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kinraway .of onr rights not for a
' Wby'did He-people do so? Not
loved liberty leu, bat the Union
A I- 1 1 . "
"f Hint, parly, our enemies yes, aud men
who had been in onr party looking at oar
I'llorts tci v niucii in tue spirit with which
the antodilnvians watched the operations
t' the venerable patriarch, Noah when he
was building the ark, and whom they con
sidered, no doubt the greatest fool of. his
8je;'tSut W supposed to ba the character
tit' the w' who Undertook Wdmlobibat
powerful but unorganised sentiment in the
Northern and Wester State, and which fi
nail Rained a sienal triumph,
i Whtitf lie your . Bastilcs nowt. ,,1'ont.ar
,4k!yr.netB, yonr. trampinjf'nder root-
rae freedom m speech an or the press, tne
violation of the tolemn right secured by the
Constitution to the people? God grant,
what God alone can grant, good seme
enough to understand the temper of this
. jr-ff to ,-ffieiitfy notwgals to ttttraft fo
inaugurals a reign 01 teror, . yreat B
j a r. JauieTL .. Wr ktum submitted' as. no mod
ought ever to bare submitted for an hour
to the takini
ifor; ana they were willing to surrender
into the hands of men who betrayed erer?
4 1 SJ.J . - .1 . I J
tonuuru iu mem inose precious leg
ie which were Inherited from innt faitlit-
, for thr months, on the pledge that the re
bellion would then be crushed out. i We
- , acrer . intended mat we were to be crashed
out curfeWes. Laughter and applause.
4 Bit the people can be no longer deceived;
, , the scales bare fallen from their ana .nd
their liberties r being correctly appreoia-
wi oj toe pwpie aa iney neer were before.
For two hundred year no Minister of Great
Britain ha dared to temper with the body
of any Englishman without being punished.
When, in 4763, on hundred years ago; the
Minuter of George UL he who tried the
eiperimeat of . conquering thirteen rebel
lious colonies that monster laid bis arbi
trary hand upon the person of ( ne of the
. . worst men in England, John Wilkes; the
. people ef England, seeing their libe. ties in--.
- solved in the person of John Wilkes, rallied
. to his defense,, and th Chief Justice of the
. Common Pleas issued a writ of habeat cor
pv and eaid: "Th King ha a right to
know throngh his Courtrvhat has become of
tli body of on John Wilbes." And Me-
.. Masters, and Uahoney, and Reere, and Col.
. Wall they wor denied the writ) but hail
tlioy not been surrendered, the people of th
. pnitsti States would have served a popular
rt pf Saktai corpus to know what bad be
come (ft t.Vtr leader, Cheers.! Let not
thin cxnefioi.',,,t.b tricd. J I am no friend of
' tne A(jmmistraiVni" yjnu Know, (cheats
and laughter, ti,Q8-'t n befriended tte
much unintentionali'' but' 1 would whisper
in-tVir ear In the cce nti ,of frtond, 'Try
' hot that experiment aiain. f,Loud dheer.
; Tamper not with the rights !iS,pQO,000 of
; 1Ve nveti.' ,lYon- derived us .Qc;, can
riot deceiriv us' i'i-ain.-' Do not ' pas -yonr
monstrous bill no pending in the iJ""e to
vH k'tWfpfjhd tbe "writ.' of habeat eorpui cv'?ry
Snore.0 "WhntT; (because thcr is a rebel
" rion in'Sthitbj'JGarolina, men shall.notbe
, s?ee in CeW JeriW-yt. nod the miriions-of ,h;s
.' dm!uistrafrloV may enter tour house and
': '4lrajV('t 1roffl 7oUr 1eds tne Bastile? Is
" "that .thc-libcrty for which the Jersey BIups
" fought iii . tho Rerolution? wis that the' ett1
V'. tortaiithiftnt lo' which Washington and liii
", fellow pa'Wols invited H countrymen? . Tass
not tout wonscriplion' Bill which you seek
fo euforce by holding that Tod of terror over
the people, , your, mosts. We made and
will unmake 'you. . JJheers. Inaugurate
- not a revolution in ocr own midst.. 1 shall
tU''4)y the CoD3tit.ution and the laws of the
Andby order and submit to all things in
surrender ever? minor point to ena-
ik; a AdministraUon. if it be so, to carry
out farther the experiment of restoring the
Unienby war, but no on jotor tittle ot our
.;hti to carrr on an unconstitutional war
for the negro. UXoud cheers. Have they
Mvrtoa history? TA voice, ' They never
did." Do tbey not know th inevitable r
taU of th eottwe of revolution in former
. ...V Tin the not know UM un men wu-
begin them nlway tujh if hemT
they ever read of JDanton, ot Robespier,.,,
revolution? Danton got . n4
.1 ' J- !- -i UAkAinl... a
ctoitMdlV-mMlf conservauv ( anj
pierre had him decapitated. Weed. nd
are tired of the radf. alissr, ftf Greeley
and fimnneis, bnt whether thy decapi.
