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NO NOKTII. NO SOUTlt. UKDEIt TIIK CONSTITUTION, BIT A SACKED W A INTENARCX OF THAT INS.TJI I JIlM AM THE U:IO
M'AKTHUU. VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, DECEMBER 28, 1805.
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PCDLI'HED BVKRY TUCKED iT BT
E. A. & V. E B R U f O N
0 F F 113 E
l rattan' E I'ldni? 6!W f U Cioit
lluue up Stii rs
TWltlS, C AS ll.
Th Dkbv will ho wnton year for one
Dollar; and fifty emits; Si Month, for Sov-at-tW.uiou;
t'in diMitln, for Fifty U.uts.
" ' FST All pup.ir will b d'mciiiuinueil at itv
Kliimtion of die time puM f'T.
TEIIM3 FJlt ADVKP I'HIJJti.
On Square one lncrtion,
t-fcrtif JilUjoal intoriion,
Noiioe of Hppointn.eii' ot jt utn
ri, Guardian and Kxaoiitnra , 00
Attachment wiliuaH bfor, , P, H,''()
Editorial notice, per lin. 1''
Ysurlv aJvurtiioneiiU will bolivl
p.r o iIh no par annum.
AnJ In proportioiiiita ra.0 for len Ihjo
column, ami fur lust time.
Tan lina million el)r.l is on iqjre,
and all A'lverti.niK'ii'.H r I Ik;I Notions moil
pi, id in a.lv. ico.
l-tiT I'll abnvol rmxmuM haionp1il I'll
tofAtlpnymoo ( must ht mik.1i) to tho I'm
pri itr, a. we liu it no 'ent.
The Democr a Jo! Oliicy.
W are prcoara 1 toairrni w th ntiiA.sM,
impaled an I at priess v' t il.ify cumputitiun,
all kin. It of Job Work, jujli
i'A Ml 1 1 LETS,
BLANKS-if nil K!NIS,
LAI' ELS, &c.,&c
a tin trial aid beoonviucnil lliot w lean
B'i viill .iJ j -ntti Ki lio.ipjr fur Cash, tin n nj
lur u,'.ul ii ill a. ui i n tt,;B3jo'.tuu ui jo m tr)
I. C IKSTAB LS. V.fL. CONuTABLF.
Athfiis, O. Mcrilmr, O
AltariM j at l-a'-v.
' McArthur, Oliio.
Will at'en ' prompiiy to til busings m
trusted to thinr care, iii Vinton mi'l
Allium C-iunl it's, ur dnv of tr.,1 Courts of
the 7tli Ju lici il Disiricl, mnl in lh ( ircuit
mi l DN:ri.:t cnur'i of t!i-i Lr.iiieJ S uU'i.
fjr tlitf Sjutlier.i UUiri.:t of Olii.i.
Clainn 'ugaiiist tlis (iovi-r im'iit, Pon
illH. Bniitv mil U iCn jl iv cilieo.icl.
Oct lO'.h'lSfjj -hr
Attar n-nv t U r . i J
KgAp uv Ohio.
HjIhj lieoniml by the 1'. 8., for tlio )ri.
I will ottunl io till pr.no.'iili'in Himeo'lujiioii
el'o.'if .lnjrii!ion of ijluioi mtullmt tl
IJo'it.;! S'.it.n.n 1 1 o.i'.oof Oliio, liiuluJiiig th a
Vuri'i ritnl uluim.
il u.ilii! ii 1. 1 rrn.iraie f I'uy
PENSION fir oo lo I im 1 .lirtihla-l sol
Jiora u:i 1 !i inn. iin.l f or tlin hir nf nnMii-r
nil atiioii .vli i hr.'.: .In' I Hid b.--n ki'.li'.l in
llu rrii!e. lwoiill,y to my IriuinU. tla'
hai!l o'tD'i 1 pro n'.ly '.o tli'j.r Uanii.ii uml
m id ira'. i Wroi,.
J.m i I ;t i I -i 11.
A. Ui'.' H
B R A T T 0 X
AUCII. M .Y;
AUorncys at aw,
M.-AIiniUU. VINTON 0... ().
W I I.L attcn 1 to nil lotul b iinM intru.totl
ti tlnir viri in V'i it ni. A'li io., Iiij'.;sj!i, Kos-,
Ili'Vuif 1 1 1 i lioi'ii ii e'o it'u...
