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NO KOIITII. NO SOLTII. DNDFR THE CONSTITUTION. BUT A SACKED MAINTENANCE OF THiT INSTRUMENT AND THE UNION.
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VOL. 12.
M'AllTIIUll, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, AP1UL, I I, 1864.
NO. 85
r
I)t JfltJrtbar-Jfinuiiiit.
. rui-iaiian prv T!ii rb,.;y v.i
' E. A. AW. K. B it ATT 0 N.
i) V V I C K :
1m nrtUtoa' ll'iilumr". l'-ut 1' fouri
llouvi. I' it SfNir.
Thlk.n.i wi.i he at-nt ur. year f. r On
l.AUr-;afc. Fif:y .-erta, Ri Mentha, iWr n.'vu-
Vy-f.v. Vnu; K. ur M-nthi-, T Fifty e'tnt..
(hp AM itxtr wilt ho u "Vui'.tuu"l at th
.iliiratloa of lha lima p.id f-r. ' .
TKRIW I'OK ADVhtUISINU.
-n Square onMniiartion, ' LW
r.iKl. u.l.liliuui iiif.i lion,
i'tri one yjar,
Noiiuu of niKiiulii.cn'. ot u.inistr
era, ffuurdia. and Kxuenlom.
Attachment iwtiuot In: lure J . I'.
- Kiitwial iivlic l'r lino,
1TV -4 liaai. l.l.llluy Vliaigv'1 uihj r'iMu,
mi ull A lvmio muni and 1.0iil NotietsB mul
u pal"! iu aJvaiKr..
. l-T-llll I l.l....i!.,!HI
a'w i iiia i i uQuiiwbivu n iiiijviiiw ('jam
uJvoniri.
Uif I'l.n 4liovotrm4 must lm complied wi'li
lf Ail payiuouli must ho imiJu tu Hie Pro.
j-rnir. a we bave nu .ienU.
ai
'
....
W r (ircparoJ to execiHa illi ii.ihimkh.
INpat'-li if' I .1' uriivy. tint ilu'y aunijiuli liuu,
kllkimU ufJvb vVi.rk,o :b as
DOOKS,
PAMPHLETS,
HANI) lil 1.1.8.
J nil!t(cr:)l lis U (Mfi
a.aaawa ilf aa. . .
j
i
l!OUr IM.I.S,
PUSTEliS,
I. ILL HEAl S.
PKOGKAM ilES
PLANES of all KINDS.
tilillM'LNd UM.LS.
L AM ELS, &u.,&o.
fJi v hi a trial il hiu'fiiivlm'i'il tlmt neenn
n will ilo riu;iiiK vliuiipur far t'Hii. tlmn hiij
l hor iMlhlili!iu'ii I i ii lliiitHortlnn f om n t r.
HOTELS.
BY
i : u Am ii uinm 'i-r...d
UIMIlb.gU II WUIIflyi
Till H'"iie Iroir.n on ihe Sifnin It-m t !
f ...... I ... .... ii. . pu.im...i n v..!
ini.i will bejiHre.l lor lite aetM'.iimUiion !
Sept
. ISfiS.-br.
CLINTON IICUSE.
SCOTT & POLLARD.
PRCPHIET0S9. '
vnNMrm t i.r m i k';.k iix't. vnni.iNo. va 1
J,.s,i.iyr t hiiii.-oti,.' ,
c
IL A II rail on,
A TTORXKV AT h.W, McArtlmr, O, will
pfli'l i-'a in Vlr.l.h an I H'l 'aili'Hi niniti
a VliiX u".V i"L m ii Lit ' Miu.i " iiViS
n r s . o. (inniLs
S. K. torn'r rf M:i-k't iiml Mill S(r.jei
M.-.fltTllUR Oilil).
' WoiiM snnuiiii.ii' to li'T IVihii U unit iln: !
...Oil!.. 1I. .1 -1... 1,.. j ........ ..1 1,... i
' ' i
NKW Sfr.INt; &S1J.MMKII STiW.IC
ot B.uiHPiB. Hats, liiboto, nnwrr-Rii.l!
itliC'' trimii.jr,, nl rvcrv vri-'i uml ni till-
liu-.-t a j-lfal'or lS'i-1. Cull Hint examine
hor n!irk.
R.'jiiiriug ilmie to oiilfr at tlif shortest
imiiie.
A m il ? h 1 8il l-3uio.
. .
;
I iVvii v 1 Vr "
OTI' 11 if i I I , O !
Ol VjA M M 1 J j Lb, I
fIVIK Allenaxillii Steam tt-.-urii.-tr uiilU.l.no nn j
1 iirv ,ti a lln rmi-li ro1.ftir.i.n lth ,r...ri.) ,
wisba-. to iiir.irin tin) (.uhliu tlial tiny am . 1
V pra(.,ii-oil iimIo all i"iitiini work W lliutuliic
if:i-tiou iifili-lr.u-toiii"r.
..NEW M -VCII INKS hnroheen Hildg. to llio
imUauu.l..ar friona.-. will flint m .m1 ...rli ai d
gwj.l Urn ont-.-anat nuy nihrr niitl, gin u a I
aaiiiiini tf-l thtf truth nf wln.t we v.
n?. 13:!, -M-Mo. HUSTON KICK.
MARIETTA AND CINCINNATI
RAILROAD.
BMC kf.ur
- w" if rat t sa
ON Hit aficr Mi-nilay, Jiniiniy ll f64. nud
nu "ill further notioA, truiiia'aillruu aa fol
low: .
