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Business Cards.
R. H. COCHRAN,
ittorncy at Law & Xolary Public
T. CLAIB-SVILLH, OHIO.
-igE Ihrea door. Ki of lh Court Hoaie.
rr
f DR. HENRY WEST
VfB turned ih.pn.etiM - f WW r"2"fc
M . v..i ..id or mil on ee at Drug a.ore
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C. t. MOORMAN,
Uq iiy & Counselor at Law
6FPICE lrl'so.,lc Holl Building, a few doon Rait ot
Ih. Court Hour,; . ... : ... , '
Brawl! atlention giwri 10 ." "i'" 'p "l-"
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''" T. CI-A1B9VILI.B, OHIO.
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ot Marietta ltry. '
, Dr. John Alexander, v-
MTC. CUAIIltSVtLLTC; OltlO.
t'.FFICE AND RRMOPNCB In lh. Sami.iary prop
.,. riy,Wet anil of town.
J. W. FISHER
H AVmO permanently to'd l 9T ,C,!:A!R!lif'
Hi wldr.peciHllraniiouia that he ' jTgSa
ymro
n.pereil ui penorui .iripBiiw.. r
la kia prei..ion. -,i.wi,,lnii
oitiHuiu the Olireiiiele office.
llRST .NATIONAL BANK
I.i OF MX. CLAIBHVIM-K.
;; ; capital ....$o,ooQ'
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Rh des fe Warfleld,
' (S.eee.Mri to Rhoilei fc Hro.)
e WHOLESALE GROCERS,
V l'RODlCE & COMMISSION
' MEEGHANTS,
" . . nridireuort. Ohio.
, UNXOlsr HOUSK,
, !: illORBWTOWN, SfttAO,
'rnillrl Hotel, in Morrirtown. to Ioiir known a.
- T "I Uppiiieow llou." Iih. been pureha.cd by
iU new wpiu) i". ;"-",-' H n0 in, will
traveu.is ; . miori.ble.
kept by .he under.iKiied
1 ...UOO0 aiamca-
..myHf-ly
lilll. uiuderute
WM. II KIMK.
BELMONT POUSE,
OHIO.
...a a avnl?.
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, ! I A. M. COOK, rropneior.
,, i ..,n , (Ile of Lanciwler, Ohio.)
&rrod U. ..eemmedat. .he ua.l." publ.c
WeiHt.allaud..ee. A. K OnCK
WHITE,
us or is sautos
Thresher, Separator & Cleaner
..'.-. ' 3EI. 1ST.
MsstVAerusts or is sautos
Alao. the Oliio ( nm
Sliall
and Howe Power.
Tlitshing Machines
'' t, 4 and llore Tower,
ar .
MARTIN " FI-tlHY. Hrl.
:;Wss1anoy b. faris,
U.UANIcrt!!. FOR I'AMT FAVORS, would
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' ftontttt Ptfnuings,
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.... I atX'KINM OPTtt.l!tlMINS and J
' 'Lflaiia iritaall lihal. M tanaaaa w..h
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:TiVm Qt TREES;
: 150.000 A Trees,
. TO 4 TKARS OLD, C TO a KECT HK.H,
lix.wbVr7.fc BY.rirr.eu., e , fca.
At the -
mSWf COUMTV 'NJMEPIE.,
-,4etle Northwest of SU Clairsville.
rFicr.4Willw"rieni
iici'-ra V will
IN Duces.." . "' f ilrt
Uldacaiaeul. lo
' f t ruil Trees.
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BOKOOL -BOOKS.
NotioaSa Perfatnery,
OGULI8T.
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Established in 1818.
nT.ATTlflVILLOHIO, OCT. Q7; 18(34.
TCow SeHe-VoU 4 -No. 39.
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EMTinEL VEETABLE1 ! s
WO ALCOHOLIC PBEPABX. riO
A PIIRG TOKIC MEDICWEI
DR. HOOFLAND'S
GERMAN BITTERS 1 !
DR.
PkKPARKD BY
O. M. JACKSON.
PhlUdclphla. I.t.
WILT. erT. ctui.Hr 'r" C"T I
ilaiut. rrjrpaP"'i
y hiliiy. liw-".
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SKinr r.nieiiinr. WiiIiIb
Weii-lit in the Sioniacn, ffoiir " ""'"' .,'!. t the
.,.pin.lion, ellowiwM t $S Klu.h
tei.
1 TJ"- . w..ion if iriiil. Ami will po.i""'i
fill .- w..
vent Yellow
taui
NO AI.CHOIIOL OR DAD WHIP".
They trill Cart the nlov Dt'ca in Ninety
' nine catet out qf a Hundred!
Induced by the exien.ive .ale and uniwial
popularity ot
Hoofian'd's German Bitters!
irURKI.Y VKOKTAHl.E.)
Ho... of ignorant Q" i" SSr' """'
Stoinarhm. and "inen.. Alcoholie pre-
ted .uSorer In di.pair.
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN ni'tTKRS
nntrled articlo hut hara .toed
,elter from
rno.iemin.-irt 'e)V'v'rr;, I ,ole.lie.
KMM.:' and-rne-nc. ,ir.ue. of the-
llitirfa. , oni vn-rilPN'
DO YOU WANT SOMKTIII.mi m -
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If you do. ua
ihfir'repuitttioii
Pr.'.Pr,'1.,0" :.... .... .honaanda of
I lie proPr,. , ..v,.
the
and
be
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tfbofland's German Bitters!
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Iricua. .or aireri.-n j. m;VTON UUOWN
PhllHdelphia, June -J3, ISdl.
IMPORTANT TO SOLDIERS.
jjt,
Tho.. hRTing Jmeoa- xu f"
lluulluuU'
li.
limp iile.
Tuwhlii.
Co. O
wr.1. u.
W. mil the attemi n of air huy.na-re '
-i .... a.. Il.aa aTa, IT II HI ' IIUW1.""'" .
in iho unny -""", .ii.ni.i-. imlin-.
wi cure nine in.ui- ....
exliojure a iu P"" : ewiuper
'"":.''!'" '! " : 1, he ni.ie.-d ihal a v.-ry
arrival yi m. .i.,iifv KWty
proporiion .. uner .. .. ..onund'.
thai kind can l ' ,l,(,r,le the
Ilinrra ,...r.-- . -- .J , ,v ,nve no
orga'i.arei'pe.-dijt rvinnvi
iiS'iar u;:.. oi live. ,... i-vrd
Ikn otherw.ae " ,.. n, tolli.wiinr n-iimrkn
tve call pann.-u...i " ... ,1,.
hi. audwit UV" '""."':7... ....... iH.inaue --(m.lieen
heme, wnrwo h.