. I'ariioiilor aUontio'i ifivon to tlia collaclion
rf sol lior c iti in f r 'jiii i'i. K iiuiiim. -le.irn
i f pnyifc) , a iimt ihn Luit' .l S utiiior
IlL'.o, In Mu ling M irif.ui raid uluim.
April 1-ith IsiiS. br
jiniis house. .
BIr. Josts has piirclnspil ilie Old I'ly
t'. oi all lloiiie. ii til flin njjrt-d its n u no
ubove. Tlif II iii-e liisbfii ro lr. u I h In I i . I
i iinw 0-n for liie rvccpiio.i nl tlie publii-.
It is on tin; wlmif, u hi'aliliv I icntimi, und
no puns mil be pp-ircil in nnii t'.f stU'
vtsiiors at Ill's liou. nil ilifv can wis i
Clmies low in the linics will iifl'uid.
June 2!)ih 1805 -fimo.
.COS I) K :,.ti.i
A IS VlllNNKIt 111 l
PHYICIAM AN ' S JU i
Will aUtf.id prompt!) a d lan-fuiiif to
the praC'ice of their pr--esiio,i in all its
rSPKCIIi ATTENTION GIVEN TO
n. 6th. 1805. 1!.
W. J. WOLIZ,
X uiUy Cl ofis,
Jcsticeb Blanks. P.lank Dkedi:
etc. fosll demiption8k'r6alet.ttlii..Vl'-,A;.-M
[From the Marietta Times.]
Proscription for Opinion's
Proscription for Opinion's Sake--The Law Trampled
Upon, and a new Test for
Upon, and a new Test for Teachers Imposed--"Our
Standard," &c., &c.
usurixT. . '
l:i..t.hil n'"hu we assume that
Aboi.t ibur weeks ao, We pub-
lislietl this paragraph :
Oitmx (iooiHin ii. of .M n -lillcld, At'ion
count v. 'oiiniiiiiiicati' to tin; Mf Arthur
Di-moViat, of tin1 Dili int tin; piirtii'Ultii
of what lie ihvuu h -InoUy I'i-upc," . ilr.
Oooilrifh ! a ti'.-.rlii'r by prol't-ioii. On
his w:ivto McAlttuir. .it'inl.i..-. Sioiir
4. hi' .-lopDiMl iiwhili' lit Vinto.i Still Ion. to
con lor with tV- Slnmt Dir.-lors ol (lint
ili-tvli't. Wi'nivi' tin- r.-: of Iho moi v In
liN own wonl-: --Tli- rhuiu i' -rcini'il l h"
" id. 1'ir tl'i'P) PiPl 1v t t si rontnirt.
u fi ' i'h'v I l'(li!'-lnl l .-upin u n iik iii
on thi' foltmv i:i if Moiulav. n- I w:i ivtimi-
1'ijT bom'. I found but t'.vool'tln'in M '-r-1
I'lmli-ritufl I'vy bu-ini'.-s having railed the
oth- r from liO'iio.
1 had talUeil with them -oiiie time ; tbey
had seen my eerti.i,'iile of iU iliiieaiioii.
a'ld Ihey a-ke I nio m l.'iv ille-lions eo'i
cernin'''iiiy nn. l 'oi' tv'aclii'ijr. Ae. There
iM'iiieil to be n-.iLhiii In tic way to our
m iKiii'.r ii eontraet, but still thi-.V In-1'" it'"!.
I knew not why. At I i t. one (Vi.'led the
oilier ii-iide: what they s:iid I know
but pre-euilv I was sum!u nied lo t
pr.'-"iiee. and 1 iterroitei llni: "Wliat
is your p'diiies ?' To lids I replied that I
hit I never voied. Hot beil'.ir old elionuli. but
that my lather w a-u ih iu:ierat. J " 1 1 i : i (bey
i-k: -. "Hnw do you feel about the I'iliou !"
I sai I that I had'nlways hi'en in I'avoi-nl'tlie
I'liimi. 1 Wii-tln'ii ii'sked if I would bave
Voted the 1 nion ticket If I eoiild have
voted. 1 replied that I smuld bave voted
for Morgan. Tu",v -aid. then, Ihey would
not hire Mirli n ' t-oii !
