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NO NOIIT1I. NO SOUTH, UNDER THE CONSTITUTION. BUT A SACKED MAINTENANCE OF THAT
INSTlll'DI INT AN THE UNION.
VOU 13.
M'AKTIIU .VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, JUNE, 22. I8G5.
NO 48
M UJP. ICiy M n M 1 si
i i in i -t-i vr i r .1 IlI i eti
HIP
" UMSHKo nVKKV TI1UR3AY BY
' K. A . B It ATT ON,
.J', OF F10E:
In UraltonN lliiilumi,. Fust of Court
lldiicc, Vn Staiis.
. ' i fitUS, CASH.
The 'D:iKrKiT will b sent ouo year for Two
DollnM Moutlm, for One Dollar; Three
,lonVh, for Fitly Cents.
, fj"AJi papers will be. discquthiued at the
mpiriu of the tiin paid for. .
,.KUMS FOIl ADYKFriSINW.
One Scpiaro one insertion, 1 .00
Each additional insertion, " .50
CarnVone year, . . 8 .
Nol'co of appointment ot a.umnt
or, GuaJiUauandExoeo'ora 2,00
' Kilitorial nu'ic per lino, 10
Yearly a.lvoTt'.smen'.H will hochargod VW),
per column por ammni.
A nl In proporiiuinito rates for less than u
oliinin, nnd for lops time.
f" Ten linos minion ch trircd no one pqnaro,
I'Jull Advertisement:! 60 1 Ia-khI Notices must
le puid la adva ice. ,. , . .
I-J-T lie ahnvofrms must bocomplind with
A 11 pay man a mimt lo mado to thol'ro-
pjtor, us wo ha ;e no aeonts.
The Democr a Joh Office.
Wo are prepared tooveeuto with noatnoss,
Jiapatr h an-l atprk's V it defy compolition,
all ! .nil s ot J .'ili Wiirlt, jiicii its
r.uiriaETS,
HAND 13 ILLS,
SHOW BILLS,
FOSTERS,
riiOClllAMMES
BLANKS of nil KINDS,
SHUTING BILLS,
LABELS, fcc, &c.
tli f lis trial and bo convinced tliot w lean
lid will do pri'lti l(!( lieupor l..r C.irii, thin anj
iitiiur oi.lul li ilimuiit hi tti inflection nfoo liitry
K. A . IV .t.mii.i:.
SoiliSTAKLE- & SllIVK
91
AUormy at Law,
CI dm Agent, Koul Kslati: Afonls and Con
vi'viim its.
3! r A rili iir, Yimou Co. 0.
Ollivt! on Main Slrert, I wo doors tast
ol K. I lml''s .More.
Wi 11 ut t.jii I jir nipt ly 'o nil 1 i ,lt im 1 1 ;ru
toltii'ir am, in tin '.'oiitios of A ii ti I ,
Ml, nnd tvliitn,
.l.-nrmry Will fii5-tf,
T" iririisuTToST
A(iM""v ' t Lniv and
11
;,.!,,.. li.C:i. (::l liy the IT. S., for thfi piirp'is
1 i1 V :tii1 t h i pri'i'i'L-cti I'll uiui eol!iH-ti''ii
n' iivrv i i i i ini of ehiiois ftciin.-t tli
Vi.il:' I K-iVs,iir..l Htalo of Uliio, lii 'l.i.li:i; l!io
Mor'uii mil oliiiins.
Iiiiiliii iu ii. id rrrni'MKirx ol'Puy
I'rorurrd. .
t'KNSMINS for wi'ini'li'l im.l .HkhIiIciI sol -1'.'-r;
mi'! ..ifC!i. and for llui l:i:ir.- cf liiura
mid fitiii wl.o liaV'" died :iad Ikmiu killtol in
tin. wt '. ! o. I would -:v to my fiii'inl.-i, tint
h'.will nf.i.'iid pr-iiiiptly to tliuir linsino.-a ninl
liin.Uraiii turiiK.
.1 111" I
D. Di
snavEi
.lloriicv at ;uv
iMcAUTIIUit,
Tf'n diiiii.n East (if K
;ll"lV
OHIO,
1 1 n v i mlt just rrenvcrcil from ,i prvori; at
t:n I. of liic "Oil roitr,'' wliir.li cniifcil a
tfiiip'ir.iry ulin'iioi1 Innii Ins oliice. taken
pliM iiirti in iiiinimiiLiiiq; tu tlu public, tliat
hi) is :j :i i u jit his pn.it , where he may In
liKiiiilut i-li tiiutM ri'iulv t. g i o pruiiipt lit
'cnti.iii ti the varimis brandies of his pro
I'i ssiiiii in llil.-i. null :nl joinino CounliL's.
Jan. 5tli. liiij. ;i mo.
