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COLUMBIA
DEMOC
RAT,
states
LEVI L. TATE, EDITOR.
VOL. .18. NO. 28.
FRJ2SU ARRIVAL
VTf) CIG!1MS fW
Miller's Store.
fpnn putixTlliir has Just returned from the Cities
1 with another lrc anil select ns sortmct of
iSPIllNG AND SUMMER GOODS.
purchased nt Vhlladclphla. nt tho lowest (Inure, nnd
Which they aro determined to .oil on a. moderate terms
i ran bo procured elsewhere, in lllooinsburg. Ilia
Mori comprises
Udies' vhk8 aoons,
of clinical styles and latent fashion.
vity aotws. M'J aiioci:niF.s.
IHIinWJtlK UK K.V I Kill K,
CRUJiit trjiriK, UOIJ.OW waim
BOA', AVJLS, HOOTS - &HOF.S
HATS C.1VS, cfct., 4 e iy.,
In almrt everything u.iiully kept In country Storm
in whl-h he Invito the public generally.
Tho lllghosttirleo patuTor country produce.
S. II. MILLER.
EloomaliurK. May 2f. lPfil.
FpTllTGONFESSlONS AND EXPE-
fj None of tn INVALID.
ttit.ll-lrJ for tho Ix rn fit, nml at n caution tn Young
Mi nun nthcra. turn suffer from t-'crvoiis Dehillly,
i rrniatu o Uccny of MnU'ino:!, &c supplj Ini! nt tho
urn llinu thu Mmm or i-n-ri'irm lly nnc who hat
trued himself aft r uiiih'rii liiie cnnrldurahlc rpiackery
In micI(i.Iii n oft paid iiitiiressuil envelope single
iniiice ni ly ho hrd or tho ruthnr,
NATHANIEL MAVFAIR. Esq..
Juno J, 16(14.- ly llrookln, Kiiigseo.,JLY
" National Foundry.
DI.OOMS15UUG-, COLUMBIA CO., PA.
it II n Fiilisrrih.T proprietor of Iho above nainod ex.
j tcn.ivti csUl'ishiucnt, in now prepared to receive
i (r for
All Kinds of Machinery,
i Collerles, III. nt Furnneos, Ftallonary Engines, .MIIH
TIU'CHIIING .MAOIIlN'IiS, KC. &C.
nc Is also prepared lo mnku floves, all sizes and
sstlrns, p'riw-lrnui, and ever thing usually inaJe in
fiit'Cla.. r'nundrice
III. exl;nsivc facilities and practical workmen, war
jmitt hlui in receiving the large. t toulracls on the
M nt re (seriald tcrim.
17" lirain uf nil kinds w lit be taken in exchange for
ceilmo.
a.? ThL o.lalili.hinent is lora.ed nosr the l.aekawaa
ml lsinoiii.burcj Itailroad Oepnt.
teier mllmetl-ii
WDonisburp, Pept. 12, lHfiJ.
JELL'S SPECIFIC" PILLS War-
; RATftn ii-Ti Pahbh-Cain ho relic '4 on I IWyr
fil to rare! Do mil nnuifMiu ! Arc fi(Nil iii a- tlmi!
No rhnniti nf uiit r'iuim. I In not ..UrrfWf with
iui' pursuits I l uri'it uiUiuut urtertioi, I
1 tWJirtli" at irc Hp tnl inutith- Miuif nf tli'iu
v. ry fv ro cnn. ilvr one hnnilrfil pliyn i.iti Uwc
ntrci thorn in th lr fnirtiro, mi' it I dpctk wnl uf their
Clrnry, mttl npiri'' t' t!) ir rfinii-iHm, wlurh i
t r.i oi vrtfliilihi. nn I l-iirinl' s on ilic f)ficiu. liun
drl "f c rtitkntf cut If Honn
Hell' i'liiTifir Till hp: tlif t'Miiinl nii-I iuiy cuimiua
fppciilr 1'ilJ. '1 U y :tr .iiiaMt' i tnr m.il'' nntl f 'iiiMu,
bi ot younz. nnl tli" only r.'li.itt r-:ii-ly fur ''NVi'tinn
a pcriiirfiiLht iiiiit iO' l tur in r:iHfi nf pi'rni,i
torrlion. r S'lininal Wcnkiifsf, uith nil it train uf
evils, purh ai I ri-tlir.il nihl Vu;'innl tli Aclinrf'fi. fil;ot
hr I'iliiH, NkIiI j or Invdtmlary i:i.n-tnii. nrMi
liaiuinru, (tt'iiiiul n Inlity hiil tri itnl'ility, I nipttifiicf,
VpflkiM-mi r l.nnf INiwi r, NfrnniH lability, A.i'
Unf wliuhftnM's pontip.illv tVnm cual ritHM'inr
-lf Imih', nr H(frn) rniuiiiutioiiri! deransnniiMi itnl
ItKKpncitnt" the iiitfuicr t'roin inlfllliiis tin iIuii-m nf
ttiaini'il lil'" In nil iuiM f!iM'Hi', WmiorrlKn,
(ili-rt, nml Strn turt. nil in ItKiAcn r.f ilm (Mnl.i;r
Bud Kiilta) . th' .irl a- h rluinn t Kr Hef is etprri
twit ny lakmu n khmIj Imt.
"ul by nil I In principal (Irnf'iFti, TricfrJI.