I 1... .... II.!!.... 1
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llnannn-r. Henna.. .'i;'- .... ,
memner 01 r-iip.. ., ;
iimneilin.e i-oimnuml
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wiineu. iv
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iuir. .u.. h iniiummutioii
niiarkMl in ltove.iii.rr . "
Iiiiiva. uud w. Ir neven.y-.wi ... --.
mbow-t by .r.n.drlnlny betjoeeneo
Tlilw Wllf
ttiiHcIt ot "pe,"r'' nn honn. ihe
Since ...m u ne. "".-- - i, , riialkv. For
eoukl br and ... I in a " " '.,1,,i...
.i i mn foroe a monel
nreonred
huh
fe7l.-
and .
Jm.,
elftr .real
j,, lh. .ale
i .van ke-paln..of waieronmystoniMih.
L-SilltM mSch eirc...n.,Hnee.i
or
or more w... ""-"?, " I uoodialely
i lorve a nroraei uu- -
up anai ii,
Lite rould no. m un w-r am. . w,irkiii.
eotdinsly..ae pnywe...
lully. thousl. nuu.-e.fidly. to re ue a
A,chksk'::'l'rVrn,nhC
i,ittl..r..yp
eoiiuna ,a ff .. nen.us
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CO.,
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urwraiiou. ne-
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rvpd.'d. a', dim
Thouun 1 1 a.e t " :- , r lu
a-l'-f"" 'ia-rS.1. aTeaa3.tr.. firm,
m,,,,o.o . ? -- fl.
To your ...vol. ..1.1. in '" . fel,r,0
w,nyhnao.uinoaeiua.. ,
Very truly your., , .
re-lor.d lo health.
wuv OITDOLKnAOK. 1.1 NST yw-
AOKI.KY. C C-iitl. Maiaa.
J.KWIrt OIIKVAUIKB. Wd Ne Vork.
I f HPKNCF.. l-l Aniib-ry. Il.'t. r F.
j. li FAsTaVW.U Co. .! V rmo .i.
"''Kmmivi h TIKJM. Co: F.a'sh
AND RKW KIMBAMa Cei A. M Verrao.
j0rlNUVhUNI,Co.B,lueP...a:
. -..ihat tba
Ihe waArria si e.ti.
Utter place,)
ardor, oq .hort
aad CARD
and CARD
Oiaae.
BEWARE OF OOtJNTERFKlTS.
isro. Anew
' ' . 7racipJ Of' NW-61
. -' ' J0NI
IBuUaori 0, M. jackaon Ca ,1
triiJ wi, Pdb, J. H- WEST .
ille.
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Business Cards. GREAT SPEECH IN BROOKLYN,
NEW YORK.
NEW YORK. General Carl Schurz on Slavery.
From rretpeech fcy ihU floquent p
riot. dtliwred in Brooklyn, N. Y.. uk
trtd fnllowin pmtMgOi:
WHEN THE WAR WAS A FAILURE.
We went into tro wr for the iurpoe of
mninbiiiiitK l U'"' ."J preiwrvinK our
r." ioi..r.ty Alihh it wa ih
n'wor whiclt h4 ttttemi.ted lo lrek up tnn
Union, we di-l not tit ArH touch clavery in
.fending the Union. No. with Nsrupu
loatttveM of very dout.tf.it me-it, I"rj wm
prot. otl hy nmny ol ottr .:dere-en.i"y
one of them, who t that time held the Wh-
est military commaim. " 1 B T .
leot not to Hurt fiavery,
ot
the
ibe
hilo fiylitltm
.gain-4 the rebt lliouH plaveholder. and he
. . .i .i . . i.r hie at a If..-
exhaiiMea an me rwiuiw"
inan-hip for that purpose. lVm. j" . .u.
lauxhter.J U w true, ne Fxnaun.rv. -v ...
nme lime tnp patwiw .
I Uiiehter. I ThatatatesmanHniuiiii"Y' "
toexhauat ill our miliiary and hnancial re
It i trne, lie f xhausted at the
l. nf the neonle.
iehter.1 Thnt MatesmanMhip threatened
aources hut if. indi-ed. it did nrea.en
exhau-t the resonreea of the robellion. the
threat wan very gentle, oniin.wu
ter ami cheers. You temen. .er t he wmiIu
of thai iMSiiod of kid plove policy, which the
Stmth found ko very nemlemaiiiy:. reverse
after revere; populnr di-cont.;nt rir.inK
deapondcncy; ruin Hermit u; in the face
.k.....t..no,l indped. to become
failure; end if the resolution of the Chicago
(.mivi-ntioii.
urc. had epecinl rererenco to t he penoo
when the dii-tiniruiKhcd candidate of
r norm a.. (lineral-in-tylm'.,
then it niurt te' eonled. the Ch
(invention showed a certain degree oljul
ment. Shouts of launhter and appiauie.
OBJECT OF TUB WAR T vnnt"....
Gradually it became clear to every canrtid
mind that slavery, untoucnea, c t.-.
the atrennth nt the rebellion; l.utthat a
very. t..ched, would constitute it- weak
nJJ. The negro tilled infield and fed
arnres the t.etro enrried ltd baguaga
.log its irem; and the amn nearo
longing for i he day when he cn.i d e
milled" to flht rr'hlln ml,"'r: Tlo
I eing towd to work f-.r the r. ht lln n.
plun-e I T.t oblige lnni tnwoia
,.bollion instead of permitting him t"
lor the Union wou'd have bet n more
fnllv; t would have i en a cm...
;hen.r.inn. W cheers "o give
hi freedom, then, wa" an c; o! j ;
onlv lo him but to the American f
, . . . .. i i . a
1 f .n...iiil,Pit ft tllllHU C I II "v
retudlioiis
the
I slave power had submitted alter the
Syf.j
j naverv in.at t.i im.w - . -
.. 1 i:- d... ..mniiw.. Iveinir viiforous
the li e. uui un i. .t , --. . .
Pains
why
to
ho,,.
The
' I
.T.I.u"Z 'a ..... nrJu that, but its n-ist
ant lieing crowneo -....
. question of lite or de.h-.he den h of
nation r ...c u..... - . ..
Government chose- it cnosa ...v .
t.. ..k. .lour, id slavery; and
uhulii : . , . ... .'ui.,
revolution rolled over tna .rew...-.
tittion and crushed if wnerey. r .. '
r a- a ' " nU.na, I I till (111 II Mill W
ij.itnnsii.iic cnup... j v .. --'.,
undermined ihe strength of the enemy,
i thr, same .iKanro added to our ..wn
shonld that be called diverting the war
. : i .....uur w n4 nnr nu;
ItSOriKIIIUl i.i.---.. - ,. ,, -
.i .. . .mni tVin IT.iion.' How,
i ne win ... io.".-. .
urn r. Irani Iroin IISIOK i"r
mtses an element wmirii """,".'
tribute most powerfully to that m f
.u k!t n ho tr to innke ine
ion permanent by restoring loyalty to
nan Invaltv be restored, if it is not by
i.mel h .. .t uhieh lireids
7" , :ma', , ii'i,
"k,,. .,, netlts that
. . I '1II(II'1 v ..... -a ( ,
,.i..;..,.l i.liicf-t ol' the war to lay
v-e-.' . .. . r .1.
d by
,..
