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St Ev bom. 1 g!ta aiidcrteath and he na m-l fr ,'' ., . , ,- .,,, ; . ,. t, . , ., , , . j' ' I ur a limn, tbt it 1 Dot vctca to any i.uck.of WoJ,f.U,Wil. m U.)W(L j np. He! iudiviJuaJort-orporaiioo; but tho :l, P,utr iui...tii,ar..iil.iltu ,t lUlia, LltlH.ugbcaruUyifnotartluny word- Ub.t tbe e (finer e,oid be algnalltd .i ,. .,,,.. ,,, . ... ,,,.,,.,! ,,', a view eident!T to eacafte HI., . . k.i.i iKrllHk riill fav tl.1. ....... ,Wr r3upili.(f. No one w. hurt. II l...xiu in Congrr beld ,ih.f .m-tt.Turf.!. tre(ii.i bkb w. . . ..(.. . . 1 i -t L '-"'. 1 I .i t u t:r ii !".! mo uuctVioU. A (Hl ... . .......i.. i ... .,.,! sin- Jdir tl.-iu.ht U. ipifliii uukIi to I i. ViH.fcd (r the pien ul. Ill evident ;l tutf are tot exactly a happy family, j l i e tailed iriu from J'Hort Fall to lluiitnd n.':t with an ai'cidenl near Norlli I Mateuduii, Tiieiy muroing. Il I up p iord Uikt ll.u ei.iije broke a rail in ;king and t l.e pttteogcr far wtt ilirowu fiviti l l.o utile kinl dragged tome tlitiauce ou iu il wheu lb ouupling broke and it ttopptd. 1'herc were aUmi j .i-i;,"-r on il and a.'i etctd iu jury txu-pt JIoracsToddof Cutllngnville, wb.) wii tiijurt-d Intirnally. timiiir m i im mii kk Kiyn.. II. jarti.K witu i ixot r. The nun La aui.k entirely from view. All in a ti!l and mute a nature' hand cn make it. Not a ripple dis turb the surf.ice of the water. Slow ly and rioitcleaaly the thin edged pad die, wiotded by an arm at the stem, pukhed uu along. I c) y-1 tee that point that projects' out into the lake twenty rod efur u ? W'e are a going to round it. We are rounding it now. ( In, flio i sitting in the bow, aris ing from her neat catchc-f the firht jil.uico beyond. "There they are I S-o thim jump! The water in alive with them 1" How her eye glisten a bl,f ulanda in tho low of that caaoeb There' true fire in them. Hut bo calm, girl, i hey are your. A score of thfm khi'l fei'l the nerve in your arm before we return. Thin day i your. A few careful utroke further for. war, I and we are dliot into a little cove into which the narrow inlet empties it-'lf of the thousand rilla that it haa gathered from the mountain aide; jut ting far inland and loaing itnelf under the thick undergrowth of tho shore th it betid over their branches and their foliage to kins the surface of the rival water. 1 r'lii.J ua the lako rest as smooth and gly an though shut up iu a huge goblet, l'ut all Ix-fore us tho still iiurfaco is broken by a continued series of rippling eddies tbt( er.twino and biiip tbenistd ve amid each other. There in irf there thitt terjuire only a tkiilful hitnd and a heart bounding t Natiyre'a iiupu!ts, to draw out. I'icking up find adjusting the light n I ailver-ferruled rod I reluctantly it u.:j;ht as well be coufesscd) place it in ln't gr-vdy baud. Nor is it the first titnf that he has touched it. With a firm and steady grasp, nlie M-i.es the I nt. 1 he string of flics, a if ri j licing in thi;ir freedom, dart from l.er hand, f.-r t moment circle over her head, then spring gracefully forward and alight thirty feet ahead iu the midkl of the rull'.ed waters. Mowly tiny aie drawn in uo jump. Again il l they bound into the air, and again re they t.noied forward to whence they came. But while tbry hover a yard nlove the surface, the water be neath them ptt; and before the teujptiitg ft-kihers of the leader are dipped or moiseued, ihey aro stnurely lodged in the huge mouth of one of the nobie .r.r. iji. (ht i'ue. Nor is he unmatched. Scarcely do the water clone over the gap, ere the aharp twang of the gut tells that her quick eye and ready nerve ba struck" him full and square. . . . , i " "u,jbe led away from the plain ard ! eat-n eye are fixed upon ihe place alienee j pktj f)r uut. t!,e spirt u! th ; Con he has disappeared -watching the hue 1 amotion, the people will read. ly sup as H gradually straighten oul. A ! p'y the ien, a.1 I lx-!ieve they should ,.f ,,.n.n.