Th' y i ill tin rt n. Uy nmil. cvcuti I) peil-'d. and ton
1.1 Ejtj.il It, ou rec. ipt o tin rimnry, In
J. lillYAW M 0.
No. 76 (Vitnr St., New York
OtmrUtln; riiyslfian fnr th- trmtnvnt of 'wiiiml,
Cnnnry. :mhiI, mnl .trnn Inifnay. who vwil
n ul. frfc to nil, tli fnlluwing vnlnclile urk, in p;r.l-
il nrlopn .
Tiir 1'ipiieth TvioiAND-If.T. niJ.TS TltnATli:
nn bclf-Ahimi. l'rt'tniturc I.ccny, linpntrnrn nml linn
rfpnwT, Huxual Uis-nicx, ti inlnol ciki., Mglitly
Ei'iiKcii-i-. (jt iiitai nihility, 'c, n p.itnphl"! m U4
f5"fl, runtaiiiinc nnpoitnnt a-lvin- (n the atllictr;!. ami
rrhnli fhouU bs read by every urF ri. thn mcnnn
nf cure in lln m-rtrfpl ctaC4 u plainly tut fort.1 Two
rUraps ru'piirctt f p'ty pustajra.
lcnir.br 12. i.'Gi - ly.
Nos. 0, 1 1, 13, 15, 17 Courtlamlt Street
NKARimoAnwAY. ncwyor. (ty.
nss foinimmiK h.n i. i recently refined, ami i com- j
Tins r.;u eaiiiuiisneu nr.o nivniii.i resori or 1110 nun- i
pin- in ..luij.itt.i, ui... iu.. ti.i.it,' i io.i. ....iiuvi.b .j,
Itspairons i.i.ne. aud fjimiies ar..-.penally ami care-.
' 'nV'cuura
ami i. CJiinciiniis in uie principal linen i.i airaiuuuan,
em.. .Miiiiiioiesi-.ierri. s, .'jc.
lncoiise.iueiiconftheiire.sur- canted hv the Rebel I
lion, pnee have been reduce t.,
n )nr nt il 1itln (i'ut .ir Unit.
The table is amply up,,l,edl.h nil the luxurlo. 'of
the season, anil in equal to that of any other hotel in the
rountry
Anipl
arents.
Ample accommo'jnuoiis aro nuervn lor upwnru 01 wu
s-..-, . .... i l.jr-jitA
t.f" On not believt lUiiiiers.nockmen, ami others who
may say "the Western Hotel is run.
1). i). tt'iNCHKHTnfc, rroprittor.
THew. n, WINCHUSTBR.
Fub. IS, lfi.
, r. .i . n mv! -r. ja.h-'m I ' 1U"UUU vs0.ju.Ui.oiJuiu3 Liolilu, Stanton and Hallock ; but, un- ..uuu.. w.
v. K f(,f(H'fVflw Hpi ofKeniuoky. Ho said : fortuuately neither of them can boast a assembled in tho vicinity repeatedly cheer
iXIai.'UJjU A lJ.VJ AAiJ a .U,U ,.,., ,,.... ri c, .. r... i.i-1. .i...nm,i ri i i. i t i. r..- u..nin. Anii,r,. n....
' II K Proprietor of this wrll-kuon n and centrally luea
I teil House, tho KxeUAira: II011.1., situate nn Mai,
Flrcel, in llloouisbiirt' immediately "pnosile tho Coluni
bia County Court llou.e, respectfully Informs Ins frienda
nml the puhlic iu general, that his House, is now in nr
der lor the receptiuu uiidciiterlaiunieat uf traveler nhti
limy feel ili.po.eil to t.ivor it with their custom, lie has
p.ireil no expense in prepauui; tho Kxc iianue, fur the
.inii.rl. ii.iueiit ,rtilri Ptie.lB. Ill llller .Knit tlirre lie nnv.
iiniij! nuiitti.it (on lus.part) to minister to their personal
...... III. I. ....... .i.jpiillli: nii.l n.it..tc t.H ..r ..1 Ir.,.
Hoti tT&X?$A$$il
olers will ho pleasantly conveyed to and from the re-
.pactivemationsinduotimotomeetthecara.
tlUSIUesA 101'iltlOll
Illoomsburc, July 7. Itoa
DL003ISBURG SKYLIGHT,
Pictuic Gallery.
T'lmCioo!
ni ino i.xcuunce uierK. rsiunuinK over narney Eionner
If.L..... ..,.1 tlin llil.lnrn ........ 1.,. I.... .....
tlit' "'"it UonVyXsVyn'shtthat Kood'Uie-
ini' "tn"'
"on to considerabioVipein'o to iiinto his e
it fvmt s1n Olin ftllil fill 1 1 1 t o fivu .riliitlla
ninrgvtiKyiir
tares can hell
can bo taKenJ
lie iias eon
tabluhment first class one, and ho therefore solicits a
liberal patro lge tncnablo him, tncoustautly Introduce
thninodo l improvements of the art.
Cz-Co'in 'y uroduco taken in Exchange for pieturoi
lll'VI'V HlwPA'flTOnv
UENItY UOSENSTOCK.
VdoGuiitmre,
'I'J Nov. 0
LEATHER 1 LEATHER! !
nnni:undersliinedv.ouldannnunce.thathehionhand
A,;T.V
sf which ho will scllrhcaner than c&n be had elsenhera
buo rair skins, morocco, (reil nml black) and iininp. an
11 this uarket, Call und eiemlnc them for ynur.elvei.
JOHN K. CHITON.
Eloorusburg, May ti, IfSi.
