oil 11 OV
& (J O .
ASH AND ItUUENSWAHK,
in, lOfa NOIIT1I WX'ONDB'l'.,
, . n .I n .snited riiclingen of (tneoniwnro
i un i nun. iui.i uyi.
s 11. Iiil'TLiE,
ATTORNr.Y AT IuVW,
Ollten rourt-lIiui.o Alley, below tho CoLUM
r.iAN lllllce, llliioinslmii; l'n.
ATTOHNKY AT LAW,
OrKicn Court lloiuo Alloy, In thu Co
i.eMin.iN building. (Jiml,'07.
ATTOISNDY AT I
(Ifflco Court II ouiiO Alley, bolow tin i nt.UM-
nr is Ofllce. liouutlcs. liack-rny nml IVn-liinR
.-..--.- lllnniv.Ll.111 n I'.. Lull
T01IN M. CLAUIC,
pOIlEHT F. CTjAKK,
Ollleo Mnln Street below lb
AT'lOllNKY AT 1.A '.V,
mine m illi .1. (1. l'leesre.I'rowti's llloclt.
i mi Le fiii.Millid In (leriiini'
JKW STOVU AND TIN yllOL'.
IHAIAU HAOKNllUi ll,
Mnln Htrert ouo door nbnvo K. Mundeiiliuli'i
A IniRO norlnienl or Stovis, Heaters nnd
it.iiiaescoinliiiitlyoii huiul,iind lor salo at tho
Dlll'Sl IllUri. . , w
I Inulug Innll Its brunches cnrntiuly nlteudmlto,
...i.l to! lul'ri.! Inll Ulllirflllt I'.ll.
Tin woik of nllKlnds whoUmie mul retail. A
lid Is requested,
m v ii ii i. i:
M' o n ii s.
MAIN RTliriT, 111-IiW MAllKlrr,
.M.niuiiitiits. Tombs. Itini'slones, ir. Work
i..,.llv ..iriil.il. nillts bv limll Wl l ICCClV
simlal ntlintlmi. N. II. Work iloltvmd Ineoi
cliarep. T. Ij.uuj jh, I'lnprieior,
i itn'7l-tf. l'.o. iin.
QUICK SAI.rS AND 8MAI.I. 1-KOHTS
HAVJl. XllUlb illUiNl-.t.
i:nkt niooiiisbiiiB, l'n., lor nil kinds of t.lo best
nine nml cny niiiiio
TU11NII U 11 K .
Prices reasonable and the bo' "ork dono,
lteslileneo nnd ollleo tv few ilours
'onrl House, snmo sldo.
Uloomsmtrc, jau.i ji iy
i.nnensier tiiy , 7;; vs.
eiM.inM nimwrj. Aamt.
.1INJCLEY KNITTING IiIACJIlNIC
THK HIMl'M BT, CHKAl'lOT AND 111CHT IN
UBBI HAB HUT ONI! Ni:iU)I,Kl A
OIIII.D CAN ltUN 1T1
Designed especially for tho tuv of families, nml
nillis Mho dtF-lio lo knit for tho mniktt. Will
do cAeiy Mlteli of tho knlltlug In a blocking,
widening nml narrowing ns leadlly as by iianu,
Aio splendid lor worsteds and fntiey worn
STITCHI Aio M'ry ny to manage, and not
llnblutogttoutoi orucr, jsvtiy rnmny buuuiu
have one. ... ,
Wo want an Audit In every town to lutioduco
and licit tlieni.towlioiiiwoollii tbcniostllbeml
Inducements, feud lor cm Circular nnd Hamplo
BtOCUlIlL'. AUllriKK. .
nirjici.i..v i. r t a ai.i Mil 1.11,
nov. 10,'71-ly. lintli.Me.
JIT O. II O W E K,
bus opened n llisU-olasu
IOOT, HHOll, HAT OA1', AND PVH UK) UK.
I. thnolit ntnndoii Main Street. lllomiisbiirir.nriiw
noors auovo mo uourv iioiiku. iiiihiuciw.ii-um-nnuMnf
l lin vprv lnlost nnrl lirststvles over ollnr-
p,l in tho citizens ot Columbia County. Ho can
it tho lowest rntea. Men's heavy double solud
sloga boots, men's doublo nnd slnglo tap soled
kip boots, men's heavy ntogn shoes ofnll hlndii,
men's lino boots nnd shoes of nil grades, boy's
double soled boots nnd.thocs of all kinds, men's
Rlovo kid lialraornl shocs.mcn's, women's, boys's
nun misses lasting gnuiiin, ivumnin kiuvh
Polish very llue.woiiien's morocco ltnlmornlsnnd
call shoes, women's very lino kid buttoned gait
ers. In short boolsol all doicrlptlons both pec
He would nlso call nvtoullim to hla lino assort
mon I of
ATS, UAl'S.FUlta AND NOTIONS.
which comprises all tho now and popnlai vnrl
etlcsat prleoswlilchcnnnotralltosntlnll. Thoso
goods nro oll'uicd nt tho lowest cash rules and
win do nuaranicou vo givo Buuiiiucuoii. i mu
Is solicited bororo purchasing olsewhero as It Is
bolioved that better bargains are to bo found
man at any otuor piaco in mo coaniy.
rpiIE OTIANOEVILLE HAN UFA C-
JL 1 UlllJMU i;Uilll'Ai.,i 1 .
WILLIAM. II. LAW,
Manulnelnier of WioukIiI Iron Hrldgcs, Hollers,
(lasliflldets, Micpioor linlldlnss. Wiouglit lion
Itnotlug, lloofliiir l'niincs, Flooring nnd Doors,
Farm antes nnd fencing, also Wrought Iron pip
liiB.Stacks and all kinds of Bnillh Woik.Ao.
Kt'pnhs piomptly atlendid to.
N. 11. llrnwlniiHiind Kstlmnlesbitpplled.
Would iniorm his fileiuls and tho public that
l.u has taken possesion of
THE OLID ST-A-ISTID,
llio rxtlinnfio I!Iolc, so Jonj; occupied by litm
iitul will curry on tho bullous of u
F I l'lBT-OL ASS 11A1CKRY,
Hr bungs to the business an expel Icneo ol many
years nnd hsmihs llio community Unit ho will
liniin.il llio best of In ead, cakes, l oils, blueull, Ao,
liiihi very dny. llnpioposes also to keep on
ii'i'iil a huuo and well atiorted stock of
or nil grades. 1'iench candles and thoso of do
nin.nu mnuur.ii'luielwaystnliohad, wholesalo
un retail ol lowest lates. Adjoining llio ilakery
mid Conlectloncry Is n well cstabllbhcd
wiieiomny bo found Aio and I.nger, and Ho
Im bininh', Oysleis In season ami llio vniluus
iitiledclltaelihWlilt'li siilttbi)liibllelin.te, Theiu
i nlso ii
FINE K'U CREAM SALOON,
over llio couleitlonciy sloie, wheio ladlesniid
gi iitliiiuii can obtulii llio Inst of lio Cleiim In
A fill r share or I In. public custom la lcqucslcil
nml noiiiilus will hcspnicdtn eusuio sallslae
AO RIOULT URAL I I'LEM ENT8
ofllio most Apiirovca I'atlcrns.
ol all desirlptlons.
(ii'iicmil McrclianiUso, Lunibcr, Ac, Ac.
Wo would nnnounrn to tho pnbllo In KCtieml
Hint wo hiivo lake u tho well known Agili ultiir
al Woiks ol this plaeo nnd shall ninko It our aim
lo nianiilactuio Mist Class Agilcultnr.il Implo
ments tipial toany other makeis III llio Hlale,
ltntli I.ever nnd Tiend Power.
