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Carlisle American Volunteer (Newspaper) - July 13, 1865, Carlisle, PennsylvaniaI a your country May it always be Rig do re but right or wrong our yol. 52.Carlisle, pa., thursday july 43, 1865. To. 4. American Volunteer. Vry i Ublish Fin every thursday morning by Jota a Jbv offt Attoul. T e it m s. Delars if paid within Throat and two a Olski u and fifty tents if Nob paid within tho your. These Terr no will to rigidly adhered to in Ivory instance. Not a subscription discontinued until All Nero Tragos Aro paid a loss at tho option of tho editor. C advertisements accompanied by Thomasn and not of coding Ono Square will to inserted Throe Timos for $2.00, and pc Welty Tivo conts for each amp a additional Ina ortion. Those of a greater length in a proportion. A a a a a Jon-1 a Intje a a such As hand Bills posting Bills a pamphlets Blanks Rubols a. It of outed with to Curacy Anil at tho shortest notice. F. E be Lutzi Hoover attorney and counsellor at Law Carlisle Penn a. Office on South Llanover Street oppo Sito Bontzos Storo. Special arrangement with tho Patent office al attends to securing Patent rights. A sept. 22, 1864-iy i a i i soil jews e. Sha Iier attorney at Law. A Carlisle a. A trends to securing and collecting i. Sol Dick a pension bounties a. Filco on South he Yovor Street opposite louts store. Fob. 13. 1862. J. M. A Fakles Atio in e v a t Law office on South inn Over Street in the room formerly Noo upion a. B. Sharpe. Fob. 27, 1862�?ilra. Sam jell slept Jelv jr., attorney at Law. Of office with judge on East main str cot Curi Islo. Aug. 0, 63�?ly. Ii. N e w s ii a m ,. Attorney at a a w. Office with we. A i. Miller esq., South West Cornor of Hanover and pump rot st roots. Curi Islo Dee. 22, 1862�?tf_ so shias. E. Ma.eauci8aeil% a t t o r n e a at a a w. Office in Inho Fps building just opposite tho Market ii oust. Carlisle March 13, 1802�?ly.j. W. Foulk Atli Ticy at Law. Office with James r. Smith Esq Rheum s ill. All business on trusted to him will to pro rapt a a a attended to. Fob. 0. 1868. Or. It Geo. S. St Art Tiit from the Baltimore College of dental surgery Foff ico at tho residence of his Moth of East Louth a Street three doors below Bod Fonh , Carlisle Bee. 22, 18 52. A or. A a a so Erma a a t t o r n e y at l a a. I fice in Rheems Vilall building in the rear of tho Cohrt House next door to the a it Hehir Nikob Carlisle. Fobja1wrs a. Dunbar at Torney at Law. Carlisle office next door to tho american printing office Fow doors West of i Lannon a hotel a april i-1, 1864�?ly it a. I a. A loonies den test Quot Haas removed from South Hanover Etrest to West. A a Jjo Mirot Street opposite tho Feii Ialo High school a it Treslo. A pril 28, 1864.�?T Richmond has and so have dry goods i a few a1 a fact that is proven to every person calling at tho a Heap store of Leid Icli amp Miller a a Tevere they Aro just receiving a Largo Supply of t Jar into and summer goods Purck see Bingo tho 7 feta decline in Gold pea ibo Stock embraces in part ladies stress goods sch As Black and fancy Silks of till colors and a Alitine new styles Poppins mohair Lustrous Jpn Eoas All colors Laulor ques lil Gracias a to la incs Challis ac., Spring circulars a a Basque a Sac pcs Sii i vols amp to. Mourning goods of Ivory kind consisting of mourning Silkal-.,, bomb Zines mohair Poppins single and a Kublo Width do Laines Tan Iso cloths Crapo a oils dollars handkerchiefs Balmoral skirts a jew style Black and Wobito Gingham ao., a. The stranger upon the Sill. Or Thomas Buchanan read. Or. Bend who discourses so sweetly upon a tho lonely Homo where to was born a is a Nativo of Uwchland toys ship Costor county. Iio is truly an artist poem and poetry flours from his pen in All tho growing tints and Roseate hues that tho picture emanating from tho Roasol receives from the Pontil of this gifted and Talon Tod artist. Every Ono who Bones an attachment to tho a a lonely Homo where to was born a will read this poem with emotions of pleasure botwen Broad Fields of what and Corn is tho lonely horse who o i was born tho poach tree Loans against tho Wall. And the Woodbine wanders Over All Thoro is tho shaded door Way still. But a stranger s foot has crossed Cho Sill. Thoro is tho barn and As of Yore. I can smell the Hay from to opon door and Soo tho Busy swallows throng and Hoar the poo Wood a Mournful song but tho stranger corals a of painful proof. His Sho avos Aro Pilod to tho he Atod re of. Thoro i s tho Orchard to vory Trees where my childhood know Long hours of Case and watched tho shadowy moments run till Ray life has imbibed Moro Sha Dothan Sun tho swing from tho Bough Vetill swoops tho air but tho strangers children Aro swinging Thoro. A there bubbles tho Shady Spring Bolow with its Bulrush Brook where the Hazolos grow twas Thoro i found the Clauius Rostand watched tho minnows poise and shoot and Hoard tho Robin Lavo his Wing but tho strangers bucket is at to Spring. Ohye who daily Cross to Sill. Steal lightly for i Lovo it still and when you crowd tho old barn leaves then to inf what countless Harvest Shoal is Iliavi passed within tho soon item door to Luddon eyes that Are no Moro. Deal kindly with those Orchard troops and Whon your children or we their Knoes their swootc8t fruit they shall impart As if old memories stirred tho Hoart. To youth la us sports still leave to swing and in Sweet reverse hold tho Spring. The barn tho Trees tho Brook tho Birds tho Meadows with their lowing herds to Woodbine on Trio cottage Wall. My heart still ungers by Thorn ally yest Augora on my native Sill step lightly for i Lovo it goods. J bloat Hod and Una loathed muslims from 124 cts. A Large assortment of Cali Coes from 12� ets. 25. 