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Oj Dollar ami Fifty Ortt n Wnry
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i-business ilirrttorii.
LANTHURIi Ä WHITE,
;
r j , j WkulMilf an-1 Retail ' '
Booksellers au:l Stationers,
No. r. 3Inin Strret,
nfriiMOND, -
- - INDIANA. !
GEO. W. BRUCE, M. DM
Pltyxieiait a ltd Sitrxcott
Viar!i:er, ItidiniM,
rM.!M Iii rr ifornt terxicc to ti
eitizVp'ji f Winrhetrr :i'l ririnity.
At In lri'lru',f. corurr .T .Mjin
n I S.at trer t the firmer ri'siirrpo
of Pr. IVrwti'i.
M. McCLUHt, M. D.,
.
PHYSICIAN AMD SURGEON,
TU? :rr'"4 t!,f eilten- of
,V i NC!! EST K U
An l Ttrinttv. .
II site eipcid attfntion to Diseases of
Female, a.nl all
CHHONIC DISEASES.
. . Also, tlic of tb e
RfCtlyt rittli tlnr attentinr
Ollire Smith idr of t'utdic ninrc.
In 1. Wilmfn' Der.t.d xi7ec,
Kei.lncp n franklin utrrt t; uir M .rnin
V it's irp.jite I 1 l..r'. rf!Jo'Cf.
41
i
J. W. WILMORE,
JD CIT1 1ST T;I S
WINCIIKTKi:. IND.
, tiir. Kcsi Unc tt i;v:df. rrr.
nort'i' tit nrt .if Vinr!itcr. t:Vr uvir
fram tv I 'I A. M. nJ horn 1 to 4 V. M.
! v. A. .T. ROSS.:.
D TU T I. S:T.
r..-r-----
; iv . -' 1 r t r r:
Indiana.
v-Ji - : "
JOHN RICHARDSON,
MERCHANT TAILOR
Ytit0fHe I'thlic Squarr, W'incttltr. .
CLOTHS. CASSIMERES ÄND VESTIMGS.
MwtT on htnd n.l mvlf tn order in the
br,ÜK .PIUCES UKASON AUI.r..
--y- - r r.
WARD &-SWA1X.
REL- ESTATE, FIRE.- LIFE,
w l AM AC.IIK.NTAb ''
INSURANCE ACENTSf
OFHCK IN THC LOCK BUILD I NO.
M incticMer, Jnditfrtv
. i i .
CI 1 u L l I
i'
i
XV A V
ho.sj:, SIGN,
AND
QnlJAMENTAL PAINTER.
Ta rrentrcd to do ad pn-Je of paint in;:
NvSHfir. April yj.'lsfg. n H
DR. S. G. STAFFORD.
,lfl,WiilVian 'and SarRfon,'
KKML.5U JtTt 0 SU RliOt5 D 1X6 .COP? TKV
II rlifi aricrial attinUB to ditiof Ui
. ... . .1 . .tl.!..,! til.
Vvs -?S v-- f.- Tripp, Lawrence
tf4&-rrj&f- C.'.NOrocrrr.
'I,iLt:-. y uoc .-vj ire,
V .M:V,V lYinrheiter,
irr
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Vol, t.
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FIRST NATIONAL BANK
J !
or winch r.sri;ii, ind..
THE FIRST
National Bank
or r.viov city, Indiana,
No.(i roliinidi'a Strrrt,
(Jo! I anl SilTeri De'- H (jot f m rnenl
hon'ls, r.iy- Int r t ftr l poit i !;y nrr
tnct't. Dirintif s Note? aril uttctid r 0 rn 1 1 y
t ) ('Ilfttion- . ...
Ilaiikin? Iloiirt A. M. to r. Af.
K. ST ATI TICK. IVe.idrnf.
R. S. FlSilKK. C.irLicr J2
CITIZENS' BANK,
UMÖX CITVlXD.f
hi the Old I. O. Ilnntn, Uranliain
Hotioe It ti 1 1 d i i
LOAXS JIONIY,
SELLS EXCHANGE
ON NEv YORK, POSTON Af;0 PHILADELPHIA, j
DISCOrN.TS . XOTKS, :
nrrnvrc wnvrv nv nr n t
m aki:ä phoSipt cof motions,
And Duel
A. General Banking Busiaess.
(iU VV CUDWALLADI'.lt,
v4-Il rr'irift4ir.
T. M.. BKOWNE,
.tTTOll.VISV -IT I',
ViHCHESTER. IND.
OfHce in National IhinL haildiii.
MiVm;i?r.C." ' " T.-I5 W
! k .
ViVl. D. FRA2EE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
J I
wixcnKr. iNi) 1 i
1
(Surrpsor ta Jü'l : Hrown.
Will attr-id to
nil
buincs iniriijitril to (
lo earn. i
OTrTCl'. -At thc f Trier oiZcc of .l;i!cc !
IIr.:i. " 1 j
1. Mii.Liit.
I . J. M1K
REAL ESTATE AGENCY,
MILLER & MONKS,
A T T O R N E Y SAT L A W,
Wi:tc jpstcr Indiana.
Will attrnl Itvr.?:, S'.Ü-tijr T.rinc
1 Lim! nf Pet l'fit..nn t!:( mn.t furnr. !
Ik.
... -" '
il.!
'flirt wit! !s! nlti-nd ihr
ti-.ra-
CoiUotinjr an
rrur'nir nf Kinds, of 1
Claim. ' Office tair in Jail r.uildinff
W. A. BONHAoh
.is'roij.vii'
limitary Clain; f-riif ,
IIAliTFOKP CITY.