-'K.B ., tin Mo. the arrangement will l-e c-m- , . . i . jot ve ra-ihw begm. to bend. He ha. tu 'Iccted himself and ha now taken in i situation. Whir-r-r r r go the reel, lie is going to mt ho willU ' Mra gi.l b-r lbs opposite ahore be !,o. U i.e a race horse priuuiy, even to justify the grafr.iug of tbts If - prkiiiiy. T.ul when a hunJreJ feft!qot. " way aud twenty fet beoealh the ! L.y after day we have Ion pfomis- ' . 1 1 it f ed ibis feast ef rcsi.ti tr the frie.,d wkurs. he angrily and ..llenly atop,, U M and in ever w.Jemng circle round at,d rooncl-lotb to suhool lo a ..l.i-iy thread M !ight that It woold, at away like a thi.tle dawn in tbe ! eM ! . Utneii! who Oh. re would-be portsmew! will climb f.rlhu uil the rock and Ihe fence b 'yt e-ot ufxn the batik S ' - f J.M. U uUg ttfe. (ts-cf-frri. i-ce-i. Ii s f .1 v 'TS U- i"jtl?s--4- w I ' eg- I 5 1 3i'.- u tVi.t r . ! fv W r ; " 1 ' T 'a f. t t- i .1 t ' . ,; :i J the .;-,,vilf! t: ' -.. , t $( kV b. Vt. 3. u j a :5 t i . j i.: tW !:. r gut e't'C ti.c t! v ".(', i: ( ii' is a !,, i f i ..-a-to to' ti -a lUiI J k'l-J v; te Ha tbat l st' ' ! a i t f. c :. m i J t' .,. 1 ' " 1 ", l- ' ''' 1 j r...,f,.,'t.-,. , ..i j , tr". S! -t k : ' . t. Ml 4 !t t!. tjxtt. ( l-:.ril tifvi! p, li r- w lw ?! - Lik lb rtira.f-1 r .T is- f- fitdjii 2 i ; j .u ji.,,, .a 4 j,.,..', . -4 5 i.-r,!v j lurt; 'U !," ri i r i ,,...! i ,., .1 (""" .,.,. v. , well put alrt.-i.gi., tbo Hp Lad dipped to tho Ura aud m i,w quivtriufc'. fril)a tW htr,j U1)j ,f ,r f,,., ; .vij 1 cut the Hi.e! No! a IliC.ii- am 1 rmlM , .. "iLatl enau ere m: Pitt- be br'J a word f-'iit n. t re;!';..- it ft-ft-r I bae Wt!e thr.'e rir. '..( -x w 'l'.i pa-JJ.e lo t-rm.' us ..'-'ut, n.e .o tbrut out the tut l i the f ii'a.'U id 1 her arm and sl'pping the ravc'ii! curve of laacewo d around the bow, ve turn our fices and view tho struggle seventy fed away fr-.h IU- t:vr m'i f'i.' bmt Hut every ktrug!-) tr.'.int have an cud. fc'ce! the lino w slackening al ready. He i worn; sh is re ling him in without resistance half to us now. Flit whir r r r, whir-r-r-r. He tho feting and the JiVgraoi; ! No lame, docile creature he ! I'd has been (joling with her-mukii.g her believe he was weak so as to get h r oil her guard, lie is mad! Wo shall see him soon. Ihu line begins to lilt I Up to tho surface he shoots! Clear from tbo water ho leups ! pprinkling a wide circle around with the puro drops from his speckled sides' and lashing tail a uoblo fellow and wnl'ij the noble maiden who holds him by that slender rod and silken thread, within her grasp. , S-KK II OS" UO. (HAS. II. .lOVli'.. Oil the bill 1!. No. old) makii.g an appropriation fort lie C milennial Cede btution of American Independence. Mr. Chairman, the bill now before the House is an important one, as is every measure which calls for an up proprialion of money, aud wo should not pans it unions demanded by the most obvious reasons and urgent ne cessity. Personally, it would give mo the greatest pleasure to vote for it, bur a sense of duty to my constituent.1, and the country overrides every per sonal consideration and leaves me no choice but to stand up manlully for what 1 conceive to be the right. bile I cannot consistently with my sense of duly support this meaHuro and while I would not celebrate the one hun Ireth anniversary of the birth of tho Republic by a palpable and high-handed viola lion of tho Constitution, I desiro it to be distinctly understood that I am de cidedly and heartily in favor of the celebration and exposition; that I ful ly realiza and appreciate all its bene fits and blessings aud will do all in my po.ver personally, as 1 always have done, to aid and push forward to a suc cessful result what 1 consider to bo one id tho most important and splendid scheme ever inaugurated iu the histo ry of this country or of the world. I am not blind, sir, to the fact that the celebration of this auuiversary id the Jiopublie, "when colonial valor struck lrom the mailed bi t" t plate ol English oppression the first lining Hparks of American liberty," has now become a subiert of vital Concern and absorbing interest to the people of this! country. I set the