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j. t. rTriiixso.,i rD1T0RS.
I "WOULD RATHER BE RIGHT THAN PRESIDENT. Ukxet Clay.
AY, OCTOBER 29, 18(38.
71LUAM K1TTELL, Attorney at
Law, hbensburg, Pa.
VfiaN FENLOX, Attorney at Law,
r.- O.Tice on Ilijrh street.
Ci r a u t .
UlOKGE M. LEADE, Attorney at
1 Lsw, Ebenslmrgr, TV.
r-- Uface in Colonnade Row. augI3
V T rev at Law, El cnsliurg. fa
II. SECI1LEP, Attor-
-T- OfT.ce in Colonnade Row. ug2o
-1 l.OUGE W, O ATM AN, Attorn-y at
Vjl Lavs- and Churn Agent, and United
States Commissioner for Cambria county, Eb-
-burS, . " aug!3
In the worpi lo-day no prouder name
Is borne on any breeze.
And with Grant to steer the ship of State,
Our Shj thall rule the seas ;
"So " Dominion" shall be North of 'i?,
And South of U3 no foe
Our stsrs and stripes in lLe Canada?,
And likewise Mexico!
For villi President Ulysses
Will be few who care to fight
Alj Le rule the country he has saved.
And God defend the right!
JOHNSTON Sz STAN LAN, Attorneys
Ht Lnw, Ebenfbr.rg, Ta.
O.T'-e opposite the Court House.
U.lrJOUX.-TON. ' aiigJU J. E. SCALA5.
QAMTE L HI X I L ETON, Attorney at
O Law, Ebensburg, I'a. I
O.T.ce on High strict, west of Tos- j
ur s Hotel. vglZ
TAME? C. PASLY, Attorney at Law, j
' Cnrrolltovn. ('.-inibria county, Pa.
. r . . . i : c.
ercii;tecturl drawings nau r)ftiii
:.:iov. made. faug'.3
So boys ! a final bumper,
While tee all in choru3 chant
11 For next President we nominate
Our own Ulysses Grant!"'
And if asked what State he bail3 from,
This our sole reply shall be,
"From near Appomattox Court House,
"With its famous ppple tree!'
For 'twas there to our Ulysses
That Lee gave up the fight
Now, toys, "To Grant for President,
And God defend the ri-rht !"'
science, history, but genius ?
s ? In tlia lit-
affair of Belmont, where he first slipped
his ine-ar.aeitv to accept defeat ; at Ponol-
son where he converted impending rout ! patriotic, and sagacious Speaker of the
the poit of our Chief Magistrate, . With j To Democrats XYUo Keep fe'Sep : tho bMud cm car 'v ixU "vv,
?uch a man for the first office, and vrith to tue SlUfSic or S!:e Union. -rou-bt u j r.uu r. L-iKt.' Tho mZuZvv
xiiizLL-euiuuLMi, expenenceo, j
into victory hv orderinir the famous char2
of Smith; oa the dark and hloodj' April
afternoon, -when he told.5h?ruiau at I'itts
hurg Landing how Pvnelson r--is "won, and
organized out of epparent pun it and ruin
that magnificent triumph of the following
morning ; from Yiekburg to Chatt moo
go, from the Wilderness to Kichmond, he
pursued the rebellion to its doom -cver
a fot backward untiring, unuypassionecL,
iroiuiui, relentless as jdestin j. lJiav'o
proteiisio:) to he a judge of military afiairs,
but to my humble apprehension, the cam
paigns of General Grant, especially theso
of Vicksburg, of Chattanooga, and of
llichmond, will, the more closely they are
studied, the more decidedly levtai a ca-
IT, C' 1-' , ' i , T o i
iii', c-ciiuyicr hollas, wuose very name
is so suggestive of Hevolutiouary memo
ries -aiuan who, placed four years long
on a pedestal where defects as well as vir
tues are closely scanned, has never mnde
We are t f thoe
who, when the life of the Union was as
sailed, were designated War Democrats,
because we insisted that the Umon must
be saved, even at the cost of blood. We
eould n&t be other than War Democrats,
of the Dei:i crutlc
is wioMcd bv men v.iio
au enemy or lost a friend with.sueh a ; "when war was waged for the avowed pur
genuine llepublicanfor the A'ice-Presideu- j pose of dividing and virtually destroying
cy, it is impossible to adnat a doubt of our I our country. We were Union Democrats
suctess. We have only to remember the ! when to be so subjected us to the reproach
iariTeeti trie clan oi Grant, to which, r01 iovmg aad cncnsiimg Mavery. We
; wric.iSj.Jlojijji io" ltprnot he - has were stilt Union Democrats when to be sj
k liim!r If' been ever faTthi ut : 'Ffand'Tast : -a ujjc3 -no- 1 .Ajjn ur us t.Vme K vl.