41) lll.ickford Cor.titr. Indiana.
JOHN J.CrirNKT.l ItMOSI. WiT'ON.
nr.AL i :st .vtT: a r. N c y .
ATTORXEVS AT LAW.
WINCHESTER, IND
Are af-u prcp.irf d (. prcftre
I'eil.tion. iJonvlltS 1l Arrears j Pl'lf.
V p'n tli r most favorihle terms. Strict
Mitiini tri ? t. collootion and pecurit;
Clji:". Ofl' ce in Jail W'liMit:.
3T. B. MILLER,
ATTilKXEY. AT LAW,
WINCHESTER, IND,
Prompt AtiMition Ci'vcn to t!ic Col-
lrrtion of Claim. '
I .ira an anthor.r.Kl Ciovcrunrnt Claim j
! Agent, und will i-iv pirticular aiuutioti to ,
Il'tJClirill T,- .... .. 1
FR A N K LT N H QU SK .
SouthMt Cirr of TuU'.ic Sarc .
WINCIIHSTITi, 1ND. .
Pirrr.lt nCIMIF.I3Ii:R, Propr irtor.
,
Tbi TI ree itrv Krick Ilu'iUitic lu Win
1 . . '... - ' :.
tu ni-ise it a f.rst-ci.is iioici. ' -
t'ic pitronn'.T' of all.
4v3Ll
T.KNKFHKnOItFIMt c WKSP,
,T A N I K A CTU U K H S or rrr.NlTt'KK
IV I a;vl Cair?. of tho latrt ard bf?t
atjii Ut of Tulilic Snj.irc, Yiucle.K-r
Deilcr in
STOVES AND TIN WARE,
Sitor Vt SiJe of Tukhc S.vr'.
Winchester, - -. . Indlaniu
SHERMAN. HOUSE,
1 ' cVr"rr r -ii irr"T,
: IXT)IAXA1)LTS INDIANA.
.v,rt.,.a.t coer ;;,unfiton a,. e- rgements Had i t m contemplation to hl 4,,r,,;irtl rvcry n,r.v entri... ' TIlO Phi lalC pllia Compact
r.rnrxv. -Mr. Jo.,,iHn, :nl li jn.fiim-I the; fiu TVt. , rcMin- ruo.t of hi I irOkCn,
u- - r T'.,0m WARI):.rrift- ;--rv!-l 'f a Ji.tinFui,)e.! literary n-1 tilm, near srartinbur-, Iivl., crcati.i
U -"LrrK.l-,2l - ' -ItlcaraWif this eil U fnnn,h them ! somx,iU mcnt in our villas or: ! TIlC CoiüiIrT TTÜI not Trust the
1W. f7ot,ft -r.il.!ic. nnd will m,W ' A. J. 4 fl u ill spMk .It this place on WMt(N (Tq ,c Jol;nsoll )omo.
0,1't r.nsnn.r,' P.y Aceonntj.with ai.iavit next cdnesday, OctoU r :J, at 1 , f ? T,( s h
thrvl.fnrnf.ootene.hJbr. , - ; o'clock V. M. " (Vflle MltrtTN' Imdy, , T . lt'n .
rv.i: 1 T.ii Hull. Iii- j tin I nr.. Ji . m . oil iifin inn 111; m jiuii.hih .iu- m
UiUCe 1U Jlll lull Hull, if, Up !k.'i nm li-nr f wliv tfitvii fMlliinr TTiiioii 1 .
JAMES BURGEE,
y Ti. OHR,
Trorriftor.
Clerk.'
WFh'AT
Ji -;VU- Ui!
1 i
WIM'IIESTJTCK,
fKn?m ihe tL.!!h2j.oJi Jourr!.j
?ejfctrd Addrct.
jl.uii uiui mc .niimiicc oi .r
iwith:; pn.per numUr of appropriate
i'i5cs, in iiic rate ol it Uollar per. hncf
It I- il follow
' : in:ci:fn;ro!xoi)i:.
-Vo.'f'f;,
S'-ptvmbcr 10, lS'I'I.
0 wi-ly-.Kiii-: Mor J.ibinrtn, we'ro mifhty RU l
u o tuur. . -
toiMTtM-vh ioroU.'n.liKivo inS Leer.
o;j.T!;-.n-I an
Ir t!fnl "luni.
Y.,t4ik..j0n,aSi,j)ffMjui,i,,i.ui ow with
II J oil Jjo,
Fiir Ii. 1 11 . T r-
. ; . 1 " trr",JOUn LCfrw-
Johi (';. cr-oon my Joa Jolin, it wn n ifrent I.lcc
For Jim and Hilly .vt-HOrd 1 ri-t tili litllo
Vour pot n tilt!,, rnlxod, wc cmiM't make
. il'o, ..... , . .
ltr W yoa, e.pUi.br,: J.M, Cri,r niy
V...w itt r.uinat ...V!i:j.l,isi(nii't ayni'i at rw
(ri'-uif,
Hilt t!u iiifrrn-i' KbdirnN. tl."y never Ii-l tnow
I'IMP,
Tlicy o.ir i ci l- til K-tievc, lu j.ilc of us
. 'fl kfli.W,
j "1 hat lililJüc T-fal iiicn wn$ wr'oo, JoLn d'cr-
' a -in riy Jod! ' .
( Tl:it r. '! !i have mi r:rM t aliare In Fredm.a
i'Mvi-i and l"nii'.