H MOLT II
E
I'OUTBiMOUTIl
OU!0
-BY
CHAR LES HIGGINi
llils IIuiiBO fronls mi the Stuam Boat
andiiig, and near the Railroad Depot. No
pain wijl bespared for the accosnadption
in Ulieglg.
A.COIIC'VI.. A.ISA.IllNfltMD
PHYSCAMS wD SURGEON
McArlliiir, Ohio,
Will aitfiud promptly and corefulltr to
the practice of their profession in all its
fcrarichi's.
fT SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO
BUHUERY. .0
an. 5th. 18H5. tf.
E.A.KUATTOK,. ..k
Bliif 0 A
AKCH.MAYQ.
D MAYO
AUorneys at Law,
'McAUTUUK, VINTON Co. 0.
WILTj ttn.lto all lejral bnxinoss intrnstod
to their oars in Vinton, Athens, Jackson, Boss,
Horbinir and adjoining counties.
I'articulnr attention (fiven to tbe collection
f soldier claims for Ponsions, Bounties, ar
rears tfpay&o., auint the United Statosor
Ohio, inolndiiiff Morgan raid cliiima.
April 12th 1665, lyr
For Blank Deeds.-. -Call Al
Ball Mowers Ohio
'
GOOD NEWS AT LAST !
The nnTcr-MIIng Bit. HA I'll A EL U tho ixat, II.
uccvnla wlion all nihera have hilnl.
ALL WHO ABB IN TROUBLE,
All who barn bwu iiufortiinato, ill lnnw foilit liup
hMe Iwn dinipiwintiHl, cni.li.-d, ud t.l;ist -.l, .11 xlio
Ii.td Iwn wilurtd liy tiliHi iiriuiiisr. .ml docuit, all lio
bare Ihn-d JvmItM ami trilled Willi, all go to linn for
ailvic. .till In gut Hatinfiicliuii.
Ho makn your niili.rtiio.-. pnwi aoy, be niakr. lb.
lamler and envjr of your ciii lni. a full linniilw,, and Ii.
iMlaina yunr cbaracti r iiuil ri'i-tuliility In apite of il
iukiiIii and rumor. All who un- lu ilonlit of lb aflic.
lion. of tliusa tln'jr lovo commit him lo n lli vo ami aaliafy
tltrlr nilii'l.v ami lo Dud oat if tU.-ir bright and warm
bopiM IUJkalrwd.
IN LOVE AITAIRS HE NEVES
TAILS.
Ho bna iho accri't of wlmiinir Ilia nnVcti.iiu of llm
oiii.ito wx. Ho giiliM Die hiiikIo In a wwijihy and
lu.ppy ninrri.io, and lunlon Hie innrriiil baliy. Hit
aid and ailrji-e lum Ikvo aollciliil lu luniimoliiblo lu
itaiici'a, aud Iho roanlt-liua alwaya Ikwiu
A SPEEDY & HAPPY MARRIAGE.
To make tiling murv tiro, bo will abuw you Hip like
YOCR FUTURE HUSBAND OR WIFE
IIo will Ml yon tlifir clr iiiMKt;in('c nnd t)mlr fnlm-
lrt'irii Htitl nliHt i liftii-r ttiuii hI), Im cub Ml ytit
Mi-ir OiminhlH un'l wtiit tlit-lr r')ir inti-nti.-n-t nr
Wlmt lb K'UtT ittitl, he tHU tll yuit if they u ill iiKko oi
liJM py.
h . Raptupl Is, tlierjftrk, mra JopwiirJonco.
Tual! in IniHiiiPHM tild tnh Uo in iuvKliutMi'. Ih'can (rt
Ml, with irm crfitf! toilnlnly, tltw iveult of uit rn
la.'ivial Midi liiinim'rtM trHMHHi lioiiH hihI iitt'iil,itii'ii'. rr
K il'lin.'t hiti'ipivtB tlicuum tut lutlriy uutuU'ia Hitli ua
fa.litifi; HAXtini'-v.
LOTTERY NUXVKDERS
fjtven without any extra ctmrge.
MORS GOOD NEWS ! ! !
Dr. HAPIIAKI. will cant ymr lliT"ro- it writ
fmir imtivity. Kvt-ry limn, through tho l.-ni;lU ami
r'llh o( the laii.l, who him Imt lurk, hu1 h)hi chh
n't g'tt on in thn ivoihl, (thoiilil In in MW.Kiun of hit
1 1 or ottrn I-, and Kit lr. iUj'liiu'I'H
Written Opinion of his Tuturo Tro
poets in Life
It mill him multh, .NiliM'nro, iumI Imnor.
