Juniata sentinel. (Mifflintown, Pa.) 1846-1873, September 27, 1865, Image 1

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Ta.. wiafceX Mart vra rrft and p-
T) min itrcct Soilh of Ilri-lg str d. .
our Stock f Ready MadeClothing before
9M 'rotiaw t'wlicre, you will And oa
and a -u4 fr Men and Hoy
arr, which be M cheai ttr catU of
e-uuntrT irolug . .
Jam l'uttfr',
Mijffintoirn, J'titi-ita CW,"7't., 4
cOffrr bitfrwoaaHWal serrke' b pti
('ullectiotis and all other fin-inns wtU
receive -rin.t attention. Oflice flr.-t door
'.rih t Crlford'e Stre, iup'tairj. )
lyiLLIAM t. AW.IS't.V.
' Attornftj at Ln
." Ann "
Jlotani ilUc
Till attend to a!' bn?ifwe MrWV4 to bis
re. te n .-""wat, 4-intown. la.
rMJIE undtr-iirnin ill rumtly rfw4
' k. the eollec'ion if cImiim" a.ttn't either the
State or National tfa'vmmaM. IVnfionK, Hack
It.Miutr, bxtr I'.tjr al all other tUims
riiinr out of the 'reseat or any other war,
rnliint..wn, Jni&ta Co., 1'a. fcbl
A U ST I 0'F2 E'E It,
RESri:CTn,I,t.T"er.i, wvisesto the! , , .. .
Vsj.Ua .rfJuswaa-w. U.; had a I H"J'' '"i, . . '".
t tf eaeriae the mie of Vemdm, i W m rt!oS " ,re uiU1 tvaml ,B
'ryinr, he feels coiilidotit tht he ca rrl'."'r?.!'Tt' ... .
general sati-factinn. II, can at all tiaies b. J. P"61! P'J for t
-.rn.ul.ed at hi, resident in MlUlintoWn; Pa.! ",J " ,m.sH J'rofi,, toT "h- A
ie r i all and examine my stock snd see
t "J '" 1 ; for ynurself, as I am suwarw really to wait on !
I. K. KT.ll'I't'EH, C
. i4 North SKCtiNK S'rweT SWiirr of
4.iarry. I'll II lLril! s.. .
An assortment of
PlittVsl W4r5
e-ntanilT ..a lad. 8; table for UOUUA 1
warns nt .
Ug Repairing "iesies and J&trlrj
jromptly attenje l to' "
. Dec. 6. liM-l ir.
w;iilesai.c .
Cijars. Tobafco and Snuff.
sa f a vwj-rav .
!. II rICAKII3 lrrrl
. asTwriN i.sEin sku ! srrr.KTs, j
rr.-T- .-- . I
" Saperior IrriiTsi 'ior.s. fine Cuiw-'
as,; Tobaito. and f.rirnf erv ,la,.rirl!nn .1
general assortiaent of fipes. tfnuff
latiey Articles, Ac. , . JulylV-3m.
r. (iKove. r etc it ttw
f: crove & ca.
3C. "W. Cor. Howard ft Jlulberry 8ta.
&ALTID0&&. '
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fjasT Consignments ef Grain, flour,- and
t'ountry Produce repectfully solicited. Also,
large and general assortment at Groceries
ju aiatd. . . i.
f I ill i.li'ijji jua
1 ,w. l'AFKll IIAM.INUS. 1 '
iii ii ii-i iiitr i
fJOU LI.1. & BL'KKE,
Corner F'tl'IlTII and MABKET Ptr
N. II. Afinestotk of LINEN SIIAltE
tantly on hand. Fah. 1 8iS-.l
lnttier lrcasjrt Isaar "T '
VCooipositioa f Neat's Foot Oil and pure
1 .r-r l.k I-....-.:.... . .. luulT . I
aH.rE LKATIIKli the softness and t liaacv ,f '
a.:i wi.ii. m-ifh r..... ri. i. i-.... B...!iu .
euipUiyed in , tho application of the orlinary
!n:kiiigs, it produces a JET UI.ACK EN
AMl.'L ; l.t SS, .-.(lullc-I only byl'ateut
. ld Retail by atl . Ii H.! AND SHOE
I'E.LEKS. 'triers received by Auieriean
. .-c'. -t, !!; ttr-adn-nv Sew York. and whole-sle-l
at ih -
inf'ucfUrf r's Depot. - 11 '-
l ilHead trt. .. V
!nsani8 Coaptay f JJcw York-
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Ch Capital - Two JSUlion Dollar.