In....... ...
161 r-.K tiny hae a jut to cU-fn tlio
AU tUn- nrri .'. '.itinn Ii -s, Tom Ilon lricW
All.
,J:,t ,!,r' ,,lUv l hi muff' und s.ouiii-y.,
J"l"i,',,!a" Jw!
i:-.;t j..'.r m.-jj.ti,- tranii-ini; round hn-t fixed that
ti: 11 at li4t,
Ymr Cl.-velnml Kjfr.li v bul ly , John , w c'
c-'t tiif varnciila fat.
And it ynu-n mnUe i...Hkt
ur Ii , l..f. ire 11 a
joti
(Weil di1; Cl!l on CiOfiioti !iT. J.ilm f.t,r,.r
' , 4 ,
I0U mv Joe '. ,
.Vcre doii p;.;i tt Cin to Lrcj tljo j.ojil.' all
from tliii.kin
V'r j oin to jo .rtivuni So, John, to nisl m jo
to drin!. in";
Th cui :h ' C'or'jrrss Letter tl:rii, nnd thafa
tli-- v r. . joa know.
Tog-t o'ir r.' -tl trc.h.ea in, Jo'.ia Co;ipf r !n
'
... ... . . 1
" L" ' r 50 ''" rd, t.m, l.e's Just our
ort of in!.
1 Ilislu-iid ii s.juaro and lewl on our ri-i-untruc- '
,:o" ; I
IT..MI t . oi. .. .. .. . .-
ii- ii uu in hu im- ncaTy cnu
;iu L now,
v. o kci p the ( ni.'.itution in
! C :n:.;.l G.ai.t-nJ Farrr.
Coait.' m it!i yo'i ,
We'll ijaitii fjri;ivn 'cm t!:at t?liy vcr or the
I'l'.loll Id 11 (,
And ' lii;MHl our VrijUd alliraj John, 'twas
ia:j;!ily iiioan und l iw, -
Aal noi d .'hihto rjo-nt i.eo, Jnlm t'ojj.or-sn
j my Joe!
I And lit'y, li to'j Dare Ooodlip, jour lottle
li.ddcr Mrin,
V.'h.Mi In (tom to KancocX county he inakci tlia
unlivca i-julrm ;
I Iii ''foot i on V. native l ent!,," Iiell do for
low ii, j mi k now ,
; Ti our liü rivt-liiii; c;rcn troupe, Jcdin C ujr'Cr-
cn troupe, Jolir) Cujr'fr-
j aonnijj'Hii j
; s rr ifi'itio-wi-u-oiiu v-n-anl ail, tö tu our !
lion. 1 r i iiuii
WU-II drii k oonfuMon tf the Kndi Infernal än
n.I.t.v.ii w- v..ry c-urtlv r,jt-,-U,l.!t,K. s;lI,,-Uu,. IVttr .m 11h- Vh-z of! Unln F:Xliy- M-ult , .V. . , V, I ,i r-J ,. u'"l:c Huullarn i.j.K- .vin!
. . ' ... 1 Kr -1. 11 lI1I iamu. aiic eoun .4 othinir has colitnhutcd mc-ro. i :md man whom von si n.l Lirvovmi n1 . . -
-. I,, t t . on, ,. !,,, arc W er T!,r. T,( Hhc, an-i -m Tri- J .),,, ,Kiml alknaü,, ,.,,,lar fa-1 f our McunW,ir. i " ''-;..''t . U-r arc
)ivKH i.f Dirham Lull mul tnniR.c- ,;IV c.vcuii.u- l,e ro.Ie to llio Ir.im-i'f ' v.,rl,.i ,,i.i.rt from ihr in-tnt.,1 Iii.' t .... I iM '" i:,t'""" -'l-c I'Ut a rov, bii.I I
foot W,Uky. U.a.. of ,K.try. .,r lh,,v M kW, al.1,,.,1 l,is j,,,,,!,-, OraVÄ t i ' T I"' .'"'', "' '",Wl'v,r-fr'"" - ill 1 it. IU,W.J
appropriah-aiLlbvautiful. i production. '.,.1 ,n.,..(-i l,lal..... ;;.l r.ul...o-..,. ' '. r ...... , ..' ".' awNo.l .T lnli crmic l.y one-I.i-h a,,. Com-To-. u. forced uiH)n us bv
r..ri.or..'u.i.ue mtdi re Mertoe. tilf 1, ltl(. ! n'liM-naciv aim on ioot joining in ii ; tHi the Government throm-hout the .1 n -i , n f. . . , I w.v. iv ..1
Or.jl.acV,,,, ' - freely. It luV twtv 1., tell you why. II.
v. v ,ur i.,. u, ce.,, him out, John c i - j , ;v,,rMU.;lt , ' U l,t! l descended to the Illness of making j flirm,,i an alliance will, inen w liom h
' r .. . , 'und inade L Uiu.CXZ I l' r J i thought to con, pi, In order that he
v ..... . -. I. ..- 1 ........ 1 ... & .a . . . . . ' I uui u n ii'ii"iinu-, nil r u u. nil I nv v,,n iii- 1 . liAn.,1
Jh,. f..-,....n.-,.,y' Jo, j:,f wo w0rr propc itv and deliver il n to im le-al ' " T- T r V r m 1CU ,U MaS ,lot IUkHt,l,,', 10 o:are . mh?lt aain he put in onice. This act
v n,tc(i,la!,, i ' . 1 1 I,-lV',,;;t,,,bthVU'f,nt fU Pl,il,,t ,,,'- troasonahlc, disunion tric.l vcarsarol,vTvkrthutit was
.ouflörir.no,lt,w,uu,,,;.ui ;TJ;.rowan(nmmIsh0(11JwstMl(,V0- Inotthenncarcnminalnsitisatthi-
'I t r t& ?!" I"'"1 m"
JTtf! "; ni.,i,r,,adi,raiU;,.c
liVfL. --SWoe t- .