TlmtiNaiiti-i of men, whu wero niilnrimiutr nn
it' dun! iii tliir titiHiin tut iiiiu whn uuthoil html, nnil
uh'i hiiI'k'1'-(1 aii'it tvlvcrHily ntii mitorlunti th
jj-ritt-'r );irt !' (lit ir livcji, hikI who fminrl the imirc tin y
ti lt-l lo " t l'Tuaul In ilia world tho mure tiling went
ftrT;iinnt tl-i'iii: Thwo mii ('t Ir. Uiiiliiutr wrHta
oi'inin np'in thi'ir lutum iMHpccttt in hie. All thoM
who wiwly ,.lnftc nr l,.iiif,,.r ml to are nuw
RICH. HArrT, AND SUCCESSFUL
In tilt thfir tinilfitakini ; while (Iiohm wlm warn LU lifted
by pn ju'liro aud inuinnte, nt-Klfctt-d Ul dvk ro iMIl
lubtjring n'iiuHt tdvorftity an) iuiTty.
Ill flrtHltml
WEALTH, EMINENCE, AND GOOD
LUCK
are willim lb. n artt of all. If yon abdi to b rich and
AW)' 'ni w 'H f'-nhiilt Iii ua aUu.
GOOD NEWS for tho AFFLICTED.
Hf ha-i the ift, and run t II tlm lifll Ictttl th raii.ty of
thftr .lint hth id ntli'i inn. lln inn ttlno (fit uIikIIkii
th y ran curi'd or injl, (hint twvinjt tint UH ti Initli
U U Lit' Hllil tslM-tlM'.
(''nMiilL.tiMtia daily, Siiin!.iyi cxtcj'trJ. Otttco luiitM
hum K A. M. to 5. k'. M
.Ml lutt-rvit'Wd urn Htiii tty rlrnti nml conrl'htitil,
Thvti'lulo wo Huy, go otio I all ! and couii'Ut
DR. RAPHAEL,
The Aitrolojrcr of tho 19th Ccntnry,
NO. 221 EAST MADISON STREET,
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
Bf" Pi'Monnl inli-rvicivH granlod (o Gonllomon only.
lniuii with
LADIES
10 be dona 1' l.llur.
J I'trmnn at a dlitani-. limy romraiinloato ionfi.
ri:-iAi.i.r by 1,-tt. r, if tin y Inrbw. ONK HOLLAR, f--r
f'Tinilfalinit Vv, In oanh ktl'T. All lellora, coitiinil
11 'iili"n, and intonrii-wa, ar atrlclly private and tun.
rid. niiid. No uiiHWur Hill Im giron lokdtora uubwa oil.
d-M:u-1: In. Int aa a Cinisnltatioa i'w,
A'liliun.1 all li'tlora ua folluwii:
DR. RAPHAEL,
BOX NO. 6273, POST-OrHCE,
CHICAGO. ILLINOIS.
Let it bo clr .rly nn
iliTrttfH.il t liit tlifl prlro lutmed ri n coiiMMltnthm ft- my
fur h cvMHUltnttononly. It dwa uot iuy f"r Iho Ooctor'i
written f-i'iniini of your fnttirc I'lotivtH in lift. It dot
ni t I'tiy I'.-r wtimiiiK tli" ftlVtclioim of tho ,Iliti fx,
t tor tli1 ftiiiHiuiiiiuil iun ot a linjij-y marrijo, fur fur
d im; iitv tithr liiim s4 i.ami'l in tho uhuvo Hdvortioo-iin-iit.
Tlti Hott-T hus a tixfl .rio f r d'iiK hc1 Hcpii.
rati In your coiiriiiltntinn with thr Doctor, yr4
ItitiH how y.m cm p-aluo tho t.nd lino mart yiur
Ittiirl; yMiHr.t til I Iiwy.u mi. g-t all yon want, nnd
vniir L.finit'ti ntiv-hl tj Ixt doiii' r that it can tiut
fait. "lit. will fuMell whiit iHjrour I K.ST I NY. In aliort,
ho will tt-ll what fa hefortt yon, etc.
Caption to tho rnblic.
Ir. V. Itut.hacl, tlif ArttridoKtr, Iim no connctlou
with 1'KOKKSSOHor Tr. VV. M . Kaphaol, orwitbanj
oth'T u-nthmati of t nanm nariio.
Itrt'i.'ut thm dvirti!tcniint out. Whfn yon rona
1'i in it with yuii and .'how it to the girl who opna roa
door. To prwvi-nt miatakra, wk to .
SEE THE DOCTOR HIMSELF.
LET THE AFFLICTED READ!
And It-urn tlntt a iiorhcl uml radical ciiro.is warraulial
and i;uariint"-d to nil who arc aillict'-d with wraaneia,
ili-biiity, iinrTinH rnnipliiitiiM, niohincholy tlioiiehta, ile
pr-i(iim of aptriia. diKin-i and a.it:alah of miad, Ior.
of rtlip, )i of nil(Qury, lo.a of HOrry and noiaclllar
pMWiT, puny frrnwth, wtuitlnfl; awity, ami a waul of coa
tlilcnra lu thirnili.B, faiiillng tin, coDTiilaiTO trorn.
blina. inipoinnroaiid iliHtcti". nf lite.
