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NO NORTH, NO SOUTH, UNDER THE CONSTITUTION BCT'ii SACKED M AI.XTf.NAlVCi: OF THAT lNTltU7IEMT A!D THE UNION.
VOL. 13.
M'ARTHUlt. VINTON COUNTY, OHIO. SEPTEMEK, 1 18G4.
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.,. PDLlSUKu VERV THCUBiiAT BT
BR ATT ON.
OFFICE:
I Bremen's' Bulluiqc t of Cour
House, t'u 8tAiia.
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TKItJIS, CAMI.
Yh Dimvohat will bi oeiit on year f.r On
Do'Ur: and Fifty cents, Bit Months, for Seven
ly.flve Cents; Four Months, for Fifty Cents.
fST All papers will be discontinued t the
' expiation of tlio'.lme r::ld fir. . .
TERM Fl'lt-A1)VEPTISING.
' Ooe Square ono Insertion, 0,T5
Kwh additional Insertion, ,2
Card one year, .
Notice of appointn.en-.eot auiuist
r, Ouardian and Executora . 1 ,S0
Attachment notices before.'. P. l,M
Kditnrial liotiee per line, C
7u hun minion chreed a one square,
and all Advcrtisimeuts ar i Legal NSticea niuet
is ptiM In nJv
IVST liberal ioluctior willbamac'ctjyenr
advortisora. if The ubovet 'rmsmust bo aom piled with
-A1I paymeo t must be mude to Ibe Pro
tljlor, an ww ha it n. agents.
The Democrat J oli Office.
We art propared toeiecute with neatness,
llspatch and etprieos t' t defy eompetitiun,
11 kin-Id ef Job Wgrk,juuh aa
WUOKS, I AM I'll LETS,
. . HAND BILLS,
SHOW BILLS,
I'OSTEKS,
riiOGKAMMES
BILLI1EAIS.
BLANKS -A nllKINIiS,
tJlIIL'IMNQ BILLS,
LABELM, tve, cvc.
. . . . i w AAnuliiial flint, m ian
Bin atrial nu ovu.i..
n4 will Jo prinil if?i niwr u.v,.. o.v
jtbrtl il ihnunt in tliineution ofco iiitry
iToTELS.'
PlVPITl! HOUSE
I-OK1F.MOBTU, OHIO
-BY
CHARLES K1GGIMS.
Tliis Uuiise irtinis on ttie .Sit mil J5ftl
Landm", and near ih LUilroail Diot. No
paint bespjred for the excuinadniou
olGi.rstc
.jgpt. , 163. lr.
CLINTON H 0 ti S E .
SCOT T'& "POLLARD,
PROPRIETORS,
totutiir or m'libe iioteE. wiirKLit.o, ta
aa.a5,'3-lyr rhilli:otlif, Ohio
MARR ET A AAD CICINNATI
RAILROAD.
ON and after Monday, January 11 ISC i, ami
untill further uotice, truina will tau a fol
ltwa: M AIL fiOlSG EAST,
Loaves Cinclunatl uli-lf A. M.! Leaven r.lan-
heaater at-0:-27 A. "ip m
1211 t" M ! anivo at Chillivotlio at 1:15 I' M
Irf'avtaChillicotlie at 1:SS P. M.; lnavca llum
donjtiuclon at 8:51 P.M.; lenvoa AiIwihki
4:81 P. M.; Arrivunat Marietta at n:!3 r. M.;
arrive at Uoipru Parker.-b ir jr at Tlu P. M.
MAIL GOlNti WEST. .
leaves T.elpre &o., at T:S0 A. M.; leavos Mar
ietta at 7:4" A.M.; leaves Athene at 10:0:iA
Jl; loavoa Himdcn unction at 11:34 A. M.
Arrivrsat Ohi'.ii'-'othe at 12:65 P.M.; leave
CliillfootUe at 1:15 P. M.; leavos Kluncnuster a'
1:59 P. M.; leaics Lnvelutid at 4:51) P. M.; ur
rlvesat Cincinnatti at 5:55 P.M.
The Accommodation Train Leaves Cliillicnthe
at 5 20 A. M.; arrives at OinidniiHtti at 10:ii5 A
M.jioavos Coneinnali at 3:50 P.M.; arrlvesal
C-illicotheat8:5i) P. M.
