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M'AHTHUK, VINTON COUW TY, J' DHlO, AUGUST 3, 1865.
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IlvIJEU vll)iir flcmocint,
ITI.tSHKo nvKKY TllJ KBt. kV IIT
E. . A . B UATTO N.
, . OFFICE;
Initiation' lliiitiiiiu'i, ! iH of Court
Home, Vn .Nfn.ii!.
1 YV.k.vl, CAN.
''I'll it "ill ho koiH ore vcnr for 0110
,l(illr; uil fifty count; Si Moulin", for Sov-entj-ftve
onii; "iir ilnntlw, for Fifty Cciita.
fj" All import will 1)0 iliitoouliuiluj ul V lie
txi'iritlinn of tliu liino piilil f jr.
TKHUS FOIf, AIIVIilMISINC..
Who 8.,uaro oneiniiortioii, 1,00
Kadi AiMilinnal iimorUon, ,50
'arils onu yitr , ' 8 'H
..'liotk'ol' (poiuUj:jq1iKjfij'il'"l
-or, OilKnlluii nil hxooiUors 9.00
' AttiiclimuiilniiticuKliufiire.'. P. i.i'O "
lMitiiril;liiliet) or lino. !
, 'nrlv 'ttitvorlijtmunU will 1)0 uli:trgol 'i0.
iu niliiinii wir 'Annum. -
Ami in, l roporuiiliiiw) " 08 ior low mail
m.lrtnn.uii.1 U-Wi'mio.
' iT' ? V0!'-' W'"lr0;
nii pll Ailverlu1 unullUi ur 1 Legal NuIioik iiiiibI,
U;&Vr;n.nrt b.,nu,p.ioJ w:M,
IT.A'l ....vmon . .1 h.l iv.l.l tn llin Ytn.
f itr, wo hi tr in. tfnlR.
thjjcniocr.a J oh UUice.
We Hr.irniitrul V ei cenlu'W.lli iigiiuiuhh,
Ji!cUJi iHi'l : riuc.4 l' t iluJy uoinpuluinn,
il iinjx m Jub TurK,uuu us
i'A M I'll LEI'S. .
' II AM) lMLliS,
SHOW lillXS,.
VOSTEllS,
i'KOUUAMaiEB
i:LI
1IKA1S.
.PI VL'U nil lIVf iU
, iudt ii io 'i hi i i iti ii i 'u,
j3iuriiX(, liii.ts.
I.AIM5LM, &cc.
til .(Mix atrial .lint lit! UOIiviiiociHliel w icnil
in will tl if lit lift huui-or for CAen. I In n unj
. ' . t . , ,. ,. .
linrofitiil iltlinn lit hi llnnscctioii nton t n try
IC A.'.i'h'tiu!.h. I. B. S'l iv
cwniiiu & SIHVEL,
1'I.imii Aiintit, Kill Ki'aiu
AitutiU unit Con-
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t o fnoorii. . ,. .
MrArtlmr, Viniou C-i. 0.
)llici! mi Mnin Strt'i't. I tve iIim-I -i I'IInI
- .. :ff. Ii. " D.nltf Minx.
Will itlj'i I, r i n ly ti nil Iii'rn I tin
lolil i r tr i, in t'i I Cmliuii bf :i'tl, '
won, I'lko nml S.-into.
.laiiunrv l!Hli l"i!J -tf.
, E. A. JlTUTTON,
A i 1 .,""' I L:nv and
Mtv hir, Oliio.
Iloinc. r.tifiiV1'.v Hie T. S.. fur tint i iiri'i'h
) will Hltolfl i'i tlt) 1 1 rui'ut.'ii i on aim tniiuotimi
ff o.'.'rv il-orii'ioii of uliitiiiit nuiiiHt th
Vnilo.l Stall)-., (I'l l ijVito of Ohio, ljioholillg tin:
M urirun mul nlnlirnt.'
Iluiiutiot nml rrcnnrjrH of I'ny
l'riif.uii.'il.
I'KNSION-I fuf wmiii.IIxI mt.l .li:.-ilili!-K.-.l-vliiTt
Hil l fciiiniiii uiiil l'r llin lii'irs nf mlilirr
-i(l (:;miu!l who h:ivi) dicl mi l hiinn kiUvil lu
tl io iMirvieo. l.woiil l sjiy to my fnund.; llin'
will nliluil srnnitt.'0 tliu.r biialcnj-e mul
in i. iruto t'lr n t. .
I inn 1 i i IS l.
JOX.'KS HOUSE.
I'oiiTrSMOurn ou.o.
, Air. Jiiitm Iih9 jnir lnseil t lie Old 1'ly
'montli llnnHf. nml flmnyetl its name
hKovp, ' The Flmii-e Ims b tu rcrr.o lelnl iml
i niuv tiH'H fur t tie recriiiioinif the nubli''.
