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jMliMJBwM thk ionKT iiasxiJ, . I .r:.. ': ; '; :, ; ,s- ."..lT:-1' -: " v:." ,V. .." . . . . - I aTalUt ll(aVj ft&tta Aw.rtlt. Mrt?Try T4a,o itfferto Street Jotlet Will Coaat7,Illtaots. - ' . -" 0. & C. ZARLEY OasSaaaawltiiaaaar aBt Bakca sabswfwMt iasartl Owe rfwa,trarraMrkt Oa sla , Half (waive t Sa ae 7 1 ' BTs'r.In advanca, -paid witlila tba year, -iA ariihiii th r, BVIINGII CARDS. AVCTIOHKER. Y n. U ArP8, announce re the fnUW. Ikat be baa JL Ukffii oot IIoth-, and offtra Ills wrvlce aa aao tiimrtr. and WIM attrnd aalralar that purpoee In thla city and Comity, if rrqnlred, Cliarjti moderate. -Order promptly attended to. l'oatofllca -artdreae, oih-t. H. Attorney at Law. Ofllc In Bnsh's JLa Block oppo.it. National HoUl, JolaH. lllinoia particular attention giien to ilie proctirlnf ol Fen ton. Back Pay, Bounty Money and all war clalma. D R. K. HARWOOD, will hereafter Itiva nh tindl- Tilled attention to tha practice ol in proieion. Oraica on Jefleraont at- over v;Kwin a vrw7 Ore. Keaiilcnce opiKMlte the Baptlat Clinrch. ITS. O. OOODHOB, Attorney and Conneelor t V Law. OIBcaonJefferaon it., (orer Mra. Kaa k. UiiiinnrT Htore.l Joliet.IlMnoia. - . n9t( "a - " . GL B. THOMAS, M. Phyaiclan and Sorgaon ioffrra Wa proleaalonal aartlew to theeltlaenaot (uliet and Trinity. 0ca No. 77 Jeffaraon at OTor R. Bl.rkmant Drag Store, opnoalte the Coort Bonaa, boaldauoa on Jefferaon at. corner of Baatren Tenne. , l,t) Jollet, lllinoia. itt w. 8TBVKN8, AMomay and -Cootiaalor at ' "AV". La", and OeawralLaad end Collecting agent ,,,o!'ectiona promptly ramltted. . - .; ut-nciin Uaa-ley'aaew Block, Jollet,Tll. It AND ALL A FULLER, ATTORNEYS AT LAW nl't Juliet, lllinoia. a e-MtnnKRTS A Q'lODSPKKD. Attorney and Conn 3J.'llort at Law, Joliet, lllinoia. Office In Stone'e i.licOBIBTt . dOODSTIEB. 1)AKK8 KLWOOD, Attorney., Connaelora, Joljnt, Wilt Coanty, lllinoia. OiBce, North aide of the pub (c aqnare, JefTeraon St. a. d. a. rtaca. . w.n. lwoop. tLISHA 0. FELLOWS, Attorney and Connaelotat 'j Law and Solicitor and Counselor in Chancery, will regularly attend the Conrta in the count lea of Will. Da. Page, Keu'lall, McHonry, Grundyand Iroquola. Office aver B. M. Bray'a Drang Store, Jelferaont., Joliet, III.' B AM KS FLETCHER, Attorney at Law. Uiddleport Ironoia county, lllinoia. t A. WASHINGTON, Attorney and Connaeloratlaw will attend faithfully to all buniuese animated to Me care, li. tula and the neighlKMriiiK countiea. Miililleport, Iroiio, connty, lllinoia, il. 8NAIP, Attorney nd Connaelor at Law. Joliet, Will Connty, lllinoia. JACOB A. WHITEMAN, Attorney and CouimoU.r at Niw a id 8 iliotor in Cuancery Middleport, lroquoi. oimty, lllinoia. XU.KKKrK, UoniiBU Eclectic Doctor and Ocull"' . ,liil'eon lllnH''t., West nide, where lie may be ohm. I at all time, ready and willing to wait npon the Irk and Hinictcd. He would Jnat any to tboae that are fllirted with Uiaeaxea of the Eye, that be derotea the rrunon of each ilay to that branch f bia profeaaion. DR. A. B. MEAD, haa removed bia Office orer K. SI. Rray'a Prong Htore, on Jeffaraon at., where peraona t(ioaed to employ him can alwaya fiud him when not prornaionally abauot. t"K.A. L.MoAUTII KU, Phyairlan add Snrirenn ofTei 1 J hi.profilonwMorrlrea to tbecitlr-enaof Jolietand Icinlty. Office in the Omnlhna Block, directly orer Mr. WoodrufTa Drug atore. Ilpaidonre Ottawa at. W J. 11 KM II, Police Maaiatrate, and Justice o . tha Peace, OiBce on curuvr of Jefferaon A Chi t'ago Mtreeta, Joliet, III. Will attontl promptly to all bninee Intrnated tohli are. Colleotiug, paying taxea, conveyancing, and all Mtar hunineaa pertaiuinR to hia office. II. E.t'BSTON UUlldOM, Minouka, Urumly Co lllinoia. (Juno -Jo J. COUUl.N, Illiiinta. Id. Flaiutieid, Will Comity E. I. DUBOIS. for trading afc Coimulaalon Plereliant, WiLmnuToff, 111. 11BKUAL ailvane. inadu In Kainiora, who preferto j iliip tlieirgraiu to choir Iriendaiu Chicago, 01 M. Louia. ul'2-1. a. co.ns rocit, c tivri. kv iivp-kii avd dk.'Ctv cooxuy sen VK1 lit. 4kpsaml Pima drawn to order. ittce in the Court iii.ii'O. dec-l(f-nZ7 i I K..lAKKIr.T bllLI.V.KI;, Fcnmlv Physician, of 3L f"ra hr prnfnoiiHl service toher own aex, In liHitetriiM.aiid the dest'Kse iiitiideut to women aud el. II lu. .Ht will iso Mtceiiil piofeaaiuiial call, generally .Vsiiieuce1 n Knst Joliet . U S T I ST II Y . Das. ALLEN A SALTER, permanently located in Joliet, n prepared to perform I -,ll opetHtioiiK in the iirofemion. in the latent ami moat approved ntyle. Arti- rl -ml Juna truiu a aingle Tooth to a lull sett, inserted on b Atmospheric piiuciple. iVMth Extracted without pain. 'ric on Jefferaon St., in llawley' New Poildlng CIIAS. . UUELEK, AGKST FOR THE UNITED STATES AND AMER Ican Expreaa Couipaniea, will forward areightand uiiuiiilea to all points of the country. Notes, Dratta and dillscollected, and proceeds returned promptly . Joltvt.July la.lHUJ ii4-ti """It . G . ill OMPSON, ARCHITECT AND BCILDEH, ll'IM. furnish Plan and Specification, and take Churches, School Houses, Public Building" and Dwell ing. Miop nnd Office on Chicago Street, near C A. A St. L. U U. Depot. nH3-tf Jollet Marble Work, CHARLES K. MU.vaKlt.SIanufactureranddealer I evevy vuriety of MARBLE U0NUMENT8,T0MB STONES. FUR N ITU RE, AC, AC. oar the Rock Islund Depot. Joliet. lllinoia. Order Oiu liroad respectfully aolicited DENTISTRY. Dr. V. B. CHOC II RANK 'VVT'OULD respectfully imfurm the Inhabitant o oliet and vicinity, that after au abaeuce of aonie years, haa returned to Joliet for the purwae of making It hi future home, and adopt this method to inform his friends and the public, that he ha take tha rooms formerly occupied by Carpenter A Pierce, OVER BROWN'S DRUG STORE, where he will be pleaaed to see all who may need rrT class Dbktal OPrxaaTioa. Those who may employ him may be snared that all opperationa will be performed ia a neat, truxty and faitltfull manner. Mov.'iU, 24 tl JOLIET CITY BANK. F. L. CAGWIN, BANKER, JOLIET, ILLINOIS. Office Opposite the Post 0Jice.3a TJKCEIYKS Depositee, ny lold and Silver, and Xy nncurreut Money, Uujs and Sella Domestic and FOREIGN EXCHANGE, and sells PASSAGE TICKETS from Europe and e Continent by btaamer and the famous BLACK STAR LINE, Hake collection in Canadaa and Europe. parUof the United State., AaT-Negotiate loan on Real Eatate, an ad purchase of themme. JoUet, March 24, 1803. for the sale nll-tf SHOW RKSPECT TO THE DEAD. CITY MARbTe FAfTjUT. ; o N A RUB, Slaaafaetorera Id vary variety of Marble Bfamw.mew.ta-, Head Stomal, Ave, Jefferaon Street, north of Coanty Jail, JOUtl, s ILLINOIS. AU work warranted to .. entire satisfaction, and price, to suit the time.. Order, aent by nail will aive prompt attention. (n2-ly) PAINTING AND PAPEBING. fitilK eitizena of Joliet and vicinity are reapeetively I informed, that we the ubscrlber coutinue the raintinc baaineaa In ali IU branch. SHOP ON JOLIET ST. (rppoaite the Joliet House.) DORR A SCHOTT. Jollet.Sept J0,1 nUt JOLIET BOOKBINDER!'