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Portsmouth Times (Newspaper) - October 8, 1864, Portsmouth, Ohio PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY j Choose ever that which has the Fe west and those Least 00 A IK OCTOBER T NEWMAN Every Saturday Morning W. 1 J. K. AND OFFICE IN THE OF SECOND J O 33 of every description executed with A invariably in tf Ko subscription discontinued until ar- are Advertisements inserted at the customary rates square lines or 1 each subsequent in- 25 one for months Postmasters and in- will please bear in the LAW OF 1. who do not give exprest notice to the are considered at wishing to continue their 2 If subscribers order the of their the publishers may continue to send them until all arrearages arc 3 JT subscribers refuse or neglect to take their vaper from the to which they arc they arc held responsible until they have settled the and ordered the paper in be 4. If subscribers remove to other places out informing tbe and the paper la sent to the former they ore held re- 'T The Courts have decided that refusing to take a paper from the or and leaving it uncalled is facia evidence of intentional 8. Postmasters are responsible for the tion of a or as long as allow it to be received at after it vs uncalled for or refused by the person to whom it is The General requires that a written note shall be sent to every that his paper or work lies dead in that SOCIETY MASONIC Aurora Lodge No. on the first Monday evening before each full at corner of Third and Washington J. VT. JOHN Mount Vernon Chapter 23, meets on the fust Tuesday of every at Masonic FRANCIS H. JAMES Solomon Council Lodge 5, meets on the ond Tuesday of every at Masonic J. C. f. I. G. 11.; Encampment No. 13, meets on the Thursday of every nt Masonic S. B. E. F. ODD Jos. T. IX D. G. M for District No. 43 Lodge 31, meets every Tuesday evening nt the City Hall Second between Market and R. N. J. M. Angerona No. 12S, meets every Monday evening the City Hall F. W. Hi N. Orient 20, meets on the first mill third Thursday of every nt the City Hall VALENTINE C. JOHN Watern Sun Lodge No. 91, F. A. meets on the Wednesday evening in the week that the moon at the new on Broadway G. W. W. S. N. Lady No. I. 0. O. meets every Saturday at their on Broadway i OWEN N. M. W. BUSINESS EVERY BUSINESS MAN RUM tut WAT or JOB A OR A STORE OR SHOP A BUSINESS CARD OR VISITING BALL BILLS OF LETTER DRAT A. of our friends who may feel disposed to give us their may be assured that no pains shall be on our to serve their interests faithfully and Call at PORTSMOUTH TIMES MASSIE Corner of Market and Second E. H. DEALER IX CLOCKS JEWELRY f repaired on short Jewelry in corner of Second and Market E. Nov. 28, 1863 I ATTORNEYS AT Office in Massie corner of Market and ond 23, 18fit-y. Office on Court west nearly the Pott Feb. 20, 1804-y. JOHN W. in Massie corner of Market and Second Nov. LEETE JAUFS ATTORNEYS AT OFFICE IN Second Nov. 23. MANUFACTURERS' LOUIS I D E R BOOK NEWS 2.12 Walnut 0. Highest Price paid for of the fgj 28 NEWMAN OFFICE MA BLO CORN ER OF MARKET AND SECOND fST Prompt attention paid to claims for Bounty Land and 2.1, F. C. H. L. B K B R S EAST SIDE Of deposits and make collections on Church Alt Flints Dr. Kast side Court between 3d and 4th sta. Services every Sabbath morning at 11 anil in the evening at 7 l Bond and Third sta. Services every i at 11 A. and 3 TV I E. P. JX all Court and Third Ms. Services ot every Sabbath at 11 o'clock A. and 3o'clock, 8. 18f.2-ly. Jos. Y. Seventh between Chillicothe and Gay Services every Sabbath at 11 A. and in the evening at 7 Washington Street M. E. T. H. Washington and 5th Services every Sabbath at 11 clock A. and in the evenine at 7 Remittances made on the day WASHINGTON W. KINNEY Front Opinions of tbe Republican we selected and arranged a series of extracts pertinent to topics that BOW engross the thoughts of every reflecting They are so in and of that any comments of ours would be Of the men of late son and Douglas are tbe names we have seen proper to From tbe first of tbe statesmen of the lic we have quoted Patrick Hamilton and Each text is fairly Read and Mari- etta I DON'T understand how a man can claim to be a friend of the and yet be in favor of war upon ten millions of the people in the You can not cover it up much longer under the pretext of love for the War is and Peace is the only policy that can save the country A. speech in U. S. FREE SPEECH is a a fireside It has ever been en- joyed in every cottage and cabin in the It is not to be drawn into It is as undoubted as tbe right of breathing the air and ing on It is a right to bo in peace and in It is a right