Aiactc in Jaa'r. 1965
Liabilities, 44 "
THE "IlOMC?' is an old, well citablish
ed and reliable company. No premium
note, ho asiessmeDii. It ineuret all kindi
wf (roswny f eode, for any length of time,
fVse, aii-.5y (tot of loss by Are. Ap
plication! lolicited and j oliciee tetvied lay
' '' Agunt at Miilintown, Ta.
Tb'AT pened ia the ew (tore Boom under !
toe Odd Fellows Hall, in Thompaontowa,
iaaiata county. Pa., a well Belt cted and ele
gant assortsMvt of Ory Uoods, coniirting ia
frrt t
Ladies' Drcow Hfim,
Puch as Peiv.ttt, Ow'iiw, Vt-fnK, Af s?cai,
all wool Dolaiaes, Sheperd Plsid Lawns, and
a full assortment of Ladies' White and Faner
dwds, and a large assortment of Staple
Constantly ao hand and for sale fceap for
CASH, by
RIL'M ia the ascae building?. - An elegant
awnrt.neTil of Toady saad Clothinji for
en tnd T-ys, consisting in part of Fancy
Troek Coats, Dress Coats, rants. Vests Oraw
Ts, Collars, LleTihirts,Handker chiefs.
fc Cap Boot V 9hoc,
And Wery tliinr tlnsuaTiy founa in a first alasa
Seatleutaa's Futnishins; Store.
Faacv Goods of all kinds. Ladies Gait
ers and Balmoral Fine .Shoes, for Misses and
i Children, Carpets and HI Cloth, Ac, Atso,
good aUck of
i arstcerlM. Once itrart.
; custotii-rrs, ju-t sb 'nt jyar at nrigbt
Cheap Cash Store and Clothing Kexporius,
Tbompsintown, l a.
Aug. 1. b. R. II. wrk;ht
?1w. Moor W1RTI
83 1.
h o r 1 1 &'
are gotten up etpretely to ml the wants of
riasT rum rasoa.
Tey uhtao , Cotup'.ete assortment ef
' all the new ami usiistaLS f'yles, Hues and
I I.entrth, for La-lies Misses' and Children, and
t are superior to all others make in point of
I Symmetry. Finish and durability ; being;
mad? of (be finest tempered English riteI
SpriujTS with Linen (ntshed Covering, and
' li aTiiijr ail the metahc faa-:aings imnioTahly
' ee.'nred, by improved n;aoliiaery. Thoy re
j lain their Shape aad KUeticity to the last.
nJ re waaaaatBu to g e sntirs satis-
I Atso. constantly in receipt of full lines ef
igKHi Eastern Made SKIRTS, at very low
Sk-r . i-i i t-a u.i. . - j l . I . I
iiwes. cn.ini.-i nun 10 rrur, .iiiinu
tR4 lupaire-t. WHOLESALE and RETAIL.
at a orACTORT and Pales Boom,
23 AltCII Street, abore 6th.,
laA. TaastrCASH, 0a Pun.i Oklt :
Aug. I, 01 , . . , , .
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The ' Great inrentio tf the Ag-e in
J. W. BRA0LEV8 New Patent TiCPLEX
ELLII'TIC (or double) 8PRINO 8KIRT.
Tm3 INVENTION consists of OirLESor
two) Elliptic rt aa RariSEb btiel braiMes,
iugeniously braided tightly aud firmly togeth
er, edge to edge, making the toughest, most
fleaible elastio sad durable Spring ever wsied.
They seldom band or break, like tha Single
Springs, and coucequeutly preserve their per
fect aud beautiful eliape more thaa twice us
loug as any biugto fipriag Skirt that tve r has
or Can be uadc.