SIlilOLASIIII'S FOIl SILE.
nttsbnrcli Commercial Collen.
lllnehamplin '
Crittenden's rhnadolnlita.
rlratton. Ilrvant & Hi.. i
Thos Scrips, aro in amounts of $15 and $50 and ara
.VTJ'oVh.
d L'ollrjiato Education, will here findajnod speeuli-
" M." ?f Pai"l ,he WAISa nBMOflU AT
1
t, BLANK SI BLANKS! I
Of ovary devoription, fot sale rttTris office
AND
BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PENN'A,, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1864.
Sdect Poctrn.
Hurrah for the Man wc Lovo.
A in " Five L' Amour."
Come all yc true patflotn and Join In thl. oni.
v Hurrah for the man wc love,
McCIcllan'a our leader- he', gallant and itrong )
Hurrah for tho man we love,
C'uonci.-lle'll win the race-to the White House
he'll go,
Whether Lincoln and Chine are willing or no,
Hurrah for the man, hurrah for the man, hurrah for tho
man wc love.
On Mexican plain, ho won a unod natno j
Hurrah for I lie m.n we love,
General Scott rpoke hia pral.ct, and we'll do the
aame ;
Hurrah for the in we love.
Cnoo. He'll win tho raco-to tho White Homo
tu'll go,
Whether Stanton and Halleekare willing or no.
Hurrah for tho man. hurrah for the man, hurrah for
the man wo lovo
Uncle H.im .ent him out to Ihe bloody Crimea,
Hurrah for tho man wo love
Which c.talili.hod hi. fiimu ns a gran engineer.
Hurrah fortha man w love.
Ciiorcs. Iln'll will the race tn Hiu Wlillo Home
' he'll gn,
Whether lleriher or Orrcley are willitiR or no,
Hurriih forthe man, hurrah for the man, hurrah fur
tho man w love,
When acr.eiioiilat. tried tho Union to ,otor
Up ro.o thu nun wu love ;
Little Mac drew hli enord and boldly aaid 'xith I"
Hurrah for thu man u low.
Cuoro.- Ho'll hIii the raci
, to the White House he'll
K'.
Whether plniidering traitor, nro willing or no.
Hurrah for the m.tn, hurrah for thu man. hurrau, for the
man we love,
Then floek round his banner iu Z'-alous array.
And lia.ien your footsteps togre.et him ;
Determined In earnest, from this very day.
In tho President's chair to seat him,
..'horl's With McCLCLLix for rro.ldent-lT WiTII
Tlin KIjAtJ I
Tho rebellion will end-nwny with its rag.
Three cheers fjr tlio man, three cheers for theiuan,
three cheers for the man wo lovo.
Ilir ! nip ' nip I
H.WTXIJ Tl' 'IT ri I II. II n I WIIbmb
IMMENiE DEMOCRAT IC MASS
MEETING i .
The SSfiitti ilJcIJIt'ltiiii S)i'so-
Tj'emeudous Guthorlnf? in Court
House Square.
rive Moust.ir 3!-Cii:i$,s in SiiniiUaiicims
I'nitiin lilfl'tjm i-aiii) oi'iiio a ii).
Last niglit wns tli" oeui.-ioii of such a
poWfusI (lciii(iii"triition ns ntvor vmih wit
iicsud in Ohioig'-, or in thu West before
TIims.' vrlio tvero present at the meeting
which took place on thu night previoti
though the crowd was immense arid the i n
tlinaiafin ui. para lied ; but, when tln- saw
t!u; meetinj; last nielli, t!ie gtamleur of the
former waj cotti plt-tfly telipsod rind tho
vast muliitudo were over whelmed with
thriii inealuulablc magnitude.
-v- - -;'- - ..b
The first epcreh of the evening was de-
nvuritil nu I en. .n in nnm h nt k on
of Ken
' tin
iiniiy, nuui uic uu I niu il u UU uourl
,, I
u" I
utiuua. -lueurium iicmitii unim com
. , . ,, , ,
Illi'llCcd pe.l foritlinr about 7 0 clock, and
!,:......, :, . ' ' ....
jiiiiuiiu until iiiiaiiui iu v v il. nut 1
1 '6'") Ml-"
I 'P'aker t0h ' SlauJ
I
C'll i II I I' :h i W i MM UI Id.
01 uiiiuu wr u im.Huoinj'j L o '
Tho masses at tbo north euirauco of iho
-uouiinoi.su were oaiieu io io oruer a :
,ir. i,.. n- t i.t .w
i-i 1,-. ,- u
1 jjljl." Ui 1 1 J. r,.n J iliJj(3 iui tk lew
moiiieniH only to have your attcniion. An
old soldier asks it of you in u good oause,
lor 1 th in'.! 1 havo a right to call myself
an o,d soldier. I bite u ,t pokeu here
aiuce yer ago, whcii the lament Uouglus
was hero and the Mayor of Ciueiuali was
. . . . J
hurt' i audlsuidtliuiityh.it I say now,
xYXl " aS !u;f ?.fir,t iu !"y l'. 'i00'1' w1beo
tllC StatQ ol Ohio was a Irontliir htuto.wllun
, tl.c Territories iNoitlnve.-t were it,rder
I Territories : and your Chicago Creek I
J remember it is a liver now .md a few
j Imildiugi wero in tho place of your oity.
; It was when our boys fvr the first timo
' crosned tho Ohio river, and eatue to the
rcli f of tbo men of Ohiu. Michigan, ludi-
..... .
una nun mi o .1. oo inn L' uru hiv rec
oU'Ctiotis ol ilioc dass that it si aius almost
that I am ppi-aking of nomubndy else, or
that I am still a boy. L.iughier. t saw
. I ' l .1 1
1.:. . 1 .1 v.... i-
Queen of tho Lake.