. THK nnderalgned will bind all klndaaf Book, la any dealred tyle. Job. will be nauly axecnted and warranted. Prioe mod.rate. 8TAKHIik. BAblnd. Bluff Street, (one door north of toe Um Work,) yblT,1883. Joliet, lUinofar 20 BBL8 MICHIGAN "LOTJR (Buchanan Mill White Wheat, at tow fiaa the Market price. At 46 Uu.r Br $3,00 Reward. STRAYED from tb anbecribar' farm ia March laal, a large red aad whit spoiled cow, with a white faoe. leega Borne, and ia Sevan rear old. AUo, a Urge grey briudle cow, strayed la May last. TbeaaMve reward will b paid for either by the nib criber, B. O. BHABPa. Joliet, JnlyM. nMf J S Ld JJ. ILA AL V-S.lLi Xm 1 M U II A f) . S60 " " ' . ' " 1 ' ... -t - - BY C. & C. ZARLEY. ABF. DOODLE. A new patriotic aong, written r,y Peter Pepper corn ana eang by the Shoddy League Hurrah for par great President, The world nerer aaw a bigger, In etatare be l( tlx feet three, And equal to a nigger, To tell a joke or aplit a rail And writ, a proclamation; We gneaa he to about a mile A bead of all creation. Now Leagnera all for shoddy bawl, And Abe Doodle Dandy. And each aball hare a nigger wife, Ai aweet aa angar candy. When Brat ha went to the White House, He played a clerer joke, ai r, . By tanning on from Ilarrisbnrg.. In Scotchman'! cap and cloak, air; Soon after thatlie made a apeecb, Ilia beat, all mnat agree, air, It waa,I ram. to look at yon, And yea eta look at me, air I" . How Leaguer all for Abe bawl - Togctkei In a body, - .t . . I Cnloii Conatllalo-.lda, : ;"' i But glre na Aba and ahoddy. Tie ia tha amarteat financier That erer made a figure, And aaya, "A little debt la paid More eaay than a biggar. Providing yon hare got the cash." Ain't that tarnation clever, By making that diikivoi). II is came will live forever. Now Leaguera all together bawl For niggen and communion, We lor. the black! hnd the graenbacka Far better than the Union. Moreover look what he baa done To benefit the nation, iuppresaed free speech, and gagged the Preaa. Aud trebled onr taxittion, Knockt d htubut ciirput all to amaifh, A niouRtrous dtbt created, Gave np the Monroe Doctrine, and Slate rights rtputliitted. Now Leaguera all togei her bawl For Abraham and taxation, lie la thi greatest. uicer head That ever ruled the uation. More than five hundred thousand men He's butchered up in war, ilr, And for the wooly-headed tribe He'll kill aa diklt niore, air, So let poor men aa conscripts go And leave thuir wivea neglocted, Hurrah for Abraham the Groat, He must be re-elected. Now Leaguer all for greenbacks bawl, Ai.d Abe Doodle Dandy, And each shall have a nigger wife Aa aweet as angar candy. THE FLIRT, 'Jletcants s'yle! I ehould bo bored by fuch a man.' 'Bat be bas ene ; and that in a thinp that wears beUPr and longer than ftjla.' 'Pfhaw ! look at him dnwdling there, with In" hand fumbling abnot bin brrecli es packet. The t i always tnymaiki.f a niau'd breaiir e; t ben he dues not know what tn du with bis hands, depend opan it he . We'.! what ?" 'Why, little brtrer than a booby I c-ouIJ never get on with uch a roan.' 'And vet J"o hiive accepted him !' 'On ! jut because no other ia in the way at present.' Then, you are. trifling with that goi'd creature's hcrt.' 'The'e again a gocd creaturr ! whi ever beard ot vcur good creaturo being anything but a t inny T' Well, it is not my buainccs ; but I can-n-'t help thinkw g that you are in a tair way of achieving a very unenviable repu tation na a ' Say the word a coquette?' No, not a coquette something wors3 o flirt.' 'And pray, most sweet ccz, tell me the difference.' 'A coquette is a natural being full jf heart eager to be lnved ; nnd aho j lnys (iff her pretty graces in order that she may at tract and win a lover; a coquette is rather rustic, perhans, but I have known puch in a ball room like thin. But a flirt ! 'Ah, di tell us now what a tlirt i-i,' 'Very well; though you mut excuse the severity of my definition. A flirt an ar tiCeial being very deficient in heart. She has gay manners, clever repartee, rendy sarcasm, and an unbounded love nl ad miration from the other -ex. As she gets tired of ono lover, she throws him off as she would a pairoT gloveit, and trios ou another, and another, and another.' What, so many ?' 'Id this course ehe grows reckless, is of ten unfeeling, and generally short Mghted, for ehe becomesy'uJe. and then lovers fail to come at her bidding ; and she is sur prised in her advanced womanhood to find that, while uhe has made many vio tims, the greatest of all is berselt. Id abort' Well, really. I mu't cut yon atoort my self. Wbo evr beard such rubbish ? But bere comes Tom Dubbin to relieve me and think of us losing the benefit of such delicious masie the Strauss! Well, Tom V 'You'll take a turn of course T I know you never resist ' La J agination V " And with ber bead upon b,s shoulder, bis hand in hers, bis arm circling her beautiful person, away the couple wheeled aronnd the ball-room, to tbe strains of one of Strauss Waltzes. A pair of eyes fal lowed them sorrowfully in their gyrations. William Benson was certainly out of t l ice in that gay assembly, tbougb bis heart was there, tie loved this girl and had been fascinated by ber ; for ehe was intelligent as well aa beautiful. But ehe was alto gether 'wanting in heart; it bad bee frit tered away, or hardened, or closed op, that the most beautiful quality of woman's na ture had disappeared. Benscn bad been already rebuffed by her that night , she thought be bad danced clumsily ; and cer tainly tbe art of moving his limbs about gracefully, after tbe most approved style of danciDg masters, bad not been cultivat ed by bim. lie was proud, and would not condescend to fawn upon ber ; though be loved, bad offered himself and been accep ted, he would not presume upon that stand iog, but would rather leave ber etill free to take ber own coarse. lie thought she studiously avoided bim, for she bad hur ried away from bim eoroes tbe room to ber cousin, with whom be bad just found ber conversing. She was certainly a beautiful giil 