which cannot be invaded without constitutional this right should be guarded and by the freemen of this country with a jealous unless they are pre- pared for chains and 1824. With abolitionism tbe rights of property are nothing the deficiency of the powers of the General Government is the edged and powers of tbe States are the dissolution of the Union and the overthrow of a in which are concentrated the hopes of the civilised world are nothing tingle idea has taken possession of their and onward they overlooking all and re of all Speech in tlic U. S. 1830. IT is to the last degree vicious and in- famous to attempt to support a ment which manifestly tends to render the persons and property of governed Some boast of being friends to I a friend to to a Government founded upon the principles of reason and tice but I glory in publicly avowing my eternal enmity to in 1774, on of the 1770. Is the of the trial by jury and the liberty of the press sary for your Will the of the most sacred rights tend to the security of your tbe greatest of all earthly blessings give us that precious and you may take everything The thing I have at heart is liberty the second thing is American rick in the Virginia 1788. I LOVE the and I love it because I consider it as tbe bond of our I warn you against pushing ent on of the State Governments the experiment too Some people for its chief magistrate and for its will support a rigorous government Tbe blow aimed at members must at every of more give a fatal wound to tbe bead and tbe cratic will oppose it with equal de- destruction of tbe States must be at once and a civil war may be a political The State by tbe ments of civil and military officers of 1402-8. infinitely surpassing in Bur the cannot be numbers auy possible correspondent nor the Union preserved in in tbe sition to the public by the mere will create such an extent and exertion of the coercive powers confided tion of attachments as will ever secure to the General the the predilection and support of the ations must be laid in the affections of any tbe in tbe security it gives to ments of the State Constitutions is and property in the great body of the people every quarter in the and in the take part with their domestic fraternal attachment which the citizens Can the General of the several States bear to one ment withstand such a united aa members of one political family Will tbe people suffer themselves to be tually contributing to promote tho stripped of their privileges Will they each of suffer their legislature to be reduced to The legitimate authority of the a shadow and a name? tbe idea ment is abundantly sufficient for all the ing to common sense purposes for which it was created and Speech on the Federal 1783. its powers being expressly there can be no justification for Tnm Sept. ing anything beyond Every at- Ratification tempt to power beyond these OUt Of r limits should be promptly and firmly opposed for one evil example will lead W. A. Hutch to other measures etill more mischievous accordance with a call issued by the and if the principle of Democratic Central Committee of Gallia or supposed or the Democracy of old Gallia ry shall ever be permitted on Saturday in to justify the assumption of a power not to ratify the nomination of Georgo B. by the tbe General McClellan and Georga Government will before absorb all The day commenced with and the powers of and you will it was feared by many that our friends have in effect but one consolidated from distant townships would be unable From the extent of our to But the just and glorious its diversified different cause proved more potent than the it is too obvious for argument that a and the not being fair single consolidated Government be weather kept crowding into wholly inadequate to watch over and town in unexpected The tect its interests and every friend of our from Adison formed a long free institutions should always prepare to and came into town with colors maintain and in full flying and drums strongly the rights and sovereignty of the of good old times Each State has the un- a return thereto after the questionable right to regulate its in- j At 1 o'clock P. the vast concourse ternal concerns according to ils at the Court raised the and while it does not interfere with the American flag amid enthusiastic rights of the people of other or nnd organized by appointing Enquire the rights of the every State must Chapman to the and Henry M. be the sole judge of the measures proper to secure the safety of iN citizens and Wells A. was then in- their and all and commenced a masterly sures calculated to disturb thoir rights of argument upon the propositions entering or to