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' HaK' eolnmn !;u j );; JTha-'ipMe-oetuieg i-' Wa lines' af t-i -j-ii!ro-. .iMleI?orapDeilj snaU e-usiitufe a cquarei - VOL.. a li'ils .vfi! iili:i soonj: ji:i i: ii- 'ji . -i!in"Jl Ijri.i;.IJ:l orfi "i I'niHOTi 9dJ i ,V -! ;! ti IHO "Kit M nit c-t'iiii ' xo. 1 ;:i -in 10! "'lit ! I ' SAMUEL P. H ARSIS El)lTO iao PraugHZK. f .i-'nii )(;.; Democriatic State . Ticket. '"' tOk 'ffECKETABT -'OF' TATEj; ' ' ' ; THOMAS' KUBBAED, of Logan t.. '.14 . FO ' SUPREME JUDGE, f 'WILiI-I AM1 E.1 'of PciY-. l'i Ht '""""".'bk MEM.' OF' BOAboF PUBLIC WORKS, ' ARTHUR HUGHE Jims 'i iivi-' !!?' 'to "ifnif-r '' ii-rf ! ." ... FO? SCHOOL pOMMIgSIOXER,, , t . -; fUjmi?l ttrafcWddlvif Seneca. ' .,. ..; I , CLEBK. OF UPKEME COUBT, V' ..M jWTOI Mooning.-i - f-n',7 io ?.,?KeTirE.isr. eosrKE8s. r.rf Ilii L.'JAJ-ES iIMcElVTNj. -of MahOniriff: ' " Uhanlmonaly atlopted at Columbus, Jan- ; - r r . - i -J ... DftTJB, 1BQ9. ..... -. 'Ranlttd. That the Deraoeraev of OhiU eon ftTatul;ite the country upon the improved aspect .C . political ' affaira as evidenced by the Mate IV ii ;:iiiiiwiui'4iopoana oaHaenee to tne result or tuat momentous struggle, upon which they are about to enter, and upou which depends, in so great a degree,, the .future peace and prosperity of the Union. : jeolrd,iiVht, unalterably opposed1 tti1 the doctrines which lead to consolidation. we. renew with nnoagging zeal and iacreiued energy, our .attachment to that political creed. which baa ) eer beea so staunchly adhered to by our organ- t..-i.. :nit 'it '; 11 :- iHI ii r 1 s ization through days of trouble and disaster, as -well as good fortune and' prosperity, which was r.ii exprewed by Tho-ian Jefferson: "Kitul and exact Justice to all men, of whatever state or t , persuasion' religious or political peace, com )!;')!; .! rim Mill 'Ml " merce and honetit friendsliip with all nations, J;il till Ka ta ogling all imxeas witli none; the support of , x the State governments in all their rights, as the -.11H I ! most competent administration of our domestic ni ' I t il concerns, and the. surest bulwark' agalnlit arrti republican tendencies; the preservation of the i ii"i'. ejiersi ioverriHent:in its wnoia constitutional vior as the sheet anchor of tieace at bone and 'it! Jjiii i safety abroad; a-jealous care of the rights of , , flections by, the peoBle-; and the suureiuacy of Jaa-(l ' 4hviloyrthemiBtary'authoriry.6 ; ; ,.r,.. i aetottta, jruas nve cqopeuin sne . legislative , " ! '"renrpstions of Congress,' and particularly the . t ! f 1 1 1 -several sow 01 Tecoastrction socaiiea, as Tio lative of the constitutional compact between the .t il 'to States, sndi .utterly subversive of every princi- , . r P,e ot self-government that distinguishes a free Jrol IT people..) 'i -i.t - . . ....... Jtetoittd, Tliat we are opposed to any measures iiiuii inuguun 111111 uid . 1 1 l.c 1 1 L YJl mis uiihib I'Mi' t v"ui ever Jjreken that any ot as menjlier were ever out and 'that we determinedly iwUt that j ' i ; i 0 II i;he Southern States longer being ut insurrec tion, or at war, with tlie. Federal Government are entitled to the full State recognition ami . constitutional representation in Congress, anil -.! .1 1 1 the electoral college given to all the states, and . the denial of it to fhem by Congress, and its ef i;i'ii!''i;torts to'diotatoby military force a government t ,.,r ueiu,; arc .uuconstitutionai.: revolutionary - ' land despotic!' ' i'- '" ' : .,. ,,,,. Mftotettl, Xhni, we are opposed, both in princi Tlle and wlicy, to negro suffrage; that in the '! a t (: I .State-of Ohio having by the emphatic majority tnil .k C Federal Government as1 a most base nsurpation. .,) Jistotvtl, Vhat tile practical elleet of the so tfalied lleconstruction acts of Congress is to ile 1 Iiii'Mver aver ten. States to-the political and social ' . control of negroes, and to place the lives, libera. ) In 1 ties and fbrtunos of tJie -whites' residing therein, in the hands of a barbarous people, ami that it fill 1 wotrid inevitably lead either to a warof races or . the Africanization of the South.. , . '" ' ' ' Xeiotvtd, That notwithstanding the enormous- aad conceded frauds m tiie creation of the pub lic debt, the faith of the country is pledged to its ;,') Ii payment, principal and interest,, according to , he terras of the several acts or Congress under jitiii which the bonds representing the debt were is .sued, but not otherwise, and we are opposed to '" any plan for 'extending the times of payment, thus increasing the .antount of rold interest to . . more than the principal, or to. any declaration. Lam . uy vonirress inut tue principal repayable ui nif gold, 'which would virtually add more than a 1. Hi- thousand millions .to the burthen of the debt, and to the whole insane financial policy of which -7ti n nesC!iueaurK.ar aiparx. of Gu.OOO rejected tor Herself is. sternlv ounosetl. in wiu 1 i.i luipwuiuii ufivii titnvr L7iate, aim rinatwe, svgumiizeisucu. an imposition! D te 1 1 Beaolctd, That, neither forgetting nor denying II 111 11111,11.11 1 in li 1, uun .1111.1 (11 in jjuoi i.iiiii 111 1 111 the currency of the Constitution, we declare that ri-'i ''ins five-twenty bonds should be paid in the same -ii v currency, received by the Uovevmnent fbr their 1 ' issue. and that by the withdrawal of the monop lf.'l''i.ory granted -to the National Banks; this result I !l can be aqcomplished aerous increase of pa- ' circulatinsf medium, thus relieving ourueoule , i,r. .from I the mirtbed of a debt,-the tendency of .. , wrucn .is always to corrupt amvensiave, ana our 1 1 1 ! ! 1 i Government from the reproach of paying a fa in : 1 1 to red class in gold, while discharging its debts . i, so all others, includiagipensions.towKlowsahcl .soiuiero, 111 an micriui curieiiuy. .11' i.i.j. : Kmolntd, That this plan violates n6 law; im . , , , ...pairs no oontract braaks no faith, and instead of l . retarding a return, to specie payment,, is the !'! 1 shortest because the only safe way of reaching i,i., ..tateiHi..i'.t!-.-. . i. i 'fi:;.i t 'D - ."!; !, ,7 t Jiesolted. Thut $U,the property of the country,' . ;) 1 tiie equal protection of tlie Uove'rnment, should l . .Vear an bo,uhi. snare m iu BurtueuSb! rv' 1,1 RfjtfUnfA. That vra :indiirnanM v refect the ) 1 1. 