IMtMVs l" every Il(?sf rliliim,
ainnng which will bo Hie celebrated
KNOR MOUNTAIN HERO,
noknnwlcilncd by nil to bo tho best plowexlnnt
lor tho l.U'iiiur. Also tho
Cliaiuiiinii, Slcrns' l'aU'iil ami
ALSO, DOUBLE CORN PLOWS,
r,r nvcrv iloscilnllon. Wo shall uso nonobut tho
best materials nnd employ nouo but competent
nml experienccu nici'iiniiii-! nun iuu imci-n win
conipnio lavombly wllh any other lnanulactur-
0lr.iiiiiii vrmiliier. I.uinber. Old Hon. taken III
exchange. Wonlhohnvnn sloio In connection
with our Auriciiltural Works, where- may b
I, niMil n full assortment ol MMICHANDISK
which will bo sold nt smnll prollts. Ulvo us n
tall beloio puichaslug elbewhero ami wo guar
tiUlco h. ills!. n t ion.
MR. BUGKALEW AT LAHGASTEH.
ins sKxuoiiiAi. ititnnn...Tiin nouoiiir. ix.
TKitvir.iv issn.s ok tiii: statk
Mt. Ruclcalow mUlrossoil n very lui't'o
niccttiiKnt FuUon Hull, Lancaster, on
Taesiiny oventnf,', Anj-iist UOlli, wlilcli
bcliift rcjinrlcil by n sliort-linmi wriicr,
wo nionblo to lay beforo our rcatlpru.
The speech wrw ns follows:
Fhllow Citizkns or Lancahtkii
County : I iiiutetir bcroro u Liiiieiisiiit,
county uiitlleiu'O for llio first tlino. At
tllOUKll 1 HftVO Known intuiy 01 your
nr.nnln innllV VOtll'H. It lifts 110VCV llftDOll-
ctl that I was with you In your popular
aesoniblngea In any ono of tho creal
election contests through which wo
havo pitsftctl in llio last iwcniy-iivo
yearn, ilia 1 am ncro lo-niKin lomnuiu
you an, i nope, hi iiiumiM, uiiu j. iiuin.-,
atso, ns fellow co-workers with mo In
an I'literjnlso In which wo aro Jointly
Interested. It is not ono peculiar to
the Hpeaker who now addresses you.
It is ono that rocs homo to each nnd
all of you. Tho question Is, "Can wo,
in praecTtil times, undisturbed by tho
elnniror of war or nny dislurblnr;
force from nbroad, can wo securo to
ouri-elves in this country Just, honest
and bticctssful Kovernments 1" our
States and in tho frovcrnnicnt of llio
Gentlemen : I mlK'ht say many pleas
ant things concernitiK your county as
Introductory to my rcmarUs to iituht.
1 might ro back to um uuio wnon lieu
Jamin Franlclln nppoaled to the farmers
of Lancaster county for transportation
and supplies for tho Ill-fated expedition
of Jiraddock Into tho wlhlorncss, and
when his appeal was promptly, met. 1
might go on nnd point to suceesilvo
periods of your history when your
county nxhlblled her patriotism, her
energy and her ilovollon to tho country
in times of emergency uiitl peril. J
might dilato upon tho. .peculiarities of
character in your population, as scttlo
, ments wcro originally made niulns socio
tv L'row unaiul Increased in magnitude,
with a corresponding swollen voluino
of various Interests, nnd nn accompany
ing prosperity such ns is vouchsafed to
few sections of our own Commonwealth
or of other States. But, gentlemen, I
shall not dwell upon theso points, how
ever pleasant It might bo for us to para
somo tiuio speaking of them and liston
Ing to them. Although my mother was
of Irish decent, I nover had my touguo
upon tho blarney stone, and therefore;
you will excuse me. LLaughter.
AN ELECTION CltY.
I pass on to matters that may bo If
not more interesting anti pleasant at
least more suilablo to the occasion. In
a work written bv Diiiaell tho younger,
a work of Imagination, lie depicts tho
trotiblo anil Ullllcuii.v ol a pair oi p.ng
iish politicians about a generation ago
and eaily in tho reign of her present
Mnlostv tho Oueon or uroat Uillniii
They wcro named Taper and Tadpole,
and their difllculty was to obtain an
election crv. Now, It would seem ns
important that an election should havo
n cry as that n sermon should have a
toxt, or a nowspapor n motto. Well,
Mr. Disraeli's politicians after nicking
their Ingenuity finally settled upon
their election cry, which was tills
"Our vomit; Queen and our old instltu
lions." There was a pleasant colloca
tion of iantruacre. vacuo and general In
signification suited to tho necessities of
tho political summon, in tins election
campaign thoro was no difllculty in sot
tlini? uiion a crv for Democrats anil Re
formers in this State. It was a plain
matter. Tho laniruaeo lay hoioro tiiem
Thov could not miss it. Therefore, ihn
cry was raised early: it continues to
tins evening, anil it win uo re-iiernieu
hereafter. "Down with tho Rings!"
-Applause "Down with tho Rings!"
THE KEl'OUMi:nS' CRY,
Hut what does this mean ? Why, it
carries upon its faco words significant
lo overv intoll cent citizen In tho (Join
monwealth. It means that Govern
ment lias gono wrong. It means that
men in nubile station have consulted
their own interests instead of thoso of
tho nubile. It mcan3 that there is otii
nm. susnlcion. nnd somo measuro of
(lisuraco In nubile alfairs in this State,
connected with thoso who havo
been entrusted by tho people with mo
Now, gtmllcnion, this gross and linlo
conl accusation, proceeding from tho
recognized head of tho organization
opposed to us, Justifies completely what
I propose lo do to-night, and what, un
der other circumstances, might bo sup
posed to bo indelicate, or in somo man
ner (itiestlonnblo. I proposo to speak
to-night, and to speak frankly, concern
Ing myself, my vlowo and position
early in tho war, and during Its pro
gros?. Olm-rvc, and I beg you to carry
this thought In your minils-observo,
I do not proposo to speak bccausol
concelvo It to bo necessary to mo ns an
Individual, that I should dcrond my
Bolfngalnst this accusation, nor because
I supposo an answer from mo Is neces
sary to nuy result In thlsolcctlon. But
I tlo this for tho satisfaction of friends,
especially of many gentlemen who havo
not hitherto ncled with mo In political
affairs, but who nro disposed this year
lo vote for mo upon tho Issuo which
has been mado up by my nomination.
(Applause.) I proposo to show them,
nnd to ennblo them to show others,
and if necessary, to fling it in tho faco
of every calumniator, that tho candi
date nominated nt Rending, nnd sup
ported, as I bollove, by tho honest sen
tlmcnt of n majority or tho freemen of
this Slate, was patriotic during the war.
(cheers) and upright and truo upon nil
questions relating thereto. (Renowcd
I camo homo from a foreign country
In tho latter part of the Summer of 1801,
somo months nflcr tho wnr began. A
llttlo nvnr n vear suhsenuont to my ro-
turn. I was chosen to tho Sonato of
tho United Stales by tho Legislature at
llnrrlsbitrg, by a majority of ono vote,
nn event of which doubtless you heard
at tho time, becauso thero woro circum
stances connected with tho ovent calcu-
itod to fix It upon mon's recollections.
rpiE ESPY HOTEL.
I'.SI'Y, COLUMBIA COUNTY, l'A.
Tho imderslgued would intorm tho travelling
publlotlint ho has taken thonbovoiiaiiicd estab
lishment and thoroughly refuted tho sanio lor
thopeifict'coiivenleiicoof his guests. Ills larder
wilt hnkinrireii wlililbo best tho market alliuds.
The choicest liquors, wiues nnd clsais always lo
,o.,u , nis oar. WILLIAM 1'KTTlT.
DFCLAUATIONS Ol' I'OSITION.