I told lliem that, my luisluei bei er
t'vihinjr. I paid bur little iitteniion to p"li
lie... ami lu I'aet allowed myself in say
nothing of parly politii-s whili' learhl'i;;."'
At I he same lime, we ollere.1
the riiljoinvl coi.uiK'iil upon the
r-.i far !.. fi i nl.-ieh. II" f cuw to b.'
surpri-ed at b"lia i i;' (i' I ' i Mil tors
itfor'aid. V.'e are not. Tiie-e fellow
mere'.; carried our the policy ofthe no-pa riy
pii ' They in i-t have' p ililtc ;n;-y
P '.it. : s. and of ticir own pr:y at ihu
timed Into every thine;, Tiiey iiie-l control
schools. ( linvehes. lyeeiiius. roller's aead -niies.
and I'll other in -a , by which the
'i bids of men. w omen and diil l.-. n eau be
in "ilded. No oriental de-potion Is more
I:.'. ibled in .-pirii. more n-picioii- in icm
hm', or i!n.i-e watchful lo reiari llsai'eldea
tal i p! its u uirped powers t'naii the p-sti-lenf
fa, r.o.i wbicli now lords ir over tin
latid. I'.. l' -i'i'f freedom as the ba -is of
l!e lr etc. 1. they yet inl-t upon the mo-t
odious uiai:n-of tyraiiiiy. and cinplov its
ni i-l iiil'ainoit.i ciiiiies iif w rony: ainlop-prts.-ioii
without sciuple. without remor-e.
and without shani '. l laliiilny: to be (lie
union" p irty. iieirs i- a spirit and a pur
pose which make the forurilioii of such a
I'ederal rn crain on as our fathers framed
an iiiip.isibility ; its peaceful admini-lra-tion
iinpraeiicabl'. even fur a day: and it
p'flll incut retoiatloil oueofllie most pcr
dcNilc; pi'iilileins of the lime. The triumph
of thee I'ulon" men .is 1'iey impudently
anil lilscly call tltcm-clv would have
as certtilniy. nay. more ceriaiuly. ill olved
tin- 1'ederal (.overnui" H iu lsji. ls;(i. )
or is.'io. as in l;i. No man can or will
deny this. Vet ihey haw the brazen'
cU'roniery lo ask uieu'wim iuconipara
1)1 y better than themselves how Ihey feci
about the I idon! -1' don." ind I! 'They
sowed strife in neiuMborhood-i. ilisturb.-il
the harm. my I coinniunily. broke up the
c iniily ofSf'i' -i. and nc-omli-hcd the !!--ruplio.i
of oery cliiirch in llie i-.tuoiry.
save out the (omau Catholic 'I'his i-not
in -itter t 1 cause niir sjfcial w oiidcr. either.
I'iii-i n.v ..i.i.i'ifenneddliiiii' and inloleraiicc
:lie si ro.iji cl.ai aetei i ii-i ics of ihc I'urilan
a;nl Ihe Aboliiionl-t have ill way wrou
jriit sueii inischiei'-. a:id will ever do so. Il
is purely natural for the p.-rveit-of t'.ie-e
ideas to'br I trouble They can't poibly
conceive of forbearance or toleration for
any but theiii-eh c-. Nay. -ueh arc their
bigoted, un-oci il nature- that, if left lo
their own society a little while, they would
pr.'-cntly devour cie!; other, from ihe
doml laliiiu of such a liracc of i'i latics as
tiie .M.-.si's. I'm ilor a id I'ry. Mr. i lodrldi
us.sii 'filly in etc a luckly c-cape."
3Iessrs. Pooler an 1 Fry now come
lorwar.l to ileleiul t!ieir inisconiliH't.
We are heartily nirreeil that thev
shall liave the hearing (hey ask (or;
even tlioiirli they ilo therehy ex
pose themselves. The coniinaiiic::
tion. here rerintoil, appears in tlie
McArlhur Dotnocrat of tlie Jth
Vixton SrATiox. Nov. 27. 1 !!!".