'Tail, taper, and lithe nothing could be more eharming than the round and oval outlines of ber flgura as she glided along tbe floor. Her dark brown bair enhanced the purity of ber complexion, and ber eyebrows arch ed over a pair of dark blue eyes, wbiob glittered with life, as she turned her deli cate little head from side to side like a 4ird, showing the alabaster curve of ber stately throat. Her mouth was the sweet est of mouths, delioiously formed, full of fascination when she smiled ; tbougb some times there lurked upon her lips a polish ed cutL which made you fear that .ber smile did not express the real feeling of the moment. Ko wonder that our youth followed with a sad heart, tbe movement of this beau tifal creators. She felt bia eye were upon ber, and sba waa only tbe more bent upon piquing him. Assiduoualy avoiding bia gaie, she devoted berself to ber partner, whose - Datura was very congenial to ber own a dashing and ratber impertinent yootb 'Oh. bv the war,' said he, as be led her panting to her seat, 'when does your affair with Benson come off V Impudence ! bow dare yon V was ber answer, flapping ber perfumed handker chief in bis faoe. He adroitly caught it in bis hand. . 'Shall I your moet faithful slave, carry the gage d'amour to the sighing youth f Don't yna see htm ?' ' 'No ! I see nobodv that answers your de scription. What can you mean ?' Why, Benson, to be sure You know yon are going to be married to bim every body knows that.' 'Well I don't. What do yen think of thatf 'Ah, that's al nonsene. But bere ht comes himself. And now I resign my charming charge. Well, Benson, yon are an enriable fellow, to be sure. Au re voir V And Dabbing whisked off, and was soon whirling round tbe room with a sew partner. - - .- !YMa.ajoy yourself much,' I boje,'dear Jor-a,' observed tbe yonthv 'Well why not T Of course we are all bere for that purpose.' 'Sorely. And yet do you know, I rare ly feel more oppressed than at one of these gsy parties The more fool yon !' she muttered But he seemed not to bear her remark. 'I always contrast the glare, aud itlitter aod noise music though it be, as I con fessof such places, with the charming quiet and converse ol one's own firesiJe ' 'With a dowdy wife and a pair if dip candles for companions.' Dowdy ! Who wou'd ever have dream ed ot such a thing 1 3 ou dowdy ?' Oh, excuse me. I c ul,l not be the per saf you were thinking of.' Why T Who else coulJ grace my houe and m ike my fireside happy V 'Oh, I fear, with your serious tate, you will require f r a Grace, some heavy per son to tn.ike y in happy some such indi vidual sr. MiS4 MorliKun, for instance ; see how the floor shakes under her ponderous tread.' And here shs gave one ofhor silver ringing laughs not a very hearty or cheerful laugh it is true prbaps her laugh was a litile bit studied; and she rather prided herself on it since some in cognito poet had, in some certain verses he had sent ber, styled it 'Julia's silver music !ush. B?non was rather nettled both at the re mirk and the mirth ehe expressed, at tbe exhibition of one less gracioualy dealt with by nature than berself. He had before no ticed this unfavorable feature in Julia's character. 'It is scarorly charitable,' be quietly ob served, 'to make fun of tbe infirmities of other.' I: C-ooifv, do yon call it? Miss Murdi- I son infirm ! wby look at her ! ehe has the strength of a giant, and tbe dimensions nf ' 'Stop, Julia, stop it is really too bad !' 'And who asked you foryonr wise opin ion, Mr. Bwnsnn, as to whether it is good or bud? Who cares T And bere ber blue eves C i-hed with ire. I ask your pardon, M s Julia, for I see 1 have offended you again ' To teM the truth y.ia bore me.' 'Ah, Julia, (for I will call you so once more). I leut your heart turns from me I have discerned ir before, but shut my eyes to tl fact.' 'Well, if they are open now to the fart krep them ho Dubbing, come here I you dance ll:e Suhottische. don't yuu ?' Ah, charming Julia wub you aty thinti.' A"d .way they went aain. "B-'nsnn In ik rather duenpi-h ' 'Pshaw 1 tbe brute's cot hia quietus, I think ' - j Tbe rooms were full A whist party oc cupied ono drawing room, ai d gay music I resounded fri m the other. I hate whist at th ise crowded evening parties ; for there i you cannot give yourselt thoroughly up to ! 'the qniet rigor of the game,' as Mrs Bat- tie teamed it ; and so I so m f uod my-elf among he more brilliant and juvenile por tion of the assembly. A young lady young yon niiht certainly style her, the' it was obvious, from her finished manner, that she bad seen many sasnns sat at the piano, and sung, with admirable execu tion, Siphr's recherche song of 'A Bird sat on an Alder Bough.' The notes ttnilled through ber beautiful throat, clear and glittering as diamonds. There was no re serve, no Llusbing insipidity in the singer, she snug in 'full throated ease,' like the lark, as she springs, exultingly, from her nest into the sky, and pours a flood of mel ody o i the listener's ravished ear. Mur murs of applause followed tbe lady, as she was led from her seat at tbe instrument, to make room for another performer ; and then it wns that I noticed the exquisite grace, the full, round beauty, the fascinat ing manner, of this beautiful woman Many admirers seemed to hover round her, there was one, in especial, whom I had no difficulty in setting down, in my own mind, as the 'favored one.' He paid all those little attentions which are so charming in a drawing-room, or, indeed, aoywhere, in-, dicatinr, polish and manners ; and though some French cynic has very cruelly styled these 'the hypoorisy of eooiety,' tbey are very charming, nevertheless, in their place. Taking advantage of a vacant seat near to the accomplished singer, I oin became an unconscious listener to a conversation goin nn between her and a beautiful, fair girl who sat by her side. I think I could love bim myself,' said tbe fair girl. 'Then why den't you propose?' 'Julia, how cutting yon always are. You know I only jest.' There's nrucb troth in eject, love. But I can spare bim there are many more as good as he.' What, are yon refusing still? 'My love, no woman of spirit dreams of flinging berself away upon tb: first that of fers.' Tbe first?' No. not quite the first, I confess. Pray confess a little more. What is tbe number of the elaio ?' Pshaw 1 not worth talking about.' 'Well, there was Benson, you know.' Oh, the horrid bore I' 'But wbat a good, kind husband be makes. And wbat a charming wife be has got at last.' Dowdyish, isn't ehe? bat a good kitch en womao, I dare eay. 