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rA. äice!(lipn&ar,a. Uhielricqi?, pcBLisHiD iviar raiDAT bt C. H. BI NG II A 31, Proprietor. )2ee in the National Bank Bail ding:, (jhirJ $tory.') TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION! 12,50 PER TEAK, 15 abtaxce. 13,00 '" If 0T FAID III ADTAKCt. No postage on paperl delivered within this County. - SPEECH OF SENATOR WADE." PpscL! DWpatch to ths Cincinnati Gaietts. Marietta, O., August 20. A lirfl concourse of pcoplo assembled here to-day, to hear Senator Wade ipeak 00 the political issues in the State. Tho Senator on being presented to the people by Mr. Wm. Wooilberg, wu greet ed with cheers, after which he ipoke as followa: Mb. Chairman, Ladies and Genti. men It is with tome- cnibarrummcnt tint 1 com before an audienco at thin time. It has been some time a.'nco I addressed an aixcmllago of this kind. Ono feci eoniewhat at losaf, when he corner to con template tho great fielJ which lien now before him politically, to know what do partnient bp should tako up; for it would lo absolutely Impossible for any ipeaker at one time to go through all that might, and perhaps ought to, he aaid in reference to tho conditio of our country at thU time. It . become, therefore, necessary that a ipeaktr hould select aoine particu lar topic, to tho exclusion of all other. TUR SPEAK Ett'S TEXT. I have an old text,- tuj friends, which I have preached from for rnoro than thirty years. I sever have varied it, and I t ev er expect to vary it. Exnct and equal justice to all men, . without reference to color, condition or rueo, is my political tried, which now for tltiity years Lhavo proclaimed from almost every ttutnp in thia .State, and 'ho poop!, huvo stood hy tue durin; all that lime, and I expect o long a I am faithful to the clool tine n (' IbaC text they w ill continue lj Maud hj me, It iiuUi no dilletonco whether tiling in the fifuie look JjtU or look fhvctful. 1 ktund by ihut b'ViU0 I bit licvo it will enable it to go through (ri iitnphantly under nny und hII cireutustnu te. 1 believe, sir, that this is tho dou tiino favored by'thn Almighty. 1 believe thut he who preaehe Iron nny other text will Hot bo favored by him who j tho rather of us oil. wuo wit.t. sor nr. convince!? Who will not he convince I now in any discourse that 1 may addio- a to you to day? 1 do not expect to convince any man who, throughout l In ten ibl trudln end revolutionary pn.ee through which we Inte picd, Itiisloud .y lho enemies tf hi country; -the mou who, in ls;;;i, with their eyes open, und tho question iully iliscu,4cd bei ro I lie in, Mood with Yullut.digluni, tiiO coiiv iefc I traitor, and cudcutoicd to put him in lit a ( utcrttuto lint chair of ()ulot iy I don't expect to convince any such inuti that he oit;;ht now to farcgo the c uro ho then mm ki d nit fur htnie!f, and lint In will turn imdib'm liotu it Viico i:t making tho hw that bo j cru t ic I to u I pt tlio principle we then held, on I, I rut, hold lo day. 'J'h.y are j it no 1 to their i doli, un 1 argument is kiu witl them. un: CALai; tu i: mamk a i vj ii. All I shall expert tu do with thii nudi ciito is to conviniu it (hit ilu great und glotiouH dot tiinc.i that wo adhcr;'. to then me ii worthy of titir support now, yea, inorn essential, irposihlo, than then, that if )iu ate IO.mIv to stand by the o real principles, ll.ete is no duui r us to tho re suit. What, my fritiitt.', has transpired since then that should lead any rcssoiiublc, intelligent man lo falter in tl o eourso he took on that great occasion? Thcto stood Vallundighuiii, a deliberate, . uoudemned traitor huloro thu nation, soliciting vMcs to udvutuo hi til to the highest ollh.'O in tho Mate, t was not here, but I was around (ho t; t a t o putty g-nerally, and I know, thcto wcro men in this State, gteat num bers of theni, that stJod by thon, na they will stand by his gicat I'oi'ljuior now, for thrto Is no dilh'totico between tho politi cal principles of Vullandigham and Jttd-o Thuiiinn, tho candidate of tho Pctiionat. io pur'y now. VallanJi;;hitn wus then put forth as the candidate for Governor, and he waa maintained and supported in all parts of tho Statu in all i.o had dono and all that ho proclaimed h would do, by this candidate of tho suu.o p mly, put forth for your votes today. '1 hoy have not changed in their bud course. Havo any of jott changed in thut glorious course you put.ued then, when we swamped the traitor by more than a hundred thousand mttjorit) Are the issues now rssenlially dillerent fmni what thry wcro then? Not at all. This makes it seem unnecessary for a man to argue over again all those old issues. And let mo say, my friends, if over mortui men hud reason to congrutu. late themselves upon a glorious triumph of Iheirgrejt principles, it It tho llepuhli can party of Ohl., that throughout ull this terrible period tnrough which we have posted, atood aa a wall of principles for tho right ou all occasions, not deviating at all. TUB ADVANCK tTIV IS I'ltOUIUS. There is a new element in our canvass now that causes those who opposed us to make one more trugglo for the ascendan cy, but it is only tho logical and legiti mate conclusion of all yoa havo done bo fore. The right of tho colored man to ButTrage is bat tho legitimate and logical deduction from what you had done be foro. Ia there any man so blind to what lie was doing ono year ago by voting