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VOLUME X. i
THE mocstmx democrat.
rCBUSHSD EVERY SATURDAY MORNIKO, BY
3 K r. w I o * a « JANUARY
.. dtivirn, _Jf- *• '*«*•»•
-••nMR —n»tiuiif i" *oea!«c*—One Tear. fS; Sis Month*,
• K..U...S 1 0n« Month <v»j.U» 10 th« C.r
’uer).McaiUi Sid*!* C«ple*. Usceut*.
. r**vKRTIHINO—<)n« rtqauSt.'of 10 line*. flr*t insertion. fJ;
(uMnatt l» | wiion il M; Bu*iae** Cards. uf10 lice*
***,!,, vc»r, #rt: Bn*tne*« Cards. of U* Woe* or l***.
wftnthi. f!0 A liberal diaceunt w.ll Ik: made on the
raw r*e yearly and quarterly adrertierment* whieh
exceed aqaare.
• u PRINTING.—On* Office i* replete with all the modern
' * ,u«»rrrcnietit*f«r the ksat. csur «»riD execution of
PE IN riNO.tuch a* Rook*. Pamphlet. Brief*,
"Haadbl.U, Circular* Boll Ticket*. Programme* C>r
•lheate*' Stock or Pepotlt, Billheadt. Check*. Receipt*.
r*r »-«. Label*, etc , In plain or fhney colored ink*
•r'sffPFS' BLANKS.-.-Affldartn. Cndertakinr* *pd Writ«of
• ,.., C h*nent. under the new law. for ta'eat tt.i* Office; a'«o.
; * Declaration* ef Homestead. thi mo*t cone* r.t« nt form
«.• J*«t printed, a complete form cf MINERS DF.Fi*
JJ,; t 3 v,autlb*Uy «AXUtcd MARRIAGE CEItTIITCATE
n pjuffFR Ne. 171V Washington *treei.opjo*ite Macnirr'a
"i»p»*a Heute It the only authorired A rent to (kfUrtl'MilM
Ti> M'X'RA f. in th* c' l y of San Francitr- All order* for
•U Taper or Adreru*u»* left »*U» Lin* viil he promptly at
traded't*.
tr H HROWN i* the authorized Agent «f the DEMOCRAT at
*iev *««••»• order* for the paper, idrerusin*. or f*r j«*'o
*v»rk, ielt «Uh hua. »Ui be prompt: v attended ta.
• fA'D P JACKSON it the authorized Agent of th» MOL'S
• 7.ifS DEMOCRAT at F.l Dorado Order a left * ..b h.o. ewl
k# promptly atteadeJ to
ri i r.TDT.KMtN l* nnr autherired ageat at Sacramento.—
A*I order* *er ••UertUiag,*tr . left irith him *U recant .in
iurjiaic attention.
4 H I MAS :« agt&l for the DtafOOU? at Virginia C.'jf.
NVvad i Ter *itore
r t vu knot »« a rt authorised agent at f3'i*t\* w.*- —
4!! wrd?r* gtvtc aim fur the Democrat will be pronapt:y •*.-
tensed to
Ofllcti on Colonta Street.
professional (Cartis, Htc.
ben;. SHERWOOD,
ATTORN KY-AT-L AW,
!*’4.‘'-r.llr, F’ Dorado Court}*, Califorr. ; a
Ones—Dvrary*ii Build’r.g *up-ataira), Maun it.
[ma2i! j
TIIOB. J. OROON,
ATTOBNEY.AT.LAW,
I Dorado. Ei D,ia4o County. (rr.al?
F. A. HORN BLOWER,
ATIOKNF.Y AND tOl’NfcU.I.OR AT LAW,
\V :• ; jac-.c-' .n ahtii* G-mrSa «.? H;?» i- »Ju..al
•*v:ci OFFICE-A: P.!-.*. II. .. F. D.nad 4*
. may 17 3m
/* W (itn E > WlLlUS«
SANDERSON A WILLIAMS,
A r T O n N K Y 3 • A T L A w
t».1.c(—Di ; a I< : 4 rff, mxt doer to th* t : y
;I u»v. Ml u *;it*tt, ria-*trv.!!tf dee
G. W. CORDON,
attorn ev-atlaw
\ -finis City, N- T 0 if re »n Colima* Bu.ldir.r.
B ttreet (iio«W
A C. BE A RLE,
A 1 10INIY-4T-UW.
■*c* .o DougtaV t i '»r uf-Vsn-. Mai:, street.
i\.t r. vi!!e.
f. ;><c 3m»
.'OhK IIVMR. “ C. •LOSS
I1UUD A SLOSS,
A : i * It N FY ' • A T - law,
i*slifo in city Block, l’Ucen ..e
V ; ra •» *e I aw in ti.# r irt* of K1 D ra ,r I
« o.r*i * « o intu *> —*.n 11 «r Supreme O-urt, and tne
ourii r.f l't«k lerr.tor}. n i9
O. D. HALL, G. YALE.
/*. r « r«.'♦’< A»n F'■•met*co,
pMrtire Law ir. a! - tb» Ousts nf Utah,
at C*:»on and Virginia City. jslJ '.f
M K. SHEARER.
aTruiSNLY AND COtNSKLLOK t*I LA Y, AND
NOTARY I U1I.IC.
-. y Ke#ta*r.cc. Main atnet. *bree
. ..» «t»<ve Ite for*! A*ecue, f'larerv tile. '.u!.
J3 H. CARSON.
NOT A». Y PUBLIC AND CONVEYANCER,
— a\:>
C-sb .aioner os' D cel* for Kcrada
Territory.
<■*. t in tl» C .'Jlt How r:»cerr.ii«
I:'-*!"]
•1)K I. B. TITUS.
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s. i r a nit is, .
*i«» / Jf.rI . aisJ ?•'.* Pia£ii t
f uctinut,
v. >:oU>aLK AND RETAIL DK.M.hlt IN
iImuiu To Due jo, liooka, Stm~
tiouery, Cutlery, flaying Cai<l«,
Yaukee Notions, Fruits, Grttn
and Dried, Nuts and 1 andlrs,
at san raa?r:aco raicrji.
r« c-lre* l»y every fitean er the latest Atler.t •;
' Lur>»t*;iti V**w4p%pr*rs. Mal**s n«*» and l*< • J.