Ilavinii coo ibcue
things, my fellow OltizbllH, JOU CaU imag-
l" bow weigUs upon my heart when I
turu uiu to conioinpiaiu io-iiiglll iuobo uarK
scenes 01 etrilo and tilsiodntied that now
shroud our wholo couutry in gloom Alu
that I should livo to bod tlie?e days, to
think that our southern brethren should
draw the sword ! I told them iu the bo
ginuiug of this btrife of s.-ctioim, that they
wore throwing fire-bail to ambitious devils
that would turn them on out own houses,
and that they would uot care a d-n if it
Were r-Ot Oil filO. L'ltlzhtor.l But, SIT,
H"W y I llVO old as I J
I shall live to mo t his Mrifo ended 5 I
fhull live to seo thu bonds of national fra-
teruiry agaiu uuittfd ; I ihall live tb w
111 n cumin v iiucu lucre yrrr uui icw iuj tuiiiui u. u "'"Ki "uu x j B .i . .1 ,l r,L
... a , a , t.i ii- 1 l- ' i i .'Bland was soon covered, haoh succossivo
a settlement hero and there aud now I to live and die a national whig. Rut at 1
1 come, and behold "the city full." The tho same tuno I tell you all h.-ro, if you Poal of "iillery wa greeted with tromen.
Queen of the Wet on tho Father of Wat- pro cad to nominate t constitutional , duous nheora for McClollan, and as the
otk, - aud this, I believe they call it, The Union ma 1 for PreMdenoy, though ho bo ; orowds f:om the Tub Would office oame
BLOOMSBURG GENERAL ADVERTISER,
'TO HOLD AND TRIM TIIH TOROU
this paper monoy abated ; ibis gunpowder
ourrenoy, which I would not uso fur wad
ding to kill a prairio ohickon, nbatod and
turned into gold and silver. Applause.
And that onn bo dono only by removing
this abominable iidmiuiatration. I stato a
faot; when Mr. Linooln onterod upon his
high official dutiet, I wont to him and told
him this: Mr. I.iuoolc, you woro born in
the Stato of Kentucky, and Mr?. Linooln
also, I bttlit vo, and you cannot bo indiffer
ent to tho prosperity of Kentucky ,nnd that
of (he whole country ; and, if you will pro
ceed to administer tho government upon
the principles of the. fathor,upun tho prin
ciples of the constitution and for the pros
perity of tho wholooouutry, I will support
your administration. He told mo ho would
do so, Hut whatfollowsl t was in Washing
ton at the tinioof tho Cr t Hull Hud fight.
There was the call for 75,000 men thon
for thegreat nrrates. Than riv rn of blood
didflow, and have been flowing over sinoe.
Hundreds of thousand!) have fallen nine.
Almost every houso iu the land is in
mourning, and et thero is no prospect of
ending the stri o. Has not blood unotigh
been .shed ? Cries of "Yes," ''yo." I
have furnished from my own family two :
oue has had two homes shot from under
him, and the other coiutnMidod nt Sliilnh.
I have furnished my full aliaru of hclp,and
now 1 pray to God that this war may ter
minatr. 1 am tirftd of this war, I am
tired of the lamentations in my ears all
around me. I tell you, gentlemen, you
know nothing of the horrors ot this war
here. Il you could see tbo guorillas pour
ing into your villages and every part of
the State, aud citizens dying, as 1 have
seen them in my town, Laxington, you
yould know something of tho horrors of
this war. And when I but just now left
my heme, my town was cnarded by ne
groes, no white man left with tho privilege
of a gun in bis hmd. I am not a slave-
Holder. J'jiuht years aoo i set mine free, i
I emancipated them myself, for I did not
....v.... ... .... ....... ........ v. j.u.u
luuni, .inpiau.e. oo licit mv lamilV
in the hands of emancipated slaves, for I
my negroes would nut leavo inc I tell
you, J hare seen thouo puorillaB charging
down through town when I was rather del
icate looking out of the windows, becauso
you could not know where o bullet might ,
be cominr. I left my family under com-,
mniiilers that think the negro a liltle better
than the white man, und thoy account all
dislojal becauso wethiuk tho Vihito man a :
littlo better than tho negro. In Huch a '
condituiu I left my family the guerillas
prowling aiuuiiu, iiuu iney tun its u mc
government take our negroes ihey have a
rit'lit to t.iku our horses
Fellow citizen.-', 1 address you with the
friiedom of an old soldier, aud I feel that
I might regard mysell as a watchman ou
your lowers. Atid I could desire, when
you ask nto "Watchrn.iu, what of tho
i.iuht! ' that I rould answer, "All'x wll :
let our babes reft in qniot." Dut now,
sint'i despotism has taken ebargo of tho
onuiitry, and
VFoC mil? ram" Mk"d
cept the will
now. "Watchman, what of tho uiirbt ?" I
must answer, "All's ill," Y'et, sir, I tell
you all's ill now, unless tho people wako
."-' "':;: r;,,:
u,., uu.v.-u j uu, uu.v-u
up, unless you waKe up, unless we aroueo
tiurnelvfs buf rti the da wii of day to tho
j i' c .1 . I c ' M i-i . -r
deleiico of the principles of civil liberty, if
will ua ill wrtli us, ana tno.so sacred pr.n-
, UipiL'B W III UO IOM lorcver 10 U1, 1 Here 0 0
.,' ,, , , , . ' ,
, " tllat 1 c0"10 llar0 t" fpelt tO you Of
the nrinciules ol constitutional libcrtv.and
. . . -
,,, ...,,.- ,1,.. ,l... e j. ,,
i...uu, .....U..SI.S u. uceijvjuo,,. ...
tho administration of oncman. Moro than
nilitinn linnrlri'il inara nun Itninn wua
i . . . .
poVLTHOd bv tlircc IllUtl 111 tho I'HU 01 ttlt
Itepublio One was Augustus Cn;s:ir,auo-
tuul -lutuiij, uuu iuu muu uuuw
Komn. 1 icv were al of nob o blood
Aud we, too, have now our iriumviratc -
W1J 11 I i uic.i.iibi iunu.J X Plcua
with profuuud regret ol'the powets that bo.