10-4 bleached and unbleached sheeting billow Caso Mulins ticking Cott Buades Gingham Nan keens table diaper and a great Many tiber goods not Mont soued gift always on bur notion department is complot embracing Button hosiery of every Quality for ladies gentle a non misses Boj s and gloves of every silk Linen and a Ingham hand scr i of French car scots a to of. Skirt All sizes skirts neck tics suspenders Trion no my and Mantua Bibbons Hoad nets Sun Umi. It Callas parasols a. Vav Wien and boys Wear a Jet always a full assortment of every description at a a to very lowest Market prices. Clothing Mado at Short notice by a first class tailor. Carpets carpets cd Hino of every description and Quality. A facing floor Oil cloth looking a masses dil Tkv Jap. Wpc window blinds table Oil cloths do the Ami May other House furnishing up bad for tho season. Reeling vory than Ofui to to generous coming for their kind and Liberal patronage so far tended to tho firm to earnestly and sincerely by a continuance of tho same As cd stortors know it is always a great Plo Asuro to us to exhibit t r Stook besides proving that to of whys study a interest of our customers As to Aro deform ipod to to to undersold by any merchant in tho county Leidi ii amp Miller. A amp a Polaso Romo Rabor tho Woll known stand 1 ? Comer Murkot Square directly oppo do Irvino s Boot nud shoe Storo Carlisle May 4, 1865. A vj4. Trunks trunks 01 a tii ses trunks Cav pot bags uralic in a Fronch Solo Lonther trunks la r it rvs Long trunks of Large sizes brass bound Host makes in Largo variety at Lowll Numis. Useful lessons. \ hints to a Ollo Winf useful hints to pedestrians we and in an English medical work recently issued in Lyndi tho Dir options Are eminently Pray tidal and if followed May Ritvo a Lush trouble mid inconvenience on a journey 1. Clothes should to loosely fitting throughout to stiff or tight ligatures . the Woolen materials Are far the beat for the outer garments Flarine for these worn next the skin. 2. La lie color of tho outer dress if Choice can to allowed should be Light White or sumo Shudo of Gray especially must this Rule he followed where tho Sun has much Power. A Black dress is of All the most unpleasant for a Long walk. 3. The had should be sheltered by a Cap or Felt Bat soft flexible and perforated with holes so that the air has ready Access to tho surface of the Hotd. Speak for tho Ward ing off Sun rays front the eyes arid a Hood to protect the Back of the head and the neck will both be of some advantage. In tropical climates a White cover Over All would be vory advantageous. 4. The feet should be clothed with Light worsted socks Rind does or boots should be worn which Are not too tight for the foot and or High Are. So Mode by having the inside Edge of the front part of each Boot Pora Lell to that of its. Follow that the toes Are not cramped together in i Cone or wedge shaped the form of each sole Oug it to correspond exactly with the natural form of the foot sole. Above All let the feels be no longer than the rest of the sole. A More abominable phrase than tho term a a military heels was never introduced. The height is increased to the t of the Soldier a to every other particular. Blisters and sore Well happen after a Long Munroh the former Are Best treated by passing a single thread of worsted Sitio to Sido tho High Yaeli Blister and leaving it for a Day undisturbed. Sore feet Are much relieved by tepid bathing having first dissolved in the water a Small Quantity of common Salt or Alum. 5.�?T if weight must he carried tho bundle should be so placed Botteon the shoulders that it rests the Fern a Vito it muscular exertion and the Frame work of the Knapsack should take its support by Light Kirori rods upon the Bony framework of the Pelvis Rind not be Hung by pass across the cheat. A clean shirt soap a pair of clean socks and i Light Waterproof overcoat will form the greater part of the package necessary for a pedestrian tourist. A.6. If the Pfrang Merit to at All feasible Isomo daily practice should he had in walking distances preparatory to a Long journey Floh Day increasing the ground passed Over so that the pedestrian May not enter on his task quite unused to tho exorcise.7. The time occupied in walking should to if pos Sihle so divided that some rest May be obtained.m.,.tho Middle of the Day and so while the heat is greatest. Food should to Plain nutritious and not too Bulky tho ppm Mirin Quot or. Prepared meat of tho North american Indian is probably the. Best Typo of portable food for a . The Grove of Cedars on mount Lebanon still subsists disposed in nine groups corresponding with As Many hummocks of a Orni Inal my Aines hut of tho very old patriarchs probably