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ATTORNEYS 'At L,aW., MoAnbur,7Jnto
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Offefs liis rroffo.ionul service in (lie
practiwe of Atwilkins and Suige.ry , lo iU nt
irius of Uamdvii aua Burrouudi - cpimjrjs
March 26th 1863,-tfo. " ' f '
Ilenric House,
TAMES WATwdN. .ProorielorJ .
WATSUN,, Proprietor; .Tliird
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An Excellent Document from a
An Excellent Document from a Brave General—Letter from General
An Excellent Document from a Brave General—Letter from General Geo. W. Morgan.
BINGRAMPTON, NEW YORK
September 23, 1863.
(irr.fatoBiiilBpaiairJhjtftgnr
onc'galliint ArTiifesinitBiBtiBglthd
.dlrtiptiouot VbsiUniohftudtofesiat
iatlfheZbaUotboxi't
fer-MwIdldtftoi.
Would that this
it but
. ... . .
,T41m DompvaUoBtaia
09
COTjllt
in
tUll 1 811
ana iu fiiayitis
: . . a k i 4.
y Wbi'z
oatiou, which was accepted oti the
8tti1 day of June. Sinc6 then. I have
Looq absent from my home, under
&cdiuLtruUffloiithut ha
he cotan States harTan s Jepi.iient
powen Vou!d endifd'tveii 111 Hi fte or
ra-mtfofLyith thcmJ TliHanfaiially
proildjcl four miJ83tnj bM dafton,
RVurifiikj five- Mi jiicCjJ I und por
tak'j Mmi, betirjtJtliiulUujy at
fea.centa per pound. An export duty
doHara pur annum. Ip other words,
'thci c'ntiraljiiianrfff ey
Govern luuntflrniy, navy, aim peace
estuhlieliments would be eupported
It it tax imposed on tho world at
larffo ; whilo witli free trado hb to
imports, they woulu always ecu at tne
highest, and buy at tho lowest prices.
VViith audi a Qovoromont, favorable:
treaties would be eagoily sobjfhtf
o jjrat cdS9 powers,, audfriAtettd of
ii Iriend, we would 'liave1 upon our
border a constant rival, and, in con-
seniipnce of thbtfcJUWultr;u flaift
ie?oas foe. 6 U I i . (.
Eotertainine these views, you may
feef asM-fdl th CLih'(lifd bu t rc!)'
ttiehty th&inoW bodfti-'inducij mtf; it
this crisis, to solemnly declare that I
helwve that tho only liopjrvwrv.1
Union, and the security okw4lJ
of ten ciwU per it&jud Julia
ttlo bouWilrftUerBmeniMinQ am
ous i reWfioP tWT hiftdreC rail
&mmltttnk,nWMl
i'neud be, conriij'Sffl JKMjlii'
I'iiriy in iiower may beui6placed,and
u Miser, policy aoptea. f ,
',. Wi'dliiTig t6 tee -tho wliofe people
ni.ilud. uiid the Avdn condactoa) with; a
rr,,- , , "J'ft ra Vo on mv return
y iiv- ainih v rtiA -nrnnfxrvftrinn nr. pup
hi'iuii liyiu Eur6pw,'l Je'clarbd in favor
v ...... D l
of tlm clcctiun ot bov. lod.- Why I
Mi-1 inr...l.i r,nrl m rtmr.rvtlroo a mcdM
tliiit. I.o hadu;eith6iiho wish nor
it to interior witu iiieinsuiiuions
. . . at AA..
ltU'fl8
as ftW
wdgud.'iu any spirit of.Oitpre'saionV br.
for tho. ptoDosa.-of , cqnqiKt.(r, jsuhju-
gatioq, butaiuply iorthq pr,c8c,ya,tioii
ot ilia Uuitm; una mo cunvumiou
wjiifik. iip.u.iiited,M r. Trcnned
tbut resolution in its every lotter. My
views, then and now, were lllcrepv
exprtS8ea, bul l regroi to say tnai in
every plr'ticultirbas. J.r.vy.ncoJu di-t.