to eustsin the Republican candidate then, that he can be induced tochange his course at this time? What was tho issuo last year? It was on tho Constitutional A uicndment proposed by two thirds and more of Congress, to tho people of the so ceded b'tates.saying, If you will adopt that Amendment you may come into Congress and Lo represented there, provided, you will tend to us loyal men who love a Re publican Government." Wcro theso hard terms, ray friends? Was there anything tyrannical in that? Was thero anything that an honest man could not du? We wanted no traitors In tho counsels of our nation, and by the favor of God wo never will Jiave them. Cheers Now, what arguments did they put forth on tho other aide against that Constitutional Amend ment, that our legislators in their wisdom and intelligence proposed ti their cou-! it YOL. 0, NO. aTTJ titucnts last winter? Why, the Consti- j in that crowd. Hut he follows, in the tutional Amendment was this, that if the idea that the Almighty raadn onio men seceded States would permit the colored j to be servants of other. Could ho per inea to Tuto, then they might have repre- ; suade any of you that ho had maJo you entation ba.cd upon their numbers. If, for that Fervice? Voices "No, No." they thrust them out and would not per j No, thank God, tho American people have mit this meed of justice to prevail, thon ; pot past that. They don't Iclievo there they should bo restricted to what they had j Is a great deal of dilforcnco in blood. heretofore. Was there anything wrong Inhere is a voat diflurenco in moral and in- in that? Is there any man here who wish cs to pive a premium to traitors by giving them a greater number of rerrcccntuti vew in CongicM, tccauro they lad ruixed tbeir accurfd arm aainot the beit Covern moot in the world' That waa tho position that tho Democratic party, go-called, in tliia State and in other Stute, took. They laid, that whito lavcry provuilud you had only a certain representation for tho en slaved, l'ive shall couiU ciual to thrco freemen tn the rcpicxentatiott m Congress. That was in the old Constitution as a com promico made at tho tiino when slavery prevailed throughout tho seceded fc: taten and others. Now, wo propoxu, sinco wo havo freed tho slaves, a representation, liko that of tho Northern States, i'r every freeman. Then you must givo these frco man tho right of suflYngt, and if they are not good enough to vote, they are not I good enough to let you havo their votes by rc.ion or their numbers, 'that was ittl I osertcd before. Their dccInratiou wh llmt beeuiuo tlioHO men had cimmitivd . . . . . I t..i:. : ... i .1. ... i,..t.i livunuil Hill H'llVMUH lllfl I ILIU lO ll'JI'l ui viTi ii hu' nvu in i tiiMviini'i im mu : I. I .. .i .tri i i t.. -i foitL'ht to destroy than II ho luid icmaltied n trito and loyal nun. All this Vnl!un- diuham fiMitcnded for last year. I luno ho icur (d such d rttinei picvu havo ti) !V.ir of Mr h Pi'iin'crac v. 'II . 1 111) true tct t'l sucli I'eiiiocracy i in liio unc trine thut all men aro t'tial hcl'oio the law, and vh-Ii stand t on tho sau o privileo, unions Co i leite I hyt iiuiO. Tiiis I tho es sential clement in l tie) appioat hing can a. There uro no Joubt uieii hero who have strong piejudico iij:iiit tho colored ticn, tho result of education. Men nrc ... i . not to blatiio for that, but they aro to b! urn ft if they suilor whit (hey know to lo prrjudiro to prevail on tlicui 'to do injuitkc to anybody. AlltlC.Ml.Nr (JAINST NKiiJto HIHIACK. One of tho strongest arg'iiniitits against giving tho eoloiioi mau u vni.o tu the Hovel umcnt, I that h Ii Igtimuut; hut theio i iiono so ignoiuiit I m (hey would hung hi in for violjtioti id' law, '1 ho law cxcunc no man mi nrcmint t l his iguoiaiue, and yet thai would exclude is to ptmi.n him. Will this objection stand with tho Amotion peopU? Is it not the uiiiti'Mttnen of monarchy and ur Uloerar)? A (ioci niiicnt i Iren iu exact proptu 1111 us it extends tho right f gov ernment to its citixoiis. A despotic power don't permit any man to huvo purl in tho gnvciiiini nt, und fun goVtrumeut Ildes polio in ex it t proportion os it excludes i iiii"iis 1 1 u in tho right of government. o you wih to ud t tho nigumcnt of the Untinli tot it", who to-dsy uto strtig gütig to keep duwu tho ma icsof citizens whom they havo ground to powder fur generations? I hope to God wo shall Hand by our truo principles, until wo have taught every tmtion under heaven the truo piiniipjes öl government, and the labor ing men como forward curvwhcio. und ( luiin their ju.it part in nil that belongs to I he in. 'Ibis gnat hsuo depends upon tho f.iiihl'u!hi of the Republican party id' the United States. If wo .brink from our integrity, the mis.tncrai ic of tho world will rio in Ihiir lii.iinph and hi'ciiiio Hev en (old moio tho children id' hell than .!... . II . I i t ,i I it.i ' r i I it o.