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" Our OonitltitlWrt.Bnard It etor '
Our glorlom Union hold II dear '
rias forkc it novct'
h proud Gaucar.slan-our only licet!
CDrri.tf BY LnVl h. TATE. rROPntnTOR
Saturday Moruiim,July 16,1065.
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g?""t"ya 'mmmmanmmrimim ol tho proceeding under an undoubted evi
DoeKitv.a.cmin,cr.ii,ouobcnppaiit,i,corrupi. 'denco of fact. The violent attack of tho
J or compromised It knowi no buontn. It cowen . . , ,,
oo.70fdTn lT1cTno,WC!,,nc,, nv-uueuve,11011 "pono' of tho counsel for tho ao
". "P" -. The
mat tieht., or equal obiigatiom-,110 iw of nature sliaP1Dg or Icadi ng intorrogativss by tho
prvdin?tho inw or the land-ai.un. ( Court in a manner oaloulatcd to obtain a
Thr lT,-.Wr.,i ht , 8Pccfio "er,8hoWcd nnlioo. Thcbrow
Ane Unlawful Murders. ,i!n r , .1 ,
Mrs MarySurratt ICwisl'Jl)i, , g, tho, cTscI
xn wary jsurralt, J,cwis 1 ayno.Uavid ( for the defunte, wo repoat, showed mnlico.
J!., narroltl, and Qco. A. Atserott, as Tho disappearance, provious to recall for
mvwo 1U a j.wiuuu uuiy 01 our outtion
oompltoity in tho death of Mr. Lincoln,
anu the rulusal to give her only four days
rospue or to submit their trial to tho courts
us , ce meets w.th almost universal
Read the article on this subject,in anoth
er column to-day, from tho Now York
A Large Fizzle. Tho Abolition Oclc
bration, gotten up on the Fourth in tho
swamps of Greenwood,to gull tho Soldiers
and abuse Democrats,was a 'gfan-ijizzle '
Tbo Democratic Celebration iu Jackson,
outnumbered it mora than two to ono, and
was attended by at least seven tenths of
the returned Soldiers, notwithslanding the
extraordinary' efforts of tbo 'wool-ley.
heads" to give it an imposing aspect.
For the friendly notice, "Old Reose,'
gave us from the'stand, wo make our ac
knowledgement,and tendor him our "most
Thomas Dunn feigns to sneer at
tho ''Card," published, in tho last Demo
crat, over the signature of tho Thirty Fort
Mifflin Viotims and says it "don't amount
to a bill-of bean--.' Perhaps not,Thomas,
in tho estimation of fools and cowards.
But it most effectually pins, tho Ho upon
all tho 'Uoijal'liars," who insisted that we
had any agency in causing their "arrest
-Tbe Engiiu nlid-Machinery for
tbo Greenwood Petroleum Co . n'assad
through Bloomsburg, last Tuesday, for
the "He site," on Kline's Farm near
Wttle Ureen Greek, a few miles above
Kobr-burg. Mr. Enos Jacoby, the 8u
peritendent is driving a forca in putting
up the engine house and derrick. The
Engine is of twohe-horse-powor, is new
and said to bo a good one. Success atlend
Conspiracy, a tno of traitors were
overheard tho other evening, in town con
cocting "treason, strategem end doath."
They proposed on certain conditions, to
send copptrheaps inio eternity, run a
stump ca'ndidato for some office, and
in the event of failing to get the negro
.nfraSe,to annex Cuba to tho United States.
One was a long-legged brainless sprig of
the Law (!) ihe other a wooden-nut-mpg
negro, nnd the third was tho kitchen cook
of the Hospital, who looked up tho pump
to deprive the soldiers of a Drink of wat
JB Thomas Dunn, says of ''Isaac,"
tho son of Abraham, who holds a luora-
iiToomoe, which the aforesaid Thomas
would liko to posess, that "he made" the
people go to Cjtawisaa, instead of meeting
them at the county sct. This pcttv
f arl U ominous and tianifioant. Poor
Thomas wants to be Assessor, and thus
lar having failed to root out the "old ren
egade," now attempts to implicate his offi
' Our paper last weok was in ereat
demand and perused with general interest
Wo had scarcely copies enough to supply
now subscribers whilst a hundred more
would have been eagerly appropriated.
Few country papers have a larger circu
lation and is bettar loved by its friend
and more hated by tho enemies of free
dom, than the old 'Colujima Democrat.'
Another Sudden Death. Henry La
mon, a temperate and roipeotablo farmer
ol liriarorcek, in this county, retired to
his bed in usual health on Friday evening
of last week, after a days hard work in
harvest, tml in the morning his wife at
tempted to awake him, when it was dis
coverad that ha was dead
- 1 i
& The Attorney General of Virginia
Las deeded that all white citizen. who
have res d.d , , month, in a county oj'
that Stato ,vill bo entitled to vote at the 10
last wock, wcro hung on Friday at Wash witncsics, showed malico Tho extraor crs of tbo dl,y9 of tho revolulioa, that, in Maswcliusclts, said : "We mut.t bavo an
logton. It was dono in pursuance of tho' dinar v concurrence of tho" voluminous nor- t,,(J n;u 0f G,!J1 atnrd Uherij, yon will an,i.8avery God, an outi-slavery Bible,
;Dgofl,T.?mMfM&', witLsesTw?', riL!Szi:t0i --- ,u
nasty approval of President Johnson as to a unity of suggestion, demonstrate of in tho violcnco that has dared to overthrow Rl 0 Itigcrsoll, of Illinois, laid : U
jo man two days were allowed tho pris- malico. Tho execution of tho scntunco Justice in tho Federal City, for tho orirai it ii likely that Jo.tis Uhrist wnuiu nc on
mt- .uv., uuu. mo aimosi tmmouiatoiy alter its approval, in ,, r .--a-;-- 6 ,uu .u u . , .