"
In
Ill Un
tile
lorn-
raao oi
(icrinu.i
.1..-
lif.i .1
.ivn nuliull .
I-IM
It was
the
helpless at" the feet of (he South, then
must ie a.imitTeii u.o wo. .r. .. ...
virit-d from its original ol j. ct. . 1
..t. l mm, . r..u.r..rKti.nd. clear in the
J v.- wi... miiL-sses
ot experience. rjt-..t
10 tie lor the Ulll"n uim "j
nes for an agency wnicn 11 ........ . .-
t.oy the Union, baa in his heart a d .tk
ner, into which me spun oi ..'
n-.tye peneuated ITremendousnpplaiis-
And. on tne oiner inn.'.,
'. . ...mu huvi
ever nin ti. . , i i .
in. iii.nws mi wno.w i.i-i...
iroitvn
.Ai
.
oi i-ro
i1,:,iliJ.
. . ,
ny an
"ltU
a week
and
and, .--
.nv
a week
ihrown
tai.h
ro,n tll,
e.-.b-A
wiier.
ulh..lll.
-
inir m-r.
rl e.ll. n.
your lr
,MAlNF
Penn.
.
WRKBT
KVAN9.
.
seme time bis whole heart into me
slavery, f'heers i L;.k at
ot the brightest names which the h.-toryol
this period will band d-.wi. to po.ttnty
yourUn BanielS. Dickinson. Be.j .
Butl-r of Massachusetts, the
B.eckinridgeofKe.i.ueky. the brave
T. nneesee,
cheers.) and many thousands of
' t . ...... U., tliv
Of less note, ion eauno. any .y
AbolitionistK huttney ere n...."y
death of slavery, l cusu they are
for the life of the nation. I Uud
Emancipation would have been
this war even if there had not been
Abolitionist in America Mom .the
measure followed as naturally,
,h fiiat thrsaten:n
Buri y, -"7" .... ,.,.,,.
of the rebellion, a a o . i
upon a flash ol lightning. i .
8PLKNDID PKUORATION.
Look out wore up and down the
avenues .of J"- .
men in ti e Bisi gic.t . vt
....'.. .....a uliiiiM wil h unoimi-hed
ihe n.eu whom y .u paradu iit.'ihe
-hen vou boast bt fere the world
your nation's gieu-ness-.lure is uol
hem Who did not ratll bis brain
i wliiehthe Reiuiblie eott.d
erd ot the incubus otjSlay
en-leavors were in t ain, . "--
people did not act the greatness of
ger; their eyetl were blinded by the
chine of nw.ntenlary advantage,
l...,.,-one of those great,
which human affairs rurht theiliilvj-t
7peraUa. - U is the law that a great
urited on by hs necessities, most
urgeu v ... .
suit llisupporiaum, - j
Slavery grew under, ynne. fostering
l .... .C. j:....Jir.i,a o- ita
WHU Il.o mult"""' " o-- .
It a-ked for security at h.nne. and
..wad was given. It atked for its
cu, . .
lain.
oeto-ly )
Fluid,
what we licM- in'cominon. and what
what it asaiawaa gi.ru. ...o..
what we had in common. It
dictatorship, and tbe.wmij.n-.Dii
became a defiance. The eople of
row up and .aid: '8o far and no
Tn alavery. with fatal n.adnees.
arm againirt the palladium which
r .."t.;ji-i.i...nr,iiriirv-. it urged
hVnd. e sword ' V defend,
Kenoe it threw into the face
tion the na Challenge: 1VIHW-,
kihae. The challenge clot
Slayer Ud thefatrboct of
it A .t.un I l)n ron not nee that thli
docreo of wlf dentruction wa wriftMn If
hrihd mightier than that of mortal mati7
And you will utano up ana nn m "'
i
,
you almut to d7 Stop and ennndi-r. Sla
very is dvinit f t. Iia lire ir eW-m out ef
a thoumnd mortal wound.. hynjS r:
ihok ariiuii'i
r; evMi th'y
' i ?-
i d to write
.y havin g
...
to
-in.
a
the
a
it,
and
1aa
per
Ap-
B''t
than
him
-
... r. in r-lwlilnm are ftandinc arounn
itn d.'aih led in utter despair; even they
eive U nit. Hardly anything remain to Le
done hut o elnwn it. eyelid., at.
thn tlnroner'a ve.ict: Slave
-i. -ii ..l ih Ain .rican natl n to mor-
taleo.nhat. kiH"d lelf by Tunnrn .adly
unfo the -word of i antagoiuat. ' JGreal
api.lane. roitre ir. it. ) Ann yo
A-ill revive it? What?. That y..u,hn.ild hare
served it when it was n the fullncai of its
power, that, with a violent stretch of char
itv, weniny undertan I, although it revolted
...nr hearts. But toteyive u when it Myn
To think or galvaniaing into new . ine inn
hideous eareasa whoi." vitality was extm
gnished by the hand of Tatti To attempt to
fasten adew and artificially uprn the nattr
a curse of which for a century she longed n
vain to. be rid. and wnicn ai ia n wjina
wiped ont l-y the great progress of provi
dential retrihntionl Toresiisoitateand nurse
nPmiurhiet'the traitori'ia that
fell in an attempt to aeasinate the Repuh
licl itevive slaverv in the midst ot ine nine
teenth century! Have you considered the
nfiLa nnderinkina-? Ijook around
you! Y'u see a great Rpnblio purified of
which BPnt I'lU.Hh or
shame to her cheeks wnen t newer... ..r. ...
pointed to ii;yoiiseethe heaitofanol.le
people relieved of the gallntt burthen of
wrong and mii.; you see the nation, of the
world stretching out te us their brotherly
hands and cheering us on with their in-tpir-ing
acclamation.; from the dowh-trodden
and degraded on earth to the verv angels
heaven you hear all good 1 and generone
. no- ehorui or grantuua ma
is raii.Lr
fnin in
i for at last ih ereat iniquity, is M
limr down, cnlhn-iastic cheer-, an t now
sliike heaven and eartn innw
li? Now poison l no niture oi w.b xv.
. 1 :i u i;ia thi
first
first
.
ana
.,.
he
,.c,i.
ihe
;..;.
""'.'.;
IHUM
j
and
from
-
then.
r
un
tl e
crush
disloyalty
.be
tne
North
it
.
1;; mi
liiiht
,
:
cor
- ,
J
liecn.
...
"
pu'.lio aunin, now imperii tne me m ini
tiation again, and revive n? Are yrttf ;rt ear-n.-si?
