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EBENSBURG, PA. WEDNESDAY, JULY 20, 1864.
t'rofn nation or I lie l resident's
Urouud'M by a Aegro l'ic-ulc.
The 4th of July, 1864, witnessed what
no other day in the annuls of our country
ever saw. On that day the negroes of
Washington city ussembled in large num
bers on the grounds south of the Presi
dent's house, and there beneath the very
caves of the building erected by white
men for the residence of the Chief Magis
trate of a nation of white men, made a
nation's park the chosen scene of their
feasting and revelries, under the sanction
of that nation's 1 'resident.
The incident bears a terrible significance j nation who have proved most terrible to j passed and presented to the President for Irownlow, whom the Advcrtisrr pro
from the circumstiuiccs connected with it, the country the truth of the old Human j the nccustomary approval. Which shall "ounces to be "sound on the goose."
and the horrible condition into which the ; maxim of "whom the Gods wish to de- j prevail f Shall Mahomet "o to the I this endorsement it may be a mat-
country has been placed Here in the
Capitol of the country, on the banks of ;
the Potomac, within the grounds sur-
rounding the country s Lhict .Magistrate, ;
assembled a vast herd of negroes to enjoy j
themselves in the gayeties of a pic-nic. i
Phe warm July sun, bediming in a cloud- 1
less sky, shone upon them, protected from
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branches oi tnc tuiCKiy clustering trees. ;
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I he breezes from the blue Potomac cool
ed their dusky brows. The fountains
sparkled in the glittering sun for their de
light Their hearts were cheered bv the
gavities of the occasion, and joyously ex
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cited by the thought that in front of them
was us l.o se who, to bestow upon them ;
such pl.-asures, had stecpel the country I dynasty out of wer. With the Divine
to the very dregs of the bitterest cup of blessing surely ujhmi our lioly rnterpri,
woe ever h ld to a nation's lips. we shall raise the standard of Union and
And but a few miles away from them. Constitution, so dear to all patriotic hearts,
beneath the hot glare of Virginia sons, and in XovohiIkt next announce to tlie
and in tho stitling atmosphere of Virginia bleeding and dissevered Iiepublic the joy
swamps, rendered still more honiMe bv ful tidings of p-ace, happiness and re
U:c decaying corses of thm.inds of their ; stoivd Union under the just and beniiievnt
Comrades, toiled and fought the noblest of j
the land. No tre s to shelter tlwu no
cool river bn-czes to refresh them n
fountains splashing inu.-ic on the i.u tor l
them. ParcluHl with heat and worn with
t.ifh.;r l.ea.f- M.lVnrt bv n eo - !
r .i ii , i ,. i, ... i
tions ot their noble comrades nlioac dead I
bodies filled every mile of that terrible
march from the lfappidan to the Appo-
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inattox visions of the happv 1 ourths of ;
i v w ... i m . i o.
Julv stealing over their mind.-" tins nob'e j
r P. .i . fl x.,- . e ti
army of ichte men the very flour ot the i
, , te .i ,.,1 t- -.i i
land were hurling themselves fruitlessly
upon almost impregnable fortifications at
the commands of a head long, and unre
llecting leader, for what ? That the ne
gro should have the privilege of enjoying
himself socially and pleasurably on the
Fourth of July in the public grounds of J
the Nation's Ca- i a'.
The question may lie pertinently asked, i
for what are we now righting, and to
what are we tending, when suMi disgrace
ful scenes may be witnessed as the legiti
mate result of the efforts of those in
trusted with the management of the war?
We see the country torn and rent, tears
in every mothers eye, ago.iy at every fath
er's heart ; the proud prestage of the
great Hepublic perhaps? forever gone ; con
stitutional liberty and law ruthlessly im
molated upon their own altars, and con
temptuously trampled in the dust ; the
last and the brightest hnjie of humanity
withered in the grasp of cowardly tyr
anny, like flowers in the frost of an au
tumn blast : law, order and securily be
neath the iron heel of a fouly corrupt des
potism ; with the insane cry still coing
up for the continuance of this infernal
dance of death : and as compensation for
all these, we have the proud elevation to
social and political equality with Ameri
can freemen of a race indelibly stamped
by the hands of the Creator with the
mark of degradation of a race whose
finest instincts area coarse brutality, and
whose highest inspirations are a beastly
sensuality. Great God ! t this a com
pensation for the in ffable horrors of the
sacrifices the groaning country has made
for the past three memorial years ? Is
this the restored and happy Union the Re
publican uty promised us should emerge
from the fiery furnace of this unholy war!