ConLeotions aie ma-le at Lovoland wl'li
Trian to and frum Columbus: f".d at Hamden
Junction with trains in and from Portsmouth
JOHN DURAKD, Sup't..
January 11, lSU-ly ,
MARIETTE AND CINCINNATI
RAILROAD.
TORTSMOUTII URANCli.
i
ON and after Thursday, February 15, l?4.
regular Passonger Trains will run in con
nection with the Trains on main lino betwoen
Portsmouth and Cineiunall. as follows :
Leaves Portsmouth at S:H A. M., arrives at
Plonier. at 9:)5A.M.; arrives at Portlaud at
10:08 A.M.; arrives U Jackson at 10:57a. M.;
arrives at Humdon at 11:U A.M.; t rives at Cin
inratlat5:55 P.M.;
Leaves Cincinnati at 8:30 A.M.; leaves Ham
den at 3:00 f.M .; arrives at Jiichsoii at P.: 34 P.
M.; arrives at Portland at 4:21 P.M.; arrivcsal
' Pioneer at 4:50 P.M.; anivee at Portsmouth at
:10 P.M.
Accommodation Train departs from Ports
' mouth at 1:45 P.M.; arrives at Pioneer at 4:45
and di-Sarta at4:50; Arrives at Jackson at A:.-.8;
and Hamdn. at 7:30. Dcparta6:40 .M ; ar
r'.ves'at Jackson at 7:35; arrives at Pioneer at
9:35; ' and arrives at Port&ninulliat 11:45.
Through Tickets to Cincinnati can be obtain
& at Portsmouth, Portland, and Jackson, at
' Ids following rates:
Portsmouth to Cinclnnu'j, . 4 00 :
Portland " , do $.40')
,. Jack.on . " do 4,00
' ROUND TRIP TICKETS.
Trwm Portsmnatll to -.Ciucinnatl and retnrn
$8,00 Tickets from Portsmouth, to Marietta
, and Tarkersburg, f3,0O.
. . ' . JOHN DUBaXD, Sup't
. R. W. QUATE, Assis'tBnp't
. . Feb.25ih 18iS4-lyr. '
GUARDIANS NOTICE.
Bery Sfinste Grlian of John 8., Mary
:A.aod William Shnstcr minor neire or asm
a ... SUd li .snrnnnts fnr tnsneatior.
i and partial Pettlement, as such Guardian, and
will DS tot UWiing omn i uiq i pij n...
Sii. .Jv-,T vj RiCUAECBAlG ,
April 14th 1M4-IW Probata ai ge.
FAIRBANKS'
Stiiidurd
SCALES
Of ALL KIKD8.
Ala, WaTehouiu Tiuck,
Letter rriisseaio.
FAIRBANKS GBFENLEAF & CO.
6J aiouroe 8freft, TOM DO.
4Baearefiil toljuy onl) the GeBHini
tlllDO n i I " ir.
. f
STRAY NOTICE
i luineio tiif pyomic" ' 'wii
V- n ltir I3tli,in?t. living in Kllf Town
hi).Vintnii Cmmty Ohio. Om white and
11 . . I'AnWA
anil ri'u piti i nnia n'w. awm r ;r.r
oM. The owner csnhhve hfr by proving
pr;ippriv and paving churls.
r . ... '.j.u .. v.
Aug loin v.
United S acs Incrnal
REVENUE!
INCOiJE TAX, LICENSES, &0.
F.livkntii Disrnicr o Ohio,
ColiCfo'aOr.cit, McAhtiiib.
July fclst, li'.4.
8 requirod by section 23 of An set to pro
i vl.lu lnturnul KuVelllie t sUiuort tliu G.iV
ermneiit, and r.v Interosl or; it ho ,.nVh debt."
approved June 3ili,la, rURLlCNO TICK is
Asstators' ANNUAL LIST fr this Distrior,
i tKiiiiprislnp tbo Counties ofAtlams. .iloto,
Liwrer.ee. GiUii, Vinton and Jaiksm,) for'ho
vosr i'ift4,oni,irii.",ing Taxos on 1NCI.1JJES LI
t'KNSES. CAIIRIAKES. tc, Is now In my
Iiuii.Ih lor enlleeti'n, and that said taxes are
now due and payable and if n paid on r be
t'oro tho Hill, day of August next, a pynalty of
TEN percent, will beeul'"rcod under d.stra;-nt.