iiu1r.ni.' Ant P .1 i . . . I . . . . . r ' tliOSQ all il npinii ! orimmnlM In Irml nut in 1 .... t . !r! ., i.s. Ti.. IA
Oners 0 Urnnarp tit ml n.l mi. I i .. . . . ol nillrtlnr. llnrniiin. w mnnrl In tirmrt ' fil.n TY.tmini-.ita if fin niirl I nnw.
Mrs. SuanATT,vas never proven guilty of ! in eontcmnt of ho order of the iBde bar- TZT.Zu b"t',t,! ! oaxbl lo have been ue1fi,d and God
lu.u. luuRcuoroi DUUI1C IS. thnl anlin nnlfnn nf n.it.1 ir. nm.n.i . . .-I'm c aU ttie dews orURlUUU Iliui. iiva
Bexteleetion therein. . Ctw lief t"' will not be cUndei;' color', are' 0':
JfTBtlZZ, Zb.r o" . hi from their bonus and business a'nd shut
R.cEmo.id, Va.,th.t the announcement of which it had been ordered with the -rim! -UP ge0D'' ni"'LS Wi"'0mt know T sbow tbst tI,e cs'&nsof our 'PP
LU marriage was incorrect, as published ofmurder. ' 'DS au'e of thc'f '"human treatment; nents in 1854 were purely Abolition, iti.
in a late Columbia Democrat,
The Military Murders.
Tbo Military "Court" whioh bai boeu
silting on tlio parties said to bavo bcou
implicated in the assassination of Mr. Llnr1
coin, hi eicotitcd its ''uommUiinn."
j Organized, as a high officer of tho Depart
tneiit of tbo Navy has dcolarcd-such bud
ics to bo, "for tho purpose of cohviotion,'
"tbo Military Commlsslou ' lias deter,
tninatcd it) lawlosa violcnco in tho blood
o( four American citizens I
; The Military Commission wo have do
clared on authority of law to have bren a
usurpation of the functions of the judioiary.
t'ho malice which tho law allege',
1 general principle in that ease, wo bavo
l8U0Wn bavo dcolarcd itself In thooourso
cross-exnm nation, of manv of thn loadim
1 p-ed with jurisdiction in the caso, is inoon-
tcstiblo testimony in support of the pro-
.nmBtlon of law that ih -IrJ.,w ,,r !!(..
wbich hns just been perpeffated at Wash
inrtou, was characterized, in fact, by tho
mnlico wbich makcB tho
makcB tbo taking of life
Bal Jorms, some men will say, in the
stolidity of their souls, aro of very little
importance in cases that do not involve
substantial injustiuu ! Tbo gross stupidi-
ty of those who meet tho orimo involved
in tho death of Mrs. Surratt and her as
. , , .
sociatcs with expressions of indifference
for tbeyof-His of law, is precisely the stuff
nn irriinl, r.n-,. f.,,. .!.
of despotism. Outsido onus of fredom can
find no dwelling .laco in tho habititbns
t i m i v. , ,
of men 1 Technicalities, rules of law.b s
,.' , , '
of right, declarations of iiidependcnoo,i!on
,- . r ,
stitutionalhmitationi of power, are them -
, ., ' "
selves not merely tho tenement but the
....., i i t cv . . r i .-
very body ! Indifferent to form. ! I-orms
aro rights ; forms aro
are freedom I
privileges; forms I
Mrs. Surratt, people will say.was inno
cent. Wo oare vory Httlo for Mrs. Sur
ratt; wo caro very little wbothcr she was
guilty or innocent : wo ignore all knowl
edge, one way or tho other, presented in
tho chaos of truth and perjury which we
havo seen, in tho form of testimony, taken
before the usurpation which overthrow, in
the City of Washington, both iho law and
the judiciary. A enmmittoo executing the
bloody code of Judge Lynch, having seized
a parly of our fcllow-citiz-'ns.good or evil
as they may have been, and having, after
a pretext of trial, executed upon tb?m the
penalty of death, must not dare presume
to plead to m reports of its imfamous pro
eeedingi, in extenuation of a crime that,
placed under tho ban of both God and
man, knoivs no other namo, in either mor
rals or law, than murder I
Whether Mrs Surratt wa?f or was not
guilty, we repeat we neither know nor
oare to know, Whethor Atzjrot, Hayne,
flerold, were, or wcro not co-conspirators
with Bjotb, wo aro not aware, nor at this
moment are w disposod to inquire.
How can we presume to know ? In sol
iimn duty to our trutt as an agent of the
"eternal vigilanoo" which has been wall
id to bo "ihc piicc of liberty," we arc
bound to reject with scorn all tho accounts
of the proceedings of tho violent men who
bad the insolenoe to subject Mrs. Surratt
and her companions to a mockery of trial.
I he innoeoDce or the guilt of that woman
md her associates has never been put in
evilence unless wo arc to suppose lynch I
law to be entitled to the reverence due
the civil law ; and, therefore, in deter
mined adherence lo the saored forms
that enBhrino liberty, we shall hold Mrs.