.1 •. an : . • 1* ECtCLY CALIFORNIA Nk.*M\A
it .I MAGAZINES jaiyl
I'LiZA BOOK STOlli;
I'LACERYILIE,^
Has j*j,t received a splendid assortment of
Standard and Miscellaneous Wosks,
STATIONERY. SCHOOL HOOKS,
• :*t books, urnr*?. cru.vRT,
j»»v?*. o*»u» viouxs,
•jriTans, accord*/ ns, sjl »h* ks.
-UAS aTRIX'iS. riC.. FI•*..
'• enterl expressly for GieCunnTr TiaJc, ami itl’inc
*t greatly reduced ruts . Also.
AGENTS
For Sacramento Union, Alta California, Bulletin,
Mirror \ etc.
NEWSPAPERS AND PERIODICALS
iTept constantly on band, and sold unusually how.
july4 P.. S. HERNANDEZ.
PLAZA BOOK STORE.
R. S. lIKKViA'DCZ
t rAVISO a l.irp. jlo.li of SCHOOL
-1 I BOOKS, o?er, tlicoi ml the follo«i:.i; r.*
Sargent’s 1st Header jy 8 ZVi
*• 2d “ 30
•• 3d •• 75
" 4th ” 1 00
“ 5th " 1 25
Robinson’s Elementary Algebra... 1 25
Thompson’s Practical Arithmetic 75
Parker’s Philosophy 1 50
Wilson’s U. S. Hist..Illustrated... 1 50
Anil ait other School Book, at SAN FRANC1°C0
7KICE3. julyltf
A. II. REID’S
LIVERY AND FEED STABLE,
In the rear of the Old Round Tent,
MAIN STHEET. PLACEBVILLE.
THE Undersigned would respect fa
inform the,pu$l|c Afr.tp can a.t
times obtain at his establishment t
, eery best of driving teams and sad<
tie lowest rates.
Or Horses boarded by the day, week, or moj
A J0. REID
on the most reasonable terms
sr-9n ■ * 1
THE Mill MAIN DEMOCRAT.
PLACICKVIlilj;, lit, UOItAOO tOlM V, UA'uIFOKAIA, SATIIKDAY, AUGUST 2», 1863.
Election Ltwi.
QUALIFICATIONS AND DISABILITIES OP El.FC
TOliS.
, Article 2120. Suction 10. Every
white male citizen nf the United States,
and every white male citizen of M.-vicn
who shall have elected to become a citi
Zt'n'nf the United SYal -. nndir the Tr a-”
tv of Peace, exchanged and rntitiiu at.
Qneretarn, on the doth day f Mtiv. nnc
thousand eight hundred aI f 'tv-eiaht,
of the age of twentv one years, who shall
have been a resi.itnt of tli State six
months next preceding the election, and
the enuntv <.r diMricr. in w hich lo- claims
his vote thirty days, •ha'; In- crtitl- u to
vote at ail elections .tin no t nr In re
nftt.e Ko 'todi t.l .-.I !,<• Ion-
Art. 2121 — S. > II I'..- the j t:tso
of votin'; no pus r, soil! he ilc-med to
have lost or gained a r -sidet,_• ■ by reason
of his jirest nee or abst’. bv -.an
poyhd in the service ,n th Uni'ed States,
ot while enraged in navigating t‘ w.it.-,.
of this State, or ■ ■{ tt.e L’oti'l ." a',-, r
ut the UigU sett-, nor wlcde.a • lu-Utn to
any seminary '.f learning; tt->r
kept nt an a'm< I; ,n-e r 'le t- .v-ylum,
ntir w hil • coniined it: m e [oihl.c prison.
Am 2122—Sec 12 JC idiot nr insane
person, i>r peimii, r.nvi.t. . ■ ! , .-. ; ;a
timo* . mo .I,,.! h ■ • Otis' i i .. >,- : , i.
bg-s nf an el. ;t r.
Anr 21SL-S'e in Ai-ei . f. mu
this Stale on hii-ii. ... ..f •; S'a» ; . • f
tile United S ate.-. '.ot to
question nf le-l.e:,. of a I , .-.
Art. 2124— See. 14 A - ;'..• •.,»! 1
deemed it.fane os. *h> i. | onisi.-i'd
by diaih to tot'., t,t , ;h< St.ti
Pi ip. i .
Ami. 212d -S' Id U ..-a »•
t.on ts ordered, ti... Ij.a:.! of Sn; r\ . ..s
..ha!! appoint 1 e . a *: pin,unit ; m
quahti 1 electors ..f the t * : » .
. m ii p* i eil I., t . ,i... t, ,• .. ...pci i.n 1 2 •
judges, who shili set ,t » i. 2:1 :
Judges ■! Fie. Ii. i . 1 J
he It at bp| ■ inteel I r a 1 \ (.?'■ ' . * ...
li.'trd 1 *>'.lpe|\ s : 'I ' .
mg of the la . t ;■'■!. . at
while tile |o!in Hit. . .j ■ . i:.
of the last prut ii“ gem ra -a- ,
11.3 J appoie.t U B a: •' . Jp.
pr.-i in. !
Ami 2 a.7 — S r 17 r .sin.'. : .<■
d'lty • pa t. i--.{ a. to : « •.
e. h-r tin poll, at • : > n- 1
piei'inc', ft on w b: n I, n;i . ....
IlftH eight o lo k i th ' e .
sn-- -t on the da, I the a. •• .
su 1 . iihptcli r :i• • f # i* • ai 4 11 • »
ii. ‘Ii uion.ii £. t»i*’ •• i : •* },(>'; i:«t nt
piao** uh-«. u. - {.'4. * *. li.» in
opuii'l may a; i;,t »t. *.»(,.-• f r • .r the
pi ■ • in
A»r. 212- N 1 ‘ i li >• ' o' '■ r.
'tois f ,1 Uo I. | :> l, ... . !. ....