regarccanis pngua-u ,
W-hileriii tuo itrjuy, as a niter pi
militarypropriety 1 caifctqliyjitistiU;
ned from ooliticat-' action of arVi kin'dl'
and I do not know, tojihis (Jiy, tliej
party predilections ouBomo-or in
officers wbo composed ray itufE Thej
were faithful and competent: cfctoskuq
no more, uut once ;aoriPg my terifl.
of service 1 did give!p6blic wepress
ion ot my news as to th.icouuuci w
the war, . :i i T 12
In the moihthpf Jul,ll8C2, !&
ceived a lettet from II. g. Cutts, Es
and other gentlemen, Requesting p,e
to become a candidate 3pt CongreBS,
Biipuld do, so. uourtesj aemanx;ea, a
l'eBlv.'itiTi frankrJeBB letinirBcf tfuth-
fui-utterairce ef-mj eeetimentSi In
iidclitiW'ttf becsome alcandidfile.il
said, ''We must conquer imlfoncih
Ate." And in regard tp the employ
ment of .neero soldiers, LeinpliaticaUy
disscuted from ..the prQpoBedusef
"black bayonets." .' ; i
HaviDg n6w resumed , the,, dntlts
und the jichts of, a citizen, I shall in
good faith perform tbe qne, an main-
tain. the other. : M i
Our country ia.iu double peril. Mh
Davis aims a ital i blpw by the at
temDtedjdisrnptiou of tUe Union, add
Air. Lincoln t baa assumed cjpspotic
powers, ,uDder tlie plea pf carrying on
fe'eblv conveys an idea ot the evil
which threatens us. For tho first time
oi thP i adntb V oH
qougreslJbyAbf steoft fcpUp
vcte. trsolvetriftai'ttirat v
. i .
nn goon
! rcton.?H
ihv.b rr
Wmtf
IBrai."otid to mUd MfBosl L.4 ,
iiJtVl?f liwmm W t$
terohfc'br.idnfiiBiite? W
BtatefaJtStJehr1tflhr4liWiltt
policio5ulif bapursded toward ftt'r
i . .
Mizo on arrested
of
i
o are.; wormy oriw ireeaom
tI(K4l4?ULtiii:J)y .4sr sires, fo4-
'.D. Oal1'8!0 Pl.ffm. country' ,ha
19 'I. i 1 . ,i II a a
r,re8KieBi...uDewittiaiiy Mociaitaeu
nirnseii-yiotatCTwaTO: t? thfldeciKrai
n''Mt
virgniia anairotn"MalilBto LiOQisi-
ana, made tho military pwamount.ta
t A .a.k.L . . . I A. L. A. -M t . AL.
mo cith wwFr-wuHwui regr.rtutno
reply.
rW08i.C(
dlring the
Connecticut a theater of war
the last Gubernatorial election
r
t'ilodratic soldier uosifous tl vfetinjt
for tiiuvcntididate of thoii choice ver
bfuaeJ furlonghs J'If iMr. (Lincoln"
H.t 6ook to cojSWQtfllectfonw.Why
.ofniuiuuuoiii i a bl'u j.eLmun-
u iemocraiimiiri,.
as New Hampshire a theater
nr oajthe 13th .of Jaat Uajfih
pi tlitr wajthtA Bfiriblirfle
reiaw totA!ii'tBec4io,h
w A J . i- t n
of that State : and why did ho, by a
ftnttW AVjf EdgfcriytfnAlWirli-
New Hampshire Infantry, for votinc
the ticket of his choice t ,rtJhtlioltiot
supreme wronj wa8,BnrbWvby Spe
cial Order, No.r,,fi9, issued by the
cominan
and of tf.e President, over tbe
i'aturo of the Secretary of War.
1 will not stop to comment upon
tho armed interference in tbe elections
Kentucky, Maryland, Delaware and
Missouri facts are fresh iu the
liOvl'litfiona
been arrested without legal trial, and
dscjrrleratcd hiifli)iitiVlDr)Bonwithr
MtVlJress oravf.fellVlI..vwJ.