I ;il Ktronil. hv mvself or Dupiitr, at the
OOM.KUTOK'S "FF10E. In each C'ouniy in
hid District. fr ilia iiiiriv-so of rwrivlng the
taxes aforesaid, nnti! said 10th ihy Autrnst
imxi; after whloh time the penalty will invsriii
(lv be exa-ted. Kd tsx will ho received
,.!.,! receipted f..r, by UENUY PAYNE Eeqr..
McArthur, for Vinton county.
JOllN CAMPBELL,
July 2j C'-llueBr
"FARM FOR SALE.
t (JoodPsriu, nbutl25Rcro. witli nbont
l h: ...... ..i... tf t.l.n best wateiod
A a (.P.VII.Villlvl .i.ww- , ,
farms lu the county, n Orchard ot 3 n.-iiring
Apples and a nmiuicr or new "'"" i i""n
mA Peaches. about 3D scros of bottom, soma 12
:ieros of it nicdow, :oii.bo llmie Kranio Uarn.
snd airood well of water. Title perfect, and
'lurriM is a2,o(iO. The Farm is In Uiebliuid
I' p.. Ku of Allensvillo. For further liiforma
it n enquire nfE. A. Hratt'.n il Arthur. Uhiu,
or of tloi stibwrilierou the prenil-
Jnlyai,-f.4-tf l-HMt n BUCHANAN
MeAUTillU KUBERY .
The nndarl?ned wislics to Inform (he cliiio"
Vintrn. and surrounding Comities that they
avc established a Nursery at Me.lrihur and
;illkeep ooustaully ou huud, every variety
i'RUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES
Wo now offer for ale, 80.000 Apples trees
iii.O'Jt' Peach trees, Pear, Cherry, Plumb Ac
.ftlio every best varktica.
Tbo treos lnivo all been rinsed In lines ini?
ounty, ami being aociimsu l are j.refetahle
o trej shipped from other States r hey an
wo yci-rs old Ibril'ty on.l in the bt.t condinon
ii ..o.V iu ll,.it . thiisa wiobill treeo sbould
call and aee for themselves.
Address
Dee. U-3 3m0' J.W. GOl.D.
MANHOOD;
SSSLailOW LOST, IIO'V BEST i)
ED.
Just published, a new edition of
lr. Culverwell's Cel hinted FaHy
ntl-o raiiioal oukr ( withont med'.cine) ol
Pf RHAToRiioEA, or seminal Weakness. Invol-
,..a..d luinTLNUV. Mi-nllll and
IHUTV CCIIIIIIl. -
uluVical Incapacity.. Impediment ID Mrmi!.
' . r L' n - u a w un. lii-r
le. ; also, l.oNsuarTiu., r.m.ir... -
ndiieed by self iuduig-tnce or sexual oxtravji-
C. - . . ,.4 .,l.en
J rice, in a semen ou.u... j
The celebrated autlor in this adteiruble e
clearly demo islrntes. from a thirty yeais
suecefslul praetico, that tbo al.inmng eo-i-eq i
Miccs ofsoif abuso m.iy tw rai'KMllyeiirc I wi:h
onttbedanireroi.s nse t f Int-rnal medieino or
ihonpplieatioii of the kiiifo-pouilir.g out a
mode of curs, at oneo sitnplo, ecrtuin and elfec
mil, by means of which every siiflernr. no
... ...!. .. l:- ,..i'.!ii.n miiv bo. may cure
mailer oio --- -
himself cheaply, privately, and hadically.
-r Tl.lo 1 ... .i.,ra lii.iilil ham tlU hSU'lS OI
,,v. ry vonth and every man in the land.
Sent under seil, Ins. plain et.veloie, to any
addrers. post fa:d, on rewpt of Ax i-ents, or
two post stamps. Addres lbs rnhli-hers.
127 Bowery, New York. Post nflke Iw.x 45S
PILES.
A SURE CURE.
EVERY BQPYl4 BRING CTJRED OF
this iliitressiog disease by the Vs of
Dr. Sirlculanil s Pilo llciuedy.