Lauhi.T coniinued Dut thu paralle
was lurthcr Ihero suceeedud to Uomo
an Emperor that could Uddlu and dance
whtu their oity was burning. We also
have our i!i injitror , liincoln, that can tell
lus talc jokes while the land is running
xfA wi,h lUa. blo,od of our b1rothot8 aIld B0"3;.
And UlUCt tlllS bo TCOOlVCd a3 .1 gleam Ot
glory iu the future of our country T Wa
read in auoiont history of tho great oity of
the Hebrews, and -that whilst TittiB was
dailjr battleiug dowu thoir walls, tho fao-
lious Jtws wero quarreling among them-
selves every night. Hut for Cod's sake.
dont let u bo like tho jews quarreling
uuiuiiuati uuraeivua, uuu uuTiiuriuir iiuu ,iu-
. . P
other in theso times of tho extremity of our
imperilled in.-titutions of freedom. For
tu null, I am uu old lino Henry Clay whig
IT . 1 .. ( IV . .
HI.. c.i ,.. 1 T .. ... ....
, a democrat, 1 will voto for him. Applauscl
I II IT
im an old lsaptist, too, baptized nil over
in running water, yet if you nominate a
oiriimuu, aim no uc uuiciiyisu a coustltu
tional Uuiou man, I will voto for him for
all that Laughter and applauso. Shall I
tell you, geutleinen, what further we have
bad iu Kentucky to make us tired of mil
itary rulo f It was but two days beforo
our late August election that a military
cotntnauder iu our Stato issued au orJor
tint 0110 of our candidates for Judge of the
Court of Appeals (wo had but two candi
dates) should not bo a oaoditlato, and wo
submitted under the stress of bayonets.
Jut we rallied aud nominated anothor gen
tleman for iho position and suoeceded.and
e lefctvd him over the nejrro oandldata Aj.
OP TRUTH AND WAVE IT O'ER
plause. I mention this in viow of the fact
that wo have auother eleotion in Kentucky
next November, and will voto then as we
did in August, and carry our candidate
by our thousands' Continued applausa.
Sir, I am a freeman,! will vote. Why not I
It is my right. Do you think I will fail
to exorcise my right! 1 will voto or dio.
Andientuoky will voto next November,
and oarry tho nominco of next Monday's
convention by fifty thousand majority.
Uubouudod applause. We will do it,
and report ourselvos at head quarters in
good order' Aud those men who havo
been oppressing and ruining the country
with luxation, and dohiRiti tho land with
blood, will bo driven baok to their moun
tains, and they will rail upon tho moun
tains to fall upon thorn and hide them from
tho fierco indignation of tho people.
Cheers. Gentlemen, I cannot but warn
you against their negro emancipation pol
icy. If they freo the iilaves you will have
to feed them. You aro bound to take
them hero into Illinois I want to pend
Kiy share of thorn into Illinois for Mr. Liu
coin to Mipport. They won't work. Thr-y
will cat, aud do nothing else. And at tho
samo time you will be bound to pay taxes.
You will be taxed upon everything per
taining to lifo and business- You cannot
draw or pay out money, but you will have
to pay a tax for it. lou will be over-I
whelmed with taxation, besides tho care of j
tho negroes ; and what a tiuto you will
havo of it; for thoy will not work; or if
they no, it will be for half tho compenaa- i
nun in u u wimc man. anu ou iu tne suauo m n l j y t i . i
t ir.t r-r ' i . -i I Clellan badges and a brisk trade, among
half the tin e. Laughter. ' . , 6 , , , , , fa
Gentlomon, when I wan invited to speak ,lhwo ,n the ParIc and elsewhere, frequent
here to-night I folt that I could not: and , ly receiving ton times tho amount asked
you perceive well enough that, with this I
winu in my lac, I havo no voico for so
largo a hearing. I have dono what I could.
This is a great confederacy of States, and
jit is your part gentlemen , to seo that, un
ior laws each tliall bo kept in its own
sphere. Let each man kiss his own wile
-
mau nmu our gnu oiiuurcu. J will uiuse
what I have lo say in an old couplet,
chan'Mug two words
'For more joy McClellan exiled feels,
Thau Lincoln with a Senato at his heels.'
Applause.
i
The Response of the Metropolis
Enthusiastic
Mcrptwn of tht jtw in
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Net'
0reM Elei,eerthoa
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inception of tub sr.vs ckne3 at tub
Vtuitl.J) Ol'FIf'K
The )oliiii-al hi.i'ory of the cnutitry af
fords no tiarnllel to the intense interest with
chilli tho citizens of New York of all Clellan. When the embers neatly died out
shades of political opinions, awaited yes- lher '"-barrels were placed on the burn
terdaytho result of tho ballot, wbioh U . 'g 1'ile, and tho blazo renewed, to the de
was known would be taken at Chicago S1" ol ha "peotators. In Eighth ave-
durinS tho morning. Long before tho hour
01 tl,e mooting ol tlio oonveniton tuc teio-
graph offices wero surrounded and the
newspaper offices thronged by eager
UD"D . UK . "J. , r
oroWfjj( Ju,t before noon tbo. hulletin-
nrowrt .nut nplnrn noon r in. Oltlietin-
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uuisi uo ui ill. II uiw.u i.ii3uiiuuiuuviu
r '
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uiii.iji.AJi .iujim.lir.u u. j,uii "uoi
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UALI.0T.