The wonderful flexibility and treat com
fort and pleasure to any Lady wearing the
Ouplex Elliptic Skirt will be experienced par-
ti iil:irly ia all crowded Assemblies, Operas,
arriages, Kaiiroaa Cars, Cinirea l'ews, Arm
t.'bairs. for Promenade aad House Ilress, as
the Mirt can be folded when in use to oeenpy
a small place as easily and conveniently as a
ffilk or Muslin Dress-
A Lady bavins- Enioved the Pleasure. Com-
i 'ort and tireat Convenience of wearine tha
uplex Elliptic Steel Spring Hkirt for a single
ay will never afterwards willingly dispense
tth tbeir use. . Far Children, Misses and
ouug Ladies they are superior to ail others.
THE HOOPS are covered with j! ply double
wi?rd thread and will wear-twice as long as
e Single vera covering whiVh ls tisedon alt
j Single tel Heop Skirt, JThe three- bottom
ronnds on every f-Hirt are also voiinie Meet,
and twice or double covered to prevent the
covering from weariug off the rods when drag
ging down stairs, stone steps, Ac., Ac. which
they are constantly subject to when in use. '.
are mad of the new and elogant Cor
. apes, and are the bl quality ia every
pert, riving the wearer the most graceful and
Meet Fhape possible, and are unqneotiona
M, ,he l'r' cmst dirh'e. eo.Urortable
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TOKS of th Invention, and SOLE MASC
KEADE STREETS, Sew-York. . ,
FOR S ALB in all first-etas' Stores in ; this
ty, and throughout the I'uited States and
uada, lluvnna do Cuba.-Mexico, South j
rnerioa' and the Wert Indies. . i
i 4lntrinr.jftii tub Uti Lti' Flmttk 'o r .:
i ei.t i ri.v.; sViur. .
"mm 1 'lasraffis
(Democratid JttSbrd 'Continuei)1. Such deHraction rf hunves 'ife had
v .-, ,. ' never been known since the destruction.
i'Ml'WCIArfO Of THE WAR. , ' Jeherib by the breath of the Almi(r)rt..
, ; , . iSittte lie ff.onWr Mwper, trioi-rtJ-
Tot Zfcsnecracy from the am having rnt had occupied the prt4VJ,Tiai chair, tM
denounced tu ar M tttlttftrtitetioBeJ, Republican party had shouted war to the
, - , , , , , . t !knlf i kmft t hilt. Blood had
unlawful, and bopelesi, were not likely j,wed in totrentt. and yet the thirst of the
to sorted their oddosWob to il aft it pro- i t iuewehrf. H ry a
creistd. If its fortunes were adverse,
it aflorded an opportunity of unlimited
. l ,1 k 1 - . .! . . If . t
auuse e " --. "
Iheu hopes or a pro-slavery recjnstruc.
tioo, and their bitterness was intensified ;
wuue tae saennces wta.rca vy m -us-
gle formed an ioexhaustilde theme for p-
pealing to the worst passions of the peo-
f fc. ' '
1. 'run&f t" r-snv.. held
. . .. , - 1 ne man, or nno gaa w the .W(il.Tl5lt trt
ra Philadelphia. September, IWwn. Wr,,,B Lincela t : r upon the
meworate the adoption of the Constitu- ?5-.ith,M
tioB, Mr.' Joel Cook declared, and his re- In thls.'Mr. Voorhees merely gave ex
saarlts, acooniiag to the party organ, were j presnion to the received policy of his par
reeeitt wi'.h great cnthusiasut : j ty as co"tantly recorded in the proceed-
I do not wish in these d.ys to see the flow j iV WO-W requiyy too
.r I,,! r.r hT th din of Wile r to h&v i much 9pce to trace Uie opposition aolo
. I I t..Aa Mir,fsaBv-l ?