not i Singri specimen survives. A in 157d Rauwolf counted Twenty six. Iff 1c53 oho Venot counted Twenty three. La Roque in 1688 found Only Twenty in 1g90 May Undrel Only sixteen although plenty . Lahi Lardiero found them reduced to seven in 1787, m. Tchi Batchoff Speaks of Toffi loosely As ten or twelve and Ilu Okor in 1860 found no Young ones at nil but about four Hundred Trees of which Only fifteen exceeded i teen feet in Girth and two others exceeded twelve feet in Girth. If the Trees ran Wolf oho von or and Tbs others above mentioned wore to remarkable for age midsize As to to easily Distinti wished a in their Days which was no doubt the Case these must have All disappeared and Are re place i by a new race of patriarchs which were Young when tho others were viewed by these travellers. A until of late years it had been supposed that the Cedar was confined to mount Lebanon it is now known that it occurs Between Sherre arid Bashi Nonte in Syria and that there Are vast forests on mount Taurus in Asia minor m. P. De Tchi Natcheff a russian hiturnl�8t who had been exploring Asia Mimir thus describes them a in following tho Southorn slope of the Boul Ardagh i was struck by the file forests of Cedars Ivsich mount even to the upper regions of this Majestic Rampart. I had at first supposed that it was Only a local although very interesting phenomenon but on ascending the Zama Tau Sau from Sal Houn where it debauched i had the happiness to traverse for several sure Eusivo Days the finest forests of Cedar which Are perhaps known at the present Day so that the band which on my botanical map of Asia minor Marks the Doir fixin of tho Cedar May extend from Jne Hundred and forty to one Hundred and sixty Miles from tho Southwest to the Northeast. Until Row botanists have been wont to make pious pilgrimages to tho celebrated Cedars of mount Lebanon and i myself had also been fifteen years ago to con Teri plate with profound emotion the ten or twelve centenarian tranks which raised themselves in isolation on that classic ground but now they appear to me very trifling before the Fine forests which i have just traversed and along Side of which they figure Only Ike our Liot he uses Palm Trees when compared to the Palm Trees of the forests of tho Ann. De in acad Des sciences vol. Xxviii. P. 759.tho Cedar is chiefly prize for its Bce a to and majesty arid for the interest attached to. It in connection with biblical history. For economic or practical purposes it is of Little or no value tho ancients esteemed it for its durability but even this is now disputed although to think unjustly whether durable or not there is no doubt that it is wholly wanting in strength and tenacity and is consequently lightly Ester ipod by the Artisan and Little planted by the this inferiority of its Timber has Given unusual importance to a Hoidn Tiofio question which tinsel Lato Yacura icon touch debated attn no botanists namely whether there is More than orig species of Cedar or whether the Cedar of Lebanon the Cedar of the Himalayas and the Cedar of mount Atlas Aro riot Rill Thiee one and the same. Equal to tiie Many years ago two frenchmen Ono wealthy and in tho Possession of ready Roasli and the other Pooh and penniless occupied by Chance the same room in a suburban hotel. In the morning tho a a seedy Ono arose first took from a pistol and holding it to his own forehead and backing against the door exclaimed to Liis horrified companion a a it is my last Desper ate resort i am porn Niles and tired of life Girome francs or i will instantly blow out my brains and you arrested a a murderer a the other Ledger found himself the hero of an unpleasant Dominion but the cogency of Iris companions argument Sti wok him a a cold he quietly crept to this pantaloons handed Over the amount and the other Vamoose after Lucking the door on the outside. Hearing of this another French Irin of very Savriga aspect one night tried to room with a Tail raw boned Man from Arkansas who had been rather free with his Motley during the Day and evidently had plenty More behind. Next morning a a Pike Awakening discovered his room mate standing Over him with a pistol levelled at Iris own Herid Rind evidently quaking with agitation. A a what the Deuce Are you standing thar fur in tho cold 1&Quot said Pike propping himself on Hia Elbow and wooly surveying the Gaul. A a i am desperate in was the reply. A a you give to one Hundred Dollar or i will blow out my brain 1�?� a a Well then blow and be Darrie d 1�?� replied Pike Tusiri Ingver. A a Bote you will to Arr sted for to tour Daire 1�?� persisted the Gaul Barrio stay. A a he Flint s that v said Pike a a of i i see and suddenly drawing a revolver and a five Pound Bowie knife from under his Pillow he sat upright. 