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be by »>•! «.t.
21-bo - S- 2*’ I t ,*ia
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Ofivos!, It . . i. ',i* •. • • t-i i f y
etc h < k. in tb« • • ; • I -t,
“tifitr.tt • t •.
.••eh name in »?:•• r-ii i ■ t .n ,n*> .»
is t'tkvri down. s. i y ;t* ;1 .a. s f t. -*t
UiV time \\U t'uM •in* tvv stv .»
Art. 2* 1 "C ■ v - 27 At.y p. ’>■>: . .
foyiiC to v..t- may V c • i. i m, the
oisfeet. r , r . 'le-; ■ ;
any legal voter, and it s .ai’ •. . •
tie the duty nf th* 1 n.spe ’ *v ■ s t
judge, t>* challct'g- any j or ■ ■: "
vote whom he shaii . ow
to he duly cpiahl., d a. ,.:i nU-cr r
A ut. 21.17 " tt :. ti miv ;■ r.- n
dfTering to v.-’ ■ is t'lie'i’... d. " »hnt: he
the duty t •:■ • It. a.“! I .T j<• -. •; t . d.
clan- to him to. '.pi-difi a’i o;.. i t an el< ‘t .r.
Sec. 2'.’ if sit- :i p r..i .. . •: t insist
that he is u.tit.id ti eote, ., i iV- cha.
teo?c shall not he with tr:.*.* r . 1 e si,a’, • t
he entitl d to vnt unless hi tak. the f •’ ■
lowing oath, to ho adtntrustee, d hv the
inspector nr on ■ nf the jvig. s viz :
" You do swear (or ad.t n th-* ■ i-‘-
may tie) thru von ar ■ a /• n f re
united State-, that you ar a:-- .
twenty-one years, s --.-r-iit,/ to the rmet
of your knowledge and ' , f, that > i
have resided in tin*coirle-six nt--d«~ t.e\t
preceding this elec'lim , a:.-"i that y, i havi
not voted this day. '
Upon taking which ntttt:, he shall hr
entitled to vote for nil State idfk*r., nod
if he offer to vote for any distiict, county
or township officer, he shall in n l.ditio-i
thereto, make oath that he has r< sided in
such distiict, county, or township (ns the
case tnay he) thirty days.
Art. 213S —Sic 32. When the pods
are closed, proclamation thereof shall he
made at the place of voi : ng, and no votes
shall be afterwards received.
Art. 2139-Sec. 33. As soon as tho 1
polls are closed on tiie afte-nnnn of 'he
day of election the jmlg.-s shall spi n th
ballot box and commence empties '-he,
votes, and in no case shn'l the hi" * hex
be removed from the room To win aCV"
election may be held un'il the ballots are
fnunted, the enunting of’ bat tots shah hi
all cases be public. The ballots shall he ,
taken out carefully, one by one, by the
'•*y*jv:n' 'it. ot cw "Aid judges, who shall
open them and read aloud the name of
ea'li person contained thereon, and the
office for which every such person is
voted f r, and each clerk shall write down
cic!■ office t he tilled, and the :,.rne of
each *|n;tson voted f r said office, and
-shall keep t',e- r.if'tvi.rr of votes bv tal
lies a- they are road aloud hv tto insi.ee
t >r «! j-nln... The c- unti-'c of e-.-tt - shall
he continued w ithout udj turnni ut until ,
ull are < '-ur.'ed
Act 2140 — Scr 31 If two ti ’to!-’
Me ft an i 1 e»ide 1 toceiher, they sliUil h .til
1 c r ; cted, an ! if more persons are de
-i_- atm in ari ticket I r any oik. o than
a-s ;.i it-, i eie-l such tifSc , -unit patt
ot ti e uc.itet > t.tiil not be counted fur any
-if then,. 1/ :t o-i if-:, t s'i -i.f J,e h< f -r
» .'it of 'brti: if.the fj. arl • f Jud ;;.»*• '-n
■ l ternnne to thi-V «iMis f 'i<Mi>in the person
Veite*i f'ii', and tin- office intended
Aver. £ 141 — Sec 33. As —n r.s lue
v. ’ - are read u 1 an 1 com ted, a i.eitili
- iti -hall '). -.1: a.vi, up -in . : I. of t..-- ; :
t er- cof lair ing the poll list m ! tallies, or
attached thereto, start the number of
i i-i. ;i petSiin vote 1 I r ir..s le-eived, :
aid >1 - i'. Ming tin- r.ffiy, -to iiii -.vlii.-h he
-.. -. e : ■ ! I r, ri :--’i i io.i . i s’...,', !,
.- to ,t ft;!! i-neth. Tii :h
r.ti he .--i ill be - : ,-r.ed bv : e c eiKs,
t. and in«pi.rt<-r One of said
rtili ties with tho poll list, a; 1 tni.y
pa; e- t.. -.viii h i? it attac >e 1 shah '• r
•,ai:n d i the i•!>. t r.' atni pres ,-ri e I -)
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ii- Hie --v-ii-r -o v.-‘ii'’!r th -*.- arc on
f. r i ;V tii':-- ’isthv to. it-ri-.a--.
• i.i bn.I r ill tii to - . -tin r oi
• i: l ce tilicates. with tile p- i i-t ami ta!
y , ... r t. whic:, It Is atta he 1, Ain!’, 1
- s e i up bv tile inspcctni in pr.-.nee .*
j-i-ip-cs a- d clerks, -f.-! -J >rsn I •
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i-.i iitrl til* -elit bv the It -la.l-a- in lo.-
t .. : -. i 'Torft f the r - j-.t. ; .