Tn nn instant thr, nnnt nn enlbusiasin
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.
broke fourth. .Men camo running lrom
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a" UlieCtlOIlS to rea DO news J l ee
4nu lnsnf nmiitllt iih 111. thn I
IUI uuuui us diuiu-u, uaun uj iu ; .
people io tho streets, and passed along by
mo c-iiuenn inmiuuue. xuv oincu was j
: en,.! i.. ,i :: r .i. i
,, . A A
lli lei eivvicu.ui .uu .it.b ui.iiauyj p
appeared with the "extras'' a ruh was
made, and in a very hort space of timo
, . .. . ... ,
AomandB wero disposed of throughout tho
c'- Cheers for The oRM) were given
Witn a will, as surefieervo edilions lollow-
ed with tho details of the convention's do-
, ings, up to the final announcement of t
1 ,. , ., ir- T. , .
; "suit ol the ballot for ico-I resident.
tho
THE l'AUK.
The Tammany officials had made prep
arations for the reception of tho news, and
hardly had tho bulletin announced tho
nomination when tho first gun of tho sa
lute Was fired in front of the City Hall.
Although some hours were to elapso before
j tho beginning of tho meeting, overy ineh
I 0 f.round iu the neighborhood of the
I O D 14 V
1 a
over announcing the result of tho ballot
ting for the Vioo Prosidenoy, tbo noise be
came doafening. Loyal-leaguers and shod
dy patriots grow blaok in tho face at tho
response of tho crowd to tho proposal
made by a Btontorian voico from tbo City
Hallstopu, 'Threo times, threo, for Iho win
ning ticket.'
humors or TrtE CROWD.
Thogroatost good humor rrovailcd, the
Dcmoorats gcnorotisly compassionating tlio
fow shoddyites proient, and reserving their
shafts of (un for moro important game.
'How are you, old Abe,' 'Littlo Mao and
iVlttory; 'Paei up, Uale Ab,' 'Two
THE DARKENED EARTH."
mouths' warning, Mrs. A.,' 'Mao nnd tho
Buckoyo 13oy,' 'Wo aro coming, Father
Abraham,' 'Now, let's swap horses,' 'Mc
Clellan's tho nag for us,' 'Welles and the
Patriarchs,' 'Start for Hartford.' This
last was met by a solemn assertion on tho
part of a ouo-artned sailor that the ven
erable seoretary 'hadn't a vessel which
would carry him thero in two inontbB.'
'McClellau and tho Union,' 'Where aro
you loyal leaguers,' 'Itemembcr tho sword
vote,' 'Don't maka so much noise, you'll
disturb Daddy Wolles,'"Now for ourtplan,'
'Iflnll- Inn mnnflln mnrn ' Arn . .?. . u.r.
echoed on every side.
Tho announcement "Washington is safe,'
was groctcd with shouts of derisivo laugli
tor, and ericg of 'It will be,' 'We'll savo
it,' 'House Cleaning time is coming,' io
snow ourt coLons.
As tho news of tho nomination spread,
flags wore thrown out from buildiugs in
all parts of tho oity, being greoted by pis-
tors by with cheers for 'McClellan and tbo
old flag ' At one of tho up town hotels a
lady hung out tho stars and Btripos to tho
inter.so disgust of her 'loyal' husband,
who 'couldn't for tho lifo of him :oc what
all this fuss was about.'
Peripatetic juvoniles, with a mania for
Bpeotilaiion, rushed to and fro with Mo
in payment for their wares
ON THE STREETS.
Tho excitement was ovorywhoro tho
same. Friends hailed each othor as they
passeu, witti Ulow aro you little iMao I '
Democrats met their political opponents
witn a Dttmguaur, smuc, ana inc rcinarK,
'Our turn is coming now.'
In t tic stages '
and on tho cars nothing was talked of but'
IU IIUUJIU.WUUi AXV iUU UldUVO UI ULUliU
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t, a. ii.n ..t..r. r
( muni iu tnu uveuiug, me auguiess aimsion i
j to McClellan was greeted with uproarious j
, cheers, and in one, a song , honor of lit-
tin Man wna tnnf. nv n IriiinniifliMMa wnll nf ,
J J !
n nnl nnrin ttin ainif Virtitur nliliifnrl nm.nM. I
7""' lV ". V"''" l" muu (
cheer Aftor ohcer for 'McClellan and Pen-
dleton.
BONFIRES AND ILLUSTRATIONS.
In almost every ward in tho oity huge!
bonfires wero lit at dusk in honor of tho !
nomination : and the er0wiln wl.ir-I. rrntl.J
ered arouud them cheered lustily for Mc- I
i nue and otlier parts ot tho city mftny
' houses wero brilliantly illuminated and
these circumstances called forth cheers re
peatedly from all who viewed them
I Al.ugobonGro wasbuilt near tho Foitv
. w
! seoond street railroad depot liy tho Mo-1
tl ,t, . . .
Clellan Club, and a mooting was improvis-
cd in Bhloh addrcssas in favor of tho nom-
;. . , ,, . , , ,T
, lnations wore dolivered by tho Hon. J bos.