Surratt and all her fellow-victims, so long
as they Bland so under a bencficient pro
sumtiou of constitutional justice, cn'titlod
itill to the supposition of their innocence!
Lynch law can, we repeat, make no one
guilty. To aoecpt its proceedings in jus
tifioation of its murders is substantial to
compound with felony! Innocent in the' , . 7 t0 'n8,tt tbat 11,8
eye ol the lay. though all the eowtW P - 'm ,u?ivcrsal 5,,ffraS0 upon this in
and unconvicted persons who were yester-' T , 'gDrant Ra' Tl' EaMera
day put to nvi.ilent death in Washington llePnW-"me out sr.naro for Negro
are, we hold their acts and their per ton,1 Sn.r tY8'"11 W0'"'
alike indifferent in dealing with tho great 1 v u'J 7, trCak" ahead'
crime of tho men who .ud r spoifs b 1 nst ' n' "loaves
nr ., r ..... Psoi this matter where it belongsto tho Sutrs
A lolemn duty is devolved upon us bv
thf nrimn vvl.UI. I.. !...-. ' ...
W d, a J Qommlwa
!! ,1,2 r JurnBl we bav
ZLmT.'' 1 a
a. I th Ini s vtenee- h r0D!'Di''
1 1 L t S .!!
' T .. ",Bl
J- I J "ma of hborlj, In tho
of low, in Iht B.m. of the .entity
f ;fW "n.8
,he fu' of our conviction, declara tho'
The outrigo ls been committed, nnd
jcfcnnot bo undone. Hut a grout orlmo
remains, notwithstanding, to be expiated,
Four Amorioan citizens bavo bton mur-
"trod in opon day under, tho shadow or
tbc Capital, panoplied to sill tho sacred
rights of their citizenship 1 Tho solfisk.
ness wh oh aavs thut Uwles-i vlnlnnnn nn.
not reach this individual, or that, other, it
a mggestlon of iho soul of a sltivo. Wo
spit upon It. No man's safety is worth
tho lease of an hour if bloody lawlessness
1.. .11...... 1 !.. .:.,. v.. .i.... . . 1
tism docs not bring millions
15 having mur
dered but a few it does its work among tbo
masses by terrors. And its uolatod out
rages tako pltco, mark you', nt the very
broastworks of liberty. The battle of freo
dom, wo must lltoicforc. assutuo to have
been begun, and wo owe it, if not to the
PrcS011t dl,' anu generation, certainly to
tho future, to fight it out IOU. Assemble
then, fellowcitizens, who lovo tbo law,
who know Its form to bo the boa, of lib.
crty, who bold yourown rights bound up
'udi'solubly in the right of every Individ
"aI, oitizo"' faDd '"c tho ori.no that erics
"caven from the gibbets ol yesterday a
memorable example to murpation lor over
Assomblo, wo say, organizo, suWibe.
a" resolve bcture tho manes of vourfath
-fa.. .) .. r ,...! .i .
all tho forms of law, nnd all tho freedom
of the publio that tits today wecpinij,
Hko a Niobe, at tho feet of the gibbets on
il 'S !
tolav, without any passion unworthy
men establishing a gro t precedent for
tho s;foty of their institutions, that you
will, if the law of tho hind shall declare
thoso. men guiltv, uso cvory honorablo
means to sustain the Executive in a do
termination to tcaoh, in hi-tory, tha lesson
that cannot to conveyed otherwise, with
sacl) fi00d m',cki,'d, as by the exneu-
,l!D th t0DtBDe ?D !hos, f00'8 of law
loss power, oven unto death I
, H(W yorj- Daily Kites.
1 Tor the "Colo.mdu DEMocniT,
'Klin r i n r tfinf Anntl.iiH V
.....,. .1 , . f
Ied country for the last four years, b
fna, v,;n .., , ,P, J -,
, last being ex iolled. Tho southern idea
'p.M , , , ,
, of soiling up a confederacy is exploded
' ,i i . j ,
I and with judgment and moderation, l ie
1 s.l!n , o, . . , . ,,
i oiu oliip ol otatc. will soon bo on her o d
. .. .
lh.. K nBnn,n '.,'' 1....
another four years of such misery, dcsobi
tion and death, caused by the fanaticism
and ambition of bad men. Ono propitiou-i
omen of the present timo is tho prevalenc?
of a conservative feeling throughout our
land. Men who could talk of nothing but
blood and destruction a few months sir.ee,
are now following in the ranks of the great
conservative party, and aro willing to ns
sist in rebuilding upon that sure old Dem
ocratic foundation that our Fathers laid.
Of this we bavo a striking exemplification
by the obief Magistrate of tho nation, in
his laudable efforts to assist in the rcsto
ration of States, He refuses to havo any
thing to do in rclalion lo tho Enfranchise
ment of the Negro, which vexes very loyal
men sorely. Nothing but Negro suffrage
and amalgamation will satitly them. Tbc
latter arrangement wo migh submit to, viz :
amalgamation a Negroes and Molilionis
lo .1.... I . .1 ... , . .
from would not be offunsive to a lover of
tho Cauoassian Race.