'Ob, she's good in all things, and I tbink Benson very happy.' And very stopid.' 'Then tbere was Dubbing.' 'Ah. do stop; Caroline 1 Dubbing was all heels. Plenty of brass in bra face, but none in bia pocket. I bate your poor lov ers.' Then there waa I really won't bear another word. Let me tarn the fire upon yourself. Tell me, what nf ynor affair with Charles?' 'Hush I not a word,' -Hasn't he spoken yet?' 'I can't tell 'Now. Caroline, you don't mean to tell me tha be baa been dangling on ao long, without explaining himself? Ton love bins?' - : :'0b, jea 'Bat wbat if be loves 70a not?' He does I be due!' 'Then, be bes explained ?' Tbat is tay aeoret.' J0L1ET, ILLINOIS, - SEPTEMBER 27. Ha ! but if be changes?' 'I never dream of such a thing. I should love bim still, because .1 coulJ not help it.' Don't make a fool of yooreelf, Carry. I fear you are. going to snake a silly busi ness of it. lie baa no position.' 'He will male one ; he is eo eleer.' 'Bah 1 all tbe world is clever now-a-dsys.' But be ia affectionate, pare acd noble minded.' Why, my child, yon are talking f a thing wbicb never existed. You are in tha clouds,' 'I am happy, though, and am satisfied 10 believe, aid love, and bope on.' Poor, silly Carry. - - Supper was annooneed, and tha conver sation was ioterrupted. I kept near to tbe pair ofobarming girls, and took cars to mako myself agreeable. Bsing a Benedict. I was suspected by neither, i was no 'match,' eo the majestic flirt could tie -at her ease with bs. 4oaod per clever.'a' (DOtrtod clevr af repartee ; : brilliant f conversation, and full of satire aod wit. 1 She astonished, but did not warm you. T found the charming Caroline by far the more pleasing of the two a woman whom one could love aod be happy with. Julia's beauty dazzled and attracted tbe most, on lil you lelt a touch of the thorns, which made you fei 1 danger and shun it. Tbe young gentleman, ber favored admirer, fiut tered about her for a time, but shortly dis appeared to give place to another, like him to disappear, and vanish into domesticity eleewhere. Poor Julia! I watched ber grsw old I saw her beauty becoming more stately and rigid, ber wit becoming more savage, her temper more soared. Lovers fell away, and she ceased to be observed of nil observ ers. She was no 1 mger tbe charming, fa cinating Julia ; she was the wit of a part still, but had ceased to be its beile. Pretty nothing were no Linger poured into ber ear; polite attentione ceased to be lavished on her; other, and yonnger beauties were asked toeing; and she eat apart, a lone woman Alas 1 the Flirt leads an unhappy life, and makes a sorry ending. She has stifled her heart longings, and sealed tip the foun tains of her nature from which the truest happiness fl iws. If ehe looks back, it is upon triomphs which bars left only regrets behind. She has drawn forth tbe feelings of others, but n f to avail herself of them. Like a butterfly ehe has flown from flower to flower, and sipped tbe sweets, but gatb ered'no hooey for the evening of her life ; and when her brief beauty is fled, she leaves the world neither belter cor happier than she found it. Sometimes the Flirt marries, and then, instead of ono person, two are made miserable. She becomes faded and desperate, accepts bnrricd'y, and is married. She seeks an establish ment, perhaps; the husband discovers that the tbowy woman be ha selected for bis wife has a small store of affctioo reserved for him. Hie admiration ceases ; but the flirt cannot exist without it, end ehe seeks (or it elsevbere. Tne quiet dutiet rf home are negleotod, and the curtain drops over sceufi of doraet-tic uubappines, if not worse. Tbere are male flirts too in number men who have grown gray in heartless tri fling with tbe tenderest fueling of the eth er sex. Spoiled puppies at an early age, they grow up with an inct easing aj petite Kr admiration, which at length becomes the end and aim of their existence. Of a'l the abortions of men., ws have no hesita tion in pronouncing as tbe most miserable of all. the exhausted, padded, bewtgged, and wbtsker-dyed Man Flirt. Abraham's Jokes. 'The 'War Letter pf a Disbanded Volun teer,' is the title nf a new loyal league h'Mik Tbe fi-liowing is D. V.'s dicrip timi nf the manter in which the Presi dent accepted the Federal defeat at Fred ericksburg. It shows bow bo rises to a comprehension of death and disaster, and bearing the indorstnent of the Loyal Lague, of course it is not copperhead irony : Tbe President takes tbe disaster with that cbeerfulneee which belongs to his nater. He thinks it n 1 more nse to cry ever spilt blood than it is to cry over 6pilt milk ; so be lucks at the affair from a fareeeehus point of view. Ses I to him to day. 'I'me aferd the rebt-ls bee gottowiodred of lis for tbe csmpain.' 'Yes,' be replied, 'and yonr remarks sub jects a connondrum. What caused tbe shipwreck of our hopes on tbe Rapper hammock ?' 'Stanton and Ualleck,' sex I, swarin in wardly. Originally, I grant, but the immediate raws ol tbe shipwreck of our hopes on the Rapperhammock was tunin on a Lee shores.' Miater President.' sex I, our troops is receivio checks from tbe enemy in ail di reckshums.' Air tb-y ?' be said. 'Then all I ken say is tbe enemee treats em better'n we do ; for they're bad no checks from us for tbe last five months.' 'Head of the nasbin,' I ansered, 'this is nn time for puns. It seems to me that your mayjnstio iutel'eck has gone a wool gathsrin.' D. V.' sex he, 'I spose yon mean tbat as a reproach , but let me tell you wool gotbero is one of the great ends of this war. Ax tbe Constitootional Advisers ef it ient.' Yes,' I remarked, 'they've gon ia for wool and cum back shorn.' Njt altogether,' sex be ; 'ef anybody's been fleeced, I gees its the pubtick.' 'Let os cbane tbe eubject, diatiogwisb ed rooler,' was my reply. 