10
MAHfiniNO KAST,
lav.a Ciiioiuim'.i ui S:80 A. M.: Leav BIhh
htar l 0:'J7 A, M.; luavim (ircmfiBld at
I2.lt l'. M.: arrivon at Chilt'K-ntiio at l:l5 I'.M
l.iviChillivahe it l 35 I'. M.; tcavci llnru
ln Ji.ucimi tS:5jP. M.j loavoi Atlicnuat
1.81 I'. M.; Arrive ut Marietta at 6:55 1'. M.;
uriivM atiJulpre 4 l'.rker.-b'.irg at 7. 10 V. M.
MAtLUOl.NO WEST.
T.ra-rsa B'io ., at 7:80 A. M.J leavfa Mar
idtta at 7:4S A.M.: lauvoa A tliena nt 10:0S A.
K ; laos linltiilrn 'unotion atll SOA.M.
rrivifHst Oh'oliodtba at 12 &5 P.M.J lv.
liilliiotb it 1:15 P. M.: litRvea I'lancncater at
M I'. M.; leaven I.Kvelan.l at 4 60 1'. 11.; r
riVfeit Ciiit jnnaili at 5:53 P.M.
The Accimmoiliition Traill Iravt. Cbillioothe
at i.'JO A. M.; arrive at Uim inuatti it 10:-j5 A.
M.;ivei Coni-innati at 8:80 i'. M : arrlvonal
CkiJieukba at 9:50 P.M.
Cni.eoti..u ro mail at Ixivelarnl wl'h
Triau- tn auri from CoIuiqUs; and at ilaiiiilco
JuDctiun with traini to and from PortKinontii
JOUN DUKAKD, Sup't.
January 11, ISSl-lj
of
"1
TISH VV11 AN(i.
DCbrtnt Cbinene Itemedyfor Secret.
' ' Dlsense.
O.Jin BOX WILL PEliFOlisi A CURE.
--.'.T!i,wufc,jr'r Mw; ii9Mtoth
a.t. , b,a uo bad odor, d may ba carried in
the n.lpNk.1 withoatf..rof dalectlo" prie.
1 bo. nt poat paid to an addraaa i,t
J.I. KftOMfelt. 403 CheatBDt
Circular ianl frea. . , g,pt, n-j-jm(,
tais rases of tmrrERvoijiiW
12AI I IIIANRY AND SEXUAL
SYSrEJlS new and reliable treatment In
lteporuof th. HOWAKD 1 ASSOCIATION-,
(out by mail in Malad letter envelope!, free at
finance. Addreae, Ur. J. SKILL! iS U0DH-
TO.N.Hew.rd Atxiation, Ko 3 South Ninth
Street, Philadelphia. P ii -Max.-li,Sth
Je3.-lyr. '
.
i.
The Administration Responsible
for the Mobs!
A SPEECH
FOR THE
LIBERTY OF THE PRESS
DELIVERED BY
HON ARCHIBALD MAYO,
OF BUTLER COUNTY,
In the House of Representatives,
March 18th, 1864.
"The blood of the martyrs is the end of the Church.
; i .
) ' SI'"1'
1 - Stavthk Ik.',.i,,
'' i-lAMOfi lifclllg
KtlOII,
M I'
Iliu rt'soluticiti ot Mr. Dbkski., of"!
Pninklin Vt.ui.rj. (viwlnnni V the late I
moMiihtfol I)enti'n..t:c uyWM ,
. " iJMtOlll
i '(.llllifl lil.c I eWKIia-lurfl .
timtu H.uvlor oil ' I v
u.ihu rnuuor olk-re l.y
mwer MfMd, r- i
Mr. M avo niBo and said :
SI hAKEK: Morn than
tliuuter e
- . i
srdniiiti..iiBiV
'
n
"
1 etintiii-y Man. in th.i . (J,.r.
N-.- ... '... ....., 1,11 tl j
tudo nut tho nir. a, !
:ied to iu pedertal
. of which crotraiher-i'1!'
from everv ynr city :
town ot Meu'z. the
i reni inuniiii-ie r ut tho nir
u s;i.tui! wits lilu
iu'iuiiuI the batio i
led dehMiiooH from everv UnHt ritV :
:in Em. pe.-Was this the sedptured ,'
H'liioiiincc o ii wairmr. a s a udinun :
.... ' i
h -hi h 'Sophcr, a pout, or nn oialor f !
None ol the.-e; hut an humi.io arti- j
zui, uho Luil (.'..no more for his race!
tiumwar, or phiiiMnphv, r tttutu. ;
. . . a a I . . I
jerait, -.iportry, nr tl qtu-neo could
levir tin-tin; in .cut- r of i.riii'injj.
He diaitivuivd the fuleriiin for wh.eli !
Archimedes sighed, and with it Free-j
dom has m.-vei! the w.-rU. He inau ;
t .
UlirHlftl ll nnw mm. uhi.li nturtli..! i
---- - . U'MI MV'l
iriesis mid -joii-iitati-a Tl,. v h.,1'
been diiven to their wir on Is l' suo-:
n... dvti.t or .his
nu ' territied tlmn. "Fiidit tl
prtss sulifio.m himI impious books ho i
."blaeb;
1(.(UlvilK-atho,ie
.
f'r"111 l,,e eai li. Ht time
wiih lliv," had been' maxim ticUd ,
The u-nrks
..I Protagoras in Greece of thu as-!
tinier
Jen! tiitu's he. ii chibiiiicI to the (inn
ic. And when (.hristiiniiiy siueal,
the elin-v retaliated. The Council of
V ,i. .,. .:i ,.t t.' I. ... 1.1
i'NlLV. e t.oiii.eil of Ei'laeusund lho
ouncil ol Uialeedoti, hI busied
t
tiolo.-eis iu lioine Jewish writing 1
and (J.'.riBlian writiiij-H. had at dilL v
tin niHil ves about the hurninj; of here
h:
disci.
oils
an
!c
was the tl-, vil in tlnn now bhapr
me a ii ii . ry o! ilisp .-tiui a ikw
on was loi'.jil ; and eoiisoinl
...
ill works. I'oor Uftllileo uitei wnrd!
vuvd that it w.ia ti verv .liu r I
Xi-eriment to toll the IWI. 1
. .