Mr. Editor, what has this Negro Race
ever done that they should receive such '
marked attention at our bauds. What
aro their achievements in tho Arts and,
Soicnoes. What have thej over dono in '
Africi where thev have livpfl
never bear nftM. !
msnt nn ,lrin.;t,iAf .i. ,
If they arc endorsed with all th, olemnnt, '
of greatness that d isif llfTlli.linfl Ihn n
casian Rcc, they will assert their rights 1
they will not need the fanniioal hnr,..'
of Philips aud Sumner and strong minded :
women to tell them their rights, to show
how they appreciate pardon, and what
use thoy make of it. Wo only need refer
to tho Texas cxredition together with
other serious difficulties they havu had
with our soldiers and citizens reoontly
Since they havo been declared freo, liberty
wi.h them is licentiousness-libcrty without
restraint is anarchy and yet leading men
'h b,itJon or Republican party havo
Wfi n , ... - ,, r J"
ivkn ni.n.j i .i.. t...m. , .. .
"WHO DUIIV lor
Jon30- The Republioan party depend
iog upon tho Negro vote of tho South of
ffbiol"h likely to fall, they are
C"M bo D.mocrfloy, Who have
bCB" PO-a --I. vilified by bad men
uresseti in a little brict author ty.aro loom-
Dg up , n . JcJr anciont vfor
wo trut ogain to guiiolho .liip of Su.o
then we may expect tho law. admin st d'
a, laid down In iim lUnt. .. : L.
.July 10, ISG5,
nnu IUBV IUUUIUU UD SO UC 1I1E0 a 0.(1 i ....
snot.whero the rich nerfnn.n ,:,, lt0' I11'ois. a ""
for tht "ColumH Dimtcral."
Dcstiltbry Letter. No. G.
Cot., Taxk i In this number lavish to
present a low llistorio RorulniJcouocs
present a low Ilistorio KoruinlJcouocs
wliloli l tlitnic provo to every impartial auu
011,1,11,1 rcoder.thal our l61itlca1 opponents
ate rcal,y 015,1 'r,ll' Abolitionists in pnn -
olilo,in practice and policy, in tho fullest
gnnso of tho wotdt that this Is their prop'r
u"w '" K' ; . "
records sln.w that lllOV are not satisfied
with Hod himself, mir his Holy Word,
nor tho different and illstiuot ltnocs ol
Men which the Creator has made I that
by mifccgcnalion they plead for tho mix
ture of the different races of men, and
thus abolish ill distinction whioh God has
inadu in the Human family, and ultimately
abolish cntirtly the Family of Man ! !
For erery iutulligonl person on this sub
ject, knows that the fourth generation of
mixed races become abortive, and oannot
fulfil the command of tho Almighty as
laid down in Gen. 1 'i'i.
A few years ago Anson Uurlingame, of
damned for not Preaching ogalnt slav
' ery " This is tho same man who said,
, ,b0 Constitu'ion. we bavo no
need of it."
Win. L. Guriifon,ni)iuc timo Muce,burnt
tho Constitution of the Uuitcd States on
the Fourth of July, and thou declared "it
was one of the most pluasant and satis
factory "nets of his life," or words to thai
cff.ct. Again, W Phillips said : "The
Constitution of eur Fathers was a mistake.
Tear it in pieces and make a b'ller ; don't
toy th machine is out of order ; it is in
order ; it does what iti framcrs intended
protect slavery. Our claim, (naid be)
is disunion, breaking up the btalrs ''
In harmony with this, W. L Garrison
iaid : "This Union is a lb ! The dmcr
iean Union is an impustinc,a covenant
with death, and an agreement ic th hell !
I am for its overthrow ! Up with the j
tl-ig of disunion, that wo may have a freo
and glorious Kepubl'c uf our own."
I will hero present what W. Pni'lips
said of what hap been called tho "Repub-,
Mean party," and when our
troubles began to rto under its sectional
influence: "No man has a right to bo
surpiised at this stato ol thing. It is
just what wo Abolition di.-ui.iouists have
attempted lo bring about. It is the first
scciiooal party ever organizod in this
oountry. It dots not know its own face,
it calls itsglf national ; but it i not na
tional, it u ffclioual. Thn Republican
party is a party of the North pledged
against tho SjuiIi."
In his paper called tho Liberator, V ,
L Garrison said : "The Republican
party is moulding public sentiment in the
right direction for the specifio work tho
Abolitionists arc striving to accomplish,
; v:z. Tho dissolution ol tho Union, and,;"" uc" uu ,,,ucr Slauas
j the abolition of slavery throughout tho' Iu 8r,7i,i B Uo'por published a Bjok
laud." 1 eallud, ' l'he impending Cri.iis" for the
A student at Evcutton Collciro, Cook "'foulation of which tho Abolitionists rais
that I institution, iu which he said : "Mav
the United StaUs eac to exist, may it
bo blotted oat if slavery rears its head."
Mr. Lincoln once said : "I h.ivo al-
ways bated slavery, I think, as muob as
any oilier abolitionist. I have always
hated it, but I have been quiet about it,.
until the iulroductiou of the Nebraska bill
bogau, I always belicvod that every body 1
was acainst it,.and that it was in course of
uIt,lnat0 "'""on-" Again bo said, "I i
... , . ., .... ,
leave you, Hoping tnattne lamp ol liberty
Luru 5" ,our bos0Q,a ulltil lliere fcba11
o longer bo any doubt that all men are
LrD fre aBd C(lal"
I n 9 n n . I
In speaking against the Cou-titutional
Fugitive Slave Law, Mr. Siward said :
"Extend a cordial welcome to the fu diive !
slave who liys his weary limbs nl your
door, and defend liim as you would vour
paternal gods. Correct yout own rrror,
that slavery his any Constitutional guar
antcc whioh may not be released, and
ought not lo bo rcliuqMi,hcd. Say to
slavery, wiien it shows it bond and de-
mauds the pouud of flush, (or its lccil
ngi initial ii it draws one drop of blood,
its life (or constitutional existanoe) shall
pay the forfeit, D,, and inculcate all this,
and you will soon bring tho parties of the
country into aucffectivo aggression upon
h. P. Chaso said : "Slav
very must ceas,
or Aniprin lit,n..