Read wlt s (offerer save:
Mr i.-V.f Ha7arrlei IflA Sennnd street.
rin.innati O.. SSVfi h.'huH lipffil a !rfadllll
sufforer with Piles for long time, tnd has
. . . . .l: i . i i
tried nenriy ever) innnf, ana rouiu usiaui w
r.llof Yfr iiepiI ahonl hup (mirth of not
of J3r. Strickland'i Pile Ointment, end itl
made o compieie cure.- n aeiviws evrry
ohe wln is aufferinj to try it.
Sold OJ mi urnuj;isis, ou rrnts per p
Manuraciutod at No 6 East Fourth street.
Cincinnati. O. Ask for ' - ' '.
STRICKLAND'S PILE REMEDY
Mj23'64 17.
i
i
[For the McArthur Democrat.]
MINNE MAYE.
BY J. A. H.
In the iWow of thtwillnvi "
Bj ptrklingriyUlet,
Bt uidi tidy little cottage
' In th budiling triier.ild!4t; .
An'l the mk tires rort inj round it
ueim tueir Duncnes o'er me rooi,
An I tlie uuthine gbnrlog Ihnnijti llj)
Gilda tho cut ij tort-kcied row f ' '
V
Btra')ht up from the wooden chimnf
fnrls tlie tHzr tzure aoioke.
' Forming wrenilis and fsncir'gsrlands!
'Miniy; the trundles of the oak; '
Alt the f'laJ.iw sra delieinUJ,' ,
IVaee it in tlie very air,
And tiiiangrl of contentment - 1
&'emt to hare hv d .veiling there, .
This nveet spot, tliis moilst rott ige ,t
! tlie Ik ine I Minnit Mny;
Her elic lie. the hiii'ii'H needle
Tlm-nuh :h hi g wect snmumr
Al t'le bir 1 1 rritnc iiur t) lisiC'i
To ti e mtiMC of her ng.
And the (ink l"ves vliip r to her
Wind-harp musie all jsy lung.
Blut birdi glanring through the f edart
Stops and wonder if the lune
Comes from eome bright inge. luiril
Passlny iliniu:h tlie flowers ui June.
Yes, an angel tlisnt the anthem
Ileenl nn sweetly in the even',
For dear Minnie is an njrel.
And she lesiucl her iunf Irom hesvei,
White robed fpirits whispered lo her
All (lie pietlf -n;s she knew
Whiipercd in the bright June rosei
Whispered in ihe faliiin;ileiv;
Ail 1 Knrihi Unwritten music
She had learned frnm leaves and flowers,
And her melpdiesenrhm1 tug
Made mora bright the passing hour
Likesn Eden, in ill beaute
Wdt ihe home of Minnie Miye,
Bother anirit was loo gentlrj
nrl uni. &wi t. nssd Htfir
" -.ir.--w.-..-B
Nuwsmonz the atir-irn.Mied legions
. .... . f .i i
in ariri'. rones oi pace sni uive
She i3iinjttiig willi the tina
In lier Eden home above
McArthur Aug. 1864.
[From the N. Y. Mercury.]
The Future.
Etvry body is huntfnsi'aiubslitufo.
We ari all stopping our neighbors
upen the streets, lo ask thorn to be
come targets in our places. Veteran
nml aliens are the best folk iu tin
land, in that all covet their society,
and wo cuiz'.'iis, ignoblj onieiit at
home, yet 2taloii lor the coritinuauci'
of the war, are elinjring to onr iivof
and our ptitriotiwu at the nam- tim,
with liiilicri'tin, uhuoat luournfu', p-r
S'mul iueonsiblfiicy.
