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10,000) ny THODtAHD fOUID! Of TOBACCO,
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laforlor to Iko TidVooausoaii' IM'i'lnf ,"
Tb. fcoioo wllf bMji at Jr.... k- 1-, wZLI
wall ooopoMt, Ml wt fees to ootult trtr (So) ooitli
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ago! toooeut by aa osporlosood oiport, ait loot
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Too mm. of tko ooitrsotor lot doU of Irufor, inn
wolykt 0k4 Hro, to bmtrktt ltgloljr oi luk boil Ok
kJl o ho MTt4,iilula tkUtr44rlnm Iko ufctt.
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1 Iko MoiMual OrMolv'oirWoxk ttfMirw l Iko
Bklllaoro 4 Oklo Kllroo4 Sol. ' ,
PkTBioot to ko oaodo Ik lack foods u lokr book iMi
for dlikmtooBool, opoi tho d.Ilurr of ko oiUro
knoul wpllMlod for. . . J'U. BILL, n,
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oolad Propoiolt, of tm for fknHkod kr tho oojit.
hlkoi. wUtholwoMtocf; NrnMlckto.kktllTtrUDri
Iko B of MstomXt,. liM, u II m,, for kll IM rooh
wof ! M.tioi toqtliod (of Iko too of tho Iroopo, u4
oil IkoCorood Bootfoc.oolo or Uoao kl tko foUoirtof
flMoi, Tli i WoohltitoV DO! Aloitodrlo, T. I Ton
..4rhUto, Hd i AniHu.i r.rt wkip.u.to.,
w wwwn m nmn. ih wi t imi BOOT
tri Dtpw Thi Bf will V o. . th iMt qsl)r(
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IUN HI rtdlTM, w.
U the ONi Btrkcl will b mxd J th mbo. at ik
UBtrMtoit lt iiif '"
Tb eoairxtor will Wi4qfrlt ihlTtty W ..i4 it
tkMff.lMtiM-i m-,lKM'iiuwtin UtIU'
dMrlaM (I U Uth MtitiM, 4 at nth tln-a. u .
oil. Mr of tht 8vibltiBc DpTtmBt mtf 4lrMt.
paral priU.irlU -W ttMht. far tapplytai
ith or aajr Bpnibar of tht aboTi-aanad plaoaa.
Wdrj.fi unit ha pr-aat at th opaalac tf taa Ut.
rafMaaitd Wmala at tila oJloa atoatklv. for all
ki rttrc-J. aiMpI tkat wToltTfftd allht Oovara
naat Jarni, whUk wlJl k p.ld aw-bj U Aatlaf ConT
uliaarir or SabaUuaM at tkat plaaa.
All qnoatioD. ropctlB( qo-Iity aad oa4Uloa will
b tttll4 by tht oBcor of tht SaaalattaM Dtpartaiaat
Tht to tract will bt taada for ilx moatht from thalat
.day qf OcktrilMC aratteH n4 aa tht ColkatlMarr
O-B-ril mar 4t(f rmtaa. , ,
1 D.fJit.a.f ba aatloritd "Fropovall far w. U
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i KMHll,n 0. BILL. o,fl.,p;a.'iu
"j.j fM AinitlLlSMi
Mrt.TTa4kliT:.'d.-kmrVlook aaoa of
irtaBklM H lMv riritiMlM for tko WtihttM aaa
, c4ha,S)IM4fcaarjB4iaM Ula.MUaod DU-
tMet TlB4laitamtar. .
ThkWift wtilboatao nch par ratloa, at follow I
H ot a paajlf rioaryor la lloa of Flmr.
of Cora, (Hour aaa Cot a laibf Uaaal t
4 qaaita of kaH par loo ratloat,
To ba 4tltrtrtd at aaeh polata
DUtrlet' ' aa mar bo daataaatod bjr tht afoot tiattoaaA
.thartl aitl alt artloloa Iota laiMt4 br aalot aaaat.
ThoAapartaaaak-roaorToathorltbttoraJaat all bid.
aa4.1faooauatla taUro4tatoa ika r1ht will bo to
aarTtd to Urnlaatt tho aamo oa ihlrtr dart' Botlaa, at
any tlmt iftr tkt Slit of if trek, 1M7.
Propotalt will alao ba raoalvad, at tkt aama tlraa tad
r-laoo, for roaorlaf , at ao taaak par haad, 1,700, mora or
a, of Wlakiua aod olktf aalllaUd baada from Ikalr
traiaat MaaT.la fiatlar ooaalj, Kaaaaa, to thalr foratar
omaalatho ''Loaitd Dlatrlet,, a dlataaat of akoat
ftWoillaotaaehrauoTalto lialado tht aabalattaoa of
tka aatd ladiaaa whilo htlar tomoTOd.'
Ik. H. COOLBT,
aaH'WSw Goaiatiaalaaar. '
( iltinTOhU. ,
Ktarlj oppoalia Grata Oaarah,
Mr. Bradf haa oa vlaw aad for aala at hta Oallarr. aa
PORTHAlTt Or ILL OFTICXEI,
of both aarrlaao, who haro dfatlarnUhatl thamMlroo la
tka lata war. Tka alaoa nij froai aorta da lUiU to
U addlUoa to bit vaiiad aaaortaiaal of Ukaaoaaoa. Mr.
Brady haa a
COLLSCTION Of V1IWS
of alnoat arary point nada htatoria la Utt raooat ooa
diet, wblahltiaay bapraaataod will bYl mod br aot
oily tkoad taora fnttadlattlr atHraad. bat tklr
frlaada. aa Bttatatooa of tka IrUla IkToaia wklak tka
aatloa boa Jail pattod.
Mr. Brady alwara yaaa aaaaUarablo 'attaaHoa to
Tka aaw atria i
MTMlHof FORTH A4T1 II FOptCKLAIaT haa
bM btottihlbr Mr. Brady to parfattloa.
DKPAHTMENT OP THE INTORIOU,
Vvrrto Btatn FaTiar Orrica.
Oa tha patltlaa of Joha K. Mofttt, of Chalaaa, Mataa
cbnaatta. formally of Jlua, Ohio, prarlaf for tko ts
Uaaloa of a pataat graattd to bim, oa tha SOtk day of
If ovaakbor, Xi&i, for aa lmproramant la Qraia Sapara-tor-,
aad ralaioad oa tka 17th day of May. ISM la thrao
dWUlona, A, 11, aad C, aambarod raapaetlraly Tlfl, 71,
aad 117, tkla poUtloa bolag for tka txtaaatoa of tka ra
Umt B, aambortd 719, fur aorta yoara from tka aiplra
lloa of laid pattnt. wktah takta plica oa tha 90th day
of Horonbar, IMfl.
It la ordarod ikat tho aald pttltloa ba htard at tkt
Pataat omatooMOM DAT, tko Iltk day of Movo-abor
atxt, at 12 o'eloak, to. t aad all poraoaa ara aotlaad to
appa-r aad akow oaaaa, If air thay hart.wky aald
potltloa oaf kl aot to ba graattd.
