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   Lafayette Co. Union (Newspaper) - February 5, 1868, Darlington, Wisconsin                               tasf YAPia. r TtmDXttBMV TJY 1 y 1 t IM 4 rtier tt JWM AH ia dm INTJEfeE OF THE PEOPLE. 5.1868. VOL. 4. RTTtw IA Fayelto Co. Dtmorrat and oUvir sheets the to publish statement mi to.the colored tbtt M one was d. died win re one wan killed, BIH] 2O More mnsUrcd out for disa biai% win 10 naa killed in battle. The Flaanelat atnMle-Pftrliw Ht- tlMal Befct IB The Democrats are jfetJing their eyes opeu on tlja Fendleton repudia- tiou scheme, and are tasking shoot to aet from the financial aand barn that threaten to wreck their political craft, and cend tlie   the preju- dices of woikmg men As tin dis- nt (llt lln f VI 11 ill ntn' Mritoiittto enlistment1! duimg ritssiun tj{ (his question aKt jinr, wheri none but wh u-s ncw tlnovvn upon it, ni d the iiilwud, ufjjtie to three. I upuduitors me facing about, and 1 adopting new tactics and JoUn lho The editor of Ihe Democrat, in the 1-ist issue of his papci, sajs "the I'endteloii Fein me does not (-oiitum- Wltll M ben thair are full of creen abarff it tha of Str, orgui, H not know more of Mr. viewi than the Dernoeratt There ia no plainer villainy than that ihown in the ex tract above; DO clearer effort to cheat and wtydte. Pea- dleton ami hia friandi propone to tlie counterfeiters say, worthless stump-tail currency upon the people. Suppose the fl-20 bonds are paid in currency, we would then have, in- cluding those now out, 000 in greenbacks, or more than there is now in currency in the country. When that is ac- complished, x ill the national debt then be dhoharjjed i M -jl i ml wtn k 1') in. I ii.joritv. L IN> Ninouiljii i -an candid.iU IIH lIltllKt Ohio, (t ir i i< i .lined l'i< death o II b'l M .14 lilt ll l] HI Mvlll one th  I.IIIIDI Jtl.jllt i. u [null tli il liy thu i ]K i H W v ti st e.isp; it ir- u :iir t ij thi- I I III 1- 111 I 'I. Jl'll 1 Jllll ii ii in iti i lie l i j; in I lie- lit ul (In C'< i l 'i i I! l iili lean I Si ill I .u M 1 yto; not a dol- lar of it will be paid. What is sig- nified by paying a dollar Does it mean that thu United States will a new issue another greenback foi it The ptoposuion to pny off the bonded debt in has no point nn less it be to leptulinte the grc< nbaoks. Their quantity will be five times greiiter than is necessary to do the business of the country, and they will be correspondingly valueless. "We should have to carry a market-basketful to Ihe store to bung home a thitnbleiul of 'ilown s.miiij the countiy some f I in mteiesl." Now let us sie about this. Mi. lYndlcton in his speech "the euiidition'ol the country could liu.n an .iicrruse in the cm '1 he B M bonds ".lie payable I y the I miiU'i wl loli they weic issued, I .ice oi ill tig to 'lit n f ue, in i cen- Die "lun.its hJiould b- on- I verted inly They vieic inlil (or Ktc'enbaekM, it is fitlnif. lliey 1 he led' i med in the Hinn Th s is the 't iitih tun h  iluls M I'l C .It llll I f I'.l ll l-l di LTI i-llb iti it mi i thu Inn i to ,ib >ul H) nil tli.in Vlf'U OO'l oil inti I NI 'j he n- I) UIHi.MHI tit 0111 IK J V Dill I IT til h t Oil 1 t In i kn 1 ims( I( firm. .1 I l th ii t 11 lliinU, K.nlpi 111 tl. til it ll t t ei ID jm iif 11 I -int, it i n l i n1 n u I N 1 n hi 4 i o'e, u, iiu 1 A. nu nun bonds, ,llt 1 I n 'i> i HUH M1 J4H-1 hll.u l (h l'[ the po ju.te rib IIK. I 'i nmei t .is (I, i is, n In u -hi nro In i 1 thuiii nui I-, i I Lil UP L'U'l II south' J The Ntateinont of the Dcmncrat that by withdraning the national cuircnoy and green-, backc Iherefor, the