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Carlisle American Volunteer (Newspaper) - September 04, 1862, Carlisle, PennsylvaniaQuot our country May it always be re Giitl but right or wrong our country. I i a v a a vol. 49. Carlisle a thursday september 4,1862. No. 13 Ucan Volunteer. Pud Send every thursday. Morning by Josiv b. Bratton. A terms. A Dollar and fifty cents paid Ain Juncos two dollars if raid within the Henrj a a a Rico dollars and fifty cents if not paid within Quot Quot a a a a Sheffo terms frill to rigidly adhered to instance. To subscription Discontini ipod until Are paid unless at tho option of tho in dior. A. A Auvert thumb to a accompanied by tho cast and not Cicura dig oho Square will to inserted three tin ii s for one Dollar mul Twenty five cents fore lab insertion. Of amp Foater length a Sirop Artioli. Jou printing a such As Fiand Hills posting Bills Paini it blots Blanks labels amp a <fce., expo Tod with accuracy and itt the shortest notice. The soldiers Soso. From the lady of the Lake. Flip lie Arth this Niht must to my Bod a. The Bracken curtain head Viii Lily Tiu with or a tread a far fur. Roig love and Thoc slurry. Eye Intro Stilly Laid a a. I a Condoli May to Ray bloody plaid my Vesper song by wail Sweet maid Quot a it will not Waken to Mary. ,. A i May not dare not fancy now a the grief that Clouds by Lovely brow j a i dare not think upon thy vow. A. it promised me Mary no fond regrets must Norman know. When burst claim al pm on the foe j tui3heart must to like bended Bow a like Arrow free Alary. A time will Homo fraught i or if i fall in. Battle fought a thy hapless lovers dying thought. A. Will to a thought on too a Ary and if returned from conquered foes hour blithely will tho evening close How Sweet to Linnet song Reposo a. To my Young Brido Anil Iuo Mary. Dow a Brave mis saved a City. Tho following incident which is related by an co witness of. The scenes described Moat happily. Illustrated the Power pos Elised by it single individual of a de Taminey will in Whin Are combined Cool Ike judgment and fearlessness of danger wit nil unorganized mob of in virgos thirst it in tir bipod and in their Blind fury Rock a m Ltd risk of a a comes. Theja Ali. Of. August 181-, was. It Day that will be Long Rera Ember red by the people of Detroit for it was on1 that Day time the old and i Bieile Hull in the of governor of the Michigan territory Tamul ully surrendered Bis important Post Lien garrisoned by two thousand Brave and 1 a efficient troops to tile British and indians. As the articles of capitulation were signed the enemy crossed the River from million and took Possession of the place followed by a rabble of Vilo Camp of followers and All the Savages that for some weeks bad been attached to the English Camp. Of course the Lei Feena. Were thrown into the utmost dismay at tho of the painted indians swarming their streets and the knowledge they might st any hour when maddened by whisky and. A Ilisco urged by their no less Savage allies a Idiong the Whites make and indiscriminate plunder of the town. But the influence a of tho Bri Tish general for some Days was sufficient to keep them Frem acts of open Vio Lonco end by degress the town people became accustomed to their presence and strove by All moans in their Power to ingratiate themselves into tho Good graces of their captors. Irvlen the news of the the tribes of the South West they gathered Smidu flir and near and poured Down upon the Wotier to share in the plunder which in inside nation of their being allies of tho British they deemed themselves justly entitled to. Detroit was filled and surrounded with Savages and the. Town became a scene of Drunken orgies and terror which the English were altogether unable to control. Scarcely a Day without an act of violence upon the unprotected citizens and tho nights were rendered sleepless by the fierce yells and whoops of these Drunken friends. One Day during the fearful period a Small party of indians restless Tor want of plunder am sculpt went to a store kept by a French Ihen mimed de Quider and. Too of them entered with the protons that they wished to Purchase something while their comrades remained without. Thore were lying on the of a n inf 1. A and demolished his doors and windows while his goods were being thrown out to the crowd waiting impatiently for the Osiier to be dragged Forth and Dolive Rod to their murderous knives. This sight gave flee Ness to his feet and Rushing into tho colonels quarters he found that officer to whom he briefly and As distinctly As his excitement would permit re la to a what had occurred and begged him to interfere if possible and provent the threatened massacre. Well versed in the Indian character instantly perceived tho imminent danger that menaced tho place and requested de Quin der to remain where to was let tho indians so greatly exasperated against him might kill him hastened to tho scone of excite Mont. A a a he was a tall straight. Athletic Noble looking Man. With a voice like Thunder and from his Long Intercourse indians of tho Frontier had acquired an intimate knowledge of their language. Pushing his Way through a ova excited to madness at not finding the Frenchman to mounted to the top of a. Low building waved his sword and in a loud tone shouted j a a a Leo 1 who Are tho cowards in this crowd a. The sound of this Well known voice arrested the attention of the Yelling rabble and after a Brief silence one of the indians replied a a there Are no cowards hero 1 Ive Are All braves 1�?