Hen- we stand ts f.re an atrocity,
appalling thatwsck in vain tore parallel
a ,,u.i ,.. nf biHturvi we search
in vain the datk-si corners of the human
heart to find a motive or a tea.on jnat mini.,
exeu-e a ei iine so redienl.mi for its Lilly,
IV.IIvso di.eraeeful for Its wiekednes..-;-
Oreat applause. wt, tiiana .-irfipo-siblef
ITremendods Cbeen
I Link vnu CBn stem the irtesistable enrren.
of events with v.'ur o ml rivances of political
legerdemnin: with voiir pace cry. whion i
vf.nr war crv. winch' is liand;
i..n.;iir.iil nriitest nualtl-t a
i w.m. .t.iui .... i" ..-
rannV which doe. not exist, and y ir arllul
i...o..-ition ot a Union "as it w.n. tindcsn-
not aunin be. With these pigmv w-apons
you think voti can nvo tbesWtep of elgan
'tie forces! "Poor scheuieK- Jo llilifht
well try to bring a railroad train ru- nine
full speed buck to its siatfing point by
lii tie head a eai m-t the locomotive.
Yon mieht as well try (o ea'.;h in your
the fulling waters ol tne iMiacarB. in
mid-t of the cataract, to ciirrv;i hem i back
their source, liquid applause. In
you sacrifice vour honor for what h
ou-. In vain 3-011 j -opardixe the life ol
nation for what is deadl The doom of
cause is written in the stars, b.nhiisia-tie
ehcprs If you b.vo yourselves, and
to si-cure the'respect of your o' I dren.
I l.e..ccch vn. leave the seaiidnlnns
hopeless to the iunorant and brainless
. at... id .a h.i or-l.-e for the mad
I,..' woulncss of their mind., and to
hardened villinns who have beoome a.
to the open contempt of mankind
But it .on will not. then happy those of
whose 'iiair.es will sink into utter olilmnn.
fur onlv tbev will e-cspe (ho ignoimiious
.liMinciion of bcciflniiig a maik for the
i f po-terity. H'heers.
in tlw. niiil-t of the iiinet.. ' nth
to r ! And yon dine to hope tin t the
airug.
agairrst o ne
mm 1.
venerable
An
rtf Itremoiiuous
brajehVuiita
arirn
--
ioaii people will aid in tl is erav attempt
in this Crime aeainst j isiice, liberty
oivi.izati.'.ii in thi treason against
future ten. rai ion ? Ymi dare to expect
Aineiicaii nalion to cmnilt suicu...
Naverv may live? Poor men, desist!
are undone. Yon do not seem to know
he must fail who appeals to tho
c.i. A innn iiHonle. IB iihusiastte
ui vn i ' .
i lau-e. Get out ol ihe way ofa nation
marches with a firm step and proud
alter the martial dium-bent t her
She feels that ihe struugle of a l'osomij
itself into the portentous crisis of
if f,.r Rn.iiimr centuries she
end already ahe sees hetore her what
nnee only a ' patriotie dream rues
mai-n-fki-nt sunlit reality: Lilajrty!
nod, Union! one an I inseparable; now
I Lone contiuued and onthusiastio
cheering. . ... f.
Gives It Up.
declared in
a single
war.--The
peces-
siieeesses
fnlli,.
'
.
broad
lust re
f..r.-.noi
abroad of
one o.
to find
be d hy-
But t be,r
-
the. Ian
reduc
tive lli- n
lawn ty
abuse,
render it-
.i.Ktr.intion.
carg;
necessities..
! .... it
what it
share of
: Tha Mow Yerk Herald (a
.Uri -h.,ws that the narty which
!-.... ih .hrca States of PonnaylvBina
Ohio and Indiana. inOotober. have in
ease carried the Presidential election
following month, from IH4U down to
eluding I SCO. The Uuion party have
enrried the three Slates, and therelore
Herald savs: "The conclusion
foll-.wa that the result of the Ptate e
id Penn-lvania. Ohio and Indiana,
lasi.'have determined the
.. tui-..i '
In rrs-ard the result in Pennsylvan
th.- New Yo-.k N.w- UWAVood s
of 'Friday my.: "In Pvnnsylvania
claim a victory mi the home
......I. ... ,l..n-.i tl.e figures at from
iliousand to five thousand. 'The
sr. closa as to K'VO an appcrnay.. ...
!.... .1... (..!... nf ruch. The
lilii.y..
VIII O Will - . j.
over any mejmiij i bat Can be
against it. , . .. ' .
luiers; voto ...... -
Tha so
tn larea citenf, the hoine vote.
,.b.
good-now as it was then, and it w
tha aamo in ovemoer u... ...
- . .1 V--. 1 V...aueiraa.e.A rSl
What to iy, tnen. ''T-'1,;B
it asked
asked for a
threw
the Nort h
tur.her
raised Its
cannot be
into eur
with blind
of the na
their followers by pretending to hel
MeClenan can by any) possib.l.ili.y
hat State in Novenioei f' They know
We now tell the Democrats that
.ill nnr earrv a sinele Httrte, with
eepiion, perh ,. of NeW Jersey,
dnubflril whether he will reoelv.
i.........l ,.. Nw. lav this
aside, and on ine u.y inrru.. y--
will sVe that the Gazette did nrtt
The people have determined to
Lincoln because they are firmly
out down the rebellion and save
tTy.-Cin.Oai. '' -, . '
wr
be de-
"'EsCSCRtAiT CHASt; nd
WW. MT? pnjinj
THE PEACE QUESTION.
Letter from Hon. C. J. Baylor.
Commissioner of the State of
Georgia to Gov. Brown.
METROPOLITAN HOTEL, N. Y., Oct. 17.
Josr.Pi! BBroWJ, Cuvernor oj the Sttte
uf iSmrain:
priTalec-HBinimioation I am eo.iiirair.eJ to
Ijoi.tihm mo.l of nUwon M .re von and
, ,h' 0 1e ,,r tywtU i,np..rtant facte b.ar
ip
Bir: In the ahsenei of reliable
1 .. n w. . I. . yi.ialinn l.t IMHiae.
II was my original iiit-a op"n -.
nXun&XZ of
k. Ui.la in nr.m.a.l til Parts. RH I fhsre. in
connection with my eomm-rci.l mninn.
initiate, suV.j -ct to your approval, n'go'ia
lion for the termination ot the warthroneh
State intervention, taking the original oe
phsns resolutions and your mes.age on the
u jct of pnace. as th baats of negotiotion.