Or is it but an experiment on the part of
these blood thirsty and visionary fanatics
to overturn the immutable laws of phys
ical nature, and by destroying all that
is dear to man, attempt an improvement
on the work of the Almighty ?
It is well that the peopie should ponder
these things. It is well that they should
think deeply upon the fact of negro en
joyment of the delights of life purchased
at the expanse of thousand of lives and
countless millions of money. It is well
they should ask themselves crushed into
hopeless poverty by the unendurable weight
of public debt their sons dragged oflf by
the conscription like sheep to the sham
bles their recollections of past glory and
their hopes of future greatness alike
buried in the inextricable ruin to wbicb all
things are tending, merely to increase the
nleaeures of and inferior race- which a
I"' , . r
tm and immutable tnntmct of our na-
DISTRIBUTED ALIKE. UPON THE HIGH AND THE LOW, THE RICH AND
ture has pronounced unfit for any nda- j
tions with white men men but those of j
a servile type. And it is especially well i
that the people should ponder these things j President Lincoln lias issued a procla
when this party whose policy inaugurated j mat ion consisting of a virtual declaration
the existing horrible condition of affairs ! of his superiority to Congress, and his in
in whose treacherous embrace Union and j dejiendeneo of Congress, in all matters
Constitution have perished, and who, in ; connected with Keconstruetion. The
the name of Freedom, assasinated Lib- j President has a plan of reconstruction.
crty at the very foot of her altars who
pulled down the temples of constitutional t
devotion, and dedicated graves to the wor- I
! ship of the falsest and foulest heri.sies that j consistant with his, and exclusive of his, 1 plains the notoriety enjoyed at this mo
j ever disgraced the political religion of a j which took the form of a bill regularly I ,neRt "J tnat clerical ruffian, Parson
stroy they first make mad" when this i
pai ty, we say, come before the people,
and gravely demand that people's support :
because the country s salvation rests sole
ly with tJtcm, it is well that the' should j
deeply meditate this "hiring inconsistency '
this worse than suicidal policv this
horrible but legitimate n shilt of liiack Ite-
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it cannot no inn me jeop!o wilt sur
ort th'm. (d, in his jitice, has an
other and a more merciful dostiov fvr
Amei i(!a. 'Hie people of the countrv- arc
too intelligent to be decievisl longer by
r...a..... ...n.-i lH (j ,
them any hevd too patriotic to hesitate 1
.briition soplnstnes 1 earnest to pay
a moment in tln-ir attempts to hurl this
sway of the. tini: honored and time
Mired and time ther- j dearly within the domain of the Iegisla-principh-s.
nWW- tivc deprirtmci.t of the government. Mr.
,. , . '"'T: V .
1 lie .tl Hiking ol ."New Mates.
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io iuaKc new relates, to give iiueoia c;
io iii.ti.e iiciv .lilies, 10 iliw iiueoiu c.ec-
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tonai votes, out feverai very extraonluiarv
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boy, a scrivener oi the I resident, ("Pri-
, - , , v
vate Societal y is the phrase) was inaue
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a Major m the L. b. Army and des-
natcneu to r Iorida to order an invasion
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,h u.iLiit: tiivii: ii liii it iucl ti? riiji;
1,."00 lives and several hundred prisoners
at Ohtstee of which this mere boy be
came a hero (h-ouicc.)
The next most extraordinary thing to
work up Lincoln's eleclorial vote, was
bringing into our union of States, several
Territories none of them with a jKipula
tion as large as a New York ward
whereby such great States as New York,
Pennylvama and Ohio were to be tjual
the United States Senate with
these unsettled Territories which were
to have two Senators in Congress as well
as New York. Nebraska was one of
them in which (census of 18(50) she had
28,841 people, and but slightly increased
now, in consequence of emigration to
Idaho and other places more west. JJut
tly Convention to create a Constitution
for Nebraska, preparatory to admission
into the Union, recently assembled at
Omaha and this Convention wisely and
well, and rapidly, too, in fear of being
overridden by office-seekers for United
States places, voted not to come into the
Union, and so President Lincoln is dis
appointed at least for one year.
The Nebraskians "calculated" that it
wad cheaper . to be supported by Uncle
Sam than to support Uncle Sam, ami
hence they have declined - to come into
Union, until the Union frees itself a little
sr Joubert de Lamballc. in the Paris
Hospital, has the reputation of loving the
knife and saw : he loves to hew
the jioor patient brought to the hospital,
to show off his skill. After one of his
hist operations, the resident stood looking
at the two pieces of mortality lying on
the surgeon's table. "What are you do
ing sir !" sharply asked the surgeon. " I
was waiting for you to point out which
piece is to be put to bed, and which is to
C- An Irishman went into a telegraph
office, the other day, and earnestly called
out ; " 1 want a clane shirt sent by tele
graph from Manayunk immediatelj'." He
was referred to the "clothes-line telegraph.