-op irr, nui uok 1 1 o in tigs oi tun sluves, they shoul I theriiore, by teuton oi . ! . ,, , ,k , r , ,. that crime, receive larger rcpfcrentation ! V'"1' 1 ,,1,c1 'f . "'I''0"; . U in C'ui.BrcaH. That the traitor, instead rfi' Uv: " , , Vf IT I I . . . . Iii hitirty trave cd ticcoidtng to tho dictates being hun lor his cnnn, should huvo , i u- P.. t.ii - i.. .!. Ii... i... nd pnncitdes lul l down by Him. heretofore. What uro tho arguments put' heart sank wilhin him, because ho wished loch by inoiiatchs and aii-toeiatue to tl u ebi I ciiu-o to prevail, Will ho pet mail. tain their craven, selllxh status in tho j uny of your votes? is there a man who govci iitiienis tl.cy have so long eontiollcd? spurned Yiill indighani when hovvastt can Mxadly the s.nno ns this candi hilo for J d'dao, that will ti4o for Thurman, n rebel Governor tut forthin his lute sj cci h to tf a lowor grade? As t lovo a bold mm ptrstiado tho A lit i ii-o ii people thut we j im I lir than a incuk, God knows if I have u class of men among us too iiiorunt ' ahutild mnko choice hit wren tho two I to participate in their government. If you doVt unit the meek and lowly with tho power to protect themselves in n gov ernment, who will look to their rights and save them from the accursed domination of the aristocrats? Having followed tho euuo of tho Republican party in all its great deeds thus far Iu the progress of tho last low jears, who is thcto that could now leave them iu (his Issue without giving tho nowly made fioomen tho power to pro Uct thviiiKiUcs? Who would do so were never real Republicans. Tltete was a leaven of the l'liaiLco in you which will corrupt tho whole muss, We mu.t relievo theso men from tho aecursud domination of their musters, which wait drngin our ft eg Republic down to tho bottom of arh locratio superciliousness. Will you stop now in this great battle when there . but ono step inoro to muko our triumph coin pletv? Tho Republican party stands for the right, aud iu tho approaching cloction it win uiivo too lust nun in tno coiun oi the accursed Democracy, tho udvoeuto of socuJal privileges and tho domination of the few over tho many. Do tight oneo inoro, and I shall not have occHnion to call your attention lo it agahi. Lot your colored men como up to lho bullot box and vote. Don't they know enough to vote? Thurman says no. Ho suys it lus pleased tho Almighty to make them lower than other men. If ho has made them lower than bo hasmado Judge Thurman, or any worse, God pity them! Cheers Tor a man to stand up in the nineteenth century and talk about tho Almighty dis tributing his favors unequally among men, is an insult to Omnipotence and to the in (elligcaco of mankind. It is not o.Judgo Thurman. It cannot bo allowed. The hundred and ono thousand voters (hat buried Vollandigham will carry a greater flood to sink you and your doctrines out of light.. I Cheers. It is curious to seo I . ill ! !.... I . I . ' . . .. rt- at the british torics and Thurman, Vallun dighaoi Si Co. making common cause, and Ranney, my old aisotiuto in law, Ood help him! 11c lud letter toacbing than to bo THE UNION. TIIK CONSTITUTION, ANJ) THE ENFORCEMENT OF THELAWS. imOOKVILLU, IND., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER G. 1S07. tcllcctual exaltation, but in government you have to tako mankind as they are, and jinleoa compelled to Muhtuit to deapot- ism, they who aro povcrticd aro allowed to puiticipato in the government. We govern ourrclvc. I have Thurman's pichinmy pocket and am tcun tcd to tend some of his lamontutions, for old Jer emiah, in his most hynocondriacnl moods, never talked liko the Judge 1 "Oh," he says, "the most terrible tyr- anny that tho world ever knew has fal'cn upon tho Ainefican people. They havo nowhere to look for hope, and are in dan gcr of falling under tho domination of despots. The Republican party bus ex cited tho most horrid detpotism." If o, it is of tho people own choosing, and they can make their way out of it whenever Ihey ice ßt. I don t commis sera to much with pcoplo who have institu ted their own government. ThU Repub lican party which to-day reigns 10 triumph antly over the old Democratic party how antly over the old Democratic narty did it happen? Thurman ought to t oo a , ,, ,' t I I t . .1 P.I' . - . . "u mid our put v served tho Devil, and , . ' , . ; ' . . . i and in tho end didn't como out triumph antly. Th!s may ho a hurh expression, I .. . ! . If... I . .. ..... 1. .1 . 1 I j um his iiicruiiy iiih j rum uiu iiuiu I II V HViUUIIVilll I II I J II I r b VMlllll.'l, lin ... . numbers havo continually lnctea-od, their priticii!es Iccomo tiiüifl und more settled, und mo now inoro Iii inly held by tho Atiit'riean jcoplo than at any previous tituo. Whyisti? ilnvo tho pcoplo run matl, nud luducod themselves to a despot ism tin nt which they cannot relomro them sclvci? Whc domineer over them? Am iff .i I 1 0 01 11,0 """ll'Cr yt'Ur icrvant, vnoiti I. , . .... a... .............. 1...... ..t.Mbl.l-r i v i i it i vr j vi i a ii i in ii i ii i vi j oi i p 1 1 1 v i i Call this (h pot ir ii,? It ii such ihMiliily ih it ll oio incti spout at their met lings, .ui Ii dc-pidiui doesn't hurt in in Oliio. If it hurti nny body it hntt.i tho (np!o of tl 0 iu nlcd Elsten nud their old fnen! und ii-ov i tics ho dining tho vr hi ked to thitii l ir stt poll, I'nr whom VuHandig htttn victit down Eolith, ul'icr Kiia; con- tlctniii'd by n Jut government lor tremon, to dcvio way nu l mctini whereby ho i . . . .. might cuii(iu r tno tiovcrnmcnt that wus so fite mill lilcrul ns (o allow him tu ci cn owith his lifo..' hiii'iitaii hi'ing Ul't ut homo to tuUo Cttro of tlio rebel woundcj und j ilvihciM, Whih your bravo luiys languished und sud'.'icd.iind died in An deisotiville, Hello Islo mid other ' prisons; while your wives nml daughters sliinula to l tl. e in with pure nn 1 putiiolio motives, und wiro providing comloils and delica