i h - .- o. i- i. fid a -. ! tl • sal i il is shall
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t and if any f --i s n h of tht pin
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•»> \*:i*i * int fieri- bi ! i v 1 it
tl i-t :l '>•C-.o 4 P.M * •
t i -.vh*» » ii*- r-ti ii* »rli : y i m ■ Pr
an*l s<»nt : • thi joir-•
■ ii - o rr". l\ -y »*. ;* i i •; *• 7 i
for *.*. «* <•!:.\f '.-ri policy of i • A
.A **i's *t .* i ■'» lefuji-? t-A :• • . '
n>
Il* a fnc «loes not burn * I. ar.d you
want t) “ draw it u[>, ! ’ yon sImuH • • t
p A. : !icr-‘»-< th'? hearth, altii tu- ’ r**
part leaning across the l *p bar n! tin
gr:»t', find you wdl # Invc* a g-'o ! fire- li
you wait Innsr **noii"h ; but y in npwt nor
be unreasonable, and icfu>o to jriy tim
f <i' thr* charm !n work For a rharm it
i. c , the poker and tip bar ’mv* !• •• ! f :u
• ng a cross, and so acf' aiing tb . tna i :e
tijj* crnoini who an* j- , ai-o , ; t * of our pns*
" * .:ion (if 1 1» i*' p u hi tv r ’*.'•' fj ,% . *'• tr.d'icii :•*
or eh o of the wi'chos r.nd %v!i:
pve.r. inibt*v«. » k ...
WoMAi;.w.as taken lVo;n man’s and
{ 0 wound •*.as n *t entirely s.-wed up.—
He has had to have an occasional stitch ir.;
his side erer si do
TUf P«yUU«!.Nl Creed.
*» ar always diu and ahv i.ys idiot abridge
personal liberty. —X. Y. Tribune.
Get tain proceedings are constitutional,
when in cases of rebellion or invasion the
public safety requires them, which would
not oi—c{mj’:<»\jiomiI in the absence of
ro.beiliju i.-.van.y,... P. e-i lent Lin-.
vio's reply to the A'bnny Democratic
i '•solutions.
A co.m,-pen ier.t of the New York Ar
gus thus r piles to the above :
1 hese arc the do' ll in-.s that too Ke’pub
punlu-.il.s a"; pcqmuigatii.g, utai tlmg as
tm> are to i i p-'.r.. t». men who desire .
!• .:je our fi>e ii-slitulior.s perpetuated,
unrontaminuted- with thed> giua.s and the
heresies of the no.ideal fat.-ittcs of the
u*.v.
M »t • ! us, r .‘: have jvdxu ,
jj* iti the hcli'.-f .i-.r (was
vI ! I»• • t’• ; .km M,d \s :.r ; I., it it
j vats ihut w< uen* n.:st.iki-n. It will nusv
bv it> iimky o:io m >*‘o amend*
*i:t rrt i -j that cO’njtiiCt, b\ the »ol*
!o a .
'* ’! hi- ir.slrunVdTit •.js;! »•. r.u" a:w void
ill tillirf of wit *'
Thus we Hi'duii have a Constitution
" ■••oil .' ulii’l i.» *•!*.':.. v *.•> mode Ml
Hej.i.h.i; •*Ti -, ; f i » f* utitef
wai . r r- . l-Ci th..t :..ifty h n yo\v< / M.
the ‘ M ! ' ■ »'\r if, tv- • vr, tiio*
L’.:. > iat •: 1 mvip»-i |.» m* at
1 i« li im : o At i i .. lia -. the
-i ' ‘ ' ■: i-i that
toy * »ai* t * * • - •*•... T* -m ■ r Ad
minist ration <j: i i: •• .n * |C. - th«
taates of sueii :m-t. ,> ]/.:,•*•**;..
hirceley, Ihihiin-. 1 . y w m!-; oppose
It, of f »';;•>< . , 1 i i. -VO - i t-; AT*
'•-ted ! r . I.- ■ . ,1 e
n. *.r to -•! .r - • ;:o.-e; bad
coip.tr r.
-■* i iu: rc .t,.*?* :t r. •„* OoiicVe*
t i it ;..w i.v;.-1-. >'.v *, - .,e absurd
- -rt. • .*•» l;.o fabi u^ltioi.
f a.I our « :>v’i und | • •*'• '.'i rh/h:*., it. time
t wrr:-ou; i not ii! i'iiv it in. i). •
Ui *t V. . ? **rL . it '.?■ ir Were
• he Seale I uy it • a. Kii-j.v toev
N li; i- ;ail it tr-.i to ; [ -e the
1 ■ . To.- i'j.'S.d y (leu unc
v i i*’; w-ar'h.: •. *.i ;.a.• -. *•; • / t.iir. every*
'■ '*tjr •«, tdi-*t i II -ill.-;. I. ; k jaL’'.' :<
. Hi *• ’•:».C :•;» -Uirlit
\ h * h . »v<. . v .. a . *i:e11 was
[• *n '-- tiy ri:>t .!i■ 1 |-i y-r, and would
i -' i b.-i i< U e s un , tlieir opinion, ii
**g **u-i i.-«wr» i i-. ». or
f r vy wr,-.
liuw ' a I; -iur;: t' ’a'.- w or wi.li
.'!• XU. • J on,-; -.'-i . ir.-’ed
l r .at v 41* as : * * - *! • I I hr. ’ *:' I. ’ 'i: h«)
map, c t i. .j ••• \ •:i r.c Mta' of
; •* • t*»v.r i - . iivf
• A'. * *’• j,i *!. •: :-r t'l .v».rc
'-’P-r. ’* ,* ir :ai-v
' * • I*!. - * . . -,v a'o ay *. ahri- to- :
No M- t , t. • : :
. .. oii.j • “ ' - H '
i' • i ’■> e - 1 ic l j ' ■'**•• T a vv *ii* V —
? j. n.'.tr v hi e •* .iv*• ; n ay'/vfl coun*
ii».
Ar,- ;v i.-.i ■•»-..* a. -v-d „ .r , f .;. jno
' tv : . .. . t : ' .i .v u. V
.V v! w i ' . t • •• i ;* - • • - v. . • .-i -;>e
t .1 VI - '.t ’P ' •
■ 1*14. Pt •» .. - ' : ■ • . it . at
r ’ •* r i ' l:: ; Al'i.U
r ' • • : ‘ • ‘ ' • i
i * •. • • i ? v : -» i •; »j 1.
i*. i.. »L. u, i . • t. -.;.. » : lii.iy he
. Jia'nj e i ur.-.ei 1 t In l : '.'Mr, ex
- *.pt a • he- ».;* ;. a. st, then our
b • ;h-.-rt - -.rp u -/.aiii. a mockery,
. -t v n'i pr-.‘ rv!':„•
ii M: i. *lr» . i * ;* t v urri>f Mr
' • ' ’ • ' *: i < i • • ; • i f ! A it j i n : ; i
•• • I *. • .. i* • Ifderate
-•d-.: *- - • miii * ».• 1 h*i uhn. an
; i'. *y, ■ an \ i» c-r.