IIKAR WHAT TIIK MKIIICAf, PRESS 8AT8.
8om phyHlelana r.Mjulr. to Nt, ld tho natarc of yoar
diaowo tlia KiiJLISU 11UTAN10 rilVdlCIAN do
not, IHti rf'it kuowleilgeof the bumanayateni enable,
bim to ib-acriba tb. diia-aaa. wllhont any Infor.natioa
from tho Mtient, to explain f.R original r-AU.., aad to
Kiiarajitoo ill core. A lid, what ia mora Talnable atill, h
will honxally and frankly toll whether yon can be enred
or not. All his coniuinnkalloua and Interview, are
atrietlw priv.ue and confidential. Jfedicof Jourmal.
The llntanlc Ruinedica of Dr. Raphael, tho EDgllth
Dotanlo Phrsiclan, novef failed yet to make a porfiyt,
radinU, and rrmaunit cure of ALL PRIVATE, SU
CH ET, AND VKNKliEAL IlISEASKS, without the una
of M.irciiry, without hinderaaco from biiaineea, and
without ti-ar of riiarorery or oxpoauro. Ho deadly poi
aona, nnch aa ane-aic, una Tomira, opium, or any othor
poiaona. No momiry nor any deailly minerals flothlnir
bid purely Vetetahle Botanioal Keuiediea are used by
thia wiiniivrfiil Itntanir Pbynlclan. Ilia Ilntank item..
dii:s nmvr yet fnilK to euro tlo moat obatinate .ud the
moat daliTona raaea, aud to remove all morenry and
other impurities from tho syatem when all other Rorae
diua had faiWI. 3feitl Jnnrml.
r.iiOD NKW8 K()B BINfiLK MKN (XINTEMPLAT.
I.Vi MAKUIAGK.I Jl.-ar what tho Ilallimore corre.
pindent of the Oddfellow, lloonahoro, Maryland, uiil
on Thnraday, the Slat of May, IStiO:
" Niiiueroua cures of diaeaaea canned uy early Indiscre
lion having Iwen perforni.il by the Kngliih Ilotauic Phy.
aii ian, I feel it my duty, having a knowledge of then,
to state the fact, helieviug that in doing eo 1 may do a
service to tho inffi-riog. One caao Id particular that
of a young man in this city ia worthy of note. Ha had
Ixvome tho victim of a habit, the mure allusion to which
cauaea a ahinlik-r, and aftor years of aufferingand doctor,
log gav. up all hope, of recovery. II. wished to marry,
anil wa. dearly beloved by aa aweot a girl as ever lisped
wonla of .(Taction, but lie was fearful, nervuiu, and pros
trated. 11. dared not wad on account of the .battered
state of blasyelem. ilesuaght relief at tbebandaof th.
Botanic Physician, and, astonishing as It may acorn, all
the bloom and vigor of youth has returned, and h
now th. happy fallmr of a pair of bright boy.."
Any who are suffering, no matter what their com
laiut, can call out lie Botanic I'liyaicianconttdentially.
Ityy may rely upon relief. Ilia orbce ia at
ho. 221 EAST MADISON STREET, CHICAGO,
ILLINOIS.
tfidthl
ft
THE NINTH NATIONAL BANK-
OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK.
Al'ITAL, 1,000,000, I'AID IN.
I'lSCAl Af.KNT OF TIIK Vti El)
STATKS.
And Si'EtiAL Aoent roB Jav C ooke, : ir-
T10N AllKNT,
Will do liver 7-3 Kotos Free of clmrpo, by ci
proii to nil purfs of thu viuntr?, and rccr-ivo
in payment lUiwlis on Now York, l'hilu.li.1
phia, and Koaton, rnrront bills, anj all five
percent. Interoel notes, with intercut to data
of snliscriptiun. Orders sent by imul will be
promptly tilled.
This bank receives bo nceounts of RntiVs
and llunkors on fuvor-ililo tcriiis; also of inlii
uals kjoiiin-r Now York avcoitn ts.
J. T. I111J,. Cash'r. J. N. UitVIS IVca'tN
march 2. 'ii- 3r".
it l. II it li II .lUUULil
Eagle Fur.naue, Ohio, )
Juni' &th lhiij J
D. VV. C, Trazt'o Iiitvii.g purchasl
tli entire inii rt'st of 0 T -Gunning in the
lute linn of Frewe, (idnninr Ac O., th
iiiiilcrsig-iieil vill enntinuu the business of
iiiunulucliiriiig Ti Iron under the linn
nit me of Franco & llainilton, and will set.
tit; the business of the Into firm:
D.W.C. FRAZSE,
June 8, 1865- M.S. HAMILTON
DICOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERSHIP."
K.or Furnace, Ohio, j
Juno 5th 1865.