ParaoBB otDoala tko BxttBalan aroaoaBlpoi te It
la tka ratontOffloothttrobJaatloaa, apoalally aal fortk
la writing, at laait twenty dara btfoco tko day of htar
riB. no at ba takta aad traaatalttod la aa
a or oi.aar pmr, to oa aaaa ai
tordaaoa with tka ralta of tka oSat, wktah will ha far
nlihfKl on aDDlieatloB.
DaPotltloBi aad otkar vaittri. rtllad avoa aa taatt
Dinf. owibbi aiao ib in gun iwriwy amjm naivro lot
dy tf btoiiBg i tko arg umaali, If aay, wltkla fan daya
moay. hoi. bt Had la tka odea (mny daya bafara tkt
aftar Allaat Iba Utt 1 bob v,
urdtrta, al-o,tht tkla aotlat bapobllikad la tkt Ba
rpBLlciR aad tht InUlltsHotr, Waaktngtoa. D.
..J IV. f..al H-.ln U. ...k.. to- ... . -
aad la it Journal, Boatoa UaMacbaaatto, aaaa awaak
for tkroa aaoaaulra wttki I tkt trit of aald pabllaatlaa
to ba at laaat alzty daya prtrloaa to tka day of kaartag,
T. C TdlAKII, "
Ooataalaaloaar of ratoata.
P 8. Xilltora of Ikaaboro paptrawlll ploaaotopy.
aad aaod thalr bllla to tko Patoat OMet with a papor
euntalalag tbli aotlct. aaSlawSw
DKPAUTMKNT OP THK INTEUIoili
Uritbd Statu Patibt Orrict,
WAIHIIttTOa, Aag. 9, lboS.
Oa Iba palltloa of fitaphaa 0. Maadaahall. of Blck.
moad, lad , prarlag fjr tha aiUniloa of a pataat
graatad to htm tht Oia day of Iforambar. IMS, lor aa
FatproTautatla Modaof Throw I ng Skattlta la Loomi,
for Mian yaara from tka axplratloa of aald pataat, wklek
takta plaot oa tkt Stk day of Novambar I860,
It la ordarad that tht aald patttloa bo haard at Iko
Pataat OBaooa MOXDiT, tha IM day of Oetobar atat,
at IS o'clock m. aad all paraooa art aullBtd to appear
and abuw caoaa, If any tkay bavo, why aald potltloa
oiihl not lo bo granted
VwT.gna oppo-Iug tka tzlanaloa ata rtqolrad to tlo la
the VaUnt Office their obttcttota, epaeUliyttt forth la
writing at laaat fvmv daya berort tkt day of haarlagt
all ie!tmia.y Sled by either party, to bo aatd at tat
aald btarlag, uaat bt taken aad traaamlltad la aeoord
aoet with Tkt raleaof tha office, watch, will ba for
alahad oa application,
Oapoalttoaa aad otkar paperi, railed apoa aa ttatl
noay. naat ba filed la tht ode fiMaydaya befere tkt
day of hairing t the arg amenta, If aay, wltkla fee. daya
after filing the teatlmoay,
OrdaraJ, alto, that thlc notice bt pobllihtd la tht
Republican and InttUigtnctr, Waahlagtoa, D. 0. , aad
Ib the Palladium, HlehBoOad. lad., once a week for
three eaoooeelTa weekaf the nnt of aald pabllcatloaa to
ba at laaat atzty daya prevloua to the day of hearten;,
' T. 0. THIAKIB,
Commlnloaar of Pataata,
F. i Idltora of tha above paptra will plana copy,
aad tend tkelr bllia to tka Patent 0 Bet with a paper
coatalalag thle notice aali-wiw
W. B. Coorin. . A. J lKAOia
COOPER & RAOAN,
(Sacoeaaoraof Jan. Sklr ring,)
hTOTB, TIM AMD BHXBT.IBOM.WpXSIK
497 XltToatk street, above Pan a' a Ara. ,
WABUIUQTOtf, D. 0.
9f Paxtlrilar atuaUoa paid 14 tepalrlag Toraaaea,
Baaf a, Parlor HHtwi, Ac , aAl aU work Wanaatoi,
! '' I- -4. ?.:, ,-7.r IV- ' -.V vtV AV V I J 7 v44k''' 11 V4k
li'l i;iH'l7" -r III I II II II I 4 I7IIIIIIIII 11.11
r- vl, I JLL ' 4 MtM ,, l,x'l jpLI ,ffll''i'l 1. J ,1, yl ;; II.I 1. 1,1, II I'l.
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THfMATIQSlMonKBr.V B 1. 1 CXK,
X O'&BAT "0 A Ml P AI0 U P A PE tL
I , n-'tao A '
OIRCOIttt ! , ;0IB0UfatK t ,oiecui4ts
,-, . I .
, fi k iMairotUr tru lk UopoHtUl ouipklca
toa wkltk Ik MUlrr U Jt okUrlkf Utti
MMt'ttnoitayotMiM. -Vf II win iiponj tko
4aarai InUrMU oif tio DklHt Btoloo Oonmnoiit
tiptWl(tm4'tlUHimi tdvsrriofl oJ
oVeltri wrf Irtikpkuiiy.'H rtbnlu to twlkdiM
tlhotWlW loiltlki.t.'fnrlU'o iW inlulloUn
tko I.rUlkllnl of Uo fJorUnhi.it ikifll trnmoj
td UtUf'klhoi,' ui'lM dlJiolon vkloh Sonthora
roboli ootiM not Meomplijk okU h offootM kgr
Ttorlkorn polltltUii. ' "
' " r"1 IrJK'MATIOIlAli klPbBUOAij
kal lwjl tented far tk Oorormwl aal tkt,
lif, ond bow, wboo dUraptloi of (h JJMoDjlfJ
oouUd hjf oklnoilitj wki adrtto gmln of rM
UhJtii in.LiL!:U nnn.l. rr.iuUUww
ijjlil'j tU J " I i tl7
atUl batttM for tha la of mr Union. ' an
( a U k to b n ariaai ilng aaj'walaAU .J1
linearity that th4 frttndaor thtUnloi
III' . u"
vor eaa kl tfalnil twnoUfrU of
from OT0T7 qoartar hall jr i tht tMurtft
mant oaodad oy ororj pablio joarnal,
.bSIMf M V ff.At. XiaX !.
and tajoytttg tho boat CaeUltlaa for obtalalag taforaaa
tloa of thwhlmoal ikiWrfanft o oTtnr Amtrlefca
' oiA 7 TJ
eltiaen, wo ahaU! B-WaaiiUy'iij4artaka to faralah
tmt rtaaoT. darhtaT' tit rvf&ootthif "poUtloai eioa-
i M-m" :? 1 '
paJT. with -feo. laaaH TIaU poUtllftl wrpMr
printed in thHejrmay bthot elty.