I -a . -i * . ' . !, I • ! - i
th*- S • 4 i'., to .:,r ; ; .• C • . .•..
v. 'll j / . be li* ! .* I h )••«> It
■ • --ic r..» :•#: -. ui *-\ *. I'..- iiuta? v 1 /cr.*
<*i a.- *-t 1 : it ; • t;: .,! I ul War.
\ ” !i: ; ■ - - : a: .’-'■ P i r'
:i*i ! a.;in ' - : mr- » •** . t.K rej- v
«i( U' i.- the heart* nf the trim .overs of
the Vu-.x..
I' * tr : , |i -it W/■(•; ,!:.?< i;xi$t —
•a* the a • • .* • require
- *d '* •• i ; r ... -i*-n - 1 r •’efen:*.-.
" . :. th j ol. - ' t\ nnirtial
\ may j y x,- . a ? here is r.o
. ce i*. l!. - ii-i rj ! nations,
• i ' * • •A ivi, . i- tin* ;.!e;*e
, a ... • . ■
• ' V •- •• • i '• V
‘ Tuv*?r.'iu»v.»; :p •. v\. ■. . \ urehstisrhf-i bv
t- v • . -hr . v\ ;,r
x *h:* ' .1 Aw, S'. a- C •-r.il ihiin-bii
• *■* • ’ ; : 4. ';' ■ . ■ i*. v . it is
- • hi -M;.
*v ana: i 1 .'. i e v >• in;:.--.! ■ • 11 • •: * -! me, —
! 1 ‘I .. - •- ! a t i-i M’K: l hitVlC
'j uoi* i tus- i Ji *— 4 d t,.iinif*,
M’V' :s v • ; t > ■ KttV: •• l:=*i!i-'n ju 11
• y ii.» ; r r-om-iP.* •' 'vo - with
; :.i i > yt»vt>o, ’ i .rat mao A '-••s out
a ;',.y t*.|; he has \ .d < iplir.d ,
rr-r/.- ri -1 • h h|rn up '
This! re .«]• r, A ’out a j .*• f p.-.dinc-o of
‘.h a rt U f f 'vn:* v C it w n 1 e\-A* u at
•v»r i * «r . 1 tin* "Pa Aih-ntV doetrine, it!
th,- 11 - -1 ■ I 1 -is av -•••:• fo ; v rirr ied i
•ii. tl vt h • 'r.a< too iigh:
; 'Tl/.-ns vh** ; iv- ? / '■lied he
■. - •- y I,
/ li»is wis p - t on i ?xeeu
•i* . its ''Oil. - t : o:n tho inni who as
it i ' : ith :■ l ar itio
*j. i; f-v -v t u oo ir n t -1 1
pay «c:n-th- :/; ar»i if m ra4«r t« pay a
sinall sum, than it i> a larrc sum !
1 his a i-wi.-irkabU age nf ‘prc.gioss,’
an*! M-.ury wt’l war i t Mr. Lire: ,.n the
iiirucrtal honor > f haring lisrovcivd !h-:l
tic Con »t it of ion * f the United Suit.--; gives
the prcf-iiient the right to arrest, impris
on, batiish, or hang citizens for what they
■ptobabiy’ leould do !
But fanatical ‘progress’ Toes not rest
\V> nr-- not or’y liable to he nr
r.--.e ' for what we m gi.t, perchance, do,
■i we had our tibartyphtu we are-also lia
ide to be dragged off t' prison by a file of
1-fhrs, ii' i\rr -io nothing and say no
thing!
ffi-ar again the wisdom of ?olo:non :
■ The man who stands bv and «eys r.o
when the peril of bis Government
! is discussed, cannot be misunderstood. —
' If not hindered, he is sure to help the
! enemy."
i Now, if two gentlemen were engaged in
i ‘discussing the peril of the Government,'
and an unrn'annerly bystander should ln
tenupt them with his opinion—no matter
whether it be lor, or against the war, they
! would serve him right to show him the
door; yet according to our modern Solo- 1
toon, he should be arrested, if he remain j
silent, as he would be ‘sure to help the
| enemy’! In this case Mr. Lincoln shows
his backwood’s breeding, and his igno
rance of the true principles of Govern
ment.
•The man who stands by and nays no
thing, CANNOT BE MISUNDERSTOOD.’ 1 Lid
human ignorance and folly ever exceed
this? Why, suppose that Mr. Seward.
Mr. Chase, or Horace Greeley should be
in company with a party ‘discussing Tti-i
peril of the Government,’ docs any «■•.■',
brc-J man suppose that they would i.
anything hut remain silent, unless they
had been add res.-ad by the party in di
cession? But, according to Mr. Lincoln's
doctrine, their silence would be cotic'u
sive evidence that they were traitors at
; heart, and would ‘help the enemy’ !
\gain, we arc neither to be allowed to
express our opinions on the acts of the.
Administr ation, nor to ‘say nothing Tire
consequence is, that wc Democrats and
conservative W bigs must hurrah fur Lin
coln and his ‘nigger’ war policy, praise
Ins: ignorant and inefficient general- , sav
lb:.: they won 'great victories, when tn.-y
have bet n defeated, and swear that tl.i,,
war is waged solely to restore the Union,
w-h.:ii '<c .'.i! know it is waged to free the
negroes, and to desolate the South.
gardic-.-s of the future, or w e are liable I
be arrested and incarcerated in an Ameri
can Hast lie, ‘till tbe end of the war,’ which
will not terminate so long ns the Republi
can patty can retain political power by
, protracting it.