The Co partnership heretofore existing be
twuen the unilersioni'd under the firm name
of Fiiake, Cui.NiNti iSc Co., is this day
diobolved by mutual consent.
D.W.C. FRAZEE,
O.T. GUA'NINtJ,
June 8, isi55 4v U.S. HAMILTON,
S AJJDLE &
HARNESS
MANUFACTORY.
l! P. AMBROSE,
McAktiiui, Ohio.
Xin'.rSi otistnnt'iy on hand and mannfueturs
to older, bvitj variety niirt ,d'
LADIEB AND GENTS SADDLES
which for worVniiiiiship and Mwh will compnro
wilh .my Kimilor work in Southern Cliio,
AI.sO, Ilurn-'ss finclo And 'oiii,!u i ,ts,
lroin the plmn'.vt tn Die li'i'-st 'imiin- . A Ira
fvnry variety of K ilitni liri.ll, s mul llnltora.
A I 1 ,,C ul,;... nrlll 1... ..1.1 ... l.n I I .1 .
, ni., ,ib -, u, u,u llYl-?v LllMI
Hies Cull ii.ul c uiittio fttock on hands.
Mny Hi l-,ii.1. i mo.
MARRIETA AND CINCINNATI
RAILROAD.
ON mid ul'ltir Mo.iduy , tt-ilulier :il liGl, and
tintill further i.olieo, trains will ruiius fol
oivs: M AIL (i()!N(i EAST,
Lenvea Cincinnati at 7:10 A. M T
nml, ill :oi A. M.: arrives ni fM,;i!i,..,il.n .,,
13:2!' I'.M.; Leaves Ciiillieotlio nt W:Su 1'. VI.;
lenvea iiainiien ,i nnetion nt 8:11 1'. M.; loaves
MoArtlmr.nl V. M.; leaves Zaicki, at 8:01
r. M., leaves Athens ut 4:1.1 1'. M. Arrive--it
Marlelln at fi-.'Sj 1'. 'A.: arrives at Purkurs
burg at 7:1)0 1. M.
MAIL OOINO WKST.
Uavos rnrkershtirjf, nt 7.10 A. M.; leaves Mur
iettaal7:4. A.M.; lunvea Athens t 1 ::il A.
M.; leaves Zuleaki, 11:15 A. M.: leuvesMcAr
ihur, 12:15 1. M.; Ilutiulen liinetiuti at Vl:Zt
A.M. Arrives at Uliillh-othu ut l:5t l'.M.;
Leaves t'hilliootlio nt 2:1 S 1. M.J leaves l.ove
land ia JtM V. M.; arrives at Citieiiinntti at
700 l'.M .
Zaluski Freiu'lit caryinK pit ssc timers, pHssns
MeArthnr at'.intf East at tcjll A.M.; Minu
West a'. 2:5 1 1.'. M.
.Tim Aecotumediition Train Leaves ChiMicnthe
at 5:30 A.M.; arrives at Cinriiinuttl at 10:25 A.
M. leaves C'oneinnati at 8:30 T. M.; arrives at
Coillieotheatb:50 l'.M.
Coin octions are mado at Lovelnnd wjih
Triam to and from ColnmlnisHind nt iinmdeii
Juueliou with trains lo nnd from Portsmouth
. J'Jil.-v JJUKAM), Snp't
JAlES WMDT
SADDLE& HARNESS
Manufa o lircr.
Mc ARTHUR, OHIO.
Warrants AWdrK
Keeps constantly on hand nrd wil
Rdll At tllO lntTJDQf (-irinou Ur,,l.ll It-
dies and Uarneeaof every description
und warrants hia work for two years.
Call and examine. 1st door west o'
ho Court House,
t ec. 22. 186 Cmo.
Ut. TALUOTT'S BILLS'
Comnnsed nf hichlv rnne"nlmtd
1 c J " v. va.iuivm
fiom roots and herbs of the hinhesf mediral
valim. inlallihin in the rnro nf nil ,U00o
of the Liver or any derangement .of the Di
gestive Organs, They remove all Impuri
ties of the Blood, and ara unequaled in the
cure of Diarrh&s, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Scro
fula, Biliousness, Liver Coinplant, Fevers,
Headache, Piles, Mercurial Deseaseg, Here
ditary Humors. Dose for adults, one pill in
the morLiiif? children half a pill, From one
to three pills will cure ordinary cases, and
from one to three boxes will cure ny curea
bio case of no matter how long standing:
Price $1 00 per box, Trade supplied or seal
by mail
V MOTT TALBOTT &I.D. Co
June lit 1865 ly 62 Fulton St N Y
Kentucky Polities.
Kentucky Polities. HON. R. H. STANTON'S RESPONSE TO THE
CALL UPON HIM TO BECOME A CANDIDATE
FOR THE LEGISLATURE.
To the Kditora of the Bulk-fii !