France as the ally of O-orgia in the revolu
atmatfla i.r I7,r, ana naviog lor
inalltt rf-c io'i I d
time the firm friend of American national-
.... aa.ama.1 to Hlfl 10 IHC'IPV the
r..r l.ri.iiinu- forwaid the
t.lan. 'MV t..r.ner iM-raonai reiy-n, w..u
Mr. Dayton, the American n er .
i I . I am at t fa T n riaa . I It I ( II PI II IB IV 1 .I'll
...r.iin mil Amcncin iiu--i--o irei ...n.i
r ITTB. ana naviog
the Independence and
State, Mm, at the. ame
."r
r3a
ioos with
so
a
You
l
ami tv-
r- .
as
at
but
.;...,r arms
..."
to
vain
the
your
want
then.
and
who
thoe
in
seiiilile y u
de
testation Revive
cen
A.n.-r-
in vour Messago, and embodied in the nngi
oaf Stephen, resolution, would at lea-t re
ceive from him the attention their impor
tance merited, and that thus the Georgia
proposition, through the approbation onhe
Emperor and the diplomats medium or
the American Minister at Paris, would be
broimht ofliciallv and favorably to the at
tention pf the D. r,artn ent of Stat at
nr..aKinotnn I .r final considered Ml. now
far the Georgia proposition would prove ad-
miisable, or to what extent c suoti...
mnJified by the established facU oT the
Revolution, were m-itters of detail tnuturo.
to be adjusted in the cour-e of the e;ntein
itlated n-goriations, as well as any irregu
larity er informality in tho nogotiatmo it-
l'ilr.nn mv arrival in TJ 'rmudi. 1 sought
the earliest opportunity of coiiimu
. '. -.li.i m.rrutiOa tO the A
t'onsul u- St. Oom-s. t d-ired throriL'h
1.;.., in advise the fc-overnment at Y atng-
ton of my contemplated a"H;;n in Pan-.,
furnishing the Secretary of State proper
evi.let.ee of my official po-ition as the htiro
peau cmnmissioner of Georgia In
event of the government at Washington
taking a favoral.'e view of the proposed
negotiation Tor peace, such a c-oirso would
have enabled the Ame.lC.n Ministef
Paris to have ao ed with I ss reserve. Pend
ing ihe-'e coiisnltaiionseph the American
Consul at St. Oooraes. the Ual.f.x -turner
communicating
to the American
yllllNIII II" .. .. v-. -."la,
irmiffht out the j.roelamation of ihe 1 resi-
- r.t.1. Tl.,;,a.l 4tnia. unnn tho euMiMS'
r ..o.o- in raojonso to the semn.miai
overtures mad- at Niagara by the aent
n,...: Thu invitation conveyed in
President'j. pT.wlaination date.mjned me
-i . ... omima and renair diroctiv
rimiiKo ...j - - - , r
WashinKiontJity. wnen anu w..r. . ad mitted
tho G.-onria propositions, anhjeet
course, to reference to and approval
yonr.-elf. . ,
You will appreciate the reasons
prevent my setting forth in this eommuni
cation tho actual condition" of tho negotia
tion. But I deem it neces-arv to plaee
in posesion of some of the leading c( n-nd-r.inns
which surround asd influence
impnr'ant matler,
nn. I wtiioh I HiiilM. lii-!
an! irt tifii.-it-' i-
:.. ii.; nWr The onhHran m
and
the
the
mi.
ou
that
cowardice
ap-
.
who
heart
destiny.
pres
ses tus
fliihts;
was
into
Liberty
and
McCle'lan
carried
every
in the
ana in
now
the
inetital.ly
eeimn
ol 1 lies
day Presidential
a
paper)
both par
ties yule., and
thne
contest is
. '
Soldiers
..
a
figured op
..
- . -
Stephen.' letter renders these explanation
,. ni.ue.nrcess-.ry. I ask for theni.
nn'y from yourself, but from the intelligent
citizens of' Georgia, that calm and d'-pa
sinuate e-nsiderai ion to which they ar-en-.
i 'I'... ......a.i..n ol' an immediate,
llinvi. . i 'l" ' .
-i.i . 1. 1.. jo. I nr i,.iiitini.l'..e Venn
,l,-n!ating w-.r, in invop'nion.rleponds
the Slate of G-oriiia. un 1 chit-fly upon
as her Executive.
The events of -.hi- war have olenrlv d-m
...j .i.... u.ni!r.i.ii1..iinsoliilntion
nnsirui.-.i. .ii'.i ,
nn.1 South, minnoitpfl iy ihe nw.wl. i
;n.ii.h1ii result nf diuimn, an.! we
.i ... l.. nu ihAP nnprrv. nvpnii-
iiifri mi mo s.w ,
i. In Via ikrnipnn.n ot stan ling
liappini . ... .... ...., ,.
mies. Jn other woru-. v
Amerienn people smitn as w.-i.m
this: sba'l we have a cunmon o -
resting upon the republican pr-ncipl-i
CONSENT, or shall we navo onnau-i
tiona'itns resting on it." iii'i-ii.,,,. ..
ciple of iiBKDIF.NCF.? Sectional ooi.snliila-
tionnonth m-gen ana iic.psnr..
l onnanlidatiori North. These con-end
but eorrespotidiiig lorces re-act ..im.
other, and can only co-exist m a
perpetual strife. The scheme of
national!' must b- aban lonod. It
enne jved in lony una i m.i"..
.la..Iiuinn. It mu't ne a"anu.icu
Vltl -dB'" - , a
the intetest of truth and justice,
r. ...
it. .-,.. r ' r- u ' ..... mnA P.r-.lt
t of
.,. 0,ii,v of the States
Tr4rl III 1 1 11 III 11 UUI l tV '
fionstitmion than was Hins
It
bT.b n loned in the inte rest of future
erty. . It must be. ahand .t.ed now,
?,id spetl-ahle pre i mmary ... r
aband tntnent of this i sectional heresy
the resumption by the.Stat.-s of, the
of their riehts assovereign Americ in i !-t
will lead to peace just as the consolidation
of thoso States into a di-tmct and
A ..' .i .......no'irv ipii tii war.
'"Kurrepo
. ;!! u.,.of. how ei.niin etelv
reV: ' " 'UJ"'JZ :,. of the South
.(un. .ii.ii ui . .
blinded the peopl.. to .no re,
ed. and the actual cause oi inn wa-.
"That ths United States (1 lvcrnruaut
waging var upon soveremn ataiea.
The Gn'f States by deliberate
.- .. :.i..l...... ivin the e insti'iitional
........ r nno r riiud -nators of these
....1 ih'eir reiurMsoiitatives at Washington,
obedience lo th'e ins-ruotion of
u.... .......r.illv eft the
Slieo.ivo cm.... i- : m.
L i A . .hair hnmas. The
anu roii""cs. , .
Slates Government did not invade
d.a withdrawing States, nor did it
evs Vhjit
ttrry
he er
MaUcl
io the ex
and .it
a sinl
paragraph
deceive you.
re-elect
reaolvod to
the eouo-
,';,y
There th nn parallel lo it in all history.
representatives, oi tne
met at Montgomery. ... oo v....ru
Government looked on with parental
!.,..!.. hut not a hand was raised
Amorinnn KtSteS.
itude.