What reasons, think you, reader, are
given by the leaders of the Republican
party, and by whom the Government is
guide! in its policy, why wc all shad not
be arrested ami imprisoned or banished v
Is u because they do not consider it t • cl
Is it hecan.se they do not desire to do it
Nut at 'til; but here it is, as published .n
the New York Tribune, from the pen ui
Iforai t, the immaculate :
" And just here, Mr. President, is t ie
mistake of arresting Mr. Vallandignam or
any of his school —It gives the Pro Slave
ry Democrats the excuse they seek h r
• ■■I poking, embarrassing, enfeebling m b
paralyzing the efforts of the Government
to put down the Rebellion."
Which covertly means that tber. is oar.-
•et <>f the people arising in the mnp.su of
• .ir power and hurling these hi: a 1 .:.:,;
•\ i ants ii 'in offices they have so .>;..■:’•
, 'I- ‘ti.-giueed. . ..
I*, was only a 'mistake wnen la
i'l/iianv v.as aroused l.t midnight, by a foe
soidu i-, battering down his u-..or.> .. d
1 :>':ui g hiiu o‘F, ::i tile* dead houis Of ll.'-
’t:ht, us the thief does his booty. • si art
mt.it i tied populace should rescue him —
And, feitow citizens, if the guillotine
should be raised iiere, and the blood of
' thousands of our Union-loving, patriotic
•it should run like water in the gut-
I...s, there would he no other ‘mistake’
about it out tile danger of the actors it.
thi- bloody drama losing the political pow
er w hich they now possess. True, holiest,
pair, 'tic principles are not in their cr.-eU
Vat merits of equal an I exact jus. tic- to
a - tiie members of our Union, a- it was.
i.-v.-r had a resting place in their l.
Fidelity to law, tiie foundation of pea ':
-iri-f picsperity in all Republics, has been
s .outer] by them as a dogma of the olden
j lllllc:
But what of the future ? 0, ti.e j.,i
, a- T impenetrable future S l.< th. n.-
: ay of Hzht driven through the dark ar :
b! n.iv pad that now shrouds us in u;y
teiious forebodings of coming events ? t
- o but one star —the polar star f or
’■herties, which may guide ns to betn ;
hi-, r —to a re union of the States :u d ' ■
kb'il prosperity—the Ballot Box. 1: w
l\ to free our country of its present : u
:• r:, by that means, we are a doomed i .-•
pi-.-. Our liberties, of which « • iiav -
L- asterl f<-r many years, will be w:- ttd
i on us, on every occasion, should a litff ■
uvil commotion nr dangers of a foreign
war ensue Do Democrats fully realize
tiie dangers which threaten us? I f ar
not We want thorough and complete
organization, and a determination on the
part of Democratic party leaders every
where, to carry the next State elections.
Every man who is willing to read a Dim
•ratte paper, if he is not able, nr wii; not
nay f.r it, should have itfree. Oreai.iir.a
•i in every city, village and hamlet a. ne
. ; effect this object' Of vvlmt conse
quence is the paltry sum from ea-h in:,".
<•! means, which it would require to li ■::
n important an oliject! Indeed, of what
v>!u; s life itself under a long, i
.'.'n-litior. rule? If conservatives, : a!
• iivi-s, will but pull together, the Ui.h-n
’ may lie restored, and our country and c-ur
liberties vet stand. The man who ,.vn.
hints at a division of tiie Detni'cmiic pat
'v, in these times, should he braiu.-rd as
a traitor to the welfare of his coontn
Vo matter what our individual views are
in regard to ‘pence’ or war,’ vvht-n in
e •me t) the polls, blit one sentiment
sii'.u'd pervade all—the election of men "f
und principles, who ‘knowingcur rights
• lure maintain them.’
AN OLD LINE WHIG.
Clinton, New York.
I.trr.'s Happiest Pebiod, — Kingsley
g : vcs his evIJeoce on this dispnteiTpnii.U'
ile tlius declares: “There is no pleasure
that I have experienced like a child's
midsummer holiday—the tjmc I mean,
when two or three of us used to go awry
up the brook, and take our dinners with :
us, and come home at night tired, dirty,
happy, scratched beyond recognition, ,
with a great nosegay, three little trout,
and one shoe —the other having been ,
used lor a boat, till it had gone down .
with all hands out of soundings. How
poor our Derby days, our Greenwich din
ners, our evening parties, where there
I are plenty of nice girls, after that! De
j pend upon it, a man never experiences
such piaasure or grief after fourteen as
: he does before, unless, in some eases in
1 Vis first love-making, when the sensatUvn
j is new to him.
Feemno is a truer oracle than thought;
, hence women are much oftener right than
nun
Speed) of Htrhard O'Gormtn,
At the great T>er.:i'i.~ '. .. _
New York, on the 4th of July, Mr. O’
Gortuan said:
How are the people of the North to be
come unanimouslr The Government has
its own plan, and it is exceedingly sim
ple if it could be carried into clf ct. It
is simply this: That *d| the people in
the North areto concur with the opinion
of tlicir party or retire to the Dry lut In
gas. This plan of .securing unanimity is ;
expressed exemdingiy we:: it. the pi,lose j
of unconditional loyally. It means that !
you must (‘is 'ss no public question un
less you uiecu-vs :t b ti 11- e tuv.jrab.o t <
the Government am! 'he il< publican par
ty. When the! • is adiscus-rv:. you must
not stay silent, hcram e. as the ['resident ‘
says, juM must - .rue out ::i tnvor of the
Govert.inert it.d is actions, w het'uer you :
like th e • V ■ : mrst read just :
v*'.at , -r- the G. . riiliient likes, you :
must ifatwi.iit telegrams tr .a the war!
that the Go -n.mer.t oncocfs : you must i
get so mu..! iite.i s i little information j
about what is most hear to you, the sue- j
(' -.-.si *-i ,ij' arums ..tel r:i_- iate ol tm-ur i
l.r- •.’.ire-:. :: -sly ’ - the- Government 1
■ • The G vert nr ■■ t v hi i
he pu.crr.fli, mid you are reducing jvur- ,
• S _s : ti . site., children- ,
• y .ii.'.itii and si.u. . ;r • y s and I
take what the Go', runic .! ;ivci you. ]
[Gr - .t bttlgbt--" ’ M'.'.v that little nurse- '
ry : an was :>■ u to t.n.e tiled in .