For tho first time and tho people
iruu uiHcu-Hiuii, anu iu violation 01
the Constitution of this State, been
iflcnrfritorlfailo, indfsreed Ho s'ek
protection nnuer a losergn nag. ' J
n I'pr tho first.Ume n our history .had,
an exilod; banished man, been choaeq,
as jtlie caituiio of a groat party, for the
highest office within; tho gift of the
people of his State : and if the citizens
uio lira i tiuio win uu exno uu rucaiiuu
row liis jbjaBjim.nt ito .ttct'as the
fclltoT Mfttjstctfte itj apeopJe'icHigjit
ko W eflslftfecr? bu deternrrnca to be
!,l-m,i.forced i.to: believij ' that the
Peeid.cnL either s does, not ,desiro the
pre'se'rvatidn of the Union, or that he
ioesnotjjpeJdJija
which that end can be attained. lii
airier case we need a change in tho
administration of the Government.
Wow&nt statesmen who can rise to a
livel with, the crisis, and who will
inspire; confidenco from tho lakes to
the gulf. S g v, f , ;
Xhis.is the supreme moment in oar
history; .The preservation -of the
Union is o( vital interest ; but the
foriw of! arnjs without agnanijnity-r1
coiftag and 6kiy, without jastico and
geuerofity1 never can restore our
country to'-Jhe happy, prosperom and
glorioite potior) it occupied prior to
tbe wo. ,Er bA nstria has conceded
8 Couititiflion and a Parliament to
Hungary,rnd before the permanent
union 41' our States cau bo secured, we
must in good lalth recognize the con
stitnciOjOaLjights of the Southern
peopfe aud gr,abt them the generous
amnesty to which thev are iustlv en
i.. -i" ... ... .
Hvtred- wrttretr- pBrohrdeTOtlonfeTBn
toi aotnisuKen! cause, uurine' our
war, with .ilexico, our policy "Was
conciliatory. Peace Comiui'Baioners
accompanied tbe army, and-we .sized
tlie(earliet opportunity to secure'fin
honorable teroiiflfition1 bf ;:th ;;war.
And although an empire1 ay ' condu-
ered, al om feet, we withdrew'puf
v 1...: Vjflrii...ri
without destroying a tonVnl-'o 'dis
mantling a,forti Such wa'j 'IKe-yiS'
Btlmg a4ortj Such wai 'tBe-is.
9, and hjumanity ot onfMrjrWtJbat'
.Meiicaps, who received;;nk! With
aora,
iha.l
the bitterness oieuemiSrfpHHe.Vitii
us With, the regret ot friends. "'And
countrymen, even misguided aa they
'we I.
nPDrcBs iir corrnipttlip elcctye Xran.
iMWh, HniJaAthe 6orJj
litW reflet tr'i2AifeDt tt(M wB
lurnun ri van riiAnnnnn i.'niMin lAnn Bh .
I L il i T-. it. f
lOiiL, :,W.'-iHU hivuoom, AiMu'J-'Yx' du
pitioa again4tipiua8 H..Sey
mai-j't twiuie ac earao election
(
cr of
I
WiUiUuuiU ntu "H'i UV uiuouiUBrcu
i fit ma M',iked vlethcr t kgreo
iwitn a i t tie mdividuur 6n n orm ht
Tie subluxation of ihu Soujii wotIc
III ..-! -r.n 1j n' ' J' 1 1M ii.
ft.nii utwa or tairserv, , Jl it!
caiyniv:be eflected throtittEi ( a tor:!
A - I I V . 1 .1 .1 ' Mitt if. 4
arm es.'ftnilltioitlx Etenca
patitte ViW
fc-aaft J.UUA J lii I ii. 11 m NY Al I (1 . . w . w . . B
imraworu Biroura 00 emwmea wjtn
olive branqh, apd, in .le
ttera. of
C 'I4M-ngliI thrJ'.C6ti'atItr4tI6n Should
fincHa poly cjiaan!d!wll1rw8wl'vfe-
oouincrn'vcopiff ce teftto to Ioi.ma
with the Union their rifffityf?Ani bt
secured1, and that this sad war. cauatoll
by cotoparativelVfow'' men'.'; .'North,
which"riohiinatod lum to which he
bti pledged Lima&ir. and upon ivhrcii.
isJXdt mature deliberation, I tako ray,
stand, ; iffLlncbla 'nig lefl'mVco
W;dhdlceV ;JHe Las' mado the issho
ctdcn nnlimited notpsf lihVt! tlift
CWi
Btifatipi)-; "be'tweerf arbitrary ' ftf
j flndnanlshrMTdhd dlvil li'bii'tv?