cies lor tho poor s il her.H who lell Uglitin tho enemy, whciu were ullandighatn and Thin man, w ho want your votes to-d i)? Thoy were ministering to thu rebels tit Tliui man's house, tho hcathpuattcis, vvhero ho hed not crocodilo but real (ears over their condition, lie is on enemy to this Government; there h no use mincing matters. God knows that tho great war through which wo huvo parsed was ordain c l to try men's souls. '1 hero was no mid. dlo course. Aa Douglas well snid, every man was either u patriot, or ro! eland trai tor. Whi te was Thiirinaii? When our nation lout a battle did ho mount over it? .No, ho gloated nvcr it with tho sumo exul tation that Ji ll. Davis, or any other rebel did. When your armies triumphed hi would prefer tl o bold, convicted traitor rather thuti tho slimy, mier ihlo tool of i traitors, as is tho tnuti lliurit.au. J ut thosn negroes aro too ignorant to vote. Will, a great many that now vote aro more Ignorant than I wish they were. I tun o myself; mid the gicat numbers who come to the polls livht from netoss (ho Mien li, from under tho heels of despotism, with cveiy seiilitticut o manhood nluuut cm ho i out of them, most of theni know ing no tuoro of our govt i n tn cut than tho limioyou drive, and yet you give theui the right to vote, and would tol it. o it to tho colored man who was burn among you who has heard discussed from boyhood up the great iicstlons luvol.od in our Govornniuni -who Inn been faithful to tho dictates of better principles, beyond any t l is of o piat number I know, if you will make n distinction und tnsko intclli- enco the tct, Mr. Domocrut, dj so, ami I you will, at least, bo free fruin the charge l .'l" 11- !.. 11. I of partiality and favoritism. Rut how is it as to ignorance? Many of those color ed men are aa intelligent ns ourselves. Some of thciu are the mostcflicicnt orutors, who ci'i di-ioiH with nny man, I don't cure who, nil tho complicated alf.iirs of Government with ns much justness und ability as the bet of in. Thero aro all grades of intelligence utnong thcttl as among other men. In my judgment they nto vastly butter qualttijd to discharge tho full duties of citizens of this Government than the great tua-f, equal or greater than they in number who are permitted to veto. I aiu not for striking oil' any. .My princi ples do not carry me in that direction, be cause I hold that whether wo ure ignorant or rieh, or poor, it is the diotato of Eter nal Justice, if u mau lives under govern ment ha should htvo the right to partici pate in its privileges aa well as duties. I nut glad to know that in order for a man to discharge his duties to his Government right, it is not necessary ho should bo a profound jurist- that he should bo au ao- coiuplishcd statesman. If it wero io, re public-art jjovcrumcat would lo ahiolutely' i impossible. It would bring you bnok to these pinks of aristocracy, and in order to voto you would havo tu bring: a certificate from some leurncd doctor that you had in- tclligcnco enough to vote. No; all that is ne?cssary in our form of government to entitlo htm to vote is that he wears in his bosom an honest heart, mid knows the difference between tiht and wrong. No man who enjoys tho right to voto would part with it. Who would not brand tho man 1 lnfamou who would nttcirfpt . to doprivohim of it? Why? Hccntiso he knows tho existence jsnd proteeticn of our liberties depends rtnn it. Why is it not ro Willi tlio cuJoicd inahT luu My ho docs not know as much. So much the uioro necessity r-.TiSla.bnvo tho power lo defeat your crufiy fclicrr.es figaiint him. You need not sympathize with tho mil lionaire becuuf-o ho has all ho wants. It is not tho intelligent and influential that need tho protection of Government most; it is tho iiumhlo end ignorant. If you want tu kiyw whether Government Is worthy of support or not, don't look "to thoso who aro high in tho land, but to the- weak, ignorant and humble. If Government has thrown around tho in tl.ti tuuatis of protecting themselves, you need ask no further questions. It Is a truly dctno cratio Government. 'Those moil fur whom I advocato tho right to voto as a class, wcro most faithful when our country wu I-, jeopardy.- Who ever heard of colored ion betraying tho country's eauo when she wos struggling with the enemy in tho beut of wai? Ato thcto soldier. hero thut wcro in tho Southern Stutes? I ask did you ever appeal to a colored man thcto who was not entirely faithful and minis tered to your wclfuio to tho utmost of his ability? I havo talked with huudiuds and thousands of our rohliets, many of whom hnd escaped from rrlcl-pt icons, nud nil agreed that without tho colored men they could not havo gone n inilo without being overtaken. I never heard of a mou who rnid Lis trust was betrayed. No! Tho colored man In that country would aid our tuen in making escape, oven ut peril of their own lives and yet these friends of ourGi'Voi nn.ent, of our soldiers) faithful snd intelligent os (l ey must havo been, how docs tho Lhinucrncy propojo lo rcwurd then;? Why, by permuting nil ihc'r own ignorant follower to voto, and turning then Licit nut without protection. Aro they not entitled to st uicthinir at our haiiih? Tho mull who snys they uro not, has not thu soul of it luun In his hosotn. A to their intelligence, do v ou not know that ull over tho Sotiih hoculored people 1 i... I i 1 1 :. ... uro oiganircd into seoools, und aro doing ' . i ...... i .. i ... i ... i . tuoio to udvunco thcmsclvu iu cdticutiou than any other el.is, yea, juro rapidly than uny nlhcr pcoplo ii'thu history of tlio wnild And let mo ray ft urn personal know IctL'O llmt unlos the 'poor whito trah'' iu thut rigioti, ns they uro callud, hurry up their cakes mighty fast, und put themselves iu a couo of (ruining they .never did before, instead of negroes being lln ignorant class, ( hitch to say it), the men of our o.'u color will be the ignoiunt cla:s. 