put in jeopardy their into tho presidential and al are in di- ed by facts and reel opposition to the spirit in which the that tho policy of Lincoln had Union was nnd must endanger changed from that laid down by him in its Motives of Philanthropy may his inaugural and acted be assigned for their unwarrantable in- iup to At that period and weak men may persuade of his Mr. themselves for a moment that they are to suit the views of tho radical in tho cause of and wing of the Republican he falsi the rights of the human race fied his record and fell into the lap ol but every upon sober will I in so doing he had see nothing but can come from f thrust aside constitutional these improper assaults upon tie feelings i trampling upon the rights of States and rights of that the and under the assumption of a men found busy in the work of discord which had no legitimate are not worthy of and deserve was but un the strongest Ad- our republican form of of President to thr Faille eminent and subverting it to a despotism of the United 1837. Whoever considers the Mr. eloquently and forcibly contrasted this policy with that set forth and of several of these States by General McClellan in his singly at the present and who stood before tho people forward to what they will become even solely and alone upon the basis of the at the distance of half a will at Union and the He asked once dismiss as idle and visionary any his audience to well consider which of scheme which aims at regulating them the two policies they would support by coercing them in their collective their votes in ties by the General A At this point of his speech a drunken soldier came reeling into the room The fay dozen that without we should soon be plunged in all the horrors of to the fabulous three cheers for with the blood of its and brother's hand raised against the bosom of a in the U.S. Jan. 14, 1802. THE more I reflect on the use the more I doubt the the D pood I. to 4th street near the corner of Court Collections made and prompt returns Services every Sabbath at 11 o'clock A. part of tlir nr and in the evening at 7 i Remittances to Europe for any Rev. O. buy and and the efficacy of when l transact all plied to the people collectively and not A union of the States vices every Sabbath at 10 o'clock A. and at 7 o'clock P. M. German E. C. street below ces every Sabbath at 10 o'clock A. and in the evening at 7 of the REV. J. J. above day Services every Sabbath at 10 A. and S P. M. Saint Mary's for any cia between Third nnd Services every Sabbath at 10 A. and 3 P. M. Hebrew I. of Washington and Third Services every Friday at P. and Saturday at 8 A. M. County Judge of tihe Court of Common at Court House L.S. J. L. T. Probate C. at Court and Infirmary and D. D. Facilities for C. R. express leaves every 7-50 A. for Jackson and with the M. Jt C. R. R. for Chillicothe and dation train leaves at 2-45 P. M. for Jackson Office at the Mail Packet with ths mail for Cincinnati and all intermediate ry Wednesday and at U A. M. containing such an ingredient seems provide for its own Government as JACOB DUGAN MADE AND PROMPT RE- f in any part of the United States or use of force against a State would look more like a declaration of war than an infliction of and would probably be considered by party at- tacked as a dissolution of all previous compacts by which it might be in 1787. Even in these which was freely responded have been composed of members another who had smaller than many of our the been a calm listener to the called principle of legislation for sovereign for three cheers for George 15. supported by military which was to with a hearty and has never been It has vociferous in which most of the rarely attempted to be employed soldiers present A rivalry be- the weaker and in most tween the supporters of the two attempts thus to coerce tbe re- dates thus sprang up among the soldiers and disobedient have been the which crested such signals of bloody in which one-half and seemed so likely to lead to serious the confederacy has displayed its banners that Col. the want no such ing was notified of the state of and much to his No. 19, ately presented himself and The States can never lose their powers till the whole people of America are From Tiffin THOSE GOOD The Promises the Lincoln Men way they have Kept WILL THE PEOPLE AGAIN BE Facts for the the Democratic party held con- trol of the Government it managed to preserve the public tranquility by a strict and impartial administration of the according to all sections their equal rights under the Under its wise and liberal policy the Government was and never yet has a Democratic Administration asserted any powr over