rests end'
Box; i Jhe oyehvliQrrn 'nominaijon
of Mr 'Vaanwlffehirii'wfta'iiUt in'coi)'-
8equehco'6'fU8',vievt's'!a3't8 'tTie 'Wak
the fefirlJes'owVciBa bthe'rfchi 'ftf
free
39 d!."';A-na; tWoli'hofa'maM
of. nervous fears,, I do, avow tat l am
'of
habeos'idtyWtfot trr'S tfaWs rem,6ved
aa w v w m, u vnwujiM. lyti W . (A VLAI bUV
theater of waVAl's'stifflcieht': iolexhite
tne graveei,inquietnaorntB3 mrna of
mizerf. ;1 Apd if thfs rapst'aas
and daccerbuB rneawUfe' le caf-'
ried inW edteduti0tj-,:n'6 living'mad earn
a n ai c 1 1 v",u to ife :Bucte feded 'hV ; an " a'p
palliiigr'atBp'olism.", WhS Will' bi tipj
or whd'ddwr' "wh'di iMvlng,'''br'iw'Ho
dod, no'tilahtih'tell;' :iIt is to blind
oar8eIves,:V6'Bujipose that tTieiritere,
but suppressed fueling which exists, is
confineu to party lenders.. Iiisolemri
truth, they but dimly refliict the pent
up passioiiB of tho people, and already
the-ruiubiiog of the; volcaun can bo
hoard beneath thesurfacoi ' '
It ia time-, then, t'uf us. to ponder
and reflect before it is too late, 'The
out-spoken voice of the at the ballot
6oi 'may vet convince! the President.
thalriio'haB been wrongly advised, '
Ut these ray humble; but sincere
and .ear'nest iviews 'are published,1 1
respetfully request that tho entire let'
ter may be given, so that 'there maj1
be no misapprehension. ' 1 " ' 1
When 1 rcacb Ohio,' 1 Will be ready
to meet my fellow-citizens ' at such
places as may bo desired. ;-
With earnest prayers forourcoun.
try, 1 remain : yery'respectfally yorfir
fellow-citizen,::i ;" iv
aiarmou dv ino.unwarrantea asaurap
tion of pbvvers1 U! the 'Pre8id(lht-.u:Th
ccneroh 'su.bifo-tohbf " tlrb'-writ-"
loretelf thd Consequences Avhich mar
ensue.yl('FoT iriy'(own'pdrt,'I can oiily
jv
.'
liTnebni-lD'emocimfclfifrjartv
'
September 23, 1863. GEORGE W. MORGAN.
September 23, 1863. GEORGE W. MORGAN. JUDGE HEWITT'S
LETTER.
McARTAUR, Oct. 8th, 1863.
'to
igriy. thftDeitiocMtic party should
'MlprMiJh&UtgtfJx
with earoeitira aod ze.l
f6fjbe adoptwrf hbillmAshres" ol
O-f the! c'oulraWj lUMivel
opmenta'aVdMbenence of IvMydiv
To Mt '; DaMqbRAtitf." ' of
Swam Iowhship I have' received
your invitation' toaltenc '"yofrr.meef-.
iug a'ndfiddress-:-ycra at' AlbiuV
Soliool UdQee" thi8'eyenin-JJo':hWg
wonld..BfforS iae' more pleasure than
to m)6t with and . address my fellow
citizensrand particularly my Demo
cratio friea )lynalfl under
lasting obligations, were circumstan
ces saOiKtbat 1 coald with Hroorietv
do 'So. Feann?': however that mv
r;o9iiuu unucaiiy iuBjr not oe unacr-
ttnM. kM' Itirtif TrXnri Kd riieyoWtfo'irt(
te'dM.deera niy du)y4-paracularly
iri .(pis onr . day of national peril, and
when 1 our libertiea Ure ,n: eminent
dacgero define, my' jjoitidia apd at
once put an. end to allspeculation and
niiAfipa-in folatiAn".'t'i ivnt 1 nlDAl
um.'.v . w ivihiivu mv uir (.'VJllbllCIl
f l .il .-.. It -l.-'ii ii.'it;r iTi
noet'seen any 'reasoq. why l should
dB-flrt:t-'Detoocrati5 p'rf'br'fie'asa
to' a'dTWfttt tlia TiootiioV'. and nrinoi-
fpTefifof tbnif f party; WitU whp'n) ave
huiuu huu vuiou jor more man twonty
'xww. . "KTfc: lLi. - i , .i. .