Il is Oil the wliiirf.H lirnltliy liirinini. unci
no pjinsAvill tx wtirfil In iinkf. tliu s 1 1 y i l
TiHiinfs'' ul tli'8 iiniist'c, uI ilny nan wish.
Charges low us (lie times tviij ofTurJ.
June 20ili S(6 -6mu. ; .
A.cojoi:f:,.Uii.-
A.ISAMlNtiMt H I)
PHYSCIANS AN3 : SURGEONS
x HcAHliur, Ohio,
Will ulteuJ promptly anil t ate fill I r lo
llie prncice of their' profession in all its
brnnhM.'
tfT SHKHIAL ATTENTION CI'VEN TO
n. 5th, 1805. If.
K. TuHATTliN, Tfu'""1
BR ATT OK AADr LUO
AUorncvs al Law,
MLA'ftr!JUIVVltfTN Co. o.
'I 4
W 1 1, L Attend to ull lojfftl bui-incm intrinttcd
to tliuir urre in Vi itn, Atliona, Juokaon, K-jbh,
lll(in and .ljuiiiin(i; coiinlieit.
I'l.'rHcnaor tuulion (liftiii to tlio collcution
nf BolJitrrtulitinm fur Zjuion. Bounties, ar
Tenrri i f my Ao.. .(rninKl tlie tnitcd Stilton or
tllito, iiioiii'liiiff Morgun ritiJ oUiimr,
April llli 1SB5. lyr
JAMES WARD,
feAJ)DLE& HARNESS
M an; u fa e u rcr.
Mo ARTIlUlt, OHIO.
WAIUUXTS ALL WorK.
. Keeps fanBlanlly.fjn liantl nl wil
t,ll at tlie lowest prices, Saddles. Bri
cXii and llarness of every doecritiun
tnd warrants ins work for two years.
Cull and examine. 1st door wm o
ho Court House. .
tc. 22, ISC t Cino.
For Blank Deeds. Call al
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GOOD MWSJVT LAST !
T(m mr-m)nK D, llAPIIAEI, It Its beti.
n-.
uccii li.ii '.! uthort Imve fnili j.
I ALL WHO ARE IN TROUBLE,
All who bur. Un iiiifiirtiinntp, .11 how fund Iiin4
hum biu ilivujiiHilntpil, criielii'J. ntid lil.-mlfil. ull who
hmo Wn itilnii it I.) Mm iimuii ami ilw,,jt, all )nt
h:io bwii rt-'lvoil lrftl trlfl.il with, ll go tu bini lur
tilvlco nml toi-l wtt Idtiictiull.
I ll iiiuke your umlurluii.n iuiim iwny, h nrnkin th.
i tluiiilrr .nil nvy vf your f n. hilK tnll Imrmlosii, .ml h.
mlaiiia your cl.iim lor ami H'-oluoilily in n , i I g r.H
n-limla ami iniuurii. All trim hid In ilnuht of tint ullic.
liiniaoftlimH) llii jr lorr consult him lo rrlli'tu .ml auiiafy
llirir mimlH, .ml to lluil out if luoir Lr!j;ht toil tviuui
uiv mil iw tutiilM'il.
IN LOVE AFFAIRS HE NEVER
TAILS.
Ho ha. the iiTrot of winning Hit afiVctloiii of tlm
oilt n-x. Ilo K'li'liit Hio niiiKlu to . tti'ullliy iiml
t;i'y lunriiiit-f, nml imikra the mnrrlril li.iiiy. Mi.
am nnq anvioo na. im'U Kiiloiloil Hi liiuuiuorutilu lo-
lima, M Itio rull liiu hIkujh Utm
I A SPEEDY & HAPPY MARRIAGE.
' Ti. w.U tfaliw minh, b, will ,Uow you lb. Ilk..
nPM of
I TOVR nmiRB HUSBAND OR WlPfi
' J"" ini-ir I ir iii.i-.uik n Ml im-ir nun
rtMioila nnil wlmt la Iwtior th.ii nil, lie can tfll yoi
llirir thoiihli ami tiliat thrlr "nul" intMitlona are
Wh it ia botitir atill,lwcuii till you if they will muku yol
titl'I'y.
lr. Hajihitfl la, tlirrcfori, n anre ili'pi'iiuVuf-o.
To .11 in hnaliii'rta liiauihlri' la invtiliiitlile. lit- ran fore
Tfll. tvlt Ii tho irrt'iitrnt I'frlninlT, tlm rcunlt of nil nun
nirh'iiilitml buaiiiiNM tnniMai;tiona .ml aiH;nl,iliona. Iir.
Il il'hu. l hit.Tiiiot. Jriunn for lutlory uiiiubura w ith un
iiiliiiK iii-curiii'V.
LOTTERY NUKSERS
iion without any entra cliaro.
MORE GOOD NEWS!!!
Dr. KAPMAFI. will mat your llormropc or write
your imitvity. Kvory man, tliroiitrli 1 lit. Ii-nth .ml
Lrcinllh i Iht luml. tttio lot ImoI link, ami who run
hut p't on in tha worlil, ahonlil laj in poMHuaioll of Ills
Hornni-oiM'. itml Kft Pr. itiiiihiior.