1 .". ' principle derived' from the reddal system that r,lt -the masses of the people belong to the Govern ment under which they live, which in another -);'- form is-contended for by the monarchies of Eu- -17. I rope,. Including ureat Britain onee a subject I ., ainajp. o 11 nj t.i. 1 uim mv i.iii(.ij, '''''. 'maintain thut nn individual lean, by emigration. li'.b t anil vesiuence inanotner country, torswear ms ...previous allegiance,' and be admitted Into all the - civil and political rights of his' new home that ' . .mtturalixed' citizens' are entititied to all the I , (, righto,. as between us and foreign povrers.i which . can be'cTaimed by our native born citizens, and fl! I 'it is the duty of the Federal Government to pro tect and maintain, them by every means within . , its power. - 1 1 " ."'.' Resolved, That the' people will sustain Andrew -ri'fjtJohueonv President of the United Suites, in his . struggle, with Cougressional ' usurpation, and tnat we plunge .tne jyeiuucravv 01 -viiiu w sup- J (I BGI1DI10LDERS, BOiiDr.lEII JIOIH viiit .:'' ''i'i' !.!! iwfffl' !it '! '.'.'I-.' fllfit '' II .TfTf x ' ' .1 .') Ji.lll 111 are not included, in ihe Bwepilig d nnncuti9BBjtktktJbay.be hurled againsi the great body. -of venal wanrnireS k'hl) guck tbelife-biood ont of the faint' aiitf' weary . hart of jthi fahhappy IJepub lic f Applause. n jiThe bbii'dhpldef whom : I, Jneaa .-to 1 describe ahd .de frounce is more of a bondholder' than h& is anything! else JXangiter. '' Iji4 name Is tko.-hisi fortune1 fabulous. Atvi his cnfJEty 'rinrinall j-IIU brivi are1' prerogati're p trift exactions .w o-s.ro uio. t. . v. 4 excuiseie6ijtriiBiiK!8tiniptioiu pert; nis a few A-tva 5n w , ; UnlbitioaiarMighnt yAis ingnstifnae in- rj- 7 -J . ..... .. , -.. . !, aboFe named, which told so heaVfly f MWM? "" )nia.upiicwy aiaooncau tiDon the bondhold WkwI lnghter and applause) (Wickedly, drew from th 7Wfau 4h nan! "mi'nl' Wielding tnenlaiujnng-. aeprre ' tn .i.j.t. -j iwTiJ kwealth, he will peisioii presses,' hire ra vi nuuao; W1UVU. lUlttkl JVUruUl VlblLo I ' . 7 , . UDOlf all-nemoente wha r rlnfnr( U Plead for him at the hustmgS pollt- their countrv , irood . service at thl ' pettifoggers -aiid sliaraelese. shys-i tim. .tc .tmt-M TUHartUJtti ltew. -;He: wilbb! for all' maimel' Of contiuue ld8 labrelnheTialflbf,Jgey,Me enesgnw e Dougnirnor raour and Blair and the Ckmstiroi r" 1x5 eorneiy bilt Wpon hOuse-tops aiMt' m tne Dy-ways. worfcih out its, own salvation; for if poor trash of the North there is no flip : rebels.' hadf ti-iumphed, who would perceiveable difl'erence. Yon are all have' redeemed ..your, bonds ? - It : is quasi mendicants and partieeps erini trnuaij finances, "are the.shiews: of Inis in the felony of poverty, and alike Ijvarib'al Wi.'es'.)ti)e,.trntht,in a distastful to us lords of fortune, who lbanoii Hail, ITew Sk! : : i ... : '.'tit .Tytlis:' ;tiie' ley will operate fa no citcumseribed sphere; they will lay foundations' Tor -mtiu.liS.f I.A.1. dun., aiil liV.ii, 1 till yictory perches .upon onr bifnnera' in.YAvamluw. ( T : r r,:... V t-. .u i 'H -.i Ji it, lit Til t iqqiia CT-ll !(.ll tier ihaiiH aWkn7o '.iiY e 4i, u ,,.;J : Ifotbre mischief bMhideep-and broad; up aa the other issues of the approach- ft111 found- aWy and ofganizi iis-essentiallyfinaWciai; rMTLrT" -IrV-S Theralbr anff skill displayed bv the t "a.nK" "PTT15 TTi c..t.. ,j:a. t-i I-will betneir(pBsitriM meir oai tween the. States, sboa Atiggesied to "T-g"'" ,w""rw1T--" tt. - " : .will be the .teTieiblel v4ltet MV ViTI thatSs howMstoryWttt- ThaV'the- driTrth!,r TfM n.!.. 2.e .ii a- ,i -v ; ltiecks f trostrate:''neonle.i "fAp- Huuiiiiniunn f li tnAnniimwB rn nn nn I . - child's play,' but would require for its consummation a 'mighty-'army thor oughly equipped.' '' Armies' are cour struct ed of flesh arid blood ; areJoh-. ed, feo armoct and paid with' money. The United Stateb Gov ernmeht, then had to 'have ' the' cddier and money, To- raiie thesoldierliey- offered , lausei Bonas 'wbich' pay jfirjlx arid-draw a golden "interest, wfH be the rock on which they witt'erecttaeln ; .11 .1.1 1 1U 1 lUlll'lll , UUV. 1 .1 U V. u I. . - their voters Will nfamMe 'aver at'thefr alWrswilfttik'cVeed of ci-sferoscHpu tion, -aiBcrinrihationarld' fypferessiorf.' ' TiefrWorship."wiir tii a'orehfpf 'of :, S'hZ'f Th C T, Bedgetf riahdbs-or'&dtiall Btf. issued bonds. The youngl taid,,. L.Rn ?. !raH'niTW ar,3ib PUBLISHED EACH THURSDAY. S7th HAKBI8, EDITOR A)SD fHOPETETOB. J2 00 2 GO 1 00 anered ( aDDlause .and lanshterl : and south down, find intonri rn l-nnji ; ft.T.r -l-lt'f --n: it! . it. .:. . . 7 " "' I you mnsfr remember that .when your there ; but we have put yon down, and money was uriuuieu; . u "ve miena 10 Keep you there, isetween the Republic, i was a( the same time the poor trash of the South and the 'J ','? j. '!'- i1 Republic, where i the peoplpf shoulder arms to f Vt,, ilioti. Jii..iii4iiin(i flian I ftnrl Vii i 1 1 1 o 1 1 riTi ii o ' p 111 1 W 1. U1UU llUlUIKVII 1 1 ((All ... iMll.l... j? rom inis nour the fiollt bondhokler.s ' ' fin m a'nd'h'oiiothe1 haughty m ltm itothebULpr ..io., t,ty .Liii -.ii , elaiiir.iluaiWiiHAi;ir;luau-ri I IU1U OUliniUlllUt.Tj bills HU i.y nii lllUUUL 1. . r.-...lt -ii.l.-i.l ,' ...- for, the rijCh speculator. If they are go6'd enough for the million they ' are for ftte" 'mfflUonair.''.' fhe; are gbod brilliant banner, will not in any hu ciiuugu iui tue uuuiuie wiuows ana man probability consent to see now uifuaiw ui mo uiaYc iiicu wiiu leu ni storm oi famine precipitated upon ttie tfj,&lira-!enohM.for this country, amid the deep darkness thW' hauehtvi:1wtve'sdh'd,dau!rhters of itttCoiigi;;5tt.ured;lh-.'the open. pf"frJ-..uf' ti"ffvw pthe-JdiscfXset' men ' trhd Heref were in bright banner may go into eternal ..at- L.-ZZ- it- .r 7 7 , . )v7 'J7?.-" 1771 . a nsnr. (.juoua lagnter. y v ny is eclipse. Men will be found .brave and quu-edotorfety from th bbndholdei-; with a honest enough to tell tlie poor people . , i - c -r . - :-:r.-T"-.Hont bu uroxen uuu uiusnmH. iiikihls i wnv lr. is tnnr Tnpir nvonnrmiiv nnn- l .v.-. 1-:-'- . ,- ... -.- f- - t,:.,.. wey are , nereaeemedm 'ijU: feHw' M w.,d CQin.iii .On-! the ii contrary?'' when-an"! t-iiij rnnT) 5i.