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the T'x-Ii'icge bllifiing, on 1 1 tf
'.,r::er of Chut
l.o.-u.t streets up;
Will attend to all hu.-T
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s pro! ess;
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FL'ANK W. DAY.
:iOL"SALL' md RETAIL Manur.iMi,
..f tin. cnppMi:
A'l". C 'Kul
.Yt'. below Clinton. Johns
Ir.rge stock constantly or.
Mav I. 18i";.-ly.a.
r.W HAT AND CAE STOUI
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Le.iler in 11 ATS and CAPS. !'. I S ;
h'.S. and.' ( i K N'f LKM K NS' 1'LTSN- j
i COOPS, such as Prawn's. Shirts,
It itelkerciiicfs, Neckties. Stockings.
. '"ribrelhis. .rc . keeps censtantl v on
ner.tl ass-.rtiaent, and his prices
1 as the lowest.
" ' ' .v.-n. dune 2, ISCC.-ly.
t Si,- f. J.i; ..', Cawhria Co., Pa ,
A. HOW iy CO.. Proprietors.
I'tiUSM having ln-n refitted and
.''y fnrnisluil, is iv'iw op-jn for the
('! a and entertainiiietit of guests, 'fhe
!,r ' ! by I. .ng oxpTience in hotel keop
t ! cotiliih rt they can satisfy a dis
'' '''.'g pt.blie.
' 1 -:r P.ar is supplied with the choicisl
f Sioii .rs and vvit,s.
:r. i si;
W SERIES, 2
ri'i": plessinls of coyeknment, lkk the
Ebensbi;rg: Business Cards.
JOHN E. SCAN LAN,
jjTTOP.NLY AT LAW; R')cn-:iurrf, Cara
ji Win comity, Pa. May 0,.lhCo.tf,
STTO'I?:! AT T.'AW. i.n.T PitACTICAL ;
VIMJ.:.I KYI TELE,
tl,,J'-u" -l 1
It II ' Ui o!Omlc ii w, i.c!:tie s-trrot.
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V. P. TIERNEY
f TTOMNEV AT LAW, Xotnsburtf. J'r. !
hliec in (J. .'oiiade " nv,
ovi! o. IhC.j-tf
RTTOtlNKY AT LAW
Oliii eiiTi Ccntro street , oo pi -s'fe
ilotil. Apr. "ii, 1 8G-tf
K. E. dOIINSTt
A 'f iec hi t!)e SmuIi em! of Lis resident
i i;u':'-i!i .-! v oi. v.. i;t f!.f' O'lKt Hon -v.
Civ.-mber 'J:'., is '.5 tf.
to':t.v r law n.r, ,.,,,-,, p.,
)f:iee on Li- e t!cf. a.:i--iriimr 'bis n-i-
!!NTiV ,T LAW. E'"ii'itr;, Tit.
.n M :.':) stre-'t, f i:r-e !oois Ivist
.-in. M.iy J, I S'i-:
CEOIiGE W. OATMAN,
f TTORNEY AT LA Yv. L". ..r.. P-.
Jjliee in (' bn:ide Ki ". (.Vntre street.
November -!. ler, -;t". U' -OT.)
1 . i. 1 1 ' ) i .-k: l V. i,
4 'I rr.RXilY AT LAW. E'"'us,ir:;. Pt
u mh-i; ' n LiuU street. -'. e!o.. I'.ir-t i f ti e
f.:lt die- II.-:i;e ..f LSoxd & Co.
J.,..-t-,l..-r T. lSe..',. (tf.)
K. d. LLOYD,
it., v.i... to u. r. i.r.NN. ly-en.cr n.
0 r.;a-;s, .mkdk.inls ami paints.
S . tC on M .in stre-t. o p..sife tl .b.'re
. K.l e: -e-n-. Pa. AT.iv 17, Viti.tf.
jiKNULltS i.is protesi..nal s-rvii
es to the
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. f II la vi store.