tat them or not i not .nito certain;
speaking politicallv, .if -&tJ wsit a llttla
longer, we will take the jeb out of their
and. Uoghter ftud cheers. The peo
: pie b.ve borne 6o much, and they are
- prepare1 for 'ie experiment any longer;
'" I wan the men Of NewYort and New Jer
'' My, if thzy eonntenatee' this Admiuistta
. tion in nv further nsnrDStions, the North
west will not go with them. ' Loud cheer.
We propose tt (o before th people1 of
whole ii moo to try tnis question or. nrg
iia-i-.-j fa,Bt ad the ballot-bor, nd if yon bot
gntntit t0 tour rul ender lie
' ... .nrf it 'V.oof nnL than ' tit
' " trnl von shall submit TGr'est her.1
fhj sir, they owe apology Tor ths
sttous violations of the Constitution
us w stand by the Constitution, pe.r
denaunced in fine fancy epithets of VHut
: nuts." and "COBoerhcads, and '"traitors,'
and "Secessionists." Whv ll it ! thai
party, when defeated tn Illinois ) 18,000
maionty, have refused to submit to. th
of the ballot-box? , They ran away
. escape tho bonds of tht Constitution
s It was jn :e called in'
State ot Ukio, or, tn jNoruiorn pnraoc,
Laughter The graud old Oem
ocratio party is a good scholar. . It is
Bourbon, but losrns all the time. I I believe
in Clinging to the laws and tho ballot-boc
settle quarrels in a free Government, but
will have th liberty of criticising the
of the Administration, and will not consent
' to be called traitors because w do. Before
the indicial tribunals ws are rcCdr to answer,
Trv ns; put to us the question as even
Kwuaa I'roconaul did in olden times;
' iho Question, "Guilty or not guilty?" and
wnll answer by the verdict of annnbougbt,
. iaicartial iurv of our countrymen.
iay is coming, if yon allow it to come
. ' ...tlie CbniiitulioUj and wo will try toe"
,,',, satue way, but if the experiment is to
(' bpooia sum other method unknown
. ' . the Constitution and laws, and it be revert-
od bsvk to the old standard, that
rjn&kes tJgut, tnen cpow you tiiat wc
..tho tukht and th'rijjU); tooj( Great
'jimp, ;; ,T.''rtr' '-:u.,.i i:'f...,.
. .live iii extraordinary" t'uuej. I
" 'jbeUovc.thatjiiiU bictojy. o.grapd an
' ' , hasefqi' occrrL where so ny. pcpplo,
. . ;.' awl j'.Acarj' We, Vjio neat cjtpc-
- ,.:: "' i'J '. 4' fr: V
ditnros, so enormous taxation, so harden
some, has erer been witnessed in any coun
try. On every inch occasion hitherto, the
providence of God ha ordained that men
have beeaonnd to deal with the necessities
oi every occasion.' Has it been so now?
Where, are onr statesmen? Not in th per
son of th Proiident or hi Cabinet' Not
iii the jSenate; not in the House. ' Where
are yourmen of mlghti the grand of soulf
Where are yonr Generals? We bad one,
bat they banished him. Cheers. It wa
Asked in th Senate the other day, what vio-
mrT w.u u oT.r; gainear ine answer was,
"What battle did Vvef loser' No man
has rieen with power in bis hand stretch'"
forth to r hi people. It is what we want
most now, and it ought to be the prayer of
ty2Il? T LPLpJ' country,, that God in hia
pOviaencewould bring the people through
the Bed Sea to the premised (and of peace.