Tho war ended iw April, 1803, a llttlo
nioio than two years afterward. Short
ly after my election, In July, 18G3, I
prepared an essay upon tho existing
political situation in this country, nnd
csneciallv with reference to the war,
which was then ponding, and It was
nublishril nvlnnslvolv In Philadelphia
and in my own and adjoining counties,
and was distributed In tho form of n
slip slicct under my name. I will read
wnnt l R.iiil I linn :
"That rebellion was nrrainst tho laws
of tho United States, nutl put tho wholo
uotly of thom at uoiianco. Aitnougn it.
asserted for itself a legal ground of jus-
tincauon,it is most manliest uiiu u was
lawless and unauthorized. Tho com
nact of Union beitiL' without limitation
of time, must bo hold, as intended by
its nufhors, to bo perpetual ; and tho
provision contnined In It for its own
amendment nrnviilos the only lawful
modo by which its obligation can Do
limited or chanored. Considering seccs
slon ns a breach of tho public law, and
in view ol tho immcnso lnicresisptu
in peril by it, tills Stato concurred in
measures or Hostility against tno bouin.
But this was dono to vindicate the broken
law, and to securo tho objects for which
tho government of tho United States
was originally founded, nnd for no pur-
priso of conquest or oppression, upon
thlsground wo may Justify our conduct,
mul submit It, without apprehension
of censure, to tho Judgment or future
That was tho mib-ilanliiil and solid
ground upon which early after my
election to tho Senate, I placed tho war
upon our side beroro tho people of tho
I will proceed next to read a pa.ssago
from n speech dolivcrod by mo after
tho war ended. In n speech delivered
in llio Sonato on tho 121st or July, 1S00,
I Siiid :
"Returning rrom a foreign country
after tho commencement of tho war,
when it was in full progress, and when
wcro OB Menu f appropriation, and I ho men ion Ono was ilia t was m
aggregate amount was !fo2y,UiKJ,b'J7,05. Bpcctlvc. It went back as lot Itiio. Who
Mint bill was voted upon In tho wo came i to Jncroaso tho pay -of white-
April, 180 1, nntl soillicrs in iuuy, wu iniij' ,
recorded nt pago from tho tlmo of llio passago of tho Dill,
nut .Air. vviison wnun mi i"ui""' 'V;
Bciiato on tho 22d of
I lin vnna tinil nnvs nro
iMfi. nf tho tllobc. Thov nro ns follows
Yeas Messrs. Anthony, Brown,
JSuetculew, Carlisle Chandler, Clark,
Collamor, Coiuicss, Cownu, Davis, Dix
on, Doollitle, Fessondoti, Foot, Foster,
Grimes, Hale, Harding, IIcndorBoii,
Hendricks, Howard, Lano, (orintuana)
nmondmont proposed Hint wo should
go back to tho beginning or tho year
nnd incroaso colored soldiers from that
tlmo. His amendment also provided an
nllowauco lo porsons who secured tho
enlistment ol colored uoiuiers wiiiuu
r r if..ii..,.l ir..i.,.nii I iiimiv nf nq 11 11 1 lor.-il rim 1 WAS tO 1)0 ClVCn
r. ... ... ltim.t.. eni.ll.n-n Ulnlin in in-nonrn nn nren An
uiimnor, ion p;ycir, Trumiiuii, vyhkih
son, Wllloy nnd WIlson-flG.
Nny Mr. Powoll 1.
Of tho 00 Senators who voted for that
bill, 18 aro now supporters of -Ucn.
Grant, 11 nrosupportorsor Mr. Grccloy,
nnd 7 aro dcati.
Gentlomon, It has boon truly saui oi
that Army Appropriation bill It was
f,n. Ilin iimii nAmlilfiiinlnif nil lllll Ifll. llflV
r T..,.r mul i n.. i, n nnit, nf llinnrrht. tinlnst nndimenual.
Tlini, i'fi(i-,ti,nt iiioarV nmnlo.9 thus leccd In behalf of thoso regiments Hint
voted by us with rare unanimity, sent somo promises wcro mndo to Uiern
Sherman triumphant on his march to when tlioy woro recruited Ihtit tliey
thosca, replenished the thinned ranics suouiu iiavo nigiiur ruius ui
of Grant beforo Richmond nnd gave tno inon ex sting inws nppiieii vu u o.u
vigor nnd success to ail tho operations, as won as ptners, nnu n buciuuu
InrL'o nnd hiiiiiII. umlertiikon bv our to chango tho Inw ns to them, nnd gio
government in tho closing year ot tho thorn increased pay, not ror tho luiure,
Southern States lo nrociiro colored sol
dlcrs toflll up tho quotas of tho Eastern
States; nnd thcro wns nnothor feature
which was objected to. It looked to tho
payment of certain South Carolina nna
Massachusetts reglmonta.two fronVoaoh
Stato, giving thom , Incroasod
pay equal to that of whlto soldiers.
wituo nil tno romamucr oi mu cuiurcu
troops wcro not Increased. This I
xi wua iu
war. It was that money that hrougnt
the war to an end nnd secured to us, I
Irust.nn overlastlng poaco. Cheers. Yet
a chairman set up to manipulate nnd
polluto elections has tho faco to send
forth his address branding mo nntl men
Hko mo ns dislnvnl. whllo ho nnd his
or many of his present associates In tho
emergency of tho nation wcro looking
to tncir own pockots instcau oi mo in
terests of tho county. Moro cheering.
Bui tills immcnso appropriation bill
was not nt first sucecssnil. It passed tho
Sonato, but tho two Houses got by tho
cars on somo amendments, in relation
to that everlasting subject or Congress
ional debate, tho colored people Thoy
but point? back to tho tlmo of thoir en
llstmont. Thoy had been In sorvlco per
haps two yoars. You prccelvo then that
thero wcro apparently good objections
to this amendment. But though I voted
against it, it was put Into tho bill, and
1 afterward voted for tho bill with that
In it, nnd you will obscrvo that in tho
Commlttco of Conforonco, of which I
havo spoken, wo mado n general ad
justmontof this matter or payment to
colored troops botli ns regarded bounty
and monthly pay, and wo did tho be3t
wo could. Wo agreed that colored troops
should bo paid thosamo as whlto troops
from tno 1st oi January, ibih, nnu muj
colored mon who nan oniisicu
wore a 1 ss'uc altl o inii lwVh laribly dor llio President proclamation of
Republican on the fque'stionnbout lov October, 1803, should bo paid the sanio
and lo what oxtcnt certain colored amount, and wo agreed further that tho
troops were to bo paid, and It was Attornoy-Goneral might determine
to havo a Commlttco of Con- whether thoro was nny obllga ion upon
forenco. You will find tho report of tho tho government to pay In such cases . its
Committee Conforonco on thnt bill at hoso of tno Massacnusoiis anuouuv.
-m ooir. nf ihn ainbc. for that session, uuroiuin viuups. iuism
l " In ' - ' - -- i ... i ... l r ...1. 1 ,.1. I l.niin DnfiL'ltl.