1 11 a Man May As Well be Hung for a sheep is a Lamb a he coolly Reri marked Rind lit the word lie started for tho Gaul hut the latter was too nimble the a a Hoss pistol a innocent of Lead exploded in the air and with one frantic leap our Little Frenchman was standing in his night Robe at tho foot of the staircase a proof that what May suit one latitude will not in nth. A tin st Isaac Liningston a. North Jun motor st Iowa of Quot they Liao a Nice select Council in the of Philadelphia. On thursday they had a Lively a a discussion a in which Street Lang and the lowest was displayed the finale being a Knock Down Between a couple of the members. This is the brim August Hody Liat refuse to offer a Reward for the arrest of the outlaws who mobbed tho Edge Rolls a Harrisburg Patriot. A cat killed by most remarkable instance of the Holli Gerent qualities of the Robin has Fust come to our notice. It appears that i eat belonging to a citizen of the town find a Fanoy for killing Yoio no Oliie Kris arid Birds. She spent much of her time in climbing Trees to tho great annoyance doubtless of some Robins a Trioli had built their nests Thuro. A. Few Days since Tulien puss was engaged in her favorite amusement some six or eight Robins seem to have combined to close her career. They attacked her in a body pouncing upon her with Groat fury and planting their beaks into her head with a severity which caused the cat. frightful screams. Upon the inmates of the House coming to her assistance the Robins retired from the conflict and tho cat escaped under an adjoining Kitchen Jot coming out and a Rattler disagreeable smell beginning to Issue therefrom in a few day9 afterwards the floor was taken up and the oat found dead with her eyes i eked out and other evidences about her head of having been severely dealt we have never known of a More striking proof of tho Devotion of the a a red breasts for their Young. To with our neighbor in the loss of his a a cat a but we know our readers will exclaim Quot Biily for the Democrat. From to old guard for july a his Roby of John Brown. By sex atom now president Asdrew Johnson. Tho pulpits Reno rally Anil a majority of Republican papers now Boa tingly rejoice that a a the North has vindicated the cause of John Brown and wiped out a nor is this Auy foolish or boast it is strictly Truo. The policy of tho Republican party Cinco a to came into Power has been a faithful carrying out of tho work Bogun by old John Brown. Tho administration of Abraham Lincoln was Ajja pm in in raid on Fhle gain lest a Cale and it was to that is the place it will occupy in the bloody business is done and we do not write for Echo Urpo so of amending the great crime. To do not seek to raise tho to accept tho Unis As we find them but it is our business to Tell the truth about these facts. It is our business to strip off All the Csc bandages of shame hype bricies and lies and Lay Bare to the Bone this monstrous carcass of frauds and despotism. The record of this party is in revolution and blood a the revolution and blood inaugurated by John Brown. It has finished tho raid which that Prince of assassins and thieves John Brown began. As a part of the history of these times which we wish to leave in the columns of tub old guard Avo copy below part of a speech delivered by president Johnson in tho Senate of the United states december 12, 1859. It is a fair and truthful history of the most important period in tho history of brow who was one of the chief founders of the Republican party the Inaugurato of its policy. Or. Johnson was speaking in reply to senator Doolittle who had offered in the Senate an apology for Brown by declaring that his son had been murdered in Kansas and that he acted in revenge for tho wrongs he had suffered. In answer to this excuse s by into Johnson tho president of the United states made tho following speech 14 it Sci is that we have some now born christians Olio Are making John Brown their Leader who Aro trying to canonize him and make him a great no Oslo and were these tho elements of a Christian and a Christian Martyr How do the facts stand in this Case Wheir was tie old Man browned my killed and Whon did to commit these atrocities even admitting tho truth of the statement of the senator from Wisconsin they Are not justifiable but t when we show t int the facts Are different they Are less so. Tho circumstances Are stated in the Exi Douce of or. Harris which will to found in a report made by a committee of Congress and republished in tho Herald of Freedom. Of Kansas a paper that has at its head for president the name to Hasa of Ohio and or. Banks of Massachusetts for vice president i a a the circumstances attending win. Sher Niani a assassination Are testified to by James in Uris of Franklin county Cansar. Or. Sherman was staying Over night at the House a of Harris when in the 2-Fth of May at about two of clock Captain John Brown and party came there and after taking some property and questioning Ili Prisand other. Sherman was a ked to Wmk. Out. Or. Far is in Hia affidavit says a old Brown Hsk a or. Sherman to go out with him and Sherman then web Cut with Brown. I heard nothing More for about fifteen niinute3.�? two of the Northern army a As they styled Sherii Sylvea stayed with u3 until they heard in Cap burst and then Toliese two men next morning about ten o clock i found William Shernon dead in the Creek near my i was looking for him As he had not come Hack i thought to had been murdered. I took or. William Sherman body but of the Creek and examined it. Mrs., Whiteman was with me. Sli Ernin no a Skull was split open in two places and some of his brains Wero washed out by tho water a Large Hole was Cut in his breast and his left hand arts Cut off except a Little piece of skid on one Side.