and stand sure. Crair Lllachie
In a recent seech in Illinois, General
lent subversion of iavcrv. The principles
of Jefferson. Madison, and Jackson were
and are ours ; they have been lrethlf -and
nobly illustrated in council by our ia:nen-
tin.-i : i.auej c-jniecs tliit wc vrc
to iirodiu'ad. c:,ni;.r:nr-rl t-
1UU! dictation in tho adjustment cf thct
platforni. and ii'y tho murders it Ca
milia. Th;v t rt2Vr us no idtomativp lint
and Disuuioii. tr
support Gen. Grant for Presii-m. W
decide to stand by tho Uu'ion, and Vw-;3
for Grant. " Yours trrjv.
CoIIiix. In Cleveland.
Our candidate f r Yic-e President was
d.-Lved iti ("JeviLind f r a f-w liotirs. on
pacity of the highest order in the man j . , .
who conaucteu tnem. j.nai liiun iTut- . - . -
perfect firmness, tenacity, and self-devo- ! for m? conclusion some extracts I have j compatriots: AS e will not speak in praise
ted Dickinson. Douglass, and Uroah ; ' the evening of the 14th insrant, by the
ana m the field by l!iil?p Kearney, John ' railrr.-ad. His pre:
edwick, Isaac 1. .tevrtis, raid their : c-jmii: known, it j
e ciiv be-
!i..n. is beyond dispute." To be a sreat 1 Fred, wh.ch I think sums up this
ii- -i i- . l iioio uucaiiuu in a nutsiifcii
highest intellectual faculties. No man j
'.VATKUS. Justice of tbc Pcuce
g dwelling, on High St.,
a tig lo-Cm.
Character of Gen. Cirasit.
A. i-HOKM AKEI1, Attorney at
Law. IlbeiJBburjr. Fa.
'.rri- LiJar Attention laid to collections.
r tMlice cn J I ip b ft.-t-ct, we-t of the Di
a. i. ..:--lis, r. w. i-ice,
J -r. ;:.".. n Lttyburg.
"FT !'i;!. LV & DICK, Atton evs at
:;: t in Colonaue How. with . r.?
Hon. J. Lathrcp ?JotIey. cx-Ministcr
to Austria, delivered a iee; are in IJ. ston
on the instant. Following is a brief
extract therefrom :
'Who is Grant ? My friends, there
have been times in our history when it
was necessary for men to ask each other,
who is 3Jr. o-and-so, just nominated by
this or that party as a candidate for the
Presidency of the United States 'i Put
has it ever occurred to anv child through
out the land, above the age of six years,
to a.-k this summer, who is Gen. Grant ?
Scan be a ' great soldier without' being a
l thinker, and this is the very reason why
successful soldiers arc apt to be dangerous
in a Republic :
'"They think too much, such men are dan-
Oct. '-i. I There are but few among the sous of men
i whose history is identical with the history
ii-KI II S. STKAir:il, Justice oi
the Ponce, Johnstown, Ta.
- 0!Vice o:i Market street, corner of ic
: -:ret.t estcttdei, and one door south of
c"A-e of Win. .M'Kce.
DilVilUKAUX, M. D., Phjic:a:i
ht'I Surgeon, Summit, Pa.
( :;. ; (::. t f .i ;!:?' C ti llou-e, Oil Ilaii--.Ti
f-t M"l.t i.-o'Is proiaj't'v atter.de 1
.- . :: ,-. " ' arg'.H
of their e.-uutry. Put the Tecord of this
republic during the most eventful years of
its existence is the record of the candidate
whom we Ikjh; to see elected. Put s?up-po-.e
the ja-tion had been asked, ten
vears aio. Jir.tv some fwam iiom the
Vhy the Democratic party should not
1. The Democratic party forced upon
the country and the Republican adminis
tration the expenditure of more than -?4.-OGO.000.000
from the Treasury.
2. " That the Rebellion was began for the
express purpose of overthrowing rt-publi-
of the living : but there is no man-wor
ship in" the proud tear that we give to the
memory of our patriot dead.