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u-i -t of II f!v.Ti? c:ibiiCt ware room.
M iy til. 18 .;.3 .Cm
J. C. Yli.St)X, AE l),
Fl'Li-S hi-: s. rvi.es as PI1Y.-ICIAX and
'. ' i " ; i . N . t . 1 1 c eitv. -ns of Kb -nshnrg
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; i at r. : . .eje it h-.- her. t of. rc receivel. His
; vi'l a ' w i s furnished with th"
i l--st the m.'iikct a !h .rds ; bis bar with the
i Ivst i! liouors L':s stable is bo and will
ar 1 obi'g
V. S ILVKKEL',
AIL I MALL II. in
n-s. iia's. ;.i ps. t ; ;-
Dry (.ioods. Boots,
:eei ic. iv-c ; keeps
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. EOensburg. P.l.
S. WVAA'i )U I IX j I ST.
p N I" IN L LS to vim! Kbet.sOurg "ri - on ally
ii - a 'he -b;i ?!uid.-v of each ii'',ntb.
I hiring his i'im
;i..;'"-l with Ha
1:1 - ar.il at 1-n-
1,'-IS A. MlVillT. V!:0
Y en r, -.viil n ieaia m ti e
t a all hu-in'-s-i ent ruste-l to
LLOYD & CO.,
',A NiCI'llS. Elmis'ninj. T,i. (Jol.l, Silver.
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Collections made on all across:!.!" ,
the I'nited States, and a tfencral !
I! inkiii!: 1'itsii s.s irate-acted.
March I. fsCG.tf.
LOO AN HOUSE,
I rnflNShlTlf.'. Pa .'ISAAC OKAWFOPJ),
Fj Prnprtctor. s bet's a continuation ot the
liOeral patronage hetotolore c: torn tea. II is
table and bar wio always Vie si-.pplieil with ;
the best. His hote-e and stable being hirgi
and convcnii nt. and having competent as-
sistar.ts .-t all times employed, he fct.-ls con
fhh-nt that he will bo able to render general
Siitisf.iction. .rune 4, 1 Sr,,").-tf.
J.Or.ETTO, CAMP.PJA (JOl'STY, PA..
THOMAS CAI.LLN. Proprietor.
fTilliS hoiire is now ojica f-.r the aecommo-
ti. t I i
as giH.il as llio country wi.l t"--1 , are',
charges moderate. May ti 1 . iscc.-tf".
Lime for Sale. j
milFl under-signed is repircd to ship Limn '
from Lil'v Station, or No. 4,ont!ui Pcmi- j
svlvanii llailroad to F.hcnsburg, Johnstown, j
or any other point, on fhe Per.ni. U. 1L, or i
i .1 . :n .r 1 i
k 1. . Catnhi ia co , Pa.
dews; or heaves, should be
EBENSBURG, PA., THURSDAY, AUGUST
Speech of. Hon. Hiester Ciy.TGr, .
To the Solih'crg of tlic. Union- Atstmlkd at
IIirris!,nrj, Avjmt ft. . ..'
To you, Gonc-ral, an 1 to you, soMIcr?,
roprosi-ntiitives of the r:ml army of .Us
republic, it irf my privilojrc to ml-Jress a
v, bri-.f words.
For years it has !con my habit to rp
, poar before mj' fillov-eitize!ic, and by an
i interchange of opinions to loam s mcwhat
I of duty, and I have boon pratoful to them
j for the kind consideration awarded no,
! even when my convictions upon questions
: of t)id!io interest have Jitlered w'nleh-
from their own. I have always felt niy-
; self to be their dehtor. vet never before
; have I been so oppressed by a sense of
! gratitude to them as at this moment,
i No man may live during a period of
great public excitement, fearlessly and
; honestly expressing his opinions and dis
i charging what he believes to b-j his duty,
j and hope to escape calumny ard misrep
! resentation. I am not an exception to
j this general rale; I should, indeed, al-
most question my own smcei ity, mi l woiiul
5,,r, ly ntouri! mv want of ardent and man-
Iv ailvocacr, were I to be so. Ay grat
' itude is, therefore, deep and heartfelt that,
in this ei'pltid of ottr State. sn . !i members
; ot the survivors of that army of heroes
' and patiiots who sprang to arms and sa
; veil the ropol'Ue from untimely destruc
; tion, should attest by their presence, and
""by their words of welcome, assurances of
! support, that they have not niisunder-
stood, and tl.at t'ieV indorse an ! approve
1 my position in t'ne past. LVom liigliest j
olVieer to humblet private, they are hr. !