In hi 7WA,..f i , ,.
. r.u,.urjf JOOi,
th0 UlsboP "' Abolitionism, Horace Gree-
saiJ : "Wo loathe and detest all laws
bi'sb S" withhold political rights on
ount of color. "A man is a man for
a'that,'' and ought to have tho full rights
01 ,""uo.'d, whether Lis ancestors were
Celts, Goths or Hoitentots, whether hi.
complexion be ebony or iv or,. Al c n
- tltuLnl exclusions' of any 'clast f m
tho noils, th. I.... ,
only necessary to rfcr to (ho followin"
rcsolutiou which was adopted by their
r'nn.nnitnn tn Auburn N Y Sen't of
Convention in Auburn, i , oep i oi
that year, namely:
Kttolvfd, Tb'at' wo recommend that a
f Delegates from the f,ec
in number to-their reptcson-
tntiVL.s N c0,grcj3 respeotivoly, bo bold
. ,, u of sVril(,ll,n.ftn (i. 411. of ti v
I1B50, to nominnto oandidatos for tho
( iirogWenev nmi yjco of the United Statos,
. t(0 pr0,jenta ctotion,"
, fm , ........ iu.k.i- ...!. .(..
1 -liim luauiuuuii mm uuuuiou wuu iiu-
j lishPil In tbc N. Y, papers of Sep t 127,
1851 '. Dr. Sumliri as moved to call this
the Republican parti carried. Such is D0,, bolinI(1 ' tlic r"t Kepublican parly
the origin of the Kopublioan parlyfa-id la niergotl into tho littlo Abolition party.
Senator Dooliltlo told tho oountry in a Tll droP ,,a9 "'oral tho Ilucket-ful.
spceob in tho Sbnato Feb. 17, 1800, "that Tcte ani on,y ttT0 Parti now, the Abo
tbo Republican party had olected Thomas litioD wljich in ,frei,t P'i' of Mis
Jcfforsou, President in 1801 I Oh what a ogcnation, aud behind them that con
whopping lie lint wasl! I wonder it did I cniptiblc crowd who fear tho South.
not choko tho old wretch to death ; hut I Wl''t dil' Abolitionism swallow up Repub
abolitionists can gel used to most any ,io;lm';m 7 Bol"o it was founded on
thing that is faUe 1 The N. Yi Tiibitnc, s priueiplcs nearer tho truth. Became ond
of May 18,. 1800, says, That during thomaB wuo ' riS,1 ia a mnjoiity ngainst tho
proceedings of tho oouveution in which 'worltl '1','0 people do not yet understand ;
nominated Lincoln at CLiesgo, Judge l,ut ,,1C (lla prejudices are being swept
Jessui-, roso and said ; That he desired to awn'' 'J,"-'y "ow say we mutt free the
iinend a verbal mistako in tho namo of tho ' nofiroC8 S l them is to rccogniz i llieir
party It was printed in tho resolutions, j t-'quality with tho white man " On pngo
'National Republican paity." Ho wished
to strike out the word 'national," as il
was 7iot the namo by which tho party was
iroperly known." The- correction was
made. This sustains thn view nf V.
Philips given above. Gov. N. P. Bink,
one of Lincoln's Mijar Generals, said,
"in ccitain circuiustances I am willing to
lei tho Union slide, if slavery is continued,
"this Union canuot, and ought not to
-itand." Again ho naid, "I can conceive
time wlun this Constitution shall not be
incxtsloneo; when wo shall havo an ah
soluto military dictatorial gnvcrnmont
traiiMiiitted from ago to age." It A
Spaulding, of Ohio and, "I i tlieoise of
the alternatives being presented, of the
continuance of sLviry or a di.-Bolution ol
the Union,! am fur dissolution's audi
caro not how quick it comes." This was
Aftur the rebellion bad progressed somo
limo, aud the abolitioniits thought the
i Constitution and tho Union would be per
manently uestroycit, tueir natioial Ami
slavery society held u meeting in N. Y.,
and passed the following resolution :
L'esofv-d, "That while tho society has
rendered this verdict with the deepest cm-phosi-,
it has not failed lo remind the neo-
p, ot t!ie Nor,b ,nat)rvc ''bco tho ad.'p
. "uu " """u.ion o. me u. their
et havo run to evil, and ihey have made
ta 10 sl,ud innoejnt blood in the way ol
-"0'-g complicity ; mat by consent
. " ",V9 representrt.ou in Oongress,
to tbe arrest and condition of fug'iivc
slaves on their own soil, and to tho sup
pression of slave insurrections by iho iron
hand of the geucral government, they (the
people) have made "a covenant with death
and with hell they have btcn ulngreiment,
till, ut last, judgment is laid to tbc line.and
lighteou.ncs.- to the plummet.and tho ball
sweeps away tho refuge of lies ; the wat-
er.3 0vcit ,ho l'Mug placc.the. covenmt
, alu " aau""tia,aoa the agreement
1 I r
Cd Ut'e fiUm.3. of ",onc and Book
"'a!l endorsieu by (ii niombers of Conoress
i,tJl1 generally circulated by them iu 1800
j a P81"' ''lcotionceriDg document. In the
-Edition from hich I quote days, We
unhesitaliDgly declaro ourselves in favor
of t,1D imacdiatc and unconditional aboli
Jlon ol f aVl!r)'" We eaunot be too haJty
0i,r''ug ul our designs Page 33 No
I man can bo a true
m " cnn 0 8 lruo l"triot without first
B'1"S Abolitoni ts Pa0 1 1 (1
A6ll'8t slaveholders, as a body, we w.ige
-... i ago izu j uu.-
nilf,V,nrn,nn,nninH Tl... ,i., ,,t.