Hallo, there, what's your hurry ?
where are you going f
" Going, I'm running for an office!"
"What office ?"
" Why, the Squire's office. Blast it,
I'm sued !"
ea-Hornc Tookc, "when asked by Geo.
iti whether he nlavcd at cards, replied,
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"I cannot, your .waic-ny. n n o
Prom the World.
Tlie new UecoiiNtructlon Proc- !
promulgated by him in December last, at
the opening of the session. The two j
houses of Congress have a rival Dlan in- 1
mountain, or the mountain come to Ma-'
hornet The President declares to the j
country that he will not yield, and that 1
C"oii-n ss must. Had h. signed the bill, i
the new states
states w hich he, on his sole re-
as pretended to erect in '
I-oui.-iat a and Arkansas, would fall to '
' the ground. This obvious consequence of I extracts from a speech delivered by Mr.
j the bill he proc laims to the country, and Hrownlow in New York on the 23rd ult.
; assigns as a rea.-on for refusing his signa- ! "If 1 ha'- lowcr, sir, I would arm and
'i tm " ' uniform in tlie federal habliments every
I 'H.-'s is the most extraordinary treat- ! Wl''r mI T and catamount and tigt'r
iimnt ever Ix stowcd by th- exw.tive i ",h1 W m,1 C. n,Vunla,r,:4 of Atncf;
ill! .1 .
lit:ii! tif n iopmmnt on tl?g rpni!nr not
, a legislative assen.oiy. . veto, is a .
legitimate exorcise of authority coiderml !
' nv ttie jnstitution ; out a veto, when
i the two houses do tKt overrule it, is sup- :
... .. '.'ill
st the action intended
, ... . . e i
substitute the will of ;
, ... ... . ..
I p)sil merely to arre
: by C ngress. not to
1 the executive lor the loint will ot In
; Siiate, House and President, as Mr.
I Lincoln assumes to do by this strange j
proceeding. The subject matter of the
bill which Mr. Lincoln refuses to sign, is
; Lincoln himself virtually admits that
i Co;igre-s has powi r to presenile the nieth
! od of reconstruction. lly what right,
! then, dors ho not assume merely to arrest
j the will of the two houses (which he may)
j but to substitute his will in such a way
j as to clothe himself with the whole legis-
lativc authority ! Neilhey the Senate a-
lone, nor the House alone, nor the Presi
dent alone, can wield the legislative au
thority. The two houses can wield it a
lone, in spite of t lie President, if two
thirds of each so determine ; but the
j President has no power but a qualified
negative, which Congress can overrule
and yet Mr. Lincoln instead of awaiting
the action of Congress, anticipated it
and now when Congrvs? has acted, he de
nies to it even that poor shadow of power
which consists in a veto on his unauthor-
I ized proceedings. He can arrest the will
.l I .inrri-occ liiif t ..MirrT-oc innof nrrrtsr
" - . ' "
tus, even in a matter which uuijiiesuuiia
bly belongs to the legislative department
of the government. Congress passed
an act which declares their disapproval
of the President's unauthorized recon
struction measure?, and he proclaims to
the country his purpose to nresist in those
measures in defiance of their disapproval.
Mr. Lincoln does worse even than this,
he superadds insult to usurpation. After
vctoiwr an act of the two houses by com
municating his objections, not to them, as !
tnc .,onsuiili!on requires, oui io me conn- i aou also.
try (which looks like supercilious appeal ' "
from the agent to the principal) he grn- I Some
sciouslv condescends to adopt the plan of j ,:ilted fur a fu daiz for refreshment-,
Congress in States where it may not in- j you kant gudgc a man bi his religgun
terfere with his own, and where the pco- j rnnc more than you kan guge his shurt
pie may chance to prefer it. That is to j t tjlC sjzc cf the collar and rislbands.
say, that while it shall have no force j . .
anywhere as being the will of Congress ; tS"At a recent exhibition of a menag
it mav prevail in some States as having j crie, an elephant was seen to pick up the
Ilie permission of the executive. It it is
a bad plan why ioes no permit ns auop-
J tion at all T It it a good plan why
vetn it 7 hethpr it l"K hml or
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food, what ngiit nas ne to suostiiuie a
representatives of the people have official-
ly condemned. If the President coma
,.i : t;n ., l.,tl tin. verv least he could
do, in consistency with the respect he J passed around a plate thct had some mon
owes to Congress, was to withdraw his ! cy on it, but I didn't take any."