from i vcrv county, from each city, an ! :
from all the town- end villages of our
gr:md Commonwealth, you are gatheii-1 j
in va-t numbers not. indei 1, as mere j
man-worship"XTS, but to attest vo-ar liv- j
ing and un vie'ditig devotion to the great j
underlaving principle of o'ir government
inJf'ti urAil.li' nuili; which, vou .be'iev
find ; its expression in the principle, of i
him whose, high privilege it is to r.d kc !
i vou. loa are here further to rttest. in
; suite of the threats of venal parti-ans. that
( in your opinion be has been fiitaftu to I relatii ti to them : but as their active, rec
' hi-s duty as a citiz n and as a legidator. ! ognizod exponent In tliis State at this time,
Y'ou are gathered :do to assert your fix- i 1 have a tight to expect the cordial and
' ed and urtnlterable determination to save j united support of all who -have strugeled
! your country by the balh-t, as you did by 1 (or them, either in civil life or in the tent-
' bullet. To proclaim that you will fght cd field. I ask you to give me that sup
1 treason :m.d rebellion as liticomn'-otaisingly ! port, and when I prove rca-cant to the
in the North as you did in the South, an 1
that vou will not cease your patriotic la
bors until vim see every scot ion ; your
eoim'fv fully restored to the Ms-nigs of
that Union, the untmporiiled sai- ty of
which you went forth to defend an 1 pro
tect. These, mv fellow- ciii.cn3, for such it
is now mv right and pleasure to call you,
having exchanged the pursuits of arms
for tin- n-acelo! ae 'fit oeis i n.e. are
of the high purposes which - Iiave
:t vou hither. '
liv nrrccnt and example vou have this
day dist barged a sacred dutv. I i-om you,
above all others, onr wh.o'e people ai' to
,;irri what were the true issues
in the bloody contest which your valor
aided in bringing U a Piioecs-sful ties?
Yctt '.vent forth under a solemn con
tract which vou si iiied with your blood.
and in th cy."cntioa of
whicii tens ot
thoosads3 of vour brave conn-ads yielded
up their lives.
Did you go to destroy thr Union? to
subvert the Constitution ? Was it in the
bond that the ballet-ri filed an 1 smoke-
begrimniod flag which you had borne on
I so many fields of danger and of death.
should have eleven stars stricken from its
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azure, or if still there, to be t!
ol conouored and degraded tirovinecs m-
' 01 preat ana sovereign states -. UiU
you go forth not only to make free, but
likewise to en franc! use four millions f
negroes, and thereby make them your so
cial and political equal? Did you go
fsrt!i to degrade and enslave 'ight mil
lion of j'our own race and color, to give
New England ra'iacifv .boundless scope
for bist for gold, and to secure to New
England fanaticism perpetual ascendency
in the government ot our country? Oh,
no; it was for no such object as these
that you followed Or.-mt from the Ihip
idan to the dames, and there compelled
the surrender f Ee that you cleared,
the highway to the gulf that you en
countered death amid the. mountain fast
nesses of ( reorgia that you made your
mysterious march to the sea that from
thence you turned northward, with the
trea l of an avenging host, through Ooor
gia ami the Carolhias, and witnessed the
dying struggle of rebellion, when Johns
ton yielded his sword to Sherman, the
Oenius of War !