Ihete
but. not a
sovereign
Montgomery
Swtuck'
Government property was appropriated
oeenpied.- and ..ill the
ih- ir isourso unin doHted. An I I
Jit ,o dorJare. that if even at that
. i:,,j .ml
,hrCinia and k;mtokv in
nao po-o - ,M',Ui- forh-arniel
haven
Ioateai:
no war. .n.'w r" ."' . "i.i JiiM1-,w,Ur'?
on these P"''" " '-- :
wlof ao opel ror:ft.siitutionl
. .!) vi.' i -h's.J
f. C- . . . I ... r '.rial
v.a . r K.aia aulhontV.
tiders of seetional disunion determtocd
upon the formation of separate and on
tirict nation, and State action was the nieane
emplvd. This natinrl was formed on the
4th ' Ftbresry. r.d a-pited to the control
of nne-half the continent and the control
of the capitol at Wntnioo. On the 4 n
of March. thfreelW. Me. Insnln was in-s-i.urate.1
as P.esident of thf United S'ates.
H! f nnd the new nation in full viuor. and
alreadv entei-inr o on f..r.ign alliance! f-.r
the even brow of Ameiin -ewer on this
continent. It was not a fjuei-iji n of Stae.
T. . n-iMiinn n( mti m aeainst nation
1 thrwir,' front th.td.y '
fee, aae.a Atli ai II n t IHII V I h the t.i.vern-
ment at Wa.hington. as well as with lead
ing .on of all ahadca of ttolilieal Opinion at
the N rth. I have heard but one awitui.etit:
Let the States of thf ionth abandon their
prsaent attitude of-etiorral.Hl nationality,
end resume their . poiii.wi sovere-Min
tmn nn Stares, and the war anaii
w ----- ' ' ., 7B A,liprirjin ncol,
. ""T" J' , ' " , , the
rer I'M. " w -
j A,r.nra" r''7 " '
and immediate n'tiatHnii.tne
nationality." Yon may relr o,.t-i it, there
! will be no'clnnge ,f ad..doi.,r.,ion. or of
I
the
at
nurpose or policy by tb" American
t . I ..a!e.n atet.IM.al
iKrwainn ofonn inch of wliatwa originally
a pirt or the Unped SKates, ...
The qiie-tion is now with (Jenrgis wheth
er war shall wae and the land be Ues-ed
wiihe apeoily and honorable peace, or
whether more blood, more misery and more
ruin, iato he added to the horrors or the
past four yean, ending at la-t as tha wihest
statesmen of ih- South predicted sec jonal
disunion wou'd end. Wu. n is saia ...
'i.'a ahn Inning hnr si.terStatoa. It
i. quite competent for the other States to
follow her examt.le. The Georgia propoM
tion embodie. the extreme demands of 'one
tide. The advocates of complete cwB-!ida-a..i;.uiiart
nnw.rin ll-a central SOV-
iriu miu uimi.b....
eminent, represent the extrer.o d -man is
thcothersi le. In adn' t"tiati"n'eonc.'s.ins
must 1-ema leifa pearwlul ant mutuary satis
fictorv adi'istmi iit i to 1 accoiiipb-hed.
! Itokimr at this ureal prob em. there!.-.
.11- I . I ... m n 1 ... I ll. l.ltlri
! in .ne ngn. . ei..-... a.. . ...
;
,u
ot
by
. .
whih
voti
this
nf iI.a Miiinmn o.toir. we must B'ld a com
mon ground up"n which 'th sid -scan a'aud
eriih saletv and Honor. . nat ii mr rmu
mon eronnd lfween these extreme pretcn
i,,n? We find it in the .tin-rien -e end
wi-d nn of our fathers. The onnatnu'ion
presents tht on'y bais of settlement.
Oneeived in a wis-lom almost supernatural,
the bond 'd Union lor eigtity lour year-
have ail learned at lest to Value its pr-.O'lesa
blesfinns. The disuniotii-i Jef at -the man
who roallv r-j deed in the overthrow
American eovernment, can have ni pa't
- ' . .
the rea.fj.istmem. I do no, a Mr - myr
to such. . ..Mhe ea ...aa ;f th- A lien-,
em people, onn am ...,. .--'-.-
r .a ..k..a,
tore nnknrw-t., . ,
Jmnyi
V " t"Y. t.J K...At
rnu. - . .It. JJi ui - -
aof: r-lorat on ot p.-ace unicr a c inaiim'.'.u.-i
in r ....aiii.ii i m , a ,
the winch, as I have shown, the Sta es w. r.
to f.ot free an t ea-ta . an I un lor wnicn w -
.i.miraf retsonal freedom
in
.Ir.
not
in
rna
Georgia, an opportunity of interposing,
rowr between the I M'y ano am- item ...
Uiehmond leadere and a further and Uriel-sw
and wicked destrm-lion of human life.
repoiisiliilitv of finil action is wi. h yonr-elf.
1 have done my duty. I k'iowtht in
home inG 'orei-t. the prayer, of the Pfop'"
will asc. n l to II iven. that ll who ru'es
thine, mar .-n hb .y-"t o east aside
pr judice. all sectional resentment
personal ammtion, an i i'Te p-nra.ni.ui
bVe -dina- eoun'rr. I have th-? honir to
vcrr T Mtiee'fu'lv. J- Batloh.-;
Commissioner of the Mate ol Ueorgia.
Jeff. Davis' Speech at Macon.
npnn
ynur
se'f. r'h
.
tin?
knnw
ar-
. llin
'"., :"
-
... ..
ol
.-
... ..
.
off
c.w
state nr
seet.onal
waj
vee.
the JC
nn le
. .. .. .
exhiDite-t.
in
must
lib;
a. the
an
So tl,
des.
thr;aton
a the
have
-
x. .-
i-
;
State ao
com
States
l'l
their re.
rsinital
TT
Uoited
. .
one ol
noiest
1 h"
5
soli
again-'-
in
,n 1
s'aae of
natnO'-BPXT
IIW-M'
The f.i'b wing speech, made l fferson
Pavis at Maeou. (Ja.. S. p. 23. M54 i' ex
tracted from th. eoliimn of ihe Daily Ma
eon Telegraph and C'nnle l.-rato ofS. pt 24:
LADIF.8 AND GatTLBMKI. FaiSNDi AND
Ff.I.LOW t'lTIZKNS : It would have gladduu
.. i ..... h..rt m nave m a vou in prosperity
instead of adversity. B it friends aredrawn
together in adversity. I lie son n. a ii.w.r
an who f night through ihe first Revolution.