�a a it is a liar returned the colonel stamping his foot with pretended rage. A a i toll you warriors there a re cowards Craven cowards among you a a a _ this insulting Acou Satori was received with astonishment by the indians at first and then they turned towards the hold Man who had Darcy to utter it with eyes burning with passion and a. Yell of Defiance broke from Thorn. But without moving a Nusele the of a Georis agent met their fiery glances Anquail red. He had changed the tide of feeling and thus far he had gained a very important Point. A a i repeat it a continued the colonel straightening his. Tall commanding figure to Ito it nah Oil the Trot no a nmn Rill its. Utmost stretch a a there Are cowards sneaking wolves in this crowd that i am ashamed to see among my Brave indians now let my Brave warriors separate themselves from them and stand on this Side of the path while the cowards remain about tho Frenchman s door they Are perfectly Welcome to plunder his worthless goods a the powerful voice of the White Man now struck cd upon tho ears of the Savages with Art electric effect and once More a revulsion of feeling took place among them. Tho tempest of angry passion was instantly subdued and and the loud yells to Low murmurs Whilo the entire mass As if impelled by one common sentiment moved together to Trio other Side of the Street their faces to where the Brave officer was standing seer nod to await his further orders. It ,.a a that is Well my friends a cried lie. A a now let every a race mail follow inc. Tho cowards May remain behind and secure their plunder a. _ so saying the colonel descended from his elevated position and led them to the common beyond the town whore mounting a stump Ijjas do Taino them with a Good natured Harapi Sti Hile he sent Ort to Trio Cnimnissa-ry�?T8 so no la a or a barrel of whisky. When it arrived in invited the indians to drink. The Barrek Jas soon emptied and another was sent for till under the mellowing influx no of the Strong water the fiery warriors forgot their late excitement and by the prompt Andi determined action Quot of this Brave White Man were restrained from further violence. Throughout tho night however there wore frequently heard amid the Drunken sounds the threatening words of a a fire blood scalps and but col. Mckee had provided against further Trou do from the discontented spirits among the indians by selecting the sober warriors and despatching two of the dwellings of the citizens who Laifi Boon most strongly threatened. These Fellows wrapping themselves in their blankets stretched themselves on the front door Steps As a guard the protect the inmates from any sudden outbreak of Savage fury. Thus tho energetic conduct of this Brave officer on that critical occasion saved the City of Detroit from the Torch of the Savage am its people from indiscriminate Slaughter. In great crisis one Brave Clear headed Man is Orth Many timid states Maui cowardly rhetoricians. A perilous ride. Counter two pieces of cloth. T�10 indians seeing them each snatched a Roll and turned to leave the place de Quin der called to tic i to Stop As Thoy had not Adfor tho goods but the Savages were passing out of the door to rejoin their laughing companions with the cloth arms when the Frenchman Tupi us Over the counter jerked tho goods Iron them and being a. Powerful Man pitched the two indians Inte tho Street Quot instantly the War whoop was raised by the party which was replied to form All parts of to town and tho Savages drawing their knives made a Rush at the impudent storekeeper. But the latter immediately be Civ Long the Tornblon storm he had i cautiously invoked sprang Back again to his store and of Keg the door ran into tho upper room Rorn which by a window made his escape through a Black Alloy out upon and on to tho fort where he begged tho a us Coa manding officer to protect himself so. Pm i cry i 0111 destruction. But the offi Rinju r a in would do nothing although he a urn in would probably Massa armm ont re population if they once got a a ti�?T1 in r slow a state of excitement from property alone that is in Dnn than a a to ,vi�lono0> a persisted the Fronch it 16 on re population is in the Ort vein a a enrages and unless you will a authority to quiet Thorn our streets funds of Ort your. Flow with Obloj of a llobihon6&Quot?