Du rope, x i re was a luonurch in Duropu
W ho ins iO that rin Fra.!•••• ;
tine Ho w:, L -Is XYF; ‘
Mid he could not ' ms ;.*•■ -:>!<* tj agree 1
with him in everythin.* - tney bad one
.11 *11:'. ■ * i■ i a... 1 .ue. , ,>.i i ,:,e pi til
tl.'.t l.c adopted to •s'—.rv c. iti.miiy w as
t i send :.s t:.:ruv as t. tiiocal t proper to
I place .:ailed the Bas'd!-. Now, possibly 1
| you remember that he continued that an
' til the people, long apathetic, were at last
I stump into rt-istaiice, ami they walked up
with their unarmed breasts to the- Bastile
and tore it down stone by stone, and
(■■wept t; the; tiling from the face of the
earl I jj i eat < ’■.-.v-r. . p. J And ti.at re
minds efa st ry. [Daughter j
II i e. ih was lit bv Gel-.
Dufayet’c '. Git.V* .ashl. : • ti, nb"
a <■ d h as i 1 r, ft bn .1- t ■ .■ ry ol
freedom over despotism, and be hung it 1
p in ii.iLMt \ ei”. . heard iiiat,
licit k y i 1 ...... . , at,i I '
cm very ■ . 1 • • 1 v ir.i .imed it.at tin txper
im r.t I ins : it ide in thi ... pth ot the
'•irdnnrut, ;c I il. it it exHcl’.y tils Fort
Lafay. c... : expel me".! was once
It.SV Di.pla:. I. Tiicl'e Wfls
uj a rime '.hire r l;::-g who had a will
ef ' s • wo •••.•I a m’t i-'.r who was dis
posed i.td'hit: 1 ru king was Charles
" i .7 . . .u-■.•.. .i ■> sy.-t.u: of
u ici r.diti .: al loyalty they calii ■:
v.■ t-.l -cf.ii 'i :.t • - v.! ■ no ti ing
a.I i tin- p: opie at -r. an:’: tn iy was no
; uipi oir.i . he .■• ■ • • u . n i 1 1 ,r. suit
: .. led bin : ■ ; • :. ,h j : ... t:.at
, M". r •«' «:•* • or t n before
him wiieii tie-said to Lord Lyons, on the
114th of September, Ititil : “My lord, 1
can touch u bail on my right hand and
i order the arrest of a citizen in Ohio.”
| He ili I it. [Lighter ] •• I can touch’
the. again ami ■ r;i r t’-.e arrest of a
■ Lift... .! V i. •. ■::•!. >! 00 it.
[I'reine :: •- an i <• m ..; ; louse. A
I • • ‘ i ' y -
a-'.:. ] <’.;ri • ■ • t . >f ib. uand
... b. :• .. .. a.. " She
... .Jt . n . 1 -...I ii people .V
-1 ■ i* : - .a p. i*. : * -. • t....
■i G b ., »;• alt;
at tlie « • t vi.ich th« citireiiii •>(
\ ' • •■ ■ ■ r.t . ur.; ....
M i rmar; i scirt kn^w
. - r ' • : I t . . •• l . . . . ‘ . , . \ :
tpi j I lisa I ■ nay
poor voice . r | • ace wlr n f thought
1 pos-ibli. and. 1 heliev : that from time to
tini' uurit.g the Iasi two years of war, an
honorable peine, an h-u rub!- reconcilia
tion, an hom rail.: - 'ii p>r. muse would
liav - »• • t • ■ " Hut now that (lie
war i- m u a.; .. • t ;nt w- arc
the gtip and - . . ■ f the liziit ; now
l’. .1 * f 'i • i■ t.. v ! *> 1 1; • i ‘ l • - * i d! 1 ’.f i.;!!-
■: ‘ • •
Y'.JtO •* '■•TUf* ' i Ji’TIii*1 • ’ tnj,
‘I !:<»»!•!'IV'T. ••• x •'i I Mi t III s'iV
.: W . . .
DO » H'.tOV I'C’.I it*’ - u - la * •
\\ : t •,
•vas < » ’V- * * 1 k
■ ' i »•
By his • '
ti nt ! v. : j j,
win- tin l tti. n - t • .. .. ., ;
which the interests ..f Sa
r, large par!, rin-i w m
1 • ■ - 1 - ry c. i
w c honor i i e : ■ . ’ -• . : - ' oror
Dow ney for tin t. . • m.d : ;• rn-.rv I
I others, ami ,-o .iii. cuy and Su ' • w htd.
l.c- serve.i . . < hi- : n !y v. w.: 1 i .
The Bulb :in i fu r.tm ' i , d.l tint
■ 11 m * s I*, tills ... ..... 11,..u 1 it...V i
it is r.r.t m the nature of that sheet t,. say
a just thing, without a withdrawnl or
prowls.'., it s--(.ii'»“frMvevv to c "T*m:c
iiac.k fioni merit i... ni ...u-r.t ti.at it finds
itselfermn'.ile i to roe: gidj- ar. ( acknowl
edge* it. Hence, we arc* riot surprised
that immediately it had made this just i
eulogiutn on a faith! I public scivaut, it j
shall have been startle', at the excel ’.unco
of the character wl.i.di it has drawn and I
turn round and endeavor to daub and I
smut it. To this end c mes in the habit-1
nal “ but.” “ But he is not loyal to the j
1 Union,” etc. X v,v we would like to know
what the Bulletin bases thhtclutrgo upon.
It docs not spe"ifv a act or word of
. I>-:wt::’v io 1.1-:.M : *tf.* .Ti juiintiou; li
ds re not charge jt to suspected ulterior
. influences, nr to tho influonco of associa
tion.; fo-,lb.it Gto stultify k'jasB
. words, namely, that on trying and criti- j
, cai occasions Downey shown himself j
master of hfs own position—“ faithful I
! NUMBER 86.