havo we fully aud frankly defiucd our po-
siuon; w: have no modifications to pro
poeo, no compromises to offrr, nothing to
rstruot. Frown, sirs, fret, foam, prepare
your weapons, threat, strike, shoot, stab,
1Ufi 011 oml Wur' d"0be the Uuio-i.uny
au",u,lal " lno H0'" system, if you will
do all this, more, less, belter, worse, any
thing do what you nil), sirs, yu can
neither loil nor intimidate us ; our purpouc
is as firmly fixed as tbe eternal pillars of
Heaven, we have determined to "abolish
slavorv, and. so heln tuOnn at.nii.i, :. ..
wil,i" l'go JS7
- ' f - ' 1 ' I lb
In a Pamphlet called 'Miscccinalion '
tlic theory of tho blending of tho Races,
applied to tbo Ameriuan white man and
negro, 1 13 Mason street, N. Y Page
au the Author says, wo must beoome a
yellow skinned, black haired people in
fine, wo muni become Misogens (or mixed)
if wo would attain the full results of civil
"lion. And on pagos -W and 50, he says
say todav. ''He 7b. Zr"?.
ajainst me." When be cast out devils.as1
Burnside did in Ohio, and went about do 1
- - - ----- ,, .iju ,B ,
tiff rrofvl . r,,i.,:. -tr-. j . .. i
00 "ri""'ii; uuureu, to the
poor and the oppressod.tho hypocrites were'
horrified, and talked to him of the law
and tho prophets, as the traitor? of to-day
talk ol coartc and constitutions. It is fit
ting that wc(Loyalieu)jhould brand theso
men with tbe namo ol Connerhr,r?s
g.in b. uni i-Tbn po.itloo or ik.
n.Pab,i..0 ,., ,.d., rtm, u f
w ro oward the truth. Hut tho '
psrty will not perform its whole mission
inr( ' wo nanaaru ot (.so-
ca. u, am gamat.on or (tmsccg nat.on.)
When tho President proclaimed iMnanoi
patlon lio proclaimed also the mingling of
tbo raocs. J. uo ono loimwH the other
I.. rn um
BU1UIJ US Ulll'UUIIJT IUIIUWB BUUIino, J UO
psrty, ss it whole, will not admit it jet. '
'J'hoy movo iu darkness, not knowing what!
tin doy will reveal to them. They doniod j
tbry wcro Abolillonisls. But'
had set their faces toward the littht. '
they could not stand still And
0J 1D nn,wer to the question "what wi
you do with tho negro when he is free,''
the author says : "Wo will take him in
to our society, into our eburcbesffuto our
Bcbools, into our social circles, into our
lfanillici,i ffc w,l' receive him as our young
I " V0 01 11,1 C5 t,ic author ayi ;
'"Tu',t ,llu solution of the negro prnblem
will not h ivo been reached in ib's coiin-
irj uiiiii iuunu opinion unctions a union
of the two race. T'ioI it is lliu duty of
anti-slavery men cvciy where to advocate
mii-oegpnasion or the mini;liiig of :ill the
races on this continent, '
From authentic documents iu my pos
Koisiou oilier ex'raels niinil.ir to a'l Iheso
presented here could be made lo almost
any numbei ; but t deem these fuflicioui
to prove condu ively that while the oppo
neiit, of the Democracy adln-ro lo thuir
present principle" ami practices they fho'd
be known ouly as Auoutionisim, and
justly icjarded as such, nn I nothing ruorc
Fiom Slur of th'
h DltlSlctil lluillhli"
If it in ti 'it aimrally knnn, I wi -h ii in
he iliKinieily nn.hir-i.ood, that o 1 rt.niiic 1
a rude, ijjnnr.iiil. nnpriiicnil d, luifiii h
Kiinttemaii, I rum tin womlen niilinei! com
try, is now nlii)ina in Ltliiom -tiuiu ; jiM.
tirully known a- a Piano nml AMoi':nn
aiiuiil bin inn prop-'rh it- mii-ural hum.