Thai luiii yoij chif f aTl t!.'o labd, Jolm Cop
p.'r-sin in t Joe'
1 - 1
CCRKESPONDI-TCB.
. . . , 1
; LYNN.
1 nif!sl f'i.rrp.riftif eT.efii tn Km n.lnlnh Jrtiifiial.
... r
1
speeches may ho exiKetcd on that oc
casion. WOllK ON Tim TTAU.nOAP NEARLY
stsitnii:t.
In vnr-.lneiK-o of hceontihiHsl wei
weather lhe trk of irradinu on the
r:i"hXid in nearly suspended. -The
iv.iwnd i- full of water, and contrar-tor?
it niViculL ti work mow; than t wo
I .1.. ....... 1 . .... r-A in. ..till i.i ' m
ini? -raiuvi n-..- -i' wi
fair. Gnibbtajr and clearing the trncK
of timber nnd trotting ready for trrtul-
ing still goes' "on wheji the rain iVn'oi
1M)LU.U)IM DnciIlNd.
llooi-iolcs no longer pav tins v.ay
as they did iu former times, and the
Jav county tratlic has been thrown in
the shade by the establishment of a
tile nianufactury at. Winchester.
Wagon loads of tile pas berej
frtMpiently. The low lands . und
swampy places in tmsseciioiv
: l. - . - . i
raiMdly drained.; The- pcrpcttul .
pond. th:it ' eo voted portions
cultivated lands in thi town
gp having .l.tl-Älried with tile;
farmers inform n? arc now
'andmost fertile portions of their farm..j
, . SlPTCHBER 2.,l vt. I ' '
PITIT.IC felTIAKIN'I. , .. , T 7. .
tMcrai 1. jroricaiiu luiuuii 1 . . .....
ID) TO
iL II J
IIVMAXl, THURSDAY,
; Our people iirc.iiot behind the most!
! wealthy portions of tho county in !
; ..,! ;,,,.
iw fid
rrjjiiv CVeniuir laL hv kidnappinK
I iU,,j attrmptini; t carry o IT :; .-mall
. the S o.T it i n "bur road.
! Mr?. l !crs ran out and iravo
i alarm. Tho hare mention f thctut
f ra0ouj t h. fl fai-cd an excitement, and
' t ... '
1 . ,
21 munter oi iktsii s r: n m u ri;fi'i
1 in.- i.u-i' j n 1 1 1- sjunii'ii men on
I tho placo immediately, and not Ik-
caught heiu on n similar inission,
uuilvr no Irs pelialtv tliair a irood
thrashin
l'he orders were nromntlv
oVycd, and he has not heen seen in
our City Mitte.
iJefiiall'Is oil the rnilrond Utirn r.iln
. ,.(,(1!. the work. He looks
rather fechle hince his ilhu
hut is
Kaininp: atrenpth daily.
Powell fc. Ilindshaw have done a
pjod joh of tfravelintr thc side-walk in
front of their dry broods storo.
Mrs. Monteith's property was old
... i. .A 1 ... f ." 1 .M-W. ft I
iu oamiu.i xor .?i,-Wf iiau jnno-, j
oi j.icnmono, ocimr mo. purcnaser. A
handfome residence fold el.cap.
A very sinirular ciicuntstance hap-!
. ..i.i.:..... AT...,.r.?i i,..
pCIICU Mil A CCK.
k. Mark failed tohring
W mcliester on Tuesday.
the mail from
t . - - - --v - -. i i ifi i i i iii i i i roMii ij i ii TTiihi ri il. t r
It has not happened l.K-.rc in many:i platform, and to use. the patronage
years. Incessant rains and Itig, Watcr ; ftt ids disi.s:il to nationalize and
Was tho cause '
l'rcparat ions for rrcctinp ti steam
saw-mill nir town are going on '
r-.iillh i
,
.... ... ...... .v.. .... ... ' "
hird-M- Tr..i;.,,. ..v.r..,!
i.iuiMx . ..in lining ii jiiMi i
buincs-', rcryini? a ?ale.) Mitch
right for Julian.
Dr. A. Hamilton, jr., left tor
Monday cn route for Ann Arl
Michigan, where he stop over winter j
to attend medical lecture".
For t'.ie Journal.
Tnriti: is a .oi.
1 a special dispatch to the filieill
nati (?azctto, from Chicago, dated fiv
' f r t
of Liibcnheimcr, residind r the Nort
"HU i
idc, was accxtl of JiMhig stole
len 1
some money,
which he denied, audi
:
called upon dotl to strike I nn dead if '
I... . .Ii., n.r. irnlli ll l.ti.li
i II" IV .1 H ' i I 1 'V l I I I I 1 I V. I I II I I I , II 1 i !. J l
1 '
r r , 1 1 I . ,...41 I .
i fearful pmver he had scarcely uttered
I.- I
I 1 v.... 1..-. I"..1t .i mon
! in i'mv nv i-ii . in .ri in.iii.
-I I
rr, . . .i ; , i
Uns is the second instance wo have
chronicled in thc last two months of
I these fearful visitations bv Providence, t
I 1 no oiner instance was a oov wno una
1
r... ...... . . .