I wo ild be untrue; to myself it I should
forger the State in her day of peril. hat
though misfortune has befi -ln our arnue.
fivnu D ca ur to Jon. S K.rn ouroius -is n t
l ist. Shei mar trann.it. keep np the l.ing
line of eniinrunienion. and retreat so. b r
or later he must ; nd wlimi lltat day f nf.
the late that belol the army m .u
fimnire in its retreat from M wcow will w
.acted. Uiircivnr) ana "u. .- : r
..rass and destroy his army as did the l,..a
aack that nf Napoleon; and ihn Yinkee
General, like h;m, will escape wuh only a
L.i. ...r I ii. .wean mis oc mo in
...o,i:i ... M.l? B.' the abseu ees of
-...c.-.j . . - ,
Hood s army returning .o- .in ir i"-- .
will they ptf' ? Can they e. the b.n -h- .1
. ,' can they urartnn wuiu. ino.r-ui
fei-ing enuntrywomen and ehild-en and not
......- Hp wi.al ii.flii-iioe-i they am in if -
.. ...... - ..uv i. n it i.sai.sa.rv i rwaa
...ma. a..-, e- -". - -. ...
xr . ...... wr.n win miuv is.t a. ..i.s
v..r hit is nnworthv of lh n.uw of f tor
i-ian. To the woman no appeal is neceiwaiy
Tliav ara like the npirutn iiiiwntro
I know of ne wh- has lost a I her on. ex
a .s . nl M VaaBiral i'IM WTIlin I 1 1 IB I I-"
t ' . " . . ... .1
aui.ii.il iiih to raservn a i.iuuo i..r nun ...
r nk. The venerable Geo Po k. to whom
I road ihe letter. Knew tnai woman w.
anu n iiu ii v..... . . .
will n it wearv you by turning aside to reiar
... . ...;.w I-iHa of giving up the last
i no - r- -
sin to the cause ot our omimrt,
." . Wherever we ao wo fi-d the heart
and hands of our nohle women enlisted
are seen whernver the eye inay tall
,!,'' ,urn They have oiih a.ry to I er
l,hQ ",L heart, of our people.
inno, rawv e,. - ; ,. ... ..
1 know the deep .ns.en.co .c. .,--,
ItrtZy Mw r'..u Paltoo to
ioterl.r of the State. But, I wan not
ffi, consider, d Atlarf. bust wh.-n
LXero- th. V'ha.t ihom hee. I re-olved,
7h-.t it h".ild n. and I then put a man
command who f knew wnuM strike a u.ai.ly
TT th pUv. and many a Yankee
i.i r.,o.'1 to nonri-h the soil befnre
:.. a.. won'. It does not liwiouie
. J..,r. to disaster. Let the d ad. .bury
.I.., Had L ii-. wifh one arm . and
effort, endeavor to ern-h Soerman. I
... .I.- .....a ta isnif -r With Olir
going -r . - -e
arals. The mo mu u . ""t .......
enemv. ' It has heeu -aid that I absndon
G'oreja to hee r.re - niia-no . ..i ...
t-iU.-bii.l. W :.i-et-oiM tl n suth'.r
l,.,n when W -H-V; n P-lt. an-
b-. I ' I. e-wis serw r.ir
se-
ter
d aJ . .. .
. " t. . V.u ... ... Tl..., ...an
... sistanco r - --- .-
re- WM , oouudt-i Ui wa
' j.-. ?: kk- .r.vy ."'v.
TKBIII UV AUVff IctllHNtUr-i
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CrmtiiMM Carte. athitfM eevea linee,pelka ,
IMeartMnM MrranMn. I
( a eeimna .1 any time .le p.
Oa..uae,(ra flaee MNa.) M ikw I
Fa'th gt,ir mirnina
Or tunera, . aond..,
etiaidlrat . fcai.
any lima aian-ryeM nan eoM"
tim eieeedine rrar eiiaiigae, lA A tvmrn, eat
Nere..aiigre. 4a , . i
C7Adniaamnt. oat aerewpanl Willi Wfloa die
rreiton. will ke uiaarMHl ai.lii (of Ud, and eh.-ia. auee
n.iy.
(jy-Srari.i. Nuriras and Doest a T,a r Aara
n.trtttt ik and a hall lh. r 10 oi oidmaf aa.i
len.enut , . . '
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man to save our country. If I kntw th.-i
a Gciiito'i did ti"t rotes ihe liglit qnalit'es
to ff n n t ri. i n d I not te Kin g if I e .
was not r pm. id? Wl v, when rur aitnf
was falling bark Irrm Nrrtlnin Oicrfia, I
even deerd tl.at 1 In) nut Birge with
tM.i.toone to cits- it lo Oil a. l'.nt w n uti
I eharitaMe. 71 e n rn .! n ran rculate
otiifht to le niade te ti le tp I i ti mket.'
When the war if over, and ..urinilctendrnoe
won and we will eMn!)li-h ourinilependnice
h'iill te our siit ur ? Iboroibe
limi in soldi. r. To il.o jnirg ladirs I
would my. tlat wfrn i eon g lrtrn an
i inpty s'l e.c stid the ti. an who bad tcma'n
tdat In n.e end vrovn t h. a )s tske the
empty fletvc. Lit ile old ntn iinjeiri at
home and make biuud. Uut tlotuld thty know
ol'any young n.enki-cring awsy fn-m if-e.er
viee.e,hn cannot be ti;ade to go in M.J w J'.'et
then, write the Evrcntive I read all letter
sent t' e- lrrtn the r'ople, 1 t'J .1 T .f" .
the tTme to r p'y to tl i iii. '3. u 'tnc v4
fnnnymentirtumt iillitt ai. Ji.rty fixrl'Jt.
I he tu-ys. Ciun iiless ,c li -, are Ma lat-uilf
...v,h t,i, g to t
. Bitten is fil'td wiih
"ore'.. Sk a 'S" &
VfnoH'.
e..e.,v ef.rne. irMf nd ol itlln g t rcn Hi or) g
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we
of
in
and whio the .tifniy is Hriv, n Isfvoi.d Chat
tanooga. tbey too tanjninin li e ftr.ial
r juicing Yniir prin i.ers are ktpt as a
sort nf Yai kie tr iiul. I have l.t aid ll at
nneef It. ir Grtra)s taid il.at tl tir x
change (n!d d.ftat glrinan. Ilaxctri.d
erery mtar.e. re tccdid t't-tjiii'ng to.fful
an ex. I are. I nf to r.o pirr nre. Bbtler, -the
Itatt. will, wlttn to ('. n n.ifM. in f
Exch t-rigc . u'd I old iiiifti. uie. ltd th
lished in tie rtw-r.is tl m it wi v-Mi'd
emsent to the excl.ane of negroes, all dif-fi.-ultiea
n.icht lie reinovi d. Thu is rr por
t-das an enrt o' his to get Lituse t w..ue
wahed by bold inn intetc ur-e with gentle
men. If an ex' hat.ge cnu d be effict d. I
don't kn.w but that I n.iiiht be induced to
re.ngtiite Bmler. . But in the ,fu:ute . very ,
i-fTurt will I e eivpn. as f ir as im-sibls, to
. fft the rjl. We want our "Miliers in the
fild, dnd we want the si. k and wmndi-d to
i return borne. I-is not proper f-r me to
! aiut h" "ninljor ' f u.i n ii the fi Id, .