country would e annually, is so false find abbiiid, that we arc surprised an editor claiming intellicciice and com- mon sense should repeat Jt. The of national currency in cir- culation is lt'66 than interest upon not over in a poll Ion of the bonds upon which the cuncncy is draws o ily 5 per cent; the ve C pei cent. Of this i, er (ight millions ii p iiil li-n k in to tlie and .il out Ihe samo amount in to ll.i, SlnliH. The fJi-nicttit sJioukl e the honesty to PtJtc- tliisi J.iclp. The s me J> iper Pmilii ton's me 'conlCTiiitLilus rcd'tmiity the ,th fitiytiblc HI (.uirtiiry bj the bjinl-i bu u mg a kss tatc ut m- esl, n id m thu same otlui propi itj, 10 lhal the neb not bo i Tit-nipt fjoin taxation. ;itnl lli in udocer and jioor man be nude to heai the u hole burdens of i i rment." No bill ot this cha- ei Ins jet been itiU'oducid nil by any Democratic mem tJit'roof; so it is fait to pr-otiimo the Deinoeiacy do not intend t) do. siul, thing. Hut lit us see how il Mould work. We will suppose j the priHint national debt he, funded iDlo n bond i tinning tiJlj yertrs, and I d..in ing tour per cent, nnd interest payible in J'ne (ii-il question to bo con- siiK-H il if. the pi see such bond would s -11 at. IViU capitalists pun-lnse siu-h bonds wiJi tlieii 5 20s nnd 10.- a liighei late of in- ti rt st j on foi eo a man, M ilh out gu Ity of robbery and th< tt, to ]iul his lijind into lib pockit aiidi.ni you n fifty dollai boml for a do'la otio The present It) lo Lio'il bonds, tli awing five per in intci eit, h.ne s-old fin about 70 tin mg IIID twu years. If a i n'j ji.ii homl cainiug five [in tint, is woith 70 how unit L would fill) j ear gold bond t-ujiinir loin pei et'iit, be e vi ill call it buij cents for con CD'Hi-nifiice s ike. 'The bonds, huh the ilebt mainly coi.siits, i u HOI ih, on an avei.igc, for IHO past, sevtntv To cnnvLit two ihcusaml millions of h.mils into (on per l loiiosrioii Initl down, Millie-j ihe s-ilo of millions of 4 t'lfubj inerejiHing the jmnci- i'.il ui ihe tkbt 5-lf) millions. Add :i of jue per ctiit., and it will be swell il to tViui thousand millions do like this Demo- i-i UK- ij of fifl'tlienntumal DILI 1 th.U oiu j l- ihe most ingenious expodi- uii i-vu- duMst-d toi the udi m.i'i's lit d the hwc.ilol the John Stuart Mill c ills it a juggle." Our IHinorntie f icnilsaru now devining t th rewy bi aU ils ibt intjr an  oeMarv eurrenoy for the WKttction- of ihe of the to ae- cnred tnat holders tfieroof J Umot, in any event, sabjcot ter So long M there books a making a un cha- racter of paper money the livalsnt of money the payment ot so 1  y Qeu'l KnniHWorth on the floor of 'ohgress recently, will sink him yet deeper, until-he reaches the level o a Cop- perhead. Gen. said "After Gen. Hancock.' h id been ordered to tolme Gen- Shi ridan at S'ew this a what makes the whole thing a natter of more surprise to rat4 him in Washington, on his way Speaking to him, as I kn >w him I had bjS iig side n Ihe said 'Well, ltnernl, j-ott are coing to New Ork ana. are fou said he, 'sonjj people lave got an idea that became I am sunt down there to relieve General Sheridan, I am a Copperb ad; but they will fold (h'mtrh'ei gtj( ttly mis- taken I hive fought the t'leli too long in thejifhl to be their or -.voids to that efitct. I had a right, theiefore, to be unrprised when I read the first order whioh-h -issued, and still when I lie HGC- onfl. in addjtifin I all cady stated, GTcn. Ok said to me 'I nm going to New Orleann to fxeoute the of Conj Mi. Eldiidge. "lias he i ot done All. Fai tisivoillu "Ite certainly Ins not clone so, if reports r re tiue. In answi-i