-.iyoa : . amendment was offered posing, to. issue these bonds tb make thon payable1 in cbinthat amendment was voted idown; fAp plause.J xThi5s a matter of record 1 An atina in'r ornltl frt t.Tia cpni. nf nosvrpjri I' " - . o v v , . ;,.iJt". I uaiiSiW: pa one, legisiationjtandr.iaft.-quu-ed: notoriety from tbel feet that it uyuurao,uu, very raamwi wny wneni they were: put upon the mafket, they eaoT de-in aU'cdrihtries Is rmtienib!'ft)nlyj tt feraer taM1 ;eitent,!lf ' 'an!! 'they had ' DetJqr- ifae ev i port him in all Constitutional measures to re lieve the white ueonle of the South from the ne- aro governmcntnow-being imposed.upon them, n ? Jiesolred: That tlie ; fortitude and eallantry of . i . our solUiur in the recent civil war in defense of tlieJinion. entitle ttiem to uio irratitnaeoi tne . . "i;codntry; arid they should .ever be remembered l by itlnitsibowaties.'-' ul '-i'i'ii.o .1 ' 1 ' have neither the the,purpose nor 4esire to re-es-"j tuWish slavelpy, ffor to Assume any portion of the debts of .the.SUOjes Jately in rebellion. : j J 1 '.)..' ."KUl lil . I .'i-lti'i'H.'BOT-PICTTJRE. .11 ;r. i : Here fj7,a good, ,bPXTpieture r b We JtnQWt theiOriginal'eve'rat''of theni. ii 'tTby love, tO'',get;in the Wi they don't' mirid'ahout: clothes. ,.i to, auu .vau 11 j . iciij uicjiv mvuusi.uu v ;uicj uu.tt wiciti .ni,-rttbey lose thisir books . coming froiri .ischool-the cold doesn'taffect them ii itth'sVring th'y play' hall, and play 'll' 'atVttari)lea n) the gotteirdn the:sum jt jjjme'r tliey fly kites, and after every eiiv v : . i nhis" they try standing" bit', their, heads. f w-'J ,SMfy 5 eit;toeiiir4iey. Vji. v tiuyA :". .li i-'ivj 1 1, .(..v. (i -1. !ii; i-M'U bravo, Iree-Boartedj,'areless'Oiiei' ' JiT.With his Unchecked;' nhbiddon joyy,""', f.liio Hie Oread bt books! and love of fun - And n ;ais,oiear,nni ruuuy smite,' ; Unshailcd ; by; JJipnght of guile, j t f: . r 1 , iulfli9e(4 uy- iiBCS3,j... ; f,; it f...l.4ni. L I"' 1 .. .... . .!I1C( riii.il j if 'Which lirincrs mc to m v childrMMsi.hilfk - " ' And felt its W glntlness' , ?,.( : -1110- ivi.lo l'i'"'. 'Vw Yor Independent; ' 'I iMbswHB. L- 7 1 Independent. ? . 'iSTbwiE.' ' very! fitly says ' '.the.fplldwtngr : Yery estiniabie, and '"'we trust yeiy religiqus young-women, :,''L. ' ' ii' '-'L' 1.'''' ii '' ... ... -fJ Boiiieumea euitji- wiB, nonsei;troa in a costume whiclj makes the acts of de-j ypipft in,the ?firvipe seem, almost Jbui-, '.'j-iiiff t jej jriak. little creature, " comes mto. pew.! ,w4rh. her haiciriz ' zled ' till ' it , sjands; , on , end. in a most " sklmgi'manner fatfting ,BtrigDf: J.bs pbUspf .insoj, sjiei roajj look , " eeedinglyijetj njfiquanteif tiai "idcne ere;fir.fi jgwm ofioroi I 'jnel ( oaf, jiableanr-p.a.ity,, yrml& W. i all jn.ery oo.tastej, b,vi ashe.cojaaes, to " conifess thai, ?&ft,rf? . ,niis,prable-fiianeri that she has done the tilings she ought not to have done, and left undonej the tMngy sheVught'riaVe' jtloneHas he ''takes' 'ripbn neif lips most solemn. . and tremendous1 w'rirds.' whose' meauincr ' runs .' fahey(jrid; 'file 'info !a .' raWime ' cibrnlty therels' a discrepancy ich 'tftihltd' be"liVd'icrdus if' Jit 'Vfjjngt melancholv." ' w waeriminatiah shall be made iB l howJiatdestJned, under our pros'ci 'O0Heiuur- agamsX' the soldier ., Let regime, to remain so forever. And liSTnn W'p'atallerbetweeri - their erv-J when the virtuous indignation of op iceW and sWfterShg ,' 'and see ' what it Dressed millions. 'throwins off thin vo. arfWuhts4ei,lJWhiieil ;the ' soldier was straints of a too prudent forbearance, . v. ...iv.ii.ia 1.111- iivwii ca11.11, 1 110c ill lhu majesty ill lis liisuiieci ulg- dt'eamrn'' of'ilidhi'ei''ybu Mr! 'Bond- J nity and resistless might, to rebuke a hoWer.'wcre'atftohiei'iiui'etly reposing desDicable desnotism of .dollars. , cashed 'bf'downyknd' dreaming'of the bondholder will be tauirht the value of inimviio j v i.u.u n"''i. tieii.iio I puuuc vinue uuu uic power 01 tue in "the 'fi'ffritl'Lai&hterS "Wo the 'khd's'titU wea'rs' plain ar- Host his gold by insisting on his pound WentV while -yon wore and are, daily of flesh when he was not legally enti IsYMWimf I -r ' rHtfAM11 tillA Iinn lln 1 J 1 . 1 1 . l 1 1 . "1 t u - m laikx tuu.!u2iu wfi -Jj rn I" . "r-aT .. ,r f it. "i" " " ! ci- uea mese reeay oonanouier :. . vXJfWWI wM iretfhefttly: 611 half fatrons. while bv dATnn.ndm.o- whon ti.ov nn .... - f J. J( !., ,i ,'lj . .'" IT' ... ' - yen wereyaiing sirmptflOusly every entitled to it, mav provoke an exnsper omy.-TT uiie lie tvuoaiioweimg lung ions atea people to.teii them m a voice of Why-was it 'u xAdii7i. kiXw-Vit. aecs(.toeIuutsetIibobd48iHriiaM . ' J 7r . "u' "lTHenCe Of the' American" neonle ' : Tba rii m atbives foeauat ir T r m rf'When 'ftmine' 'comes' In' a deprecuited reenbaclfIlsr knd yjpaMoiWBa'anoW m the face o aU these historical' fact8,;u they have theFastomidingleffrbnterv, to' ,kuau Lm- it.ix.il5ia aJAm. l Oj OT . . Z Z ZTi rC r V lc"rw: WKehtters'clamb for tumbs" Ly- ties iwere the. last bondi issned, and ultLutk" - u i r i s vl' u i . alty will ceaSe precisely where hungei- that.theyare tobe paid m gold ia so bJ! fAiiSfinse V'W&'a'crime. nominated in theb6nd.IiWhyVaait EL Z? ness. Oono-resa tn lriota -flia nl oJa.,.i.i. . c . i r ....... v- iv.1.1 i,wii.i;iiiifcui. i -;:;- i fnnnin?, Tlio onc 5. .... ll'1?asc. live. -. When. fWr.J 10 -1 W. l??se P1 .P.nl?nR 1 deem' Vn S'Tw a m T tAppiaelJ-'The patacels a" blessing deem, in. coin,,,they said, go, as it was I- -Hf diiin-i 1v. -; u 8 noiLor on.i ' l onl fn'tHt. land where its shadow necessary to .saywhen. they madb an- L..i,i.L' ji vJli,, l."A,'li'- , Idle: of theday, af itrwas theiiritention Ofi W (Applause. i:.frn"", "-roT if-ViTtTt f siviiniirgrraiDeiieH, you were Bv;eiuiig These bonds are already reeking with T splurgiflg in peaceful pronienadcs odors offensive to the people, and can 1Wl,ulu" " jyi" MunvimtiDjvi ICSlbllV JlltlUtJ LKf HL111K. Ill LliC IlOSll IIS . ..... ... ,...'.l(l cl-IU .; ' .I II ' : i - - I rolHttgperhflpS leisurely, on wheels of all honest men. Thev are ex-emut .4 ..tJ ! -'.'i- ( ' . I . x iwongri'miimenr parts, quoting, most from taxation, and this makes tliem proaJuuiy,iHrawaypoeuyio some poor peculiarly obnoxious to t in solrfiVr '1 i .