'Don't you think you bad better resine, and retire like another Sinsinnatus, to tbe bog and bominy of private life ?' Every man for bisself, and the devil take the hindmost,' be aLsered, casting bis eys upwards. Yes,' says I, with a grosn, 'I Ueeve that is the creed ol tbe present admnis trasbum.' Vesacitt. The groundwork or all man ly character is veracity. That virtue lies at the foundation of everything solid. How common it is to hear parents say, I have faith in my child ao lung as he speake tbe truth He may have many faults, but I know be will not deceive me. I build on tbat confidence.' They are right. It is lawful ad just ground to build upon. Aod tbat is a beautiful con fidence. Whatever errors temptation may betray a child into.ao long as brave, open troth remains, there is anchor ground, tbere is substance at tbe centre. Men of the wcrld feel ao about one another. Tbey can be tolerent aod forbearing as long as tbeir erring brother is true If we do not believe what others sy to vs. we cannot act upon it; and, to an immense ex tent, tbat is saving tbat we onnnot act at all. When you undertake ts benefit a ly ing mac, il m like patting yoor feet in tbe mire. The only way to expel from the mind, is to receive trntb.' what If falsa tha opposite A poor fellow who was dying of star va tion, bad oonsolation administered to bim dj a iry-or. r. - r A. Story of Leap Year. Samoel Smith sst it burnt on New Year'adsy, in dishabille. His beard wae unshaven and bis bair aneombed, acd 4is long boots nnblacked; be was leaning back in picturesque attitude, with bia beels against tbe mantle-piece, smoking a cigar. Smue thought to himself tbat as it was leap' year, it would he glorious If tha la dies would flop tbe question in accordance with tbeir ancient priviledges. . As be sat watching the smoke - which corled eo gracefully, bis fancy glowed with the idea, how delightfully it would bo to bave the dear creatures fondliog bim, and with tender glances endeavoring to da tbe agreeable. ' . A-Asbe meditated, bis bear'- softened, And be began to feel a eqoeemisb, wemanish sensation diffused over bis feelings, and be thought be would faint with propriet tbe first now lady eqneraed bia band. ' JV.? rP. aooode w-toeu door. -bamatl fitP(';. tbroOgh-tbe, veoetia blinds. "'-' - Mercy I' exclaimed b. 'it there isn't Miss Jmes and I in dishabille, and look ing like a fright good gracious 1 I must go and fix myself !' He left tbe room Miss Jonee entered, and with a composed air said that she could watt. She was a firm believer in woman's rights, and now tbat tbe season was propitious she determined to take the advantage thereof, and do a little courtiog on their own book. It wae one of the wo men's privileges which bad breo usurped by tbe tyrant, man, and she determined to assert her right in epite of the hollow for malities of the false system of society. On Sam's return to the room she ex claimed 'Dearest, how beautiful you look,' accom panying ber words with a look of undis tinguished admiration. 'Spare the blushes nf a modest young man,' said Sam, applying the cambrio to his face to hide bis contusion. 'Nay, my love, wby so coy ? said Susan; 'turn not away those beautiful eyes, black a jet, but sparkling as the diamond Listen to the vows of affection. Here let us rest,' raid she, drawing bim to the sofa; 'here, with my arm around tbes, let me confers my true affection.' 'Lave me, ob leave me!' mnrmored Samuel; 'think of my yontb and inexper ience spare my palpitating heart.' 'Leave thee, said Susan, pressing bim closer to ber, 'never! ODtil tbe story of restless nights, of onreqaieted aspiration, fond emotions and undying love is laid before thee. Know that for years 1 bave suffered for tbee a secret passion. Need I tell tbee how each manly beauty moved me? How I worshipped like a sun-flower in the lurid light bf those raven ire-ses? How my fond heart was enwrapped in tbe mesbes of tbote magn'ficent whiskers! How I would ie!d to tbe government of thst impel il? Thy manners eo modest, so delicate enchanted me. My heart is ever thine; take ir; but first let me snatch one kiss froin those ruby lips.' The overflowing feelings of tbe delicate ynwtb were too strong, and be fainted from efivcts of joy. Meanwhile, the enamored maideu hung fondly over bim, eni Slowly the eyes of Samuel Smith opened; be gazed widly about bim; then, meeting the ardent gaxe of hi lover.be blushed deeply, and from behind his pocket hand kerchief, faintly faltered oot, 'ask my ma.' A Story of lliree Lincoln Men. ,Pne of tbe city papers, wbiob is not very fond ufltif administration, baa lately been publishing Ibe 'Declarano.i rf Independ ence' in instalments. It is a pecularity of that immortal document that some of its sentiments are wholly inapplicable to men and times aince the American Revolution. Tbe editor probably tboaght it was too strong to be read all at once and eo gave it out by bits. Three men, who intended to vote for Mr. Linculn next November, happened to be looking on a copy of the paper to which we refer, in a (rry boat, the other day The regular allotment of tbe Declaration met their gaxe. It bad no caption or othr marks to show where it came from. Being 'loyal' men, they read passages like tbe following with indignation and astonishment : 'He has obstructed tbe administration rf justice' 'erected a ruultitud of new i ffices' 'affected to render tbe military independ ent of and superior to the oivil power'' cutting iff onr trade with all Parts of tbe world' 'depriving us in aany cases of tbe benefit of trial by jury,' &c. 'Infamous !' said Liaet la man No. one. 'Treason !' said No. two. 'The writer ought to banged!' esid No. three 'The King tf England thooght so too,' added a quite gentleman at their elbow ; 'for it is the Declaration of Independence ' Evauiit the tbree Lincoln men into tbe ladies cabin. Respect ibe Burden. Napoleon, at St. Helena, was once walk ing with a lady, when a ma 8 came np with a load on bis back. Tbe lsdy kept on tbe side of the path, and was ready to assert ber precedence of sex ; but Napoleon gently waved ber on one side, ssying Repect the burden, madam.' You constantly eee men aod women be have to each other in a way that shows tbat they do not respect the burden, what ever tbe burden is. Sometimes the burden ia an actual visi ble load, sometimes it is coldness aod rag gedoes. sometimes it is hooger.eome tiroes it is grief snd illness. If 1 get into a little conflict (euppose I jostle or get jostled) witb a ball-olad, hungry looking tellow iu tbe etreet on a winter morning, I am sore ly bound to be lenient in my constructions How far are we to push tbe kind of chivalry that respects tbs burden ? As far as tbe love of God will go with ns. A great distance a long way to tbe foot of tbe rainbow. Disappointed. A man applied t Dr. Jackson, the celebrated chemist, with a box of specimens. 'Can you tell me what thie Is, air ?' Certaoly I can, sir ; tbat ia iron pyr ites.' .What, sir ?' in a voice of tbooder. Iron pyrites. Iron pyrites And wbat'e tbat ? 