to the petitions lint are made lo him lo pave n en from the opin e-isions iclu Is, h' refers tin m to the Junes, an 1 ehet ffs, and md lubcl ma. istiates thcie. I think he is not p> cciitlng tho laws ot C'ongiiss bj n ly man tui-ut me ins, foi the 1 >f Cou- it not 01 Iv ins duty to tin- nejici, hut tfsee tti it eiy iiiin thcie has equal )'i-tice, without u'eiiiKt to color. AVo krwveiy n ell lli.it no lojnl man  e leas infamous if you wcie out ol t." Californi.i Democratic As- sembly refused to investigate the al- eged Senatoiial corruption, which nda the matter. The Drmociacy nre airatd ot investigation. When heir acts are examined into, fiatul and corruption are always revealed. The election in ;onn., on.Monday last, resulted in a lepubhcan victoiy, after an exciting md close contest. It has generally Democratic, atid the reBiilt is mportant, as an indieation of what may happen in the State election in April. Vicksburg Hrrald believes t would be hazardous to ive interests in (he South to o rally under the name of Democta ey. "as its very name, in the opinion of a vast inajonty of the people, is synonymous wilh secession, which he JtalU- WJIJE all of wo have in the snfe Thei I'foro with ll is aliow anoe, and the ftntliei dodi ction ol to iclierc wlnte tttution, the legitimate expenses 4kite bn- i eau h'ave only This mini, lemembci, is for the i 'rioil of ivro jcais anil tigjit month or an av ciagc of two millions.ti y -ar gross The ass'ntnnce the Im reati Has been tti the freed >eople in them employincn ,in iteu riu t them justice, in d< fcm ing their rights ngainst vengeful enemies, and in n lie-, ing t ie wanls of tho starving whites as we'l as blacks, is nicalonliblc. It services been noith moie that even the txniigerated expense atiegi d by the coppciheatK Only the hart of a demon would impel men to lalicious ly slander the good woiks f that bu roait, which w ill remain to attest tlu-ii bcnetictnce lor.g after copper- linadinn t" i's nr troubles." of La Crosse, in- roduced a bill to lepea the law massed last yenrelosins dance houses _" ten pin alltjs on tsundajn, Tltia a a Uemocialic movement to alien ilf the Gcimans from the Hepubh an party. It is said that in conse- 1'ience of thiN I iw the paity last earlost (Jet man votes; ,nd Mr. Kortolph, who is a raf, now tues tliis method of g.iin ng the fiienilslnp ol ihu Gei mains or his parly. u r Wisconsin I.pgislaluu eivo that ihe Deiuociacy loduced bills to npcil nai ds which c been placed about lie ballot box, to repeal the reglsts v iw, to repeal ihe law nuthoiising ti is to bo t hallengoil, stud to uact a Inn extending the limu the oils aie requued to be kept open ome tin ee houts after d.utc. None t these bills find favor with the Re- ublican inajoi tlj. tho Richmond Whiy: "To ote foi negro suffrage, or foraCou- titution ostublmhitig it, IK to con- eit the South into an Abysinia, a layti, o St. Donniiao." To gainst negio fctiffiage, or against n lonstilution estnbiisliingr to turn iie Simthein Governments over into lie hands ot the   and entitle iheni to the thanks of all Inline Eciieiations. if thej had done nothing ulse. Ileic is tho icc- oid Xo blark on ntir statute', Xo on strand, Kti m our Congress, >o ery in ourland Republicans, of Tennewec, in their State Convention, l.eltl 10 ccntiy, adopted a platfoun ivlnch will challenge the admn alion of t-v ei y in telligunt freeman in the woitd. It declares as sound politieal pimeiples: 1. The unalterable and uncondition- al Biippoit of Ihc Union. 2. Tlie nd- ministration'of ihe iTiiment bv those who saved It, anil nol bv thoil- who sought Us destiuetion. 