... ;ms.an tiri.'tM! r.oTi?. nr to know
that my frienJs or neighbors, or perhaps my
self, can be draped oil by conscription law?
to light agiiiniit their brathern I cannot
regard a great victory afT my brethern as
anything but food for melane holy, reflec
tion." Ia the saxs ti:ood, Jlsjor Cunthcr, the
icpresentative of New York, the great
headquarters of the I etnocracy, in his
mcsk'eof September 2t, 1SG4, vetoing Mo p.-i-sall neceary bills to supply ' and
r , . ... . , . . (. money, and the duty of the people to render
the resoluttons to lllunuuute in honor "f. crery aid i , heir power to the eonstitute4
Sliriilan's victories in the Valley: authorities of the ttorernment in the crutb-
. ,
-I yiehl to no man in my ahment to the
io!l a i' was and theyoi.'stl'wtintias it is.
,t as the I ridcn. dswas.l of the Souk-
rn fjft ariandoa the rights which the
Constitution confers. I do not see hw those,
who base always held that the Federal Oov
arnmeht has nolhinr 10 do with tha Uosacsllc
institutions of the Statos. oan be expected to j
rejoice ecr wtortes which, whatever they ,
may be, sure are not Union victories." :
at the Syracuse Convention, held !
Antrost 18, li'H, preliminary to that at!
Chicago,' among the rcaoluii iiwp.d
denriuncio'r the Adiatnietrswoa, we una .
the following:
It has, and Is still waging a bloody and
relentless war for the aowed purpose of ex-
terminal :.as tight million of freemen from I
tnX.5rih.lr faiacrp. d blo.timr o... i
from the AwtritaR coaiCvlUti'Mi onc-lf or
the ftt of ib Cnion. It hvi sjr'a 19
1 : a 1. a....atf aiokail aan.l
lirnant passions, ieckless of all ends if W
V . . .
subvert l!.e existine Government and !?- i
late American citucns.
The Ashland, Ohio, '.,, a jtapcr
warmly supported by the IVjinucratic or
ganization of its region, could scarcely
find words too bitter to describe our ar
mies: "Hired Hessians going to the sunny South
ern soil to butsber by wholesale not foreign
ers, bat (3;Vt r.irn, as exemplary Christians
as any of onr own men This is a
damned abolition war. We believe Abe
Lincoln is as much of a traitor as Jefferson
Davis." ; .
In a speech before the Lansing (Mich-
igan) DemocrattO Association, in March.
1?03, .Mr. George W. Peck declared,' '
You black .republicans began this war.
You have carried it on for two years. . ou
have sent your hell hounds down South to do-
vastate the csuntry, and what have yotl
You have not conquered tbeSouth ; yoa uevei
can conquer.it. And why? Because they
are our breihvrn."
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A tract, extensively' circulated b the
Democratic Committee of I ennsylvanta,
in the canvass of 1864, thus addressed
the citizens of the State ; - r
FiRMSEs, m'H of the rnlui rrMu .' This
abolition business has .ibtoackh your farms
fvrn-rr to the rioli aicn of this country and
Lurope for every penav the lands are worth
and you will have to pay the interest f this i
mortgage lamualtg, ia the form of heavy and
ever increasing taies. This, in additiou to
the chance of being yourself or ot having
your sensor relatives drarged away hy lh
OaarT. te meet danger perhaps death pn the
battle-field ! All, to set loose upon the enun-
wy a parcel oi uruiat Airicaus, woo, i?r an
tbey can ever hope, h,era or hereafter, are bet
ter off ia their present homes than anywhere
off ia the world, or than thuy Would be in
Africa itaelf."
At the Chicago Convention, of conn,
this feeling found full and free expression.
The Rev,C. Chauneey Burr exolaimed,
"We had no right to burn their wheat flolds,
steal their pianos, spoons or jewelry. Mr.
Lincoln had stolen a good many thousand ne
groes), bnt for every negro he had thus sto
len, he bad thus stolen tea thousand spoons.