the except that which is plainly expressed in the and which was coupled with the duty of guarding and protecting the rights and liberties of the Then arbitrary arrests without process or warrant of law without trial and bastiles and the dred other implements and appliances to which strangers to the American Every right which the Constitution confers upon the citizen was cherished and There were no Federal no shoddy no civil throughout the length and breadth of the land the plo were happy and the benign influence and guiding hand of the the little Con- federacy of thirteen bankrupt States grew into a great and powerful the shores of which were lapped by two oceans and the people of which were counted the freest and happiest on the Nowhere in the history of the world is recorded the annals of a nation whose progress was BO sublimely grand and in short a time attained tbe rank and fame that our four years ago enjoyed among the nations of the Its commerce whitened every arid its borne the had to jry part of the known The name American was the shield which on every tho Republics of tho and the archies of the tho Amor lean from At peace with and with an abiding faith in the perpetuity of our free every niau down under his own vine and his own fig and there were none 10 make him But in 18GO, by the vilest tho moat unblushing frauds and most lavish the Democratic was beaten by tho tho foon and was though he had a minority nf the papular nf Who does not recollect the of the orators nt Who does not their for to the for the Let us how well those promises have been Ah who shall tell how many who voted for lands nnd free have been Look at the homes of America Tho wail of death comes from hundreds of thousands of blighted firesides the bones of our noble young men are scattered from the Ohio to Rio Look at this ex- Abolitionism has dune forthe country in four short upon tbe past history of the Democratic party compare Abolition promises with tho benefits you have The benefits realized from tho rule of are to be found in Two aud a half millions of men fiom field of Labor for tbe field of Free to compete with OXK OP and untold Millions ot wealth DST Brown 14c per yd. Bleached OK Canton ISc 00 60a7Ucperjd. Dry 26c. 50 BAW SI no per IK 48c no 20c 00 60c per yd. 50 per yd. Drugs hare increased ill price an 100 Cavendish has risen from 35c to 25 per advanced from to since Hie per of has Block per 25r per The above h a faithful tation of the promised you by tho four years Not one of the pledges they mads you then have been Do yott make the difference between the you always enjoyed while Democratic party was permitted to ad- minister the and the blood and and poverty which Abolitionism has upon if the debt is ever upon your dren It is for you to say whether the present state of things shall be or we shall have a return of the happiness and which the country always enjoi under Democratic Some Reasons Tor Opposing WE lake the extract from salutatory article of W. C. to ihe readers of his the Marietta Tint shall advocate the election of Clellan and to Presidency and Vice Presidency of the I do this for positive which shall appear in the columns of this from time to as occasion as well as the negative reason since I have found little In the administration of President Lincoln to which my judgment can yield I look with upon the of executive er asserted in the Emancipation mation of and 1863. I gee with in the sundry proclamations suspending tho writ of habeas corpus in the States which yet hold to tho Federal Union cf 1777-SO. No pica of or be in defense of a measure so will FO uncalled as I think I can in the executive sanction of sheer military in different not merely for a departure from every precedent heretofore Bet and by freemen for the protection of tho weak as against the but a tendency towards principles of action 000 double that number of Depredation I Taxation and Constitution trampled upon the as it was sneered at And I Remittances made to Europe Interest allowed on special 1861-1 WILLIAM AND IX BOOTS AND SHOES ffl Front At the stand formerly occupied by J. N. Strict attention paid to getting up all of and Custom 5ov. C C. P. Tracy FRONT Above Nov. 23. H. jj IS HATS AND Straw Market Kati Mn Front nnH RoTARY on ail to the best in are prepared to all for CARDS in the best at the nf FOR Nov. 2.1. 