/�?ot you or a coolly replied Tea Fow a t the truth is my troops Are and i a 1 null or to control the warriors Dea on Uthi Quot goof you annl a. Quot. Of therefore abruptly left the fort nod Tymn to a 9�?oartort of colonel my icon a not Nonni isl Ngel whom i19 knew a a was i an0,1k the Savages but had once Lioa unbounded-Influ-1 i 10 �ou�4 Seo that indians were or Ned a a from every direction pared f01. "a1, Luhs and tomahawks pre 1.1 01 a a int. A us we inti a a Kos Nero of the inhabit a a with nimj011 1-00 our Orion Scro ring of fat Quot a a Fonos upon tho air. A a i Hud ussom in?8-1�?� of tho Pill Teri do us top Amblod in front of his House c7 Artemus Ward he ing at a Celebration and exhibition was of tilted upon fora speech Whon he replied in a Toast to the Pliner sex ladies sos i Turnia to the Beautiful emails whose presents was per Humin in the Faro grown i Hope you re on is oco Ashun and that to Minnie and ise wot ter of which you air drink in May not go agin May you Allois be up fair As the Eon As Bright As Trio Moon and As Dutiful As Arney with Union i Agsa also plenty of Good close to Ward. Quot. A a a to Yure sox commonly bawled the. Pamir sex to Aro indebted for our Momiu As Well As Many Uther blessings Iri these to growns of Soiro. Sum poor a parroted fools Blaim Yuro sex for the difficulty in the Garden but i know men Are a Desot Ful set and Whon the appels had Begum Plum Ripe i have no Down Bat Adam would have rigged a Ryder press and like As not went onto a big bust and Boon Ort Ana a if rest aurthor was a lady and All her Daw Teers is ditto and non but a Lefin Kuss will say a. Word agin you. Lopin that no naive of Trubbio May Ever across youre peaceful breasts i Kon Kludo these remarks withe tho following Sonty ment r woman she is a Good egg. Surgeon Vav hat a tho Matte with you ? to Wook Back birr very weak Back. kneed you moan ?. , sir weak Knees Yery Woak Knees can to March , ill give you a writes a a upon Honor i hereby certify that the bearer a is week in the Knees a Gre at Ouw where he spent the. a to a nowning revealed to him the dreadful danger to had escaped from tho his beast and again did to Grieve for the had Wylo had dealt him when so nobly he was putting Forth More than human Power. Don John never did a Days work after that. Sometimes his master redo him Forth on a pleasure tour or drove. Him before n Light vehicle a few Miles with do me member of his family but his labors were Over. Nothing could exceed the care and attention that were Ever Given lifter. Lie Fod from a Manger made of mahogany his room was More Liko a parlor than a stable. And company to the doctors always paid a visit to Don John before they left. A a thus lived they Many years the do Etoi and his horse growing old together. Don John survived his master Soma years and when the Good Many a will vans opened. Ali pro was found a a Jause appended which iely Tod to Don John to this a feet that lie Shonis be Given to his youngest daughter. Sirs. Morrison while she lived to be cared for Jess he had always done and that he Shoom at his Eiith be buried yith hisi�?Tshoe8 on wrapped in his own Rich Blanket and enclosed in a befitting Box in the Corner of his own burying ground. Ills wishes 4cfpeq religiously Roit peeled and a two years Quot after to Learned Nis. History Don i Diho a Bonos wore buried in i Corner of the old Bury Iii Whitesboro. . K a Boston. Retd give publicity to the following incident which it locates City a within forty. Miles of the Hub of the the name of the town common cd with either a s of a a the Rural a done to say which a Railroad Man of that quietly Jolly style which takes with everybody who likes a Good joke but knowingly do a wrong criminal thing for the world is frequently called to this town and its Vicinity by business. One sunday recently lib Rode to a adjoining town and called on Dif acquaintance who had some very Rice bottled Eider which tho presumption is Yvo Hen our Railroad i lond cant away he was entrusted with a bottle of this cider to he delivered to an. Other Railroad Man . 2 Jie bottle was not very Bulky our. I Iohd had capt biome pockets in his coat and so he slipped tho original package into one of them. Oil arriving at the town of. Tho doubt tut name but which positively does begin with Oither s or a he saw the door of a. Snug Little Church Wido open and being a regular Hureh goer he went in. He had a seat aria prominent Pew with ladies in front a Deacon. Near by and the elite of the Eong Rogatien near him. The service were commenced and our Friend was Sooh hat influence which is always produced by the inspiring music the solemn invocation tid the sympathetic devoted Ness of an Ortli Odix congregation in a country Village. A a a a. The pastor had commenced he Sermon Trio Nudi neb aves us usuary attentive Aud our. Friend was just won or hug what illustration Trio pastor would use for a knotty theological Point relating to the punishment of sinners which he was just developing when a whack pop Spud 1 Willist 1 fizz a a a 1�?T outcome the Cork from the -bottled.cider, which i Osifo Friend bad forgotten All about just grazed a lady s full Crowno Bonnet going half Way up to the ceiling Abd coming Down with anti for pop into tho aisle. Forth from the month of the bottle issued a Yellowish White