It had been said that if tha North woald lay
town their arms they would be received back
into the Union. The South could not honor-1
for her honor. Two nulliau, of men had WM thrich nd A 0,,prewiTe in
been sent dowa to the atoufhter pens of the . it3 , TOry provisiowTwhere t?!e free
?6 L"iia oW"tUen of thie State are illegally compelled to
again be tilled, aetiher by eahstments .! g. out of the Aate to fight, being a forcrf
conscription. If he ev.r uttered a prayer, it milUary serric never before demanded or
was that no one ef the States of the L nion cUimed , ,h, p4era, GcnntaL We de4
should be conquered aad subjugatH;' - , . MUDoe ,je whole Ac, in jls general intent
nd Mr Ilenrv Clav IVan . aad parpdrt. and Its special provisions, as
-vua .it. tienry ciay irean . . i j despotic, harsh, unjust and illegal. We there-
. "For over three years Liucotn hail been i fore call upon the Governor to "maintain and
ealling for men, and they had been given. ,
i!ut with all the vast armies placed at hi
coiraiand be had failed! 'bff .'.' rarLtn.' V.
I AILLI: : : I Such a failure had never bcea
TH iWTyfct f TBI LAWS.
Entertaining these riewi witk
' "'
i of the
b the war. .of coarec tho efforts
f pdj TOe directed to render it unpopular,
to oppose every measure necessary
for its continuant d stc?s. The
lino I) V YiVifiifs nP Indian, iin.
Jerto tQ hh
constituents in April, 1361, he proitieed
i them ; : .
t I say it , my contitac4, that m oar
1 representative, I will ev i!r.
I 1 . J . v s.
n J
financial and military measure WM ob
structed by Democratic members, and it
will be sufficient to mention a test vot
taken in the House of Representatives.
I'ecetnber, 17, 18i3, on the following
resolution of In Hon. Green Clay Smith,
of Kentucky :
'That wo hold it to be I ha duty of Conare.it
iingwntot toe rebellion, ant in tiriniring tne
Uadvn tBtr,,f 4- panisiment."
... . ' . ,i
'Wp'e proposition in a lul'
House, the vote on ibe Pemoeratle wJe
was threc yeas to sixty-five nays. And
the pledge thus given for the party has
neen taiitiruiiy carried out in every Ue-i.
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r... in volv.mcsiii.o.
Thus, when the country depended up-
on -rolwiireeTs tw WCt-p the ranks of the
fv. . .,.
t nion armies mil, I'em-Kratg in their
zeal constantly exposed themselves to the
tienalties of the law by discouraging and
diuading men from enlisting. Their
. . , . ,
arSument5t are well put by the Grand
Rapids (Michigan) Enyw'rrr, in 1 SOI
'The Oemocrats and the Sooth have no
r- ii 2- i j F
lo asaault and murder our fn.nH. iml .Lt-
I we be called uDon
' , ""T, , . . 1 .er 1 "?
rtstc their binds ! It seems unreasonable that
sensible men should n-k sach a thinr. If we
remain p a.isiveiu this contest, these AboU'I-jn-
ists ought to be tnttsoe-i. Aga-a we y.
Democrats ponder well before you enlist."
Even the smallest incidents were tslxa
advantage of to keep Democrats from vol
unteering, both fiom opposition to the
war and a desire to keep up the party
strength at home. Thus the Philadel
phia J.e, of .November 'J, I?(3i1, nn I
learning that the defeat , ot Vallandigham
in Ohio had caused rejoicing in Rose-!
crans aTiy, says: '.
..Kwry IVmocrat, therefore, who v?!untcor
i and happens to get into the Oeparttnent 0f
! the Cumberland, must expect to joto 11 "fkece
!,;., three' whenever his party is defeated
j Ve ,n?w. ,UM in ,hi, StMe we outnum-
I b(r ana ouioiaisi, ti,en, t although, they
, mv hc un,ble to cm all or cur throats, Why
t v, 'etH commit tiieUc. Let us hasten to do it "
i If these were the orthordox Demo-
eratic views on tlie, subject' of volunteer
ing, u is easy to imagine now bitter ware
their , v , . , . ' ...
It might have thought that the Ne
York Democratic draft riots, in July,
1863, in which Governor Seymour ad-
dressed the mob . aa his "noble hearted
, . . hi. . .. ,
ne4',' wooU have proved a ternble
warning of the results of. thus workio?