Secession was an appeal from tue ballot
was serennd'd Lv
spoiided as f Hows :
"My Fni ends : I have heard of sur
prise parties before, but a more con: Ivte
one th;.n thi.- I never attended. I was do-
to the bullet. It was an aitemw to cs- I tainc-d bv the lateness of a train iv
tablish by ibrce dL'iaus whlcli Lad b---n ! T.fd ur into vonr city to ?! the vmc !,?'
i -i . i t ; - , . . ' : t 1 , , - 1 . .......
Xot because he is a great soldier deep as
the debt of gratitude is which the nation
owes him but because during the whole
of his career he has manifested those civic
virtues which inspire confidence, do "we
wish him for our Chief Magistrate.
GhsV-rfiilnf-s:; mi.i Ti:v,r.f:PT ir liorir when
dan Jer and disaster were thickest : self- ! tficld, and in the hospitals and prisons,
l' immcne success 13 Justv t0 t!ie treasonable action and
can institutions and establishing upon
their ruins a tlaveholdin oli-rarchv and
that all the burdens of taxation, past, pres
ent and prospective, are the necessary
consequence of a Democratic rebellion.
3. The vast sacrifice of life on the bat-
far West mi
command in the hour of
patience and self-forgetfulaess under un
merited obloquy these qualities are as
striking in him as his utter indifference
to a fame which might well dazzle, and
lead astray the strongest intellect, lie
seems utterly without ambition, and this
is the reason why he is one of the. few
successful soldiers of history whom it will
seem safe for the pccple to have trusted.
From the hour when he was surprised to
told us of a retired I r"' ia the newspapers that ho. had been
cjp 'mted brigadier-general of volunteers.
some o0 years c-;
tbe Mexican war.
down to th-.
j ai'tva- urauuatiiiir at U'c.-i loint. had sub- I tnan ever kn
i . ii
win i:u; ji
v i .. ' :n.H n ( l.t '. V hi(oi, d i .1 l.f 5
h is vr-;: i'c-i ' :;al per, ic'-s lo ti:t
i s.-oucn . i v rt
' ! :t whr." 5,
I ( f triVsTl fin 1 TU !I JfV.
Ll; extr -ted. vit-ui ;-o:n, with Xitrous
" !.' V T 1 "f T "
-'" " - t.'
d t a f:rm near St. L'"u:.
had g .-lie ;ai.o lac leather heioi-
nc.-v at Galena a plain man in his man
ner, who was s:-u:et:mes s. en drivine an
y-s ftort-. j x-tea:n. but n'-vcr V balky tie.' into the
-.!-.:gi:'. ; streets of St. J.u!s. but who never t:id
! T -ll .'.l.L 1.
Ii :s ;;c;: au-.-i uai uau feeu in ev
nrn ju our
iC Hi: V v r -
purtioses of the Democratic leaders.
4. That In the preparation of this rebel
lion the whole power of the last Democrat
ic administration was exhausted, the pub
lic treasury j .hindered, the navy scattered
or dismantled, the army placed under the
command of traitors, and carried beyond
the reach of the incoming administration,
and within the borders of the contempla
ted revolutionary government.
5. That all these acts were done in obe
dience to the ciders of the Democratic
conspirators, and by the advice and with
tu'j approval of the Democratic le
charged upon the. Democratic Partv by it
enemies as necessarily resulting from its
principles, but which that party ha 1 al
ways disclaimed, and had, in sustaining
Gen. Jackson's resistance to Nullification.
, cry section of the count
j hce sa.
' hat fie of the
t -.'-' n f :i r v TV, 7CST-1- c t fa ! ' v
war, save Pue
i-eu"6eru-.K. r,iT;Iiiatiirrj .xrut;uLiorr, die- j Hiaiaiuir
i for vrr:-.l P- . -H-eolir-. I .v.t
I uiimerned ana prepv-siciwe; ai?grae
-v.-r ot;ri-ir:ir'. !.- 1 ire ; -.rr T :i :: n
-- l'" J ' ----- - 1 .-j; j
anv oi n:s ae-ea. tue grea.nc3 gi niscnar- - ; .....