'That's wbat it is,' said tbe, chemist, potting a lot on a shovel over tbe bot ousts where i: disappeared 'Dross.' And what's iron.pyrites worth ?' Nothing. Nothing ! Wby there's a woman in our town who owns a whole hill of that and 1'te married her !' There is a farmer in Piitmaa eounty. New York, who bas a mile and a half of children. Hia name ia Fnrlong, and be has eigbt boys aod four girla. 'Eight far. longs, one mile.' A man with a bad bead aohe ia al most ao irresponseble ageo', eo far as the common amenities of lila go 1 1 am a brute if I quarrel with bim for a wrj word or ao nngraciopf aot. Several of tbe eoeamaadere of the Federal army are said to have beea law yers. Tbe American eivil war appaara to be the first in wbiob troops have been led lo eotion bj attorney generals. v I 1864. 'Obey iiiej Law. t ej time at. . . ara.B . wwaa3 Otbcr Follta In answer to a cbarra fr. . tjl.j. Isli land naner. tbat 'four ..... . . , . 1 , J -' - ui A Oil- tion role are ruuoing np a bill that Tar exceeds tbe entire expenses of tbegoy. eminent, from ite first organisation nnder Washington, down to tbe close of Mr Buchanan's term,' tbe New York Tribune tares are to 'be wrenched Irom the sweat arid ton ol oar people, to establish tbe fact that ala.ahnMar. nl... ,1.. J keep tbe peace, fcfie tame as other folks.' A Virginia slaveholder by tbe name of Gareocb, a few yes re since, parsoed a run away slave intu Pennsylvania. The negro was rescued and the master murdered by ao Abolition - mob. Were any t.f these people punished and made to atbey tbe laws. UiJce other folks r Tbe Abolitlsnists of Syracose.nnder tbe lesd or Gerritt 8mitb. In the Jerry rescue esse, overpowered tbe Msrsbal -aad b(a poase, aod rescued the 'slave.'. Wro Smith and bis porse ever made to .'obey tbe s and keen tbe peace, tba tntnr nw nth folks r In the Boston redition case, when a United States marshal's assistant was shot Jown in bis trscks, was any one made to 'obev the laws Unfl It Peart tKa rteaaa i. - a., - W VlUVCi UC same as other folks f vt nen Seward, ae Uovernor of tbe State of New York, refused t.i ranrl.r . fnaiiiaa from slavery and from jaHioc who escaped i a aa- iruiu uaorgia wneo a itepoDiicao Ujver nor of Ohio refused to surrender old Jobn Brown's son when the Governor of Iowa refused to surrender Coppick, were these oeor le made to ohm th. l.. th. .,.. r r - J - -- - " . uv. .trV U, other people f vt una oewara, standing in bis high place in tbe United States Senate, pro claimed tbat 'there was a higher law than the constitution' Whan Willi. m 1 Garrison's psper bore aloft for twenty years the bsoner-cry tbst tbe constitution wss a 'league with datb a covenant witb hell' when Union elide Banks is a Slajor General when Thad. Stevens eoulj in bis place, in tbe U. ue of Represeutatives, say 'that any mao wbo prated about the constitution wss a traitor' when Aboli tion mob at Ottawa ret-cued a fugitive slave from the hand, nf th. , i- .. very presence of Chief Justice Caton vusu nicu men can eat toeir own words, belie tbeir whole li i..i... this war ia a war 'to establish tbe feet tbat aisvenoicers must keep tbe pesos and obey tbe laws, the same as other folks it is ao ackoowledgmeot of hypocrisy, running throos-h thirty vaara nf .-;..- -A . o J j - . ... ,,,., . u J . u apoetacy from poor old John Brown tbat uium uiaas uia uun-s rattle in nis enran. 'The same as other folks I' hn tha other folk bave beeo covenant breakers. law breakers, treason teachers for over thirty years! prostituting tbe press, tbe pulpit, tbe lecture room, political conven tions and tbe whole political system of tbe North to tbeir loathsome doctrines of ne gro equality. Tbe Abolition Platform. The abaliticn plalfjrm is cyphered out aod eoomed up in a few words. Here it is : No disloyol perecn shall be allowed .z vote. All McClellan men are disloyal per sons. Therefore, no McClellan men sbsll be allowed to vote. Tbere, you bave it in a few words. So far as tbe spproacbing election ia concern ed, tbst is tbe abolition platform. If an abolitionist tells you to tbe contrary, you may eet bim down as a liar for tbe truth ia not in him. They all mean just tbat precisely. Democrats ! do you intend to vote? Wbat eay you? Drafts. The Pooghkeepsie Eagle, (a Lincoln organ) is correct to saying that The people ere very tired of bearing of drafts ; tbey dread them es they do a pes telence, and will rej lice greatly'when tbey begin to see tbat they are likely to be rid of tbem.' Tbe people are likely to be rid of drafts when tbey are rid of Lincoln, and not be fore. Montrose Democrat. Tbe Lowe!l Journal gives an account of a rich scene that occured in one of tbeir hotels recently A Ioder. wbo bad been on a apree tba previous evening, arose in tbe morning and rung tbe bell violently. Boote appeared. 'Where are mypents? I locked my door last night, and some body has etolen tbem !' Bouts waa green, and a little terrified. He left- however,' struck with a sadden thought, end return ed witb tbe identical pants. Tbe land lord was called to receive somplaiot against B jots; but be made it evident tbat tbe man bad put oot bis pantaloons to be Hacked instead of bis bouts. Tbe lodger left in tbe first train. A Catholic priest, a good Democrat, of Indiana, waa recently riding a floe bore, when a satrap of Lincoln acooated bim by ssying: "How do you ride so fine a borse; do you know tbat Christ rode on a jack ass?' -I know tbst very well.' replied tbe priest, 'and I will tell you tbe reason why I d? not follow bia example. In 1860, when th peole elected tbe bigest Jackass in tbe United States President, and he ap pointed all tbe other jackasses to office, so tbat tbere is not aootber left for me to ride.' How boly ie tbe joy and' tbe paf-i of pure unspotted music ! Its jebiles and its sounds of woe are no, for any one ciroom staooe in life, bet for lifd. for erisience itself ; aod nothing is worthy of ha tear but eternity. Man is not fated to be good or bad f bot ia so organised tbat be may be either, t. ., be may live a vittuous or a vicicos life it is optioosl witb bim He msy tree or fell, be temperate or iotemperate, true or falee. People are beginning to Cod out tbat much wbieb they bave heretofore looked upon ae indispeneible on tbeir table, can be omitted altogether without injury or in convenience to themselves. Tbe water tbat baa no taste is pnreet ; tbe air tbat bas no odor ia freshest ; aod of all tbe modifications oi manner, tbe most generally pleasing is simplicity. Sydney Smith being ill, bis physician advised him to 'take a walk upon an empty stomach.' 