,, f' .i ..,;,- T"
00 tbe 1lM ' th u.tltta. Jt
would appear, however, as though tbeir
only influence was to excito . regret at
their prompt suppression, for, they were
immediately followed by a systematic
process) of again stimulating opposition
to the point of resistance. Scarcely was
the month ont, when the "New York
States' Riatkta : Association'-' jabliahed a
"Declaration" in which it tck the
ground that,
The cf flofliaoaty called fbc Couscrift Acf
does invade the sovereignty and jurisdiction
of this State, and unsurp rights essencial to
its existence. We deoounoe it as contrary to
r. V'. rz.-!l., "l.r 'T" i'.i.-
defend the sovertigaty and jurisdictioa of
tb State." aad to protect the people in their
j rights and liberties from this raoit odious and
jn'ulcrMc cjt rcsjioa.'1
Gorernor Seymour af quite ready
go as far as he dared in response to this
Tte hi letter of August f, 1S53.
MtLincoln, he says : '
-"It is believed by at leait one-half of the
nconleof tha laval SLatu lhl llir Pnnacrin-
tion Act. Which they are call"! udou It obrr
'jeeanse it is on toe statute ik, is in ltteir
' toUtira of th sjwyeae emtitiene law.
! There is a fear ai s"iiei.-.u thai Li; 't
are threatened wftb the severest r aitrts of
Uw Ihey are to trtele'-.v?- rf M rvete-!-
ti'MI . ,;..'...,.
Mr. William B. R4y tf course, was
ao( Vtfcind head in the endeavor to Ten
der the h edioi. In his Meadville
speech, September 17, 1863, he remarked :
."Sow what shall I say of He luer Feder
al centralism; device, by which uniiorms are
forced on the fcecks of those wbd not uh
t'O IfV., VHA a heavy tax is laid, act leech
ing to any principle of law or Constitution,
but by lot. This, it will be admitted, is a
very Imperial sort ef decree, by which Mr.
ttincola declare every able bodied citizen of
Pennsylvania, from eighteen to forty-fire, a
soldier ia r-rs Army, to be handcuffed, if
need be, to be pat in any reciBsent he ehoos-
and t relieve from svrriee only by
syiag nc Mi ereasur a ta of r huu
dled doi9.,
No time was lost In gutting a decUiou j
adverse to the Act, and on November 10,
the Democratic Judge! of th? Si'preme
Court of Pennsylvania, Lowrie, Wood
rarJ, "d Thompsoc, pronouncod it un
CoEstitUiionsl. The use made of this
judgment waa promptly shown by the
Philadelphia Ajt of November 12,
which paid of the Porcllment Act: "It
ceases to be a law, and li bt2oms the
duty of every gooi citizen to resist lis 3u-
rnreflliint ' Al
i , . ! V T
ft!'Jtlltol fir Jafi'
. .
that HOI", the draft was
.tary 5, 1S61, and Iedt
the neonle under its pressure should en-
deavrjr to avert it by volunteering, the
Age proceeded to argue that no danger of
ot a collission with the authorities was
, - ; -
, however, to be feared, for
' "War there na better reaaw-). it wwnW be
',Beientfor the Washington authori'We to
kaow that those who should attempt to arrest
at mi (Dia rriate, dj- viriuo i iuo vourcnp-
tioa Aet, would be mere tresspassers, and to
raut (Am would it every tru'i Tight and duty.
It is not possible that such collisions will be
provoked, and we eonelude, therefore, that for
the preseut the penplff Penntyh-ania are re
lieved from the frrori of the conTy.ffon."
And Conjscrase) wst :aft:ely orgaoiaed
before Mr. rfcllif Johnson, a Demo'JMlh
representative from 1'eniBylvinia, mtro
duced a resolution requiring the Presi
dent either to aqniesce ia the decision of
the State tribunal or to submit the ques
tion to the U. S. Supreme Court, then
under Chief Tustice Taney. For this
ohslruCliTe tnsasure the !emocratic mem
bers, with the exception of four, voted ia
a solid body. - What ia known fea the
Columbia Cottnty Conspiracy, an armed
and organized resistance to the law, ' was
the fcatwe! esWyU rs these teachings.