wi jrwAfc jM J j. -J ' P 11 J
oulf tend to confirm rdt trrycotip.eivBd
opinion that the rights aud'libeitiea
of - the old-4ke-.onorcd
iyrHipcopfe)',and he' foVerpmeni
;itself,-krdf eecTtiJerfi6iiiy iti the bkridi if
. . ! a . ...
tself 'irA Venire M v
IK. .
fho Demncrntin i.pwii Ti.n'1,i;ffAi
kitvo nrToB time.?
A - . . ...
Jofmavion of .the KOvwnroffntj'Ik led
to administer the oovernmont In
hap'pioei. of tlieVoDTei' atid'nartlcn.
. riy nas m cesn aoroonatrated Since
(h.e ioendency to power 6? thb aboti-
lipn ;and.,soctiQnaL .narty. IwhiO now
licVainh absolute control and 1nmLninn
H .jji.n. I i wd nu,;ur.r j-j-rr.-
Aver in is once nappy and prosperous.
now distracrod country1: "'8 "u3 '
,i tThe freedora'of speech, and of the
press, the tight of trial by a jury, and
jho, .benefits of the , writ.-K). .ha ids
corpui, hitherto regarded as leoar;
apteea'Of our Coit'6titu.tiun.:"and ,whioli
iivfi berin the pride' find boast oi' our
citizensVare-1 no longer sacred' no
Jongen!. regarded by our political op
lonpnts fts . guarantees olitlierConsti
uiidn, or ol any bind ing;fpr,cq .upon
Wiotn wnorein our people bare, dared
to criticise their conduct, or have at
jomptei to ppose theit grffnd Bchehie
et Emancipation..); J .m: awace that
we .are in tliq. rpidat -M a! rebellion
1 '"jJ- e !jui. i . .i , .i
uwro wviujHO'vt' pernaps tnan: tna
world ever aw.j., And wlijieI am
fully. 6'ati6(ed, tha,t, theiieader3 n i the
Aoplitpn .party, ) ratiy of : whom are
now in power, -hayo btithelr mdidlo.;
some interference with the institutioa
oi Biyverj, ,y yjei,rlli8rgg3raii. tuo
tfie' constitutional rights, of tboelave
hpldjngSitatos Uy, thqir avocacy.of
the hiiber law und irrftnl-rtcaihln Vnrt i
rflict'dQctripea, alianatod- the aflectioua
of . tiiq spuiuerqv people. Anq Contnon?
ted to,"iaugurioe(.ithi rebellioD.3;, I
hive no Bmpatbywlthtlifi-.rebeli! iq
ajuiw agaiijakour government..' 1 1 da
rAyt:ge,.tfiat,.they ;hd uEfidient
caus6 tqrebolLhor ,tlie right psacebjy.
to Qceao. tua ivuoia it io.eiitlio
duty' of e've'ry ciliizen, no, matter-what
may uay uqeij,.ur ,wuat may,no.06i;
hfs, political ;p'referonces;or iOp;aiori8,
td aid t' fie" legal ly' const i tn tod. anili Ofi
tied In . suppressing tlio, rbelliop hnd
restoring the Union upon the priticin
jl0B .of .the j Constitution-. tjlLhava
appealed,, to the )patritii81in .cfr ,my.