Stream like that from an Inch nozzle at fire engine trial Only boiling foaming. Ard who shrinks from defending his country. Hope he will be put in the front ranks where he Oan Truu surgeon a amp Oyve a handing the surgeon a Quarter thank you sir. I know i was entitled to o certificate. This rebellion so wicked and monstrous must to put Down. It has done my heart Good to see the on cig of the president in ordering a draft. He reads the certificate and faints.1�? Hartford dimes by Sam Foster done Tofton read the papers but when he Doos he Geno Rolly finds something which tickles him tho other Day he Camo across this a a Pam getting fat As the Loafer said Whon he was stealing lard 1�?T soon after he met a Friend who remarked on his stoutness.1 a yes says a yes i in a growing big As tho Loafer said when to was staling lard 1�?T a his Friend did no to boo tho a the Noble beast that forms the of jpy Story had been a Bay of the richest and Mist Glossy color with a Lone spot of White hair on tho forehead his Tail had been allowed to flow in curtailed by the mutilating knife naturally and gracefully As those of the Vild Mustangs of tho Prairie. A the ample Chest Small ankle and proud neck and tho a Vic apart and opon nostrils denoted gentle blood but at Trio time i saw him Phi ago had whitened his Beautiful Bay coat Long Tufts of hair were growing behind each foot his eyes were relic my and the few Long Teeth to possessed were Loose. .1 had noticed tho Caro and attention bestowed on him by every member of that family. Not a Day passed that his Nock and face were not caressed by soft feminine hands and if i had been surprised it that How much More so Yno i Evhen , who like myself was staying there through the summer would frequently throw both arms around has neck and while Bis soft Noso. Rested against her shoulder would Call him pot names Ond not her Beautiful Oyes would fill with tears Whilo thus eni ploy de. A a Don John received All these caresses As if had been accustomed to them frequently following one and another of the inmates like House dog my curiosity at length Liee Amo that i resolved to become acquainted with the reason Why he was thus honoured with the respect and attachment of the household. Not Many Days elapsed before i became acquainted with the reasons and i assure you gentle Reader i considered them sufficient of excuse any amount of affection which it might please tho Superior brute to bestow on his fellow the dumb one. Lie had belonged to or. Mosely of Many year a practising physician in time place tho doctor had a Eon called to Utica on business connected with his profession and Ltd been absent Throe Days. During Ono of those drenching warn breaking up Rains had set in. Mountains of ice Wero Rushing Down tho Mohawk sweeping everything before them. Overflowing the Bank carrying away Bridges and dwellings and alarming Matiy of the inhabitants As Well it might for one must see a for shot to understand its terrible importance. A one must Hoar the crash and Roar behold the mad Waters Rushing head wild eager for destruction behold the floating wrecks of Manya dwelling often hearing a a thing of life a Atud a human life As was witnessed not Long since on the Schiill Kiu. ,. The night was inky Black and Don John out the Way faithfully and steadily never stumbling hut with the bridle Mug lug Slack across his neck and i in nose close to Quot the Earth his master had Little fear for the consequences. They wore approaching a risk nov where a Bridge spanned the Mohawk and hop John whim a once or twins till a Slarp word from his master warned him not to show the White Feather. On the other Side he could just distinguish through tho dense. Darkness moving and glimmering lights and once to fancied he heard a shout but lie ditto hooded aught save getting housed As soon As possible and sleeping off the fatigues sons Ossent to his profession. Quot a a now Stop Don step sure old Oriskany Bridge to my own hand and your knowledge has lost Many a Plank a doctor patting Dies breasts neck and pushing the wet tangled front Loek from his eyes. They were now ascending tho Little Ena Inen co leading to the Entrance when the horse stopped. A go on. Sil-1�?� said the doctor a you Are nearly Home in still no attempt at Gitig on Aud beneath then the angry Waters roared and bellowed like maddened devils baulked of their prey. A a do you hear to sir 1�?� with a smart Buffet on the Nook and a gathering up of the loosened bridle into the firm determined band and the animal started a slowly steadily surely firmly though tho Broad Back slightly shivered from time the time and the gait was so measured and. Methodical that at any other time lie would Havo observed it. As it was he Only let him have his own Way though he might Havo smoothed his neck for he had kindly heart and his beat haul Laboured hard through dreadful weather and was sadly in need of and shelter a. Towards the end of the Bridge tho Steps be Canio slower and Onee stumbled in the Hind foot. A Quick grasp at tho bridle and a cheery a easy John easy sir a and again the cautious hoofs resounded on tho Hardi Road. They wore across for tho animal weighed and tossed his head till tho doctor Shook in his Saddle. A a one mile to go poor follow but first i and you want some so Riding up to tho Small tavern a Leer where a genial Light was shining from the windows he called loudly for tho landlord. A dozen or More of the inmates oame Rushing to tho door with lanterns which they Jarriod aloft and a a a Good god doctor where did you Homo from 1�?