I will read to you tno names oi tnoso iiujiisimouv m t 'V.' ,,' ; ,
who signed that report, which secured and w th regard to that, nil I havo now
tho final passago of tho bill, nnd gave it lo say Is that It was Iberal. A l'lausc.
its ultimate form. It was s gncd on tho I havo spoken of llicso points, and 1
nrt or tho Sonato by T. O. Howe, L. dismiss them rrom further notice. I
ft Afnrr Hi nm l Clwa R. Buckalow.and come lo another point of my discourse,
THE HOLCOMIiE IlKl'OUT,
ltavo shown you my recortl in tho
Senate upon tho subject of voting an-
on tho part of tho IIouso by Tiiaddeus
Stovens cheers and Thos. T.Davis,
and then for somo days afterwards I
naoil tn hp.ir nf rather Str0112 dedara- rnrtnl,n(i in Irin wnr . linnn tlia su
lions, made by tho Chairman of tho fcot; 0f tho pay of whlto soldiers; upon
IIouso Commlttco, I moan tho lato .lin nnMoctof Increased nav to colored
Thaddou3 Stovens, repeated cheering troops ; nnd you will sco how utterly
concerning what ho alleged to bo tho unfounded nro tho imputations 1 havo
manliness and magnanimity with mwcred. I como now to tho second
which I had agreed to pay llbcrally.tho brand, Ortho nssaultorErrctt. Ho say-B
colored troops which wo had employed, j. v.VuS in cahoot I supposo that is a
fgrcat chcerlngj If yon want to iook i,r0tior word to express It with men
into declarations or that sort twiucn pnirnired in tho rebolllon, and he un
conflict, nnd tho terms upon which It
might possibly bo Mulct! by agreement.
I wrote Mr. Stnnton, ou llio Sltlt or
August, tho substnnco or what they
told mo, together with somo com
mentaries nnd suggestions or my own,
lo which ho replied and I mado n ro
Joinder." Tho Judge, after adding that tins
corrcspondonco was not olllclal,
nnd that ho had, nt tho lime, reason to
bollovo that tho Federal Govern
ment would consent to n poaco npon
tho basis or ro-unlon under the
Constitution, accordant with tho
resolution or Congress or 122d or July.
1801 .continues: "Tho mnln object ornll
I said to Messrs. Thompson and Hoi
combo, wns to convlnco ihcin that such
n poaco ought to bo ncccptcd 11 thoy
could get It, nnd thnt must forego
all hopo of maintaining a scparato
Ho concludes his lottor as follows:
"Aftor this, I mot Mr. nnd Mrs. Buck
nlow on tho American sldo of tho river.
Ho wns thoro, ns I understood, waiting
for his colloagtios of n committee who
had appointed to meet mm, anu no uiu
not know how long ho might havo to
stay. I told him, unreservedly, nil I
Know nuout tno situation, unu mi j.
thought. I urged him, If ho roll In with
Mr. Holcombo or Mr. Thompson, not
In ilecllnn n. conversation With thom.
and to express as strongly ns possible
(wnnt l Know to oo nis opinion us won
ns my own) that tho ro union or all tho
States was un Indlsponsablo condition
I think tno request inauo to iuu uy
tho Judge, related only to Holcombo ;
but In all substantial raspocts, his stnto
mtmt is exactly truo. Ho loft, nnd sub
sequently, upon request made by IIcI
combo, or tit his instance, tho interviow
already mentioned took placo
i agreed to it in tno cxpcctniiuu mui.
thero might bo Boincthlng nddod lo his
prior discussion or conrerenco with
Judge Black, which I would havo com
municated to tno latier. in our uiiwi
conversation, howovor, ho did not In
troduce tho subject of peaco negotia
tions, nnd I did not caro to enter upon
It or prolong our Interview.
Holcoaibo left Canada soon after and
returned South, nnd was not therefore,
connected with tho odious proceedings
of Thompson and others in tho latter
part ot tno year. J. win oniy aim unit
I novor liadn prlvato conversation with
a Southern Confederate during tho war
nor nny Intercourse with one. oxcopt
upon tho occasion already mentioned.
I havo now responded fully to tho
two branches of thoassault mado by tho
Chairman of tho Stato Commlttco, and
I shall dismiss that assault rrom further
examination. Thoso aro simply mat
ters Intended to divert attention irom
tho real lssuc3 ol this Stato election.
perhaps aro unimportant) so mndo.you
can inquire or Mr. Haldcmaii, Repre
sentative in Congre3sfromau adjoining
district. Upon Hint report from tho
Committee of Conroronco when it was
made, tho voto wns unanimous, so that
I followed that bill to lis conclusion and
assisted in giving to It its ultlmato form
doubtcdly alludes to a report which was
recently puuiisneu, mauo oy i-rui.
Holcombo to tho Confederate Govern,
m'ont on tho 10th of November, 1801.
Tho Professor was ouo or tho two men,
who were called Peaco Commissioners,
In tlin nnmilsir latiL'ttatro ot tho (lav In
1RP.1. mul in hist rnnnrt. lin savs that
That finishes 1801, with tho oxception I among other persons whom ho Haw in
or tho Bounty bill, nbout which 1 win Uildition to Gov. Hunt, of Now York,
say u word after n wlillo. in ihoj, nn oti sundry frontlcmon from oilier
Urn mnnevs voted wcro not expended.
When tho Dins wcro passed wo uiu nut
know that tho war would end before
their o.Tnondlturo would bocomo neces
sary, oi tno date oi i oi iuarcii, rsoo,
you win nnu nn net maKing appropria
tions lor t no iMivai service ior tno yuur
endinrr Juno JJOtli. 18G0. Tho nmount
Colonel McCluro, nl tho last session of
Hit' Ui',1 t.tluiii. in which tt been mo no
eessary, under tho testimony, M it imro
quosllon or law, to reject returns from
ten election divisions or that clly, ns
ralso and fraudulent. A word with ro
rcronco to this. It has boon alleged, I
supposo by mon who did not rent! tho
report or llio Commlttco, Hint tho docl'
slon made last winter was contrary to
tho ouo mado the previous winter, In
nnothor cloctlon exso ftom Philadelphia
llio enso of Senator Dcchcrt. This Is
nn cntiro mlstnko. In tho caso of Sonn
tor Dcchcrt, It was decided that tho
misconduct of elctlon ofllccrs, cither in
receiving bad voles, or othorwlso,
should not noccssarlly deprive llio poo
plo or nny dlvlson of their votes; that
tho votes good and bad In an election
division wliero tWoro was simply somo
Irregularity or misconduct of election
officers, ought not to bo swept away nt
a breath, as had been bono by Election
Commlttco nt Harrlsburg nnd Wash
ington, and by Courts In Philadelphia.
La3t winter, In tho caso nf McCluro
against Gray, wo said tho samo thing
precisely, nnd tho former report wns
quoted. Although, ns I havo already
stated, tho legal proof or rraud In ten
election divisions orthat city was such
that we set nsldo tho returns, yot tho
sitting member. Colonel Gray.was por
mltted to call wltlnosscs to provo what
his vote was In thoso divlsous, and tho
Committee sat day after day, in somo
cases into nt night, hearing testimony
to that effect. Eight hundred witnesses
wuro examined to enablo him to provo
what his voto was in thoso divisions.
Wo did tho vory thing that at tho pro
vious BC&sion tho committee lu tho
Dochort ensu said ought to bo dono.
When thero Is no valid return from u
district you ought to permit tho pooplo
orthat district lo provo how thoy did
vote, ortho candldldato to provo what
his voto was, and lo substltuto it ror
tho ratio nnd fraudulent return which
cannot bo bolioved nnd must thcroforo
bo rejectod. Wo did tills in tho caso or
McClure, nnd examined eight hundred
wllnosses ror Col. Grey, in addition to
nearly ono thousand on tho other side,
ror tno purposo or accomplishing It.
Wo need to put tho administration of
tho Blnklng Fund or tho State, into
hands that can bo trusted by tho pooplo.