Kniroit I)r:.Mo;'it.r: A co:n:irinieatio:i
from Orriii ( lodrieli nppear.'d i i your
' "mill I-. not iirm sl ice. 1. 1 Hllicn nil'
writer freely criticised the acti.u of t ne
:ird of Hireetors. at (his jilaee. in dei li,i-
i i-ri avail themselves of his services as
t -aelier. At the tllll '. It v us I !iaiii;r;it best
to let it pass-un ioti I. as it deserved
takili into con.-ideratioii ihe source from
which it cam-, nut, as the subject
liecil n-ritated sixain in la-t w eek s 1):-iii:-
cr.it. a lew words of coinnient arc perhaps
his private ;.i:.tsis though he expected.
tluieby. to throw the K trth out of its orbit,
II- alt' !: Indi.t mtio i and surprise tint Im
failed to coiii- up t our sta.id.ird of ou ili-
il.-uio.is. j- need not.
Tiie question is si.runff. In his article
whether, th ' f.iet of his be.iriiijr at'. gi.inoe
ui a r-iet o 1 1 1 o h is simu i m i ;. ,i. ii.ni-.
ing hostility to tiie gover.im.-iit. diirl ig
e list M ir years. (..sipi i.i.I;m a inn t
t its ii teac hr? W ! siv. it dm-s. a id for
is , .ison. All traitors at tne Soiiu. av,
oi't'h political f.iitti. Alt their symoi-
t'ii.;rlii the XortH arc 1U br.-ihroit. N-i
linng. tnev iill lii.iiirn: are thev a I
i.ardoned. .hev'rei iiec is siavcrv-'thc
sum of all vi!l tinies" 1 mc a.vav. through
tne instrnui 'i.t ility oftim w ir. they heap
their in iledietioiis up in the nam ? of
I.in..iiln tmil ill. in. ii ii.i lilm iij ii fvi..i..l fn.il
Miupaiuy wuu in.'asoii, iiuins a man lor
any reasonable post.
Mr. GiMMlrloh is n hundred years behind
the hc He is no more comiH'teiit to teach
the youii.'. as they ouht to be taujrlit. than
Kip Vaii Winkle 'would be for president of
a rail-road company. A man is known,
ttto. by the company lie keeps. When
found "with those notoriously disloyal, and
apparently jrloryiiifr in their shame, nil his
professions of lovaltv are mere wind.
Loyalty, like female virtue, must be above
suspicion. None other is renuinc.
A sincere Patriot is fur his Country r:ic
and undivisiblc now mid forever. He is
frank and outspoken, mid thinks It not.
unconstitutional to say in thunder tones.
I love inv Country." and. like iiurU''
wlio have jjivcii Tuelr im ... their for
tunes" for its defense and irc.crailon.
prove bis faith by his works.'
This isihe-tutl'thal such men as Andrew
.lackson. and the martyred Lincoln were
ui .lc of; and of the same material are in id"
million- upon millions of loyal men. w ho
now hold hi their hands the destinies of our
reat. free, and glorious 1,'cpuhlic.
The Marietta Times, and papers of like
I sentiments, call Ibis jjival oversliadowiu:
I host that has jn-t completed the aniiihila
lio.i ofthe Co'nfederale democracy, on a
l'io.isa!iil battle-ticlds of the South. 'and by
(lie ballot at Ihe North, "a pestilent fac
llio:i." "Webster" says a faction" is a
parly di-liiij.fuished by opp itio,i lo tlie
I H ince. government or Stale. ' In tiie lijrht
of this dctiailioii who are the lactio.ii-l-'r
jt Is inip.i ihle to convince the.-e editorial
ow.'s. who have all been a-leep iluriiijr Ihc
la-l fojr years, that the world has moved,
and Is noiv sweeping onward in its inajr
i niliccnt orlili.
We expect tilt. Hi to wake up. without
dcla v. and clear aw av the cobwebs and dust
thai' obstruct their 'iiniii:il vi-ion. and. if
po ible. lo jret l heir eyes open.
Our nail in'' advice t'o Mr. (ioodrich. and
iho-eof like aire and in nipll-hini'iits. Is
to -Tarry at ilerieo. until their beards be
jrow u." '
We have thus, briefly, defended our posl
tio i, and avail ourselves of your periui ion
to u-e vour columns. We would be pleased
to Itavi' Ihe Marietta Times publish this in
full, and send us the number of their paper
lte-peci fully Yours.