'fhey don't hcem to hu bi ttiated with tho :tmo spirit of im provement. Therefore 1 hope no man will hesitate iu tho step, tho lust clinching step In tho progress, that tho Republican has had at heart nil the time. We are making history very fast, and the man who has been in this great itrngglo of our touiitiy for somo yens pnst, has n most proud record if ho too) faithfully by tl o liojiitblio in promoting its advancement in tho just principles of republicanism, he. yoitd what uny nulioii on the I'uo of God's earth has achieved. Wi nro looked to by all (he strutting million of Europe. Von know lull well that in tho war through which wo have passed, that tho despoti.'in of Ruropo all looked with great jealousy upon our course. Every despot-and ui isinvrut wns In harmony with Thuiman, Vullah Jigliaiu mid Hahticy. They wein IV a tin I tbu poplo, slimulutcd by our cxsmplo, woald Ihlow ( II" their yoko. Tho Conlederacy was sending emis saries übioud to enlist dcrpoli'tli ill 0Cf thi'owitig the R Hxiblie tu itistituiloti of this country. Whcio wcro Slldell and Mason? One in England und ono in , Franco, bucked by hundreds of others, I begging despotism to aid them, Could disgrace und Infamy go further than in voking ihtspntij pnur lo uit in over turning tho gloriulM institulu na wo Inhtr itud Ii out our lathers? I'YItANN V uVMl Till: lioi'tll. As to thu tyranny thoy niy wo uro im posing on Ilu) seioded St.llCI- flightl'ltl tyranny E ving, 1 bluti"to say It of him, wrote a letter to lho rhlladclnhia John sou Convention, tiiiiiouiichig tho ulmmiiia bio scnliiueut, that ut no tiino djtring tho wur could lho o scoodod Slalo.i, by their cmissaiios, bo escru led from Cotinus. l'uor old Tom! Tho only pie I can mako for him is that ho is demente I, or ho ought to. bo bun nod. IJiimaakci rebult to sit iu couueild of this nation, while thoy were laboring und invoking foreign powers to uid them iu overturning its Government. Tho man is a fool, but no bigger fuol than Tiiuruiaii, for thut is his doctrine to day. Wo uro called tyrants in ('ongtess. Wo havo dealt h iisli by thou meti. In lho good old ptiuciplo of Washington who wus not thought t ) bo much of u Radical, though if ho was hero to day, ho would stand where I do, Congress took into con aidurat'uui the fact that rebels might nriso ut somo period und pacd u law declaring death uud conlication for ull men who bhould levy war against tho Government of tho United Siate. Washington re commended Congro' to pass (ho law, and ho upproved it when passed. Suppose auch mou us Davis or Toombs under the provisions of thut law, had faUcu into Washington's bauds as Riosilont, how much would you have given for their aoalps? We know what ha would havo done. Goneral Arnold undertook-to s;ll 1 him out mid go over t j the cnottiy. Ho ought fir tho traitor, and said to the traitor, and said to the Untish Government "1 will aurrcudcr uuWt, .Msjor Audro. ittlf If Ml'if : I don't want his blood so mtljh; bo is a foreigner. Hut fur litis incarnate dcvil who ruicd his arm against his own coun try, ami "sought to botray it. deathl" What would he have dono with Yallniidig- harn, who went ns far in endeavoring to betray this nstion aa did Arnold i'i the rörolutionsry war? IIodidallho could do to promote the Cnuso of treason. If he hnd fallen under the administration cf Washington tho whole nccimcd poso of rebel lenders wuuld havo lort their necks, and justly, tifoic Uud and their ccun try. . A voice That is j'jst what they ought to have hud. Yes. it oupht to luivo been done, and becatf&e it was not done the ....! ... l . . x. .. ir i t. i. ft i nulluni, uu.i suneien. k nas sunorcu , . i i " . , l nr.., . ... . ir i i .i Is tho Just account thff' J'cmociacy ate to as the Jews su kred wlen tho', . . . i .. i .. i Almiglttv told them lo do. certain things und thoy failed to execute hiicotn mnndi They never grd out of the diffi culty, and wero reminded of it ns long ns history lasted. You saved thoso wrctohofi who forfeited their lives and ought to havo died, Who i men commit most flagrant crimes and tho hw providc.tfor their pun ishment, it iS nothing but weakness to pitro them. How many innocent mrfi havo fill 'ii hecnuso we did not execute tho law nrd tho culprits at tho same tinio. Men may kciu to net upon principles of generosity, but reiuly, whilo dealing leni ently with theso devils, bring death and drati notion upon (hou.-ands of jit.-t men. 