Written Opinion tf bia Futuro Pros
pect in Lifo.
" w'" 111 m tu wiihli, I'liiluniro, htmI lionnr.
1 i iiniiMUMitt ul pHui iiM ti, wiio wi-ru iinliihiiiiiti iiimI iiii
iniTeaHl'iil in tln-ir luiiiiii'iw niou wliotvorkcj htinl, ami
who alriimlnl mininl ailriraliy nml iiiMiruimi tho
lirt'iltfr flirt nl thrir Iiiim, .ml tvhn ImiiiuI Hid moro thry
i tusilnal tln-m: Thvae meii pit Jlr. H.iiliuil'a wiiitan !
' 'T,i , . '" , " luJW
who wiwly Ii.IIovmiI )r. Jtrtii liut-t a ir It hv are now
,,.. . '
iumi, uorri! anu subb&sst vii
ft i tH tdolr iiiulcrlakiimH; wlillo llm- v)i wi-ie MimM
ly (ircjiulfn mi -I ij.'iMHiiiici', iiilfttnl hit fnlko aiu mill
luboriug Btjnlut ulvt'il'y and iotfljr.
Ito UHSMIVtl
WEALTH, EMINENCE, AND GOOD
LUCU
within the riwh of all. ir yon wish to he rich n
...in ....u..i. i.i i-..
O'M I'JJou n in vuiiniii, unu uiau.
GOOD NEWS for the AFFLICTED.
: He luta the Kill, anil run tell the affllctitl the rumo ol
thi lr diseiiKn iiii'I niiII. i inir. Ho inn nlo till whitlnr
Ihoy rail lie curnl or uul, thila anting the ulllktuil both
Uoiihla nnd fxKm.
I t'onanltKthina dmlr, Sunday. eiccliO. Ofllce liotm
from III A. M. to 6. P. M.
All iiiterviewaarealrli lfy filiate ami fonlliloiilial.
Therefore we any, go 0110 1 go .11 1 nnii couaiUt
DR. RAPHAEL,
Tho Actrolorjer of the 19th Century,
NO. 221 EAST MADISON STREET,
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
GO" rersonM inlorvieffs granted to Gonllomon only.
All buiiuciu with
LADIES
to be don. by latter.
VIVrioni nt illntnnro may eonimnnlaite conn
dkmtiai.lt hy loiter, If they Incloae ONK Ulll.LAH, for
Cooaiillatlon Fiv, In each letter. All letter., ciunniu.
Iticntlona, .nd Inttrvlowii, are atrictly privatu uml con
tlilnntial. No aii'tror will be plum tok'ltura uuluw ono
dollar ia lix-haml an a Coimiiltation tie,
Aildreaa all lotltra u fullowa :
DR. RAPHAEL,
BOS NO. 273, POST-OFFICE,
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
Let tt be clearly nn.
iIpikIaoiI that the prlre tinmrd as it coiimillatinu fit, y
for a roiisullallon only. It Uoua uot iwy for the Diwtur't
written oiiinion of your future inmnvla In llfo. It ilooi
not juiy for wiunliix tho .ITrctiona of Iho oiite ivx,
nor fur the i-on-iHiiinalinii or a happy niarTiatw, ltur fur
lining miy other biiHiiirMi nniiuil in Ihe above nilrrrliaa
Int nl. The Doctor hiu a llieil prlio fur iloliiK iarh wva.
rale buahieaa. In yoiircniiHiiltatiou with Iho Horror, you
Irani how yon ran nulla) the fond Impo imirrat your
licurt; yon .re told bow you can Ket .11 you wmit, anil
how your bn-iiicsa ouuht to he done mi that It cen mil
fall. Ilo will forrtill what ia your UKSTllNlf. In abort,
be will tell wbnt ia Ix foru you, etc.
Cantion to tho Public.
T)r. V. ltapha-l, the Antroloiror, liaa no connection
with PHOKKfjSiJB or Dr. W. M . Kaihoel, or w itoany
oilier gi'iitlriii.u of the aaino uaiue.
"('ut thi, lotvorlhemeiit out. Whim ynn ronie,
bring it with you and ahnw It to the girl who opvua rti.
door. To prevent mistake, auk to
SEE THE DOCTOR HIMSELF1.
Let the afflicted read i
And learn th:it . perfort and rnilleal cure Is wurruntrd
.ml Kiktraiittvd to all who are iilllirti-il with wi'iikuena,
debility, nervona coiupltiiiita, meliiii'-hoty thoulita, il.
prraHiou of apirfts, distnM and nngnlsli of mind, loa.
of sleep, loaa of memory, lima of euericv ami uiiiacular
liewor, puny growth, wuxliuc away, nud a want of run
ihlonco in thcniielt-o, fafntinft tim, convuldivo trviu
blimra, imnotniiceanildlHcii.t of lifo.