Gentlemen: Neither my private
inclinatiofia, nor my sen.-o nf pulilic
duty, will, nt this time, allow mo to
accept tho invitation of "AUnv Dem
ocrats," contained in the- Eauie of
Thursday lust, to become a candidate
to rcprescut tho county of Mason in
tho Iisljitnro. It ia duo to the par
I'ttlity wliieli is thurt shown me by a
portion of my friends, that I ehouM
usaij'n tho reusons which impel mo to
a non-compliance with their wishes.
The Stato of Kcntuclc", at tliii mo
ment, occupies politically u different
position IVotii almost every other Stato
io tho Union. Tho ranid ir.nr.mont
of events in tho Inst four yoan, has
resulted :n the disruption ot ouo of
our important domestic relations,
which had its origin bsloro the estab
lishment ol the State Government,
and has existed in haruionv with all
othor relations nntil within a very
short period, leaving among us a
largo number of persons of an ignor
ant ana linerior race, hitherto accus
tomed to subordination, hut now irm
unrestrainod.and without tho means
ol living, and incapable of entering
into a successful antagonism with tho
more enlightened and sagacious iaca
in the struggle for cxistonco.
How to udnt ourselves to thia now
condition of things, aud what is to bo
uo mturo status of there persons, are
nOW tho all ahsorhino nmiatinna in hn
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determined by tho peoplo of Kentucky.
'P.. ..In. .. . u 1 . I 1 . 1
lv cittiim uiuui io poriect political
equality with tho white population,
endow them with tho right of suffrage
and render them oliL'ibl u tn nnv nml
all ofllcos, is tho porsistcnt purposo of
a great poiiucai puny, which is brings
iiig to boar a powerlul pressure both
from without and within tho State,
lur tho accoinplishineiit ol that end.
It is k:iovn tliut eomo of thoaa who
Co-Oiu'ratc With thu radical nnrtv in
rhis Stutu,'kdoiiy thoir objuct to bo to j
eltivato the freed negro to either social
or politi'iul uju.'ility with their htte
iiiiwters ; but it ia inipossiblo to elmt,
out eye3 to tho fact; that the leaders
ot tht party ulsowliero openly avow
such lo be their purpose. If the eiin
lu freedom of the i.tro weie uil that
they difaired or designi:d, they have
surely r.tcoiiiplislitd this, and why
not uow he satisfied ? Why do Kiv
tueky radicals :intiouo in affiliation
vith tiuLuner, Greeley, Chase, and
other loaders, who make no conceal
ment of their determination to agitato
until the negro shall bo made equal
belbro the law with tho white hi an ?
They Bay: "Liberty 1ms been won.
Tho battle for equality is still pend
ing." It is this battle f'ur equality
that Kentucky radicals are now ti 'ht-
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ing, ueny u wno may.
Cut tho faith to whinh (heir denials
are untitled may bo ebtimated by the
experience of tho pa?t,tliat safest and
la.. I lit. ' .
uwji teacnur. when they lust united
tiiemaelves with tim Almlitior. nartv
of the North, did they not repeatedly
deny that tbuir object was to icterfere
iu any .nanner with tho relation of
master and slave in Kentucky ? Is it
not as. well known as anv event in
tho pant, that in tho early stageo of
their organization, thoy disclaimed
with vehemence anv intontion to favor
tho liberation of tho slaves : and yet,
were thev not thn very fii-At hi invoke
the powor of the Federal government
nj ui H aoout, ana are inoy not
now tho most nersistont in continuing
tho agitation The president has
recently, very much to their dissatis
faction, shown soma indications of a
purpose not to favor the elevation of
me ireed negro to political equality
with tho white man. and as theao in
dications havo been strong or feeblo,
io have been their manifestations of
that dissatisfaction. Is thoro no sig
nificance in this I
The nroDosed amendment to the
Federal Constitution, ha3 been art
fully designed by the leaders of the
fiidipiil nnrtv. lo civa (lonrena thn
. , j n- nm-
power, nnder pretence of perpetually
prohibiting slavery in the States, of
sonferring citizenship upon the negro-
and thus placing him upon an equali ¬
ty witu the white man Whether
this ameudmout shall be adopted, and
tho consequences of giving to the
Federal Government the powor of
thus interlering with tho relations of
persons within the States, shall bo
imposed npon ua, is now tho sole
qucstiou at isaue between parties iu
thia State.
in
in
nf
as
of
to
be
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ot
our
ed
of
tho
It
any
of
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ed
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Iho Democracy throughout
btate, recognizing the patriotic po-
sition of the dmrvati ve Uni-m m"ti j
upm tho tramsecndurit istiii and
dooming tho erisid sneh to da-
mand the sacrifice of all party pnh
havo determined t. forgot old
feuds, and unite wil'i tin-in ia oin
nion eib.irts tor tho common "Oj-1.