Giro ns the nerve 'of steel,
The strength of iron will,
-..The arm of fearless might,"
The strength of will that is ready st'll
. To battle, rot-thi rlgfclj' :
' ; Oh give us the nr of steel '
And the hand of fearless might,
. .The-hand thafrtnw'hJY and feel, '
And the head that j always right .
Our foemen are now abrosa,
; And the earth is filled -with crimes,
, . And be it our prayw to the Omnip
, . tentGod,. i - r
Oh give us man for the time. '
Journal, and Mahoney.of the Dubnque Her
ald, and Judge Nair followed in a few re
Th.ps-ay, : : February 26, 1883.
'' For Next Qov'oni,or pf Ohio, ,
HON. C. L. VALLAN3IGHAM.
Consttutioal Rights which We Mean
o Exercise And Maintain
,.. "Congress shall malte no law re-
sjiectiBff an: establishment ' of ret
treeibm ot'speecli, or of tilicp' aaa
, i ur .'prohibiting the free ex . I
thereof; or - abridrihg ;'khe.
Amendments to the Voutit
lie VJliira craaf, imac;.
: -''Evory citi zen may
write, and publish iBvs cn-linfontg
oa an suDjeeis, uo.
fer the aluifle ot t'
law shall bo ns
e,ri"lit; and no
abridge the 1) oer; ot h or ot
press. offl;i7,o,l tf Ohio.
Arliclt l. Se,Mon u
Th$ Editor of this paper does
n' A?J himself responsible foi (A
humm expressed by his correspond-
pitt Tht vnter, and not the Editor
Our report of what our armies
are doing, may be written in two
ines., They are living, sufforing,
dying and doingr nothing., '..'The
Confederates have taken the jrpn-i
clad Queen of the est-not Queen
Victoria. Our, men are doing, or
suffering something before yieks
bart'J but 'we :do lidi-'knowj any
thihg.abput It. ,.,:,f.. .;....! .
cision r iChase'a -t, Bankings echerae has
bedrjme law 'land the ' Conscription
hill h'as jpassd the. House- of Bepre.
enta'tives te.faeo of the protest
of ' all the -'Domocratic and Union
members. ''::) r ' ,,
SHAViSO .AT.i BOTH MDS.-Sup-
nose , cold ia auoted at 1 59 von
take a ten dollar green (back to
Bank and ask for gold, you will
iret $4 iu; you tnen tas:o tno si iu
lit gold to another banker, and he
will'. sTiveTou 851:9. iXhus by
shaving at both ends id two trades,
to all appearance perfectly fair and
honest, you are mluusfd 49:1. ion
only want about throe honest
shaves on a irreen-back before ton
are "poor indeed." v. A ; machine
which shaves at both ends, without
the persons being shaved pefceiv
insr it. may clean out four pockets
of the "last dollar,", and all that
you can perceive r is that your
money is gone, but how and. why,
lv la UvW oil vicm. .:
: . ' 1. . '. " .J' .
iAt the recent opening of the
Englist Farliamont,! tho Prince
Wales took fli scat in too House
of Lards for the first time,: with
Uio.ugUM iormautics, ;;,;
,,; c. ' T "t!'. ;: : - !' ii i'..' 'M.J
THE DRAM DRINKING OUESTION.
. : TION. i .7
An Act to provide against thf st .Ik resum
ing from th sal of intoxicating liquors
in the 6tatef, Ohio. Passed 1st of May,
yUe it enacted by th,Gneral Ass.in.bly of
u Dtat or q6to,tJatj it .hull be unlawful
forany person or persons, byr agent or other-
fe ieft sn 'w7,'qosmi:tr, intoxioatin'g
liquors to be drank In, npoh, or about the
building or premises where sold, or b sell
,:rn intoxicating liquors to he dmuk inany
adjoining roonl, building or promises, or
other placeof pnblioTMolirconnectefwTlB''
said building.!' : , i j ' J..IX
be construed to authorise the commence-f
ment or continuation oT.ny trde,
"Laws relating to the Direct 4t.d JExciie"
Taxes," page 4, sec. 6?. ; , - '
, "And be it further enacted that do license
herein before provided for; if granted, shall
ocenpauon or emptotment t; rein men
tioned, within any 8tat or Tei litory nf th
United States in which it i ir nail he sp
cilly prohibited bj v f ,vr, i in
violatioaf th laws of any State' of Territory."
Excise Tax," page 69. .,;.