. II K A It WHAT TUB MKIUCAL TllKSS SAT9.
Some phyairians reipiire to Ihi told the nature of your
dlteiui- the KNGI.I.SI1 UUTA.NIU PUY8VOIAN dor.
not. IHn perTvct knnwleil of tho human syutem?nahlei
him to drecribe the disotut'. without any information
from the patient, to explain ita original cau-e, nod to
Kuarautee ft. cure. Ana, what I. more valuable still, ho
will honestly and frankly tell whether you can In cured
or net. All hia communication, and interview, .ra
trietly privat. aad oonsldentinl. .lniral JoarHtf.
The liutauic ltenirdic. of Dr. Itaphai'l, tho KhkIUIi
Itotanio Phyaicbin, never failed yet to niaVe . iterli-t,
radiral, uif prmanent cum of ALL PU1VATK, Sri'
CIIKT, AND VKNKHKAL DISEASES, without ihe uss
of Mercury, withoet biuderanco froni busineita, and
without frar oT diacoTary or nxpoaure. No deadly pol
una, auuh aa nraenie, mix vomica, opium, or .ny other
poison., ho mercury nor.ny dendly niliieniluothiiia;
but purely Vegetable Uotanteal liemi'diea are uaed by
Ibis wonderful Itotanic i'liynii iuu. Ills Ilotanlc Heme,
lies Det er yet tailed to cure the moot obstinate and the
uiiait daugerons caea, and to remove all n'.ercury and
other iinpuritin from theayateio wbeu all other Itemo.
dies lied failed. Meithmi Jovmal. . ,
flOlii) NKWS FOB HISOLK MEN C0NTlOJ.ri.AT.
INO MAUHIAOK. Hear what tho llaltlumro rurreJ
aondeiit of the Oddfellow, Uoonslioro, Maryland, auld
vn Thursday, the.Mut of May, ISM):
" Niiiueniua curea of diseaaea canned ty early fndlarre.
Hon having been performed by tlio Kiigliih liotauic Phy.
airian, I feel it my duty, having . knowledge of thiiii,
to atate the fact, beKetlDg that in doing no I may do a
service to the eotrrrifig. Oneenae in irliculur thai
of a young man tu this city ia worthy of nolo. He had
become the victim of . habit, the mere allusion towhicb
etuae, . ah udder, and after yeara of antTerintcand doctor
log gave up all hojiea of recovery, lie wiMied to marry,
ml wa. dearly beloved by a. aweot . girl as ever hued
worda of anection, but liewaa fearful, iinrvous, and pViai
tratmi. lie dared not wed on. account of the shattered
elate of bis syatem. Unsought relief at the handa of the
Botanic rhysician, .ud, aalouiahing as it may seem, all
th. bloom .nd vigor of youth baa relumed, and b.
now the h.py father of . pair of bright boys."
Any who are .unVrlng, no matter what their com
flslut, can call on 11m liotauic Phyairian confideutially.
rely relief. Ilia
Vbyy may at
ho. SSI EAST MADISON STREET, CHICAGO,
. ILLINOIS.
1 ff tfidthl.
Elaiiks Justices
THE YOUNG WIDOW.
S!ic is nioucs'., but not, bnahful
Free anil ewy, out i';ol tobl i
Likian apple, ripe and mellow,
Not Inn young nottuuolil. '
Half iiiviiina Iiik'f
Now u.lvoiiciii;;, ami now uliy,
Tliero is niiudiief n tier tiiinplt,
There in tlan";:: in her rye.
Klie Ims gtuuieil liumm nilnri1,
Site is rTliDole l in all the una,
Sl:eh)8 Uki'ilJieruipli'tiM,
As l!i mislress of it-' heai Is.
Sin etui lell I lie very; inoin.-nl .
U'iien lo !gh uml when tnsmi r:
U i! u niitiil is SDinoliines elurmin,
Out n widow ull the while.
Aie (()ii mml? hnw very ecrimis
NV li i:er IkiikI ionte Ittee become.
Are you anjjry? S'.ie Is vrelch?il.
Lonely, lrienilless, te.irfu! dumb.
Are you ui'nhtiil! Imw her hiuhti r,
Silver fuuiiiling will ring oul, ' '
Shceiin lure.uml caich, mill jifny yen,
At the unijlet tliCs the Uout. ,
Vet ul I b;ieln:lon f forty ,. , '
Who luvo (irown 81 Uihl uml w ise1, ,'
Yutnikj liiifrxans of Tvenly.'
With your I'tvul icks in yiinr eyes.
on nny pr uMiee ull y ju Icist.in s
Ta i:it by Unpi I ini:i! ih.j lull,
Unt I know u liitle wi.low,
Tli t co il I win nn I luol ymi nil
[From the New York World July 3.]
Logic of the Declaration
of Independence.