JOHN A. POOLER.
pncain, -is was snown uy ins ceru
I! ! licilte and the V lliil so for no oilier
,vas,m than that he professed hiin-
, ... iii'Uivm it ti i
; '11 a DLMOt lvAl. Ihey deny
no fact material or immaterial
li:isi,iat Codrich alle-es ; Ihevtacitlv
, .. , . , , '
admit his whole statement as true ;
iliov avow that thev iroseribed
because of his political o:,x-
ioxs, and Jor no other reason ; and
i XOy purposely rest the whole of
! ( ': ,'lr)on this nne f liin
1" ". ,L,,!,e U.".,H nlS on,e Vin" '
In such Case, while tliep;ood citizen,
it come from those as narrow, i
rebcl i ,
; overbeannR, and as intolerant
It is proper to say in this place
thill we do ind propose, lo i.h idle
with the true functions ol
"Pooler" and "Fry" as school direct
ors. So liuio-as thev Keep to the
rules of conduct prescribed for
Ihein by the statuies of Ohio, (und
by common sense as well,) they
need 1". u' no impeachment from
any (planer. Yi- do not know
these men, personally; and we
attach not the leapt importance to
them as individuals. It is only in
so far as they bein; '-clad with a
little brief authority" embody
and represent the average preju
dices)!' abolitionists, and act out
the average meanness of .the fell
fanatics with which they are asso
ciated, that they can come under
our notice. Most welcome are
I hey to all that ihey may get by
it. ' .
We are not acpiainle.1 with Mr.
( Irrin ( ioodrich, either. We never
saw him ; we have, had no corres
pondence with him or his friends ;
and we know absolutely nothing
about the man, except what we
can gather from his letter to Tine
McAutiii i: DiaiocitAT. We espous
ed his cause for reasons which the
school - directors aforesaid have
made only the more manifest.
With his '-private griefs" we have
no concern. Put this is no "pri
vate" grievance, and "Pooler" and
Fry" should exhibit more honesty
and clearer sense than to stale the
case in i I' at manner. For they, iu
their o.-viriAL characters, dealing
with (ioodrich in his I'iioii:ssioxai,
capacity, took it upon themselves,
while acting as orneKits, to go be
yond the statute; to disregard and
override what the law lays down
as (he qualilications for a teacher
in the public schools, and, lo im
pose upon him a bastard test of
their own wilful contrivance. Thev
rcjocto l ( iooilrich
a suitable an-
, l 1 I
1p Iip democrat, or aliolitinnist. is
i.mnui 1(V pvr,rv- nrinoinlo nf rp il
i oouiui, oy e erj pimcipie oi real
loyalty, to side with Mr. Goodrich
, anJ with the LAw, it is not easy to
e i .1 i i ,'
see from whom these school direc-
tors can expect countnai.ce, unless
The School Law of Ohio, under
., e , . , ., '
tne orovistns ot winch these men
hold their office, prescribes with
KUfncient clearness the conditions
and qualifications requisite for a
teacher. "Pooler" and "Fry" were
bound to observe that statute, anil,
failing to do so, their action is en
titled to no respectful mention by
honest men. Opinions on politics
and religion are not matters for
nchool directors to pass upon.
If this were allowed at all, or even
Connived at, the Inquisition might
be" set up among us, far worse than
tUe' Wmntsh Inquisitorial .office it
. .11 H' . 1 1
".O'UU prove, e Jliive muiwu
"lo.Kil'' mid pious school tllrectors.1
before now, to place a professed
deist in charge of Ihe Union Schools
a populous village. In this case
"loy-al-ty" out-weighed piety.
ii...! ... . 1
vgain, we recoueci an instance
where a "loyal" board employed a
lii-itish subject a professed tory.iWe
and one who scorned allegiance to!
tie American (iovernment to lill
ares)onsible)ositionin the schools
oiii certain city, no w as, now ever,
as are most lories, an abolitioni-t-
, , . , . '
I., . . , 11r i ,
this was quite enough. Wcth-'the
cr a democrat could have passed,1
in ciiner instance, is ouotiut. e
know that when tlie conduct ofthe
iiueciois was assaneu in eacu case
.1.- - - 1 ...ill .