. "Every person who'shall aell (ft offat.for
sale such liquors (mesning tlljkind' or li
quors and ale) in ca quantities than three
gallons at on time to the. earn purchaser,
shall be regarded a a retaiMealer in liquors
under this Act ' But this shall not author
it any spirit, liquor wines, or malt liquors
to be drank on the , f
COPY OF LICENSE.
This License is granted to A. B., of the
vlllsge of , in the County of ,
and State ef , to carry on the business
or occupation of Retailer of Liquors at No.
street n the aforementioned ,
county and State. He having paid the tlx
of f 20 therefor, conformably to the provis
ions of an Act entitled "An Act to provide
internal revenue to support the government
tod to pay interest on tho public debt" , .
. Approved juiy i, iB6Z.;
We have been at some trouble' to
search out the, legal facts whicU
bear.direUy on the'saloioi UtUt.
Seating Ifou tf VinijC,a.afeei '
iMoja our dutv.' as. a.ibilanouMl
istto t.lnce tlielaTf of, OliiAhd1
ho laws 'of Con'gr'es8i before" salotf
keepers, that,' they : may' Feaii'd
klw where "tbey stand. We insero
(in exact copy of tho licenifa gran'
ted to retailers of Hqiiorff,' ihat all
whom it 'may. concern, nijk'o t'n'.t,
the government litrcnfleiie!thor
explicit, nor plain. All do not 'buy
1 iw books, nor "excise; tax" books!
FIuw , tiieu'are Bimple-miudcd men
who pay their $20 for retail
ing liquors, to know that retailing
does not mean to sell on. the prcm'
iaes? 'j Had .we, in. ' our , Ignorance,
taken ont suqh a lioense as we pub
lish this wtok, wo ahould certainly
conclude that wo had legal right
to sell, either on the floor, tinder
the floor, or on the house top; if
we liked. The lioense ought, as an
act of equity, to state in ao many
word's:' '''not. to be drank on the
premises.", Thq . law says so, why
does not the license say so? But to
go more; fully into this matter, we
hay e to! say; that the party who
have freceVtlv ' raised, such "a hue
and cry" against what they in their
own original : style ' call the "Hell
holes 'of Damnation;', should not
overlook th 'lac that, they are,jfl
rebellion . against; the 'government,
The PreB'ident and!Cohgfess;rjh88'n1
Iaw! to' raW Jmohcy ittid thby. feel
. . . i v. r - ' i .1 nil i j
bit of f paper, called a I'icodbp for
twenty dollsm to A. B.', He rents
a room, sells liquors, and thus bo
comes a supporter of the govern
ment and of the war; bat the very
men who are, for war to the bitter
end cry ont 'saloons are hell holes
of Damnation" iihd they even go
so far as' to hint tlia,t ; mobs, riots,
bloodshed,.! violence, ' add f street
murders shall bo employed crash
the'.r 'neighbors,' and by1' Dorset
qbienC e, tb deprive th o Washington
Uovernroehtot tne means ot crusn
ing out tlie rebellion and paying
the soldiers their, wages'. Are these
Men, ' chriatlanst Are they 1 foyal
and. ...law'abiding., subjects?, ,; Are
they i ihnman,. brothers?.. If so,
their BcrhtfcO shine us to lead others
by ; their good: works to "glor''('y
Oodt M- (;oi';.-n.!-,-!) a-;..tJi
Roadcrt, bea-are, yoiv- hart these
men described la the.' 12th fsalin,
i.! ':-:.;. J.-,!i'iili'K
Book, as Eovelation, and such a
cKapter as the 2nd ohapicr'of thftt
'great mAx' good'tfdlr, tW sifch a
verse as the 2nd verse of that chap
teTaSi tho three last lines'of that
4th verse. They say, "with our
tongue will we prevail, our Hps are
our own. Who is Lord over ns?"