Wo need that a Secretary or the Com
monwealth shall bo selected, who Is
competent and Intollgonco for tho du
ties whlch.acommlsslonorship requlreso
an Auditor gouoral who will bo faith
ful nnd trao to the duties put upon him
by tho law, and n Stato Treasurer also
as soon as tho people can roach tho
selection of that officer who will unllo
with his colleagues in seeing to It that
thoso enormous Treasury, balances
runlng to from ?1,000 000 $3,000 000
and which did nvorago $2,000,000 ror
manv years, shall bo applied upon tho
STATE QUESTION a. , nnhlTn ilnht tn avo interest. Instead or
What do wo desiro to accomplish in lying dead as far as tho Stato is con-
our Stato? Why ror ono thing wo want corned, whllo as ovcrybody boliovcs
tho election Ol btato xrcasuror iukuu i upon cruuiuiu uuuruiuviuii, muji
out or tho Legislature. On tho first day mado nsourco or private profit and or
of the session of 1870, 1 introduced into private advantage. Great cheering.
tho Stato Sonato n . oml resolution to
Heue Is an Incidonl which will glvo
a good idcaortho relative valuo which,
In tho West nnd South, used to bo put
tako tho election of State Troasurer
from tho Legislature and givo it to tho
nonnln. I liml bail luck with my r03O-
lution. Tho Committee did not report
" IM"?," ."i tffr .V. J " unon human life nnd upon property.
lllllllllUSl. Willi. IUWIVU11.1S;.T I - ., ...
it in tlm two Houses. At tho session of I A couple or lint-boat men on tho Mls-
1871 it was again Introduced by Mr. slsslppi Jtivor, having mado an oxtraor-
liiiuiigieit, ono oi your own Dummus, jlnarlly good speculation-made, in
groat npplausol nnd thou you will ro- i1Iln,,rn, .iniiVrs. a very largo
momber that thcro wa3 n difllculty
about tho election or a Stato Treasurer,
lintwoon Mr. Mackov and Goti. Irwin.
Things wero considerably broken up
sum Tor that kind or mlk, twenty years
ago concluded that while thoy were In
Now Orleans thoy would for onco in
tholr Uvea sco what It was to havo a real
first-class hotel dinner. They could af
ford it, and thoy would just llko to seo
how it would go. So they went to tho
States, whoro Judrro Black. Mr. Van
Dyko nnd myself, from this Stato. Now
if tho Professor had round it worth
whllo in making Ills report to go on
and to stato what was tho exact truth,
that ho saw Mrs. Buckalow and myseir nnd men cot now Idea3 nbout this busi-
In tho public reception room or a pub- ness,and that resolution, in consequence
lin lintnl nl nnn nf t lin innar. mihllp. nlnp.CS I r l.of lirnnnli In Ihn Trialnrlf.v nf thn
appropriated was S121,-18U.028,9i" and tho 0ulho continent in the Summer months, two houses, passed both branches, and
uiu imssuii uiu ociiuvu uimiiiinuuij outsiuo oi tno groat cities, anu mat nu i Was published in pursuance oi tno cuii
uiu ii in ui Ira., mu i, taiKeu to us in n very uuiaiportuui-uis- stltution. LiBSl Winter it was ro iunu-1 . r,,0ia TTni, oml nrdornd thn verv
I hot T wiw nrpsnnt. At that samo ses- Ui.n rnv o nrtn,i nf nnriinna ni.Vik nr L,,,.! o.i ,,o,n,i nfmin rirnno-ii hnth I St Charles Hotel, anu oruerou tno very
V 111:11 IL W1L1 1 1 i 1L111 1 1 L J L- k 03 Him ------ i- . ..ml WtiiOW w wv vv v "- iiui;i:u UIIU l-f CAsJ.J V V cmau . - . , , -., i
nn imrrini, nm pnni.i nvprt thn storm slon on tho 3d or March, 18(o, you win (n,, minutes ; that wo then senarated : i,nneia. mul wns thus nronared for sub- best dinner tuat cstauiisuraent coiuu
which foil unon us. I found myself, as find another, net among out statutes, Und that wo 'never saw each other be-1 mission to tho ncoplo or tho Stato. You afford. Whon thoy had eaten to their
.it .i .i. fii. ,.Mnr,,.i .r f 1 1 ft nAimti-if i nil nnr tnfiirinrf nnnrnnriui urns itir liiu i rnn r- oinn. if i n atatnM nil t nnart i r., ..nn it- thia rn hi- xrmi vntna
llltl XllUrtL Ul UIU U.llAUlia Ul uui vuuuiij- i a -rr-"r-
absolutely controlled by tho circutn- supportoi uioariuy
flt:!irnsvhlnh Riirrnuntlod us nnd Wlileh UUUl OI JUUC,
nroucoit na fnivt'nr(l iiiinn n nniirso oi I oCniiiu on in
i.i ,,nt nvnhl. r I record showintr
thoiiL'ht 1 ion. and I th nk now. Hint nggregtuo amount oi uiu iiiiiuuiuimiu..o n aeons I Iiavo uescriucd it, tno oniy whether that amouiimcnt 10 tno
limn, wna lini. nnn Hiinf to do. Wo lmulo by thai bill In 31 Items was idol,- thinrf of conscnuenco or of interest that pnnstitntinn of Pennsylvania. Intro
wero enmitod In a contest which was, 07U,o7 7u. nero aro nvo huevesivu occurred was this: When wo wero duecd at theso sessions by mysen
as ill. has olton been described, a contest money bins, every ono 01 wmcu uy mu about . leaving, tho Prorcssor said mat and Mr. Blllingrelt, shall be ndopieti,
nf lifn nml iinnfii. nml ihprn wad noth- record is shown to havd been pas3etl im snnnnspil Jlr. Lincoln would havo Asi n innttnr of course vou will say yes,
Intr to ho dono excont to tlgnt it out, to wuu my cuusuni mm npiiruviu, m.i-.' dlllicuity in raising tno enormous nuiu- you will vote it into ino lyonsiiiiiuuu
I .... 1 1, 1 tr..if AM fnM.l
iUili Ul ouivu 1 Ju umi aiiiivu nu wu w jJtw3 uuuu II una mil wj jwn i wsi COniniQLD nno unUro BllllSIUUllUll lUllv
lor tno year enuing detllll3 j. suppose Mr. Errott s patriotie and you aro to say now, with- all tho ,. n ',,,,, na,n!Qhmrmr. nf tho wal.
low.," wnicn pasbeu vuo conCcrn would havo boon wholly pro- knowledge you havo acquired with re- "'",, ii7V Z, i,s-i,in 'Pim
o 18th of February, the vnt,i. i Tjml!?htnr and annlauso.1 fm-onpn in ihn nlpptinn nf Statu Treasur- tors thoy called for their bill, lho
that I was present. Tho n, i,nr n-inronnvorsntin., ivhlph took nra I., iimtvimn hv thn T.prrlslnturn. vnlipr lii nttondanco misunderstood
fli'lit on. to nromoto or assist tho col
llsion of forces which wero then nrrayod
thov woro passed unanimously witn
the ono exception of tho army nppro-
would annonncototlio citizens nl lllooms-
i- nml vieiiiiiv. iiuil no im usvrteei yen u iuu
and complelo assortment of
WALL l'Al'EH, WINDOW H1IADES,
kixtu in ji, t onus, tashi:i.s,
nnd all oilier goods In Is lino of business. All
llio in-wist nun iiiiiki nppioviii pmieiusoi iuu
Inv uio always lo no luiinn muni sinuiinuiiinui.
uiar.O.'I'U-tf Mulu Ht. bolow Market.
ICW DRUG STORE.
CHRIS. A. KLEIM
ring pun onsen un
i oui in n
1 iislnrsH nl II. I'. I -id
1 1 1 in nl, 1 1 1 1, u 1 1 isHthni.iIiikii
llUUHHEy, Ae Ac.
And a cdieial nfnutiuml of tho eholiest gbods
UMinllv tiiimil ill Ills! i-tiisu . sllililUlitilf-lllu.
. l'hisicluiis' I'liseilpllons mul i'uiiilly liuclpcs
Do HuiHiiijs, oinn iiom 8 n, m,, to 10 n, in., mul
uiiitf P, m,, io p, in,
UFllMAN AND I.Ndl.IHII WOKEN.