..,'rr T'(.n--.b-.- i.t ir-r. o-dv -.-"tori I fiat these K1213 . leaders, by their
? 1 1 f -:',oi: ; virfr.rv of f-Vr 1 ,n ru Kori in
' tiitir setticii poiicy mat Democratic sue-
nail restore to the Jate Democrats and
! rebels iu arms sutiremacv in -the (jloverii-
i .... -
: ment oi the nation, ana tnat ail in at was
shown that Democracy is not Nullification,
we have in our day been called to prove
that it is not Disunion. We reirard the
demonstration as conclusive.
When the struggle of our fathers for a
redrew of grievances had resulted in the
recognition of their independence, that
large minority of the Amcricun People
who had mistakenly but conscientiously
adhered to the Pritish Crown, forever
abandoned '-The Lest Cause." They
ceased to be Pritons or Royalists, and be
came republican Americans. ' The right
Divine of Kings to govern wn-i:' was
thenceforth no part of their creed. " They
melted into the mass of their countrymen,
attached themselves to one or the other of
the parties into which thus-2 countrymen
were soon divided, and had thencef 'rthaio
a i iZ it.
you nave iouiia lae oUw 1 can
no speech, nor Is any necessary.
rious news which you have readlLI
iug beams from these happy face? a
me that you are glad a bum som
The crisis is past, the gre:t react!
have heard predicted has come, and
triumph is with us.
"Lver since-tr.e opviiimr n.
present canvass, you have heard from the
Democrats of a errand revulsion in popular
feeling that was to overwhelm the party
oi lredom and reinstate Democracy and
treason. Yermont, they said, would be
the first wave cf tbe tide. Ycr
mont came, and the telegraph t-dd you
that there among the gre-en hiiis.
-tram p. tram p. tramp, the boys wre march
ing on.' fihen they turned to Maine.
Maine was to be the first cf the St?tes to
return. Maine voted, and airain vou heard
hat away nnd-.
Old btate, -tramp, tramp, tramp, tl
As wis 3 men
that awav under the T-ines of that noble
,10 C.if. t.rt 1....-,
arc marenmg on.
"And now you come here fresh from
i navi ug reau n w vesterony m I'cnnsviva-
eitizens, they could ue- nc-t oLliiiwiso. ' n -a. which was to.be carried by fraUiluk-n;
tatcd its platform and designated its can
7. That these same leaders, by thei
pnbli-3 orat ors and press, declare it to be
iio iv f has to
f with cvtrrr i'a-
V- 1. 1. . 1 . 1 . i 7 -i r . i . . -
rv v. iiieii no Uuii presenea ij.wj piisjiiers,
..no. mat ie na;i rjeen r.:-oT-,-.e, (i i. iiitea attesc iie was mcs.t nniu-tlr an
. .. CH -' 11 .. rr-i ! ....... . 1 ...1 .1 1. 1 . . ' i
ie nciu i-n yaiiauirv. i nese t caasca.-.-.) uacaii-utu viiiu arrest ana u
t in .-I
j i" i e T'. e p , i.e
:. To aiarv vt-.'.rs of j.or-
l.e has soueht to add the
cr.ee t t'rt highest authorities
1:5 1 a p. t ft n
airs thereupon, and
v Lc trivtu f'er his work ta
sa.mi'kl !n.i.F(ni, n. r.
Y, ill he- at Fbenthurg on the fourth
y (if each month, to stay one w,jk.
; things oeing ma'iers
; brave hth army.
i sua. 11 cuU..j for takili
. :i- t i. i - --
: ii uv I.OUHSI.CU an amoition. as lie seem-s
! t have let oat in a mi. ment of weakness.
! be h:;d viM-ons of a sidewalk, to be built ' had been superseded
1 t"" wti molest mansion to the rail- to the Veteran t-mith, -can feel
pclved of his command, and that he Jost hy rebel deteat on tne LaLtio-neia snaii take a very d:?rent course, l.ven
r.-cf tvloA rO .,;,.o. r i s oe regained bv the election oi the F'emo- States that adnered to the l.-uion. h
I o.-n.-.-i-. -tmI'.v :.n..r T,- :T l,,. w.-.i.i :.!, i cratic Cauuidates. Kentucky and Maryland, thev have cue
j draw his rcsicnatioii. to further that ex- '" - That.tney, the Democratic reDelieau- j en to band together ami dictate platie-rms
r i. !. V" 1 v v:lv j. crs. ailirm cnlv. as the conseouc-nce of their ! :,-ol candidates to the onlv nartv thev deem
t v i .-ir :'-- t;i t!i.' -.- i:r.v :r. .t-i voar f-,vr"s rt. .;.:
f . . . - - . - - .