'Rut," sny Thurman and Vulland'glnrrt, 'you arrjgnto a dc-potisin over thofO men in not allow in thcttl lo coti o into Con gress to uid '.i tho ndmlniiitration of tho Govcrttmctit." Did nan cvor ht;!tr such a plea? I it luit Inn UK! tho tiutinn bus never visited tho law upon tho bend of any traitor (hat how lupsoti begins lo bo respectable, und tho nctutitd scoundrels who have caused the lots i f hundreds of thou.at:di of our bravest and lest men ore not only permitted to go Acquitted, but uch men us Thurmarf and Vnllaudighnm extend their sympathy to them and say they arc tjrannited ovet? I know I use, as Quaker lay, plain language. I can't talk gentlemanly with truitors who havo earned lho death of o many nT tho fi fwrr of ur youth. If you inpulhizo with kuch mou I have no pMt or lot in otir commisscratinn, It is the depraved vvoik lug of our old I'cinocratio heart that nev er wu wholly given to tho Mtppoit of man hood und just piicciptcH. 1 nut not nut niully a etiiel man. 1 don't liko to co Ii u inn ii misery more than other men. It wus hoeuu'C l could not I t or inch misery that lifter investigating lho cruellies of rebcli) to tho I'uioii piinoiiera under tip poitiiinctit of Congvc, that I introduced a resolution into tho Scnuto, to Meat lhdr prisoners us they treated mim. I. don't menu their soldiers, most of whom could not do otherwise, but their spiigs of nils toeincy v ho Minctl op the rebellion. I proposed to give them notice that wo hal taken so many of their men, nnd voul l tieat thorn us thoy did ours. W'.u this a new (hing? No, sir. 1 tuok it fiom nil publicists who had litten on lho l.iwa cf war, nnd I fonnd II sanctioned und piuo tieed iu lho Revolutionary war, and in the war of 1812. If this law of retulijtion had been tidoptcd 1 have no doubt it would have saved tho Uvea of thousands. - What I with lo say Is thnt tho men who nts-Ut-cd in i rolonging llii war, mil Irnsing ull this misery upon our soldiers, hud tho. impudence to come before you, the j topic of Ohio, nnd t'ntivnrs i'.r yettr votes. Hoys in Mwiywili they 'get your votof7 No, lit; they will not got one. Ha would bo n sorry "soldier w ho would j;n In their side, niter knowing what thiy had done. I want tj fiy a word, lo you who have been with 'us ihrottjrh nli those triumph, und cut ourttgiiig w oids,-, in regard to lho iticecss of iIiCm gn at ttnd glorious, prin ciple;. wc huvo held su lut) Such u Sjco tacld tuver- wns piccvnlcl lo this vvoild be foio.'- W(i,it I1 this, parly done that has caused ui lo bo biandcd ns Ruiicils nnd Abolitionists? Have wo not giown fiom u chiii I iml; bigger thut u man's hand into a pewur that iiw picdominntt iu this land for good? .Why don't lho Dm ncrals idlect otr that whlih hui iltluisod theni to nothing and built us uj? It is tho gicat spult, or righteousness per moating the great j.iirty. tbut you have stood by su I'lot loly, AVo have never Uintl.cd; ' Except, one year, siiieu lho Re publican p-tty w. s organized, it hit mi l with nothing but" victory. Hut theso men don't iiudi'i -lun'l why lho Democratic ally, which thoy ray was oneo so sttong, ui, tauen mulct' tii'j L iu. mpI in cuii e n ii i . i i it hinin;; und by Wurd n.pong men. It is becauM they departed fio;u eveiy ptiml p!e cf icjuihiicniiiMii. ViT.y, hioiher Thurm.! n, on tho piinciplcs you u lvocato to day, l you gain a victory, yui mu-t plant )our hittoti.M very high. Vou must storm tho Kul aslapol n! lho Almighty, nud shell hint from his throne, bi loio your piluoiplcs can ptedomiualo. Gicat up plou.'o J lie will giio you tpi help, You uro vjiiiii; ngaittst Oinnipoteueo, nnd tho benevolent designs of tho Almighty as to this nation, and your pony princi ples ol partiality will bo irumplcd under loot, and be mn.ru acoit'od uu I jeered at, in I'u tu to giMio.ratiotH, than you mo imw, While you, my Republican fiieiuU, jou t'.iat havo Mood o iiko u rui.k ngiin.-t till tho-0 inutiditioiM of slavery mi l wrong, und in good rcpoit and evil report have never werved from your integrity, iu fu ture history you will bo a pr.ti.-t3 to tho iiiitno of the . nation,- and your children und your grandchildren hereafter will liso up uud o tll you blushed. You iuut look ut these great revolutions, und sou to what end they tend whether thcr was ever u more gloriou consummation of uny g'feat political controversy than that which shall eventuate in striking the shackles from fivo millions of emlavel. people? Vou have taken by the baud tho poor mid (he nceJy; you have encouraged them to labor, have (aught them their rights, nud placed theni ou tho üriu rock cf your Govern moot, to participate in anl bl put and parcel thetcwf. WHOLE NO. 207. You msy search the history cf human revolutions, and you will find nothing po dar.zlingly glorious as this in the history of mari. This ia the achievement already attained. Wo havo got almost tothe end. Wc havo all lut placed tic in on tho ruck of eternal justice- aud security. Will you fail in tho lut step? Is thero any man here, that tnoJitntes taklnu a step back ward, and forfeiting his tipht to glory in tho future? A voice-"No inch man hero." You may havo been educated that ou at times feci like it, but I lelievo you will lc able to cirduio to tho end. MM - . -. I.. . I - . , lit? lu'bi irouiif-o 19 ii.auu iiiut uui iu him thatbiyins and looks backward, but to hint that in any eood and yloiloua wölk rersevxrea to tho end, slull th reward be. I V I . Ml it.. ... 1 14 . 