I lerctofore, to-day, gallant men who
hay hd you in the din a.u-l smoke ol
Inttl '. those who have beep bapti.ed with
distributed alike, upon the
fire, Iiave set forth in trrns whi"li you
understood and approved, the true objects 1
lor which you su!lered and bled topx-thor
in defense of an imperiled country. It
was their riht rather than mine to ad
dress you. They tritely understand your
views and feeling, and gave them mo.-t
fitting 'xpresiou. They and you have
asserted that it was '-a war for the Un
ion." That it was not waged for con
quest or subjugation. That yon did not
enlist to secure, the ne.rro the rilit to vote,
nor to rair-e him to social or political
equality, and that you did h-.tllo to up-
Go to your homes, happy in the re
flection that you have clearly tbis day S' t
forth the high purposes tor whieb you
braved danger and death. Say to j our
comrades whom you represent, and to
those at homo who honor and cherish you,
that this great State, which sent three
hundred and fi'ly thou-and of .- r sou to
the bloody harvest under : Sf leinn env
onant, v id by her vote in October tvxt
ratify and v rm th;t covenari?. T!:o
gre.it l'dy of y-r poplo are irt turns,
hotie.-t. and tvu'v ! nion-iovinrr, and when
iers lead li e van, they will sur'lv
an I .o'-or;Io2 -'c!t thcr, vo-i
on I'eun'.yicania soil
on ".-ere on Southern
soil with the bue-'t. Vour lwr' have
never qu-died b'-forc they v ill not now,
a tsd when in October r.rxt the rcpd'ic
shad; have it-n rimit'vj !v your labors,
von i!l have w-.n ni'T" la tleg and iuv
jtcrihal! glory t
the Held of battle.
:i that :i'-hieved on
Your Lib. rs will then
be crx'.e-.:. ymr wof;: compiuta
V n f.n.-;ht fr pr-nMpi-.. Men 'lie
and are Co-cot ten : prir.cijdes. if baV-1 on
trufh. are ri.ihf. live forever.
1 ;c who adiu-res through good and evil
report to tie principh
to !;! t.lincip'es J .r wmcii you
!oU"at. is a true patriot to-t,av and
wave I sun but a representative of thost
prim-io.??.' I make no claim to other or ,1
greatt-r consider ation than tnat wliieli
should be accorded te any other person
who no' ht Iiave iieen nlace 1 in the same
trust, di-'card me and put some one more
faithful in mv nlace.
I have d..ie. In this civil ccr.tCet vou
.,w f! -h'ing an encmv as- dangerous to toe
life of the republic as that which yon sub
dued south of the l'etomae. Equal ex
ertion, equal novo
will snr. iy bring u
:ei.i Siijnai.s The
ratmrs- ol 'he arms ot ctndictors oy av-,
or lantern? hv night, are about as intelli-
to most people as first class Choc
taw. Their sigmfloat:.-:! is as fobows:
One V; his.:e 'Down brakes.'
Two Whistles 'OT brakes.'
Three Whistles 'j;:lck up.'
Continuous Whistles 'Danger.'
A ranid succession of short whistle - is
inn. at which
eh the brake's will
always be put down.
A sweeping parting of
of eve. is n signal to 'go anoai
A downward motion of the hand, with
extended arm", 'to stop.'
A beckoning motion of one hand, to
A lantern raised and lowered vertically.
is a signal for 'starting swtinp at right
angles or cross ways the track, 'to stop
in a circle, q.nck the train.'
A red flag waved upon the t-ack must
be rogard -d as a signal of danger. So
of ether signals given with energy.
Hoi ted at a station, is t signal for a
train to stop.
Stuck up by the road side, it is a sig
nal of danger on the track ahead.
Carried unfurled upon an engine, is a
warning that another engine or tram, is
on its wav.