me answer iuaoe was, -we mm out
three things consider the litness
"ol the applicant, Ins moral charac-
"ier. ami tne tern s o airreeinent
i between us. J lie Iirst board, con-
seqt!.)iitly, ignored the deist. The.
second board ignored tho tory.:
jui .nessi. i wuiri una hi,
1..L 1 ... ..... k.l ...I t ,. .....I b,l....--T
..ssrs. "looler and "fry, .
inn U., h.li.f.f.l t1 L: I I I idl'Vi lltl.l,.
iv.-.uaiit iwuii, iw iiivu
own purposes, chose rather to ig-.
nore the law itself, and to rest'!
their decision upon a matter which
jis so grossly ami o ll.igr.'til'y at
variance with tlie intent and spirit
oi"ihe !.w lb,-.' on is astonished;
;.t their stupid audacity in aowing'
and dofendiiv." such behnvior. Kn-
! trust the school lav of (ih'n euac-
I t(M. he it remem! i ro'l. in IS5.L t,v
luuv. . aa t
" 1C . . .
IS)! by another
sliy, !'i the havds
li.ve "i'oo'.er" .nd
lliat law, we
thereby a nie :
oh lie dirtiest
and how long will it be until the
enactment is swept from the
'Fooler" and "Frv" sav: "He
(.ioodrich "a fleets indignation an
sm-prise that he failed to come up :
tiiOj'P standard of qualilicalionsiuuniration
"IJe need .not. The question is
sprung, in his article, wether the
"fid of his bearing allegii.uce to
ias shown such unre-
Anting hostility to the govern-
ni miring tne tasi lour years.
qualilies a man to act as a
aehor ? We say, it does, and for
"tiiis reason. All ihe traitors at
"l ie Mini.) areoi his political lailli. :
II lheirsyniiatliisers in thiNorh
e ins iireinren. cvc. v 1
A d then, begging the question, all j
al ng, like babies, they add: !
"Viewed in this "light, we as-;unie '
tli 1 sympathy with -ireason land,
I my assunie unit lo proiess io i,e a
democrat is "sympathy with trea-:
man lor any j
As they rejected i
iiiricn neciiuse ne wouni nave
i e l l . .. i ii i
voted for Morgan, if of lawful age.
wejiresunie this, too, "unfits a
nia, for any reasonable post," in
itho opinion of these deciples
o the whole of
aMm "loy-al-ty," t'.c
sullicient answer to
vVc., it is a
iv, that no i
mai., lit to ne ;n large among sanej
believes any such siulf.
"IVoler" and "Fry" themselves do
not. in their hearts, hold that to
which they have set their hands.
To Tote or, if not an elector, to
Lsay that one would have voted
for Cieorgo W. Morgan is, forsooth
"syBipathv with trefoil." and it i-
an olfense of such distinguished dye
that it biiliss a man for any reason-
ble jiost." This is tlie idea upon
which they confessedly acted in
the case of Orrin (ioodrich. Xow
let us see where their principle
"Ol'P standard" leads them. To
whom does their charge of "sympa
thy with treason," and conse lueu!
"unfitness for any reasonable post,"
a nr. Iy f Y by, to men who inf
ihdr own NKIGIIIiOPiS, to men
w.Ji wno:ii ti.ey make bargains,'
transact the ord-nary business
ol lite, and, with whom they
obliged to sfistain relation:', more
ir less intimate. A majority
of their fellow-citizens of Vinton
county, Ohio, at the last Stale dec-;
ui iiwn n nintiu vifiun. fi.-n, i:o
assisted to make up that ligui'e, Is
u-ox that AccorxT unlit for any
reasonable, post C Will they iin
of j peach Ex-Auditor Kichmoiid, E.
i A. liratton. or Andrew J. f'.waini a
iiokiing "sympathy with treason.'
1 and "unlit for any reasonable post C
purposely choose cut these
throe 11!mies' 1 ecause they have
; had the distinction of being sup-jdemocrat.
orteil for responsible daces hvi-Frv'1
democratic party of inton.