�?�. A. 44 this was tho 24th of May i will read from the same paper another extract a a when the news of. The lir Ealend siege of Lawrence reached John Brown jr., who iras a member of tho to Pooka legislature he organized a company of about sixty men and marched towards Lawrence. Arriving at Palmyra he Learned of the sacking of tho town and Tolje position of th�?~<5 people be reconnoitre a for a time in the Vicinity but finally marched Back towards Osawatomie. The night before reaching that place when Only a few Miles away they a sniped for the night. Old Joha Brown who to believe was with tho Pirty singled out with himself seven men. These he to a poin right Miles above tho Mon tii of Pottawatomie Creek and called from their Beds at their several residences at the hour of Midnight on the 24th of May Allen Wilkinson. William Sherman William p. Doyle William Doyle and Drury Doyle. All were found the next morning by the Road Side a or in the Highway some with a Gash in their Heads and sides and their throats Cut others with their skulls split open in two places with holes in Tbs in breasts and bands Cut off a.14 Lee seems to have had a great passion for cutting off hands. A a a 44 no Man in Kansas has pretended to deny that old John Brown led that murderous foray which massacred those men. Tip to that period not a hair of John Browne a head or that of his sons had been injured by the Proal fivery a a it was not until the 30th of August three months after the Pottawatomie massacre that tho attack was made on Ossa Wato Mio by the pro slavery forces and Frederick Brown a son of old John was killed. A a to show All the facts in regard to the massacre of the 24 a of May i will read to the Senate tho affidavits of so in of Tom Eyo witnesses of the transaction. Allen Wilkin a son of Tel a Meinberg of the ice nabs Legisla Turey a quiet inoffensive Man. Uis widow Louisa Jane Wilkinson testified that on the night of tho 24th of May 1350, Between tho hours of. Midnight and Day break she thinks a party of men came to the House where they wore residing and forcibly Oarrico her husband away and they took him in the name of tho 4 Northern and that next morning he was found about Ono Hundred and fifty Yards from the House dead. Mrs. Wilkinson was very ill it the time of measles. Slio Enys further or a a i bogged them to let or. Wilkinson stay with me saying that i was sick and helpless and could not stay by myself. My husband also asked them to let him stay with me until he could get some one to wait on to told then that to would not run off but he would be Thero tho next Day or whenever called for tho old Man who be Mcd to be Ira command looked at me and then around at tho children and replied a you have i said a so i have but they Are not Horo and a cannot go for the old Man replied tit matters not a and told him to get ready. My husband wanted to put on his Boot 3, and get ready so As to to protected from the Damp and night air would not lot him. They Thon took my husband away. 4�?~ after they Wero Geno i thought i heard my husbands complaint. A was found about Ono Hundred and fifty Yards from tho House in porno dead Brush. A lady who saw my husbands body Oaid that there was u Gash in his head and Side. Oth cars said that How was Cut in tho Throat a a or. Doyl e and his sons were murdered on the Saunio night with Sherman and Wilkinson and mrs. Doyle a deposition gives this account of it Here follows several deposition. A a or a o a be wrote a letter to John Brown during his imprisonment showing that she still regarded him As the murderer of her husband and children 44 Chattanooga tenn., a nov. 29, 1s59. 14 John Browne sir although vengeance is not mine i confess that i do feel gratified to hear to mtg no were stopped in your fiendish career at harpers ferry with the loss of your two sons. You can now appreciate my distress in Kansas when you then and Thero entered my Houte at Midnight and arrested my husband and two boys and took them out of the Yard and in cold bloodshot them dead in my hearing. You cannot say you did it to Iree our slaves we had none and never expected to own one but it has Only made to a our widow with helpless children. While i idol for your Folly do Hopo and Trust you will Niolet with just Reward. 0.How it pained my heart to hear the dying groans of my husband and children if this scrawl gives you any Consolation you Are Welcome to it. 44 Makiala Doyle. 