VI imm alic did not know, lint t" I -
.. i . i ... i : i .... . i
i no i iiu ii ii i n ii"j ii hi k i 1 1 i in . i i.r.. i
ineits bi cniiie thu ect.iblisli..il i.,..n,,l I
.1 1 .1 . .
n:-'mi; mi! Iiuilliill llitel'Oll Wlllllll!
the boundaries invsct ibi d bv Mutloir .
. ...
,
ap.'. In!
' j
;W weiip-
,
up ol the
I ..... . 1 .... 1 1 )
it 1
laoiisinmnt ol a censor
itouiieil of Ltterans. held ut Uime
!l"dcrwl that in future no books shoiiid
,ri,,tul lUt ",,d' "S M
"l''1 h.v i'cclcthwiieul censors. In
tliC lieXt Celltlll) Jjoverntilclit COIiSolJ
Were U oillti'd ill France lllld IviL'
r 1 1 ... ,, .... , .
l,M"- IL ' -"IIO'll H " ICOIHjcIuk
a kt" Ur J)i fenn'to Put 'opilL) Ami
..,.',.....,. ,. I , i, 1 V 11
'o ol deled to bo oimied by
the Collllllotl haulllMII. Until tiltel
.1... ,1,, 1 ... ,,,,..,. ..11
'-olUlUill ot lbiS no paper COll.d
v-Miout n warrant fiom
............ ..u . ..
,,ul .
.... 1 .. .... , . j
lie. In t in lilt... 1. '1. ..,,.,,.,
. . . T , ., , l"" "v ",v
arelibiflidp ot AUt.'z -the c ty where
. i.ii-.i 1 , , 11
prihlio- had bir.li decreed the es-
.-vw.w
ati'i Mi".
that would not burn was chainod. in
Gn many lho pi ess wan, perhaps,
uio?t enslaved And tho Enlibh
poor, Campbell, in his utiriti ' Ode
. 1 . . i 11 ...
iuu uuiiuaiis, aourebSeii Uiein 111
this earnest lacgiiae:
' Tim irCKi'ii trnpi.-. liiltors,
Tim' lileuiiir yohruuiflit Ic-rih,
Ik'huld ! ll 'H i. ill lOUulU
On 1 be "il rhich garc it birtli ;
HnMtm tr'ilnpct iinmt liu l.uurd.
Ami iliu vhar.i-r luusl he fpiiri'd ;
for jour faibnr Ariniu'a .-.j.rite
Cnlla do a fit" 1 n Hmjvou tl.al yo
Sn..ll jei rl you f".r the tiht,
And lie free !- end be free .'"
Everywhere tho press was an olijo:t
distrust in limes which rtcoturod
tho divine ritrjit of Ijins to rule, and
tho duty of the people to render un
questioning tibeuienco. Tyrants view
ed it with the same feeling which an
irmitcd Napolemi, when hu declared :
fear three newspapers more than a
hundred thousand bayonets. In Eng
laud our ancestors fought despotism
inch by inch; placed Freedom behind
new bulwarks ; intrenched her within
Magna Charla, Petition of.Iiighia,
and Bill of Rights ; and in that long
stmjrgle tho people and the press to
gothor broke, oue by ono. the chains
that bound them. Then civilization
extended itself; science, art, litera
ture, received a new impetus ; intel
ligence became geueral; and national
freedom,; greatness and prosperity fol
lowed. While, fhe . nations ' around
wore lvictr iu Jarkuess, tho new dawu
had .spread rover tin sky bt Great
M:...: ; i i 1 ..
in
of
in
ii'-ii
w
i n
"
ii...
i..
ui..t
i
i
the
at
if
or
theiu
cite
tury
8kT Ot UniAl -ruUa.rt
-, . ; i . . : . .
Uritaiti and bathed her, chalky cliffs u-
i , ' ,,
with a ruJmnco ttmt never y.t Imd
litllen on sen or .li..n. -
otranw ua it niuv u)iionr. t!io 1ol-
, , i",
u ii u :iii u ot aiuimi an.j;tlio
yromwj.i, who k' to tl.u .NowWorldMiml
.or civil nn. rtsliiou. l.buty, irac-J
licedlowMilBtit ieril buhju icft-rrfv
u. n iin.ll UICJ ll.iu IIKIIlSeiVC-
.la
lull
C'in-Uliu
uad. CJlaini ii'' that tho ai'tll flU-'illlll
. .
uil to th dumU. unil I i t ii-tfl.
wee the :i.niB tl.i-y, in thir turn -
pn-Heciite'l the UuukurB. eiiopvt'itkid
dUc,,s,i..n and tiauni.Hod ,.,(
I'.'f8' u""l'-'d Uie P.aptibta and
,w,7 W01,"" US "," Hn.l ull l..r ;
' , y ' 'i . t,'1 1' 1 1
un.UI W III- i llii'V .uit...t H.. r
I I- l t ...