Now, we put it Vtiaro!y nyj
your "loy-al-ty," brother "Pooler"
or is yours, brother "Frv'- po
immaculate, so devine a thing as
which you sti-matize in your com-jto
are traitors, or you are'
slanderers. This isMhe is; u'. You
can not meet il. as we well know.
alN'either vourselves nor vnur i.nri v
majority larger tlian that d Oen-
cra Ja'ckson in Is-'U a majority
which, like "a great overshadowing
tion, saw lit to give their hiiU'rage
to George W. Morgan, "Pooler"
and "Frv" mean to im poach the.
moral integrity of thi majority, in
its aggregate of one thousand t-r''
hundred and sixty-eight
to so much as impeach one of the
litis, as "sympathisers with trea
son f" Have they, on eobor, re
flection, the hardihood to declare
that tills Tjotty oi'iio? latl i...n
..-!,., 1 ..1...... ,..... ...1
ii ... . .. ..
be "conuianv w nc i rrm oa -
. . i -----
ricn is "Known to "Keen to v. ir
Frv" do vol intend
to say that these rersons. or the
, . . .
e ectors who cast their I ni.'ots lor
them, are "notoriously
Do they go abiuf apparently
v orvim' n t r di.n.io
rtheir i orole-sions of Invite nre
mere mind," eli I D iymi seriously
purpose such abominable and
wholesale slander as w
...I .I. .111 1
w noiesitie siatitier as we nave Here
.... ...I.... .1.. - j 1
ur vtiiaiuo von mean: .iiii is
'o oe. "like ljma'e virtue above
0;i what meat do you feed ?
Paiiier- n-it!o Sirs you dare
not. no odds bow liinou'iiile no.!
reckless! v von generalize ' about
t',in vmi ioi. i ..r innu. i,.li
s!:::.'-'e eiuzo.i ol mion
a tniit ,ir, or as a "svmn.isl,
treason, merely Ler'i'ti-t1
:e AV. M.c;
an. nor yel be
tes the denio-
democratic party. We challeiiire
you to do it. Name your men, 'lie
parties you deem to be g.ii'.ty per-j"1'11'.1'
sons, or' else shut up your ly iugj
nioulhs. One of two things mnst
be true the ilcni mivii ie unri v
have the resources nf truth r.r In...-
est v to make out Mich charges.
.1 on atteniiit
to criticise the term
esi iient laclion, applied bv im:
the abolition parly. In
you should have known
wlu,t v,,u were about. At
has the abolition party coinpri
it maioi- i v of tie iiie-is ni' i
Fnited sitites. In l MIO, Mr. li n-'
coin wns in n Airvmn-rv i.V n. virlv n
million of votes, Uiou-lIi chosen' in!
the electoral colleges. At the la-t
President i;il election, the "con-
I w .m-uI,. ib.infiei-n.v " -w v,.n
: :1 1
dorou-dy call the r
ported ( ieneral M
iii ! v w hich
about l,,.)(),i)()0 voles
L'aO.oOO of a majorilv
array ol iiov.er, patronage.
corruption against thein such as no
crowned head in Kurope Is ilils d,iv
alile to emplov. Now, if -'ail traii-
ors at. the South bel of the same
political laith, ami yon say so,
then the two wings ol the "conied-.
orates" together make a popular
host." would coniolele tlie annihi-
lation of the pestilent faction of
abolitionism. It follows as a mat
ter of course that the ascendency
!!0f the. abolition crew is f.u
ihe result of an accidental
nation of abnormal elements, and
that its swav is oppo-ed to the
sense and leei :: oi the rain t; ol
the rnite'.l States iii their collee-
live capacity. You know this as
as we; your leaders, like Sum-
ner in tne .eiiaie, aim Iliad
1 si. v.
' ' '
ens in the House, know it ;
nonce it is. thai such uiMinmm-ls
as vou ar. 1 thev lire throwing every
obstacle in tlie path of it restoratior
ofthe Federal Union as our fathers
made it. Once brought back to its
normal condition, the bands of vour
accidental and vour usurned oowers
would snap like burnt tow. and. in
Slanguage of an abob'iiobgospel-
Jor, you would lhe:t "flee into the
'.mountains of Hepsidam,M here thf
substantially tiiat ofthe letter We
j have reviewed. It directly im-
; peaches nav, more, it insults
every man w'ho professes himself a--'
If Messrs. "Pooler" and "
think thev can do this thin"
"lion roareth and the whangdoodle
'mourneth for its first born." Selahl
V.'e have been thus lengthy, pre
fer ting Ihe whole caK', riot'on nc-
'count ofthe t.crsonnl imnortancecf
nctliich. or of "Pooler" and "Fry"
but because it js ono which
volves principles of general appli
cation. In many quarters a fet
tled design is manifested to exclude
democrats item all public employ
ments, no matter of what na.tVJ-v
purely for the reason that thev tiro
j Instances of this sort are of con
i ta nt occurrence. The logic ly '
1 which Mirh Olltl'il o-PS ni'P inefifiofl i'o
. . .. . j..