'Upon whose?' said be. Didler' invited two or tbree to drink, and waa telling big stories about him self. 'Come,' said one of tbe party, 'yon bave told oe wbat you ean do ; now tell na wbat you eonnot do.' Well, that easily done,' repliaVI Did ler, 'I oaa't pay for tbs drinks yon bave just bad. . Advice to yoonj men In simmer rue early : yea will tbos gain : time to amoks aa additional cigar before din. oar. .,..... A round of pleasure scmetinss ren ders il diSonlt to make things square. VOL. 22 NO. 16. More About raise. Tbe following apeeial dispatch from Cairo to the Chicago Times wss aot allow ed ti be aent by telegraph, but waa for warded by other mesas, and publubed'in that paper i . Cairo Sept. 15. Geo. Fry, of Kentucky, and of Zollicffer fame, baa arrived at radocab. having been aent from TTaebirg- that will be eabauioe open this investi gation will send a thrill of horror through tbe people of tbe eivilsed world. ' Paine waa in eemmand 8fty"-aia days aod shot sixty stfen fe,,end no evidence' Can be found that a single one waa ever tried by a military corneal. ion or eotrrt of any kind lie waa at the goardbowse one dsy, and a prison err btpvnei to dis please him, when ae ordered the guard to snoot htm down. A aegro faithfully executed the order - An old mao, described as aa object ptiuni vti tne extreme, baa neea- Carrying pimui vn id extreme, aaa oeeo' carrying water fifty day a, aooTeoWTlotttbeaifa-f of bim Imagine wbat hia offense waa. 'of bim Imagine wbat hia offense waa. When a prisooer waa brought to Gen Paine, prononoced by btscaytors a rebel in arms, tbe matter was always summarily settled by an order to 'shoot him to-morrow at 8 o'clock. Gen. Meredith turned C.ty-one persons loose at May field and haa emptied tbe guard bouse at Padueah. Tbe bloody days of Robespierre bave been blotted out, and an American now bears aloft the reeking palm. Gen. Fry ia determined tire matter shall be thoroughly aifted, and tbat stsrn justice shall be done. Tbe greatest excitement prevails among the people or tbat distriot, and wben Gen. Fry notified tbem tbat he wtnted to talk to tbem. Instead of oom mmg in a little sqwad, tbey rushed en masse. He bas arreeted and pissed in the goard bouse a number of negro eoldiere that have been flourishing thera l.t.l. o extremely, because they bad eommeae- - A . - J r - . a eu uouoaooo vrenerai rv a 'secesn gea ersl. Tbe Lacier Andersons and Belingere. the men wbo boated upon tbe streete of Padttcab, wben Paine took eommacd, tbat now tbey bad a Robespierre to operate upon rebel sympathiser and copperheads, are now terror striken, and their pale eheeke and trembling lips attest tbeir guilty consciences. The country msy loos for oers from Oeo. Fry's investigation tbat will tax tbeir utmost credolity. kLIncolt's Patroaag-e. To furnish a list of tbe vsrioos offices created by this adminitration,wbea bsfe swelled tbe power of tbe Presideot and in creased bis patronage would be imnosii ble v Those officers woulJ make ao army of themselves. Taks for example tbe revenue law. Tbere are 178 Congressional districts in io the loyal States aLae. For each of these distihts tbere is an assessor and collector appoioted by tbe Presideot. This would make tbe number of these functionaries alooe alone 356. Their eate ries w.-.uld nrobablv ... - - - - w- m muuon annually. At present we have no meana of aecer tainieg tba number of depotiea tbeae offi cials employ. It there were but one eaeb that would make an aggregate number in this one department 712 wbo derive tbeir sustenance from ine government. Tbe conscription aot furnished the Pros ident another vast source ol patronage. Each Congressional district under" (niela ie provided witb iu Provoet Marshal and its Board of Eon llmeot. making 534 ap pointees beside intiumerable hosts i.fobs. There are also two enrolling officers for each district, making tbe whole number of enrolling oScere under this law 890,exclu eive of clerks and tne smaller fry wbo are eonnested with tbe machinery of ite en forcement. We bave only referred to tro depart ments, and yet wbat an immense increase of petronage have they thrown roto tbe bands of tbe President amd for wbiob tbe people bave to suffer and pay. Look at tbe number tf elerkraiea aad officials wbicb bave been erected sioce tbe commencement Lineoln'e administration. In almost every eity in tbe land tbey ean be counted by hundreds. If a full list tf tbee new oSeee anJ eleaksbips coold be exhibited, it would stsrtls tbe people. A rood story ! foM nf . w i , -. vuuer in ms American array, during tbe War of WJ2 14 .u wa., auu am ia, mors accustomed to tbe use of the sword thati the pen, While stationed on tbe lake frontier, two nf hi. eolJiera, brothers, by tbe name of Kennedy, deserted. Tbe officer of wham we are speaking, wrcte eu order, and iesued it to a subaltern, fo tike a file of men and pro ceed to a place nsmsd, aod take the tw Canada Tbe order wae peremtory and not to be trifled witb. Tbe officer looked at his instructions aid prepared to obey tbem, bot be rema'ksd tbat he did not Be lieve be oould take mere than onuef tbe provinces vixhout a reinforcement. I'd bars yorr inown. 2frs. Steker, that my uncle wss a banister of the law I' 'A fig for ytwr berjirter,' rstorted Mrs. Grumly, tarokg cp ber nose, 'bavso't I a eousio as ia a corroder in tbe navy ?' Learning will accumulate wonderfully if you edf a little every day. Pick up tbe book and gain ona nsw idea, if no more. -Sjve that one add another aoon aa you ean We have stopTy tbe choice, either al waya or never to fear ; for our life-teat etsnds over a Laded mine, and. round about, tbe hours aim at ue naked wespooe, Ooly one in a thousand bits but, in any cae, I etter to fell standing than tending hke a crowd. Somebody fried to efcuee a Bar to Vt. Fobneon saying r ?ou man not beXave more tban half he eaye. Ah,' ssys tbe doctor eooly, 'but wbcb ball ?' The eea ebell ever murmora of its borne, where'er it be removed: tbue with tbe trusting, faithful heart ; it may ebange iu place, but never ite home. Io Cbins a man ean obtato a divofee from bis wife if be ean bring proof tbat abe ia of a jealous disposition. aa - ipe men wbo baa good judgement la perfection is master of bia conmoioos Wlthnnt l.llm- k. . ' ucu tea- ii. Why srs organisU naughty nen? Be cause they alwaya play in eburcb. ' b" propoeed to taa staye, but it .w -mmm vvcciea isseiM goana tnai ii would diminish eoasuorptrow. Moat men bats all lies wbiob. tbey