Government up as a stockuolJ- Neiiher am I onj of th it-c who be- j or in a private corporation, bieve that il this appn.pria; lua is re- j If Congress has the power to vote fused tho Centennial Uoicl.ratioii will j thin money because the exhibition is be a Uilme and a disgrace to thi j designed to, and very likely will, pro country. I hc!iee tiie people will j mote and stimulate commerce with nobly liuish what they h vi begun, j foroign nations and among the several complete all tho arrangements for the i Slates, then Congress may charter grand opening in May, and h.'t and j lairs and agricultural shows in every elevate this great jubilee above all lo- j coui'ty iu tho L'niou aud appropriate cal or sectional bifhi'-nces, give it a j grand and universal ch ir I'-ter, and en dow it, if possible, with tho spirit and power of the new lfepublio, Tbi specious argument, that the whole scheme would sink iu utter fail ure and disgrace unless Ci.mgri.-ss make an appropriation, is ftuniur in this Hall; it was heard and wo hero two years ago, diencd in eloquence, pathos, and entreaty; yet, since that time, more than one hail tl-O money theo asked f ir ha Iwn raised under the provisions of the charters, the building-! aud gruuiids nearly com pleted; and there is no aua.Jow of doubt in my ruin 1 that, if Congress rtlUHi tl mi. ii.ii' , . i i'i- ii, i'J refuse at this ti:ne, as it did ll ..... i . . ! pleted in du se ui, and no lisjrr-e u opQM tUma (,r j,. r .,, tiie liurernment During iu lng an I ledi-je debate which we have li.Uuc-d, 1 have watched atd waited hop'-iully, a;.xi - 'nua'v. but in va.u. l. r s me o;il j TtmlD ,,r ,-,'iJ ,,,4 , Uu-i! le ex- u-e aoiabed inH thin air, th-ir promirw bate been broken, and, instead of ptv - jling the l id up..n it. n.ei.W and kup - ! porting U y,. .unJ logic, wa.iu-n,, . . .1- i.h.wl.ii- ,f is -..rr., ,i-k. . tieisau hav. tx-i ij itxt of Utv u- j tbe cctA or 1um oi Uiese corpora - u a,!e uaure Uti.e t,n-l -..i.eiti..-. And so confident were these Lam a burn of ariiui t.iotiu evi.taea at that time that they should raie!nd worthy th b-t efl-m ot patriots U whirlwind f pvn-ioa, an-1 when the jail tb fund desired and twrer call j wen; tmt bow At they propoa W 4iKt v. I -Mikt, eued I v . h jc- . . . . we Ijuui tt it :5ti y at. J e..i fnry, signify if H-vLiir that. iiaeUie rtV-ra. West j!.j,r wh r3.t'".4 ! fii;U hi t.St!.to t i t;.r-o-h t!,! ll.iuw 2n.t a . t 1 t .... ,,." U r.-kU 1st fM ! I.kt.l5i- r' -f C)o;n- uww i-t or. ,.,, k.r VUW Uu. , .Uttr uf U U trUnb i !;..r.l f tt ixewuro b- tiUcrj s 5 rn((w.!:y f;k-J to Uuce tf -ui!'M m ttor ol It pa, 1 1 urga p. in ircK-ix' ui Biporo i jr. ',; ,'Mtnia U't) l-twirmt tntttioer tu -) It. t ;. t! tivptotttful evron to I u'.n ti off nl W !t brtrfl , us t u tho 'beme will fail j l i-'U Ue l4 tu ta t.f.ap ilia bi'.l.iUuurl. I iu u.e trat i-mcc. .ur. I L-ve uritbt-r time ur di'j.K-j k.u t ,i t : UT iuu i e.lenJcJ rga- , .,,.. ..;. .,.,...h ,.f thi. aut.Wt. i ti.!iUc!ir iertt tlie doctrine tbatc ConnHotion either in Iflter or ifi.'t or to l'u mntipy t any iudiridiia! thin olji.Htioti, conclusively refute thia fAlfte theory and expressly declare that this money in to to be paid over in ifinUllmenl Ut the centennitil tward of liiiauco f ir the purpose of completing tlij ceiiteitntal building and other pn-.driiliim. I'.y reft-rcuoe to the aci of IS I and ...... ii. . i . . . i .. i 15 i-, tl win uti nfuii lUiM. mo noaro oi (Jt.,,,uul Couiuiinmoucra and the ceil um.iiil l or.t (it nuance wero crcatcw by Vongicus with well-defined powers and duties, the scojie and extent oi which were well known, and under which organizations were duly effected and the work commenced and carried forward io tho most vigorous and pru dent manner to its present near com pletion. I)own to this time the Government has had uo part or lot ia tho matter, has not sought or exercised tho least control over it, and has on all oc casions absolutely aud in tho mont positive and emphatic manner refused to become in any way responsible for iU conduct or liabilities. Now, ulier