l-nnii. ei h- u-t . d,..
l "i" ..-- ... in .-in ri
in v. thev nr r-r.isU t;Uioi.
In the person of Orrin Goodrich
they outraged every man in Vinton
county who is not nu abolitionist.
And. miles tlio (loiiiciiMta ,-
it here nn. sm-v r.nro,,r1 i.. ,t,
w v. i i in;
tiesi of hunible-pie, we opine
lal tnese leilows wi 1 vet hnvi n
1 1 1 1 1 1 s 1 1 u reconni'' wit i them.
"Whatsoever a man sowcth that
shall he nleo reax."
Interview Between the
President and Senator
Vnt :1 sl0P tf it ?'
,K' I'reM.lent cooly replied: 'I
I HVi Ml'- 'ibntier, thai tlie white
!V'" Poslon are taiking against
1 1'' I'niou. Can't you nut a ston
i v-,llt0 ''obels doyn in Alabamy and
localities in the South are
very strong against the
1 "-'"ion, and denouncing it in strong
1 1 eriii : can you imt do soinethinr
'A rich ii.ti rviow took place be
tween :'iv j'ir..ilc:if and Senator
Sumner ci: mi' evening after tiio
is re pre
v. is i a l in Congress. It
r :i d hours. Sumner
i: havitig been very
' " nio of (hose present
would -go into a fit at
: different periods of ll'o
svt i ny rate his nc-
de ai;.;i'.)tion of tho
leim ii te;:!?;;-! n,r.; iMiailiaC in
reir..r.l 1 - i e le'.i-n. landing him
svi' i .!; -'. i;: the President,
110 ilMi''ly I'.rokc out as lollows:
Mv- 1 ''idciit, 1 notice that tho
to it there
"Tiiis confused tho Senator for a
short time, but after twistingin his
seat for a short time he ncain
broke out as follows: "Mr.
on. (he reports from the
show I hiit the white red els
inos) every section are in;
South in nl
":o irce-imen. .J.ont you
1 ; Congress outrht to do
t'li'ii: to correct this evil P
"'n' ''resident, with a significant
!v'1Mlv "'o other gentlemen tres-
ed: .Mr. "Sumner. T nolieo
'ai ers that the white rolirda
liiive been recently
people there and
l fllvn finr. ni. 'infr
'""gi'o-s do something to correct
1 "i.V- 'l l 1. VI. V. illl t
ri...! ... :i '
"ll neediess to add that the
It is needless
"'Ul' 1I u,t ra.-.s.iiluiseiis nerro,
monomaniac at the White House
vyls s,lort t1l"-alion after that
I 1. ....... 7
l ill lll .
message, .-ays that we have emer
peo)Ie, god from the war with our local
liberties und State instittitinns
M l ""g asme elections a they a.e
nt to his taste i The truth is tr.it
during the war no attention what
well rvr v r ' : "id to local lib.erl.'es or
iT-f" President Jonxsox. in his
II this were true should we see
the President assuming ihe power
of appointing Governors of States,
ami demanding of them, under the
pressure of military force, that the"
shall consent to lundamcinta!
cnangos in the Government, ani
o! l . . . - '
Male in -iitniiimo ti, ivii i.ion.i.
w 1 IH"V It'll UittlA-
ig and jiros-.trate at the' feet of an
arbitrary rr..l tyrannic 1 renti.il
power. ,a i!:e very time President
lOilXSON V. .! - Sfnfliiir ... hia mot.
n .St;tes of the .ontli
lied by ihe remnining
tit . w
toe National Legii-
hit in e.
-a; not ni owpd to b&
As to the
'ocji! liboi tie's of the people, North
and South, they were lost in the
v,,r, end liave not been W'nL'