-ii ::-i:iii 'i, ' Jik" -il . mueraoie aevn s runaway wue. ifioua j who coined his blood and paid it out -a-nghtet" ahd'atiplause.) While he droD bv dron to honor the h p.av v clr.ifts ... I...J 'il ..'... -';il'' I J Was' Burning, gunpowder, you were made upon his courage on battle-fields KuiWhg' killikinicki;' Wliile he was that these same bonds might not be eiivbloped 'by' -Iic( snioke' of battle; you come totally worthless, and now ho paiuuicizeu omy .wrauis oi your has returned home to find the bonds regalia3r'tWWle heivas hear the flash- that he fousht no from fortv cents to iUitto'ittly1 kthwa'toeffireab, other, .currency, a: legal4ender.viApT plause.; ...SThen, they, did nottutend.to CT, vtn fCW '. j' 'Lint. . -v MWfnbt" only parties, but eovernmcnte ,VW "'.Nyt1 sucy uiu ilui BSV bOl t y b r.-.v iv ' " . - . ' 1 pass rapidly awav mat. to exist at ail.. L-pymupe, neveroreamingtaatwealth I-l rtit&'ni,? nf' :ietV 'to' lavish 'liixiiriea .nnon 'ani. k4. "'rr aUW 4,'tr4:Vii-i 111111.1 vuu -iwUSCJ, .1. (Ill .AVfElO the Sixteenth, appreciated this. truthy could, make, any. man eonceitedf and presumptiye. enough ;to, imagine' that he was entitled to gold when it Was no promiseq j.xhat he was, oetfer-thai. U-i-x,a-n"A hninlllor mn rl, -,S1 V.r, 1 "."vt.'r .TTVy T. " "'nl,. V"' T1ra' ! -v-r.'." ""r"1 ' " w" and prosperous reiffnV instead of havt ahome iromaangeritWe VJSL'X'.. r . - I JLUS VJI tVl 1311s as ll IUU, M LVl- LUC O.itir fewng; danger at . the fronts Nomina- ;.? i'.i''xJ' ii.'LvJ'Lv-.T. 1.:.. 1.1 a 1. .. i n . - , -i . . 1 1U1UL uuijuc uiuuu ou.uaiue-nejuSj.ana re ceiving their pay in greenbacks. An. plaus, J,r, p,n ; the,, jpce. of .these bonds: xt j's ?lir,essly, stated that the interest mn, be. P,aii :in goJdii.i Thi? is notice again to.the. world : that lhe . principal was no to be paid, ip gpld. u No. Court Wer has'h'eld, tor; eyer.wiil hold f;liat the law will impiv,,iwhen, jthelprinciri pal is payable injme currency, the in terest due on it is payable in another ii congi-ess intended -read the history oj the. DTench ref' blution. Ther s .lesson ,n,4 for them, and a warnins: for. the foil v that ist.'volous aH kiqss ,enough ft principal payable in cointhe 'sequence ,ii;.iiiii.i, f. j' I aim tue uuuu omiy :V nvuiuiegmiy it) now mat tne, interest tvijf vi)Ji"' . "'-rrri: " Ai! rau8tbepaidinos e.i jerie,81.ff thej, impa nf rhp hnnrrrv. hlanlr ivbuitt nbt b r&wnm.iVirrii.:7r: oi me jn ortn wui answer islationHtb that effect necessary. 'o But If they tfon Tsmwintil liUMItfi.'itf.!,!lj-Sii UilL' backs,''to make the'ttteres. tiieA'paW SPS f Appus, iWh on' became '' ;"'W ttWntptvOr wiffWfT Die in com, special ' legislati tadisneiisable.!nUt!l tA ' j !, j-.it0 'ii.;i-' ii'l 1 thel&ast, the eonseaoences. UAUAIIU 'llWlllll WAR PV mni -i.'1-i! avfii -I ll-.iil . ; .....r' Doits oi tncir. wratn wiuoe noun plicitly expressed or more ceded than-that these bo iids kaunlj ll. I rT. '-...I'l l. i..' . ciauslysistthatmerrbohdSmu rprlpmnoH s.i,,Trii. f W scores .of, years , to eaccfc, toppling! irapudenceabbutsuch'dbwnrhf 'dls- 1?t T'"' honesty, .that uoutrages all modest. .W1 to iIy ritfie. idfilis Of Kli-o-nJrwoY. T,..UUli:L: , UOTnfrW,9iWvrlwa- t-es, denunction, and irieouncmg men' amng OCf2T I x. . -.. ... .. 4 . ? I multinlvnuinar90Mloval libsasronrl this som'isslie. beeweeh'. he frhiHA f m -HlW:hoomWwar:d the . . I 13 wr i-.t- -Fv.-.ar 4- I-4 la-ii lt J r . 3 . tf1. ! imUh9 mulionaire, I wish it mstmW- Tw'!7r T " lyiPhderstoodi that albeit! 'Iek to' ttafM they.will ii mcjlusively prorefctot therel, .MRfe'WU wJep thcir. dol of; bondholdere.who -have flrf) litlmd bonds into a roarin iea of "l Ll.l.Uli k ..... 1...J ,--i ti ll'lll rrrr "T--1U 1 Wi ,i?fi1ftiftstho fepndiholdeirt.it were shai-p enough to dod-e the arms to fight ft under any.. other-,, cireumstnces:': and in 'tins instance vour monernid not motto must bel "Bio- Tn contribute theone-tenth part as much' this line we intend to fight it out if it to ve thellep'ublitj as did the eour- takes a whole lifetime. Armed cap-a- age and loititude qt the common sol- pie with the almighty dollar, we feel dier,, who has I io't be.'n " the one-tenth that we are alike invulnerable and in- part as welf jiaid for going1 to the field vmeible. We made dollars subiuo-ate as yen were ior staying at home (ap- j tne south, and we , intend to make plarise) Tof doing the fighting as you dollars subjugate the Jvortlv AV'e own were for' bkinir on 'applause) . and the national banks. ! Thev innlcp ii yet hd fffn'o't'itaTldissatisfied with his $20,000,000 annually- iVje can well af- cuuipensaiiou.snuyouare wim yours ; 1 ioru toispenatne piohts-o a year to apd while he of, his services, never icarry on an election that will enable speaks, you' are boisterously blatant hs to pocket the profits of three vears ahoutwhalyoy did 'fo'pia cbnh'' We know .that " the dollar is niighty 'ITe'li' no'fore ,to,it.for; 'n. and.,' 9inst'. prevail. We intend to had. Yet he did n&rlit and vou did Tint. 1 Stake our rlestin- nn tho L ". -"Ij'J-. ..ni l! li' i : ' ' -J ' . " ' .-...-n,.i.uu. i-vppiausei rie iount ioaeienayonr 01 gold and the feebleness of flesh. ,ffi,1!. Hi.U !a;,'i "-:j hi rr u.-. V , . . iT",fc ... it 1 L"g'er. 1 v e entertain a sover A,.i...-il - f ....in ,. ,--i -v- 1. :. .1 . t ..: 1 1 ,. ,1 ... rr""y?r YfK"" "t: i.Muuua 1 eigu vuuiempc ior meriaicuious prop- were between you nd the battle held, osition tliat there can be a public good auq he was. between your .ponds and that does not include our private ben me Ifoattiexineid.i (.Applause.; lhey eht. This is . not the language ..tliey sheiteredL'von and he sheltered theni. I will emolov. but 1 t. istlipnnli- iii-rtiAoii lAppjause.) .it was, only.yqur, mon- interpretation of either words or con .yeirtfajagwar jyhepahe went duct. This party you must resolutely .flPI?'?! F,111' resolve and promptly -prepare to de sist tnathft oiio-ht to nav taxes arid, von featl or tlirnno-li flila .Ininloin id.,.1 I ougni npi.,. iie.iougiiiror nia country are destmed to hear, and that, too. ere r '...i r'. a.." . 