Yut will we bu huveil from tint 8"r
vice in tho end, by puiehasiu pr.s
nt e.x mptitm ! N doubt, the Gov
run. ' ill iiitiina to act Imnus'.ly; yet
alUxperh rice shows tha' republics
are ud nbe as to points of honor iu
thue of necessity. Wo have no astnir
unco that the war will bo "tin'shed
ip" hy the men s "di to lie forced into
the field. The I'reaidi'tit has nt ev-n
MM us llir.t ne i)opr;s ns mueii. u i
the C'tiilrnry, he has declared, to uj
and totiie woild, that he w i 1 1 Dot
cease to 6trn4la until the lust' dollar
and tho lut man will have been ix
tninded. Every driy takes us toward
tli-t'C l.:miis. We hhallall bo needal,
b"oiier or later. Nobody believes thai
tho coining canscript'u'n is to bo tire
last. With crtaiii strides Fate
pr6S 'S upon us; all sciety is nueon
seio:ily Jrift'Dsr twarl tho y'rt''X;
man by man our-eands 6lnill drioblu
lliruiigo (lioula-n; tor. tho UoViru
ni' tit ca'iriot. k' j' i.s W-T'l ii it would.
Aa'nt whnt d'H-o it assure !!?
Srrvieu I r t'.p.c year r tna wail"
Bu' only for this war! A foreign
trouble would trs8 the roinuaid ol cut
lives, en masse, into the living btr am
wh eh rolls our palo race forward t
ex i cii'n. Jf we nccupt the reee
tlentolthis connpription by re-elect
ing lire Adiu'iiirdtiou which ustib
l.Hhes it, we can m rer complain when
the provoat juard arrives at onr door
iu ou: turn, and marches us awav to
the contention. At the pace of our
procet diu, all our populatiori must
riioii dwindle to one class that o!
(.(Bde-h 'lders; fur none ar-j really se
cure of lifo until they are bound to the
Executive. All our bodies contract
to disi'Oail Dow. All human con
cents contract to tlie one question of
life. Wo stand at a teartul point in
ur history, when thus Death is in
the service of one man, and ha -cur
Master, asking !or four additional
years to finish his experiment. I'm
donee would dlcUteeveo if wo bold
Wllr. Lincoln's policy, to place
another person iu bis chair. No
doubt, 1'iousauds of good men and
women pray nihtlj for th President,
bold to bis guidance, with steady faith.
But tbese uro :uainly wuury of etiife,
tlionti their lenipcrate bloud hud
grown hot and revengeful lj the ob
etiuAcv of their foes. It id not tlit su
who keep us iu tlio Valley of tbia
Shadow. The curse of our crisis i
tho foarful opportunity it ha givou
to tin? Exacutivt) to attach ir.i'D ol in
fluence to hid peraou. Suuh ia the ltis
lory of all nsurtjation. W itii tlie
vr to "coin money out of nothing; with
pVrniission to buy all that t will,
iioin whom it iilfUBcs; wiih the I''it
t raise any uma Irom i'.'vmIv t )
rnjhea, or siifltUr thy lortnt'c of ui !
liona by h iweep of Mi.. !"?, vvlio e-ni
doubt Ilia' our l'lCPiletit has tco
grcut tuii; UtionA, t.t he cuntiniiml
four years t tlie hett 1 .-f ih i p t!o
jeah'tm id' their rp;rosc!:Uiirev.s!eiu?
Observe his inQiienc-) ( y
Every third mm jti the K 'rt i i
grovviiiK rich by h!s vatmin. It it I
not in huraun nature to bj unratol'dl.
nor to mar its own prosperity. Tlmre
are bright exam .'si of disinteivsti"'
ueeS in all bist' ry, but we neve!" c x
pt-ct tlictn tocinno in thj oics4. T:ie
two-tltir.ls who are disinterest, bu
c uit'c uiipiirciiastd, ur.iHt save us the
iui Miieiil peril of usurpation and
monarchy which 's closer than we
think. Oir fathers wisoly provided
tor the perpetuation of republicanism,
by limiting tlio executive term l id
lice to four years. It lira was safe
policy for peace, i; is ail tlie safer in
war, when tlnr oppjrtuni'r of revolu
tion is so much the greater.
This j mrnai; beinjj essentially liter
a'y, has iioihiiiirto uain in any person
al cause, and for that reason myitis In
doits duty. It goes to thons'tdtl ol
quiet home, whosu inmates do not
iuin;lj in the din of politics, but who
i'.l Ii3ten to plain advice, corning
through any pure channel. We ad
monish these not to forget thn R-pub
lie iu their devotion to the Union!
VVc can butter allord the destruction
of onr edifice than our lives. Fr;e
dtim is eternal: Sates nro of tune.