The privilege t?f commutation had been
the chief point of attack bv the Ienio
ctats, but ita rcBtoval only intensified
their bittercoe. At the Chicago Conven
tion the draft wa? the subject of th most
itiflsffiCiatory appeals to the people-
Thus, the Hon. James II. Reed, of In
dianna, eaid : -
He advianl open and aqt-board I'eais
tance to the draft. If Linccln and his satraps
attempted to enforce it. bbrd Would flow in
our streets, and it woald be right it should
Sow. Lincoln wa already damned to all
eternity, atxi he did not know if even this in
iauitions nieir Would materially affect the
estimation in which the people held hi in
lie alvised his bearers to shoot down those
wh3 wSuld enforce the draft ; to resist 13 the
bitter end the attempt to make the military
power superior, to the civil, and to openly
arm themselves that they might be prepared
for horrible contingencies,"
-Mr. Paine of Miaeouti, asked his hear
ers a ' .
"Did the rieeple .-.' a draft Not by a
d d eight. Then , the must upset the
present government at Washington. This
dynasty bed already placed In the field 2,2"0,
0"0 mell lo be o!fei upon th altar of th
s?gro, and now it demanded 600,000 more.
It these are given there will be no finality,
but only a prelude to fresh calls, all to ele
vate the flat-nosed, wooly headed, long-heeled,
cursed of God, and damned of man, 4.
ceadaats ot Alriea." ... v .
The Hon.' II. S. Orton,' of Wisconsin,
however, admitted that be liVed the dralt
ca account of the political advantage' it
gave the Democracy. .
"fader th atessttre of the draft wed God
bless the drift it is the best argument that
has ever been addrefed to the American pe;
pie. It proves that we have touched bottom,
we have got a realising seaoe that, we have
got pearly to the last t Ueh, the last man and
!be last dcllar."
Tfcs Iv. C. Chawnccy Burr floated
over the resfetasce tbat had alrcaJy Veen
made, and threatened a ffflution.
"In Sew Jersey tbey had shifted the
jnonsibititv of fbes despotic acts to
tbonlders of the Aollttnits, and more the ;
one provost marshal bad hole mad throng'.! t
his head. In im tate it as a
- rr y noil; n iiuf sVi
to J matter at one tt? t- tnd. an Abolili.inl.t
wn would accept such a position, and th
Administration had tried lo bribe Democrats,
but, thank (Jed. they bad failed. But they
honld not . any farther, they Wee about
to be a-Ji uoia lji Jfw-I by -aw indignant
penpla. They talked nhftii'. K rebellion down
nouiD, irrt i-iier renrin m na l been in
procret in ihf rVi rtt.v
it Iho Democrats thus did all t'ney
could to prevent the government from
getting men, tVy wcH? r.ot less eager t.
cut off its supplies of mutiny, by attacking
its credit, and keeping the prospects of
repudiation before the people.
Nor have these persistcu: assaults up
on the credit of the government ceased
with the triumphant clwe of the war.
That ha tindicaiod itself, but the public
debt is a thing as well of the present
tnd the future, and the Democracy, who
grudge tbe object for which it was creat
ed, still continue their attacks upon if.
On May 24, 13oj, the Democratic Judg
es ef ?'.prewe Court of Penn-vlva-
aia pronouucci the Legal Tender Act un-
constitwtioCil, and .Mr. Edward Ingersoli,
in l's New Nork pcech wf April 13,
iJJ5, l'.ta:kJ the very corner-stone of
public faith and national credit, and
boldly justifies repudiaiiou.