InT .1 ' .". .? Td tiu-Wpli
oar claims could not thus hn mono
I'olizM-olher culumes enlarired upon
. . . . . . . , . i
I . s .c" 1110 ly'i'iobt j
tlem, or mtliir Kave to them their',
k'ifJ! lltiiifo HIM) li!i.t.m r utid ic'-icii
n 11 "'
. . .
i'Tl "'" chio uie i iiriiuus, tru,!jH,u
... . . 1
! (,di "J"''" '' " lr.u.lHt libeityjther
Uv -Nuw "-,l)l"d V Rroissod it-'
Mlku u ".''"" ,na" H,'u'r 11 ,!'l-
MH 8(H,U,,,' pruduetimis ol Jo.'m
'V, ";HVnV .,r t,,:,,m uJ.0,,',!iuia.
A,ll.",m '',ku "l0 Ali: ,, tl,ro,'K,
'"-. "k.-i un.ii-iu ,
, w.' 'k -Rl f'"'t 1 ""'J ditaimilar
J0".1 ' lht, ,ni'r nni'H) In lho
l!?1"!ft. "'""'y 'ii-tiant voicelini
! """"fk llviiry lrwtUM tho sfurt-jHcj.U'loro
I'll Ift I if f I'. I II til " .1 I (I I, ! J f. M .1.. f
-J." lu,". "l8 '
j',""ll,!(: '"'i" t the km ho warned
I,,M1 -euiemher the lutu of CVvar i
ullw,s Massach-isettrjl'fm
M" '."""da with South Chrolinu ;
i i . . i
1,10 Cliiru'n tClll-8 the irjmi!l'Iv
I. . . i
ti'm"thenes re echoed in Inh'tieiid 1
,,aM i a.:!.'1 h!1 coiiBietin'eribes
;i''""t of 1 i" 'tan and iJavuliur,
;j'"run.i Maryi,,,i
and New behind Calv,nUttl
U'crn lliii. ii.t,. ...... I , i
W('ru .,UK'I il,tu l",u 'lioiiiomiooiinji.r
T."" "u ""l "rli4 " '"o u-'vo-ihas
l'"'i,8UI pt'iseeiitioii paled its '
.at " I
'I11'"1118 I""1'""1
r"f ol ft War for breedom beamed
ur mo iiiouirains ot tliu Weit. j
NiulitV fuiiil'i.!..inl.uriK-,li.iit..ii. jmiui 1 .1 y
Staiiila tijh t" i n tiiii iniaty iiioi-iiirim toii."
Amid the fiercest throbbing of pub.
lie opinion, tho jotsti Republic win
b'lru. Ii ickud in the cradle of te m -
..4 I I i .1 a . .
.. ... . .i V , , . ...? 1 1
i : ' .'. . . r' ' 4 """.""
V' T' ""li"t 1 ulCl"ei1 8t,anlu,J !
run .... trv .,...... u ..r ....;..:.
. . "
iron l'iiim'. he lu' iiieHt Ireodom
. ' .
...
ir''Hlia
.... r.
. !'.'.'. 1 f1 l'1"0 ,s l,U ,,r l5ri'11
am uiu c'mut .-10 e o! lie union
1 .. 1, .... . .'.
anil on fhu pi an o the irrai'd edifice 1
. V . .. , h ,
were iiisciil c I its lessouri. J. h-rsmi 1
...,.,,. ,. ,,, ..;,, ,- i , ' ., , I
O t e on tho "Llll Ol U -Ills' Of
bulwark ol li'ji-ny, uii.l can never be ri"-
uuinoiK. u JITIV
-
ir..ini'U iui tiy ili'ioimg.iwriiineiiti."
t... 1 t 1 ,
iMassachnselts rc-itondal in her
,,i,i ,. M ,.,....,;
...VIUIIUIUII J. I I , I Q .
in
'The libirlv of ihe (ircsn is pHv,.ntijl (0
i-r-cu.i 13 ot .'rceduin in a slate.'1
And all the Sums united declared
the Federal compact:
"Comrreis snail make r.o luw ahri.l Fl ntt
.' 1 ' " UK l"-
Lie .mi. ..4 i' I
.Every ileiuent of progress dove-
luiU int.. ..vi.ru ..tl T ... .: ....
. rmti ti
vuntion
auJ thu I
ti..tt ui,i 1. . . i it .
nun tjcuiiiiv IU IIIU lOfMliit' I ill r ! ....
- u
a-..i
. . , 1 VvC F 'e"
every .nher. Ihe in yenhon ,
prepared tho way lor Ihe
ol write., constitutions; (,f
Pvo i'-1
socuiity to tho former. Htit!u,i
......... .II.....:. ... . .
eh'nret T " IT' U
i rinn nri n 1 iT ?"
"".,:r"? ,,',,B "WH'1" a
i:',",,m religious
i:iiuiui:u'iiMiee ouve oni'ii t hoohi. v.. i
i S
i' ... i .. . . -
.u.iou m-ciiie "gain h oigol ;,:..,,
.... aiw.m.r ...I... I.'.l V. r
- .. v i.l.u iuu , u ni;r o it in
' na..
..i .,i ,- ,i
U.untry ptiseo. tiou. the cares o
. !.., t..i... a i i
no V .ri ' 1, . k ir.'ir a i
nd hi ow i'ri X i J i t'T !,iun
rd'",.W 'r,,'ts ft"(1 trample on. (ho
oi oi ieis, essayoa to put il!u
li.oeity in her swaddling,
rijjlit
fullgrowti
clothes again. He attomnted to con.
solidate thu government into one coin
pact body and put "Yankee Notions"
its head. Tho immemorial plea of
"necessity" was revived. The times
were disturbed and full ofdauger.and
"the Government must be supported."