tuij ; and dm- i'o .l.,ruii! in ihe r-'ct- : ''
ever I hear ell ol a eop erhend ntywa anv-
tiinu in my f.ivnr I .1 r an d ii a an iniili
11. d knnek liim into Ktrtrrii ly tr-u lir.-i ittn I
Ihisyinl s k l.il.ifirr ic prrfeui
in in.ikiiii; iti is a- e-lion aniniiy imiinlo
kti'iw In m, nil ! e-iei ially l)-iiiocr.il,
leu ine iruin 111 an itmu. in hi-
mi mi or lie nm null- iu li-.ini, llll par e
,is:iei! 111 Ihe correciinif,s of ihi-,' thai H.-n -licit
if- euv abln in no in. in nor lace nl iwti;
anil lli al iinMiiiiy l.iioralile can be milhlnU
ly -aiil ol liim. KkIioiv I Tii.-icr 11-. tear
um that some cnmp.H. ion-tie one a-noiii;
you may prniKiunre one wort in his favor"
I caution ) mi lo b-w ir.! ol 11; in inoi.Mronv
biped ; for n ho amoti-j n ia any ile-ne
Hi bt llirn-.! ink) tn'nfi y witlmni a inn-iiieiil-
war in-j. He 1, ma nnlv iiioiimron
111 si-'ainl Mreiiiilh, tint ol hiicIi Inr-t.in 0 '
ouraae .nut uml.i niitetl h.'roiMii h- lo cau-e
hi- lellnw men tn Ircititde and Iihcohih as
loiii-hcd 0.1 h!.i.i'i ol Ins iiiaun.iniiiioi.s
ih'ea'b h ch, v are ul.ul lo r.-aiH, h.ive
iievoi tin.'ii known, 111 oil- in-lain.., t)t;
c.ihi.'iI 11. 11 iwei ntinii. Wliat I have tn
tear lor ynu ami ttin- eaii-en me m ,u
jou, ir. iIihi il he -hniihl he co 1fr011tp.1l bt
ni.e nl in. yon enul.l no' tvuhManU the
-eeiie whioh will pre-eni IimiIi rti tl,l(i ,,,,,
"I dip palor vvhicn uili over-pr.-a I hi. (., ,
brow, the llistima ol lux oniall livinklina
orbs the i-u-i-l.tne. o' l.i inskv teeih die
-hikiiiy mid iri'iiiblinj; n his
lieme.ies 111.I his mi I, leu traush inn into
Ihe parrel ol ihe ncl'nusH Hntel, where I e
.l remain nil In h,u nl ineelmg u
nn iiKitiiiii, MILiSLLiet. I It.ls
me 11 cn oi niavery vvlin:ti cliar.icierizi t,i,
renowned, eininen' ait I Inynl tiuiiihiir
His riidnvo Iu iiitiiiii(,o!i7.e all uunver
sa'ton b r.air.ituii; the wnnileiiul e.,i
which hit h,i. piiflurmeil, the prodigies ol
valnr of which lie has been Hut hero, the
wonderful eceapei ol which he has tiern
the nut jeel aud his numerous mlvtii ttires.
in which he wiif, alwajr- the principal acini.
Ullil'tl ll'UIll U.S ..n.r.jn I i, .... .. it '
I 11 r , j nsiuuiuuij, (, lVe
never failed to retr.iiiil nn, nf a hiotv mid I
smiie nine auo in a .ailmad car, wl,, I
""' : ' " "'r';iai viei.fjil unit Ci'l-
fioalions o( ocr liraituan hero A certain
iirayuadoe.i.i had been mal'iim hiui-ell pnn-spicuou-
when an old (eutl.'maii, wit), a
solemn vi-ajn, and an ivory. he.cle.t cui,u
si fun in the buck corner of Um car cx.
alatnted: Tliat last adventure ot ,ouis
younu Inend, is u cry cvtranrdin Jtv one
mi eMruor.luiary imteed. Une cotthl hard
ly believe 11 without having set 1 11. ,,dn i
see it; but I can relate a eiiourm.li.iic6
which Imppeiud 111 my lamily, and 111
which I was ler a lime deeply inuum-ied
which is almost u- remarkable and I be-'
Itdve quite us true.
''Wn, yotl hear it?" "Cotliilnlt- " ai.i.l
irm,i.,L.i. ll .l .il l . . ' I "" 1 I
.r..v ir;; t :::'r. t," ,,."e" i
wnile comnanv. ceuinp nn i,.tl... r 1
,uu; ecuoea I 10 ,
l-uiii anv, ne inn nn
Ihe soIhiiiii phiz of the old Reiulumai that
somothins neh was in ihe wind.
'-Well, ir," continued iho narrator ' the
ctrcum-luiice to which I alluded is thi.
IS 'III i
My lather had three children. He Z, 'Z '
H.ui,. ,.iicil nau IB
it niV flrisr '
,C Bha Ur- es,,alf' !" "uinrhip of '
Cl ifa ,$J"
1"... ' ' ? ""' iue atu ,
" iiKeu, snu many yeais of
"'.!" 1 "S""0" ed, and during all of
iho coms of ihe prnceet'.inxs
V ealinn nn ihu u.i..i m.
father and uncle saw this and thou-h bitter
etiemte-, ihey had too much senio to bite
e-cli his own nose off. Thev were chival
"sic Kiauiia v eaunit nn ihu nr..
anu uravo men, almost as much
probably, as jour-elf, sir, (addres.ie ,he'
a much, I
. ''i " juuisou, ir, maures-iiie Um i
m ; anu iney ae
,rle fi9lJo' n"0'i the m.joriiy ohhe oi. Juiyis, iw, M BJ ' 1
tivo' ,t'P',,H iho affirmative. It wn
toadily acpcdeil to. Mj oldem brother n
0.n on ihr HPPnlnled day, nnd al The n
ibii ueuu upon mo tmr. My next
1 ronsln ihrnuBli Hie limes, and denote!
mew b w ncuo nrealli nllefwnrds."