Aiwoatoed'D AiftASlnt tutoL In ho .dark
ni iitf 1 r u
hoaxtoftaMKaaUU wt,Usd by hu amoeoooor,
AmaawMawMOaeHotw' aa7tawtfa4nwattOC ihw
Uak erf raatoriBf td 'lhair; pjo'rlj t'paw
aia Utaly U raUUoBBaUafia, m ww aU,tA4-wt ba
had gruptd tho trmt thoory of iBiOnuWosT.Iai
that tahu JlioeMradrt ta ahldo by hit eosriVtloBi'
' x fnpAWTBKPbBUOAW, u
la pakllahod arary KtralBt;, Xuotpt 8tfn-Uy, axd.
' ' THK WEEKLY
ortry Vridaa aaoxnlag.
Tho Wsbklt IUrwattCAM U Asralfbod at tho
following; low ratot':
Onat'opy ODeyaar, ,,,..,.... $2 00
Onaeopy aij monUu i .... t 1 00
Thrao eoplog obo yoar & 00
ThtMaoploBaixraoDthi v 2 10
Tea ooplaa out yoar Is 00
TeqtopiaaaU moatai T (0
TKRMfl FOE TUB WBXKLY,
FOIT THE CAMPAIGNl
Twanty 4plaa 6 months
T " "
Twanty " S moaihi
"ja " "
... T 50
... 2 &0
... 7 SO
... 1 25
Tho DAiLTjUroaucAi U fttraUhod to mall lab
aorlban at tho followtaf ratoo: Ona copy, one
yoar, $8 j tna copy, ! month, $4 1 oat eopy,
thrto montha, $1.
Thrao ooplet, out yoar ,,.,$22 60
" " rUmonthf 11 25
" " three montha 6 02
FIto eoplaa, ona yoar. 5 00
11 " aUmontbi IT 50
" throe monthi..., 8 75
Monty ordora art prtftrrod from all poit office
Inning them j from othtr poat offleei tho let ten
honlil bo rocl'tortd.
It It not nacasiajy that tho labioriben to a club
ahoald bt all itat at ont time, or that thay ihouM
roetW a thalr popart at tho tamo pott offleo. Pa-
port will bo addroiitd singly to oaoh mtmbtr of a
Wo wonld org oar frlendi to proootd with tho
work of get ting np elpbt Immodlately. Do not
wait until tho alaba art fall, bal forward tht name.
aa fait aa thay art obtained.
Ptraona landing ua a olah of twenty aubtoribtra
to tho WaaiLT, and $id, will bo entitled to an
oztra oopy, fret.
07" Bpaoiman coploj aenft on applteatlon.
Addreu, V. J. Ml'ItTAQII A CO.,
'WaablDgton, D, 0,
QALT HTJLPIIUR SPRINGS, MONROE
KJ COUHTT, VlltawtA.
Thla popular Bammar Baawrt will open for ttt racep
tloaof vlaltore oa tko let of JULY, aad remain opea
ktll Ik U.l.flVrmRIR
Dr. Matter, Profaetor of Bargery la tha Jefferaoa
moo. --4 voiiego, rauaaeipaiB. irow pr-v Vw..--
o,PklladelpkU,from pereoaai ooaarin.
leal aaelyala, plaaad theaa Bprlngaaa the
of remedial a geata la all dlaeaeee of a
hob bbo oBemicai aaaiyaic, piaM
oat ralaakle af remedial a geata
ivni. vt vrinnia bbibn.
la alalUag tko BprUga paravaa will have aa opperta
ally ofeeelBg rairfaaBteUoB. Jfaaaaaaa JaaellOB, War
roaUa. Ball Baa, Xapldaa, OTaago OoBrt-Hoaie, Oor
donaTille, and many oUarystlaAaaf hlatotia lauraal la
Good Ooaehaa eoan-.t with th iraJ.i af tha Alaxaa
drla d, Oraagt aad VlrglaU OaaUal jUUroada to eoaray
rlaltora to the Bpriaga.
Oraat palaa hart been Uhan to -Mft tha balldlaf a aad
g roaada U good order aad repair.
The Hotel will aeeommodate 0O Bareoaat baaldea
there art a aamber of kaadaome Oottagt a BUed ap e
preaaly for famUlaa,
Tarmai al M nerdart a llharal dteeowMt ta aoraaaa
remaining a MOtth oad toagor, QhUdram a4 aorraato
aaupneo, misvt axx,4iriiji aw
f - i t
V -uW. , ..4. v ,.&4 d .
Tkt PuMltlXaWo of tho bliltMl kUUol,
m i ; ; t
THE NATIONAI- UNION PARI
PUk,TPoiiM or raiMoiruts).
Tho HaUoaal Ualtn Coarantlom atw aawmbltd
In tha elty.of PhlladelphJa. competed of. dalogatow
from tTtry Stato and Ttrrltory In tho Union, ad
monished by fht KlomnoMouwlohXorthtj laat
nra yaara naa pitaata int eiprtma ivoitr ij tot
nnlrorto to gtrO to thtuAmtHoan pooplt fro.
fovndly gtattfnl for tho rotnni1 of poaeo, doilrona'
aa ara 4 largo 'majority of thotr" ofitrnlryaaon la aU
tl atari ly to forgot aad to forgire tho put, rororlng
tho COautltatlot. ad It came U no froai: tar aneai
tora, rrgardln tho Union In Ita reaUtratlon u mora
aaortd thanartr, looking with .daap Wty lato
tho fatofo at of lnatant and oontlaalrjg trtaj,
horoby taaaoo And pro'eWma tho followlog deotara-
tto of prloelplti ond parpottt on which thay har
wtlbtrfoWaomfl tarrtod I .
1.1-TTthaU.witacratltadk to-AHalahtr Qod th
ond of war and tht rotara of paat fo omr afllatod
and btlorod land.
S. Tho war fart eiotM hat maintained tha an-
tborltyoC tbt CoaititaWom -jrtth aJl.tkt pewen
which It eoofan, and aJl tho rtricUonj which It
tnitoaoo upon tho OtHarkl 'Qotornment nnabridgad
aaeT oMllorod, and tt hU pratorTtd tha Ualoa with
tho aqoal(TlghU, dignity aiaathorltjof thtBtattl
porfttt and aalmpalrtd
" SoBtttawwt atfoa In tht Congrtat' of tho United
Btattt aad tho Electoral Collet la a.rijht raaog .
niatd oy we uonau.auop at aoiuog in ortry ctaw
and u a doty lmpoied npon Ita'pooplt, fundamtn.