I ,-o» 5 ,h. yar&fejjgig,
or dinractct—the “great tack 0/politi
cians.” Let us be jusi* to ill.' If the
Bulletin finds cause to oppose the election
f it man of firm and faithful purpose
’ an i ret, as it says Downey 1 is, let ft do so
1 an party, or such other grounds as raey be
f.ir ami open. Finally, would theUulletin
■ in*,* tv* have its own course in regard to
“ secession” and “ loyalty" and •• Union
ism," contrasted with the speeches, wri
tings and acts of Downey ? If so, it can
he gratified*to its heart's content, or dis
gust —according as it may find its nntece
.ini;; and record agreeable or otherwise.
— [S. F. Journal.
--4
Asst.su.fok Buead and IUckiving a
S. The Now York World says: “The
ask for the Union. What has the
Administration to answer to them ? It
has to show them the armies of the nation
wasted for two consecutive years upon the
outskirts, the hem and fringe of the rebel
lions States; it hns to show them a knot
o! factitious Military governors and hypo
thetical members of Congress elected by
the bayonet; an imaginary State carved
by Congress through the sacrificed Con
st:-.ulion out of the commonwealth which
c us/Washington and Jefferson and
Mauison and Clay ; a proclamation sweep
ing down the social institutions of half the
•.•un try. in defiance alike of vested rights,
i hereditary law, and of practical states
manship ; it has to show (hem exasperated
; ; motions systematically alienated, and
t. faction triumphantly proclaiming in the
■of the natioi.al legislature that the
l was not worth preserving ; it has
to sl.vw them Wendell Phillips brow-beat
ing ti > President, and JInracg Greeley in
suitmg their love for the Constitution with
the vulgar sneer, “ Don't you wish you
; »*ay get it»"
The people ask for liberty. What has
the Administration to answer to them.
11 lias to show them the fortresses of
the nation’s honor degraded into tire bafl
! tiles of arbitrary power; it has to show'
1 them tho “ light out-spreading telegraph"
; restituted to the basest uses of mediaeval
despotism ; it has to show them the free-
Jon: of speach trampled underfoot, tho
fi eedotn of the press despised; it has to
show them judges dragged from the bench
by a corporal’s guard, and loyal cities of
the Union administered, as Baltimore is
now administered by Gen. Schencfe, in the
'■• ■ ■rd spirit of the most petty and intoler
ant Austrian tyranny. It is by such an
i t-« —, of which no oratory can evade the
; point, no clamors drown the eloquence
that the administration is condemning it
self while the people are bringing it to
j i Iginent. They have borne their fruits in
Illinois, in Indiana, in Ohio, in New York,
it: Pennsylvania, even in New Hatnp
i shire.
What the Dkkociiats Hops to Do.—
; i. They will restore the liberty of the
, i boss. ‘
2. They will restore the freedom of
! speech.
| 3. They will restore personal liberty by
! restoring the privilege of the writ of habeas
| corpus.
! 4. They will re-establish the supremacy
i of the law. by subjecting the military to
| the civil authority of the country.
5 They will dismiss the army of Provost
| Marshals in the loyal Stales.
I 0. They will not allow tho military’ to
| hr: drawn up in line at the polls, during*
| popular election.
7. They will not permit voters to bo
, bribed or intimidated by guvemtnAt of
5. They will call shoddy contractors,
r«-c4lly government agents, and middle
: it to a strict account, and perhaps make
'.h in disgorge some of their profits.
! They will dUmis-t certain officials,
i , on a salary of a thousaud or twelve
••• = :. iretl dollars per annum, keep horses
• • 1 carriages, and live in brown stone
’■ . :sc“.
1 o. They will stop ali arbitrary arrests,
■ : d hn)J the party wfco have caused them
' be made, bnswcraWe far their crimes,
•withstanding the unconstitutional bill
of indemnity.
1!. They will endeavor bv these, and
ad other law ful means, to restore thcCon
mutioti, and finally,
12. They will use all their power, and
i ad the statesmanship which they can tnus
i ter to their aid, to restore the Union as it
l was before an insane and fanatical party
: endeavored to carry out the unconstitu
i tiona! Chicago platform.
— : « —
Gettixo on in the Would.—There is
\. whom you remember iti his early days
’ ; i college, an ungainly rub with a shock
• ad of red hair and a tremendous Scotch
. accent That man has taken on polish ;
■ has got on ; he has seen tho world ;
is an accomplished gentleman. There
N if, ten years sine ■ a poor curate, now
L'-n to the charge of att important par
'd. There is C, hi; has married a rich
u He , he hns a fine house; he has several
i rses, various deg«, ant?many pigs; he
I ts made so great a rise in life that you
. • mid say that sometime* when Ite comes
iwn stairs in tiro morning he must think
, d.at he is the wrong in,att. There is D,
me years ago he tiled in vain for a cer
• .in very small appointment; the other
• i .y he was offered one of the most valu
able in the same profession, and declined
There is 11, ho tried to write for tho
magazines. His early articles were igno
triitiiously rejected. The other day’he got
thousand pounds for one edition of a
i w of the rejected articles. You know
now, in running <h<> race of life, some
•tie individual shows his head a little iu
howt-p-gradually ir‘>*rew«-a--hia ieiuTf and
lit.ally distances nil rempetition. Once
l upon a time there was a staff of newspa
per reporters attached to a certain Lofi
| den journal. One of them, not apparent
j ly cleverer than tho rest, drew hit by bit
ahead, till lie reached tho woolsack. And
when he presided in the great assembly
whoso speeches he was wont \o report,
ho must unquestionably have felt that he
had got on. Indeed, I have heard that
homely phrase applied to him by an old
Scotch lady who knew him in his youth;
and so who could never speak of bis suc
cess in life save in modified terms. “ Our
minister,” said the old-lady to me, "had
two sons. One went to India, for
John, qf went to London; and negoitNi
vfirj Tell." No doubt John oa*
for be was at that time Chief Justice of
England.’—qQdOu Vr v, Jas - ■ ■
An army, like water, stagnates by rest
and is kept fresh by motion.

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