fellow-citizens and, to tliii'ir sense of
duty in this cris'iB, and, urged them, to
perhaps, been iudueutiaVip ..causing
many of thjjtri jto peril , t'-ieit ., lj.yes in
del'ensaof tlieir country. i( In doing so,
I aotod honestly and in good faith. . I
Hpne'aled to tiiem to orotect. Dreaerva
auu ueiwiiu uio vjoiiatiiation witn ail
its'
guarantees- ai 'framod , by 'ourl
Fothers ; to aid in tho onforcauieqt of
the laws,' and u the preservation of
the Union of states cemente'l by the
blodd of our revolutionary, oires, , I
did not nrgo .them to lay dvwn their
livqs tuat ,tue negrOj might thereby
become fruo, that tfie, Couititption of
the .United States,1 or. ot any Southorn
Stato, might be so changed or amen
'do'dVas. to conlorra to.vtho .Chicaeo
pliuorin,' or,' to., suit;. the .whim's . of
irfnatical aboiitipniats nor iu order
that thatth6 freedom ..of'speech1 and
of tliS 'riresa mieht bo flbridiri-d, ii ir
Jjbj writ of hdbeai corpus suspended
put ior iue more nouie ana glorious
purpose of Bocaringand' perpetuating
mo iiucriijjs oi wnite men. ! wnetuer
the , "war i has; upon onr -pa. been
prosecuted for he purpose of'rhaih1
tainrn' the Oonstittitidrl aa'il iw,'ttild
restoring tho" UiiiOti 'aa it was ;
whether in accordance"-with the rort
repeated and solemn declarations of
tbo President in the. commencement
ot our . national ' difficulties; xr dn ,ac
corcianw witu the t8qlut,itna)f yon-.
will, BobnfeortlaterL'ttDfbld 'that mat
ter f the proclamations, orders," and
edicts pt,,;iio rreaiqont, together vrith
the " several, (,apta of , Congress; s
too piainiy pon mac point tp bo m;s
understood : afttl ' when Talfcn loffutlier
and in cbnn6cti0n ' -'witn fhe spoefiliea'
oi sncu men aaenjaminiil'V YVade,
Jolin cougliandiali.ptheig of . tbe
Abolition,,, Jo,ader8 iraust ;.convinca
ovcry caiidid man. of .tbo .purpose for
which tho war 19 fyo proeecufed.'aiid
that'asV&lim 'of fraud and deception',
unparalleled in tho annals of war, bos
beeri prasiiqedj; upon 'ode thrae aadi
unBuspecting, 8.9.1,djer8 or 'al .least th at
portion of them who are opposed .to
tha"' iT?rri.nlmnftf!fn 'nnlipw "And'
Lnotwithsfahding airttii;"! from" "tni
commeocemeni- nave oeen1 ana 'still
am in.fayor.of a vigbi'ousiprosecurioa
pi tne war.--: i amaud ever have seen
fin favor of conquering the rebels and
compelling 'thorn to lay down, jhear
arms and submit to the Contftltution
gross, Rnowu as the. Crittenden Re80(f
lution8, I shall not "now" attpmpt "to
show. The'-reidrda of the' tJouritrv
1
I ani
hiatrd
aws of the "United Status. I
proposal to-tuoni tny terma of com-1
promise -wbik.they ara in arms and
pen rebe!l;otr."J aitv however, Id
bo oUya. branch ft all. Cmes nccoru-
, , . . . uiui ui
HUDy wa. awora. . .
, tliesa Tiowi in ifolation to tka
prosefchtlpn pf tU wA te'rms of com;
prdmise,.. &.,..! . iiOlr with Mr. Vat
landighan)1 and1 sttm of'hiy Demo-
CiailC IlienUo. and thcrerora. rnnnn.
. " - -
and the duty of ev'ory citizen, I do not
iutond to endorse tho' administration
of Mr. Lincolntior directly or iudi-
rectJy to give any aid or comfort to
the, AboTHioq': forty, or to be under
stood 1fiat I en'ri enppbrt Mr. Brongh
ill preference, tolMr.v Vallandigham.
I;simply fool that it is my duty as a.
loyal citizen, to support the govern
ment and to submit to tho powers that
bo, ndtwithBtanding I may and do
cor.detn, the measures of policy adop
ted by the authorities to accomplish
the proposed object ' And while I am
vj-jowu iu mo jh'ol-cuijuu or UI3 war
for the purpose of abolishinc elaverv.