1. r - -v-.. l i.t 1 , , .... , . ... aiviyuLy lui iiis eouiiiij ;. - j. yu uuugiu long, peaiingtne lunerai dirge of de bbndsl not for 'our country, but- from I parted liberty. your country, .. aud . .for, , yourself. I Taxes is the largest word known in (Iughler. whenhey offered . him political nomenclature. It means to hif bounty . did noi demand it in day more than it ever meant before gold, but accepted t ,in ereenbacks. It is not without inmoi-tinide in tho When jiosfilities ceascand the army past. It started a revolution in Bos was paid ot.Jie did. not . demand his ion harbor of which the Stars and pay"-'...' Stripes were born. Tlie descendant menngiy, in TEBMS: P,eij.ycar,iaadyia6; "; : . If Bot-rtaid iii advance. . Six months. In advance, ' RWV The 1H e.ir fnlAf.e frM of nnditjtonn withm the limits of Portage county. Ad verllsefnlVnt in Rnecinl Xntlno enl. ,ii0.lctdt'tini0,lbl? ?lmn, or rule and flurtj work, win Tie t&arged' flfty per cent.addi- over tsB-'itnilable' ' anaAnlkiecrtibR' i!'j :s -l:li .. !;'1. '!. lun.likui:iji thA Vh flio.oWl fc.!m!J k.V.i, rcMBtintj lascmaiiuus ut prwiitnuie .rT7;.Za lAppianiia W&m'm v.u.. 1.111.11 'J U. FoJtl.n,! ..,j -nlf- T. - i" '"'""""J " VATOUWU IllB wUIlir,i-T I ,, . ..,i l . -. r. - . !J'r- ii!t 1 ViTU : ' l-i.,I - :-.Y, r . l:V,i; i-(.H'l. . - .'i '.'.. ' . I -"-I-" fnno-ht :.U-m.Vj.(iiW -.'iikiiii j i mustaii conspire w muse n rauiuy i mennsTlr, m sreenbacKs ; andif ffreeh- of the men who threw thnt. tn. ---- "0"" wiiuucim,- atn-j: .la-jtixjj j-i.j -n rJ . i.lil,. .lir-iT 'i-.Tiii i'. - .. - - I . " peaoe.a.idwaslioadll are ready to throw anything settle ' wit.- the hbndh6lder.l': trouble A 7T ,..TXr " .7. l.V'Jfy?:-" JJRW, jy,epPioouus mey suit our Ship of State. The flag that " . MM r twior. ' ariH TiflT fhpfWi itf ':iVV 1 ' J !.. I ... -4. . . . . uiigiiL iu ue guuu eiiouKu. wiMi wnicn nuttered into existence 1'j 1 1 1 i . .u; 1 j 1 ,- ii. .,.... 1 the ten-forties, it is' it nbmfrWd in f.v?1!", ...I.B6 WWem AP" not go down quietly in a calm iina-ii, iu iiio-ii -jit ry'?') 1 piause.) 11 tnev s f t-- :!: lis j - i. i -j'uiii IrLrw '. .-i Ttii k of, Congress nndenwhicti they .were The jple who fought their dearest and truest friends in the South to prevent the shooting from' its orbit of one single star 011 that yon were .easting on hqtrous.. While thunder at the polls, that if they per , "Weftry 1 and tootsore, was mating si8t in dem i demanding gold, that they shall .... .i 1 -..I 1 . ...'. mg-01 tne-guns,' you were basking in teeiaafnsr '6 udiimondJ: " While he was f Hst-hih 1 to 'th'e' 1 screaming of bovSbliins)d'iM'der' "ot artil- lerv. thfe tinkle 6 a'iiveVfereakfast or dimMf belVwis1 the Tiirodet noise lyou w-d,ttJi,i'l8,lW.'mng)W.) Jbirm as a pillar ot iron he stood at par, pay no taxes, and that he has to toil like a common, drudge to pay not only the taxes those bonds ought to pay, but also to pay the interest annu ally due on them in gold. Applause. As long as they are exempt from taxa tion they will open wide the door to fraud, multiply crimes, and license hrRdrea-y.pifltoBl-post; iftqtfeii.ly all Am.Mlnfiftrl nigh.JtHlg ita-opghvarencMng 'Titins, Here for instance, is a broker or - XW -VAW. Jnirfl4,ftw,! Jfro-eb'! mi;' while commission merchant doing business,' sense, rprudent,patienee.!i jsyereigayly tripping the ligh fan- as thousands are. upon acaoital of one stonwphs 49jf;. Iple .ppyeE.spjitinWafd4ei-ie ftteoilif fee mazes" of 1 the million of dollars. On" the 30th day otic. TLpiidi applause., ,(1WhentiflJ,WWPlr of December he nnvohases: from tlio rm,t, i,2Tfc?Pji9mSf rr2fr?Wiirreafrf 'pal- Government bonds to the value of his ty niuive ineiv'i a' "iv" t. j .u. -it- I a tvi,:i. i.n..u-i.iu.ii.w.. , . .. .. . . ""j" " anri;rji W ; n W- BWIw I 'wiiui"miio-i.!,v piaymg iui pen-e, business capital, un tlie third day of and the pond party -will go down, J mataiJOiroistnt falrn hi back' upbn the Jannarv h sella tii om nnrl linn ii-Vi n'n aiBpseaoi .tiiei camp -and dangers of the tax-gatherer comes around, he de- folowathe'ri4ino-6f ihe 'sun' an' d Wi nu?Wt M.WfHiffl ifl-wthJ Wftdifiaito.rusn ntotheelasplng arms liberately swears that on the 1st dav " JL j - v -w-.au ua-Lwa, U11U . Z.V-. )Y li UIZ 4isSS6eoJf.thei c9mp 'and dangerei of the tai-gathei-er comes around, he de ftft.fifldto.nifeh'Satothcelaspihgarms libeiately' swears that on the 1st dav iOftceonereiotitusi iiWife '.and prattlers, of January everv pent he was worth S)e Qfiiyoul-iwere-praying 'that the was invested in ribn-taxpayingrbonds : bfUldii vsw ittight'liist'SHstfonei mote fety sd aid I only tell 'you the truth when I ftat yo nBshsT'-Bakei5U8t'1on6 riiOre tell you that by this subtle dodge the hiiiv ou-a-Tappiause;y "ana now, tjovernment is annually swindled out WiWeifmlKflfaeMll wild-war's ; deadly '"blast is of millions ; aud here let me not fail wh.t-l4llqwn,".-ierotu-ni hoihe to find ' you, to emphatically impress upon' you, the meetlatM,.a,bloatedimilibair, and1 hftn- I people, that every dollar that these Aithfl-.firAri:fti campa-itivelfiaupei',' With the j'cunning criminals ought to pay and 4,tode-4hnng?ytaxrgthe-Brrpolttly shhritting shirk paving, you have to pay: and ew-isocietjir atndnitimidly.fehrinking after all, it is'not tlie Government but fr?m.ypui7frwi4 toienllenly do his you, the people, that is thus scandal i -r . i . i , . - I . Pfjeis.ojMHu-Bougncyouri bonds with ously swindled. The taxes must bo giepftacka flt 4ft cents, i He: expanded p Aid. It is the only oil that can keep WPftdenpugliiOu them: to put thorn up gcrverhmeht machinerv in ordar. anrl to pareandOw:jrWi hive the 'insolent- when enough to make it run smooth effrantoi-y. faf say to himyi'Pay the tax- does not come out of one can, it must ftt'fl-U'Uc, I admit yon did save the come' out of another: if it docs not jjermsjaiidjthererorb! before ehWilrl1ali,fl19i9t o--i-Wa'ae but :df mine it must come out, of upon, the discnsTOn,.etf th'fierta "" nowoMipponn iti' Whcii (yours ; and if I evade paying my bailfclesifw)ei-o- tevbelfttttght I 'did 'hot r-liare, you do not. only have to imi- pcetenltooibia. Mrit' YOU 'did. your share, but mine too. ' N6,wuhe :tXBnarcto he paid, !hiid At our present rate of iiiteret ov. ititakesasimuphviiatriotism ftoprty tax- dry decade ' will double our public eaASrW-i-d.toiiight bataesi .'TOrt 'eiav- debt ; it is now supposed to bo uhout lyi.ottt.iyour-ipj-abrraiTlnio, 'ahd'I 'Will -mine. nYHs is.dwtyjmmd1 is dollars. whatever ! upon the h-4fepect'aWl ferttt- tude of. t.h a - A-mffflit nonnla 41at nevertheleaa ,.thr . , w.ivui.