I'lin lu'lll'r.'l! fliinmnca ijjj.I tl...
not
Tho Federal Congiesa passed tho'eveiy
"Sedition Law," which provided for
The punishment of ell persons who
should be convicted f priming, writing, ut.
ring, or publishing any fiilse and malicious
iviiiiinf agaiubt the Government of the
United Siaies, or either Home of Congress,
of the President, with intent to lie feme
or bring them into contempt; u. to ex
the
against iheni the hatred of the people of (
United States; or to stir up (edition
within the United States; or to exeiu the!
coarege or abet hostile deaigne of aiiualion of
ajraiiui the United States." j
A'poople fresh from revolution ta
wore not prepared for "unlimited sub-1
ni.ii- .. . i
mission. - L ablic indignation rose in1 of
like a storm lushed sea, aud Fed-!
twirl. All.. ...1 i '
..a ..ii".ii on', .jvuiiiou
w.,t down hf.,r. it- it ..,;rt.i 'i....;,
'
lcmocri7, will, in "Kentucky nnd
Vir ni lluMon." into ixtwcr; it
Inn l.l V.. !.,..! i i...;t....:
, ' n"),""1" hi iiHinmn moui I
mat of Uovfrnim-iir. into whicli it
Icipcl bo casitrly. hilI in whi.-l.
it had ro enacted tliu rU of the fuUoi) !
Pl,,,,,,, wbo, in Htteiiu to
Chariot 0 thu allll. Mi ll nlirl. ant
W.il-lil u hti.i
" "
'I'l. .!:..:. .:... i r-i.
i.i i i iJiiiuiLt. . niurii inr in uiiin
Imd lieiid in king, was found, jn
' tJiix mn.-li Un.llm.r t I..
,C mudu BpfpuTiw
hunij'umel whidi had bitvo-I only tht'H
pni pno or a cnf e-eww. Tho aovor-'
M' ty of tho fvopio waa wtabliblied
.. i! i . ... .
f I in hnm .. ...I..l.1:.l....t
t n J ....a .oumuonuu .
. ,i."-A.,d it d,
cided llott the cant about -tho Gv-hvitl,
ienmiuii." and -itn ri..l,tM .......I.. I
i-vulutie.u 'tJovernu.ont,
but ihc echo of en.doded deBin.ti.7n
.t r. I n.... :.. i f.i
mm i kii lit. mi uu j.iml' t:it'ii 11 1 iiim 1.1 t
' r r " Vi ,
milrt ditiiiuied i.airiuts of the
III. V..U I V IIIIIUIII, I. UillJ-
it Unit. It lu, ol itself, no
ry, they are alto-ether fti "
Xjuiiihs Jefl'eiSoii, tho sa.-o of Vir
iiua, fuccoeded tho Nestor of Mas-
a!t'j-i,uuu
itself. (
lho Nestor of Ma8-.;v"tafio,
sucliusutu, mid Democracy was naiti i '
iol-,i 0 ho asceiidan . nm, i
day the eotmliy rew and prospered; '
and tor sixty yimnt ran, with utiuiltor-1
step, th race of loty which was'
it. Alas! it w reserved
a. ' f . . ... .'U.
lor our ilay to see "jthe mihiy fallen.''j
(Jy what menus was the coilnlrv, in
ii Jof-.y career, suddenly brought low! i
two reut opposing elements, at '
work iu tho laud.aie well personified i
lu.fJnMriV.,l i
" " v. i t'. i aw lil iiuu I
Iwi r.tltlinif..,i ,.,ar.w.,.,a H... .
-.wa VIMII Hll CI ll IIITT
(iei-mau Dmum Cn-u-.h. ii..., .1...
.MophistupheleH. the FL-mt ot i
Go.-thc's l-uiibt." "M.M.histopl,ofuai
U th 3 llut 0fu r.-,t Hi. . , but of j
kuowlodo. Hero is no cloven foot
i .. .. .. !
,unis and tail.
the maimers ot a trntlcHuui : ho
iiiuw - the world
Mephibtopiiole9
;rntl
the coo'i and
" - " " "' t 'V 0''VI tlllU
jheaiffelt coutenipt wth which ho de-'
.si.iscs all thiu.-s. human iin.1 dleinn !
might niako tho fortune of half n :
.1. z n li'llnu-a Hlmiit f.i.i n ' '
eoiiibiitalion of perfect un b'rstandiu,
with per.ect eel tilinesi of logical I.ifu, ;
nith, in "lit! Death is undoubtedly a!
child of darkness, an emissaiv
rmioval notliinir ; mid coining for-;
ward, mm ho does, like n i.i.r.,.n ,.f
breed it. i Without anv tf.vm-i.f Usm !as
t j v. . ... ,
gtoiu. mav stand Up in iiu 1
: i "i . .
Hoiri ii -n ii.-ior in ri- it ruin.i h..i. ni
r . . ... 1 . 1
idati-'.Tous and cmi emptib e ns thu
.11 1 . . .
best and only l'Oiiiiiiio Djvil of these
. ') n i-M- . .1
Utter times ' Hun modified b r
(P,... ;,,:,;; ... ., , .... .
ke as though it bad ,
lire. The si.irit
tree instiluiioii?, tho Djvil of thu Oid i
Horkl, desj otisui, appiarui in tLu :
It is tho likeness of American Fo.l
erali-tin as life
Alllll.l fill' till. lillMlll-.t 'I'I... o. .I..,. . I : l-PSnl
Ami'iiciin Democracy is wU:i rvpr(, ;
1... .1... l'. .... .
sumi'd uj iiiu raiisi uamcu alter '-'""wi-i
him who is styled the father of print-:
and rcpreseiitini' the samo idea
since lie is described as ''the spirit ot:''kn
liwmnj a'ol avlMro?. 1 no con-,"1
tlu-f H..1..1IKM ciiiiMfa Ja ;....t1-
vi iiiv-w .no .iho 10 tm 'lilt, i r
, ,..1 a..,i ,L 1.....?