: ia,,i '" viiiiv-ii uMii viom, 11 in nan
.,.i aII.,,1 .... . . . 1 1 . 1
not told the truth, to strike him blind,
wldcli wa done instantlv. Infidels
and .criminals can not, dare not risk!
I G-V S,r M ,h(m frm
ori ,no"" .A ., , " M!:iki
stan.ee,, with the IhWe warnui ,n the
of Annanias
Sophira, be
allowance.
favor of Congress and opposed to
the President. If I understand my
self that is mv case exactlv.
'--. " a. r
j Laughter and cheers. Iain most
emp!i:tically and unequivocally in
favor of ContrrCsS. and th laws of
j Congress, opposed to Andrew
:Jo!irison. I happen to know that
j the Con-To-- f the United States is
. . i . i .i ii . . ... . i. .
""-miioh, aim tiiar iiic v ongrcss peai
j f(jr m, ixm for you. i ais0 hap
pen to know that Andrew Johnson,
ndr .iny other Pre-idei.t, is the voice
of the people, that he cannot ptak
for the American people, lhu ynu
0ver hear of dngress having a poll-
(.v? voU overhear of tho Su -
pYeme Court of the United Htates
h:tyu U ")wy. Aty tlrfy not two
"j
nv charj,(. of omi controllilig it?
jf this H so,' plea-n tell me where,
jQ, (he Constitution, tho President
. - . a . v ii.it. aB.. I
. i.rjwr umm, i . i 1r ui.l.nvi.iiw.hr.u-jnf.t ,if.H 1 ' j Hie iciiioeiauc jany as an organir.a- si(icrarj:e Hiigui 10 review tne course
j Uinntr l.f t Iiau til neu. ot.i tut- Pr1-illont Jol,n,on. tif j Jo t m o that vcrvof Mr. Johnson for the pat .evcn.1
. Job ccpt cr-non ; .i"" "" " t ... , 1 . t .1... ' vcars, ano. tne wiiomcss or lilO IICllUH
;biue in that oil v. . . , . . i mc loruier iuciiiicrs press towarti him during tho
! s r ti,- tue. i -darally enough, under the .-iroum- ,,:irt v not al the war. The virtue xvar. . (1 showed that as soon an Mr.
1 ii iiiiivi: iioiii vni iiiiiin . i'i uir iiiiiiii . ., , , . .1 ... . ' . -
rv.t, siac thi?i nave . i stmif ca. tlio lc-wlers of the Democratic ..r iimi irit- .irv ol In nod T.l.icrin i.nf r.t-T- tin. tm tiim tl...
I 11 Jill -V ill villi VI, ll.illlll V' .1 J 1 1 .'VI III 1
- j v .ii-
sufiicicnt to impress upon the minds , V -n r., nv , , J.i marked thc preceding administration IlutW nub, I did not rerer to our
! ,., ,n .. if, J, u w,,,, r ! i m vxi"t Lrr .rfc. ; x. -ST ibÄ
j reigns, who is oiniiipresf nt and who, , . . t - . t j Congress. And I assert that whereof , tnth lf.f.olv', mo vouM pvrrha-
he ars :dl tiling, and further, that thc I a.l,ft . 0 1,10 1 ,K C?V. ,0 A . . .' I know when I say that the President' ; obtained a confirm! ion by the Cniterl
pravcrs of the wicked U nn nfmiin.v ! s,,f "C1 V;, ' 7 fV quarrel with Cmgres,s was prcmcdita- Shites .Senate. But let them jro; wi
, . "? ... ..... , ! vote. In all the States where Cover- , ,.s . .... u wui.M have cnougl of men, nnd Union ones
look upon sin with the lca-t degree of , . . T ;,...... i and earnest sheitation-o1 inemiXTfcM ! Tho snrikcr. aHer alluding (o rsegrc
11re.w1u5.r1Mu - . i' 'e 1 tUnk in thn Vorth whoUvav to vindicate tho law? it mc; allow hingen to jtivo mem ui
1 'L CS nt "V r ;i mtrht not to be President had taken my advice, he t benefit of his absence from the polls.
:,tnc!i.ViLirv .Wech, and declares he LHI rrr President Johnson's ! would have taken seven or eight of the Me"
hrp 3ears i o'oiiv-' to enforce it.crrv it out. ! . . , . j"iv si;'uA!rft nr.H would have strum? them 5 K.. .mn m.
.thejvvheridluhogethi-iritrhtto haxoa . .. atti-iuD. as waning in aU future tim. ' loots or forsrets hi? duty i-n election
the richest policy or to carry one it outv-LW. i - ;r - t, - f y..,,.
("leshr at intuanapon. i vzfz ex nisi-anj - -- l -
JOTFJUNAIL
OCTOR2 - :R 1? ISGG.
rn tt tji
BREAKUP!
Ucmocralic P;ii 1y.
ji hasprtnedindocM,a.(,enem
-.''- .-
dent, and wemaynddf.r thc couti -
rv
also In IVnnIvjmla the Ad -
i . .. if 1 . ... .... .
ihuhmi-uhhi canoj.i.ue i..r governor is
, j;,,,,, is 1(t.!(i ntin! t the vindication 1
,.r iiw. i... , ...1:.... 'im... ........