We can run uew boundarits ever d iy;
but we cannot recover our holy char
ters if we give them up for a douhtftri
plus. County men! bold to the Re
public! Glory will never bo cumpon
sii iii for the lo6S of our grand frod
lsleln. Trust no man, or any pre -Uxt,
with too long a h aso of your
Uoubtiiution. The times demand
another head to tho uation W
linvtt chan'fcd our Generals, our Ad
m:r.iis, onr tWivturies, and stiU t 1 1
Wardia;nou without a Iiojhj.. L t
tM change onr IVesidur and we
may d . elter.
[For the McArthur Democrat.]
[For the McArthur Democrat.] Attempted mob at McrAthur M. E
Church.
On Weduesday Aag 17th 1S5-4. I
called at tlie residence oi iho R;v.
Ring, stationed Preacher id' the iil
K. Church in McArthur, Vintoa Co..
U iio, and requested the pn viledq;e to
preach in Ins churcu in the evening
Iio cordially granted it in a very geu
Humanly and christian like manner.
The ariaugement being made I was
iliero in tlt.e l.nie, tuijp; a hy ton and
prayed. 1 tnei; took the Ilitle un 1
remarked us an introduction to our
eveuing service, I would road nn I
maKe some remarks on the lir-d 17' h
verses of the 3id Chapte of Puis
Epistul o ilie Cvliosiuni, ! done to,
aud on the Ul verse rcumrlo'd that
i ho wrath ol God is coming on us a
h u-ition, not lor on r right.nisu( si, but
to i on i wicked nees' 1 took j rt of
the 17th verse of the simo Cnapter,
as a loimdation for some lemaks, I said
that I should stick clobo to the Gol
den rule, and th nigh I di 1 n..l riia:.'
in v atraiigem lit It was as lobowj,
tirst Hio t.vil c tn.-equiiuciis growiiig
uui o' the us i of tho evil tongue, 2 i,
tna' as cl.nstaus we must ali act in
die uaiue ol.iiid L rd Jesm in all
things. 3d toiienid on some of the
char'acterictiu, and ahuwel tho reason
why we should .?ct in the n unj of the
LoidJe3US. 1 thus remarked on the
1st Proposition that al the Blood,
loss id' life, all the toars, every groan,
a',1 the sorrows, and every dollar it
has cost, is all cbarabU:to an impro
per use ol the tongue, which unrue'y
evil, full ol deadly poison, and settetti
ou tire the course of nature, and is set
on tire of hell, 1 then remarked that
wu have to quit caiiing each other ill
nauics, such, as Black Aboliouiat,
Wooiy Heads, Ooppeitirads, Bjtter
nu:s r abide by tbo wnalty, and St.
Juuicfi e&ys ha that keeps whole law
and yet offend in one point ia guilty of
(ill. and that our conversation should
b with grace seasoned with salt, (hat
Umight furuish grace to the Ltarera, 1
saked bow can soy persov use aacu
laniidjje in tho name oi the Lird
Juius Christ, I also said that I had
never prayed for the success of our
armies but for God to tako charjo of
that matter. I then illustrated by two
laiuiura bring in a quarrel, and (hut
as a chrisiiau bAi in i q'turrel, one
could tut pray to G d to ki'l the
other but pray to runko him a better
Minn. Hat Bt-ein4 ureal ur,eajinoe
an ! conftituoo manifoMted iu my audi
ence, 1 lutntioued tliat I wri'd brio;;
the nervict'D ton cl bu by eiiioin an J
nniver, as I did H"t wish tl-.' or.l .r'v
puitnl the oiitrri'ydti'iti iiup-him)
At t'o's 'a in nt. Mm ' ;rs wiro t-x
tintiihcd and a jnviit! A
ill'.' If "US ) 0 lit U Ht'fl,
r.f :
iiunih. r )' V'tiiii,; la !i:a at-d ::v l
iu lrushfd l.ir.viir.l a-.J euni l
".i-'K. I 8 ;ii-l 1 1'-' r'J'ivi tin)..