all this has transpired, a bill is brought in, and supported by both democrats and republicans, ask ing Congress to vote a million aud a h.iil' of dollars to tho president aud treasurer of tho centennial board of linauco to finish lh buildings and com plete all tho preparations for the great exhibition; and wo are coolly told by the friends and promoters of this ap propriation that the Government has taken charge of the enterprise and ought to furnish the money; that bo cauno the Government has, at tho re quest of these corporations, given out Hie invitations to this entertainment at its own expense, therefore it is bouud to entertain those who come and pay niT their expenses. To those who are at all acquainted with the result of schemes aud enter prises like this, it is well known that the e fleet of the passage of this bill would be to bind the Government, by implication at least, to close up the concern and liquidate all the outstand ing debts and liabilities at tho close of tho exhibition. To all this 1 moat solemnly and ear nestly object and protest, not only be cauu it is. as I thiuk, in direct aud open violation of the Constitution, but because it is in opposition to the plain est dictates of a sound and healthy public policy. I do not desire to become a party to such a transaction or to be instramen tal in opsning a gate and establishing a precedent which under a corrupt administration might drain the Treas ury aud bankrupt the Government We have been entertained here with quotations from every writer upou constitutional and naiioual law lrom ISraxton to Story, with a view to cou vince tho members of Ihis House ttiat they have authority to make this ap propriation under tho clauise iu the Constitution which empewers Congress to regulate commerce with foreign uations and among the several States. Such a proposition, it seems to me, needs only to be stated to reveal its utter fallacy and convince any intelli gent and candid roan that the provision of the Constitution referred t has uo application to this bill, and gives no power to Congress to make gifts or to the necessary money to carry them on Tho theory advanced that tho tnouey appropriated by this bill is to carry into effect a treaty or compact made by Congress or tbo Executive with tiiocc nations who have accepted in vitations to be present attheexhibition hardly admits ol serious consideration; and, while it rouse oar mirth at it exceeding thinness, it at the same time e;i.iies our wonder that any man should bring himself to believe auch a palpable and supreme humbug; and il seems to me that nothing but the most intense desire to be original aud independent ould have hatched out such a theory in the brain of any sane and reasonable man. Besides, it is not true in point of fact that Congress or tbo Kxecutive ever made or at- tempted to make any compact or treaty with respect U the Centennial with any foreign nation tr anybody eli-e Cunim-ss merely chartered lbo two corporations, gave them full aud pie- naiy powers and privileges to perform ail the act aud carry out ail tbe ob- ; jocts of their creatioti; and the Gov- vrnment i no more liable for their acts or the r debu than it is for those of a ' ri!roa or insurance company wnicn i it has cbarU-red j Again, Mr. Chairman, the record : showa that those charter were passed i by Cungre. under the most aolerou i and pyiwre asturaoce on the part of , ibuae who sought them that the Ue- .eri.meU SboulJ never U called upon ,T' "L.V 1 r " Sp - a l (,t ?,. a. tUt they i.vjlNMp,iai thi wl ead bring tMl lib - J. . - t . .1. .1. t . ... ...a..... . .. i-r:sa pro; '.-, ivw w ni 13 J of 1TS. hi" frlyinf P-'!. i t iee aa-sara-ir.-- I org res nuas y Wiu ,' ictasUnw roti-s;!c4 Rt 1-'H is." r rt.rt'-r. 1 . - h.l ts- 1 1 at Si iH fin ( i vir. v. .1 fvrUuij t c :!.! " !oh V py Utjx turn of rooay, j 1 M."T ! tbie c'u ut.