. 1 . .
inmir is true, nernaiis in a lesr. oonspio-
! uriti j ilwrrut !n riktiiiitiit ti.Viff
i ,KTS of r,nvss nil(l for state ohVors
IVU7 l.av III 4IWIIIIII4UI1' U-3 IV fl 1 H Iii-
...... . ... ..: - .. . . a
nii: mi. 111 111 ih 1111 irai ici iin. ri'vivr. i,, : i . r .. i . . , . . .... . ... . .
. Iii-Ii .-ii . . 1 .
of vanous grade Ihr..:. .1,- UZ r ; but M.ll, a l, Is ü,c 1W
'-'""O-- I '''". ' ' 1-totally ,gnor -
The rca-on of It is idenr Tt , Jle lias mad and repeated char-
mi na.on rn n i u nr. ii na , i
heen done hecause tholeniocrat nartv ! rs Kamst tonrevs, which, if one -
IM uuin im.iu t mil j 'i im. rat pan r . r-
has pushed itself into the foreground t-n h of them were rue, that lIy
oftliolidcnfs.upportrrand Uad to luve hu d,sp.,rI hy the
seize! the occasion to reconstruct and ; I'"I'
sircninen us own organization, ratn
. .i ... . .
er than sustain the President upon the j
principles which he averts, and in the;
,m(le wliit-li ho himself tainted out.
President Johnson never hesitated to
tArv his j.unc to Hand upon tho
,rinci,)Ie of the Union partv. to act
uithhl its Uncs t() co.o)0mt0 with
tIloto of its, memhers who adhered to
stri'ii'dlwn itnr.'iiiintWiii 1 fr iif.vcr i
concealed his conviction that the
Democratic HCl t V. as an onrauizatioii. i
. i ... . ....
! " ":" " ? i V": 'r, ."V'"; "'iv,l rcl,.l thai .1 in aM
(lllltllg 111' ili, MUll 11 IKMl list I V JOl-
iL., ... ... ... . ,
securing tho blessings of pcaer
i
great body of the Democratic party
sccmi'd conscious that it had been be-
Itraved by itsrelers into a false posi-j
, , .. . .
tion, and th-y wefe quite r-idy to ar
!i-pt,.. ro,ult, r.n.l act in p.l faitl.
i . .i 4
j with the l.nion party in the n - tora -
i i . 1 . : a f 0 !. ..... .i!
party iook auvaniage oi im state oi
ll.iiwl aiii.l r .1 Iw.Iil l.llt-ll fii t'r'rnirt
-ci ,
f u ir i;-iv-n.- Sli:tiriii t u-linr' Vfs
,. . , , . 4,
liwiii in. '..! i..v...v. ...v
, ., .. . 1".. . f
U-'ir llllllor tllf I'li'Sllllillt S Kl CV Ol
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. .. .. . ,.,:
restoration, thev tmt their own men
in noininauoii nn-ona-c, set Iii uioMoii
L. . , ... i i .1
I. .. a i". ...i!...
j Mieir fun inaciiiiiei v , an-i umii.iihivh
I tho support of Conservative Cnion
I liirn lur
th reinstatement of
the!.
i
' 1 Viiinorntw
1 ..... -
party In power. And
when Union men, who never voted a
f .w.fi irt iii.l..i tri fl..tt 1 il'iu It'lii. !
jn llim i.iui iivhi i in iiivi. .i... ii"
always held and advocated the prin
f ' , . ,.,nri nnrtv .
i o resltcd with all their1 micht the
attempt, of the Democrats p.mty to
. iJt Ufi povornment in itM t,rort, to
promineni icmocrauc poiiuciar,
.. . t- . i : i ,.
jmcn identjfied thoroughly with the!
partv organisation throutrhout the;
war In nomination candidates; and
in nearly all thc congressional distri'-'is,
instead f accepting Conservative
Union men, they have nominated can -
didates of their own-often from thc
... . . . .ii
Copperhead wing oi. tho party, and ,
hi ways frcjm men identified with it
action in the public mind.
-r,. , ... . . . ... .t...Ä..-;
"o-o icHcii me coniuieuce 01 tue i cc;):c,ar.(j j - - .
. nil ' (hat thc partv whN-h . .urried the nation trial had the lirm, tmwave.ing support J -
Ithn u-h he'w-.r wis tho i.art v im,.n (,f 1,10 Congress. He never a.ked for f,,(J1' nn'1 st 11 ho CMHH I,fforc
tlin U;MI UK .ir VaS ll.O pnilj lipo!!, ..... .. . nn- nml nd-i fr vnnrwiflVi. Will
n. -v.,i.,l. l,cr,lio,l f.,r .-o-oral,.,. . i T ' "Pres, o... "
.our ,; Mipi.ort in r,-(orin- fho fni..n niol ; '" i.ovo,-' nut I not i,r. i.kr.i
i inii i iity-k m.n iirrifii i in riiiiiiim m ii .. w . w A . - .i i l i j i
v . i n n vc nil i ii" i i.i .lim Miiiiitui in in ii.ui) "i ." . . ,
saving that tili ,xdiey is fatal to the ' of tl,- L, b i of the rcWIIon. Checi,. Ir nn
cause it professes to serve, and will end ; If the opposite policy I, flo why ; f.ij frrjm fln rIabor.