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES
T OWN IN PltlOJU
3. XX. MAIZE'S,
A mw Moikiif Firsh (iMnls Just opened at
Tciisi. ;nfli!i'.N. .StiKtuH.
HVItlJI'H and MDLAHHI'-S. CHEESE, MUATH.
H.vi.r, i' mu. ,'u.
Vl.'dETAIll.lX, llEltJIHTiCALLY Heah.l
jr-Ll.llXnnd I'lH-'HEHVlX, 1'K'ICI.IX,
l uitiaiiN nnu iiu.Mi'-Miiu i iiunn.
An Elomii Apioi'tiiitmt
Coustaiilly on hand.
Also WOOD. WILLOW and UIiAhHWAIHOoi
All my goods nio of tho llrst ijunllly mid si ex-
lieioeiy mw piicin. . .
dccV71-tf J. MAIZE,
FRUIT TREES, SMALL FRUITS,
Ornamoiilal Trees and Plants,
Choice. Gariion ami Fioltl Sootls, &c.
A splendid stock of tho choicest vnrlctlos.
Bend lor Dcscilptlvo Catalogue nnd I'lli'i'dHst.
All Tl ces well pni ked so as toenuy safely to nny
i in inw uuiiuti niHit-v.
A'lO-illVnll il iol Sri flllildl,
exercise of their sovereign powers. Our
cry was really mado ior 113 uy our oppo
nents. They brought Into oxlsteneo
tho wrongs out of which this common
watchword nroso, and i trust mat so
effectual and completo will bo tho de
cision of our pooplo tills year, that a
repetition of this cry, at least In our
State, will nover hereafter bo required.
Applause. That the lesson now to bo
administered by tho people will not
only ho wholesome In character, but
also so enduring in its consequences,
that public men will hereafter not trans
grcsswill not render such popular
action as wo now have necessary anil
proper to vindicate republican institu
tions from reproach. Renewed ap
plause. Tin: RiNd cr.Y.
But our opponents have been troubled
for an election wy, and they havo gono
without ono for about three sorry,
weary montli3, rrom early in April
until n very recent dalo. Thoy know
not what to say in somo brier sentenco
in which to sum up their sldo or the
issues or tho campaign. Wdl.gontleincu,
they havo assort allied that this want
must, hn hilinillcil. that It 1 Hot DmCtl-
cablo ror them to carry It on succcssrul
ly, or oven respectably, a campaign
without grouping around somocommon
expression or watchword, tho princi
ples If you ploasu.tlio p.isslons which
inspire them. Mr. (I beliovo I should
say Major,) Rtissoll Errott, tho Chair
man or tho Ring Stnto Commltteo, In
an address Issued within a low days,
lnrorms thoso who follow his guidance
that thoy uro no longer to parry blows;
they uro to glvo them, anil ho proceeds
to do what all good teachers of doctrlno
do, or ought to do. Ho proceeds to
illustrate nis nuvico uy im uauiumiu,
ho proceeds to make an assault himself.
Aim wnat lie noes, unu wuui no iuu
poses that others shall do, may bo Ind ¬
ented by tho watchword for which It
won lil Ki'pm that ho has been scoiung,
and which Is a familiar ono to all of
you. Ho proposes, substantially, Hint
Uiu cry oi ins pcopio snail uo as ii
was In war times "lovaltv." nnd that
charges against all opposed to them of
lacic oi patriotism wuiu uu ui'uiy in
diilged in through nil tho nvenuns
lluoirgh which n party can speak 1
menu Its sneakers, nowspapers and
Ill piirsuanco or this design, nnd to
vnvlvn if possible the passions of tho
wnr, lie proceeds In his address to mako
an assault upon mo, and ho docs it In
lomiH not usual in pol Heal controvcr
uioa liptwceii L'cntlomon. Ho proceeds
in i n it witnoui provocation, nun wuu
.... ,,i , . , ,.r
n Wlliui anil uoiinoraiu iiiiuiiuuii ui
slatiiiL' what ho himsotf knows to bo
-- l...t T
lllllrllll. Tills! 14 Kimiltr lllllLrilllUTU. IJUV X
in tint tiller It unadvisedly. I shall
proceed to prove that It Is Just, lio
says to you, men of Lancaster, mul to
vour fellow citizens throughout tho
Stale, In express tonus, that during tho
war, or at loast during mo cuiiuiiiuiiiu
years of tho war, you wero represented
In tho United StateiUJenato by u dlsloy.
nl man; and ho proceeds further to
ns4iirl Unit nut imlv wns this disloyalty
nvhlhlfpil in Senatorial service, but
also in prlvato intrigues uud intercourse
With UIO enemies oi llio e iuieu nmuw
against each other until some ultlmato priatlou bill of lSbl, and for that I havo of Juiy) nnd I said in reply the
result should bo reached. read tho vole. Thoy amount altogether tr0op3 would bo raised. Ho sa
"As a member of tho minority in this to $1,127,822,881,30! had been told differently, and I re
ber of troops that ho had called lor by your votes nt tho October election,
(500,000 men had boon called on tho 18th and you will all think It n good thing,
iiuiv uiu a ureal improvement unu u iruu luiuim.
said ho Well, gontlemon, would it bo very
them, nnd supposing that they wanted
tho bill of rare, laid itboforo them,with
tho wine list uppormost. Now, these
flat-boat men, liko many or their class,
could "figure," but they could not read
chamber. I gavo my voto for thoso
measures ol tno majority wnicn uirecuy
pointed to tho uso of tho forco of this
uovernmont to suujugaio ino insurrec
tion which raised us noaii against us.
I como to anothor subject. I come to
the question of tho pay of the soldiers.