tallnlUnattiraj aadaaetatlallo tht azJrteaoof
oar ronnblioan iaaUtntlonp. and tilth at iflmiaTaaii
nor tho Uantral Goraramtot baa aay aathorlty or
Wwer deny iMa right to any Butt at to with
hold aajoynaont under tht Conitltwtton from tht
4. Wt call npon tht poopto of tho United Stitoa
ti oloot (o Coagrtat aa mambOrt thtrttf wont bat
man whoadjaU (attd4me$tal right of rapra
aantaHon. and who .wilt rtoalra to aeata therein
lOTirrtpraitntAtlTat ftbra erery Stata In alW rlance
to tho UfclttJ flUton, aabjtet to tab oooatUotlonal
tight ofeath Hoaieto Iddgoof tha eUotloa ratortu
aaa qnanneaiioot oi tit own mtrnDora. li
.;Tle U(rniiO(16n:pf tho Unldd Btattt and tha
wiiautin)iunaaH peffio ( "aueaaprtmt
r'Dftho'IaJldfnytMng.lrj tho oonitltotlon r
ritff anyfiulo to.,'tho.tonlrary notwlthaand
p." All thi pweri not eooffrrtd by tha ConatU
tntlon npon ,tho pane fal .Gortranitpt, nor pro
Ubltod by:Uvt0,Vt State, ar rtatnrtd to tho
B.aitfor,io tot paopia (Btrtor. ana atnoog too
rlgbtl thai rejected to the EtatM It) tha- light to
prtiorlbt' qaallfloatlotit for tla olootlro franohlit
tharaln 'with which, 'right Veograaa cannot Inter
foro.' N6 etataor oomhlnallonoi Stataa haa tha
ngac io wi.naraw.irom nf nutuonf or to tacmao,
throogh their Action In' Conrrtu or oth-rwiie, any
other mat o or flUUifrodhVQlon- The union
of theMBtalai la perpetual, and III gorornment la
fwprtma authority within tho rtatrioUona and
UmlUtlont of tht Conitltatlon.
0. Booh amendment to tht Conitltatlon of. tht
Unlttd Statoa mar ba madt br tha naonla therof aa
the'ttiay dotm. tgptdltnl, but only In tha, mod
poTBtedottt'hj ltd prorlilonaj and In proponing
netfajntndme&ta, whether bj, Ooagraaa or by
contention1, and ln'ralifylag tht aamo, all, tht
Btatai of tho Ualoo haro an tqnaj tad, aolndetoaa-
iDiaj riot tu a ruio bbii a rata maroon
f. fUarortU Abollahtd'and forarar prohibited.
and tfatro la idwtfaer daalra nor parpoat on tho part
of thJWttthotr.- Btalet thai it, abonld UK ro
tataDlliheij upon the alitor within the-Joriiilatlon
or u unutu otaiat. ana (no aniranenisea AiArtt in
All tho Btatat br tht Union thould rtctlro. In com.
moo with all their Inhabitant!, equal protection In
,8. Whllo wt regard aa utterly lnralld and nartr
to oa aaaamea or maat or binding loroe any obli
gation Incurred or undertaken In making war
agalnat tht United Stataa, wt hold tht debt of tht
nation to bo aaortd and Inrlolablo, and wo proclaim
oar parpoat to maintain unlmpoaehtd tUt honor
aodlha faith of tha Eapubllo.
0. It la tha duty of tho National Oorernmant to
raoognlit tht aerrloaa of tht federal toldltra and
aallort In tho oontact juit oloitd by moating
sromptly and fully all their Juat aad rightful
arlalma for Iho.tarTleaa they hart rendered tht
o ait on, and by oxtondlng to thoto of thtm who
har falltn tht, moat geatrona and oonaldaratt oart.
10. AnAnaawioaiiQf,i'raiiatBoiu.t uatioa
Btataf. bo la hit groat omot baapfOTtd ataadfaat
In hU doTotlon to tht ConatUntlorv tht lawa and
Intertata of hla oountry, nnmortd by ptraooutlon
and nnawtrrod by reproach, harlng faith onauall
alt (n tho ptoplt and ta tht prtetpta of tha Got-
trnmont, wt raoognist a waiai oiaguira.a wonny
of tho nation And equal to tho great criiU npon
which hit lot la cut, and wo ttadtr to him lo tho
discharge of hla high and rtiponalblo dutlea oar
nrofound ruptct and auuranot of our eordial and
aineert a apport
MATIOHAL CHIOlf COJiMITTK.
John T Orowtll, of New Joraty, Chairman.
lMAlna-amat Mann and A. A. Gould.
New UampabUo Edmund Uurkt and E. 8. Cut
Vermont D. D. Smallty and Colonel II. N,
Maasachnaetta Joalah Dunham and B. B. Bpof.
Rhode Wand Alfred Anthony and Jamea II.
Connecticut Jamtt T. Babcook and D. C.
Now York Bobtrt II. Proyn and Bamuel B.
Ntw Jtraty Joatph T. Crowell and Theodore
PenntylTtula J. M. Zullok and J. fl- Black.
Delaware J, B. Comtgya and Edward B. Martin,
Maryland Gorernor tiwann and T. G. Pratt.
Virginia Jamea P. Johnson and Vt, E. C. Bob
West Virginia Daniel Lamb and John J. Jaok-
ton. . . . . . ...
North Carolina jnoniu a. Atnt ana joiepa u.
Booth Carolina James L. Orr and D F. Perry.
Georgia J. II. Christy and Thomas S. Ilardt
Florida William Marvin and Wilkinson Call.
Mississippi VT. L. Sharkey aod Uoorge L.
Po"1- . - .. . .
Alabama w. II. (Jrensnaw ana u. u. jiaeaanet,
Lonlalana Bandall Hunt and Alfred Mooning.
Arkansas Lorenso Gibson and A. II. Engllah.
Texas D. II. Epperson and John Hancock.
Ttnntisot D. T. Tallusln and William D. Camp-
Kentucky R. 11 .- btanton ana u amnion rope.
Ohio L. D, Campbell and Gtorgo B. fimytb.
Indiana D. S. Gooding and Thomas Dow ling.
UHnole John A. MoCfernand and Josao O. Nor-
Mlehlgan Alfrtxl Baaatll and Dyson Q. Stout.
Mlssoarl lion. Barton Abell and Jamea S. Hoi
Una. Minnesota Hon. II. M. Bice and D. F, Norton.
Wisconsin J. A. Noonan and S. A. Paaoe.
Iowa George A. Parker and Wm. A Chast.
Kansas James A. MoDowell and W. A. Tipton.
California Hon. Samnel Purdy and Joseph P.
Kerada John Carmlchael and Hon G. B Hall.
Oregon JametW. Noamith and D W Bonham.
Dlstrlot of Columbia J oil ah" D. lloorer and J,
Dakota N. K. Armstrong and N. W. Winer
Idaho William II WallaotandH Cummins
Nebruka Gen. II. U. Heath and lion. J. S.
aaaioiar bmcutita committib at waibiiiotoh.
Charles Koapp, of Hew -Jersey, uoairman.
Hon. Montgomery Blair, Maryland.
Hon. Charles Mason, Iowa.
w.m n T,An.nn. John F. Corle. A. E. Ptrry.
Bamael Fowler, Col. Jamea B. O'Uelrne, Cornelius
Wendell, District of Columbia.
HAT10KAL UMIOH BlBtUTIVB COBU1TTBB.