in its own defeat. Thc people r.f the. may we jM as well open air our pom- atf article in the Herald this mor
Northcrn States willnot hand over the i tentafir.? D you see-k f newish rp'nrnpr, vor the i2nature of ViU
covernment to the control -of t.hejwitli muMcixrs? Our iXmrut.c ;Il(m Henry Mornn. Aejiad in
urn i fr.,ml. .... th(.v nH-d not have type tl' artiele on the responsihili
Dcmocn.tie party, under its 7 1 fncvK lf V, 5 J:,tot CTntifUnl-i ti ntl iutert-t. of electors beforo
tranization, and it old leaders. lth travel r. this article, and In ad
rcndercl themselves thoroughly and the penltentanes would have inrDishetl to tr,0 SonUmeuts expnwd
justlv obnoxious p tho loyal pitriotic llrtter men. CheTs. therein will add, a- n cnmntentary
. .,...,. l.v tl-iri Ti,iii,t;nnt!f,n nf riHil ml -trrnfi!? 'ti th ah vo. that r' man c:n Ikmi-
St It I Hl I
hostility to the .policy of the g-
m0nt during the war. I he people wjil
1 Ilot how tliat the -war is over, conCdc
; "t.fjntrol of yuc tUlairs to thtlr
I . , j CTrrv effort thev make to
sC(rc Ibis rcstdt will end in deiv.it,
and postpone the very object they tuck
(r),accomplhh. ;
j nt ,rn, Wect lvri-ht in
a ti-i w. i 11 v j
' 19 U' J
T 1,4.11.. v . . . i
. r., v ukc i oi:-nr to sak nt ; N,in v,jU thw. lit.st mor:.il;. invIte ,
.... aucr u.is m..!e than r.attcr.n- n-. t , j CotIiL. y,.nr ! arti.cr, an.l ddiv.
rat,n. lc,um to hen mode: man, ! oVt r to ,iIlu (ht kf Vof v,,ur ? No
and would far rather he provoked into ; Tho rcl cl, .IjVl.(i lhi. Vsrt (jf tllc U:r
-4,u ,j enonu ii;an lutrcrwl , .ir an,i u,.,.an ri.jf,and will not.no
into ,.ne by my fru nd,. Put I j.ur-' r.x.( ivc thc,u hlUt lül! ttllJ t , fr.
po.,d huve.poKcn toyouK.wh:,t1j((W.h Tn,lt. pn.po.itioll Is Jut
in indication oi Collen , U mv njT. , , ,, i lt ,L. , , "
. .. 1 . , , ,IW rc:ottaVlcathoothrr. I talk wry
liiuiu ii.ni iuu uiic liiai so noiiiy u- ii
; in authority In the (Jovernment : to !
with (h(, hlghct of crimes
treason to ino iovernmeni.
It Is the
; tr,t time in thw county when one crwif
; ,,raru.h of tho (;Mverninent is ncnind
i,v another Imineh of such n crime
Tin: si in. Mi.t.ini:n.
tt... 11 11 1 a a 1
ii., ....... ..-..i.
.... iiai.-. v 11.41 .'ilt V
IM -.ucu . .nw h- as 10 xenuer me miui:
" -..-- ......... . . v
! sumo other Trennt cheers and
i .
Hi: WILL CAM, TUP. n:i:siln:NT TO
Armr.vr.
If these arc mere slanders, haviny no
foundation in fact, hut uttered foralhhould not lie paid. Mr. Pendleton'
hellish, or, it may Ik-, a woro end, what j (nnd I say it of my own knowledge)
ought to he done with thc President?! novtr voted a man or a dollar for the
lor I U LI you I intend to call him to
an.0.jn( j
! voi, v . .
mt for tiie-e things some day. A
Impeach hiin.
'1 He has im-
j ...;vljlit tl himself. rLaughte
: T " " . '
hter.
The President who preceded John -
son, and whose memory will go down
to be
! to the hltLst rrtnirl ioim as 0110
. - 'J -
fl... foMvvr.nr.nf mirninhif Hi., iw.tlon's
. a ...,, .
j i;ut while Lincoln and the ('ongres
liMrnionious-. there were m ji in
the North wlio coiitinuallv cried out, I
A ii,.., i
"Ymi can t conquer th" suth." "Jhc!
r,l.,iiu ,.t triun,,,!,." Huch W,s ;
. a . m
.the neouragement wc recivd from j
- . . ... . ..
We have them vet, while only thc
. 1 . i,' : ...Til. ..1.1 . . t 4 C . . . .
'"-" 11 ' "
I o,.i itw.t.... .... .,r i H.i. tf ... roinn rout
i , . . , , , . .
;ijii MlorMJ IAO uvlliLlJ iwiilii'. I i J
. . .. . . , ... ,.
1. 1 1., Mw. Cnr.t il Ifiw: llrr..f-
II KI II HOI ' HIV W.I lll'Ull HH-MIUVI-
,s , , , r . .
,.4i fto-Mnst the I fe of a nation founded
I . ..
. - - r v -
, n00 prijicip es, anI in l
. .
favor of the
; (.slalilMlllHIlt Ol nn Ol I gar
oligarchy whose
cx-lc cornerstone should he oppression
and slavery.
I " T,TM,nrvTV!
fiVAnnni
with
coNf;i:rss.
, . .
v.; ..-Wl. I .....l.rw-- ! in niV, .rfo r.f nrm.
f (.llll-l.lli'lill IUI- Vli"l- vi uiin
J ed and unarmed traitors, thc rcl llion
an(l fain tm
to Ie!U-rate npon the grea ,ujtion
of rceonvtnietion. wa, high 1 m;
portant tixat hc same harmony that
.