TliC Tribune, liiikiciultnt, nml
other Int.liii iu'vsmierti ul" that
tiuii, l.av'i! Si'Uikled in nilv.iiico tlio
kcv-tidto nf iin'.'iy lliuit-iiiini Fonitii
!n July ornfiuiis to lie ti-l i vcri il liy
llopiiiiiitMN --it u rj In morrow. T'l'lie
.s;il)sl,ii cv ol tli m i uriiiiiiii.s, if he
'jiJmoo ti Midi j iirnuld is tnlttii, will
joiiiMst ol ilic iktiliictinn nl in.'i;rp Bill'
r lu litjiu tli. liinj.'iiii'jy nf tho IX c
lariitioii ol' Inde o.iiiK-jiw, us tliu:
All iiilii are cv ittwl ttjuitl; llifivlnre
in ii Di u tire llju i-tjuiiltf ol wliitu hut.:
, mil in whnu un n vnU;, tho iiri viii-iry
t'.iiiiu'i lii ilon ied io nt'vi.t-'s witln-iit
ilyii.g in thr; tvjtii o( tl.o Dmlnfii
'I Lis nionincii, rct'niinly so tri
uml li.ti.t. id withiiiU I'urtju r ii k-9 j it,
o-.iu iii' cl. own tliitt T I . injii'rlio'i thnij
.Ii IIKIi lilt! ITl'ik'il 1'1'IhI. Wilj u
tl Willi ti e sa.ini iiit'pn 11 10 ul on nn
1 1 ii 111 Mie iJt cini'iii .011 of hsolejii'iid
eiico, thai i, iiK iil'. d ro it by I'r.e nd
voi:a".'f of ileum ii.lfr.i:."'. That it
a not, may be pioven ity various
wujjhly coIlsiiltlatiolliS, BJI'IO ul
s Inch we will set down.
(.):! tear rgo, nt a litt rnry and
hittioricrtl niriotiiiy, which the na
tii. 11 tl anniversary renlured timely,
we showed by a copn ui cita'ion ami
0 .J ilioii of piissnges, p.rrani d in
p r tiiel columns, th.it the Joctrinul
pi rts ol the Declaration were hor
rt'Wet!, in utibbliinc", from the second
part of Locke's "Treatise on Govern
ment," the jirccibO phraseology of
Loke being cloiCy lollowed in all
the cardinal thvi.ohts. The other
pints of the Declaration consist of n
recital, in compat t language, of the
various giievances alleuetl by the
coltiiiibts as the groiimlK of their sep
aration Inun the motlur country.
it is the only doctrinal parts of the
Declaraliou that we aro ever referred !
to 111 any recent C' ti roversy; ind
these, as we showed last year, are
entirely borrowed from Lncke. con
taining no Men which ia not uiven in
almost precisely the same langusgo
uy I11111.
The trim purport and intention 0!'
tlio doctrine ol human equality, as
promulgated by JeUerson, must
bo Muglit in Locke, Iroin whom
ho borrowed it, and who dTscourses
on it moro nt length.
This part of the Declaration has
a . I
been regarded by eminent men as an
excrescetise. John Ad mas, who was
tho committee with Jtflerson.
professed to admire it as a "flight oh
oratory." Kmiis Ohoate character-1
ed 11 iis consisting 01
1 . .... e u. t
is consisting of "vague and
ing generalities " The logical
of .Mr UHilfouu coulu discover,
glittering
mind
iu it no peitiiiciicy to the purpose ot
the Declarari'in, alleging t iat it for
med no part of (he grounds ol our
separation Irom Great Dritian, which
grounds were the breach of our char-
dreil privilegte, and tho specific
grievances rehearsed at length in the
tiibriqiuml parts of the document
the logical connection ot JeOerson's
iLotiyhta cauuut bj very obvious, ' or
bodies-politic are formed, aro origin
011 allv cnual. Thu colomiti weio aUmt
Ithtiiju aliiu iiiea; woiil 1 I'.avuiorcjiv--
ed it., t And ort tho fatso sot tlio argu
ment, TJ0lbiiij could, '.indeed, .; suc-n.
iniire irroltivdnt than - to aesioii the
InafuraUquaKty 'of !mcn as & iX;C ion
1. .. . V il . 1
itji sii'juuiii;. BlK'giaiiCO? ll ..D aC-
kiiowitdgutl govuriiimnf. I .
;Tlio oliBCdrtty oi tho , logical coitr
necllon in tho oit'nii aiarapli of
tho Declaration, rettjlU . from, tliu
uceaswy brevity of an iniruJaetroti,
aip from want of familiarity , in ' tliu
roJidar. .iyit.li ilm adiniiud rrontiso
, wW!i.dcUiooJiirtiU attetniitod
to copdeiieu into a few si'ittiiioi-.