-n w.ie tjrauU'J ao4wbtj b im-o tr4iirire4 i cn brltjr cot 1 ' 1 cuve how t!,e lr-u. of lb mrMnr - u uw tuni up here and axk Con- greM to gie thi-m a mtlluQ aud a ha'f face and eve of their owu sol emu assurances that all they asked wa the charters, and that the Government sheuld never be called upon, either directly or indirectly, to pay a aiugle dollar. Put, Mr. Chairman, outside of all constitutional questions and scruples there are reasons which are couclusivo to my mind, aud which alone would have determined me to vote against this appropriation. In 173 a liuaucial simoom swept over this country, destroying our commerce, prostrating our buniuess, paralyzing our industries, and driving our importers, men hauls, and manu facturers into bankruptcy and ruin. The primeval cause of this terrible disaster was a depreciated and fluctu uling paper currency, which bad led the people into all Sorts of wild schemes and reckless speculations; and tho victims heeded no voice of warning, until destruction came as a whirlwind, and the groans of the peo plo filled the whole laud. Krom lfe3 down to the present time the people of this country have bent every effort and strained every nerve to tbe work of icpaiiiug damages, the collection and gathering together of their scattered resources, aud the building up of the business and indus tries of Ihe nation; but under the terrible incubus of rag money aud fluctuating values they have mado but slow progress, and to day tho wail comes up from every section of the licpublie that business is depressed and languishing; that tho wheels are stopped at the mills, tbo fires are ex tinguished at the forges, that thous ands of men are out of employment and their wives find children suffering for bread And in addition to this the Administration is putting ingenuity aud economy to the rack to desire means to meet our just and pressing obligations aud keep tho machinery of the Government in operation. And more than all this, I know that many of the people who sent mo here to guard their intoiesls aud labor for their welfare aru at this very moment groan ing under a load of taxes, Stale, town and village, which is grinding thorn down to the very earth, and testing their strength and courage to tho utmost to survive the storm and save themselves from bankruptcy. It is because I know them, and know the crushing difficulties and burdens under which they uro now struggling with desperate hope and courage, that 1 earnestly and emphatically give my voice and my vote agaiust adding to their burdens or increasing their dis tress. il r. Chairman, the people of Vermont ure a luw-uuiding, Constitution-loving, prudent, and economical people; they are iu favor of frugality, and opposed to all schemes of speculation at tl e expense of tbe national Treasury, and tbe voting of gilts and subsidies to individuals or corporations; but, sir, iu tho future, a In tho past, if the Integrity of tbe licpublie and the honor of the flag shall require every dollar of their substance and the last drop of their blood, the sacrifice wilj ba ready at the appointed time. Now, Mr. Clmii limn, while I oppose this bill because I seriously question the constitu tional power of Cony re m to pass it, and because I am firmly convinced that It is inexpedient lo do so at this time, I be lieve I Imzard uothii g wheu I pledge you my word that the people of Vermont will be itl Hint exhibition, mid that all ber grand iuiere-iis w ill he fully lepiesented ; Ihut her cili.uioi me ready and anxious lo d 1 their lull shuie iu thit real euier-pro-v, hii'1 that private enemy will gladly furnish all ihe facilities w hich may be re quired lo piitre ber in honorable compel! lion Willi her tistt-r Slates and the world in that nnijMiilii-eiit expoiiliou. No people can j in in this great na tional festival wiili more spirit and pride than the people of Veunont, for none did more to m ike possible ibis celebration, slid none can brim; richer or purer offer ings to this exl.ibiiiim. Iu the great struggle we aie now seeking to commem orate, Adi'ii, at tbe head of ber gallant sons, in mle the first fj-'f-'ressive assault up ou the forees of the Crown, cut off every shallow of hope for reconciliation, and paved the way for the