44 n. son John Doyle whole life i begged of you is now grown up and is very desirous to be at Charleston on the Day of your execution he would certainly to there if his ,.ns would permit it that to might adjust tho rope around your neck if Gover for Wise would permit. M. 44 three months after we. Doyle and his two sons Wero murdered three months after Sherman wd3 a my rdc red his Skull Cut open in two Plucer and tho Stream had washed the blood out of his cranium three months after that John Browne a son was killed at Osawatomie. Then what becomes of this excuse Why this apology Ful a Man like this three months after he had committed this fiendish his Sun lost Liis life at tho Battle of Osawatomie it was on that night about 11 of Cluck As testified by mrs. Doyle As testified by her son As testified by or. Harris theses men innocent Uno fending men were taken turn Rel Trutho Midi tight hour mid in the Forest and on who Road Sido fell victims to the Insatiate thirst of John Brown for blood. Then it was that those murders were committed that hell entered his heart not tho Iron his soul. Then it was that lie shrank from the dimensions of a human being,.into those of a reptile. Then it was if nut before that to changed his character to a Demon who had lost al the Virtues of a Man. A and you talk about symph Abby Lor John Brown <4 John Brown stands Bosforo tie country a murderer. Tie enormity the extraordinary ferocious Ness of the father set the son mad. Like that of sacrificed Abele cried even from the Torigi Eless caverns of the Earth to him for pity and to heaven for Justice but his Iron heart not soul refused to yield but leaven in tho process of time has meted out to him Justice on the Gallows. Justice divine to punish sin moves slow the slower its Pace tho surer is its blow. It will overtake us if living it will overtake Lis if dead. Justice has overtaken its victim and he has gone to eternity with Crim soned hands with blood upon Bis head. 44 but the senator talks a hot it the school in which John Brown was taught. Why sir Juhn drown according to his own confession had Etc trained these ideas for Twenty years. John Brown did not go to Kansas to go to school. Be went Thero As a teacher on tho 24th of May. At tho mid hour of night from tho wife and the Mother to dragged the husband and two son and imbued his hands in their blood. Those Wero the doctrines that lie went there to teach. Lie did not go there to be taught but to won Thoro As a teacher. These were his teachings. Imagine tho cries and lamentations on tho Ono hand and the shrieks of tho doing and the mutilated on the other. I think sometimes that i Benr shrieks to loud so Wold so Clear that even listening Argela stoop from heaven to hear. This is the Man for who oui an apology is offered. I did the senator the Justice to say that to disclaimed Del sympathy with Brown and yet i read what in fact was an apology. What furthermore did tho senator say to have shown and the fact is not controverted that to a murdered five human beings on May 2-Idi. They Havo shown in trying to answer this that Liis son did not to Reee ivo this ill treatment from Captain Pate until the last Day of May. To have shown that his other son was not killed until August 30th. Let us remember these facts and come to tie old Man As Beira a thief and a murderer. I wrent All these modern fanatics who Havo adopted John Brown and his Gallows As their Christ and their toss to see who their Christ is. The senator says again 441 regret that gentlemen,.in speaking of this Man Brown should be pleased to break of him As a rubber or a thief or a Vagabond in tho Ordinary sense of the term. Sir it is of the essence of robbery and theft that tho robber or thief who robs or stones should not from the desire of gain. Cor thinly no such charge can be made against this Man As that he was actuated with the lust of gain. He acted from far different . ,10 sought to give Liberty to tho enslaved and Laid Down his life for that purpose freely and bravely did he do it.14 that is you May steal and commit theft if you do if to Aid in tho cause of tho abolition of slavery. Have to any proof that this is so. What does mrs. Wilkinson say in her affidavit when John Brown and his comrades were there on the 24th, when they took Wilkinson out and murdered him just before they left they took his property arid his Only horse. I suppose they needed the horse to Aid in the emancipation of slaves. Horse stealing is carried on to a Quot great extent a a in a Frontier country. Mrs. Doyle states Ilia they inquired where their horse was and were told it was out on thee Prairie. What took Pinuco at harpers ferry ? they took col. Washington a Silva to and his watch. What does he admit in his own confession that he during tho last Winter had stolen had kidnapped and run off Cloven slaves from tho state of Missouri to Kansas. That a not stealing though i Aupp Oso that is not theft that is not robbery and we ought not to talk about this old menu As stealing in the common acceptation of the term ? what is it. I ask tho country i ask the Senate if it is not stealing robbery Highway robbery ? and yet these thing3 Are thrown out Pei haps a not intended but they do operator As an apology and of Coho in tho minds of Many for the infamy tho murders tho thieving tho Tisaj heroes conduct of this old Man Brown who was nothing More than a murderer a Rob Herra Alvie f Htiu a�?