On tho22d of Docombor, 1803,tho record
shows that I was present whon tho bill
ded that nnv ono who had told him so
had misinformed him. Thereupon
I had cone to Niagara at that tlmo
In the porformanpo of duty under a
I was opposed to tho political policy or lm380d unanimously .appropriallng $20,- resolution or tho Senate, proposed by ernrnont ofour Stato great, salutary thom u oa
that majority, and have continued to 000iooo to pay bountlos to soldiers, and Mr. Ramsey, of Minnesota, am passed aa necessary reforms with regard to ICaVum total
cntertnin nnd ovlnco thnt opposition jt nlso shows that an amendment, of- by tho Sonale on the 2d or Ju y, 18G1. the transaction or business by tho Leg- "lesurnioiai
"writin," nnd tho wine-list was printed
"Whow. Bill!" said Jerry, "hero's a
singular to expect or you that whllo you bln , jusli00k at Ul Here, you ndd up
to vote lor tno men wno bccuiou u. " " u,u "u"s
Crios or "No !" and nppiause. So Bill added up tno prices oi wines
Then wo oxpect to obtain In tno gov- on ono sldatof the list and jeny auueu
tho other, and thoy mado
Islaturo. Wo expect to havo cut off "Wh ow, Bill l" said Jerry," mat's
. f A 1 L .1 1
inuinn Aiiiura werouiaiiutiuu iuiuvj- ftom tho Legislature a largo amount oi nretty nigh all we've got I Whatnrowo
tigato tho adminlstra ion or Indian Af- Jurisdlction which tho two houses havo todo about it
lairs by thoColonln ni,.IraporIal nu- auusca, and which has been productive W'oln todo about it . ,,,, ,
thorltles lu tho British Nurth American nf vli ', tho 8tfllG. and ol scandal and "Wo can't pay that "said B111,"H 'ud
down to this tlmo in n respectful nnd fprt,.i nt that time, to reduce bounties By that resolution
proper manner. But upon tho question frmn j300 to $100,or to compel tho Presl
or prosecuting tho war to n conclusion, (,cnt t0 puy no raoro than $100 bounty
l nover nan any uiiucuiiy ; x never to a soldier, wa3 opposed and voted
had nnv hesitation. Unon an exanii- n..innf h,r mn Thmi. rmntlnmon. vou
nntlnn nfmv record and humble fl3 it ?ni n..,i l,ot nn Ihn oo,i nf Anrll. 1801. possessions. . rnnrnnr-h. Tinrtro masses Ol Prlvato leg
mmi Im nirnnit mill iv Ulnin llPrsnnS -. r it l:l..- r T,,.l!r,.,n nir.ii-nil on W n WflTO ltllOrmCd I lai ill Clintlllll IUU :1 .linn o n .1 Inrirn hrnnpIlPsl nf liirlsdip. . . .... . i.l n. .,,ln,l,
.....j wv, .s... .'j -'"--;7 . ,r, , I ilir. aiuiiuiiuiso, ui iiiuiinit ytivivi. ..i - . , . .,M,t,in- r wmuuii uiiu mib" , . I linrO ni)W. 101 8 lump Out u UIU Wliiuim
nl nnmn I mn lin nvnill nnil It will III , I ni.t.ltnn ll.nl tlin i.n., nf O-nVPnimPllt WaS ablO tO BdmlnlStCr In- 1 1 ,,,t II, .ft.rn,,on tn 111 11a must, lin Pllt I "u "I ,ul "J"'"'
.vT..'i'V""v.rv"r:v , ... ""'o iiuiuv"i..ivii i,v,''. Su. ;u ,i,ni i,n,.in.ti,nir.rr,nnnv "" "j-,'"vr,. . Vi,Vin: nmi nuti"
iiiiiiiu LiiiiL irinii liiu liiiil) i iissuuiuu iuu i nn hi nvj in t f ovmv eti nn i nil iiii'ri-:is man ittiuna iiumm i fifi nnrfmirnr iriuii liiu uuliuii ui uiu ivii i
n,i r.n nor pnnt.. nrnvlded. howovor. stolon by tneiragonts. we wcro miorm- islntlvo denartmeut or our government "No. slr.co." said Jerry, "I'd novor
that no non-commissioned ofllcershould cd that thoy wero able to raanago their You can obtain this . by two moans. d , h moan th,nK a3 that. Lot's pay
receive more man per iiiuiun. ahui. i - ......- -"t--,,: i 'irat uu mniuij, mu uium
amendment was put to a voto, and I wars, nntl It was supposed that it might constitutional Convention which Is
vnlni fur llinllfllt It Was UUl USl uu nullum 0 n ua w iuu im ... uw tO meet ill iNOVeiUUCr, IlDiV : uuv wu
to the soldiers, wliosu pay was then but tails or tholr system. We did not sup- wiu sccur0 lt ai3o to a great extent by
seat to which m v Stato had assltrned mo
In this chamber, my courso was such 113
I havo indicated, and was in exact
aceordanco Willi tho convictions that I
clean us right out. Tho waiter n'n'
the bill ami then go down-stairs and
shoot tho landlord."
BUITOllT OF Al'l'KOl'KIATIOXH.
iilfl n innntli. I A nnlllllP. That incroaso P030 that that government had noted nipntlnr proper men to the Legislature
wnuld have made their pay $10.50, upon our example and had followed our nnd by electing somo man with proper
Thcro .is an American legend, thnt
I como lo tho Kui.ipi, i Hinno-lit was reasonable. Again, I mothotls or dealing with tno iiidtau vtQW8 unon the f-ublect to till the Exc- nnco upon n time, not many years ago,
On the 15th you will iludV on tho 17th or May. 1801, tribes, wodld not supp0 omc0 u u a groator a Ynnkeo lnvontor having produced u
question than all those tho groat ernes-
rninnrKiiuiu iiniuuiuu, niin .........
Senate to pay so dicrs m goui. iiiuir uia inuniwou i...... uon 0, clCciorai ruiorm. , ., T.' ii,0 ii,n , vt
ui.iii.iv, 1 ' J . . V .. . , I .,irti,t. llanl. nnlno n'na rnnn flnnn 1 . , i 1 nln.i nna n m I li I ,vi nnrl aa 111 11 1 lVPPPt lliat 1110 UMX V
! watres then being low, nnu gout rising, uiuiumu "i v,. primary nnu your n-gui cii.uuiii i ----
: ,,, .1 ihnv havintr families to support at to our Winnebagoes. (applauso aud orverted. Thoy ore not as thoy ought thing you produco will bo a machlno In
home, the proposition was mado to pay laughter) nnu t was tiiousnr Proper to t0 b0( freo ana pcti encounters between turn EUn.stoCks." "Tho very thing I
them n gold, or us eiiiivaioui. """VSKY onno!'nK..0l,in,.u?,3- A" EX' am considering." was the reply ; and
So much for declarations
mouts of position. Now
senatorial recuru ui mm, uu uiu nnn you win nun, on iuu nm ui "vi " r v v-i.i ii.v t.:.ViV.. ;..V..t
of l.'eb. n deficiency bill was pending in that nu amendment was oiiered in ino j uiu muy nm iw i?n.
tno tionate, relating to tno uivu-survico.
Tho Military uotnmuioo oi inoiscnau
reported nn amendment appropriating
certain monies for tho War Department
to cover deilclcnclcs lor tno current
n...-.t l.lnl. nn.liA.l llm finili nf
June. 1801. Tho Items of appropriation shlorod in tho Sonato, and passed on myself, thrco members 01 tno lntiian managomont in party allalrs applauso
in ths amciuimoiu araouuteu w ?ui,- 1 10 1 l U ol Jiny, tsui, ior an mciuusu m w......v.u, ..-v----- "",",,
r.ninin i,,nh.in iiiom horn, int in ...... nf cniiiinra fmm s.i to SIC a mltteo to perform this duty during tho
' I'J I ,l lJ i illlli A- v - - 1 I 1 1 1 llilt V ijvjww - " - 1 - - jw- . ....... - ... . a I
samo bill was contained appropriations month, with sundry other rates runn- recess. ,.,,,. mouths, cousclcnco and juugmont oi i.OGa.camotlio invention of nu eccontrli'
in . nTn .... iir....iyiniii nri' 1't . r.i ii i I. t.. imciij no iiurii nau i wus wiiuuii iu luuiuui uiu ifiiii-i n v...- i nn m ,1 1 1 ,o t no irvroiir nnnmimiii mill linur u I .... . ..
Ill lliuv itivy juiaiiiu..i u ln u , nuuju tiiw.i, .... ...B.. -; ,, -, mil. ..f A ......ul nt -MIIkfu. . , T 1"L . T-
At thnt dalo, the Iran oi l'onruary, mis L.i- month, for non-comniissioncu om- umuu " ,;.uh"' ' , rv".'?" uuio tins win oxtenu to vuvum uisu.