Declaration of In dependence and I be surrender of a proud and arrogant f.e at Saratoga and York town. Ay, .ir, aiming ber green bills and glehiuiiig valleys dwell a jioople to day who are tbe bi-t illustrations 00 fsrth of the ennobling and sublime ef fect of the doctrine of that immortal De claration w hich ti e world will gather to gether lu 175 to celebrate. Jbit, Mr, Chuirmari, there It another view which 1 desire lo lake of thin matter, Which, it mm ins I 1 me, will be both ainu-iinx and iu-liuciive, and will show why w e ought not to grunt hit spproprl ali 01. Kr'iri tha moment e entered this Hall, at the commencement of tbe present ioti dowu to (bit time, our er have been fi.inl wiih the trnmpet tone of the dominant party upon tbi fiuor proclaiming reirencbuieiit aud re urtn. A brief ami i:urory review of their act Ounrg that i:in will attest tbe absolute infill ceroy of ihtir motives aud tb hol low 10 peer oy m ith which (bey have de- ceivJ in 9 peopto and ttole.i into power j XtH.r pn,c!lliUlu0 ullt ,1h.t wooW pnriry Uf J0Wd tlnmM bf Bt,loM power, r ,u.der no more f -atio.l .re-a.cr,, and ent down 'the itlkVtjrttit x!ut ture fcf lb , 1 1 Gvemmet, Tbe vbjed are aoblt n i VI lwi mat ifi jut w Jci iti A Tver ea.t leas Mr tt'aa.. troo4 to itx liYrnrtioi i t! Nt It l b tboro of It MrtngUi ii4 . , , , . - - lHfctK,, ...J ten- ilf - fT ot our ktmisl j-r ; frtr tnj br t MT4 IV.In. wan re fritig m ricrst na eiiij kijM j d.Srrvnl l-(trtuinl ft th (iovrrimtrot la to b rtul by tboar t u iu iiy ? In Iblt w K b M.rwriattd to lb bulldiw tin) beutif)leg of the ground aud ten- . 1 I . . 1 If I . I 1 1 - . I "' I rT ing tli r (petie el tbi great national exhibition. No wan, air, will go further than 1 will la til reasonable and proper re trenchment of the expenditure of tbe Government and In compelling an honeti administration of pu'ilio tITiir; but, tir, I am earnestly and eonsclentionly op posed to d.dng It In th way proponed by IhSM gentleman or beginning where they propiMe to; and In tbe name of our brave Army, our gallant Xavy, onr noble boy at West Point, our faithful and efficient clerk and employe In ail the Depart ment of the Government, tbe laboring and toiling people of onr whole country, the thounand ofboneM, udotrlnn men who are now seeking employment and finding none, and their tnfferluif and starving wives and children, I protest against such retrenchment and against tbi appropriation. Again, Mr. Chairman, what have these reformer and retrenchers been doing In another direction? I put them upon the stand aud demand an answer. We have been here in session since tbe 6th of De cember, and 1 ask these gentlemen what they bave to shw for two month' work, during every moment of wulcb they bave beeu spending the j-eople't mouey, drawing their salaries, and wast ing tbe lime whieb honestly belonged to their constituent. They adjourned over the holiday, Jos- Ing two whole weeks, duriug which time they ought to bave been perfecting and maturing the appropriation bills; and if they bad, every one of them might bsve been disposed of by tbi time and the at tention of Congress directed to relieving the distresses of the people and reviving the depressed and languishing business and Industrie of tbe country. And in that way a few hour might bave been spared to tbe humane and patriotic work of preparing and passing some act which would give penslous to hundred of dis abled Uniou soldiers who ought to have drawn them long ago, but bave been shut out either by some technical detect In the present laws, or too much red tape In tbe Departments. Let us, Mr. Chairman, "be just before we are generou;" let ns pay onr honest debts, relieve the needy and destitute, and do something to lift tho dark cloud of gloom and bankruptcy from tbe peo ple before we run wild with gushing sen tinientallty or borrow money with which to eiect palaces or make magnificent do nations. If tbe democratic party are really hon est, and desire to show tbe people that they are sincere in their promises to re lieve them of their burdens and Infuse