We hint to the preachers. wh are
ripe, for ifomkic'tlo?lBhedjthiit
-.t"i u- Te t'X 4,;. If
er bo'iufcrnltJfld Sain At erica.ii
enough of their bombost. Let ttem
remember that there is Buch
COPY OF LICENSE. THE EATON SMUT SHEET,
COPY OF LICENSE. THE EATON SMUT SHEET, AND THE EATON "DEMOCRATIC
Our readers will remember IJ1-
wo published eomo strictures last
wetifc, cm a Btrangemecting'lheld
at tfieMethodfet Church, in Eaton,
on the )4th of February, 1863. In
the Eaton Bmut sheet of this week,
we are charged with somo grave
sins.- Our answer is, that our ac
cuser is a first class liar, a vulgar
and dastardly coward, a talebearer,
an abuser and revilor of his neigh
bors, a mischief-ciakcr, a busy
body in other msn's matters, and
a traitor to GoaI, tu his conscience,
aud to trfllli. Ilia dirty, incondiary,
and hlood'ahitsty shoct, is a dis
grace tr, tfco literary world, and
only a'Jaf Jted to promote murder,
and desolation in .Preble county.
ni8 scoundrelly character may be
fotnd recorded in the Ep'tsUe'to
tne Romans,- 1st chapter, from the
28th verso to tLeo'dxf the-chap
ter. f We;vte imptpr- ana- verse
dovih uidti lw . afistiniea ithe- anyel;
o?'li'lit i'Wc '2d CorititliuVnVt;: lltn'
chapter,-:lS'th') Anil 1 14f)i ivera.
Registeriiyis, .tcav .t ua iiml .co,me
again, the. match is ready.
' porvtk' tM "flit'tAfdly arc the
fitwi t -e.1.1 c''t''cgifar'J'-,' ' Mi at tbTcy. did
uo'tMViivW tlti-ir timiir shfct; to-, us
as; usual Tthis;. week, ibr fear "we
should lift've time to reply to them;
but they have their reply in their
professed creed, to whtch we ;aH
their attention : see 2d. Epistle to
rse; see also, 1st Timothy, Mb
chapter, and 13th verse : see 1st
putla by roter, 4th chapter, and
5th verse Will our dear, affec
tionate, and rcry Methodistic
brother, take warning in tlml, for
there 'are men terrible men in
Preble countywho have their eye
on -him and hia soaut sheet office.
As the poor idiot kt a real Christi
an, let him listen' for once to the
teachings' of a. Christian brother.;
We, are resolved to est and to
drink what we please, and where
we please; and yti leave .the white
slave or ine xtcgisienjio. uo as ne
pleases,, but he jnnat got6 school
acraiiv. before;. he cau bfi in a
state to lecture us, -j:;-
i Uie KcUfcotiOf the Eattfo iRetfsterJ
. . ....
iofWOeicortecWf thojSHiiut bhoet,
s'sidk'f 'the lyl
he'ia; nljso. suffering
on his brain. W e sincerely nop
that a dose of his own ; favorite
medicine a strong ' :p.uko will
soon restore him to that interaper
ate society, which ,,do)igHta
threatening to mob, and. even mur.
der their neighbors uy .i , ,
n Z lauirtlicc.
Tho telegraph , Informs ns that
after a vigorous ppposit'von of
Democratic and, Union members
the Conscription or Draft Law
nassed tho House of ilienresenta-
tivesat wabbiugton. .it has to
to; the Senate, in order, that some
amendnients may be couourrpd
by that' body,: iv It is ;evWentlyi
ipteptiou of the, Administration
pass it, so tin) concurrence will
as a matter of course, r. The section
of tjvoi States., in tlve , hands of
irrcsidvnV.vvaa retained in tho
This ia illegal and uucoustitutional.
audi kuown;;to ho.:,1!?)-- f
nwoAbet'rwho voted, for it.
For the Press.
"A sentiment should be nurtured
and built up wrainst them, until
they become In reputation, as they
are in fact, the bane ot society and
the t scorn of nU vwellidispbsod
IV'Yob may preachy and5 j pray;
wdhU does the man whd sells or
d . yJiX care? You- have'!4ha aw,
wJif hot put it iu force. Appoint
provost marshal ! .Lock ud all
oles t Mob them out ! Pour
out the poison I"
clip from theQjafjul M Abe
Eaton Rigater, and presume they
are "tW ofipilngTortEat '"meek
tBdIaitiy'jf christian, Issac Morri
i no most Burprising in this matter
is, thatofl rookirrgoTerthfTTolnmns
of the Regiitert I find ; that 'every'
one of,tiese "hell holes',' is an
nounced a well displayed adver
tisemnt, whltfh this very indi.