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, uwi. iu nave- ,uij t
arato organizatsoii. hut after consul
tation, havo determined to co-opt r
ate with tho Confervatives, iu rooist
ing tho great evil which tnusi follow
tho success of JI idealism in lCentuc
kv. Wo CUUSi out r.tlv. ho-tr of 11 1
. .
tonveiuiuiid or inuct.niM to nciiun-r.'
emocrtitio cimdidates to be run by
tde party, nor do we sp0 in any other
part oi the btato tho antiounooinont
of Democratic e-mdid :.lt,'q vol'tnii'i'lv
of Democratic citndidatoa exclusively.
in tuo atij.'iu ng districts, tho Djih
ocratsaro sending delegates to the
nominating Conventions of tho Con
servatives. The cad upon mo to bo
como a candidate, implies that I am
to bo run 3 the iioniinoo of theJDom
ocratic party, without regard to' the
wishes of those who are uow Buppor
ting the same principles but who
hae not been heretofore known as
Deinociats. I cannot consent to ninr
the Wbl! matured policy of our friends
throughout the Siate, by occupying at
this tiuio any such position.
It will bo seen that this iasno i:i of
tho gravotit impoitance. It involven
tho utter doHlruotion of those right
which were wisely intended by tho
framera of tho Constitution, to bo
perpetually retained by tho Statos,
aud which were dnemttd ftliHolntv.lv
necceBsary for the persarvation of the
lnamanai iiDerty ol the citizjn, and
the common prosperity of tho people.
Whatavtr iulluence we may be in
clined to ascribe to the General Gov
omment, in tho promotion of that
strength and power for which tho na
tion hn been bo eiinallv ditinoMiinri
ed, ii can not bo denied that wo owe
mamly to tho succerislul tiperation of
the State trovurnuientt. in tlm evi-r-
c':rc of tueir rightful jurjdiction over
mo porsonu ana property ot thn oiu--zons,
tiiat high deg.-oo of individual
froodoai, security, happineM and prop,
ei'iy, which iu other po-jple on eiulh
liave enjoyed to a like extent. The
State governments have protected ut,
thu pursuit of huppino.-:, tho a,
ipiiition of property, and the exor
cise of such social and political rights
belong io us under the Constilu
tiou aud laws. If injured in our per
sons sr proiiortv. or obstruetud in thu
enjoy men t ol any of our legal righta,
we have been accuotomod to look for
redress of tho wronu. not to thn lawn
the nation, but to lie laws of the
State whore, alone, it . was to bo
found It is of vita! importanco.there
lore, tnai too rigms or nropuriy iitta;:i
been so salutary in tho promotion of
tho pnalic prosperity ana the indivi.
liberty and happiness of thu peo
ple, should sutler no impairment such
wou-ld onsue, it tfio proposed grant
powor to the Federal Government
exalt a race by nature iguorant and
interior, to a social and political
equality with the white man, should
ma lo.
Against sn unnatural and monstrous
wrong, tl;C Consarvative Union men
Kentucky and tho Democratic
party, aro aliko opposed. Tho olb
issaes which separated parties 1 dig
Bi'nce have now no vitality whatever.
They aro absorbed, swrllowed up aoZ
merged in the one grand and all im
portant question, whether wo Bhall
oresorve the riehts secured to n hv
fathers, aud which tor nearly a
century have protectod our liberties,
promoted our happiness, and establish
our prosperity, or yield to the do
mands of a mad fanaticism, and unr--
render them forever. From tho dayp
Jeiroraju to the present moment,
Democratic oartv. with a o.onrai
that defied all assaults, aud a consist
ency not iuvariably ehown upon othor
questions, havo resisted any encroach
meut whatever by tho Federal power
upon the reserved rights of toe States
has been fundamental tnnut nf rhoir
creed to sapiort the Federal Govern
ment In the exercise of all its clearly
granted powers, but to restrain it from
encroacument whatover upon the
rights retainod by the people of the
States for tho management of their
own internal and domestic concerns
It may be said thai thia nmnoand
graut ot a new power to the Federal
liovernmem aiiecta du; a smc-ie one
uviti umtim uwtvvo iui u blIi".Q OUu I
our domestic interests, and thero
no probalify that any effort willi
ever bo mado to take from ih Striaa 1
"Hi ii".- nji'in ui inwiiuiij ieii.,i i
to the States by our .patriotic fath-.'ffte',
and thu exercise of whdeh has 1
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j
thjlar.votli.-r ot th ,-ir resorvd rights
We have no security for this and ..'hi
the ;.ai t of wisdom io resist evil in
the beginuing. If tho Federal Gov- '
U nimeiit may, tit tlie demand of a
-mtional jrty, rendered insensato by
dices, I matieism, or impolled by seldsh and
i:i :rcemry purpises, intorfjr vvilh thti
Iri lit nf rim st,ar t. t ... ... t.
v iiik.nj.-j in oinur jiaris oi mo
and tiiey thiuk it can only le
ers, ''' tho success of the radical-
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i - "! iw i initio a m i
;;(iv.-iii iiuL-u iq one rospect. dooBtt
not become a nrocedont. Ami ma ir
not end in a complete absorpation -of
ud the pow..M of tho State, and place
ouraoimsrio -iKl,ta completly in tho
imudd ot a control powor, to bo wield
ed by tllOsO WllO Am ntrarwanro ..a
ivin uliena to our intir,.cta it i
r a. .. . . " .