I'"" " 'V . " , i-ui8-
I I i .
11 nor' iu nn 11 11 i'i. 11 ifl 1 11 IH..111 ri.nii
VUV,loiUlllll 4V.jrui lilt U l.'IU 1
l'l'-'l' And ll.o Pitn l, .Vephis-
,lL.,i0 ,,v wil buU,,!"!..
llWll)lc HllJreMi (.llIml aisguiscs i
bis true character, and by takiu-'itbo
advantage oftho weaknesses, errors" i
1 .1.. ,.... : 'I
uvv.aaiuiliil UIIIUIUIIU UVIU IVCII-.
,,U Hi.tlro.,it, succeeds at
'"!,t. ' ':'kie? V victim for
time. The career ol Federalism, in
,ho war,.,f0 in8l f I)rincilI,t.
.. '
I II . .-rid lull . ni- li.ia lwm ali-i .- r
auni0ir .H
'"o'r RUIUOgotlS,
When tho Demo-
a . I
.a ....11 111. .. 4.. 1 -. J r ' T F It
..itiwj, iiu lie "iwilll CHy alia r- ",u
i t...: ... ..... ., I ft...-
ri""'1 iwvBU'iiiioiis, overtnrew iris
t'oderalisni, with its Alien and Sodi-ie
,aw6' 1,10 -Me,.l,iaopI.cU.." ol
American Drama re i red from
contoPt. baffled, vet iimliioiant !
vamt:u,, .ike tMlliU. A,,
burled from tho hich-raisod'ou
" I .
when
all
was
battlements of Heaven, that
lost.
" Tho nnonqnerab'e will
And etndy or laveuno, iminorta! hatn
Andctiuragu uevcr tu aubiuit ur yield"
were still left. Allying ita'dl with
passion, prejudice wud intciosf,
adapting itself with facile ease to
every condition of humanity, to every
weakness of the public miud ; taking
advantage, too, of our noblest in
stincts ; and seizing hold, with the
ferocity of a demon, concealed beneath
dazzling veil of reforming zeal of
and
hour
oue
institution, which had beeu CU
the tailed on the southern States, by the
rapacity of New England shippers
,ik? ihr 1,19 bofflrj)i.rit
lRtlk-' domluafiou, worked its
way through, many dovioii9 windings
1,8 ooj1'. "J
,,'Craf,F'n' w,'8rt ,nM 10 Hmb,
Wound Ua loithrome trxik op to tb. top
ihiahup. m-uidetiDK monument
wliure,lhB8bi'"i,1f ""Booi'rw'iow-'
Who il.i. .- t...r,.l UT.:..,
"J """' '..'i.'.v.ii.i buiv CT ll IV Ii
vLv th,,.. h..., .n 7
......-,.'. .v. wvu-. u
us
anua
J
eu
tioal
of
I I ...
inoQis
' i
to ltrlf. UfCH.iao,
lullm'rv. Trull. lirouaJ
'r kriK1tt gan.ient hi tlio vrusonco
f-f PhIbuI.uoJ ; and FulHuhoud ran
qarr lrtitb. ml the votartoi ufrroo-lwns
doui bot-n sodtiotd into the rank,
,awaV Wit ll tlmill to HriiRu lu.ranirthi.i-n
ill. Tltna . L I
.. "ii'vuni nun cum-;
i.;..Jr n . 1 ... .
ua aiiirii ninnii nn.i n. muinii iiurru
Ab.i.itiou!.t., nvxto allowed tt.e
i.niiortnuiti. t. .t. .,.1..:,., r.. t. i
lit I' 'I I Ut UWIH Ul
.lecl, -.Jofpr,.,
champion, ot"
principli-a ot HUi ty ;
!' of Jetr.rn and
'A-i i- .. : . .
Truth was
; as ii: iheMunt
I henelf of )
and clan l I'm tb
tho ilcinoiitiiry
wliilu the follow-
IL-U lit .1-1 ..... I tl... li
- ..i... ,tK I ui uuil,.j.
friend, of our iulitn.ions pelted I them
stones; reilned ihom itH lj
vl'im : and uttm-L-,.1 it...... I,, i
t he .u.stih-H were like the lul.Ul L:
1 . .. 1 ; 1
fin:;' mi n Lt;tiii. nii'ii atiirumr in 1. cm .
"I K "! 1
men, and tho- next time the - wen.',!
I.. . . ' .
"iOwn there stood a huu.lred
'"in to lie mobbed where ( no
before, lho whole auti ndinocriit
stood
Btoud
and though lea.ful of uvow-ihiatorr
the most radical opinion, Kradu- I
any rallied to iu k h h nf t if. m.ra...
element, iu the country. ,w th d-
Clllt,,,i rS'vi"K them all
'i"8ol consistent with 1
1,1 u it went evi only j-ru
;wutinually, until the
.. .1 I ..I..