Or.! for the purpose of changing the
domcBtio institutions of anv one nf
ttbe Sonthernf States or iri the spirit
w. t J ?. ,. ' .
vi iniuigu, i ueem auunsaio jor tlio
Ueinoftratao party occupy a position
opposed fo fruttiug down this robollion
bi the force of arms', t want to nue
aiHitited North, 'pd tho war vigor
oysly'prdsocnred1 hntil tfee rebels shall
bo Compelled to lav down their arm.
ackndwledgo their sins,-and offer to
return to theTrJallegdlJ'C(.', 'Then' if
fllciiLtacohi hnd hifluabolition' ailvis-
?rs.impo80 npou the southern' peoplo
uBrwBmiablqtwru8--make the loli
iipiipf elavory a condition upon which
they .Will bei flowed; to rctarn or '
attcuupt to" 'Cftriliidate theii1 property
bejond tliat oftthoTr leaders in rebel
lionI .sllalr bw-'fiinilVoaly 'hnd wiN
liilg.toiOl)roa9';AH such ilncohglitu-1
aim lunurnone measures. : until
thpn I sliaJlattom)t to: aid,: -rather
thaniretiird the goverumerjf; in proso
cuting tho war. rI Bhall. at tlie sama
time, coutintio fo exercise all niy in-'
flnenco peaceably' and through the
quiH( medium' of tho bill lot-box. hi
di3placq i'rpo power every n(au who
is or.mny bo in favur cf prosecuting
this.wr for the purpose, ol liberating
the slaves who in the commence-
mput.of our national diffioultioa op
posed i on lrohorablo compromiso: or
who U'Or may be tho least tinolured
wih abolitiouism and placointh
air
6taai, honest and capable DiimoeraU
wuo iiaveBuowQ themselves loyal to
tlie government, who love the old
Union, and who will inspect and obov
the Oonslitution'of tho United States'.
And. I say to my Democratic friends,
dp no be deceived by the mere cry of
UU10I1. incil Ilia antllinrr if Vnnr nn . .
tioaj enomiea, ,mauyol whom are and
ever have Ivooq disunionista at heart.
-' 'J -1: t 1 . 1 . t ' 7 "
anu uo longer ruin tureo. yoara ag,
derided you 1 and'!, 'becaaso wo were
earnest m-'our appeals to the peoplo
to ..vote ..against tna sectional party
then,; claimmg v.tlioir' 6u2eragoaud
thereby sayo. the Vnion.t. ,
'' 1 am with sontimenta of regard and
esteem' yoiir'hulnblo' servant, ' 1
cprwuy support Sir. .VailaDdigham
toroveriior. 'And1 wli fie I btcM i
this positron $n 'relation1 tPt'i,'.! V,
J . 1 1
B. P. HEWITT.
;! 0C7',,.'l.f y,o,u aro bo fierce for. war,
why don't you take'yOiir guu,' arid go
t0...wai??i-tT--:-.l " : '
httQ, ipay my money! " ' !
I ."Tpu rpay yoitt taxesi" '-. ; . .-. .
.'! IeBl.
' '"So do I, and have beon to . tho
war1 boaidoB.' Put is your money to '
be considered ali a'-jrist equivalent for
a man' lifo-:n f,i' l,v ln ., . i
wm w hiu) v. .v. tug 1 U03 KJi UL1D Jf. '
both ofihjs jegs,-:oran arm! If you
prefer war to peace go in shoulder
your, gun, and tako a position in, tho
front ranks. Your services are wan-,
twd.-:.Esrtraplo is bettor tlian preco
bn. this subject; Practice what you
breach. -i3v. holHi
mannex-yQu do. you discourao . oth-.
ers from going.".. , , . .
Lincoln says.r, yallandig.-,.
nam' was banisjio'd, 'hot because" ne'
pad aonfj-anjhirjg to merit sticti pitif. '.
BQmt.hieg.3i'iDi uil !;.:'. n A .-i.-o:.
5;r.Jiip AOoution speakers say ha- is a
?onticted traitor," .Who
aro
tLo
9y.l . 1 . 141 II i ISli -A 1I A j' IU i'.
I IT. '
TM tir.at.t;iHoeB liefiacbrwtor Seicr et
IngreaaiQnts plmfdr rageabijeif lanant loth
taste ( ral no bad ouor,.auij Tiny b carried ia
the Ve-Upjicltjt te'thodtftatof deU6c.'au. .prW
tl a"lpx wnt prtit paid to any address iy
I f, vKRO.H fcH. 403 ClienuM St, Vbih!'
Cicuiarsont frao. Sopt. 17-63-6 a; o.

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