Joseph T. Orowell, lUhway, N, J., Chairman.
Col. Jat. F Babcook, New Hareo, Conn
Hon. Bobert II. Prurn, Albany, N. Y.
Gtn. Samuel M. Z allele, l'hiiaaeipnia,
Hon. Thot, G. Pratt, Baltlmort, Ml
Hon. Jesse 0. Norton, Chicago, IU.
Barton Able, bt. Loalt, mo.
Hon. Wm. L. Bharkoy, Jaokton, Milt.
LOO MIS, a MIDI IT PIITI1T, 338
Peaasrlraela areaae, aear corner of
math -.real, atcada to aU hraashes pertalalag to the
artfeasloa. Malferaatloa of tht moaih aorrtsted, aad
Ttry rantly of ArtUtUl aet nUe. opMy
v VAtte.pj. .ji; 'i ..
D. ft. TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 18. IBM.
u Borlood IM
poaraaOaaa, ara OaMataltr
RATIFICATION t, TIIE NA-
TIONAI. UHION C0NTENTIOIT.
Orat Valoa Heetlac In lnloa
An ImmenM' m'Mtlng wii held in Union
Square, New.Yort city, lut erening, ud tie
following ietitn from diatlngulahcd men
were read on the oceulon i
viov iiOBRiir x'mt.LOcn.
Tulimr Diriitntr, fi.pt. id, 18J,
atCTLitrai Yonr favor of the Rth ln(
inTitiag mo to attend the ratification mooting
to ba held in the city of Now York, on tho
win init., u recetTea.
It It hardlv neeeuarv for me to tav that T
approved the call for the Convention held in
Philadelphia on the 14th alt, or that I heart-
uyjnuorMino doctrine, .enunciated in the
tntlon, and with the teaching! of IU author;
by the adoption and oboervanco of which on
the part of the representatives of the people
in the leeialatlve and executive branches of
the Government, the danger, which threaten
tn at fndivUmaU and-ai 4 nation maybe
aVTrtedthe national credit' not only folly
established'' for the preaent, but secured
agalnat all danger In the futnrcr and the peo
ple of the country, and of the whole country,
be united' again by common mterettt and
common ties, under the aame Government,
republican not only in name, but republican
It would afford me, therefore, treat tileea.
nra to join my fvllow-cltiiens of New York
in their ratification of the action of the Con
vention referred to. I regret to bo under the
necessity. of. saying, however, that ray official
duties will not permit me to leave Washing
ton; and I can ohlyexprcn to yeumy earnest
desire that the proceedings of the meeting,
to attend which you have to courteously In
vital me, may tend to increase and strengthen
the conservative sentiment of the country,
and thus aid the great work of restoration so
auspiciously commenced by the Kiecutive,
the. completion of which, at an earlr dav. la
indispensable to the welfare and safety of
I am, gentlemen, with great respect, your
J I. MrtJui.LOrii.
Messrs. Douglas Tayloa, Chairman; John
Havage, ana niram Ketctram, Jr., New
ritox xx-rxEnintxT riu.Moas.
DcrrlLO. Boat. 11. IMS.
.Ukktluiui: I am honored by your note of
toe otn inn., mviungme loaourcsa ue great
mass meeting' to be held in New York on
the 17 th, to respond to the action of the Na
tional Union Convention at Philadelphia;
but whilo I most cordially approve of tho
objects of the taeeting, I am compelled
respectfully, to decline the invitation. I am,
with great respect, truly yours,
Messrs. Douglas Taylor and 'others, com
mittee on invitations.
rnoM JDOOK DATIS.
Dtioa, S.pt 14, l8eo.
R. AT. Blackford, Eij .
Drab Hir: I feci honored by having hed
addressed to mo ono of tho circular letters
of invitation, to attend and address the mass
meeting to be held in tlio city of New York
on the 17th of the present month, to respond
to the, action of the National Union Conven
tion lately held at Philadelphia,
I am not tn the habit of addressing large
assemblages, and, moreover, my engage
ments will not allow of my being in the city
at the time indicated.
I am warmly in favor of the sentiments set
forth in the resolutions and address of tho
Philadelphia Convention referred to, and
shall be glad If tho proceedings of your meet
ing shall have a tendency to impress them
still more strongly upon the public mind.
In my view, it it a matter of tho highest 1m-
fiortanco to the preservation of the Union
hat the political majority of the noit House
of Representatives should be changed by the
results of tho approaching elections. The
idea of governing the Southern States with
out participation in the representation of the
common Legislature, seems to me equally
abhorrent to any lust consideration of con
stitutional principles, and fatal to tho resto
ration of public tranquillity,
I am, dear sir, with great respect, your
obedient sen ant. II, Davis.
mOM JUDOK GROTKIt.
Amqslica, Soptombor 10, 18118.
Mrnts : Your invitation to me to address
a meeting to respond to the action of the
National Union Convention at Philadelphia,
on tho 17th Inst., at New York, is received.
My official duties will preclude mo from be
ing present at that time. I have attentively
read the platform and address adopted by
the Convention. They are sound and con
stitutional, und, if endorsed emphatically by
the people, will restore the Constitution and
Union adopted by the patriots of the Revo
lution, with peace and harmony between all
sections of the country. I believe that tho
friends of civil liberty, founded upon consti
tutional law, will see to It that tU-o princi
ples shall bo endorsed by the people so deci
sively that even tho present Congress will,
at its ensuing session, make haste to do the
ilutlcH so shamefully neglected at its last.
To this end every patriot should labor with
the same zeal ana energy taat no am to
overthrow tho rebellion. It surely cannot
be that the pcoplo are so bewildered by vin
dictive passion as to provent a result so ben
eficial and glorious to the country. Yours
truly, Martin Urovkr.
II. M. Blatchford, Esq , ond others, Com
KR0M HON. A. II. STEWART.
Btaustus, Va , Soft. 11 ISM.
flvNTUtnitx: I have had the honor to re--celve
your favor of tho Cth instant, inviting
me " to address the great mass meeting to
be held In tho city of New York on the 17th
of September next, the anniversary of tho
adontlon of the Constitution of the United
States, to respond to tho action of the Na-
tionoj Union Convention ut Philadelphia,"
IionorLant nrofesslonal eniruzcmcnta com
pel me to deny myself the pleasure of at
tending your mooting; but my hole heart
is with you in the patriotic cause In which
you are engaged. It would be well if the
people of the United States were to set apart
the Kth day of September of each year for
a careful study of the principles of the great
chartor of American liberty, and a close an
nual scrutiny of tho action of the Govern
ment, with a view to deternnno how far it
conformed to or departed from those princi
ples. It seems to me that the contest which now
engrosses so much the attention of the Amer
ican people is far more important than the
great struggle for national independence.
II our miners naa lauea, luey wuum ue
been remitted to the dominion of the mother
country, but protected by the safeguards to
liberty engrafted on the British Constitution.