'
'good policy.1
(jruwinp worse,
liu ftln vnli nti) i ir
o''a, tht land ol Washington, and
'Jelfersou, and Madison, and Tatvick
Henry, an I Mason, and Randolph,
Ualhoun the strongholds ofDein
ccracy becotiiinc alarmed at tho rapid I
CfTlCV' Ili'fMllll I ntt lllfariit.t.l uf tlio M.it-ii.l j
J ... . ..w ..i. hi vm ni iiju I UIMU
fltriiii-a rim iliaitinan.l lAaJ! i
- WVV1UV A Vll f 1 I Ulll IV.
iwlneb innori'i..,! ;(J i.......... I
"Frto Siieech and Pico Press" as well I
its btiuner-
"Prec Ten itory," was mukine.flotl 1
In-n. the contest, and res ted to tl,ellinly
"crcise of the riht, as they claimed i
i ; J . .. . I
another in iu iJ.ip.i
- 1 a
IIcru- r.'uil, i' only chanced
weapons . with tho euemv. 1'iviii it
'another vantage ground. Divide and
COIirnier' had lun Imi.n tl... ..r
l'lu Ab'ilitionihts. Said Garrison,
"T'lio L'liiou is u lie I am lor its
nvorthrow." Wendull Phillins bo
of'Hstd that ho had labored sevontuen
Years to take sixteen States
Union. And t hePederal iMrtt
it atreCed tbu o.iM.rir,,,-
r
tuktii l ie tninu! oi iu m,i.;..i,r
l ..... i i ... ..... . :
mli v nun pi v in im r i . uiinr.
. 1 .1
'"Wed t'
t 1
a"d wh
1 .1
fed tliu
.v.v.ov v. .i.u . iin, no uiujr CI.IIIIICO, I
of every ieoplo t-o alter or abolish
their lorin of goveruiuent nud set upt
..1 .. . 1 I
of
DI.Y-Jlll.UVI,
out of their'
r, which,
Imd also
ivcr K"
1. ..1.. 1..1
j - .---.M.V.IS....I, ivi
'A tbeio men as far as wa politic, ,
wheie tils air was popular, whin -1
.1 '. I...' I HO
-
I nt the same placo, it wasl
ol.'csolvcd "iliat tho necessity fur dis- n"
tlie same tune. In Worcester.
Maooachnseits, ii 1S51, it was re-
tJvci that "ihe one great issue he
New. ifoic the country is tho dissolution ol
'he Union."
Vftll 'llllOll 111 nUPllUJlht f. .a ilia
union is written iu the whole existiuir"!0.-
..i..... 1 . .- . .
" voiiuiiioii 01 iuu two
uciions of tho countiy."
Even in fioi lions of our own Stato.
sentiments were expressed, and
there wm circulated a docti
IIUMil ll I'Ml.v f,f uil.w.li ! I.. .1, 1 i
i " vv 'J v ""'vit- t. HOIH III III)
,.,h, 11;,,,,,. v..t;. 1 n
-."ri .."v.v-u.,, wi.iiiuiuh
- . ' .
iiiiiv 1 iMiri'NiMii niir uri. nnniiru tit
' . I IjVHIHT, tn a
of
''Hiid, calling a National Convention "
consider the practicability and
"Pcdiency of a separation Uaween,',
free un.l slave States," signed,
hh others, by one Joseph Schcll. I
now r.',,.-nttl.,.r tu.L- .., .. i""'1
- "n v. .. I. IWIIIIIT, 11.1 '
member, forsooth, of this L,v
isiiiturn. But this action, on the part
the South, changed tho aspect of
..flairs.andtho Abolitionists and tho!
i ... i.
uiiuru a
will
he
becamo tho advocates of ,
Union, as they had heretofore Income!,
-v..,
1. I
11 llAl.l.i.l.l. ..I la,... .. - I- 1
ulu'-' new epeecil rttl'J a
a .. 1 ' .. i. ....
" ri'eat uouy oi
Union sentiment of the country,
represented largely by men who had
tolerated and even encourawd the
niobbii.i.' ofAbolitio.iiHts.bccausa thev
were disunionists. was now enliatHd
tho same side. Thus the wilv
. .1 la i .. . . ' .i
A
fact
Federal Mcphistophclee. by cuiiuin'y
artifice, aided by the departure of hts
adversary from the uurrow path of
ger.mno Democratic principle, suc
ceeded ut last iu iigaiuing' his lost
position, and bringing the rival
'spirit of Inquiry and tndsavor," of
light and kuowlodge of popular riehts
free principles, tor a timo at least,
And
tlie
within Ins power. Hut when this! lucra
caiue the vaunting and ambiti
Fiend, with very joy "o'erleupcd
itself," let fall too soon, I trust, for
. r, . .. . .
e WllIC I l.MaVI-t! hHil l.r.nmhr I..
m.Y ,ha,i. .,,ru".Kht l'J
ttoiiiiiiou as a ioeu tiiat riauce
euce
men.
of
own safety, the silver veil of JJ"
Lbertij with wnioh its hideous Alok-LLemocr?.t:c
visage had been disguised, andi?b8u
armed itself once a -a n witii it own
natural weapons of oppression. Flush-J"
-., . . i ...
wini success, ana anticipating a
triumph, it "lefs slip the dogs
war" and cbimors for conquest aud
subjugHtion ; gags the press ; stifles
discussion ; with - hideous inoekerv
1. " a.L.1 .! 1 . .
up we Key oi in a treucu lias
that
by'
troo, nnl villi it turned thu heV
ofjnpon American IVcuik-i,. making h
Baafile ot the fort that bora til
t'renchmHiiV uauia. Itread. iho
Declaration of Independence, onl
Hiid lor Imt itdenotincos OeorjjeUiO
I., and loarn u lereon in oppression.
Having kiesod Liberty, in the day.
mt are pitar, only thtt it might tho
nioro iaiely betray, nov it drag her
torl! a .