vidjial pocketa some" of the pro
ceeds derived from these '-anes of
ty, if this is the kind of forbear
ance and. uhristian charity taught
in the churchet-of to-day; or, if
such men a aese JibfobT-to address
the TemDernnce meetlni? ' short
tir ro t,riaMftf;.t Tf tr,w
..'...r ' , , . ...
are, I feel like exclaiming with the
poet . , 5-
I'd rather be pagan suckled in some
creen outoij.- -
IMPORTANT PRIVATE LET,
TERS OF THE LATE SENATOR
! The following letters of the late
d t..i. i
umiuiui iuutioi u viMuiiiBuu iv
the attention ' of thtf Commercial.
wh. is constantly saying that the
Trt u jJti..i u- Ia
t ; 1 1 s 1 1 1 1 iiiiiit aiajb i h. v n irrirvii mm. v ot i
..,.. -'.ii-ri au- t.a.-tore,
V.V r"I4WUU,;"4 . u "
imlili'unR. inr , not rMnnnsih In for
tho d'ssolutiOto-of : the Union.
ri.iii-R.- v.-: a tt-..
.2. & 7.i2 ffi'ftf
Cincazo,' read by hiin before thfi
DOUGLAS. THE LETTER.
"WASHINGTON, Dec. 29, 1860.
"Mr Dear Sir: : You
will have received my proposed
amendments to : the Constitution
bofore you receive this. The South
would tako my proposition if the
Kepublkuiuslwuld airree to it. But
the extreme Iforth and South hold
off, and are precipitating the
cbttntry into 'revolution and civil
war. ....;. . ;
"While lean do no act which re
coarnizes or countenances tho doc
trine of oeccsstou, nay, policy is
peace, and I will not , consider the
quoetion of war until every effort
has been made for rvcace and
t.ftn .liall t.nf.lfl,l Wlmn
that time comes, if unfortunately
Shall come. I will then do what it
becomes an American Senator to
do on the then state of facts. ' Many
m . ST Va .i . "m a
01 we Kepnoiican leaaers Uesire a
dissolution of thd Union, and ItrgO
war' as a 'means of accomnnslune
disunion, whiles others are Union
men m gOOlL lauu. V pave now
roiicneu mi point wncre a comprov
uiw war luv-uaai oi mutual com
Or disunion and War, are
it w , r, - iour, iruiy,:
S. A. DOUGLAS.
"V. O. linyS,,iSq- . ., ,. I
w -h l; 1 ..
jlaa ,ttll8'0t Uie 8umo date to tne
IIoi). J. J. I 'TaylO'r, Of "Oweeo, New
aTO'rair. wha ai)fmrty represented
mistltf'at district iu
S. A. DOUGLAS. "WASHINGTON, Dec. 29, 1860.
"It Drab Sir: Pressure of busi
ness has prevented an earlier aci
knowledeemeut of your kind leti
ter. The prospects of our country
are gloomy liiueca, Dili X ao noi
despair of the Hepublic. i r . n
We arearmmg now rapiaiynniot
oivil .war, wnicna must ena
taninn 'Thill MA "nttlv be Tr.
vented bymendmenti to the-Ootof
Stitution which Will take the slave"
rv Questions Out OI Congress, and
thus put an end to tho strife...
Whether this can bo done depends
nnon the -Republicans. Many
their loaders desire dUmilon on par-
tv orrounda. ana nere lies me aim-
culty Ood. grant , us a saio deliv-
eranco ia my prayer. i
; ,Ycry,'tnily,,"your friend,
"S. A. DOUGLAS.
"Hon. John J. Taylor."
very1 Mrteyijcinat in ooal'and naval
' 'T'l.o f !ffiif1nrnto sfonm'fir " Ala
bama,?,,' iaV.ported. to be
FREEDOM OF SPEECH.
- The Administration "or Aboliticrt
factioa'seem to claim that they
ajohe .havft the right o usi free
dom', of speech. wherever they
haVe' they; power theydeny it toi
Democrats; they deny it because
uth is mighty and will prevail,
and' they know, their designs can
nojLb carried oat if the people
hear the -Democratic side of the
argument. Hence when Mr. Vah
landigham was advertised to lee
yJ.$&Jtfmore, the Administra
tion papers contained the following
Jldyertifleihehtt.lJ V .
"Union men of Baltimore! will
yon-permit that rebel, Vallandlg'
ham, to desecrate our city byjeci
turinr m wbiect! Ifo! No!