don't utter tbsmeelve. ": Theyoung lade tbat kept ber word, bae found it very useful. Owls, says old fogy, look wise. cso do notbiog tot min . OB.Syaar, A ear. efSl taeswriesavsas year. job rKtajTtxo Job rrtaflng f.va-ilwstlatt. i wfl i aseUy ipliUowit. t..rra IWaMcras. AaoiUsaf alaaklrtca4aat1is ia All or Oars for jrrfi.fac or Jot) Wet aaa i acenpaaa ye.ata bacowMa rwpoatibl for tba The Great Crftfiffial Cats. Yd. PeopU of tb. UnltW) Bpn Oawrt fa. a a. State, vs. Taw A bull- - lot Bo. Oct. SCS iivs rsnf - jvw, sow. Iwdietmenl drawn np and presented few tbe Work ine men of New York, represent- iog tbe "toiling millions" of tbs United 8tatw of Amerfe. It ie ebafftd against tbe rfefendsnt in thie ease; (the abolitioB party) tbat It baa consigned lo trntrme'y deaths firs hundred tLocrtfnd bermaS beings, tba great majority of whom were orking mea pro daeers, contributors to the wealth of tbs natfctn. It bas arrayed brother eainsf brother, and pitted ibe father against tbs eon ia mortal combat. It baa deluged tbe land is bloodwhir ened tbe fields ef tbs south witb the trross of the slain. It baa bright grief and eadosse lo near ly every fireside. It haa bimmimI n tM.4 r I """ auu riuwasr 9t lDt tabiij Bo a nee, It baa deranged the currency ef tbs (eoontry.-,. r nlatioa and r louder ef tbe publie finance. Jt bas enlarged beyond all necessity tin pobRe debt. It bee taxed the present gsnsrstion be yond all precedent, snd entailed burthens that Will fall witb erusbmg weight upon unborn millione. It haa taksn from indnatnal sail pro deetlva pursuits ovsr two million of neeaw It baa abielded tbe rich fro a th. ttaok eo of repeated "drafts,' by tbe payment of snmt (to tbem petty and insigwifioant) to tbe government; while ft baa eoflrselleel the toiliog maeeev to enlist, for tbs plain reason that tbe actoal necessities required it (or the immediate support ef tbeir fam ines. It baa given CS shin Blasters. rn na. psr and petty postage eiampe for the com mon eurrsoey of tbe country. It baa created a flanatatiwa aif - tain standard of value. Il bee ased tne tteonla'a mnsiv ;tr,nn legal authority, in Meres and vats at tempts' to better tbe condition of tbs as gro, at tbe expense of tbe white race. It haa inaUYUratad schemaa tn thava.a the plant of the Almighty in ee-mingling iub races. It has allowed aVfanftara aw4 iif. rng contracture, paymasters, publio ffieers ana even private maiviauais, to swindle tbs people out of millione of dollars, aad bae dared to eeod some of them on foreiga Disiion a a nwtra iot ueir rascality. It bas ignorsd well established laws of eongresa. It baa disregarded tha constitution axr der the plea of "military necessity It bas taken the edicts of tbs FreVideni ae tawe of the land, which Uwrfbef con travened. - It baa indeooiSer ptftSe oficeta lrenl suite at law for damages on seoouotof oaf. rages upon the tfgbte of eitiseos. it bss crested good and true area and patriotic eitixeoe without legal authority; dragged tbem from their homes, friends and families; esnt them bfj"ond the Kmitsr of the state in which tha mmAmA tm..- cerated tbem in bestiletv and febcl ds nounord them is traitors. It haa trampled down tbs great bul warks of civil liberty, tbs freelom of speech and of tbe press. it oas aooiienea tbs writ or habeas ear put, n right wbiob no other enlightened government tinder netven would seek eve to abridge . It bat" let aaide onr system of trial by jury, and substituted arbitrary power 1st the laws of tbe land It h'aa daetarad militaiw xm.I the civil tribunals were in the faithful drew ooarge oi tneir Jegimate duties. It bae created unnecessary depstmsritaV in the general government, thus eausfog! mors expenses, increased taXea, and heav ier borthsns for tbe people. It bas organiaed near atalee front tba mere fragments of the Original; admitted members from these eo-Aairad at... seats as members of songreee. it nae cent it spise aed informeYs t&TodrgSr Ibe principal cities and town,- to listen to and report tbs usurtturing. of tbs people toecbisg fho canoer in whisk the administration- is conducting the af airs of tbe country. It bas regarded .opposition to tbs ad ministration as opposition to tbs eocstitu tion and government, than wbieb tbers can be nothing more false. It baa inaugurated a system by which, oae-tsntb of tbe eitiseos of a state, instead, of a marity, efifey lore a staff gvsfff- ment. It ha prohibited f5s cirdolefion cf new, papsrs in tbe United State mails because tbey errtieissd and opposed the nets of the) administration; it bas actually suspend! their publication, and plaeed n censorship over tbe press and tha tal....,!. Itbas eireulated falsehoods aod suppress sd tbe truth. rr It baa multiplied, to an indefinite often t tbe number of subordinate offioials, simply to oppease the persistent appeals ef mem dtawgogoss and political pas pars. It bas disregarded tbs reserved rlxbtsT ol tbs etatea. Ii baa revoked n soirit of molr-law,-which bee dYvelrjped itself in tbs principal sitiee in tbe destruction of We snd1 sroaW erty. r It bae destroyed immeots amort- wf public aod private property; imposed oa industry burthens toogrevious to be born; enriched the few at tbe expense ef tbe many; overflowed oar hospitals witb die-' abled men, and crowded our otreeu witb life-long eriplee. It bae inflamed all Ibe baser peseronsci the human beerf. It bss establisbsd "national- broke" la. every nook aod of tbe land, ar system of finance uoiversslly repudiated brtbwpwo ple. - It haa allowed military ffierala-te later rupt our system of election by ballot. It baa intermeddled with tbs rsligJsas instituttons of tbe country. It bas attempted to dgre representa tives of lha peoj le in congress for daring to express their boawst sentiments in re- gsrd te the war sad itasoesrqasBgeai If bas eeeffed at every proposition son mitted to songreee for an honorable setttsw mant of out nafti sal troubles; sad lined all pesee propositions as "Uiabooorv able. ft baa declined to restore tbs Union as lets tbs vootbern state will abandon ale. vary, thus making tbe will of thwart., dent, instead of lbs eonstitotioa, lbs lava of tbe land. In a word, having filled balT a taillisa ef gravss. and filled tbs sosntry with millions of widows and ortbsesv if new rsfasee to avals pet oo or rerfor tbs Union until whits arts and negro era redeeed te a common VysWnjtif Oar berstefors preaxf whits repnblis shelf become a disgastiaa; mass of mongrel nnd hybrid. 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