own plan, which that body, to whose
niTiVUILU IUU UUlt r-ui pvi iiiniiu jk ui i"
a t.sh Ktl.y vl tint ii.ttt mnttnt I mlrki-r4;
to the people to support him in taking out
of the hands of Congress a subject com-
mittcd to them by the Constitution, is a
vcrv lK,ld stride toward desiKitism. To
t 3 I., ...l.x.l er.f nowl lint 4. ,. I
partially ermit it as an act of concession,
what Congress had commanded as a gen- j
eral law, is of a piece of Cromwell's driv- j
ing out Parliament at the point of the
bayonet. Tlie mildness of the method ,
merely marks the difference between a .
man of cunning and a man of courage.
If Mr. Lincoln is so independent of Con-
gress that tho two houses cannot obstruct
his will. Congress has ceased to be any-
thin- but a sham. His virtual veto is
it.?...,. t-.., tto iriciinr In In! nwll
; t,o.m.. -......... .... f.-
unauthortzrd plan when ( ongr n has con 1P a twinkling,
VOL. 11 NO. 29
demned it, and his affecting to permit on
his authority, in some cases what Con
gress intended to command in all case?.
on their authority, are ominous indica
tions of the determination of Mr. Lincoln
to release himself from all congressional
as he has already done from all constitu
When the revolutionary pot begins
to a great deal of scum and dirt is
thrown to the surface, a fact which ex-
ter of curio.-ity to know what hissenti-
menls are upon the great issues before
t,lC country, and the character of the
S'-10- on which he is "sound." U u
liave ,,( I'1' Hsurc, tlu nfore, of laying be-
,on- 'lir fi-aders a tew feathers plucked
,rom tUv ZCA'' 8 tai1- ,n the f,hape of some
IT I V tJlnUIiC lit I UC &VUiIlll3 VI f iUll'ia.
and South Carolina ; every ncCTo iu the
, , , .. .
Nu,hern Confederacy, and every devil m
hell and pntidenioniurn.
"ThU war, I say to you, must be pros-
ecutel with a vim and a vengence, until
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the rebellion is put down, it it extermi-
e . - , .. ....
nates from the face of (iod Almizhtv s
green earth every man, woman and child
' south of Mason and Dixon's line. (Cheers.
1 ou nave not teit the enects ot war
! jn the Loyal States, but you are going to
i now. I know that little man Grant he
is ttie right man in the ngtit place. 1 am
willing to see Kichmond captured by him;
but if I had my choice, I should choose
that Kichmond nn' Charleston should bo
taken alone, by negro troops, commanded
by Hutler the Beast.
"Sherman has the finest army in all
the world not less than 150,000 all told.
He is gradually advancing into the heart
of the Southern States. He will take
that country. Grant will take Kichmond.
And we will crowd the rebels, and crowd
them until I trust in God we will rush
thorn into the Gulf of Mexico, and drow n
the entire race, as the devil did the hogs
in the Sea of Galilee.
"When we come out of the war wc will
coinc out with "00,000 or 000,000 of tho
best soldiers, who have their hand in,
and would as soon have their hands in
a little longer as not. Then I am in favor
of giving old England a turn (Cheers.)
"We can whip the Southern Confeder
acy ; wc can take in France and Eng
land and the whole civilized world, and I
want to carry it on till wc whip all of
If the annals of civilized man have
anything to show more detestable and in
fernal than this, we should like to know
it. The reporter of the New York Tri
bune a paper eminently "sound on the
goose" is rcsfxmsible for the "cheers"
appended to the above, and we have no
doubt that he made a true report, the
audience was undoubtedly "sound on the
truths John Drown lias
j loose hay witn nis minK, wnen an insn-
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nan exc.a. ..eo. . u u, u o,.c
, is that atm hay wi , his tait i
1 m ' '
littlf olrl rrtnrimirr fmm rhlirr.h
- - - o n
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! time m her life, related what took place,
;iuiunS umo .mn i-m- ".. ...
! her childish innocence: "That a man
$7 A school mar m, in England, has
, - - .
i '1'" v " ..w.. -
i -nient If the boys disobey her rules,
i".th"r hcadf d Pours
ld water into their trousers leg. Query :
! d shc Punish lhc ?,rls!
CyA dix-tor s house should have blue
pill-iars in front.
OrThe Iiest of friends fall out.
teeth arc no exception.
; tsr woman had better not marry
j widower, if she finds that he is a widower
j iv trade.
r man who inuit a woman in the
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htarlight. probably expect i. to g-t a uiT