Such should have been the course of
our i T!
ided countrymen, who
set by I
etue-aians cu 1j
toj"ui iiiju iy
.ere from all these States
or Were drawn into the Southern Rebell
ion. That Rebchi. n having been put down,
tbev should have been foremost in seeking
to coiisian its bitter memories to oblivion.
A great majority of them have seen lit to
the te'oirrapli brini S us the sal
itory. 'Tram j i, tran.p. trann, the boys a.e
marching." From thi- rlorious no.vs there
will come but one re. u:t. When we again
rally at the ballot-box, in November, the: e
one,' he raid
triumph, the renewal of the war, the de- ! worthy of their favor or s-upport. In States
wav stati -ii
'. na. Sut'puse the ones- ure than mvselx at vs
1 i . - ...
s'.-ruct;on of the reorganized States, and
lui i 1
'outh, not content with mon-'po-
. i. i .... i --- ( - .
ii -.i ...-i.oi a eeinarv iience. u in mere -unini. .uiyimn: vou mt;v re"iuire.
L-- main Pcr:"-"-ns so nrnorant ot hmtorr a ' send L-acI: tr:insv-.rt -x..r tf
. i 1 the overthrow of the Republican represen- j li-;rrr iinv,-cr, thev insist on revi
t- miter in their reply? It is
j vJieihor he h even yet been thoroiighly
eeiatea. !:ui the livinr' man h,
h YD & CO., JJm,WrX
KkensEi ur, r.o
I:- (I.di. Silver, (.ovcrniiK-nt Lwus ti.l j coa:c - .UJ cUlv 't
'v.ij.'i.j.v. ii is uiiaciia. t L-rii;;ris. to i:ic!r.-r
lore our eves an historic
d on Time Iiosi. Collections ma le
li :.crt-fshle i-j:nts
ii O'-i.' '.id I'ni.kinr
-1st 10, l-o-
i ti t i.t- l ji ltd States,
I'.as-incss iraaodcitrd. j tJje ja.-
il t I Uli V
we may the heroes of
am no ncr.o-worshi -or. a
as always seemed to me that
ft - rv ;
. I :.!. :.
" i liero of this most iuqwrtaut epoch in our
iV Power. V-u shall hr.vo- ' it ' n:l "t 1 l;,JJ-
3i illi ken's Rend, when t.T-o.-irinth-it 1 '
i . - - 1 . . . 1 v
oa ii a.-vcu :
tative brancii oi tue jovcrauient, .lia
its subjection to executive vrill and cicta-
Xr.L, t bliould the H-jpuulicaa p:irty
throuah which he Baw his final triumph i- J Uat o1 aJl u ffiillK;DS OI nien? no'
assured; when the country, w-ary of d--' 01'0-' during the war. was a traitor. Ev
lays and aghsst at his b-ldoess, was clam- c-T roau stood firmly by liberty, by the
or;::'' i-or nis removal : wa n our ce'i-:e vf.i-"--"'- -v "-.-i ""-
all over the world were shouting, "As well !
' ' v. t history is the American People. What-
,-t. the j-rincrwil !;-..-, ah 1 Silver cVvr v,';i:i greatest and best throughout the
'r :..i.-. Coihj. tl.i-j i. a .. ! -ei- ; war was d-.ne by the people. And it is
.v-.i ,ii dej-eoit, i y a.;t- on .r. u.ta-1, exactly because Gen. Grant is a singular
oo.rc.-i, or upon .itue, wnu iaicre.-t
emoodimeut of many of the most promi
nent characteristics and best virtues of
'le that lie seems the fittest man
to be chosen our Chief Mainstratp T La-
i iRSr NATIONAL RANK
Oi" Jwii X ;T 'A X, Pe.VXA.
t r Cf? i'.til O0.00U 00 ! lieVe that from tl?iiw our ni.i.f.r.,i;;.,.,.
rrender of the rebel armies
he became the can-
arty organization, it
I uU.OuO Ou j ro'-f !V,-:I th ,.-..
. i-.v.v and s-t-11 Ialaa j khJ Irtirn Drafts, j .i - , .
i,i Silver, and all cl.s.e, of Gover: ! V,1? th; d heu
."ecwritit-s: mahe collection- t home I U;u-Xe ol distinct p:
. .roa-J : receive di-j.ositi ; Jo:a money, j w rnre enough to hod any disposition to
ej a jr:u-ial liat.kintr Oe-;",ness. All : detract from his fame.' For one,- I con-"
- i.:rurtei to as wdi receive i-romr-t j il-ss that the seutimeat I find mot neces-
-. :i cure, at raoaer..te i -rices. Give j ... )r,...,i ,w. - . ...i . , .