� broke lips almost simultaneously. A a come from ? Why from Over tho Mohawk 1 what is tho mutter ? has tho freshet carried Awa any of your senses ? lore Hoy a As dismounting he threw therein to a gaping follow,.�?o give John something Nice and dry him off. Keep him Well wrapped up while he eats and landlord i want a Tumbler of red hot Jamaica Quick 1�?� a a Botor a said tho group a a Havo you crossed tho Mohawk to night and if so How a a Yohy on tho Bridge arc you All drunk a said the exasperated doctor a said the old Gray to add landlord a a that Bridge went Down the Mohawk tills afternoon 1 come with to and i will show you. I if you. Only knows How you did it. _ a shiver went to tie be torn Short a lantern in hand he followed the footsteps of the men to the margin of tho a Wollow and turbid River where was the Bridge ? a almighty god 1�?� said tho Horr or struck doctor a a whore is my gratitude ? my Noble boost oame Over hero this night booked by me on this solitary string piece As he Falt erode a and the doctor sunk upon his neos in Trio soft wot Snow,-and.1 opt like to. Child a the men moved Hub Prtt of of respectfully and left him to himself. Nyhen after some Little time he made his Appel Ravoe a is eyes wore greeted by the sight of his horse surrounded by the entire household oath contributing to Render him some nssi8tan�?~oo. A a quart of warm ale was Given by one another rubbed his Noel and Chest with spirits a third dried his Glossy hide with worm flannel and others patted his Noel or caressed his Noso and face. Tho doctor Maine and took tho head of. His do a a Man who chop to in Short Masuro is boast against his breast and great warm a measure loss rogue. If in whisky lie is a tears rushed up from his heart As the. Long rogue in spirit. If to gives a Baa title to Gra Toful Tongue lapped ills masters face. A to land then to is a rogue indeed. _ it he gives John my boy and i gave you a blow in and Short Masuro in wheat then to is a rogue Joti tho words ended in a Low wailing groan Grain. And if he shoats when to can he is Mon Unoo erod their holds and turned their indeed a spirit in Gram a frices from him. And it length Lod him in Ido rogue. Speech of Hon. We. H. Wille. Delivered before a. Meeting of. 10,000 democrats and Union men in Square Phil. Aug. 23, �8g2. A or. President and Gont Lonion a no Man who is a Democrat and who loves his party who knows its history and who knows and fools How completely the history of Vojir party is interwoven with our Iti All its achievements and its development and who has suffered some during the. Last erg Teoh i month so a Sui Effing and a orifice which Only a rigid adherence to principle would sustain a that does not find in not alone to compensate for what to Navy Liao offered and makes his heart glad hut to give him Hope Bright Bright hop for a glorious future Liat is dawning. Great applause notwithstanding or. President that the democratic party of this Commonwealth and of thi8 Northern country has Boon assailed Dur info. At least a period of a year its faulty to the fed Oral government impeached its history vilified and misstated its purpose misrepresented As intended to be prostituted to the Haso designs of breaking Down our government and destroying our nation notwithstanding what has been done even hero upon this very soil the Pirth Plano not alone of human Liberty in an organized form but of its foundation free speech and Quot a free press applause notwithstanding that Here with in the sound of my voice a pin this by Creel soil menaces Haye come up to the democracy something and spluttering in an incomparable manner .0, friends al Fethes wore saturated and the a a part a of tho Young ladies in front and of various members of the elite All around did not Ostapo. Our readers can judge of tho sensation produced in the Church. A Ftp to help those uneasy men and women who wish to escape the noose of Matrimony to copy tho following from an English record of Many years Hack a a a certain lewd fellow of the baser sort came from a Long Way off out of the Shires and married a woman who had Heon whipped round our town More than Onoe. The Parish officers were her bridesmaids and her bus hand was not afraid of receiving curtain Lee Tures for their Solo bed was of dirty Straw on the dirty ground nevertheless he wearied soon of his life and went Quot to the Parish Elora seeking to be rid of his crooked rib. Solomon was sly and replying to his inquiry if the Parson could Unm Arry them said a Why need be trouble his Rov Orence have not Man and