Ufa" :tn I tvi'il'ci out and loim i n
i rti-v i nt t i -
i! oc-r. Od :ry rlg'it stood
liv. !"!io c'.i h'd oiy nMeii-
an ri v I
!ti in by a uiu :!i id' my c' "tha and s tid.
aio you Kfniijito Iohvo us nno'luT ap-
puititui. 'lit; on no, I am v.tv sorry I
hud this, I would n t hive I a 1 the
h ine of G')d s ) insirtod. Wl
von li vet In Iloekiin' C
Vou are a secctdi. Whv M lau I
havd been stoned for my K-joi'ilii-an
principals. You uro an not hern trai
tor nn I a soathern ymp:tthiser, un1
yon had better go south, and if you
do not leave quick yon will be rode
on a rail. Il my meimry serves mo,
she called ino a fool, liar, and a ti ai
tor, and lined her infltunce to'havo me
rule on a rail. The by stander look
i d very serious, thero was several la
dies with her. she le't and went a
sh- rt d dance in I r tunia !. and aske I.
did yon vo'.e for Brough and Lincoln!
1 di. I mad im. A D.'inncratic gentle
man E 13 "bo, waiting to dulenJ mo,
h'issd her out of the company aud in
vited nn to his lodgings, I accepted
th offir and so ended the ssmo
which throati'ii-d heaven aud defied
tho earth.
1 do hereby s tlomuly declare that
tuo above is s;rctiy true as tar as my
memory serves me.
The Lady's name rofcrd to is Mrs
Catlin.
Vhere do
: n-i'v
..
Aug. 18 1864 Dr. H. FINK.
Look on this Picture.
I have no purpose directly or indi
rectly to interfere with ti.e institution
ol'S averv in '.he Stato whero it exists.
I believe 1 have no lawful right to
do and I have no inclination to do
—President Lincoln in his Inaugural
Address.
4'I order an declare that oil prisons
held as slaves in the designated States
are and Hereafter shall bo free."
Lincoln Einaactptfim Vncl&mniiuti
'Neither tho fresideut, nor Con
gress, can emancipate glares any
mote than they can grant bills or di
—Ex-Gov. Henry Dutton.
"Tho fact can no longer bo duguis"
ed that many o: the Republican Sena
tors desire war an ! disunion, und r
pretext of paring the union. They
wish to got ri,l of t'o Southern States.
inVrder to have h majority ji the Sen
a'e t,. coiiliim the apii'vuttuunts, nn.
many 'f In in think ibf-y can hold a
permanc!t Heptibliean majmtyin rh
Noitncrn S'at-a, Otifjo-d io ih.j who!.
Unioti; for partisan reasons tiiej are
anxi'ms to di3 !vo the Uni-.n, it' it
i. . i i i ; l . . '
ea'i oj "it'iio wii.HM!'. i;'iuiiij, ii.'-m
respon-ibivi before tin p.iupl.".- f St j
;.hen A. D-'tiglas in the,U. S. Scunte
Dec. 25, I860.
Skcrbtary SEWAnrj'a Poweb The
5vCretaiy ' State, while endeavoring
to v.n lica'e the vitality of tho Fudr
ui Goverumeiit to Lord Lyons, illus
trated bis position by saying:
"My Lord I can touch a be!! on my
right hand order the arroat of a citi
zone!' Ohio. I can touch thd bell
again and order tho imprisonment Tof
a citizen In Njw York, and no power
ou earth bat that of the President can
release them. Can the Qnoeu of
Englaid, in her dominions, do as
much?
"I declare upon my own responsibil
ity as a Senator, that the liberties of
thi country are in greater danger to
day troin tho corruptions and from the
poffligHCv practiced in the various de
partment of the Gvernment, than they
are from the op$ n enemy in the field.'
J. P. Halo, Rjpnblicau Senator
from N. 11.
' Oor present writers ' shrug ! tbeir
shoulders moat at thone on whose
ahoolders tby stand: add exalt thoso
most who crawl op along them.
Read This!
Who is Responsible for the
War.
We nnwer, the Republican party.
Tho R.)nb!ican party might bare
prevented tha -present derastaitinv
civil war. J t might bare saved tbo
liv'js t-f thousands of the beat tfien of
he nation, and thousands of millions
of the p'.'i.ple's money. For proof of
what we My, read tbo following from
tin: apei c!i ot Stephen A. Donglas,da.