, 1 geiara against whe:i eonteniplatm,r
r:-.i. i ' i.
'.i.KI.1., 'J ):IX DiiSF.KT,
ii MA.v, J ' or. Lr.vt a ;ood,
.'An-i!KLi., ;lii'.v'i. Y. 'Iuwssi;.;i.
ins nuiiuiods caieer, auu mo strange sm
phcity and repose of his character, is
; tendency to cver-cutk;
stars from the
as to attemr
tl. That its civil administration of the
id a c ravat in ir
have no rightful relation to existing condi
tions. While Slavery existed, it was neith
er practicable nor safe to treat even Free
Placks in Slave States ss entitled to the
rights of men. To educate them, receive
their testimony .".gainst whites, and allow
a victory, net on'y m eiiiioi.t
and 1 eiiii-vivania, L.U':. ami
Indiana, hut of the whole country, from
the rock-ribbed eoast of Maine" t- the
Paeiiie, win so f am is amb. r
1 T'. Jir
re shall have a vernii:. !:
them to keep and Dear arms, was to aggra
vate the dangers of a condition already
j'ull of peril. Sensible men might regret.
and even condemn, the necessity, but not
notwithstanding the exiiren-
the capture of A'icksbur,' vrhon even his .
- ' cies ci
the war. has saved t
inetids turned from hi;n : bu: when om
ain man who sat in the White-
i c ::nr,arc l with Demoeratic rule, .$iU,0a0,-
ij'J-J w.th:n the- last eight years, Oaing an
which. thr..nghout the extent of the L-. :
will vouchsafe to every man, high or i -rich
or poor, haughty or humble, black
white, the liberties and rights of a i-.
Three rouslncr cheers were here glvt
i for Grant and Colfax, when the speake:
"And now. my friends. I have de ne n.y
part j it is your turn to speak. Ltt me
ron.se three oncers i-r -uiethu:g better
the lerisIation wh:
s for the grand
we stand that
formed to it.
'- - i i. - -i , i j , ,, i , ,, wi
ci:.l 1 .th 1-1- T .t.:1 ! aVC-raee OI over fiM.twu.wi- :ei amiuai.
try him little longer.' how could a s d- I 11 ' .rf- ?T
dier prove -renter claims upon the coufl. I celed nearly . od,00:oe)a of the habili
dence of the country than he did at that ! tks burred during me war; and since
,nrnnr,t ,S uhnt ,1 hirrnr-1 .Pr . ... .1 , . V 1 tllO clvisO of t llj VTUr, V. lillw StCldliy TCdU-
i:., ..t.i,. ;r, v,;, ..t i... "... ciur the nubtie t:tx-'s. it has reduced the
e'tviu ujivauj iu v - l .1.1 1. 11' t
other eye could see, that quickly co ning
procession of victories, that twenty day's
campai-n, the pass.;;re of the great river,
the live battles in vlnch. throwing him- i
Put, the war having resulted in the j served I
old principles bv which
.-.v::P- !.- 11 fiivrrn wl-nt. lovaltv Tire
t from -2.o7 Mz'J.o'id 43
self between Johnson and Pemberten, he j Cilt art:tk T.a.
destroyed one armv, and drove th other j the 1 uiri7.m
into a citadel soon to surrender to him tJ JhVTT V
'.- ilO'.l cirMcj nxrr.n wlimi of f',.t t ' . JL UUt lUi. IOl th
188.8.131.52'j 74, making a payment of
the debt of 247,443.031 Cd.
4. That it has reduced taxes on difFer-
the two last Con-
it h and For
the C'bstinacy of the t
overthrow oi Mavcry, every act con
ceived in and impelled by the spirit of
the defunct in.-titution was a wanton as
sault on the triumphant Union. It said
to the victors, " You had power to free
the slaves ; but we have power to make
their freedom a enroo to them." Ii was a
new war wacred against tbe Republic in
the person of the weakest and humblest of
.,;!, Iron. Tt iiiau-rurat-.-tl on-
prcssion and social anarchy at the S,nth, I never be forgotten that voting is a
while it necessarily revived dissatisfaction ' h oi . '
and bitterness at the North. j vvia penorm to-,t aa:
i ,o.....i in c-!.-.t, P,.f I as weil vt .titont a Presidential co::a.-i
1 1 f . f I ' 1 - li. ' l e 'JL nil.- ' .... ... . , .
cheers were triven with a hearty
TIse Present Hiisiger.