- ; ,..,.....
l.VWMMl huiamh.
j At tlie beginning of the la-t senior,
j 0r Con-jre-' I had freucnt interviews
wjth the President. lie talked then
: y. tho re-t of ns. I confer I wa not
()riv. f)f (i,oiP who with a mawki-h hu -
.... ,i ii.
ninilin' cried out for jwardon b the
wholesale f r reUIs. I belie wd the
enfetv of tbii nation demanded the.
t r.,.itf -r.r . ntii tohe rxacteilof some
'
n tuteof the wildest anarchy. A nmz
! m.t bo punched, lt tell me who has
! ,w.n puni-ied fr th rebellion? I
j kno.v jt fT. Davis has been imprisoned,
i Mit he has larger liberty than many of
i . Your Amt hmMcticw in Clifton
do not exceed the splondorof the rl.w
' where he roams at large. Is that the
.
I Some f yoTi nre iiKTchant. If
f hnrrlnr hn al;- Into your -tort nnd roh$
jit, !' vi.iu oli'rr hira vr.ur hf-v in tlio
i m.;raiii'i, and a-1: him to lomc your
jparlmr? Yvt this 'N rrecU-ly what
jtJic rutic Nf.ti. n:d Union j-rty
j 1 1 if Xorthcrn r!c to t!o.
! The ! of the SfUtll kav. t:k; n
In, allow tü the rivil.';;? of Niiidinj
nun to O-nxrers tu lidj gov.-rn und
mal;' Kiwi K rtht- pcoj lcof the North.
I'ut ir.n vc do :h!i? If anv of vu
Cat h a Lurglar in your -tor at flight,
lira
, lVl-(1 - 111 Ii
4X 4 V'
,
' rr ?i.iu,
' time he avUXr.C(l thc. duties of the of-
i fns. wliirdi
: to rrn- -iih . (i i;.i ..t
! enact a vindo measure that was i:ot
sonic future time laid out tv him.
time, wiiat tJiaii wc tay or a man
;c!ectcd hy the I'nion partv who cn-
i deavors to form an alliance with inen
who threw cv ry impediment JHsitdc
. . j
! !" "r ;wn 10 ,rv;c V.. ' ,rul 'r
! in me -Teai reneiin)n. iock ui
Viil!an.lia., K-ndU-ton A Co. ThcW
! , . , riflT (o , f)m
. . .. . , . ... .. .
! forcet that when wc were in the inidt
; , t. . . .
, the ino-t riirantic war t ver known
(hc f u. of the A
, (ll,.achcrou, Im n whom , have xnt11.
(tioncd. actin- with delihcration and
,l4.tt.rnihmlioi, . n.fuv.Hl txi vnti n man
'
or a duIlar (o thc of thc Gov.
1 ...-nTurnf Tlmv tl.nt ..nr nrmtr-.
j f-uppre-sion of thc rebellion, and in tho
; halls of Congress spoke against time,
in order that such appropriation LilN
which wire, before the IIou.cc might
j be defeated. He was n liettor, and of
i i . ii. . i . i i
! 11 "loro u c l ine PPW oi me onn
than if he hud been on the other f-ido
! nc hoj.K the ßoldicrj in thla
.li-co ! rcmombcrthis. 11,
l, c1i1!rr- u.lmr,n,!n.,tVw1 rn.Llln
llC, SOldlCT-, W IlO CtldCa OIXhI to restrain
tho nm-tion. for I am not afraid that
, i10 uilI (.vtr gd any votes from that
' . , 1T. . . ,
Mr. Jdinon and Divi.s stand cxnctlv
. . .
Mme. 'f"lm- "f? h for
Johnson, and Johnson for Davis.
yilv piakcr then went on at con-
i ...I...I. I : . . I -1 .1 I. f.
"';' jcihociumc prc-susianici nun.
lllt'lf l" M:l C.-I UJlvJ ilHlll HIV 1.-III.-. Ik
is hod plainlv In-fore you. You arc
either to return tbegotwl, honest Union
men who have done so much for you,
or send in their places men who pro
nounced the war nnd itfl ohject a
gigantic failure. Will you give your
votes to a man who, during the whole
of tiie reunion, was active in raiding
men and money, or will you give
them to a mau m ho never votV-d a man
nor a dollar? .
Tho whole power of thc Kxcoutivo
and the Tiea-ury Department will Io
U?od to defeat 'Mr. Kgglcston. Tin
first duty of the men composing the
IJread and Butter Club was to select
out doubtful district, k that flic power
of thc Ciovernnient niifihtbo u.-H-d in
ther.i. The First District of Ohio wa-
due of those .-.-lcetMl. Whn sr-eftkinir
!flf the men r-snip.-ins: th? ltad andf
; - uwilitv of thc Prc-iclent
in endeavoring to net upon a policy fi. r
; the p-onlr, clnv-d by a grand rxliorto-
. Hon to tne pcop.c 10 si..u-a i.r i
' ".llnlr Wade havinzconcluded, tho
nK.(ting adjourned
T , ,
: .:M: ...
, i Hi' ;t no i jt- iijiw iiiiji- in .it"
. , TllC afihrrnts of thelTesident.
; c ui(i at iCJL x .hhhold their votes
from u Tartv that Ttn ivrtaits it?t
leaders or members to threaten or
..,.1 .,A.1. rnmnn iviccli-.
; h(, irnwniinr- to vote with tho
r0pj,rri,o;,t ndfieratirf? of the Prosi-
dont. it is clearly his duty to voto
! again -t them. Sv.t to vote nt nil
wiJuW l X ive tlitIJl irIr(ct
My sincr.-rlv trat that noKivn
. w10 Jj0(. U(t vNh to as.t the Cofi-
porhead in re-aining rower will
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