boy been his clerk forty years Como All he a Low tide ? i can do it As Well Asey or a Parson of them All and is sure As there is now a Good tap of ale at tho lot us go there you stand two pots and i will do All right for you. So after drinking out his fee Solomon took the follow Irto the Church by the priests door. A now a said he a you were married Here so put off your jacket and Kneel for tis a solemn business. Then they went into the Belfry and bidding him take off his shoes and stand on a Stool to gave him the longest rope a tie that tightly my lad round your Throat a said sol omon a and As soon As i am gone kick away the Stool. I will return in about an hour when you will be unmarried1, Aud out of All your troubles a a a coroners Minnesota an irishman by the Namo of of Conner was killed by one of tho same persuasion named Cochran and on his body Sata jury of twelve men half of whom Werp Irish who Rondo de tho following verdict which As a Ohi to Graphy orthography etymology syntax and prosody novel Quot 1ms be ii been beaten even in Minnesota. Herb it is All but the spelling which to have no Typo to print. A that Martin of Connei Libra lying dead came to his death by a shot from a gun which caused the blood to Rush in torrents front his body so Tomt it was Impo silo for him to live until1 the could hold on inqubst.�?T. Father and son a a As tho of rovers the Young ones a Good Story is told of a certain Man and his wife who Wero almost constantly quarrelling. During their a Narrold their Only child a boy was generally present and of Tourso heard Many of his Fathor a expressions. One any Whon the Hoy had been doing something i Ong tho Mother intending to Oha Stiso him called him and said a a come Here sir what did you do that for a tho boy complacently folding his arms and imitating his fathers manner said 1 Soo hero Madam i done to wish to have words with any and to tho patriots of this Commonwealth threats have been made that we Dore no meet Here to night we Havo assembled As freemen groans for the abolitionists Anda voice a give it to them Strong Quot \ i repeai�?T1,me president and. Gentle we a Tomt of excising Thia privilege an old time privilege and until a Abiy recent period never doubted and never denied vib Are Here in the sight of gods heaven to speak our opinion boldly. Prolonged applause in order to speak our opinions boldly As to what we conceive to be our duty now in this the hour of our country a peril we must speak first of the history of our party and its achievements and then As to the duty which devolves non fhe democratic party at this period Nyhen we speak of the history of our party we speak of hut the history of rights and privileges which form the foundation of our Freo government applause and when we speak of to achievements of our party we Are speaking of Only the history of. Our Coli by. And our government and Only of those things which Hove Nide our government Groat and glorious and powerful in All that she is great and glorious and powerful. Applause Yve have Ever thank god from our foundation been the party of tho Law and of the Constitution cries of that a so and applause we have Ever been min Iii Tyte defend an individual when assailed in. The exercise of the least of his constitutional rights we Havo Over been the party to defend a class when assailed in the exercise of the least of their constitutional rights we have Over Beon the party to defend a state when assailed Iti the exercise of her constr and notwithstanding tho slanders that Are put upon us we have Over been and will now be the party and tho Only party a to defend the Power made up of tho Union of All the states in the exercise of its constitutional rights deafening and prolonged applause the forbearance or president which we have exercised it is fitting i should say a word about. Yob have exercised a forbearance which perhaps for the first time in the history of bur party in this country 1ms shown How much we love and How strongly we Aro attached to the Constitution with its Powers and its guaranties. Applause i have no desire gentlemen to discuss questions with which you Are Well acquainted and Evon leading questions Are at this moment involved in the Torrible struggle going on. ,. But what i want distinctly to do la this and you will find that our resolutions distinctly declare the position tho democratic party holds in this Commonwealth and As we holi ovo in All the states of the North i desire to say that to will not allow the foul a Landorous to say to us that to Are lacking or failing in our fealty to tho Federal government that to Are not Loyal to tho Federal Power and that we Are pot waiting to put Down Southern treason at the Point of the Bayonet. No party abolition party with its superlative its sublimated insolence applause and laughter could Shargo us with such a foul thing As Tomt. We have Ever been the party of Law and legally authority. Tho country has Nover wanted a defender Tomt it did not find it in the Dom oratto party. Applause to Aro moreover tho an a fighting