--The fact that the poriie-stricken 1);
ocracv are bewildered and Co-nfused by th
.1 .. ,.c 1.... t . i
Ue'uli-lill!.alu.'ii '.'l t.ie.l 1.
ed to i-"-
"i. , !
I .... .. I i r. 1 O i T-. it
ftT i eut ei i j in', i i-L
-...: , ITS. i
I'-ANIEL J. MuIlI.ELL, J'retUcnt. j
. I.-.o.KaTS, Cashier. ?ri'b t
misty atmo.sohere which belongs to
the ji.irt, conspic-tvus personages are apt
to dilate into more than mortal propur-
re, net unreasonably, lu
-"vt, J'res't. John i.mvn, CasUer. ciiiied to scan very ci ely the defects and
'i NA'JIOXAL UANK I the r.retens-ioas of cotemporarv '-rcatnes
lr 1 T TAV , ! , . . - 1
In truth, the very simplicity of General
Grant's character makes the erreat thin'S
oCNATLD LEroMTORY OF THE L3b
m smiple, too. There
'finer t ir"r n iii. Aurije sts.. Jsorlh ci-. tv.tli -urftif-ii it :,f-.-.iT-...0:.-!..- 1, i
:zi i Capital....
can he no surer test oi Tower than the
.iMi C ti-iTAi. Paid ix
i;ir:ess pertaiaing to liauhing done on
.-..io.U'y'o cu 5Viam.etrv itseii, otteu mistakes the colos-
l'u : f.,r t hi- common r. .o nil
0,,iimJ riumj,!. Lo Li, "ri .he ' ond Irata iu CongroSS, and oi' their pli.nt a&t" without ro-r,t. Wo bcpcJ that it i "'-' '- c '" J : r "" ;"
-O '."-r hU r, , .-...I.' h, , i ' A..Jrw ::;i.- a reduction uf the u: ith t!,o .on of : -;-;'- 'O- "
any thouoht save for the xd of tpe interest; up u me- puouc ueuu aivuumi- unexpeeu-u ueiea,, me r..os 1,1 xwia.r . - , , .
country. There are very few persons in least S40,00,000 -r annum would fclt disappointment, the chagrin of high- j TtLf
this Union, I suppose, who have not read L proved for by the I mading j raised expectations suddenly blast -oi. n- '-y '.-V; - - 1 "
the letter, precisely at that moment, which , ' , , , ?ead of this, matter, haveteaui y tended ; rpa'ij'-i t"
he charts his f.ther to destroy, or t G- That the Republican party, by itB fm bad to worse, until they culminated, ; - -V V; '- -lf ; f. , ...
L-.t , Lv.r.Tr- -no o - .inr? T -- ! candidates and platform, is irrevocably jn the late Democratic National Con Yen- i'-"-- c. ReA.ubi.cans m,t fcuri.
1 & Will A
tbe mu who is not touched by its gran
deur. '"Were it not for the natural desire
pledged to economy, to tbe maintenance c-i j tion. in the nomination f.-r President oi' a
tae ejection is evt
the. TinMie fitb: the tresei vation 01 the
tl the unity ol the states, the
candidate whose ce-ursv
was in strikiner c:
'Ltrast lo tlmi oi
01 tiiuti1 iio.eii ..o ui.u.1 u.i iuhi e . . 1 -I . ....
n-,eted of me, I would jrladly accept a less L and PP, tnc VfV anU tn. D.x ami Democrats ol u:s sc..o;l;
1,. r ,"0 r:r:n n i' 1 -M .1- ' that ai 1W T'ledges m the pat be reaeem- vith a nominee for A ice Preside!?: who
"1 .1 ..- -. .-1 -r-.iit o( imii -,fi'.rrit- tbft Lost t-uarantv ol the ,.-r.;l Pi !-: ;or u-bollv to b"- fnh. d-'
mv part towara putting aown tnc iienei-j . : k , s 1 1 - .1 i w , . - , ;
llTn iu the shortest possible time, without i Iue tuese pledgee to the peowe iu me liberate recommcnuati-au tuat toe next
,r f ,1.?,. -,x- oth.-r r-o-:. i furc. President shouid undertake to subvert ex-
ceo - '
1 - .