�trait7jr. K. I think. Or. President that so far is John Brown is concerned tho facts which i Havo presented stand a controverted. Tho senator has failed to touch them. He has it removed them bul has added strength and additional proof to what i said in in cafe Rico to them. It was not ni3r intention to consume this Leng h of time and i should not have said a single word on tho subject if tho resolutions could have been adopted without discussion and especially so if n reference had not been made to John Brown not being a murderer and a thief involving tho reputation and character of some of tho citizens of my own Btu to. 44 there does seem to to a providential interposition in this affair. Brown murdered Doyle and his two sons. Doyle left a widow and four helpless children. Justice seemed to be a Little tardy but it kept constantly in Pursuit of its victim and but a Short Timo since tho Man who murdered Doyle and his two sons fell a victim with Hia two sons at Harper s ferry. I do not say that this was a stroke of Providence but it was a Singu Lar coincidence. Iio Whoso hands were red Crimson with tho blood of a father and two sons fell a victim at harpers ferry with his own two sons. It seems divine Providence intended it As a rebuke an illustration that Justice will not Only overtake its victim but will Meto out Justice in a similar manner. 441 think or. President that i Havo shown the tendency of tho policy to which i have called attention whether it has been designed at All times by those who preached it or not i shall not. Undertake to say but i will say that tho effect of that kind of teaching has been the result which is so evident and i want to say now in to ii Iii of boasting to my friends Hast and Wosa North and South that tho time has arrived when encroachments on tho institutions of tho South should cease the Timo has arrived when to five Well nigh done a linking appeals to you on tho subject but All we ask of you is that As Brothers of the Saino great confederacy you will understand and carry out tho Constitution As it is and let us cease this bickering. Let us cease this agitation and stand upon the Constitution As tho cum Man altar and maintain All its guarantees an swear by our fathers and tho Gud who Mado us that Trio Constitution and its guarantees shall to preserved and in doing so to shall preserve tho Union and in preserving tho Union we shall have peace and Harmony and to pub Ype re Fly which Lias visited our country will continue to go it is fortunate for tho cause of Timith and Justice a and for tho future historian of this terrible civil War that Trio Correct history of old John Browne a inauguration of the policy of who Republican or abolition party was made by so eminent an authority As president Johnson and it is especially fortunate that this record was Mado in tho Senate of tho United states. It is a part of Trio debates of that body where it stands a contradicted and a refuted. It was an endorsement of tho policy of this murderer by tho North started and aroused tho South and finally drove it into secession for John Brown s raid Bias endorsed by Trio from almost every Church and school House the voice of prayer and lamentation went up to almighty god Canon izing his name and endorsing his infamy. Tie whole Republican press Lent its support to this abomination and with entire consistency when tho new England soldiers marched through this City they Mado it hideous As hell by singing and shouting 11 John Brown s and is marching so it is we Havo Little doubt marching 07�, through seas of fire in company with fiends thieves and Assassin a such As. Wore his companions and bettors in this life so it is generally speaking marching on to to music of despotism ignorance revenge Rind lust that swells up like a Gorgon from the bottomless pit out of tho Brazen throats of the negro worshipping mobs in marching on As a pestilence or contagion or a thing of horror Rind Deritta marches on 1�? behind its March Are Trio wails of widows tho screams of children tho vain implore tons of defenceless old Meo and the if mite Fotiou of manhood. Before it tho insane gibberish and fantastic dance of negroes of both the White and. Black complexion making night and Day hideous with infernal Delight. Marching on a alas poor country 1 alas Lui Man nature 1 Why do to write those things now because to love and would save our country. Because to would bring our countrymen of Trio. North to their son sos by holding up the John Brown raid As a Glass for them to see to Weir faces in Ayo would remind them that Thoro is both a god and a is Iory and that Justice and truth sooner or later will Wilip All the Shams and lies out of the records of human events. If the South has bellies to repent of to have crimes crimes which will Roll out of their Graves and Hunt us like demons through to vainly do to seek to assure Puree Loop by shutting our eyes and saying verily what a Good people Are we there is an oyo that to of idiot shut. Thuro is an Arm that we cannot stay. Time is an inexorable Avenger of Alf mensa wrongs and time will strip us Bare to the Bono and show what a carcass of frauds and Shams to Are. To repeat again tho last four years of Republican Rule Havo been a stupendous John Brown raid. Logically constitutionally they Havo been just that and nothing More. What we dare to 8ay-is -th�8rthat-John-bvownhad�? As much Constitution and Law for what he did As the Republican administration had for what it has done. This u what to say and no Load ing Republican dare attempt to Debato the merits of tho question with us before tho dare Coll Namos but they dare not debato., to Lovo truth and Rospoch jus too above All things. Two hold no opinion which to will not gladly submit to the Tost of fair argument and debate but these train tors of tho John Brown school dare not argue. They carry All Points by singing shouting up mobbing. Their throats Are trumpets Aud their brains gongs and sound ing my Donald Clark who was 9o Well known in now York a Fow years since As the 44 mad every one knew Clark by sight and one Day Whilo. Quietly taking his Dinor at tho Astor Illonso two Young sprigs of fashion seating themselves opposite commenced n conversation intended for the oars of Clark one said f. 44 Well i have been in new York two months and Havo soon All i wish to so with one exception.