Tur. three wealthiest men in New York
r-,tv i fact the wealthiest men in the
(.01".tl.y Win. E. Asfor, Commodore
Van le'rd'ilt and A. T. Stewart and who
In. hi more Government bonds th-m thri.e
times their number of men anywhere, are
! dcle-.ites t the National Union Conven
tion. They understand the value of the
Union and "a pood Government, and hence
thev repudiate the Kump Disuniomsts in
every possible way.
Tin; man in jail who looked out of the
window of his cell am! exclaimed, "ihis
is a grate country," is now generally ad
mit led to have spoken within bounds.
high and the low, the rich and
Tlie Co:ive:i!ioo to b - lu l l at Plmad;-!-phia
on the 11th of August, vill be the
first patlierini for meaiy years of p-'ople
from all sections oi ta - Union. Eor this
reason, if for no u;;: -r, it will be a :vmar
kab'.e ::-i:-embiv. Not vine.- the f st i'fv
at Sumter, in 1!'1, have J.e repi . se-ita -tives
of all the S'-Ues tt-t in any ooiiiieii,
eitlier eeclesiasiieal or oiil, come together
lor any purpose npon a ci'iiiirnn jilatform.
We i-lia'.l be rea:lv mi-taken if this fact
h:is not a marked influence upon die spiiit
of those who, f r the iuv-t time in six
vears shall greet ear'i t!cr as hret Siren.
Over toe intervening graves, stronger
, . .
tti.m the memory ol the bitter s'.ni",
hushing the tumult of sectional at;' uiosi-
lys, an '. t'f- hearts of old-
tieni brethren will on'
more flow together.
Th blofvl that has breu shed will rest in
tha graves of btiri contrevcisy ; and th'?
winner current ol a he-i.er n'e will 0e
q'lii '-eued in t'le 'leasts of tho-e who still
o.va the lie that ma!-: 's the.ui one, :itid
nu et te kindle anew the glow of pitriot-i-m
i t;:-1 b;.!v!s th' (:l jri a common a!! "gi-
auce. With s
fiou tuerc- v.-iii tie i:
t' past nor di-'ru-t for
the onlv question will he,
move from parts ol i'.e 1.
the tut;. re a:vl
how Lest to re
nd the traces of
the tiational pi .-l!M!io::.
It i- a leu nv tirv-u-o-ta-M-.', t-
Conv :ii"( n a a hodv will biive no p vty
th s, :'!: 1 r.:-e i.o ali.'gi.inee a"v j'lat
!: ni except tl. ' imp'.i.v.'i' n in the oa'.l un
der wiiicii it nssemok". It i sigitiiileant
an 1 we may !. p ' an r.ugo.ry for goo.!.
t!,at the frsi gai'e ii g "f th-e jn-ople from
a:t-r se.-'i :' ; ersod i,f wa.-te
and do -o;ati.-n. mav ctm-t lr.r mj attii
oi everv irue tmn-i w t: neui .iiiuc:ifii
of p.o!ii!cal diviMons. Those who love creatures coul-l n int.vt. Tl-.ey have d"
pariy moi-.i tiian country have tried in. sn-oved our couiitrx- tliey ha e outraged
vain to prevent th-- tne'-img f brethren iwir mvtl country women they ! ave auir
long est rang1 d, and w;!l doubtless make j ..C(j u(,r owl) cul;ntry men they have
Still another ciro't to keep a'ive the ha- r.-d. plundered and Jnlated the fair-
: treads and jealousies of the past and to 1 t; p )r;'H'ns of our own land ;h y ba
; sow the si-octs of lieh dissen.-ions. All : violated the constitution have broken
: such attempts ma-t fail in the presence of j tjl0jp 0nis robbed the people ' i.pris-
the better spiiit w Inch has been invoked. )neii Dein erats burg them to trees
, an 'i which, wo trust, will rule in all le-arts ertraci-ed them in business taught their
If we are to b arn anything from the part. ' (i;;-ty hired children to insult them on the
it should be the lesson of mutual forbear- ; str0.c ea'.l.'d them traitors mobbed
lance and mutual trust. Haifa million ; ,j.(,r 0jpuv.- raiisacked their mails and
livs, and thoeiseai 's ol
ore. have bam sactii:
which parly spit it cr
v r satistie !. 1'rrsh v
nu.hons m !roa-
it is n.