The equulif averted hy l.imko was
tX.'llllll t
111,. - . .
tain 11 ny nun an iiirtaiuniL' oti v
to that liypotlmtical "etato of niituro")
snuposod lo piucuJo tlio cutrarKre of
men liito civil ancatv an umalk'
which terinin.itecj vi:li ll,o oranzi
tion ot trovoimucnt. For L eke says
exprBsly, -that '"wen, uhui' limy in
fer into society, oivo up .tho inutility,
libyt'ty, and ixweusivu jioA-r which
they hud in a state of nature, into the
handd of tho socioiy, 10 Im no lar Jin-
pi:eeiJ,ofby tlio leisl.ittira aa thj j
oud 0. the society bhal! ritp.iiru."
no auuieiiiiuii, oenevin in 11 1
I. ..-...'I. !,.'.- f.I.. I . 1 r ' 1 I
I.VI.VV....1 , rtni mm iiooiiity, Micriu
CUiy not, w iui'.'iit riell-conlraauti.Mi,
bays bilitved that all men aru bom
equal in a stato ut civil society. Tiiu
Dociuratioii ot Iiidopci'donco, which
horioweil from him both its doctriuo
and lanpiiite, must havo intor.ded it
in thu same sense, or it would have
"-ort. full of sjlf-coulrudiction in
throwing off alleaianco to the BritUh
crown on tho itro.uud that tlio kinif
hud abus-iU hid powr. . Ji'ter .reu-v.
tiii 11 lou caiahyuo ol some tiiirty
j.h.'teft ftcts of oppression, llie
Declaration jous on to s.iy: "A
prince whose character ia . thus 111 ir
ked b every net which n:uy delina u
tyrant, h iiiilit lo be. thu ruler of a
iree pcoph.;v
This laiiL!ii:i!jj, nud tlie w.lio'lu of
tho lono; eniiiiKntl.ii Vhico precedes
. ..1 1 1 . . 1 ' ' t ' ,
11, cieariy implies (nai ii Hereditary
prince may 'do a l'it'inato ruler. It
wag hot betausj ihe English inoimich
win boi u a kintf, but Uc.uido he had
alini-lii(rfnjtVor. that alleiriance
was iL-cl.ired' to bu dissolved. But
if. in a state 01 civil eocioly, a man
can he born a kin, it h c car that in
ihat state all men are not politically
1 qual by birlh. If, thereloiv, the
i!iii:ti i!ii! ol
IXeiamlioii
man 1 quality in the
1 to be conti feed
at 1 idly, it in 111010 than irrelevant; it
11 iiKi u Hie introduction to that docii
j merit coi.radict the 'tholo teiinr of
its 6ubsitiiiiee. which implies thr.t the
alleoiaiifc ot tlio colonies was riht
nilly i'u to Kiny Cieoryo until he
"rosily iibiirj. d liiu heieditaiy iimh
"lity. . ( ', , .. .....
hi wlmt Ceiiee. laeli, wae il ciennt
lo he HB-itriod, in the Declaration,
that ''all men me creati'd equal," -1'reci
.-ly in the seri ie of Locke, and
in no ol..'i, Locke, in the latter
part ot his treatise, dvyellc, at coiioid
omblc it iiu'th, on the cames by which
a government may he dissolved, in
cluding abuse-, of power by iho prtoco
among them; and ho asserts, over
uain, that the cjiifoq'ieco of such
dissolution is to remand society back.
to that "'state ol iiaif.w in which all
mon aro equal. This was tho prom
inent itlea in Jeil'erson's mind, when
he set down to dralt tho Decluratioii.
Uy tho acts which ir. was his train
biidinc93 to recite, the kin had dis
solved eie of allegiance, and tho peo
ple of the colonics wtru thereby ro
fiianded to tha' ft ate of utture in
which all men pre equal to one un
other, and in virtue of which. vhen
tliey ora.iizi themselves into a new
political society, that new political
society becoim t tho iquo; of every
other. . Locke's doctrine of the equal
ity of men in the Btatoof nature, was
made by Jt'Uer.sbu the ' connecting
link between tl.o dissolution of the
old government, and the constrrjction
of a new independent body-politic;
which became the equal of. every
oilier in virtue ol the priuciplo that
men. tuo materials out of wh'eh
num. tho materials out of
to uhbs from a condition of inferioii-
ty and dependence to one of tonality
- . . . ".
tuo iium ui ussuiuoiz, icorut. iil'oo
the original equality of all men in ,th
that "s'ate ol nature" to which tho
culonies had been remanded by tho
tyranny ot tho English govetu
ixent. In this view alone, that part of
the Declaration' is neither irrelevant.
uor iuconsiatutit witli'tho whole tenor
among the nations of the earth, and,
in Jefferson's logic, tho claim to this' n
national equality which ve were on':.,
vV'ho iid'.iitod it, rrjuirod a jirootMty
:t?uali(ication fur tho elective Iraii'cl'ise
of the docuruaiit, which u ftiiizw
tho rightful authority of a; just prince.
mo efi;,iiiity m.'Biit is tlio eomil tv
of rami in attatool dataro nntfce
tlc'nt to nov.tjt nuieiit, hii . q mlity
which reverts wtitMiuv-ur a p.vrrt
inent is didsolvod: and trom this 'nr
Iiiinul iqnaljty of men u il.'i.if., iim
reoulrin iijualily oi iiidu;ieiitlont
j cli V'ch! couimiiiiiiiea. Tlij'.' wliolo
ductJUiu. is tHken t ., from L'iokt';.ninl
no,6t'Iicr 1'olilicAl c-juality is laoht
in that author. :.