,, . ' .
' llyan J-tionias union, joun Hyau and
r , nn i
. flnlnnrtl Vhil
I TAMMANY hall.
rTnnn tlm niMinUf ilmn.ii. nf M,.PI..I.
s nomiuatiou, Tammany Hall at onco
g its banner to the breeze. Tho stars
; fl
and stripes wero run up the flag staff,which
surmounts the building, flanked on either
side by innumerable little flags. Crowds
gathered about it immediately, and cheer
ed for the Union candidate for President,
Georgo B McClollan, nntil thoy woro
hoarse. Calls wero mado for speeches
from prominent Tammany loaders, but
nono being at hand, tho immense throngs
contented themselves with cheering. Tho
following motto was stretched aorosg the
balcony in front of the hall.
The Union must and shall ba Freserred.
. .
;
At last, tho crowds dispersed, but to
meet again at tho impromptu ratification
meeting in tho Park.
THE ILLUMINjVTION.
At dusk, tho old wigwam was in blaro.
From tho groat hall to the attic story,
every window sent out a flood of light from
hundred of tapers, and when the illumina
tion was first noticed it was greeted wilh
loud cheers. Tho Jacksonian motto, 'the
Union must and ihall ba preserved,' was
surrounded by numorous lights, and be-
noatli was a long and brilliant row of
Chineso lanterns tho material being tri
colored. Tho saloon of Tammany was
densely orowded, and tho popular candi
dato for tho President was repeatedly toas
ted amid loud applaune.
TUB OEUMANS TUnNINO OUT.
At one of tho gardens in the Bowery
lanterns and transparonoios wero hung
out, and the place was orowded with the
German chitons of iho oity who manliest,
ed tbo greatest enthusiasm, All through
tli a evening orowds wero passing up and
, down, ringing and snouting.
A banner insorlbod with the noma of
McOlelian, and bbaring his portrait, has
been atretohed across Chatham quure,and
'
is daily looked upon by the thousands of
i.tnj.n j ' .t .1...
groat thoroughfare, Tho banner is a very ,
vJj VUU lUl liua pi UUUI .U ijr rUU
tion among the'Btorokoapcrs in that vioin-
i'y.
The Tammany RaliflcationMcot
ing. ,
Tho great meeting in the Park, though
suddenly improvised, showed not only tho
popularity of General McClellan ; but al
so tho renewed strength of old Tammany,
whose officers convened it, Thuusande
wailed for hours to respond to the call,
and the enthusiasm which marked all the
proceedings amply attested that "Littlo
Mao" was the people's choico as well as
that of the convention.
Atfiveo'olook there was an immense
mass of people presont who were divided
among tho three stands, each running par
allel with tho City Hall, on tho esplanade.
Tho tbuuder of a few fix pounders noar
by gave notice that the orations would
soon commence, and us the sounds burst
upon the air huzzas aud che'ors rose from
the multitude. One of the salutes was
fired from a handsome brass peioo belong
ing to Captain Moroby which was desig
nated "Little Mao," The meetiDg at this
time grew larger by now accessions from
every part of the city, und in its numbers
was an entire sueccss, it showed the influ
ence of Tammany, as the ancient and still
hon0red expounder of Democracy and
union over tho masses, and also tho en-
terpriso of its sccrotary Douglas Taylor
sq , wiioso lahors contributed to its auc-
c(.gS
Tammanv was thu tho first in the
field to mtifv the ..r.m,m.in n,, it. M.
J
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blo example will doubtless bo imitated
every whord
Al 5j Jud Da A Qak
IIal thfi Ho1 noUi Q
.
rad Svvackhaimer. and uumcrous othtr
gentlemen, entered tho various platforms.
when tho three meetings were atonco call
ed to order.
Colonel Davis, of the Harris light oav-
' mr' vt m oorcs,oi iow .Jersey;
.1 . t Tir if , T
VJU'uul:, 'euuur -no, uuage uoccn,
of Queens county ; Chaunoy Shaffer, and
Thos ' Fiold3 ,nado bricf n,ld
, ojj-juiiuj i una mo rJUahillg WJfl 111
While the
progress, tho Seventh Ward Club march
cd past thb stand bearing a flag with the
inscription
TO WHOM IT HAY CONCERN !
FOR PRESIDENT,
ai:oiuu: b, mcclellan,
which caused greaUnthus.asm. A hu-
morous soug waB sung in the cnurso ofthc
. .
.. , .i . ioi vri,,.,
cvsning lo the tuno 01 Glory Hallelujah,
tho immense audience joining in the cho
.... Tl ,,.l.. r'l . cm jt
' rus. Jhe remarks ot Chaunoy Shaffer
, ......
were grcotea wim oonstueraoic applause
1 . r M ni il
hh lif came out for JleCilellan .
,V,
Copperhead Complainta
Can any of our readers guess what doc
nment contains the following complaints
j Tho Abolitionists will readily say it is tho
"disloyal" platform of some Copperhead
convention
"Ho has made judges dopendont upon
his will alone.
''no has ereotod a multitude of now of
fioos,
"Ho has kept among us, in timo of
peace, standing a;mi6S, without tho consent
of Legislatures.
''He has ven effected to render tho mil
itary independent of and superior to the
civil power:
"Ha has combined, with others, to sub
ject us to a jurisdition foreign to our Con
stitution and unacknowledged by our laws
giving his assent to thoir aots ol pretended
legislation
''For quartering bodies of armed troops
among us.
"For protecting them, by mock trial
from punishmont for any murder wliich
they commit on tho inhabitants of those
States.