-lJ hWP. iHHrnWV)Wyt maii,oonquereao M.'w gwry, mme is' goidJ ' 'You who.'.ihave i tmch! .J!m,t,.nnPt,;-,torWe welcome -b' the laui-efls tliit''cost " " . i.. i!n .. ... . '.,11, I.... ! ... .ii....,, i, :,..- , fepifcdhojrfer who fougHb. for. the O ttTSlXr VK'i y -i-r ne uie oonas that Has: thei-e are also mnnvnthn- waJ .TT-irnV -w.iwwirw-i--i.l MtrflXfimp, irom taxeMnThisils-an holders who do' not.exoect, TOW cdM?Ui,l ,ta-.,KMqh .wealth tea viitne ; pov: " ' a j , u rantiir Tfri it- nnatra -nrn 2i . . . nr . . demand croM for .fhoir Kw-. .it a iT"tirT"ri'f7Trf"'r-v". Kt- w-u.-w m a-; f) Vty, ,nwc-!Mi v macro yom tight to . t . O-.-iT .--i J ---. i wvLum- 1 AP" fnnn oimn n4 1" 1 J 1 !". , , - . ..... I " planse. Of course these. Exceptional' .3 , V y UT t ?Pflioy .my casta w.poior. at the-South mulating interest. The bondholder Instancpa nf Mm.-iMiiw "y ym.reuun.ge, tne ouiyxo esiaonsn a caste of dollars at may answer that this debt, inslead of rebels would never have been con-' the North. We lmve not niv ffi , ' t,i . ,i,.iiwi i. .i.,.i.,.. , i.i i three billions of dollars. In ten years it will be six, in twenty years twelve, in thirty years twenty-foui-; iii forty year, fbi'ty-eight, and in half a eenlu ry it will reach the fabulous' sum of ninbty-six billions of dollars. It will take huuiJrocls of millions 'annually to pay the constantly accruing and aecti- . frugal administration 'of 'the govern .meut, to ; be-, annually diminished. Then, feliow-citi?.ens, you will have to change your public ; agents,:, for under Mongrel rule the expenditures of this government, instead of. being ..dimin ished, are-; incrcasod, at e-., many mil lions annually.. How can that', man whose key is turned on millions of wealth that is not only annually draw ing an exorbitant: interest, but is also exempt from taxation, find the brass to loot and honest and humble taxr. payer in the face and attempt to . an swer the natural murmurs of. this, ir repressible disgust under the irvitation such overwhelming facts produces, with the silly twaddle of sophistry ? That man who has children docs not live at.all who does not live for them The father's children are his future. Country is a broad term.of (profound significttace. . It- comprehends .. the.. past, the present and, the .'future; it embraces the , graves of our aucestry, the temple of our religion, and , the cradles of our posterity. -' Patriotism- means something more than a niggard ly love of comfort ; it cannot be. satis- tied with simply driving .the , wolf away from the door of the present;' it loves to look back with pride, and for ward with hope. That man who; is false to his country's, future is false alike to his own memory and his chil dren s prospects. .; The: future should be as dear to an honorable parent and patriot as the present. Debts are cur ses, aud that' man can be no patriot who bequeathes to his children, a debt he might have paid, and that they will have to repudiate. That' portion of the public debt that is due'uow, ought to be paid now.' On the back of our legal tender notes these", words ,.ar.e printed : " This. :jioio is a legal ten der,"',ibr what ? ." for all debts, private and public,' Except interest on the pub lic debt." What must become of the hoiior-of the nation if they stoop to make a wilful diM-iiiiination, and compel one man' to accept' it as a legal tender, and allow another man toppn- tumaciously "refuse to accept it,, rand recognize his right to impudently . de mand gold? Will not such unjust, unjustifiable, and inexcusable conduct suggest to. the, people who will be.the sufferers by it, that the honor; of the Government has dwindled down, .to an insignificance too utterly contempt ible to stand for one moment in the way of repudiation, and gradually re concile the proudest and most honora ble people in the .wide world to. the contemplation . of that .humiliating, proposition, as one,, simply o,expedi- gal tender notes,, and according to the strict letter of the contract a large portion of the national bank capital would be retired, and. tlie greenbacks. at once take the.place iji circijlation of the banks' notes. By. this substitution of the one currency , for the.jotlier, not only would a uniform, .qurrency be come established,, but,, the interest on a large portion of, the, 'debt woiild.be, saved to the people who. now, as hqlfl-. ers of. the national 'banknotes, arc the ultimate and real creditors. : pf , the Government, and who are np-vy taxed to pay the interest oil bonds which fqrni the basis, and aro held by the na tional banks. . The national banks bbr row the people s money to lend it.tp the Government, and while paying ri interest to the billholdei-, that billhold- er is taxed to pay interest to thelianfc the canceling of these bonds,, would, of course, abolish the basis upon which this centralized . system of currency rests, and whatever advantages are de rivable from' a paper currency would then accrue to the Government and to the people ; and sooner or later we could, and would, resume specie pay ment. ' " ; i-u The -different periods fixed by law for the maturity of bur government bonds, provides a gradation admirably calcinated to finally emasculate these Xational Banks of their power with out plunging the1 country into a finan. i-iai rcvuisioii. iet us review cursor. ily the bondholder's bond history for a moment.' He bought his bonds for forty cents in gold, some three or four years since ; he has .paid'on' them of taxes not ono. cent, aud lias received on them 6 per cent, interest in gold, 'annuallyand pockets ii "bonus of $G in the diffei ence between the price oif gold now and then Info banking caiii a, he lias had, and dobs still have,. smi greater and even more profitable privileges. By investigating $100,000 in bonds, and.thereon obtaining' $90, 000 in circulating iibtes for the estab lishment of a national hank' 'the bank ers would receive six per cent, in 'gold on one hundred thousand dollars, while' only ten' thousand dollars' of their money' would be beyond their control; bt not liable to lib so invested as to produce them interest aiid profit. Then; sixty percent, in cold would he received as an interest per annum on the teiv thousand dollars which t hn WncFs of the bank could not imme diately control or