"I shall dtal wiih this que-tion politically,
and inquire, for a moment, whether the Ta
booing and producing classes of America are,
by our laws, or by our sjrstem of government,
or rf ny c-sd1 f r honor, human or
divine, P?iadto assume ttilT) SsrJeaT If,
on the contrary, it is rsvolutirrlary, and haa
been crerated in violation attd in overthrow
of our institutions, our d'tty as conservative
and honest citixens is to reeit it and srifr-
port these institutions In short, sir, to
put th argument iu a word,
this is the debt of Abolitionism. . If, Abv?
litionism has been false to American institu
tions then are the laboring and prvluc-
ing clashes f Aatertca uuder no obligation to
its iporti"
This is not merely & sfcsHl joric : mani
festation of individual scH'tous dishon
esty, but an indication of & terminate,
party policy, which shows itself elsewhere
with wore or less distinctness. Tho
N'w York Vforhl occasion ly experiments
upon the patience of its readers with in
sidious comparisons bt't tW Federal
debt. Th C:r:in5r.l!i "rvf", U,e or
gse of tlte pfty in the Ccutral West, is
more outspoken. In its isueof hui 1 '
1S6., it aay :
"As the good Mr. r-leek said trf Ibo P..f.
watomies, we say of tbp publio creditors, w-
hope they will get their money Vim
have always observed, that M some men
begin to spsak of est ptyibg their debts, pro
viding thin afe thus ud ihx it is net
loug Vefsre they Iwifn to drop the contingen
cy aud go iu for c" -payment iit'geihtr. '
was nft !s!ls?'lwd to soothe the exaccrba
tiSP.s rf pt? Sa'tfry Peiuocr.H-y, and n
surprise, therefore, can be lelt at its. csll
ine fcfth dent'.nrr'ltions in every 4f?vci
of bitterness. To examples will sulTicc
to show the t-jrvft' itl which it was receiv
ed. Thus the A-j: of November 1:1, 'tI.
indulges in plajfbl plwaeetitry,
'The ori;iuial drdft f"f li" n-Srteipatmii
Privlaniiti.iii is for sa'c c't tr i nd one
bid has been uttered nf iwe! bf IF"d d..
lars for it. Some Loyal Leag"lr ' Brpes it
tiHIy be secured for a loyal Hisir-! Sm-ie-ty."
Dick Turpiu'acctfwi --r 3 5k on th
highway, wbi-'h this 'ecVeRtlls rastal had
drawn np and foi gei th coal and sicnaturi
tiv recently sold in London - Ic XZiU jiuc
e'V'.li the priri! offered for the Emancipatiosi
Proclaraatioa." r . ; ,
The Philadelphia Evkmh-j Journal of
January 'JO, l8tT, was, however, not dis
posed to re gard the subject in so jocular
a light. It quoted the following from
Jeffericrj Davie) reeent mcsswfo concern
ing t'e rrcclaffiatiori, ttfr'J ehdorscd the
I rsi".tvs ss being "rrtttftftilj v fpoteo :"
"it is !o in eneet .m intimation to : rr
forth ti.lt ihty mutt pnpvre to tut-nut to a tf-
a'4lion:!....,. Iluinaiiity shudders ut tlis
arTil!i!j ar"?c"ti"9 which are betairdaily mul- '
tiplied undvr the saOCticu of those who bavo
claimed temporary possinn of the power
in the United States, and who are fast making;
its once fair name a reproach among civilized
.And the Jvni'ii? proceeded to couinieut
and enlarge upon this tcx.
".'one of thegreat bsMe'tis reilictcd from
the V,,as)"ir.nion Preclamatiiirf have been re-
ali- The Slaves hav rl risen and cut
:w tej?:"? throats, as ?he Aiiotitiomsts sii
fondly hoped.. m. We'!. tf-e s'Sres hav not
risen, but it has been -Oi the Providrnc
ef Ool, aud not from th dWrtr of Mr. Lin
rein to the contrary. ' H fsued his Ineetl
disry address, to them; iMtting them to strike
for freedom, bit ll r bive remained faith
fully with their rSSSfer?; exerpt where thy
have been dricn away at the point of the
bayonet hy Federal iroop. Tbf Presi
dent hrs ju.t as much right to declire the
-rarriage tie dissolved in th South as the
bvnd of masH'f and servant. One is as much
a military necessity as the other. - Who but
t D?.!t3.1B or a fool believes tbat the Cnion
'an restored hvsuch uisanj.'
(V.i'r;i'C.''Z on .S'"-iiH' i'tii.