: That the DocWirnmnfid not tni-an
to a99frt thu iioluionl 1 quality ot all
nun i:i a s'ato of political eocifrv, h
. . - - 1
uvt-. .M.t Irmn 1 ln rn-r tt.i
lino saiici.oiiiMi nei;ro el i very, it is
certain that they huJ no thought ol
piiblibhinii to tim world a coiultiinna
tion of their own institution an I
prttetices. T ie iVaiiKid of the tVd
eiv.l tJoiistitutinn had not ad annul
lii'von l tho Jo";rino of L'ck'.1'ng
1 . .
.'inhodiod hy Jc!J ; r i;; tho Declar
aiion o.. Independence. They tli,
not stand on iho eijii.litv of individ
11 ti 1 moii, lint on tho eiiu ility n'. or
.. . . I J
tfanirjii political societies.
?i)-i e
eitijiis of t':i republic, liavn more
than thirty times the weight in th
benato of the United , States, and 1.1
umendinj tlu Constitution, that is
possessed by citi.-.o'.nj of oilier States.
Whether all nun t)hr.!l bo individual
ly equal under theatt; Kovoruiiient
is leltlotho t'tates themselves: hr.t
they cannot bo made so uifder the
Federal governtu'int eviihout itcum
1,ilere .Bubvorsinr'. ; Those who advn
mh ncfiru sultVa;;o on. the -i urotiud
that all men aro civnted " equal, are
bouud, 0:1 tha same priuoiple, io
advocate thu 'Vt;tlll!hito..uon,,, ol
the citiz .ns of New Vt; t li.v plviiijr'
to tlio btato at fort ' ten additional
fiwiiatorfl, co thai a. Hew Votker may
ue the jieliticul t qiinl or a New Eu,;
luudcr. !
A Merited Rebuke.
,
.deceived by contemptible demagogues
l0ir,u whoso txfraordinacy interest
.,,,. ,.. lin.fl ni.1lAl.
h it-AUl) IV laKTL'ftNKIi SOLMKR-I.
'il'.c uiiders grind, reiurned ohlii:rs,
have pimiii with reret, that the pro
posed Festival, to be given to the
returned s.ddieis, on the 'Fourth ol
July at Washington, ban tummied
nn exclusively partem character.
While we would have rejoice I at th?
opportunity of meeting with our
coir.rads in arms, on the approac..hg
anniversary ol our in dependence, an I
to have txclu'.nged mutual coignifu
littioiis on tho restoration of peace to
onr bleeding emntryvwo cannot en
dorse by onr prosenca tho ' grosn
insult otlered tj ourlath :u, brothers
find Ireli'.els in civil lite, who are
'identified with tlie Democratic pirty,
ftn 1 who aro excluded Irom par'ici
pining in tlio proceedings. .AVhen
ws retr.ember the thousands' tf 1 our
Democratic follow sokiiera;' whose
blood,, in jcoinilum, with1 that ; of
iiepublicims. ttiiincil every battle
field, from Dull Liun to tho ouireudor
of Lee's army, we cannot but express
our surprise that a .few- politicians
sluuihl Mtompl to heo us on the
occasion o.'ou'r return to onr homes
for partiztn purpurea, whatever
others may do in tho pren isos, we
cannot lend ourselves tj such au
nnwpr'.hy ,eohir.ie.. .1
. Wo clip tim above froift iho WusA
inylon (It.) fiaeieio. t is signed
by 52 returned aoldiers, an 1 it is a
merited and severe rebuko to r. sot
of stay at hotno Juvnlisto, who have
coti6iderui the soldiers their special
political capital to bo used as their
selflih ends may require. Their
Iicpe3 were high at:d nont'dent, as
were their threats and bo ists as what
would becomo of tho Democracy,
when tho sjldiers returned. -i
unt, poor devils, their
wrought hepeo are fast crmnbli..r"tol
1 1 O
noor dev. nt. uir ii or 1
tho dust before their oyer, for on the I
return 01 me Banners to tneir uomesi
ard friends, their good settee ooon dis
covers that they
have been basely
. . . .
in their welfare ceases,, the moment
.
aro loyt
nce wnlical ends.
availublo to ad
Dut what aperatcg a9 tho most ef
fectual eye opener to the "loya in
Dluo," is, that on their return hoinp,
they liriu these particular and exclu.
';.,..,..,.. ,,f tha nLV,rf Intl.
lo Uicui very congenial work ol
,
endeavorin,,. to provallutt t thu vtgvo
,r0op9 be!ons.. tld c.idU .f .nii(fn
- .... . ' "f nv-c.
wiiitoeliers1 aro ; rloietter tbai)
nrgt;: and only- by tl&'wf et Vif '
iwijroa can the Union .',U, proper..