llfo and vitality into the material Inter est of the country, now gasping In the agouiet of dissolution, why bave they not made haste long ere this to take an advance step toward a sound currency and specie payment In tbe direction of the act of last session, and thus give an impetus to trade and commerce, break the clouds which cover ns with their dark folds, and prove to the country that they are not hypocrites, Instead of giving away a million aud a half of tbe people's money and wasting the time of Congress io an attempt to elect Jefferson Davis to the United States Senate, convince tbe country that Webster never replied to Ilayne, that we have bad no clyil war aud that the accursed dogqu of States rights still exists in all strength and ugly deformity ? They have the. majority upon this floor, aud can go o:.ln the reck leu expend! ture of tfte, public money and wsste of time;, they can pass this bill and add still more weight to ihe burdens of rrug gllng and iufleriiif mople; but know ye that for all these things you will be brought Into Judgment. Th great day of ataixe is at band whso, yon mutt land before tbe judgment-seal of the American people to answer for tbe deed done and left undone during the present teision of thi Congress. Kelore that august tri bunal no dilatory pleas or dissembling excuse will avail; tbe secret and In tent of every democratic heart will be revealed and made known, aud only tboe who bave been true to tbelr trust and kept tbe faith In Its integrity and purity will receive tbe crown of approval, tbe diadem of honor, aud the scepter of power. What will tbe people of thit country, and of the world, say of a party that ecle. bratea It entrance Into power by tbe adoption of a resolution declaring "That In tbe judgment of tbi Honae, In the preeht condition of the financial affair of the Government, uo obidie iu money, bonds, public land, endorse ment", or by pledge of tbe public credit, should be granted by Congrest (0 aoei tlions or corporations engaged or pro posing 10 engage In public or private en terprises; and that all appropriation from the public Treasury ought to lie limited at this time to ueb amounts only at shall be imperatively demanded by ihe public,' and theo ia a few short week lend lis stwer to a corporation lo draw from tb public Treasury ooe and a half million of the people's bard-earned money, every cent of which tr.unt be made op by Uxe w rang from tbote already sorely bur dened, or tbe robbery of bouest labor? lit view of th consideration I faav mentioned, and the addHtloeal fact that we bav new a national debt of over l,WM,t, wbi-b Is banging tike a mill-Mooe atsot our neck, tad wbiob I every boor crippling oar oergie and draining tbe country et gold, and will ia lb end I fear bankrupt tb Itrpubiie as lesi it I funded and tbe way prepared for tpecl payments, I am oil rely will ing to tak th retpoturlbllity and vot ila tt.; bi!!. I w.--t b.-it.: .S bl TWf trfo!i!; Bj-vHl (hit ?! V3r. ( hlnntn, ! S I ,a ,!( t-xi on;i:r4 b tu nr4iuir , . f t July to o j. thi w.tu, t ;;; ! fnltett miI5 U-ist r.,i t.., .t i. i i; t4lb lllkt it ll'IlR'U !.-! I'll,.. ill M trttt giri;u .. ,-. Wlyn It tl.t!! Ijl,tii) (i H.tt C ' i ir h. . rpoin I !,i . I i h rv- fu4 to bm t mrn.Ur ,.f !,- j .i,,t , th more d rei-ilv j i,cit-.-.-.l ;; to to work and rU ail the toudt !, '1 nut be needed or required, sc.! the gian.i jubilee will he iu truth, what it unyl.t and wa designed to be in the on in 1, the great Iree-witi i tJ.iing of il.e pe n. .-. Let them manage it and take the respon sibility, a they di-tire lo, and ll.crs w II he no danger of failure or dii-gia. . Tl i v 1 bav not petitioned yon lor a dollar an I j bave never aked )ou lor an puvpii- j tlon. Tbey fully appreciate the l.nport.' tinl realiis tb bern llit and bii-iu i t the great iiurpi in in which they aie ' engaged, and Will, if pel nut ...I, en ihsl 1, grand and august oicasi.nt prove to the orld that a bundled ji-an ,av I chilled the patriotism or i.t) d the hue of liberty which flashed forth w l eu en the morning of July 4, lTTil, the o d !!! : 0Hn IndejK'udenco Hall piociaiun-.l ; "liberty throughout all the lam) nul.i 'p the lubabilauU thereof. CAN liK i SUCCESSFULLY ! TKUATED XV lh. ml His im. ut It,.. Knife or Caustics, A il w.ih.iiu 1 a u. Aililn B t il t . HMW, ' 2is ( iiiiii. Krussr. m;v havkn, cos n,. 