use. niid this oiioi-- mous interest1 the 'tjix-collqc.t or wriugs irom the hard earnings of the people. e tiare say mat the thinking liuns of Europe are puzzled to decide at which to be most astonished the ini pudencc of the oppressor, or the meek ness of the oppressed. In no other country under the sun would the pcq- plc tamely submit to be thus shame fully blulg'ered and plundered ; and if our country cannot find among our talesmen, wisdom and . intcgrity nough to furnish a speedy aiid- eCl- cient' remedy for such. fearful evils. such grinding despotism, not qny vyill repudiiiiibn inevitably ensue, but loriii may yet burst upon our. hist Hu ions that may swoop thom, with lib- ty s last iiojte, buck into anarchical haos. ' In times gout? by, whona lnan earned wolvc hundred dollars peran um, whose family could live on ono lousand dollars, he could lay away o hundred dollars to support him when the long rainy days of old age ., . .:;!.. vd :.'-.:( ..... ".,:. came upon him ;, but.npw,.thoje3Jithjet two hundred dollars are'gobbled up by bondholders and the national bank 'Sharpers, aiuTevery mechane;iOtfil country finds liimsclf, under the rule of rampant iiftdiddiisni'.he slave of the capiiaM,,'who,iwiil'!'leave him When Hhe ' mis', bf age 'shall dim 'his visioi., his blddd 'Kbgiiik 't'o'run thin. and his 'milsb-beat' sibw ''under the weight of 'J eai-s, "to beg his crumb from one bondhdldeT"s'idoor to an other,' ,: -U-. -.-Jl.H :,-tW- Suppose we,pay: the . bonds to-morrow in greenback, does,, it increase the public debt?,., JSotone dollar ! It changes tlie, form not the amount. If Ave can afford to .ows.it in. I)onds,we can in greenbacks, If wfc: can aifford to owe : it drawing, interest, we certain MiPan; fttrii.to p,we.:it,'di-awing no in terest., ,W qansurvive an incrbas. . of axes,, gelytwUI not-cost us our national existence to deci-ease our tax es. ..-At tiis!,(tijtte, b-8.;4nsBraHcefir ni.ii..i.i : . .. . . .i . .. i" i , . I v ynniui.va,ii. cupi-itfi4s invest larger, ly in bonds aa;lbfils;tbien4 irp in their iron safes.. ..Why?;-, ..First, because they draw not only interest, but, a lugh. interest, fecondjy,,; tliey - are : exempt from rtaxation,iithirdlyy:tiy' can be readily ..sold ,:oiv. hypothecated!' . and finally, jtliey may.be iused as'bankiug- capijtaj., ,.. This, runs pri vate tie business loans out of the field of competition IV hat is the .first, result ? A i limited circulating medium, and the !money- martet is H" tight," trade ia paialyzed, commerce languishes...,, Who suffers? JNot t(ic v sill76tr,cet.. nabob, but the plow-holder in, .the country, and 'tlie mechanic, iil. (the. .city. Pay off the "'Sus'n4 Spit. at oncein greenbacks ; auct money; then will. leavp the throng" ed thoroughfares, ;of, brokerdom and penctyate thrur tricta andnhe gfJAi'Jibir-'hisJ- bon& upon points of honor..: . Let us run a parallel Jbefween the soldier rndt ;the bond- fioiaer, and see winch the two was the truest patriot and man of honor. The soldier felt hat when his coun- fry'ij fljig wag in perilitwas then that "the hatioiVs honor was at stake. The bondholder seemed to think that it was just the timeto speculate on the Government's necessities How, was it hohbi-ahle to pretend to be a patriot and then not only make merchandise of your patriotism, but 'charge your beloved country for it such a fabulous price ? and now does it become yon who had the brazen boldness to do it, to now hold up, your', brass-plated physiognomies among honorable gen tlemen, and impudently; prate about honor ? ' .'Applause anii laughter. You never saw what "your: duty was nntn you '.first ascertained Tiow much you cquldmake Jbsjt, Applause. ou patronize only .the patriotism that paysi Applause. The soldier, recognizing the culmination of the cri sis and the duty of the citizen, shoul dered his musket. The same peril that alarmed him was there, for you to see toOj and there was likewise a mus ket for you to shoulder; hut the mus ket seemed to have alarmed you more than the peril did him, so you bought a! substitute .and plunged, 'into the thickest oi" the fight by proxy. Ap plause and laughter. Your love of country' was too deep and too sincere, and your sense' oi" honor too. lofty, to permit, you to impose' a nervous sys tem as unreliable hi danger as you knew lyours tq heVupbn the army for a soldier; so you-modestly and gener ouslydeclined to thrust your military pretensions between the laurels more r, il,n..;.. - '1 i . -il'1B men weiei ureaium" oi lull niecham(;s .worksliopaniqufist of m- vjL. v; r Wl,T' i: ;r'v "; T ernment'a soldier less afflicted than erce:;wi Lreyiye ,the; yourlf; m ail amiable disposition : mer will rejoice in his teeming .fields' 1,:A . . mA !f and the mechanic m bis bhsy 6hoEw-r. -. .,. ". .-. . T-tV . r 1 ' . yourseu witn a. respectaDie margin. Mennowppor,wf?el new energies '0 expose its existent to fSmtsgoxaS) the..horn9 and h of the bulls and , 1.1 ugni up pixep areams bears of mil street. But eveh in of e future,ifnda destiny willdawn jimpreoniaule. retreat of .:han-haters .. ,"""-'.i,vf",;uyra;uiyuiv UC- nnrifroet. -artfh Viaf nf fh0 im.. mand gpl for, bonds w.hich do not and; an soldier j' . He took his memseives demand .,Wjaoesrt bouat t .onI the Goveriimeilt's in a blasphemous m?it of leyitv. for .. unt,-,iy,-i fjmDnfv ' ! " Ff V ' " ' ' ?' '' ' ' URnj.'".? I terms. , You went only for the bonds, f" " 1 -"f; "YW -cHKra?:.H' and would not take even them on the Snor government's terms, but t,ped to that of the soldier under orecisblv sim- Penuiiously higgle and chaffer over ilsir circoTV,'.itWnHi-. 'Wli'iVi tVo'-nU their value ; and when they ;said to dier enlist dn wheii: w'ei'tne lnnUou: Will you take mem at 1W fcnTTO'l,TP'-Ti,'r wunaav a-v it uiiuu u liig nlll c liri l in a. - - - hour ' wa- dar with glo'om ii'nd preg nant with peiih' The tiiliripet s clanj or and 'the caniibn's roar were resound inr frcirri the ' '( tfelt'f ed 'flM'aM embat tled plain."" ''Tbac'e " had "spread her soft wings' aiid 1 fled' 'weeping away." This continent was 'trembling under the martial 1f Sad of serried hosts. The f 'At SO M 3Sf o1a- &AtW ?- 'No 1 "At70?.-S""6'!"'At 60?w.:"S"o! " "At 50?" . "Ko.?:". .;And it was not until they fell to 40 cents that your patriotism smoothed its frowning front.'