party in this country. Great applause and cheers and that happily is not a figure of speech to much As it is a figure of arithmetic because if you take up tho Rolls you will find we have sent four or five democrats for every one cowardly abolitionist. Eyvhon you Are told that we Are wanting in fealty to this government and do not want to see this Union restored you can hurl tho foul lie in their throats and show what the democratic party does when it goes on Southern soil and pours out its life a blood freely for the defence of our government. Great applause for our Southern Bret Horn usurped Power Ana attempted to break Down the Constitution and5 destroy tho Union and when they did this they became our Eno lies alike or South. Applause Tomt they were once our Friend is is True but it was Whon they were Loyal or when it to Bolive they Wero Loyal. they to came disloyal to the Constitution and sought to break up the Union they boo Rae our fops. I oat. , and cries of a a thai a so a a that a tl�6 print a amp of gentlemen i made some reference to tho exe Reiso of civil rights in this Timo of War. Lincoln the Justice to say that in the declaration which to made in the beginning of the War he was then is i believe Hini to be now earnestly anxious and sincere in the pro seen Tion of tho War to the Best possible termination by putting Down secession and restoring the Constitution and the Union. Quot. And before i take my seat i will give Yogi or. Lincoln a Ovid no of that the documentary evidence that he is sincere in prosecuting trip War in that Way acid for that purpose. But How lbs it been with or Lincoln a civil Power not the preside it Bic self but the men sworn to be his constitutional and risers in the. Senate and House. Look at that factious Yongi Oss and to May Woll sympathise with or. Lincoln in the exercise of his Power in the Fodora government. There was counter proposition after counter proposition having no Othor possible effect or tendency a than to Embarrass or. Lincoln the Cabinet officers and the masses of this country in putting Down treason and tho Kob Ollion. Applause. Treason Aye treason upon the Senate floor rank and foul was Day after Day culminated in violation of the policy of the administration in bringing this War to a successful close. Iti am very Happy to say that the Fodora Power of this govern Merit the president and the Secretary of Var for whom we ought to , because they Are invested with Power and our duty is to. A Espeut and obey i although the parties exercising it May riot be Naon of our Choice i am Happy to know that they have no feeling with people in various portions of the country claiming to belong to their party and putting Forth the idea that All civil acts and functions at this Timoi applause ,.a no i will Tell you gentlemen what you will find. The president Whon i believe to be an honest rim and a Patriot will Ere Long be compelled to cry out for his friends to defend him against tho Rani and treasonable abolitionists a a Quot. A a this then gentlemen is the first outpouring this is the first civil gun fired for the Federal government and tho enforcement of the Laws. These people Tell you that can exist without the Constitution. Now we to o said to be in cd Una to a people and nion1 who Havo gone through colleges put Forth this idea. , if they could Only go Back to the Good bid times arid take a course , they would read in the begin Ning How this Union was Nide a the Story is vory simple and if. Fri Aioli Tio talks to you Tell him that in 1783, when peace was declared the colonists a am tog Thorand had an understanding or b compact or what was called a confederation. That was intended for Mutual defence and the general welfare but after b few years in 1786 or 1787, it was found that the confederation was. Powerless it could not borrow Money. It had no status abroad it bad no nationality and could not stamp the peal of nation falsity on the citizen of Brinn a say thei a is the Power of All tho the old world and stand in tho midst of the prudes time Peri lists arid that Signet placed upon your brow show that you represent a. Power or thirty people who win wipe out any insult put upon you. There was no Union then. The Union was formed by the Constitution and. It was the Only Way Ini whjc.i1 that , could be made by adopting b Constitution which Dei Day and night the evil is menacing your lib. Orgies Atud the Freedom of your person from arrest no min has Liberty Quot under it Quot and now. The evil monster has threatened this of immunity and every Man woman and child in it. A Quot but Iler iry stay was too great Aud National. You know his Fate his heart was broken before death touched him,.and he went. Down to his grave not Union bred and Usu ing but to be wept and worshipped by up nth rations to come for his. Great and. High a purpose upholding tho nationality of the Federal Union a a ,. A a a 1 Tiow is it a ont those men who talk of free speech and a freq press Nyhen the great a ind god like a relist or anti Home from Vash in ton after the greatest Sot of his life when to expounded the Constitution and predicted the results that would certainly follow if it was violated when he wept Home to Boston and wanted to speak in Fine rail Hall Whie was dedicated by its Forjin Derp free speech for the first time in that City the Inas Siva doors of that Temple were closed by inst the old Man and to turned and wept and said a i will speak-tothepebpleolmassachusetts.