1 MHiwynu win icrM'Tcroio mo cim, ii tllllV null un. 1 Uli miun iiii'r iiau wi'i. ni.' . . . nibbling ot lho nets of the negro now for twenty cars. It bus been their cnly copital in trade. Now, soberly, what is tho Democralio party trying to build up? Aro they od vocntcs of nny great piintipte that jou know nl? If there is a Democrat here, I ask him "What ia your plan?" I osk Judge Thurman, llis answer is, 'Oh you aro tjiunnixing over tho seceded Stntcs. Yon want to let niggers vote. Vou have (rumpled tho Constitution un der Ihot." Rut what it your pKn? Sup poso wo put you into the guboi nn toriul chair, Yalhtndighatn into tho Senatd1, wh it will you do when you get into powei? All ho said in hit speech, is nguint the poor negroes, to prove (hey wero lower iti tho tculo than ho Is. Hut I wnnt a better witness thun ho gives. Thoy my (ho llepublican party bus not done u sin gle thing tight. When we ruixed aimics they inveighed against it. ''It would bo (etiibly cx ciisivf." When wo had lo ruiro money tu pay them, why they laid lo everybody, Don t you put a dollur in there. If vou du, ou will l.'ifO it all." And now i ask him what is tho plan to snve'tho nation? Ho answers, "The negro is not as good as lho whito man. This is a white in aii's Oovernmont.'' .This is all you will gel out of them. They iny 'you have freed the negroes; you must not po any further. J.eavo him fiec." VoQ enn't leave him fieo In a nation whete ho would not havo the power lo protect his ficedotn. They, too, would endanger the lieedoin of the whole mass. Vou can't don wrung lo a class of men that will not rebound upon oil others connected with them. We nil did wrong in pctmitiiiig slavery l) exist, nnd wo havo all sorely MtlTevcd from it in tho war. 1 tell yt u that nntiotid! sins are visited by the AN mighty upon nations us s jrefy ns he visits individual kins upon individuals. Ret us contitioo in the light, us wo havo begun. Let us givo those poor men that which bo longs to than as much ut. it belongs to' o. Ret us deal out to them tho last inoiscl nnd incod of justice that is demanded at our htiitds. As 1 began fo I will end; 1' jtial mid exact justice to all men, with out rcpitrd to ineo, color or condition. T ho speaker supplemented his remarks on lho question of pacing tho Oovern mont debt nnd continuing to pay Intercut on the bonds, saying in this as in jthor matters, he would do whit was Just and right whutcver it might tout. - i - - Crick t'omsroy ort Dato Dali, as a ham; iiam.ist. Eurckul hook at lh.il brnro cf hands, onoo lofl nnd pretty, now suU'iised with tl.6 Egyp tian blushes. Then look Into those optici it od tell us talcs of sympathy. And look tit that Mount Tom on our light check bono H.iM) Rail! That is lho low. It r.iino obotit this. Secondary deploy, tue at is too shit ksotud fur tl.o system. Tho doctor tnid wo tieeJvd"cxcreiso. Doctor knows, tlo told tt'v to, join b:to ball; wo joined. ISutmht a book of instructions, and for live dajti Indicif it wisely if not too well. Then wo bought ugr scoop cup, a rod belt, it gren fchitt.,. yellow trou reis, pumpkin colored hoo'tt pnjer col lur und purple ncck-tfe, und w'nii a lot of other delegate, Ittovod gently lo the ground. Thcro wero Iwo nines. These nines wero nntng'MiUt. Tho ball Is a pretty liltlo drop of inline, tho sixo of u gm sc egg, und live dcgrci harder thnti a brick, Tlio two nine phty ugiinst euch otlivr. It i,i tl (jltint ijallto, iniii h liko d'v'S, tTi u little luoie tl U .0 ll. un il.s, Tin io w. H mi tunpiic. Iii josiiiini is u bald otta. Mu it's on it b.'X and clla tow I." Hi- duty is t-evue. I look tlo bat. ft is n mur.l run pliy- thlug, Oieended fiom I'oc.iI.omIus In lho lieiid of John Sitiiilt. Tho man in lit.tit of tue wu u iu her, llo was u nleo pih hcr, but hn rent tho lulls hot. The loan Lc hind ui o Was a eati her. Ho caught It lot! Tho umpire naid play." It i lho nut radii til play I know of, this baso ball. Suwing cord -wood is moonlight ramhlcs boide baso ball. So tho pitcher sfnt 0 ball toward me. It looked pretty coming, so I lot it como. Thun luv sent another. I hit it with the club, uii.1 hovo it gently upward. Then I itartcd (0 walk to tl.o litst ba-o. The ball lit iu lho pitcher, rr his hands, und somebody said ho can ;l.t a fly. Alas, poor 11 ! I Walked leisurely to ward lho base. A n other m un look tho bat. I turned to see how hu was m.ikirt.' it und a mulo k-ickod iiieoti the check. Tho man sai l it was tho lull. It lott like u mule, und I repoM-'d uu lho gras. Tito ball went otv! t Rictiy soon thcro wcro two noro flics, and thrto of us How out. 'I hon tho nlhcr nine canto in, nu l us nino went out. This w;n better. Ju.it ns I was landing on uty dignity, iu lho loft field, u hot-bull, ns they callod it, camo sky-rocketing toward me. My captain yellod, 'tako it!" I hastened gontly forwaid to when tVr ball was uiutinglo doseeuJ. 1 hive a good eye to treasure distances, und saw tit n glaiu'O where the little u'rolitc no 0 liglt. 1 put up my.'hand. llo v s.v. oily lite hull diMooo Jed. r.vorybiidy looked, t felt aomvthiog vv trm iu my cyi! "M uliin!'' TERMS OF AD V EK T-ISII.Q. TRAN'SIENT. Ont sjusr, (IS Tin,) f o lostrtioo t! Dn S'jiiars, wo in? riioss. 1 .ne ijuAr(, thie. 'Iftttiuni. .............. 5 all ubdeuent lnJertiö, persqusrs YEARLT. One eonTiB, ehsujcl."! oirtr! ll 7ht-tt't of a ei.luu.il 5S tl On-blf of rolumn ......... Ss Oos-arfcr of rolumn fa IS One-ehth sf aculuuia v ...... IS 00 Transient adrsrtlrsiurD liatd la all caiss ll paid for In advacc. Uolcsi a particular tttne Is ipscifnJ wltsa bia4 sit In, dteiii'nno' wilt t. puMitad aatll af dcrdot and ot.aiad aecordinclj. I clled ninety fellers. ','MuPo, be d 1! s a cannon Lain' For thrco data I've h:id two pounds of raw beef on that f; and yet i puioetb! . Thou I wnnted to go home, but vnj gentle captain laid ''nay." 8o I ti ! and stayed. 