"For depriving us, in many cases, of
tho benefit of trial by jury.
"For taking away our oharter, abolish
ing our most valuablo laws, and altering,
fundamentally, tho forms of our govern
ment. "He has incited domestio insurrections
among us."
The above are not extracts from any
-
latter day political gathering, but aro
taken literally from a renowned old docu-
mont signed ny Joun nancooic and nity-
live otneri written ny i nomas jeuorson
engrossed by order of Congress and
familiarly known as tha "Deelarallon
Tftderxstltnes."
TERMS: $2 00 1NADYANCE,
VOLUME 28
Tho Reason of McClellnn's Ro-
moval from tho Army Officially
,, Declared.
At Mia irpA.il innntiiin t. Vv
w , V ' u T
WodtiQidej owning, Hon. Eli P. Norton
' , . .
nouueed him if ho had merely been a sol
dier i but Georgo B. MoClellaii had his
own ideas ao an araoricnu oitiien Ho
did not believe in abolition, confiscation
and a war against the populating of the
South. Within two week bo, Mr. Nor
ton, know that Gm.erl McClellan had
been offoroil the lngliit command in the
army, if he would iv- in his adhesion to
Iho policy of fL.. A ' uinistrutinn. He re
fused. Gov. ;Jui.Hict.', nl Ohio, Who pre
sided at th !, ; 1 :or--' Cotivi'titiott which
nominated Auribain Lincoln, had (lectur
ed, of his peuoua kuowlHire. 1h.1t Mo
Clcllan was remorrd, not from any doubt
of bis military tibility, but because tho
Admiiiletratiou believed the Deinocratio
party would tuako him their next oandi-'
dato for Pretidout. G07, Dennison mado
the romarko in hi: ( Mr. Norton's ) pres
ence) Mn. Lincoln's CufEP Dbfendbii. It
is a fact of no littlo significance that the
leading defender and advocate of Abra
ham Linooln in New England is William
Lloyd Garrison, oditor of tbo Boston Lib'
etalor.
This man has boasted that ho has boon
engaged for thirty yoors in efforts to broak
up tho American Union.
It was Garrison who published, some?
years ago, luis declaration :
The only salvation for the slave is over
tho ruins of the American Church and
Union."
He it was, too, who for many years kept
at the head of his paper this motto :
"Tho Constitution is a covenant wilh
Death, and the Union a league with Hell."
Is there any impropriety or inconsist
ency in Mr. Garrison's pro.ent position as
the loading advooatc of Liuaoln's rc-cleo-tion
t Whyi indeed, should he not urge
tho election of :t mm who has done what
Linooln has t The latter, at last throw
ing off all disguise, has openly responded
to the test that has been applied to him.
Ho avows his opposition to a restoration
of the Union of our Fathers, aud dcolares
for Abolition as tho object of greatest con
sequenoo : Abolition and a ooutinuanoe of
this ruinous war 1 Grim old Mr. Garrl-'
son is consistent ! Hartfurd 2mes.
E&- The Easton (Pa.) Argus wants to'
know "how, in tho name of God, tho, Un
ion is to be restored, if President Lincoln
will listen to no Commissioncre, will ro
ceivo no offers, will hear no proposals I
How are we ever to havo an end if he will
allow no one to mako a beginning On
three occasions ho has refused lo listen to
offers of pcaco." The Aigua r.rocecds.
addressing thoughtful Hepublicans :
"Wo ask you, in view of theso things,
can you, will you austain President Lo
coin tiny longer t It is as plain as tho
sun al noon-day, that if he is re-alccted
we shell have four years moro or war,
drafts, Uxas, misery, bloodshed, devasta
tion, ruiu, and perhaps another revolution
in the North. President Lincoln is either
a fanatic himself, or he is under the in
fluence of fanatics and contiactors, who
rule him and shape his course to suit
ihemselvee. We verily believo that a'
Deinocratio Administration could end tho
war nnd rostoro the Union in three months.
You can tsko your ohoice, then, gentle
tnenj and make up your minds betwoen
now end Novumber t vote oither for
"1. A Duinoerutic Aduiiuiftratson, with
peace; compromise ami re-union, no more
drafts, and reduced Uxco ; or
"2. Pour year.- more ci Lincoln's Ad
uiinibtiatiou, with oomi uid war and
bulobery, mora drafts, financial ruin, and
perhaps pormanent separation.''
True, Vert Truk. Tho New Yotk
Ttybune in a late editorial esys :
"Our publio burdons ore fearful ; our
Taxes ara enormous ; our Publio Debt,
already frightful,is etoodily augmenting ;
we arc freshly summoned to send half a
million mora men to tho battle field,
Never sinco tho disonvery of Arnold's troa
son have blacker olouds hung over us :
our trust is in God alone. Never wss a
National appeal to tho Father of Mercies
more appropriate then now."
Tne best thing wo oan do is to turn oat
our rulers, Linooln & Co;
tST Tho New fork" Worldiays tbsfr
Lincoln's best holt is msking jokes. Oh,
Mr. World, he makes widows and orphans
faitar than jokes, In faot ho is the great
est widow maker over known.
Tub Bibls speaks of a time when sevan
w ft men shall ln linlil nf nn. .ann TI..I.
i - - J www .uuu, . UBS
uI,f0ituuate time will soon bo bore if Abe
Lincoln lays his hund on the half milliort
( of men ho pr0p01e, to oaU ouk
Star A child fivo years old woi shot by
of a soldier who Cred at a deserter in Pliil'a
1 Tkt slfsmrUr eieapsd ami the skitt died,

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