de l, arid
they were granted, it We .1 1
ive. give I" L no sections
. but cue wire :.:iuihl!::ed, it woual t-.trti
tqon itself sis fierce as ever, for its cra-vinT-
knows neithcrr.bafem "ut nor satiety.
: It will br a relief, t!i- refoie to see one
i t'onw-nrion of the p t.p'e bouti 1 by no
; nartv lie-, nod free to suggest measure
for the co-'iui' a good,
fi oni tuO'Siinc.
e reoven the
bane of most political aemh'e s. .f-nm.
"71 - -
( I eat v.
lie man wr.o voies tor .j-.iih
votes for a Col who
, . ... i m i. i l c l - -
n a ditch at ( Ite-pnhcpee, and left his
11 1 '
fj.dit without a comtnander.
I at the battle of Curo Oordo,
i left the major of his regiment now, Cm
j Win. llrtn'dle, of .Money to take charge
of his men.
i The man who votes for Oe try votes or
j a Genial who hired his -.winy corrcspon
! ilent to report that he had fought a ter
rific battle at S.u-korsvi-l. lost bis arm.
and the Eoid knows what all but gave
the "ivbs" a fearful thra-hiiig when
there was n. t a confederate soldier within
two days march of him.
And' be ides this, the men who vof. s
f.r the coward Oearv, v
ais.) in i.ivui'
of negro suffrage, negro equality, high ;
taxation, amalgamation, di-umon. ae.otiu r
i ii '. -i , t . . .'..a-..: o .
war. una a:i i '.' evi.s urn iiiimiu i t
naticism can iidlict upon -.nr c
race. .).::. I "i.'e' mn'i.
Ax En-dish traveler a century ago ; the enemies of toe whoe race mid tne oj
said 'of Eosto:,: "The IviiMings', like pressors of the laboring classes, know
their women, nre neat and handsome, and i that you are cognizant, of their crimes and
! the streets, like the hearts of their men.
' are paved with pebbles ' They hav four
! churches built, with, clapboard nud shin-
j oJ.s an 1 supplied with four ministers
on a sell-' ,!.' r, o"e a gentleman, ou a
dance, and one a down. The caption of
a shin met hi
wife n the street after a
long voyage, ar. l kis.-ed her, for which h
I thought I, do we enjoy in Old Iv'glan l.
: where we cannot only kis; our wives, but
I other men's, without pcnaliy."
.T'ir-1. son r.ier'i
x t nui
' see Iee'r-latare, has brought a suit for
' $10f,(h)i.) against the E.adical m embers of t Iim t the horse ran away with the corps,.
the House for fa! impris v.-.tnent. ' , svu V;X overtaken with difTi-ulty
VOL. E3---NO. 25.
O.ie of the most hopeful signs of the
linie. is tl.at l-mocrats are b-'ginning t"
spr-ak out. Tliey are beootuiug aroused
or rather they are casting asiii.; that con
temptible fear, which durieg abolition
rpb n of terror, caucel such a vast ma
j Mty of the. party, to lock their lips i.jnl
submit "m silence, to vhae cr outrges
were committed, are t.i'.Vicg earnestly and
plainly in favor of the gtve.t principles
which they would see tiiumph. This is
a glorious omen. It is a sure fojvniiiocr
of success. Cowardice has been the
bane of our party for the pnt live year.-.
i nt.ir.p nf con.iu" out bi.'.d'iv ami char-
- l r
;n,r the om mies of our oriueinles
;avl country, we have hid behind weak
resolution, mid been content, with being
t.ft a'iulic lighting on the. deieosive.