Here tin nlilanr.il .1,1.
f,rtt.l fl,Ul I. A ...... ... 1 . .
p tent tlmi lit .'i;.nd
. . u ii in cn
H n ii n r en i ii srnil) I,h ptocee,'pd .' 'i
iu v. I eei tip nji It" in to lake mh,1
nnd I' Pit Ii r li -lid it r r,,r, n . , ,
Ij I i Mi lll.l) H.j.-htil It vf. i.m mi n Hi,
leaMl-Hi n mil n I nnd irm I r i,n(J nv
piflnl in VBVrr II lw ,t dw,.p ff ,IPp ,
)t jmsibi iiy that tp-icd upen it p. c tonk
(i in laiet h tin iiliotiei.iif I'ifrlisijje
n innirenl ili r lipnn' nml nr r1
Here tl,p rsmtler I ul hit- Imleiel ir-f
Ii if fucr, olid rren r d lo ihiike v it, m0
p r c . 1 1 1 1 e n(iiatinn.
"Well, tli," pxplalmpd bfapaadeeio.wlin
had lliceiicd 10 Um narr ilivo' with olmoift
brpiiihle'R nltoiilion, "Well, .lr-ue J
whal was llic ri'nll ? How did il ond ? '
1 jAuI (mi the wy fi ( (I t,u rallied
ihe old KPiitleman ; the prnpeity passed in.
lo the daiidi of my iineli1 anil Inn Imrily
ntnl in) surviving brothel ha been ioor a!
a rat ever jince I
I linpp the on.'i-.lciti will lint be I st nnnn
Mr liHiiriPii, il tn w I peiu-p and dijjii-l
it that he may become wice in luinr.
Col. Tate : In looking over my let
tor No f as published iu your paper of
tbe 24th ult., I oVervc an unintentional
error a to tho year in which the Hon. H.
Clay made hN ffst spceeh in favor ol a
United States Bank. It was not in 1311,
but subsequent to that timc.v
II is true Mr. Clay was in the U S.
Senato iu 181 1, but then co operated with
the Democracy aga'nst lb Bauk and the
year in whioh Ir) changed bis position I
cannot now state accurately. I know that
lie was certainly in favoi of iho B ll to
rcchtrtcr tin lhn't which Gen. Jick-ou
voted in laU'J.
Wishing to do jiiiliee to all men. I re
q'ict you to pl,'a.c publi-h this eorrcclinn
and greatly oblige JHFFI3US0N.
sy- On Jloudny, Angut 7, there mil
be an election in Kentucky for Cone. res,
I liPgi-laturu, btato 'treasurer, and Judif.
I of the So; reiue Cul t to niecd'l Jinle
B8r During last week fit) I rebel priMin
"rs wore released, makim; a tmal of I I,
:IU1 rulrased since the accm-iou nf l'rei -
uuiit Johiifon. ollo but sick
VSf It is rumored thai ihe riDiiis iu
Ihe old P, u iciiliu y Priion, at U'.i,hing
ton, aro being fitted up
liie recoptioo of J if.r.-ou
Divis, who ii
to be put on trial.
COT Hon. L'nicrson Ktheridgo, of Ti n
ucunet, has bren aircsted at Columbus,
Deafness, J31in(lnesa fx. Catarrh
1 t,....i ,i.i. . '
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. ',' In ntiu,.. ti,., .11 -.l.c-.l licull, .-,r wvul,
, ,1' I1-" p.en iu n Ii. I1.1. i. .... r-l m ini
I' M-tu;- Alt nnuAI. HVl-.-s ,., ,, ,lliu lt
.Si;rll.irK.. iim.l..- 1, cvuhiiiiiIiim,. "iiiiuiii tMU
i Jul) la, IhUV- l-.'m
--l. ,f '--MilKTT:rT-JTI--3-!lFT-3T.I
! 'J (D', : 1 iu-t, at the Forks Mot !,
I IJjoom-iburg, b tho Hcv D J. Wallet,
,ur. .IA.MB- Uiivi.KHi aud Mi
Van Pi:i.i.boili of Unar Ure
Co umbi.i to.
Chi. I. Ml A
I On lb, 4 h d.0 of .Jily nIH.e Ho'-I .(
, Mr. Kahler Iiy the 1HV jcrl, (!. di
1 -Mr JAi.yn Kuamkk. nf White HM .Mon-
uur eoiiuty Mis.- MARV.daujjI.Ur ol , .
, leliridc, of thn nn,,,, n:.f..,
, Iu Rerwmk, on Fiilay muruing 3(Hli ot
lone, Mr. Iluoii Tii.imimon, ng,.,l fa7
yars, 1 0 tiiontbs a-.d I" duyt
t In Hriarercek lo.vuihip, Uoltimbi 1 couu
IV, oil 6.ttilnlay mnriling la.t-siIdeUy
in Ins bed-Mr. Ilwi(r J,AM ,.Nlils,jd ,b)tU
In Fort Mfilni, ,,u th,, uh of, ,lv. Mr
I'll If III I." . . - y. 1
,"" 1 'V'1 " ! Kline
ol Uentou, - in th, 2Ut, r,.iir f IU ,,
tTI,o ,l 1 '
ert ,,' 4 '' "." "Mil. -I" I V1. only r,,..
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In Ilrrry tniis,. .Vl'i.ihnir timntv '".
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Kit ROUS OP YOUTH.
4 filfVTI I'll 11,
A ulj; 1 LhM AN. 1
who luff, tod for
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