1'retty soon it was n.y sttise. 'Riiek tobnt! ' yelled the umpire. I went, but no! all serene as w my wont. The pitcher sent In one hp lpfh. 1 t.isstd if. lie tent in Another r.cik high. Itmudc me in tho pulU-t. "1'ow !" yellrd tho urn- Iiio. lln sent in tho bull ogain. This time took it quaro aud retil it down the lil't field, through a pailor win.low, a lieroM-ti lamp, und rip up ngsinst flio head f sit Infant who Mas quietly tt-king a nap in. his or if mother's anus. '1 hs-n I sluu-z tl. bat und meaiMkicd fotih to lho first bate, I heard high wnrdi and looked,' When I slung the but I had with it broken tho jaw of tho umpire und w finr 1 ten cetit. Tho giittiO went on. I liked it. It is so Dutch fun to run fiom b-iso to be just i.i time to be put out, or to t hse a ball I lit re . feUtths cf k tuilo down i.tM wliilo all the ipeetalors veil "iniilliii!" "go it!' home run! 'tu r uiu Sgltltl ov "go round A doi.cn timet'!" lhsc ball i a iwrtt liltlo game. When it cumo my tum io but guln, I t.oliced ever) body moved batk about tan rods! 'J he new umpire etteated i wrlvo rods, lie wus timid! The piuhtr lent 'cm in hr.t. Hoi bslls In (into t.f wur nrc good; trtt 1 don't like 'cut too hot tyr fon. Al ler while I pt a fair clip nt if, and you bet it went, cutting the daisies down the right field, A fat n.nn and his dogs sat if tho shade f an ouk ti jo)inr tlo game. 'i hn hull broke one tc of tl o dog i...l landed like a rititnwuv cngino in tho cn porosity of lho fut muii. Uu rns Ukeu home to die. Thea I went on a double qiiiek to the field, and died to top fi hot tail. It enme towmd tne from tho bat at the rate nf nino; miles a minuto 1 put op my hsnds, tho ball went irtccrly singing on i's way with all the shin liom my palms with it. More raw beet! That Wim an eventful chsp who first in.' vented bnio ball. It's tneh fun. I'io played 3vo games, and this ia (he glcwiu result: . Twetity sevcn dollars paid out fur things. One bnrped fyf, l udly Ittt ged ,OnC biokin liltlo linger. . ' One bump ou the head. Nineteen luuio lstli A not o jaw. Ono thumb dislocated. Three sprained nodes. Five swelled hp. One dislocated ihoublcr, ftmu trylt g to throw a ball a thousand jsuls. Two lmiid law Irom itjirs to Mop hot balls. . -". A lump the rix.) of a hornet's nct ott my left hip, well buck, A nose sweetly jsmn ed, and fie uni forms spoiled Irom rolling in lho dirt at the bases. I have plnje l (wo weeks, and don't think I like (ho game. There is not a1 rquiiro inch on, iu ir under tnf butachett. I sleep iiightidfi bining of hot balls, ' flys," and louli," and desicnding "skiritkets," never wothed o hurd since Roth itole wheat, and never was io Ismo Idee tho1 burning of Iulber. Uut 1 am proud of my proficiency irr the game. It's Cno exercise a liltlo ca' sicr lliDii being run ihroiigh a threshing itiichinc, and not touch rlhrr. It's it nieo game for a poet or uiator 'twill inuLo one roic hpyond all acnniitl. I vo looked over the scoivt'a book, and. find that in two weeks I've I k ken seven huts, made ot. u lufly, breVen ono Qiitpfio' jaw, broken Un windows in aojulnin' houM, killed a huby, broke the hg of 4 dog, and mmtully it jurc.1 the hrcudhuakci of a spcclslor, knocked live other players out ot Ihne by ilit-girg mv bat, and knocked the water full homo s hnol ninrtu who wns slut dug Ivvinty iwds fit in the' Hold, n quiet looker-on. I've used up tilttcn bottles cf arnica. Ifniment, Hva hnks of b.rbm, hall a raw beef, and tun io full of ptin that it rfrn4 a if Hiy bones wrio l u I lookrn bnts nod toy l(g ile liiliSsof tt dead hoiso chestnut, Instead of the once clcgnit lio'.teis of Kavliogl) thirif. ' "ilfUK" J'itMK.Iir. V. I'I All l.li.", !' T-'vor of univensl lullerit'g'' nro invltoij to join nor c!ul; An E-llor. A vet) rtnhiriU and sitoooal'iil l!o Uh wiln r, vv In has spent a lil'ciiuij oi tlt columtik iM' ti iitw i e.', invs; X good t ditor, s competent iicrtsppor,,Wi.Tib tor, ' I liko a g.'nial or1 i p ', h i'ni', nt tin. '.it. Rmiclse uid cxpciienco gio f.t iliiy, but loo quiililK-atioti i innate, ur it i ntver tt.üiu.stid. Uu lho London ppj eis nil ihn jätest hiloi iatis, novilists, Kicts, t sny ts'.s, un I lho wniers id Havel iao been iriod. und tm-irlr evoit niio lias failid. 'I tan,' s.iid the h.Miiiit.ir of th l.uidon Timm -ilud ii iiiimhcr of ii.-ti if geuiu to mite for nie, but vety seldoi.i any man if Comn i ii icntc.' Nurly ill suicCssful tuitoiiliiid thii' fine. A goiif ciittor seldom v tires uni' li lor bis papci; he teats', jul: c, nhtis; diet:!ii., ilicis a nd t'lMobi H..V, ii tid to l' kU tl.i he h bi little i hi. 'i.-'oi-uiposirrniV. To write f-r ' a fiapcr is one thing, to edit a pajcr is aiiothvr." Cv A ileal ah I dumb liplihss Irea urn-Mud in au Ohio town fir tiding bud la II gtt ago. ' tsys local p:pir. When a tu bus bei u used until it Bppcuis to bo -j. oiled, place ilostra tjjtot., n g.li light In insiai.it', for, tuy a quatu t of a liiinii'c. Mud then dip it into waici, and it will he nguiu lit tor u: ' A nevr ten, which h li iinu loo lutd t. wiito hSi, will buotl 0 sol'ur I v heil g thus heated. CoQt'l.il : A -young" Inly wrtVttor' beauty iIin i et. i-o i.ioie ui tt.piihu.'ctH' than ic::i nit g .. im te tliiuts t f leisnu tUn tl gui im I Ii ie ml" lovt o Icttdalitr. iii.il-iiui Liiiniieis I hull iiuli iLi.n vtTrt uu l'wrat-"