Ifwa foil, Moodthed, civil etrlfo lad anarchy
j J si ..r'ii7.vi binr
PwbUahael In. thlt 'Je
seem to be Inevitable Society will be np-
nwHw, auu uie worst Clement. DrvOtBfcM)
the surface: all the securities for life. Ubertv
and property will bo overthrown, and a fcrc-l
uoua spirit oi acopimsm, wmca nai nau no
parallel since the wont days of the French
AMvviuuun,,wut oerrwrapiuu luougaoni our
Tho Convention of 1787 met In PUladet-
prna ta form more perfect onion. The
Convention of 18M met in the samslditv'to
restore and consolidate the Union which onr
lament bad formed, but which bad beer)
practically suspended by the event, of the
late unfortunate war. The purposes of these
conventions wen equally patriotic The
labors of tho (ages of 178 !i were crowned
with suocess, and I cannot permit myself to
doubt that the earnest efforts of the Convert.
tion of 1806 will receive the sanction of pop
ular approval, -, i
I have been educated to believe that tho
Constitution, of the United. Bute was one of
the highest achievement, of human wisdom.
My father, as a member of the Virginia Con.
vention of 178S, gave his vote for its adop
tion, and seventy-three years afterwards I, as
a representative of the same county, in th
Convention of 1861, recorded my vote
against it. repuuiauou 1 waa content with
its provisions then, andnl, i am content with
them now, and my earnest wish it that the
rash hand of innovation may ncvor bo laid
The Constitution of the United States ta
the supreme law of the land. Obedience to
it Is one of the highest political duties of the
citizen. Insurrection against it is rebellion.
It it very fashionable now ta declaim
against Southern rebels. But It must be re
membered that there are Northern rebels as
well aa Southern. A rebel Is one " who op-'
poses lawful authority by violence." The
men who- resisted the fugitirelavo law by
violence were better entitled to the name of
" rebels " than tho men who fired on Fort
Sumter for the latter beliet cd they were
right, while, tbe former know they -were act
ing in defiance of thousand tho Constitu
tion. 'Sol'also, the men who now. in viola
tion of the Constitution, which provides for
the representation of I all the State in Con
gress, cxcludn the Senators and Representa
tives oi ten oi trio states, arc as mucn in, "in
surrection airainst lawful authority" as wero
i .. . . . . . . . .
me most persistent aurocaies oi tno doctrine
The "insurrection against lawful author
ity," or rebellion, or whatever you may
chooso to call It, which recently existed In
ue Boumern mates, lias been put down by
force of arms. But tho work of sttonfessine
rebellion is not yet finished. ,It must be put
qown in me norm as wen as in tnc oouut
The form of resistance ta lawful authority
In the two sections may be different, but in
substance and effect It Is tho same. South
ern resistance was made -oncnlv. manfullv.
with arms in hand.",' Radical resistance is
made stealthily, insidiously, and under false
nretencea. The baronet w as nscd to subdue
the former. The ballot is the appropriate
means ,of putting down the latter, nnlcBS it
should assume a more threatening aspect.
A solemn duty now rests tilth tho people
of the North and West. The supremacy of
toe (jonsmution ana toe laws must do main
tained. It is for the sovereign people to
strengthen tho hands of our patriotic Presi
dent so as to cnalile Him to accomplish, tbe
creat work of restoration which he has so
auspiciously begun. All the great interests
of society ore at stake; life, liberty, aud prop
erty are in jeopardy. Bond-holders, mer
chants, manufacturers, ship-owners, artisans,
and agriculturists should all awake to a
sense of the dangers which encompass them.
If the cominir elections in tho North and
West should result In the triumph of tho re
bellious radicals, It requires no spirit of
propnecy to lorcten mo evns wnicn nui over
spread the country; but if wiser counsels
nrevoil. and the people sustain the President
In his patriotic eflorts to restore the Union
and re-establish the true principles of the
Constitution, we may reasonably look for
Seaco and tranquillity throughout our bor
ers. Commerce, agriculture, and manufac
tures will revive, and our reunited country
will enter on a new career of nrosDcritv and
greatness, which will far exceed anything
known m our post history.
Let tho watchword of every patriot there
fore be "Our Federal Union, it must bo
Very respectfully, your obedient rajpnt,
Alvj. II, II. SrnnXBT.
VROM EX-OOIERNOR HUM.
NiwYohi, Sopt. 13, lKoS.
GiTTtrvtxt I have received your letter
inviting mo to address the great mass meet
ing to be held in this city on tho 17th In
stent, to respond to the action of the National
Union Convention at Pliiladclphia. I re
gret to say, in reply, that tho feeble condi
tion of mv health will not permit me to ac
cept of the invitation. If my strength wero
sufficient for the eflort 1 would ileem it a
duty and a pleasure to unite with you in tho
proposed expression oi patriotic sentiment
and opinion. In tho disturbed condition of
the country, and tho excited stato of popu
lar feeling which unhappily retards the res
toration of tho Union, nothing could be
moro timely or appropriate than to commcrn
orato tho anniversary of the adoption of the
constitution of the United States, and thus
recall tho inlnds of the people to the inesti
mable value aud tho supremo authority of
that sacred instrument. The disposition
manifested in many quarters to disregard
the organic law of the Government, and the
purposo so 'openly avowed to defy its re
straints when they stand in the way of party
interests, or conflict with favorite convic
tions or theories is one of the most alarming
indications of tho times. Thla spirit of In
subordination is well calculated to excite the
apprehensions of every thoughtful patriot.
The doctrino has been distinctly pro
claimed within a few days, by tho represent
atives of a powerful parly In our own Stato,
that "nothing is unconstitutional which is
necessary to save tho Constitution," that
"tho Constitution was made for the country
and not the country for the Constitution, '
and all appeals to the solemn provisions of
the organio law, In arrest of revolutionary
innovations, are stigmatized as "constitu
tional metaphysics." We cannot, without
criminal Infatuation, bo Indifferent to the
dangerous tendency of such teachings. If
these views aro to prevail tho Constitution
necessarily becomes the sport of popnlar
passion and caprice, and all tho limitations
established to restrain power and protect the
rights of the people and the States will be
rudely swept away by party and sectional
combinations, substituting their own will for
the constitutional laws or the land. The
practical result of the doctrine is seen in the
exclusion OI a large iiuruuu ut me Diaies
from Federal representation, and in the de
clared intention to subiect the mass of the
people in those States to the absolute rule of
a meagre minority, ocuctuo wuicu counot
be carried Into execution without the tm.
ployment of external force aad ratal MV
version of tha vital principles of fret rovem
mnt.,i It Metnt .to be forgotten that onr
VWWivu!Tceniin i within naeii .wis anil
ample; provision, fpr every txlftncy, openly
oT neaoe.. but ioL war. and insurrection, ana
prescribe, the penalty and the legal mode bf
proceeamg tor ids punishment oi treason ami
all other offences. To introduce other and
arbitrary methods of proceeding would op
erate at a complete abandonment and over
throw t)i ue legitnnaie y overnraent, oi iue
Union: For one -T'haV lvr' -maintained
that tho practical elfcit," ai well af tho deJ
clarwdvrarpose. of the'warfortho srlDnres.
slon of the rebellion;-! to reserve the Con-
all the neonle. and esveciallv unon their rerJ.
retenUtlve,"'wa0' arrfairrd to "pledge
tnemscives oy a soiewaVMU to its masnt.
nance and support. l Nor do T permit myself
to doubt that, trhen the ahirrv nasslons of
the? hotir shall have subsided, this' will1 be thefj
aeimeTato ana nnai inannent oi too Ameri
can people, of all parties and in' All sections
or-bsrroountry.' " " 1"l i
i remain, very letpscimny ana trruy yours,
irrnorttoif. on), t. ctirris. J ,
- tHw Test, 8.pt )l, MM.