11 HK nn and tf nn r. 761. can this force be exerted on the States collectively It is It amounts to a war between the Foreign will not be idle They will interpose the con- fusion will and a dissolution of Union will See 892. THE moat jarring fire and are cot more incompatible than such a strange mixture of civil liberty and military Will the tary march from one State to another for the purpose of coercion If they will not the citizens of invaded States assist one another until they arise as ona and shake off what they will de- as the bated Unson If you subjugate how are you to hold them under a Constitution that is to be imposed to ensure domestic and promote the general George 1188. iton 892. LET at once destroy the State have an executive for or and then there will be some consistency in giving full powers to the General as the States must not be I wonder at the attempts that are made to pive that are inconsistent with Mr. then his t0 and spoke about an hour and a I support each half in forcible and or meet a common The Entirely free from clap the whole country tion is framed upon truly republican facts and j by and it is common sense and The Habeas Civi f F a i j speech wan law and efforts we of which even a Frederic the Great or a Napoleon dared not so distinctly to ting that measures so so and so have ed admit that they forecast tho overthrow of tho admit all that is claimed for the are we to think of the Presidential Does its monstrosity require a mora thorough exposure than it has received from the authoritative protest of Henry Winter Davis and Benjamin F. We need not dwell on the events in and last All honest mm of common intelligence know what those pretended elections were That they were not scouted right from the Penobscot river to only furnishes proof that public morals and public intelligence nut of It may be said that are but I the theory nf government which such are defended by tbe apologists of the administration is even more startling than any acts or measures of which complaint has been It is totally welfare of the utterly repugnant to this to had an admirable effect the the State Governments or oppress the The coercion of States isi and of the Press only exercised thr risk of imprisonment and death subversive of tbe Federal of the Federal of the of the nnd of the liberties of the j It is and At it can only in and at the it j must eventuate in triumph of the rebellion and slavery I could wonder the madness of its did T not apprehend something of ferocity of party and fanatic one of tha maddest projects that was i HE 01 er A failure of compliance WM arrested by order of General of who Tew and for their J 01 wu never This being the can we suppose ise to hazard a civil war nation at war with Can any Land THAT President Lincoln has FOUR THOUSAND which are mortgaged to pty and Tt would be DRAFTS M you have to add to this the debts of ths 7. States in the Ul wna j T I be confined to a single tbe Indiana Co onel who disgraced the can we suppose at He a and Marshals sitting in judgment over the liberties of tbe Ul War WILII T man be well disposed toward a Tbe Je Indiana in Government that makes war and a the only means of supporting The Colonel left out a seized a musket and i Every kind of Government that can exist only by the oui a of a PRESS the another a private cat or or I Ever such war must involv innocent and the This consideration should not be inefficient Hovey no to arrest and to depose peaceable tbe whole thing simply r J r and taxation the most burdensome such a The State governments are absolutely now amounting in round numbers to A DAY AND ROAST One Hundred and Fifty Million Dollars sold in the market taxed he every mouthful youl million dollars to your for Ibe purpose of organizing a regular army in of the Constitution of AND PO HOT tbo OWo L authorized tho Governor to add Mr. Lincoln draws his par in l necessary to the system must form a leading principle in the take perfect Constitution we could 1 j snid per ft insist that it can be the interest or desire of the national legislature to de- stroy the Tt can de- that was ever demanded of Their and leaves all thereat of us toj a comparative tible of as they our in Tt when tbe Democracy ruled the and they are Figures if you douht tbe yon ran get the proof any shop the articles arc that somebody recently objected to this as and told him that while he pocketed hard money for five the mechanic was compelled rive advantage from Mich an to take tho flimsy paper for his day's j 4 S on the would lose ao in- j said his dispensable a necessary Bid in reproach roc on the and the for Chad's which we 81, to we give j of the government to the tn the is just the of the The 1'nion is 1 know the United up I and stock is going going down down down Many are either for Lincoln is reported that the opposition are to buy op the All ind official can will done for the perpetuation of the ito's President but it
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