" npm tlie ra-lt
Or.ain, anew w writbu." . , . ,
Tlianlt GihI, wo no lonc'or oj tliia
monster, as in ajlgss, drkly, but faco
, uimy, out laco
l.. I.1( un. .1. , ,..,(
Oencv S v T9'
J M V 1 S ""to pine
.u5,u,u,,u reeiloui of thoui-ht.
I' l. J1 1 Pw-nrt
iu Hi-pub-
"ft"1
1: . . . . i"w"
1I1!HM llHfT V Itcifirw a.a Is . t .
i'"t ' mou8 un u
biueu that preseiiU it
j'f c,!uil,,t' ractcraW. 'llu.
much righted, wtt are roady to re
crahc.tr ova tli ut. -,:.i.
U , r. t fl ; t .1 rU,2nf' Mml
inoinbow '!? now hlT17!03'
...... . . , - . .-' mi-
.V. " o con-,
lihian....,) .....1 I .
l.t-'IIUll Hill: IIH liali..rl a ... I I.-..- .. .
Cui
V
0Ilc
flT
prosper, and its leaders become tha
ICiiSbells, the Hamptona nud tho Sid
neys ot fnture history. Tito hour
cometh when America shall cvr
Uiiadu tho honor ol havins sheltered
vallatUiiliain's exile, even.. wn.
onco onvied JJavouna tho ashes oftha
'HVO Lnnte. W hrilil n l...4
, ... M (i iiilu nil
hud orlrod to W
...
Vimiiu boh.rA l.
. 1 1"
l.tlMIVnl l'l . .1
- . V ." r?rat Herealter " to
J'll t.t at!.Ct",lK,"ly Rppealed,-
tin ZZ ' J 1 ' i . .'cn A.bo,i'
to be SCl rciuc,KtrcJ '
, 10
I rn'l lli.mi A 1. ,.!.'.!. ...
1 . ..
, , '' oiu AboliMoiiiBis, becaaao
V 0 '.htti out their nefarious
SCieniHA tl ml..r ........ .
Ha, and thus attracted to thomselves
that ctithusiaem which" a reat idea
always awakens, though it be- a
frantic M that which swayed thosonP
Inter tho Hermit or prompted tin,
ander...gs ol tho chivalrous g.iixote
lhy, in reality, have no sotiU lot
Biiclt entliuaiastic dovotim. tn n,n 1,1.
,.. r ... ., . .v mi-
,f ,wl'lt0 r bIu.ek" desire,
r" u 1U 0 8CCCl!(J":, i" re-establish.
"r'i;"1 Tmnm Xuw K-.olmJ oli-
"wseu 011 ccntrulixati mt sub.
' uiuiiv- 111 inn iinr..
Ii.rnAu I'll C 3 .....vr
, ,,y , !,e 'owa lho enslavement
0 T. "e ma which went down
Ifrni.l.lt. ... IQili. I. . t ...
' ...l.'r.IW ... ..-it... 1 it 1, . I . I. t
r ii' "viu.o iiiu ijtinjfj 01
rlanknH U, ti.n
mote modern improvements ot pro
tective titriff, national banks, and
ub;.c plunder. Whether l'hil!(.
'r.'i.()ll,l,,-lJ lI'uir co Iliuolors, wero' .
.. '." l.,,01r Vlew8 tho character.
Thomas Jelllrsoii
nnJ ProPcr status of tl
Atucaii rtte.o . el., .1. 1. 1 .t.. ,. .,.
10
r - - vi lilt
Atucaii rtico; should 1 v,u rati k..
nea I. th0 btorm of this war, tho fato
the negro w-ll determine. If thev
were, then will IjiB(ory sjvo thc,J
pro.n.nenco for tl.oir g.ga,ltic intel
lects, wlucn, ,ko lofty mountain sum
mits, wero bathed in tl.
W m tho morning
. ' w!!,lo.t,,u,l,in yet slumber
g ll0HVl1 f1'0 v' below. Bat
u,U.;,"n.rwl! 6toI Jivinif
S;?"' "7 tI.,1U1.' ''''.and despotic edicts,
military tyranta and vnn..i ;......'
yet sink beneath fuo hand of that
gibbelcd in History, tor a warning t-
ages. Tho original Abolitioifists
rnrl w,t" them in this .uat-
, 7 W0I' "CVur ai1 re not
.....n, ey6t(,U wlicU
I r.i-
1V HlrO-
propoaitioi
ld.oubtcd'y
.........
- it doctrine orthodm
:o i"iom uj kuueka."
moet signitieant recognition of this
is the action of th.i r.;,...; :
Volkifnmul, which lays down twr.
una ...... ... I . .
.-..o y, vi I IU'. II IB
tiuo-that Lincoln's
nn-
re-
ulectiou is the establishment of deal
IVm.H .... t il . VO
VVitl. these premises, what is iu conclusion?-
Keiuont lor President!
the Cincinnati Commercial an
proposition, which is part of an
extensive uir.Temeut, includes Val
.andigham for Vice-President, and
intimates thai-slavery being dead-
mfly n.t be any essential differ
at opinion between these two
Now, w hatever may be thoncht '
so rash and hasty an acti.n t
ua lua P' of an influential
newspaper aud however !
tm combination of Valland- '
!S,,sm HUd Fremont may be certain '
" ,a 11 warerj were out of the
quo.tiou, the rrouuina AKnl.t
would stand side by lide with thu '
Democracy in defbnee of the whjto ''
freedom and iu opposite tu
Feueral despotiem. which over- '
shadows us. i .
Listeu to the sentiments exprVb.i '
Fremont at St. Louis, in 1S'J2 ;

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