[Ohio Eagle.
i.-t' ii -
fD?4ikd iyts entered tho a-
1
loon" 1 h.v' itiiuir ' Ji'oftlV TInAiter,
,A l1', 5 "lU'd'li-J' la-it h.k "ti
liriiTiiTy Jittt l-foru 1 'VnurderuJ Mp,,,
Lii.C'iln, and inq iired of tlio ; bar-
kl,t!iK'i: ' ..;,' . :
I hive you thy same IkiitTe pr, itat'id
out of which 15 .oth drank on' tUa
ni'lit of the Msartlillatio,
l est, d r.
Ill
"Ami ihnM!wio :,t.i;;i!j in iW '
"Y.. nil- " ' '
1 1 B"" ,1..,. , ! ,
"I an 1 have a drink of thkt imaa
brarw.'y' out of lh tl smne boilK ?"
.. 1 .1 ; ' 'Mil
" 1 i'K, sir, ' .
tV havo it."
The visit r tastes the ' biandy,
makes a wry 'aoi-, and eontiiuies: t
'Ami t'hiitV U10 ta no brandy that
Booth dr'Af'
Ves, sir."' " !; i -
' 1V1II, 1 don't wondi r that ho liil-
led the l'resident A driuyf that
brandy wuhld make a mau kill hit
grandiuulu...
I
(C7A 1'ortiiut'Po shdemakfi' nstStl
to -i hiH who a' s"Vcrb Hoginf,
every inouth, jut belure be went to
eonl't Rbion . ' a beiii( asked tho
rea mn of tlrj.pioC't'i'din, ho- VOtyUod '
that, haviiiai a r meiUory; lift toolc
I ti iti method of telreshi;i(;.ltl'1 as hii
wife. whilo iirtler tho' CHstljatitifJ
wnst'ui'o to remind 'It mi of alt ' lis
sins. ... V
Did the Negroes Do It All?
Havo thenegnes, diirmg the wHiY
tloiie no very much In ttei"thanv w'nita
soldiers "that' they 'ehoiild Tecelva'1
special lioiiori ami priviflegi B,' whihi
tlie whites are injected? The At
olitionifts prop mo' lo" confer 'tl
elective frimehise upon rvi'gro Boldieri'
is reward for thoif ,y -gallantry an4
Iienism, but tney jil-Vef think of in
any way honoringTlnl ' white Sildier;
Did the negroes do alt t' the figlitin;
tl nit they deserve all ihS rrfwnrdi Or
did not tho whites asist the ngroe)
a I t'tle in putting down the rebell
ion! .
Tho wliolo negro ' race is tt) bo'
specially honored on accoutil of thj
services 01 a tew negro Boldiers.-
They are to hav the right to vote.
Why xi oes o Abolitionist prowaa
to confer tile right to vote on wliito'
soluierj under twenty one? Wera
they not as bravo as' tho negroes?
Aro they not as intelligent? Miit
the njgro Uavtj all the reward ami' all 1
the glory ?s if no whites had evur
[Woodsfield
Spirit of Democracy.
[From the Chillicothe Advertiser.]
A Lesson of Experience--
Military Commission in
England.
Iir 1GS1 a so called Military Com'''
mission usurped the povvcr of a Court
of Justice, mid pr-eteilded to try tho
king, t'bai !co I, of Idgh crime and
niisdei.n -anors. Tho acciiRsd waa
denied the privilegoof an Eigifsh' '
m ill trial by jury; and the benefit of '
tho yrit el-ltabeaa Corpus. It was a
tribr.nr.riiko that which rkcn$ly at
at Washington, ''organized to Cpu-
vict." By it, of etn:ri, the king vhi ''
found guilty autr e;:eentedrft' Ma'uv
years passed away, and the'then who.
iat on the' Cmnmiesrt5, "hoped that '
it had b' en Icrgotteii. Dut the Eng
lish law does not readily forget suck
Artw f'"'" ;?r9 '.ia(! eIaP90Jd. tuo" :
Until if llllal 11 imiMO.iinlt ntrl ftl..!
nauipiiun nou universal iioertv. -r
litigators, wcro sent for toil tfttefwy
most parts of Iho eiirtli, 'Tlreyere
taken and brought baek td England,
ana tried tor-murders "ihey were
convicted and hanged in churns.- Iir'
deed, so far as-they were pursued hy
tiio popular vengeance, that thosa
who wcro deceorsod had their bodies i '
dug no, and their' morildering bones -
espused wpcKi the gibbet. Tlmre was't
an amneatv fot- almost cverv tifTuniwa-'
but that of taking ti- Eng'toliman's
life without iirjcese of law,' and de
priving iiiru of all the ' guarantees of:
I'oimer liberty. It has been sakl hat'
11; story is jjhilosophy, teaching by
ex.iuji'lo.

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