Never!" ' "
. . TJieaajsanifestations of violence
prevented Mr, Vallandigham from
reeturingfn the''M6nnmental City.
Was therei ever anything meaner
or more proscriptve than the tone
of the Administration organs.
One of Lincoln's Coincidences.
Mr; 'Lincoln's order Mr.
Frank Key .HdWarft BalUmore,
vc aruiiramy..arrestea ana con
fined in art American bastile for
mttMnno ,.m coinc5d(
he relates ioi late publication:'
"When," says Mr. How
speaking pf JkVr4t.mornins in
government, bastile, "I look ou
could not help being struck by on
ftdd ,d not pjeasa'nt coincident,
On that day forty-seven years bo-
lore, my grandfather, Mr. F. B. Key,
then ft prisoner on a British ship,
hud w itnessed the bombardment of
FortMcUenry. When on the fol
lowioc mprninflr the hostile fleet
drow off defeated, ho wrote the
song so . long popular throughout
ST!;" 8Pan ,e(l
Banner.' As; I stood upon the
i ,, ,. . it..-. . n- . r 11
vc7 ot00 ,f lhftt confl ci. 1 c0ld
n Dfl,c.0.n r9lf "7 PO-on wtt.i
thattof his.ffarty.aeven yeats bo-
i . m t .
ino naYJwicri he Lad so
nrotl(1- hailed I saw wnvino-nf. tl.n
1 '. " . ' o .
modern times liaye: witnessed
over the victims of as
brutal a-dospotism ns
One of Lincoln's Coincidences. Died:
In Katon, on the 26th inst, ot Catarrh
Fever, Adam Clayton Smith, son of Chris
tian and Jane Smith, aged 3 years and &
a , i : : is
' In .l'aton, on the 21st instant, of Lun
Feve--, Hkhgcci II. Martiv, Yelict f Judge
Kobfirt MuHiu, aged 6$ rears, 8 months, and
26 days. .
We record this week the death of Mrs. Re
becck Murliu, relict'of judgo Martin of this
town. We knew and esteemed her in life,
we saw her in the calm repose of death, and
as we Rased on lier placid features we
"prnited the' dead that are already dead,
more than the living that are yet alive."
Th ? te Mrs- Mrt;" WM bo" !
' 1802. In 1812 she became th
wire ' Ji,d, Robert Jfartin.'e'niaa ster
it Lnl i,8rilJ. diMblmi.hd reputaU.n,
WB n omee or uiremt Judge tor
yr with booeVU hWstlf and sat-
I T' a e . t
uon w an panies. . taasuaoenaeam
' 1856 left ber a moarninf widow, but she
ligioe of iwhich she was a. mcr aad con-
aistent prbreasor. For nor than titty year
the aeccased was an honored member or tne
m. e. Cnurcn, walking humbly btlore Uoa,
cesslen, I and in peace with all her. neighbor. Dur-
bg hPr'Voti'iiteff'knd "balkfal Ulness she
I exhibited tl one at Christian resipna-
i tian in her aulirtions, and a nim an un
waveria? conGdence in tile Ood of ber sal -
vStioiVllacutiy fell' asleep iu Je-
.. InnUin. for a bright, awakouin in hia
Ukenesi. tb has loft three children aud a
large circle of friends to mourn tho loss of
Qod of all consolation for comfort May
I tbey emulate her bright example, and be-
eome. "follower of them who. through faith.
aad patience inherit th promises."
Mother, thoa art gone betor as,
I :tT?theUr,4of Icvcay fst;
Aid thy wcry toiloni spirit,
rtfeAiisi tbytof mother,
Onr home is desolate;
Ihy words of love and te nder caro
an affectionate ChriiUao mother and
I We sympathize wua. the qereaved fam
Rests in peace on Jesus' breast.
Thy love it alt that's left os now,
Thy bright examp1o gtvon,
To sliow onr trembling feet th way
To God's ri?hthand in Heaven.
Ntoibf tj farwweihva long farewell,
Thy strickcu children ay,
Ttll.we eballmcet to part no wore,
ber desiro to maintain neutrality
. nanrnnniiia fi marumn nu iiffAPanra
ilh;.jfcne'yuoon or logianu reiterates
i botwecn the American belliccrebt's.