Wcre !c feate 1 and we deserved to be
lVmciples that aic not worth Manning up
tl!; si;(!U!d never succeed.
ibat that dav
quiescence in wrong lias passed away.
The condition ot our country and the vn
inistakab'ie intentions of puritan ab-.-'mou-i-m.
has awakened the greet ir.a- - of
the Democracy to the dangers that sm
'(und th-'ui, ai 1 ;h -y are c!;a-gi;ig l"-ld-
n the miscreants ".vho are at
tempting l destroy emr on.ee . jtrotiu ro
pubiic, the crimes and outrages of which
the- are gni't". And they cannot be toe!
of their iiifatn';u ;.ets too plainly. The
fi-icti of a 'wh.ite man's go vet nment and
,1 liberty ov.c nothing to puiit
!i;ioiii.-m, that s!i u!d cause them t i -peak
in honied words of ilie wrong-ticy imve
committed, or the :itrociii- th. v leo.e
pernetrat. d. As a party we a:-.' guilt ;
r.otiiing except p ','i-.d c ev idiee. 'vhiie
our cnen.ie? are .-lined no .r;.l. . o .li1 i,allv,
; .ln.j lelO'ioustv, wi:!i
overv t:;::;e that
; opened their letters burnt them in oi'.igy
, J;t..lt drm
d d'u tv nose. I a?-:s:
als, sneaking under th
d ;h -ir wi: es and abus
their chiiuren impoverl.-hed the peop'
wi'h debt made the licit richer
; poor poorer iiied the land with tax
gatherers, thieving niggers and bastard
' mulatto babies, and theoilics with pro
fessional thieves, educated b'-ick;.piard-.
; and enemies of the white race.
These are but a few of the charge in
' the bili of accounts against puritan abo
. litionisin. vet they are sufficient to call
hu tb execration?, from the graves of dead
j Democrats ; why should living one fri
. , , , : the teeth of she-'. at-home
, , , , , ,. ,
i awards assassuis. longtongaed -
ri Mi auo e- ie loco tl in o. i ...111,1.1.1
1 ,.-l,rt i.-om -.i.n in t,:ivnr a s
t ; " , V. , 1 . .
for Oe-iry i I';'l VO';t marsnais nnaspn , utiu v. n. ,-..: -"
' n.t nnif ;or iinin c.-ir evnrii.'.e to crush out
, ' ' i .
: democracy or inult and outrage t!.os who
i advocate its principle? ?
' :t Democrats remember the dark day
: of the Lincoln despotism. Vie rope, tin
bludgeon, and ihe l-ati', iven? th" r.r
' guments then used. Let them n-t fall
to remind the miserable batch of cowards.
; contractors, nigger worshippers rind w lute
nu n op posers, w ho ia-ed th m. of the
wrong they have done.
There are to-day thousands of hrvit
! men in the ranks of sdvil'itioi i-ra, who
' were Lai to believe the Democracy were
i wrong. b"causc they feared to say they
were right. Let that impr'e-slen lat no
longer. Talk out ! 1-t the world know
wh.at vour opinions a'-e .
' ';!1'm' nPl' ,n earnest, a-n. let tne
: apologists of despotism, the aid of puh-
i lie. plunderers, the advocate oi i.ismuo::.
that vou are not atraut to te.i ttiem ol tnem.
Speak out. 1 ' nni -rct-r il'.A-.V ." .
Tri s!'-o:-g!y, nav. mo-e than hitited
that Congress a.djonrood. b'-e.-.tise cd' th-:
neco'-lf- pressing, upon it, to 'mvestigat.
into certain frauds in the Tivi.-n
- ' part avait, while Chase oecopi-sl the
retafvstitp it appears mat e ins,' !
elected to account for ?ot:i- .''' ...o.'oo .i
as, so b.idiv fi ig'nten 1 iilr.vv which was
, drawing a hearse, in a fan eral pro.'