- - w vavai..uiniiUfiB
stance, it may pleuso tho transcended
jtnl phihuitliropist-j of New England
jto legyrd th brooding of the hybrid
Limit (ir flto fjiaw... ..i
nule, or the raisins nf toltnoori ,,r ti,a
cultivation of barley, as an evil mr-
iiingiiieir special malediction. What
is to i; them, with their vast nu
merical lunioritv. from i.fl:.r;r
dustravtiun of either, or all, ol theeo
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itiiuresie in our state, by thu
by tho instrumentality of a constitu
tional amendment ? And ao It may
00 with all of oar domestic interests.
Ui-j end upon it, the present move
met is but tho beginning- of a stu
pendous design, which rrnBt lead to
tho centralization and cousolidaiion of
hI! power in tho bauds of tho Fedor
al Goveniuiont, and consequent des
truction ot our liberty, happiuess 'aud
prosperity . '
Suppo.to I were to accede to tho .
wishes of my paitial friends in the
Democrat ice party, and become their
ertiididrU..; for tho L-gisiature, would
1 bo expected to opjiuse the candi
dates of the Democratic and Oonser
vutivo U iiinioii Cuuventjon which
has just mot? If so, pray upon what
iaiiUef They agroe with me fully up
on every vital point. They aro eup
iKirtiug every measure and principle
1 ehonid advocate were 1 a candidate.
Lpon what ground, thun would I bo
n quired to oppouo ihomi Would it
be eith. r digniti id or patriotic fur mo
tiii'' 'Mtlai'l0:i'v ,0U 'u?u never
vTT. ..Jom-ierats. Upon ot'.ior issuoa '
in times luig past, you- differed trout
mo and opposed my party, I caunot
foryivo yon. Although you now
agree .vitb uiu, aro advocating tho
-vv.u sound principles which I ent.'-r
t iin, and like tne, abominate botli
tlio d octriino and purposes of radical
iAni, my old prejudices againsta y-i)
ait so inveterate aud intense I wnat
oj.jiorio you, even it it resultJ in tho
an :tvs3 of our common foil' Tl.u
would bo neither wise nor tiafrmtip
, - ,
an.l 1 can not consent t
t - i 'huw iiijouii
in a position do ridiculous and huuiili
tating.
Iho efloct of having three- parties
u- the hold, has been well considered
liv ni:r fi-i.n.-lj ..,1 e .
" ''maun county a largo num
b : of i'lfluuL'tial nnd cnli,vLnnfa.l
Uomocrats, from moti
nif.nd my respect, have determined to
t-npport the ei.ndidates of tho Demo
cratic and Conservative Union Con
vention. Any ca.ididato, therefore,
who makes ths racj exclusively upon
uiu pm iv grounus, ana in opposition
to the nominees of tho Convention,
niujt fail to obtain the full vote of
his old party frionda. and will inovita
bly be mortified by defeat.
1 havo fteei.to many cvidencoa of
tho satisfaction which the prospect of
having a third sot of candidates in
tne field, has afforded the leaders of
the radical party, to ba willing to con
tribute in any degree by my inatrn-
meutality to tho fruition of their
hopea.
I havo thus hastily and frankly,
though I trust rcspectifully, giTOa
some of the reasons why I deem it in '
expedient and improper to yield to
tho wishes of my friends who have
called upon mo to become a candi
date for tho Legislature. Tiiey will
pardon me if I add an appeal to their
seuse of patriotism, to desist from
ther purposo of makinc a nartv
- . 0 - lOVO,
ana running Beparato candidates at
tllM. pritinal ii,iiat,i.A J:.: - ,
..,.ijUI,ViU,0) w uiviuu ana
distract those whoso hio-h
6--" ""j auu
bost interest it 16, for more, reason
than I have here given, to remain
nuitoa ana cordially co-opoiate with
ach other. I have in times past
been honored by the Demoflraiin no-
ty. and shall carry with me . to the
grave gratoful recollections of its,
kindness, but for tho fitfi.1l lltl Odd OnrI
consistency of my Democratic prinei
r wv cuuuicu mnutj
i'tca, i uave euuurea some perietution
ana maJe B0Uld eacrificeB. If niy aor
vlCt9 an mS eacnfices have entitled
to udv inilaence with tho imrtr

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