5R Knoli.ttnir liiiT-ft.tfi.,lt j l' I fur rNiui'lil.-t at, it i'ltsUk'e. AGENTS WANTED I want agents tocanvksa fur tlix Muxiino lti cniil. M 11 i.f thtriKlil aunt tan nikkti liuiu tit in f i3 yn r 'l.o. 'i'krriior Klysn 111 Wruioiit, Nt'W llsttiii-lii's r th enure aikin ut M oue. J'nr Imllii-r p riu u lari 'lj tu or a.hlrsei i . j , ai 1. Sept. tt, 1S76. Mtiii-lik.tr, Vt. 1 Si awljr way ( tin ( t(lv-iir.a. Ariml all atnuiK 1'iiruHivB 1'iiln ltii -It only 11 hktiit tliomucuuH a.. am -iiit 1 a atnl wiaretil iiuttiri. ha. H.iaaisos'a l'aaisTii.Tie Wissuks ri' itm! th oiiiHMUte, tlisy rettera Ihe itiKi-sU'iii. iitii.-ln u 1 lbs liv.ir, tuil tUine up U111 tii4i' synh'iu, thus eer- HIS llvslliiislk. tti kiikclie, l'l.silli.sa, I'tli a. still nil oihur rustiltt of IttniTCtl. CoNsTiSAiiiiS. U elii. t oausa ur tu niikiin, bsiiiHtitiiy aitiutiK wiu,.,m. 1 ,ts.i t tsti Slle. Iairge nut tiik'., iitatti-il fine fnt this Isst priw. DR. MAItlUHON'H IClf.ANU 1IAI.KAM, a tpleudiil rnre fur Uuijuhh, It, .ah iksuss, kinl all TsanAT and brNo aiintplklitts. hir ssln l.v K. B. HAItKlSU.N A CO., Piupiii tiirs, N.i. 1 'i ts niuul Temple. Host, m, and iiv all lirntit.'ii.is. MOT ICE Having made arrangements by tshu li but a ry small p'lrtuui ui mr litii i-tan be direetd to Iiumiiioss in Aiiitiklt'tt, 1 hi'm lij gut liutlje that all aemiittita, null Ac, ill tin It I am inUiriiaUid he psnl er sullkd tn itiv aatisfaotitiu prsviuus tu 1st (if Muri'h 111.1t 'ir tlii.y i I ba put in the l.atiiis nf sit it'.un ,17 fm otillectlun. CuBiiiieticitiir It' of Ki-hrntiry I shnll tin t'tich ansa fur cash only. Tin) lit 111 ut W ast A Uro . will srarlt -in ilvs lime nn gtti.il appruvi'it ittnti'-s only; iu oa bllla are not itttl prnniplly a smt of Sti daya 110 innrii orkilit will tie givt-u int at! Ouiuit will ti eoli'-c'ti'il at oiii-m. Very lli'speitfullv, is. M. Wl'.KT. THAT'S WHY. Prluter who lite our paper wtltu ns that tbey are often writttn to fur iiilniniatiiui ah.ru tt(i'-l To aav them the troubln of willing an nmtiy latter, we asy once lor ah tl at all Ilia htst lonkiug papera in Vermont, and Now llutnj ulntf too, are printed uu paper iiikiio hy tiie cLiiiKiioM Bumainnc cti 87 f f.AKKMON T, N. 11. 2,000 LBS' 0F MA,'IjE -l'(;A1' WANTED -l!Y- .1011 H O. IlJ.At'UMIUi S'jir ip tuba or ..-.koa ,jll do Black iner'H is the place to buy goods r - - ' n cheap.. Large stock anil low prices. ll A R S K H .H H H O V. llstviuK put. baa d th ,ln, nl It ,N. W.lii sasa iu Howe's Block, no ro:iY point, - . . vrmiosr. 1 ahall nianiifkc'.uro til ktiitia if IUru' fiom Ilia beat OAK AND HEMLOCK TANNED LEATHER at priest to suit Inn timet. Horn lllaiikiea, llru-ilt'-., Comha, A.:., for sal- Hdy Till' MAN HKSlbKY. fUE HEALTH LIFT, bi-ilui td to a ISi-it 1,,-s CUMULATES EXERCISE A thorooith gyninaalic arao rn In Ml iniiiii!a one- a day. HEALTH RESTORED tod ajnacolar atrni;(h dvsl,pd by tijOitliitik' tad ibriytirati tbenrcttlatioij. Tired Nature' Sweet Ifestoter, HEAVY WEIGHTS. Tka bluui ia 1 If. lit pail' o.t un-uUtioii ia PERFECT HEALTH. Call and a.- it. m WA'T HAH!. Ai,u. pHOTOGKAI'H hAUJN. J. C, Sunderlin Hh u(sati4 a liboiugrapt, ,.l.,u ia J.CLa,txx&f Ilkrvll, iUcTohy rois r, vr., wlictw b la prs;! d lot ' pinnr. a t,f all kiuda in lilt blicte-sl klllk ul U. ail at taol atiik pTV -.. ir o tl fbf cLisdrM t ivs-tiiikt tv ttt is a fk.r dar aad bkf r B-sa, GAXC1 A N TS. ' t ! t , 1... .! : i" us : -rtii: Iv .1 V ..( I ?. 1 i v. . t Vi . : - . !- ' - i f V ... t , . , .: 1 ; . r. .1 0 P , , -. . .A- I I. ','., I oft t r c ..4 U-O u. ell' .! t " IS '- il; 1 . . !",'l : 't At ' - lr. , 1 I i I-. .1 l-tkk t t.- I 1 T ! (f ! ;-v. .. i'n .1, r. , i ' I.aMi Ml i-'V, l.,tuu t I jAl.Vf V lit "l 1,K s IM.VIK 1 ,". A. 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