! but. t!n'i I G!1 fh '"" tMrdi rf uf
: ne. a!jj"'it. mmr nick, some 1tount'd,
but snmt nf tlwm n'jsfnt kUiihuI leare. 'I ho
man wh topen's and got n lj.u k to liiseoiue
inand volunlsrily, appeals sirorgly to ex
ecutive clemency. Lutrup!ise b' sisys,
away until the war is over, -.ltd his comrade
return honi", and when eve.y man's h1sory .
will le lold. where wi- ho shield him-elf. ,
It is upn thrae ri-fleeti-.ns that I r-ly to.
make men return to their duty, but after,
cnnfe.rring with our Genera' at beat'ijilar
trs, if there be auy other remedy it hU .
Iia aiin'.ied. 1 love n.v l.-iemSs. and 1. Ir
, . , ....
, I ..... ..... ...inj I I..!.'. rw...i M a I. .M , II.
, - v ; ; ""
re rfiWai, .,.er.
r v , i, u a,,,.-;,,. Turn I'
ut to lha
hero. It
emv had -
. r
pe.iuua ru ........... B -,
. .ti ,i p....... tfnito
be-;,?.on.ysu..-
! fullv ri I. bur, crossing iu! JrVmnae. enme
. j ...
. j -a
: ,,ve la-en a-k-d why in.; army
oi ' ,f ,
an . - .- - .
be- wj-be-au-e an an. y ol iuc ei
nnr
tur
The
every
all
an
and
l.
well n.gh eapturing Wa.l.ii.Mtnn it c'f. and
forced Grant to -end two corps of hi- amy
to protect it. Th's the f -n't my A: noininatcd
a raid. If 'so, Sherman's fhn-rch into Ctrr
gia is a raid. What wr'uld j.irvetit ih.m
n-.w. it Eir'ywa- wohdrawn, tioin t: kinu
Lvn.-hi.u:g. an I pn!:iriz a e -mplirfe e -rdrn
of men around Richmon-i? I c unel(d
willi iht great, and grave fcoMier.. titniepsl
Le, upon all iheee point. My mttid roam
ed over th abut fi Id. VVimtbia wecsn
-ujceel. I r one-half the n.eu ii. wa'avpt
without lei.ve will reinrn to d ity, we e
defeat the eii-my. Willi that hop lam
going to the front. I may nut r.'aTr,-! tine
hope, but I kn iw there ire men (here who
have l.w.ke l J-atli in me tact too uon ia
despan t ii' W ' L I n one deanon.1 ; let ni
one d'stru-t : and rem tn'ier that if genius
ia tha besu ideal, hope i. the reality.
Speech of the President on Free
Maryland.
WASHINGTON. Oct. 19. 1864.
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who
To-night the Piesldetit was aercuadeJ,
and p -ke s follow. : , .
" I em no:iHdd fhut tins I a cimpiimnii
paid me by the loyal M iiy'a.id r. resident
in. this. D a'riot. liuf-r iti.rthe alnptwu
of .he aew Constituiiou fr the Siaie fur-
iiishus tlii rsei-ioi'. -iid that mynur tu wine
ex'irpatiou of slavery eon-tiutes the chli f
tu-rit. of the new uonsiiiutinn e.ys.
heart'lyd Icingrstnlate you end Marylmd,.
nd the na'ion, and the world, upon -itie
event. 1 legret thai it u.u nn o.our iw.
vears -onncr. which. I am ure. w ju'.U haye
say..-d to th-t nation more money than w-.r a
have nut all thrf private Wi iticid- n' to the
measuri ; but it has Mil it la-t. ana i.
sincrolv hone it tn n 1 may iuuy ivat
I then anticipations ot goon irm it. anu
that it oppot.enia may, by Its nect-, no
agreeably an I pr. S ahlv disai point... . A
w ird np m a-uher sii- jeei.- aoiueinine am
ny the JH'Crfltary nt O'ate. in on, ".. i
tieeeh at A I n.in. hi b--n c'o-tru-.i j
. . . ....:. It., lit. 1....
ume into a Hires' tnar. ll l snan ue ...i.
at ihe eUdiii. 1 will between then Slid ti e
end of my constitutional leim d Wtar I
iimv be a'-le. " n"S 'b GoverMtruriit
t) hers r gaid he la t that t!i Ch cirO
C iiiveiit'i'B j limed nol si'ee die h A. 10
meet, gin if o -Hid to do so by a pait et.lar
in livnfu.la. tl e u:timatm . fa plp thst
if the notninve shah Le elected ..he wid at
tnoe se Xi coinrolof the Gov.-rement.' I
hope the good pe.p,ewilljrniittheiiietvi s
to sufiT-r, n;t,tinea'sines. on t-ttber , p.-iut. I.
am struggling. lo.maintain il.o Gove-ri'inriit.
n t to overthrow it. 1 ibeiefi.rtt'y thai if
I shall live I shall reUn IVesidelit onui
the 4 ll of next M icl. And whoever
shall be con'ittllirinnry eb eted, thm. fore,
in Novemlrer.h.ll I .liny in.ialled as rrnin-,
d.-nl on Ihe fourth of Maiuli. ami that Hitl-e.
interval, I shall do mv u-tui-st inai wooeter
is to hold lha helm f-.r the Or xr veyafeaiiei.
-tart with th. het pos i'.f..:enanfw eoJsave
the sh p. This 1.-1 dtr' to the ;f"pie, :Pur
on pru.eip'e arid under the, ('onrt'ttitieii.
Their win, eV'i'uiiona' y exi md iti,e
ultimate law for all.,, ,11 tn.y f'.oW.dde.lb-
arat.ly resoUe to haye ""IT"f. JT;'
even al the loss 01 idht ci. ar j .in
lim-nli's, I know not th. p-wer er the tiKbt
mr -sist ihem. It ia f h. ir own bo-fi.,.
and lh. V moat do as lh' y pl-e rr .
own. I believe, how v. r, tbey er al it-.
s.l v. d to oreseiye tlwir e.-uuiry aivi.
lilmnv;- aui. in ibis, in efli". or out or. if, I
am r : lived n stand : y tt-em.' I "
.h .t'iti ti h p.i.r..i e ' tb ;. r''be.:rr
an.) it t;i-w.i.'-e.-r)? oVss- t ....-I.le'Vj; '
I m-a'S .lH'Sti iu..' a. I' C .''--' " li' ,a
,. ihe aui. n i ll it . t" P' .v
,hi iiard.-. of I. t Who -hrniW .ad bi
1 i....,r fi..,i i.u. iU an.i.KM ai.4
aatnyel anJ !'. khait Wave eeaaal
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