I . .
Iea j.e; ti.j
'--r::fd Pitvenue Ftaaips of all denoraina-
"- l;-vs on hand
tranouil, unob:rm?:ve man,
which really characterizes him the word
The very modesty of the man
j 1 t 1 i' 1 . . -o v !, . . .... 1 - 1 ' . - . 1 ,,e, f .....i. '-.i . . c . , 1 1 . . .. '
liJiU u utttiju; 111 .l ouc V. oru iU re am 1 lIOll mu.ii a uiuii uv'i'iui 01 t.ri my. vvmou. rr. t "i 1 a . i 1
s Ion ir as the Republic bruedi such citi-1 , , , , . -, T.
er destiny 'is s.ire. hucn soldier.- . . - . - , . .
' , -1 r i-1 1 . i LLur wrete his lamous ir dneau letter to
nre noi, uau'rcroLi-s. ociuiun. 11 e uiu ins 1
isdng State Governments, and nullify acts
of Conznss by naked lorce
over. s .0 .
N- 1. - ,1 1--.. r
o , ne. ii i.iv .as-
are relying on our
tiow are animate i
is vet a caatice f r
Co - . V.
huiraia. .'. t
a rreteuse fu i-. :cm.ieo.
A U tl c .1
itv for so doiim
! secure a nomination that he knew would I fjr p0 reckless a pron
.-i-.-e. v.-;.i be ahowed, a follows: S:0 to loi-.,.-ir seems to rcbnkp i.H t.nnnw T.;.rt tiwnri r.uttin"- down the rebellion.
- i.er !, t - ur tr, -t-f.'-rv ? . ! .. . .. . !? , , .v, - 1 -i utterlv demoralize tue democracy at
r-uJ ar.warcs, 4 per cent. ao-lS ; - 1 v", , -,v V v - - ; elect General Grant. ' For has services in j
: 1 L ! acilv wiiat u:n. Sherman tavs in h:s fa- i little less a met than xie uer-ea. jut 1 . ... , . v..
d M1'Vi .,v,, rv- x- , ' r "I l...o:n,1 ---I" li:, ...r 3s l.Wrr in itf ' executing tms oruiianmiau i. mu-v eent ne tv
lie, LbeuBl-arg, Pa. ' the phrase : OIv only point of doubt was ! and has already engaged the labor of bril- j cxlcta a fei-n . . ,
a High ttrcct, e.t of Foster's Ho- 1 in vour knowledge of -rand -tratc-v, and i liant and able writers; some of them the ! REPUBLICANS ol Cambria . lour
LS13 of 'books cf science and history fbut I'l partners of his toil and of his fame ; but I j vroru is only half done. Imish it nobiy
U)rir;.r:Tr I your co.m.,n son,- s,-A to have j have thought it not to oali yoy a , on tho oi ovemoer -- see
U -ur v. , t-,-t, , -r ,. .-.r,,.",.,! u ' ' i'.-...' ,r-v..f t'-Uratoii to th" r. z oi n : ! estat ion oi his every v e,er is out, u.. that e vo... ,
' i'o',---:"-"'-' "o j " r " e . ' , ' . ...... vt:.i n r:-:-..n wb:"h en it'-- h'm to fr v. rant and Colfax.
lli'-i. sr.. hi: e n . ! C-'muelt seio-O which .vuT?ues stratcrv. iJias as a O.....J " a i tnai.. i u
is n j recet.eiii.
on from an ex-
:i i.-il c ,r: i-r-!- to pot v. r. :i : .y a nr. r:-!; v and 1 ;' lit
afresh the fires of civil war, even be lore
houses have boon rebui.t which our
late war laid in ae-hes.
"We have Trailed patiently far the cor
rection cf errors which, if hat uncorrected,
must prove fatal t thvdr endor.-rs. V e
:j. i lie
i or too p..;tv
tuat the e
io likely to j
. i .. . . i
mz abio, oy making a suaien
vip r, -U3 :;.tult. to car
-, i . , e
Pen nsyl ."aula I v
waiteu in va
1 maniiertation'5 of public sentiment
n. liven the late sign-1
V.itt fir Grant :
e-rt v and IutiC' i. i ig-t
111- 1 T
ana ovu-x, s.:i t.