3 No Steps backward in the cnuic ot free dom. 4 General G-ant for I'resi deut in 5 (o be mipported in its stnlgglc ftiih .in apostate President. 6. FK c cdura- lion for every child in the St.ite. 7, Encouragement to linmijir.iiuni. The maintainance of ihe ol mantooJ irrefipeclive of c-olororrnct1, Uy this sign Hh.ill (he oi Tenui-sset and of the whole Union conquer in the coming election, Hiltanln e Casssrly, Democratic Senator o'eot fiom Cahfomia, is termed a "Yellow Republican" by the straight-out Democrats, who dis- like hia loy.il war raooid. the R'ehmond "We know that the negro ot' aver- age brain IN as iiiowpnbla ef voting intelligently as a horse." Timo out of mind, borne senna lias been a con vorrlbfc expression {broomnonsense If the negro possesses that, he- will vote intelligently enough. famine which recently deci- mated Oi ifi.sa has recently found its counteipait in Algeria, "where the poor A tabs nre pciishing in tens ol thousands. The latest foi eign paper! say that in certain dibtiictB ihe dead bodies ol Arabs, men, wonifn mid children.who have perished of bun gcr, tire found upon the public high' way, just as was thc.casc two years back at Illinois nnd Wisconsin Dairyman's Association will hold its annual meeting at Uelvidere.on Tuos- February lith. From the intc- est BO rviilely maiiifusUd iu tho pro- ceedings of the Society lust year, a laijre attend nice is X. A. Will u J, Esq., of Ileikimer New York, will deliver the annual adding on ihu afternoon of he first Jay news from Europe is cloud- d flith tidings of famine and aeveie iiitress, Ir Russia, Ihc northcin in treof daily occurrence Tho (tilings "rom sonic  vo turncil with it, and lie fire nhtfti d fiom theboitotn to the op of the but it so well eeured tiint no dntnngu vcus done y it. Gen. Giant obcjed the iw ri'Sjiecti ig the tciiine of office jiplding ihe war ollice lo Secre- ity Stanton, the have t iat lie is a Jin mg the H ai this same charge nude aj.-iinst him to Mr. Liu- oln. 'Can jou infoiiu nc what md of liquoi Gen. Krnnt Mi .'Lim-oln's inxunis re.ily. "I to kno'T in oiilii that I maj nd some oi it to .some o( tlie other enfrals." was on Tuesday iiij LIM, t.stid Iiv the m st I'D- etiutve Knitl.ii.raii ui it Ins ever lenccd in its h siotj Ii bi out m Uinch'ji iron-t'ntnt block, cor- uei Like sin 11 ami Wabtsli avnuf1, and coiiMini ng th it b'nhling, Ift-d tlivt c whole him ks :u ashcc, Tiio Ti-e it 11 entei n publishing of S. C Gri Cc ni-ri- amo ig thi iiitFeiois, osing (heir tnliiv stock. tivo 'thoies.ilu vvei e bin nt 't'fic losses n e iin .tt d at neiily thiee million duli.u s, on nhtch llieie W lo ihe ntnouiit nf fclJHti OOU Mt itcri'iiieij (AU ,SV t nri of the 'J  inaiiil-iiii these rules on ihe f the comint; eleolion, in ordir lo fit-event eoloied voters from lho light of fran- chiso. S irtipiflli oi Yucatan, This singular set of eo- pic are descended from the ancient Aztecs of S I'ltliein Mexico, and Mil! rrl.iin some of llie peculiarities which Stephens rti it Prosooit g.ive of their ancestors. Dr J C Aver Co a si nil nittij of ilieni in di.'. ginc; Sai'Ss'ili'itllla loot. Provijrd n.irroi. -i rtnl of aurl a ilii-j MS tor the fon st ulit'te tin Inn rnn fui ni'li them ton j. -mil ihick- leavrd tifc-tllteii oi-'.-v -h iter. of w'lo fiml the njuv e 11 ited by tnis rnn.tiK't, ttnntv how much ihev are iinlebteil to ihe toil of Ihese hunil dighealth for lliouc.ir of Do< tor Aycr'x pit- ronn, while ihcy somoiimes lose tlie'u- ('oniwrtiul OBO. A. MA MM QFFICB IN CBAHPtOH'S BOILDtlCff, First 
                            

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