�?�. A a a a Eaid tho other 44 what is that a 44 m Donald Clark the great poet a responded to. 1, with Groat emphasis. Clark raised his eyes slowly from his plate and attention of tho table was on him stood up placed his hand Over his heart and bowing wit i Gravity to tho Young men Baul 441 am my Donald Clark Echo Gerrit tho Poung gents started in mock Surprise gazed at him in silence for a Fow moments and then amid an audible titter of tho company Ono of them Drew from a Quarter of a Dollar and Laid it Tyc Foro Clark still looking at him. Without . Clark raised tho Quarter in silence and dignity placed it in , and Drew Thonvo a shilling which Iso deposited Bosforo the Young gent with these words a a children half Price 1�?� Trio titter changed to a Roar and the exquisite Wero missing instantly. Peril of a and Doto is told of Fenny tho 4 revivalist a and a canal or to tho following effect. Lie was 44 holding Forth in Rochester and in walking along tho canal Ono Day Carao across a Boatman who was swearing furiously. Marching up to confronted him and abruptly asked a sir do you know where you Are going a the unsuspecting Man innocently replied that to was going up tho canal on the boat Johnny Sands. A a 44 no sir you Are not a continued Fenny 44 you arc going to hell faster Thau a anal boat will convey you.�?�. Tho Boatman looked at him in astonish ment for a. Minute and then returned tho Samo Mustion. A a 44 sir do Yoti know where you Aro going a 44 i expect to go to heaven a 44 no air you Are going into the and suiting tho action to tho word to took Fenny into his arms and tossed him into tho murky Waters whore to would have drowned a did Ortho boat a a to Clef cd m id go Hechim out. Genuine Aro no people in tho world with whom eloquence a so Universal As with tho Irish when Leigh Ritchie was travelling , he Passori a Man who was i Pri Ofril spectacle of pallor squalor and ruggedness. His Hoart smote him and to turned Back. 44 if you arc in want a said a Litchi a a Why done to you beg a a surely its begging i am scr 44 you did pfc say a word.�?�. 44 of course not Yor Honor but see Bow the skin is through tho browsers and tho Bones crying out through me skin look it Nio sunken chocks and the famine the to a staring in me eyes Man alive Isnit it hogging a Ara with a thousand tongues a a retired cheese Monger any allusion to tho business that had enrich cd him said to Charles Lamb in tho course of a discussion on the Power of Laws 44 you must boar in mind sir that i have got rid of to it sort of stuff which you poets Call tho 4 milk of human a. Lamb looked at him steadily and gave acquiescence in these Pithy words 44 yes i am aware of that you turned it into choose several years Ock a Post office clerk tolls the following 44 a Man called at our general Iel Ivory ode Day Quot Whon i happened for the moment to to engaged elsewhere in the office. Iio whistled loudly. I stepped to tho window and savagely inquired a Whoso dog Are you ?�?� a one of undo same a Bull pups a Gaia the quite composedly. I had nothing to say. Lie evidently cur tailed Bis answer. Kit a you leave your last place a inquired a Young housekeeper about to on Gage a now servant. 4 Why you see May am replied the applicant 41 was too Good look ing and when l opened the door folks took to for tho tit at Rheims a will has been set aside for 44 Inonu undo a a cause known to the code Napoleon. The ingratitude was of a very decided character for it consisted in murdering tho testator. 017 As people usually Sprinkle tho floors before they sweep them save an old Hacho Loreo some ladies Sprinkle their husbands with fears in order that they May sweep Trio Cash out of their pockets. Kit one of tho Western editors speaking of a Largo arid fat Cotten Prary remarked the it if All fish was grass he must be a Load of Hay. A a i expect i am a said tho fat Mam a a from tho Way the asses Are nibbling at o a a now mind you a whispered a servant girl to her neighbor 441 done to say How missus drinks but Between you and Uio tho decanter Dontot keep full All i Golf a lady is Tadkod Bow manuring she has can say with truth there is no end to them. Out a tall Young Man if to is Rich is a maypole for the girls to Danio around. Ic7at a Pic Nio at Albany on wednesday two wooden logged men ran a Rabo for $25. To the Hotei-kbeper8 at Boston have agreed to reduce their rates of charges fifty conts a Day _ 7------- sit a Silver Radlo iras been presented to tho lord Mayoress of Liverpool for a tic i it fan. V

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