Iiverel i'i the United Sutes 8enatt
Jan. 3 1351. umn tho comoromiaa
mo-wurea then pending before tha Sen-
a;:
"I believe this lo be a fair basis' of
iinii'aMe adjustment. If you of 'the
Republican side are not willing to ac
ci'pt this, njr tho prowsition of tha
Soi.at.r from Kentucky ,(Mr. CrCtten
irtii ) pmy tell ua what you art
xo;UiHj to do
il addicts tht inquiry tt Repulli
cms only, for the reason that tn tht -committee
of Thiitei-n, a few duvt .
'7" evorS meml" from the South, in.
Wading those pom the Cotton States,
.'MAxbivs 7linil .in, )......
x.u.vU. . ,.,lu vtui?yj expresses
their readiness to accept the proposi
tion of my venerable friend from
IvMtucku. (Mr. Critendm a n
fiaal 8 -ttU-tn'tit of th cnnvaisy, it
ienr.-en ana sus'ainea by tAa Hi
pubUoan tiiomb'-rsf
"llli.M.KTUE SOLERESPON
SIIHLILT OF'JUU DISAGREE
MENT, AND THE ONLY DIFFI
CULTY IN THE WAY :OF AN
AMICABLE -ADJUSTMENT 13
Willi THE REPUBLICAN PAR
TY V
II :re it is proved that the Rapobli.
can party is refiponsiblo for tho war
th it it ie responsible for every dol
lar of nati .nal aud state ioJcbtuesa
incurred on aic unit of the war that
it ;s responsible tor the high taxes that
bare neon 'mposed npon the people,
on account ol tho war that it is re
sponnihld lor the distress and financial
rum, which now exists in every part
of tho country that it is responsible
for every life lost in the war that it
is responsible for, and should receive
the curres of every wife made a wid-
ow, and of every child nude an .or
phan, by the war. In short, that it
will be responsible for the dissolution
of the Union, and all the mialortODes
which afflict Hie Republic.
ohall such a party be continued ia
power, or will the people change thsir
rule's! Let the ballot-boxes at the
next election proclaim the answer.
Stick this in you Hat and
keep it there!
The following nonfession was mads
by the Hon Mr. llawes. a Rarjnhli.
can member of Conareos from Mass.
achu8etts, on ilio 25:h of April, in
which he exposed tho corruptness of
Lincoln's administration:
''THE OKNTLEMKM MfJbT BEUEUBIK
THAT IN TUB FIST YEAR OF A REPUBLI
CAN ADMINI-TKATION,WHIC CAME IK
TO P WKR I'P 'N PBOFESPIONS OF BS
F' KM ASD HETKE.VCI1MENT. TUBES IS IM
D'JBITAPLB EVintiSCK ABROAD IK TBI
I.AN1) Til A T S MKU-DT HAS PLDHDSB
KDTHB PCBUO TRKASCBT WELL HIOX
IN THAT 6IXOI.KTBAB AS MUCH A3 TrIB
ENTIRE CUKRENTTEABLT .EXPENSES 0
TUR O 'VEBNMENTDCBINO THE ADJtlH
ISTHAT10S WUICU THE PE0PLK HP BLED
Fll 'il POWER BEOACSB OF IT8 COttBn-
Tlt'K."
Daniel Webster a Prophet.
Ii these infernal fanatics and Abo
litionists ever gut the powor into their
hands they will override the Constitu
tion, set the Supreme Court at. defi
ance, change and make laws to suit
themselves, lay hands on those who
diffor with them in opinion, or dsrs
question their fidelty, aud finally
bankrupt the country and deluge it
with blood.
Good Advice to the Clergy.
Major Gutheri the popoW and; en
ergetic Chief Magistrate of the city of
iNew I or in uis proclamation for tha
fast in that city; says: , . ; .
"To the Ministers of the rTOfooti'l
churches nn whom will devplva-, tJit
dujy of opening prayer in 'tlie; pre
sence of their congregations. ' and
especially those ministers who hate
inculcated the doctrines of war and
blood, so much at varianoo with tho,
teachings of the Divine Master, I
would humbly recommend that they
will, on that solemn occasion, layok
the mercy of Heaven to hasten the re
lief of onr suffering people, by, lard
ing the hearts of those in authority to
the blessed way of peace." ' '
Good adyica admirable 'and applet

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