. The promise of profit .pricked up yonr patriotic-ears, and when the Tiber of speculation "was 'chafing with' her iihbres" at the bidding of a Ship of -SfdtiyWas-'Sfa-d&l billows' bffWu : street Cassius ; accontered as you -were you 'plunged in, and you wbuld have gone down with him for ever, had not the soldier, when you shoutedji ""Help' me, ' Cassius, or I sink,'"' gallantly rushed, to your, relief, and delivered ' your sinking 'carcass Wtn"the fury of " the mad waves. j. ibui Applause. And what I want blood-through a tetorrh -of fire. ; "Jrtie Stars and Stripes' WeVe 'in'trbriMe and nianhood a''.r-ded''fto:Keep' them flying'deflairtly aol ;!waiTclbuds were lowririg' h'dvil' upM.'yOu'r Southern horizon' and', threatpjjjfg to hurst with terrible fury-i Upon . VTashington and Pluladelplnai 'iiWhut-'.s'it this Gov- eminent wis SfM'mit' far? Tt. was its to know now is, how does it 'become very existeiicei . It was iiot' for mere yon sir; whose history is a history of terrirorv Or the freedom of the seas or ""-"que18 " Donas, not 01 oatues ana v ,1 . 1 . - I 1 1 - - 1 ii ii i;"'- : the establishment of fundamental prin ciples cf international .law.,,. But "Or life. ... Had . 'the, Sqtt Jit . sucpeddj , in seceding, the Stits ejt in the,Union .17 i. 'i'' ij 1 ; ,.'-" i wuiuu juivo lulu 10 . imve t oeen jrecou structed ; and ' Tew Yovk .demanding free trade, and Punsylyapia insisting upon a tarifiV'npver ,wqu4 h-ay.e ;enterT blood applause of champagne and contracts, not campaigns and conflicts of dinners and dollars, not of duties and. dangers-i-applause of feasting and frolicking, not of fasting and fight ing Kf luxm-ies and lusts, not of lau rels or losses of picked posts, not of picket posts-loud laughter of tact bd another union!!.Wethef and such t?1 nt of tactics of round treats, S'fafes as ' Itfew York, Pennsyly.aiiiiti'f n.of.,retreats-4;ioud laughter how jiiio,.ndiana anq luiuois ueyer . would j' " " yvymc un , ciu, in me iee have coiiseiii'ed.' to ' meet such pismvl of Sucn a'liistory, to ge)t,hinielf up to "Republics as'Delaware and Ehode Is- lecture the scarred veterans of a hund- iaud' on t er m ."'.if eqiialfty in. another red hard : fight fields about honor ? Sehate,and tlie' upsliot. of the ' whole toud laughter and applause. ,. thou- biiiness .must have been 'the' founding sands of soldiers sleep the sleep that of four of fiV small Republics ; and knows no watangj but no bondholder when the "(Jniied States 'caveatedtli eTer fail? t PromPtIy respond '.',to his right of the South to secede, they made. ameVat, a ; coupon i-oll-call. Loud the i9sue,'-1irpon" the',ttdjustment of laughter and applause. Which huna-lrium"-ered 'the hours arid I days-allotted '.them to' live. 'Under ' HoiIE Dcxies. The man who on- circumstance so yi tally -iriticki.- what siders that the home duties,0 Of , a Wo- was to.be expected "to natfrrallV'ii-kel""" to the political work possession of . an i.hohoi'fel' Northern : ot. niaii, must, be either a bachelor or bosom and 'control its impulsesthe; blind... iThe; very highest qualities of loftiest ahdi noblest 'that ever' thrilled te earx 3119 intellect may be .exer- with emotion tiMK0rds btttie htinian J clsc.a PJ mother, a sister or an elder hear3altsidenth is-fathomlp:' its "daughter, in watching overthephys- breadth boundless, its height iliitnita-; I al mental and moral growthl.bf the bleJand it- purity incorruptible. It is I:011 m ner care. , Jieroic paUonce, hailed with honor '.'wherever the light of .civilization :lias fallow, Christianity' has a temple, integriy'aln'aita',lor duty j a. votarjt THi'!otfrlilaidV lan guage there ig but'onewo'rd!that ade- qufUdly describes it;i and tliat is patri otism, i iWliati ia'-patriotism ? "Ghar-i lotto Corday ghve-an excellent defini-, tioiii. of dt when, in peakiilg Of jrier- gy, shoisjiidsiHIbis-that feeling wliich induces us to cast aside selfish cbhsid- oi-alions and' sacrifice ourselves tot o'tiv ;counry'i and''o' defimti&riof Ifccan: be complete that leaves ahigh-cn'sb1of honor, out for correct-that 1 takes' low lusts for lucre "iiil" 'It1 is thb erystaliza t ion of ai. lvbuoi-abltf and disinterested affection for oneVTountry. It is tho twin-sister of 'piety mtcfthe brightest of all tho virtues'! that hare desceiidcd initoteligions 'Jtiains tvowr" '.Jehovah's tlironp.'. 'Itleads riian'ifp ogain'to the ewlyi glories of iKi-' being.'" It is tho aigcl-spirifc .fwra thb holy circle of .svhostf invisible 1 psresonco happiness .spreads liko sunlijrht over tho land; at Uiel wave oC vhoeeinagw scepter grat itude, (audi 'bfcuov.oleilceyN juetficoi'Bnd Witloin, t,oP upon the wing') 6 thb voico of WhosO trumpet tho inrtothari grave is, oponcd,i andl tho buiied dimes aud dollia'S ofi . fim mlsbr, bih-sting ai sunder . .the itihaokles. of ivai-toOjiriaa from t he sapufchvol cOn'ors to fcl'me Ho judgnu'iit. The bomlholder claims that he is a patriot, and places his demand for a, vigilance that never tires, an adapt ation of means to' tlie '(md,, a'carl study of ' individual .-traits- a keen pliyschological insight, may all 'find ample room for exercise ' within "the four walls bf,,e ven a humble home. .-. . . .. .... .; . . 1 .11-. 1 .-.! "It is of moro importance that you should .make your children loving, tliair that 'you should maty them wise, l.hali'is, ."bqokrwise, : Above all things, make them loving ; then will they bo geittlo and "obedient; aud then also, parents, if you become old 'and poor, these, will be better than lViends that will ''never,, neglect you. Children brought up lovingly at your knees, will never shut their doors upon 'you, and point where they would have you gO. . . ,... !.'.. CooTi.rowext .Bridget, I told you to let md have my hot water the first thing 111 the morning.? . . ' '. Jiftdfet'Swre, and didn't I bl-ing it up and late it at the dure last' night so as to bo ii time, sir.?-, . .i . . i .. : n , 1 . V . . . , ,.. ... ,...,,. . mh ' V.,.lft IliciiKS and Poverty. There is'iio fortune tio'good but it, may bb' i'everat pdj and none so bud, but it may .- be bcttered. "The sun that rites in clouds may set in splcndii.-;" and. that whtbh, jsps in ' splicndor, may se Jn gloom..., I. m, .. 1. " ' ' 1 " If you would know a man mark his gait. Most, men step to the tune of their thoughts.