Qumziin: I have received voor note in-
viting,me to address the mass nutting that
is to be held in Union square on the 17th
day of thlt month. I regret that my Ina
bility to speak in the open air must prevent
me from complying with your request. But,
either nnder your auspices or thoso ofsomo
ouier douv oi men, at somo place, ana mat.
speedily-.! desire lu all earnestness to lav
before my fellow-ciUxcnt the grounds of my
deep,conviction '.that their political lnstltn.
tions ,axo in great pent. I care not .where
tilt opportunity is affordqd me, so that it be
wiuinany lour wans.
The right of immediate rcurcscntatlan in
Congress, secured If)' every State by provi
sions of tho Constitution which are imnera-
tlvc, and which strictly define the' control of
uo two nouses oi uongress over me sunject,
it denied and heh jn abeyance in relation to
ten States, upon theory of military con
quest, until certain things have been done by
those States. If this exercise of a purely ar
bitrary "power is Sanctioned by the people, I
think wo nlay bid farewell to the Constitution
of the United States. I need not assure you
that I Shall be found, tn this great struggle,
in tho rank, of those who are endeavoring to
sustain the President, and that I shalr-fcelc,
with mv utmost exertions, to aid vou in dis
seminating that kpowledge of our, system of
government that will enable the' people to
decido correctly th,e momentous issues now
before them: "u
I am. venf'refDOctfullv. Tour obllired and
ob't serv't, Utnamt Tickxor Curtis.
Messrs. R. M. Blatchford and others,
THE CLEVELAND CONVENTION.
Call Ibr the Convention.
In pursuance of a resolution of a meeting
oi soiuicrs now or lately mue union army, we
invite thoso of you who approve the restora
tion policy of tho President and tho nrmci-
pies announced by tho Notional Union Con
tention at Philadelphia lo assemble at Cleve
land on the 17th day of September next, for
consultation on the mementous Issues now
convulsing our oountry.
iv e nceu not argue to you at length the
importance of these Issues, cor your duty to
take part in their settlement. After five
years of fierce and destructive war, in which
our arms were gloriously triumphant, the
Union for which wo fought is still practically
unrestored. Why is thist We struggled to
maintain the rightful snnremaev of the Gen.
eral Government to conquer all who, in
aims, uispuuHi its auwoniy, ana to mase
every rebellious citizen yield to Its laws. We
held throughout the war that the Union is
indissoluble, and Its powers, as expounded
by its courts, supreme: that no State cap. of
its own motion, withdraw, or, at the will of
us sister Mates, be excluded; and that the
duty of each Stata to maintain the Union,
and Ita right to take part in tho Government,
are alike absolute. Kvcry object of the nar
ever recognized by or known to tho army
and navy has been thoroughly achieved. The
Southe-n people, decimated,- impoverished,
and subdued, have for more than a yeur past
abandoned the rebellion, and now only nsk
that the Union tor which we fought may be
recognized as existing, and that they may bo
dealt with as the Constitution and laws pre
In their anxiety to restore the Union ami
bring harmony to its councils they have gone
beyond a mere silent submission to Its Ian a.
Through their delegates at tho National
union uonvcntion incy solemnly renounced
the doctrines of nullification and secession,
from which the war arose: repudiated the
rebel debt, and declared of sacred obligation
the national debt ; proclaimed tho faith of
the nation pledged to tho contlnuanco of
bounties and pensions to loyal soldiers and
sailors and their families ; declared slavery
forever abolished, and freedincu entitled to
equal protection of law, in person and prop
erty, with their former masters. Their plat
form is not only one of emphatic loyally,
but it is lnorcmer most liberal In spirit on
all the great issues growing out of tho war.
Tho character of the men who represented
the southern States In that Convention pre
cludes us from believing this enunciation of
principles to bo insincere. They sent to It
their foremost statesmen; men who, like
Hives, uranam, urr, Parsons, Sharkey,
Houston, Urot kenbrouch. Hunt. Mnnniuir.
and Stephens, wero known throughout tho
land before the war as men of the highest
character and Influence. Among tho lite
hundred delegates from the South there was
not a voice or vote dissenting from the reso
lutions adopted by the Convention. If the
best of tho southern people aro ever to be
believed, we must accept thoso solemn dec
larations as sincere. e do accept them as
conclusive evidence that a great majority of
the southern people, sick of war end anar
chy, and longing for a restoration of free
government, are ready to bear true alle
giance to the Constitution and laws of the
o are, therefore, unwilling to sco the
Southern people heid longer in vassalage.
.iity .ia uui countrymen citizens oi iue
United States who have incurred penalties,
but who haro rights. Thoso who willfully
participated in tno rebellion and are unpar
doned are subject to the penalties prescribed
for treason. But, though Individuals may
be tried, convicted, and punished, communi
ties cannot; nor can the States and their
people, without a plain violation or the Con
stitution, be denied the right of representa
tion, through men personally qualified, in
the councils of the nation.
1 lie Intention of Congress seems to be to
deprive tbem of representation just to long
as it suits the purpaiei of tht ndictl party,
the National ;bep(jbiic
'rii MATTOt-it'iiWiLfclsw ''
ta tlklUaot arorv aiorolat (SuitTa ) V 1
J.Hrafloa t Co.,.. Ill tl.rk otrwlaet la raraUkot
m numun (it otnun) uvn.au t4raH.
oil kakwrtkon, tlooipn aa.Ua 'M.S.-Tor oil
suatas aal t 00 rot Ikno analko, fmrr '
mmm. I tlH ootM oao roar, tat. Ml 1 o v y 1 1
Bail. ooMos, . osakuwi r
tm nm attoa v wmucAs
fn patlUk! ororf VrUov soonlat 1 0 oopp ,m roar
tl.00! Tim oof U. oat voar, SAOOj To ooaloo oi.