1 . ' l I.. Il.n Urmntn . ... . - II I ,nni (linf
auieiitiuieui vvtis iikicuu iuiu iiiuoumiu
by a unanimous voio, tno rccoru snow
ing that I wusprcsontj and again on
tho lltn or April, t a suusequoiu uingo
ol tno bill, anoincr unanimous votu cu v-
duo tlmo tho invontloti camo
" " I IllllUUUUIllUlU U imiljf ..... a i.n..M.w, " . ,
:om- you )iav0 0?en j tho management of and It has been for a long tlmo in mu
tl10 your primary elections tied up the i cossru oporatlon. Hence, say tho Yaii
latho, which will turn out oval work.
ering theso appropriations was given,
nnu on ino i-iiniiiouiiivva3i)ussuuiiiuie
K- In i in sninn manner.tlio Uiouo snow
ing that 1 was presout at ench of thoso
sessions, and Immediately beforo and
lifter thu passago ortho bill, Theso ap
iirniirliitltms for tho army and navy
amounted to $100,2:10,0 iu.
in ihn uiniQ HiuiiiL' uu net mnkln
imiiiYiiiriiiilniis lo tho naval sorvlco for
j.1..1. ... T....n 1QI!''. n.,1 fni-
luu yuiir uuuiiiK tfiiiiv, iouu in... ....
other purposes, approved -tuny i, lbui,
was passed. That bill provided for ap
propriations to tho naval servleo,
I YY HI11IU. II IT WIIIIII1 MUIL II1U. AI1U IUILL'1 I nn nlnnllmm tint on VYIIIHIt IlOrt lid 111 I llllf 1 tin H mill II IllIL 111 VlllJll viitnti
I was present at tho tlmo tho propo3l- sont by mo in nnswer wnsdclnved In otil0r a,i Kreator cities of tho State, A tramping wood-turner, dusty of runt
tion was agreed to unnntmously, nnd tho ma s, nud conscquontly ! when I you that fraud In Increased vol- . slmbl of altlr0) WUS( on hIs 11. st
nlso nftorwards on two occasions, u.u.i w ... - - ....... umo is iniruiii.ig iiseu . " nm.llcation. roftised work by n maste
Jlnnl nnlinil lllillll HIM lllll. w . j a villll 11ILITI V Ull I . UIIU Ik imiuuintih
llllitl iivnw - i.. I...I i ! nun n v I l.n.I iiial- rr n rl I
V;.... i n .i,nnfnvn in rnfoi-oiipn in had boon thcro nud had Just gono on
IUU llllVUi lliuura.vi ... T1.11 .1 ;.1., l
n, ni unlilnot. (in rne soft ho voto rortno uown mo river, w uiu uiuvmu iub iu
V.V.v.,';riatiAi fur aniiilnrs' hnuntics of establish telegraphic communica
'.''.'In: A.v.n. Vi. ,,ni.,ui i.p.ii.r.lii. u-Ith thnin. nulto unexpected v I on
S.UUU.UUU J lll WIU I.B.... --v.. " ,, :-,-.' ',7, ,..,. InltPr Wilt
VrAW . ..TTfanT.n u-ar.n iinr cent: ton bv that gentlemen, uddresscd to
. , -,i ,1 . nfln-
in viito 10 nav ilium luiimu , uuu miw
y.r. r,Miin nml inrif niiivw for hia oumov
11 ' III I villi nuiuiuin, ... a . i
o-co,nmls.slonedblllcers. ,J f?, ffl
'I'llL l'Al UV 1vWJVvj . .
. ;:..., n.nt T nnmn tn nnnthnr THE I1LACK LETTEH,
J. IIISIIUM limn ' ww...w w ... ,.,., .,,, (1 If, l, Hmllin
nt nn nrni irnmis: mm I Wlliui diiiiiiiu i.ii.n i. m uuuiniiv nu
it., o not unveil 17th of July. 1802, bo- August, lbui, nnn nnai no uia not .go
very fountiilns 6r power lu this Stnto. machinist at uoimar, in ais.ilu. nm
In Philadelphia nt this moment boasts n3 tho poor follow walked nwny ho was
nro publicly anil openly mado or mis- c..iiC(i baei- nna tho following colloquo
to worKiuau .
that you wear-'"'
A wooden hai I
about live or ten thousand votes to bo Tj0t mo sco It. Whcro did you buy It?"
miscounted or purchased or porvcriuu. T , u lnvscif. sir." "Whcro did
cuuiiiiuK m iuu iMiuiiui mu..!,. . . ,,inp(,. aiaslcr
votes nt the approaching elect on; made ooU Plnco . MMicr
imblushlugly by leading men in tho po- "What kind of a hat Is
iitif.ni nrinni-ntinu nniKMPil to us: mndo "a wooden hat."
im iiiiiiiini.-i ... w.u ........ . of colorod troops; ami Alter siitiiug nmi iv is v
iimouutlng to $101,577,888, covered by "V.y1 f lu Canada nbout tho
UJ..0f.TO ll Bv ai f actpasfed nthof July, 1802, bo- August, 1801, nndHhat he ,
Now Kontloinen you Imvo an iiuuviuu-
111 tlllfirPQI ill WllllL 1H LllUlllU Ulltll won-
wiinrn in vniir tato. Are you lllUll ill
the rural districts, citizens oi iiniicusiur
county, nro you to bo utterly poworles3
in covornment nll'alrs, becauso your
limlnat vntpa IllllV bo IllOrO tllQll b.lliltl-
----- : , ,, ..,,..,.,.. 1
flnneml Roumfort. or Ilarrlsburg.datod
ml a su "York. August 10, 1872," states' what
thn mcieivso from $1S to $1(1 Tpor month took placo botweou us, and explnlns
;;.. wi,.(.. anhiipM. nnillarcer sums ror His journey to uaimuii in mm, nuiu. x xinvv rrnni ninen vou nave an liiuiviuu- - - , i,,ii, n
you mauo it . iiuroiiiim'"
"Turned it I Tho turning latho gives
us round things and your hat Is oval."
"That Is true. But I wanted n hat
and had no money. I changed tho een-
tro and mado lt as you sco." ui comse
tho man was hired j and was tiuiniium
3 partnership, and nt last uceamu sum
rmirleior. and a mUllonolre, changing
his niuuo from Muhlo to Moulin. Ho
Just deceased, and this auocuoto cn.
to the several Navy varus uiong mu Ynror7n;a0 v a tlmt about 100,000 my Intention, nntl malo mo promlso that tins ov i win mw fnpr i,n Y"3 l3 obituary.
Atlantic coast, w hie. I havo i lot luc ud- that! would tell him when I returned nyptora 1c , that H can no longer bo
uu. in uuu v. "lo"' 1 i'"7f: :i.n, Lnirnfiiimnni'tiiii vint horanusor wnnt wero air. uioiutjoirs viuwa nuum, iuii?iiu u. r..w..v..
llliumiiiiii". 'T I .' iri.Anl.nl,l flV n i, ll,i,,n In mil I IV'nll! Wn mill riHU!Il LIllll UVII. 11 v
"westo na b-ierT, is t. w. Tn
I'-;..".-." ...I.lnl. nnlnrml mnn I in lirnill Sll I Had 111 ail II IO JUr. Hlhn- IlUl HUUJCUV IU IVIUU3, l...' V
we're.su . Wilson, on .the 22d of othatho m.gh m Mseonfldonco eu ce no m- ?
to purgo tho ballot, It U poaslblo to
and to tho Marino Co
preprinted uudor tho
a:l2.5t)S.!)0t tho nggr
proiirituio lis iieuii;
besides large aud liberal
In that caso
unanimously, the record showing
I wns ririwnni.
But I como to a moio Important bill,
tlm lm-rrPHi nf nil under which expch-
dlturos woro mado during tho war. I
nipiiii llm A vi 11 v Appropriation Bill,
signed by tho Prosldent on the 15th of
Juno, 1801, to bo found in tno tuiims
innni (ilnhe.Ui session. iiSth Congress
lonal Auneiidlx. 177. In that bill thoro
colored men wcro I
A Htllwator hen lias gono Into tho
peanut business. Aftor laying two eggs,
each measuring 0 1.2x7 3 1 inches-
. aim itrfwlnoru
April, iboi. onVrrn"imo.i.im5ut to nccontlngly. .l,..w .Mr. Thompson to the legls a uro the ro 8jo ' , v
& &.m',an ffiM RSMl? MM laying a fao
T lio c I . ectlons lo his iiniond.uoiit wcro troduccd by him. o iipicomno. iiotn onest e ,, " .M-nito tho ofl lml,fl of a peanut.