Kahf aVrf maY-it,'Wftr coide,the 'right
wtmbhjim hi. vomaiiBuonai stawanurwcat win
haveMCatdopttd and MdiproaeribeolState
will have i ratified, it i But ill, ooila, sextain
that the amendment villi,, not, be ratified by
three fourths" of (he States, Und therefore
that It will not M adopted.' 'Bome--pthapa
many of the Northern' Statet'wfll reject it,
and we cannot expect iUlflgal ratification by
any of the lately insurrectionary states. If
there .wore na othef reason why the Southern
States will reject It,' Ills enbugFlhal It pro
poses to disfranchise h"efly Ml 'the'rnen in
th South who'1vwMnfluenc'vr' tho
masses of tho people If tuns)- werto bo
disfranchised . except i gtfieersui tbe.TTebel
array, wostill could sor expect the. fJotih to
adopt ILTor'a targe majority of the'ntf n in
tho late.lnsurrectlonary States, urtogh com
pulsion or choicer lerved In the rebel armies,
tvd tWsir votes alone womU rwwhehakngly
dcreat it.fi. .Would Union soldier., to recover
polltal privileges, disfranchise their Readers,
whoni they love and, revere for' thcir'heroic
toTAj. IJ..-; !! i.H t.-.tf. Ua11.-
soldier to dlsfrthcmse and degrade their old
commanders'! a if ' , ' il-
At there a no srobabilitv that Am amend
ment, will be ratified by thm-fourus of, tho
States, the plan of restoration which, JDon
gresB appears to have determined' bn ,(s at
best Impracticable. That proposed br tho
President and approvsd by the -NaUonil
Union Convention is feasible and, we believe,
saTe. We have no fear that th South can
ever overthrow tho Federal Government, or
even disturb Its career'of rlower1'and o-Iorv.
They will be the last' Mho States td.reb.l;
and if they shall "Jgahl rise in Insurrection
the loyal people ean and will tubduel'MId, if
need be, destroy tbem. The Government
has asserted IU power: for self-preservation.
uiu ic ucuia tiuit wot. luircrir vi tiro nuum
proclaim, to thtafgeneratien at' feast, tho
crime and the 'terrible penatttet'of treason.
iienoiaing tneir woes, ana contrasting their
weaknes and our Strength, we 'Could afford
to show the confidence and courage of mag.
nanhnttyi We might w!l let our vanquished
opponents arise, and, like Jamea Fits Jalnes
at Coilntogie Ford, staunch their wounds and
forgive their treason. Hut we are not asked
to bo magnanimous, but only consistent and
just. This we cannot refuse to be, without
a violation oi ue uonstuation oi our coun
try and a risk of its utter overthrow.
We seek, and will have, no-association In
political action with men, North or South,
who are not avowedly, and, tn our opinion.
sincerity faithful to the constitutional pricci-
EictroTwniowwerougnt. uni u men wno
avo'taqght Or practiced treason now openly
renounce their errors, and maintain 'tilth us
the true principles of our Government, wo
hall not rejeot their co-operation. 'When
the restoration oi mo union ana ue preser
vation of our form of FOtcrnment are in
Issue however much we regret to sever
cherished political associations and to co-op-crate
with former enemies we roust prefer to
act with those wno nave been wrong ana are
now right rather than those who were right
and arc now wrong.
Believing' that onr Government Is again In
peril, we appeal to you who hat e fought to
Bat e it, ana who hold It dearer and more sa
cred than all porty ties, to come to the rescue.
Let tho soldiers ana sailors agreeing with us
in sentiment, but who cannot in person at
tend, senrf- delegates through tho action of
their societies or of local conventions. Let
us meet in forco at Cleveland on the 17th
of September tho anniversary or the day
when the Constitution was proclaimed by
our loreiatncrs ana lei us aia in restoring
the Union it created and tho liberties it
was ordained to secure.
The above call is signed by fifty Major
Generals, clghty.fonr Brigadier Generals,
and nearly three thousand officers of the
army and nn y.
K W A R I .
STOP and Tni.NK
BTOP and THINK.
STOP aad THIMC.
OUR IMMENSE ITOCK OF rLOTFUKil
OUR IMUKtak- bTOGK W CUmilHO
DL'K IMMEfllfi STOCK Of CLOTHIIUI
MA KID DOWN
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KEVXR Again wm tof RAT- THR CHANCE.
IUVIX A.l A IN WILL TOP RATI TRB CII1NCK
A I Vital At. Am will Tut, Ban ran CHAM 8.
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regardlcai of coat We tuaan wliil we aay. Cow- aad
aaa for yonraelvea before i urcbMlnjr
3 n. SMITH.
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eiyy Weahlagton, D.C.
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Winn H. Limon. c. F. Btacr.
BLACK, LAMON A CO.,
COUBSBLLOBB AID AtTOMBT! AT LAW
IN TUSSDrRIMl COOKTOrTHirNITID STATU,
tub, coomTor ci vims,
THI C0UKT8 0? THI DISTKICT,
TUI IX I CUT! VI DIFAKTMINTb AND
OOMMITT118 OF CONORIi.
OrPICI, 46S J OUHTIMTII STREET,
dal-tf Dlreetlr Opposite Wlllarda Hotel.
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CiTtICTIOHER AND UK
lEi.UKAki KaTiirr tnurvt
ABuiituiH' nu uartTLlfalBn'B
No Sfid SI Kth atraau between U and II atreete.
Mr WVlTAreapeciroUyaogga.ti to rauillla. Hotel
end ReaUaraat rroprtetora, and all other., that ha
ksH-fa roaaaally oa head a aaporlur articla of rRKNCU '
AND AMERICAN C0NFACT1UNER, aud tka PUREST
ICE CREAM, of hla own maaafacure. Hla terms ara
PARTIES, WBDDIN'JS, FAIRS, BALLS, Aa , for
nit hod Willi the beat article, at Iba ahorteat notice.
ue auuciiirom toe paone a can, naving every eoaa
mce lo onr ability lo glre entire aatlafaeitoa.
N B . Tha laeAllaa la iioi of tha tiat aad tha DU..
the flaeal la the city, aod the proprietor la d eta r mined
to make It b nret-claas hoaie by ealUratlat tone otker
ttaa Ike beat pa trout.
The former proprlator haa ao lntereat la any other
rhlablUhiueat In tbe city aed-lna
QRP HANS' COURT.
DISTRICT OT COLrjMBUASaiKaTOS'JoBlfTy-
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IB thO 0.10 Of J.m. latbua ,..,., n.n. ,-.
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rproboiloa of tho Orpkoat' Coorl of Wukloiua
Cuoatroforo.old.opp.loW SATDRDAT.Iko l,IJ,Jof
B.pumkoi aoxl. tor tko SaolootUoiaoot ood dlitrtboiloo
of Iko porooall ooloto of sold dnMiod, old of U.
aoootota koad,o foraolkoootao koro bMo Mllomd osd
taraod lalo Boa.. wkoa aad wk.ro oil Ikoorodllero
m.a hio oi ooia .Mooood aro aotlbd to oim... wu
law ko oaolidoa tion oil tosl lo d dxooMd'l oo
latot provldod aoopv of tklaordor ko poblukod oaoa
a wool for Uroo wwko la Iko Sarionk BaniuoAat
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