�?T1 lie did speak to Thorn on Boston common with nothing beneath him hut the Stone Street and nothing no love but gods canopy lie said a a people of Massachusetts who have done Rii Ueli in this great country hut unless you do o be to lung Yon have not All. The rest is nothing. You insist conquer your Preindl. I want to saw a word or two on that subject. You will remember that no War can to successfully prosecuted hero unless tho civil lower of Oporto with tie military. Although be Sori of is distinct in one respect Yot Thoy Are inseparably connected in almost every other. ,.in 1812 when to waged a War against a foreign enemy the civil Power of operator with tho military and we were in 1848, when to waged a War against another foreign Power the civil and tho military authorities again co operated and to were successful again it is very True that to had Onesios then in Power in Washington who wore against Trio War As we Hayo now enemies in Power Thore who Are opposed to the present War. A. Nyhen this War Broko out Pennsylvania ave Hor own Freo will offering of honest hearts in this Groat contest under tho in crossion that the government would Buccos Nelly carry on this War to restore the cons to Titian and the Union and i will do or. Ega Tod. Certain Powers to the government and reserved the others fast states or. The people. I will no weary you by telling you what we. All know to All know what the Constitution is though t regret to say Thore Are Many men who pay no respect to it Bow wisely these Powers Aro created How. Essential they Are made to tho states and the equipoise of the. Powers made up of the states How your rights however Fri Risole arid modest you May be Rico Sac redly guarded by the Constitution and that whatever to have achieved has been Rio Hilved by it. The of Lier Union was not per Bot the Constitution Gaye us a perfect Union and that Constitution alone can give us a perfect Union. There Crin to no Union the Constitution. Great applause. Now gentlemen our history upon that Point is Plain. Wyo always obey tho we do what tho Law says. If the Law is not Wise that is no a Jason Why to should. Not obey it. On duty to obey an unwise Law is As Plain As our duty to Ohoy a Wise one because we know we can very soon have the Laws altered to snit ourselves. ,. J Wlms on the other Side are1 the teachings of abolitionism ? they Mikic. Their own Laws to serve their purposes they Nevor wore the party of Law and the impudence with which they now come to us is Only worthy of our contempt and of such an organization in this City and Stato As will wipe out Quot tho. Iasi vestige of them. Prolonged applause i would l Ike to read a Little to you from Tonry Clay. , i wonder if Trio a a i zionists will have any difficulty in knowing great immortal Clay would stand were to Here ? we Havo on this stand Gen Lemon who fought with him ardently and faithfully during his Long life Loving him dearly and clinging to him in All his efforts to perpetuate a great National party. Applause see How the old Sago of Ashland Speaks As with Tongue prop Letio from his honoured Gravo. Seo what he prophesied us tho condition of this country if abolitionism Over got tho upper hand. I will rend you Whit to said in 1843, almost Twenty years ago. Lie despaired even then faint and glimmering As tho Streak of Light appeared hero in the North that danger was coining but tho great Man with his prop Letio mind looked out into tho misty future and clearly depot of tho condition of things that must re Ault. Lie asked Walter Colton to write to tract. He said a a show tho origin of slavery Trace it to the British government it is disposed of by tho Constitution that it is loft exclusively to tho states except Iri regard to fugitives direct taxes and representation show that tho agitation of tho question in tho free states will destroy All har conquer your Prev dub pcs. J now a single word and i am done. Other gentlemen Are to follow and i have trespassed too Long cries of a not at All go on i want you to i have to say because i know cd ii ill lie glad to a Bear it a i want you to know that off the Iri Imei a fill Clay Grid is being kept now by tho president of these ten ipod states deaf ening applause and Cheeps Llerve is an extract written yesterday by the president which deserves the respect and marked consideration of this meeting arid is Lidder cased. As a proper rebuke to that Arch traitor and. Disunion�8t, who Lias been trying Rill his life to this nation Horace groans for Greeley. I will not. Read the whole letter it is printed in the Public there is one paragraph stands opt like it Stative 17�?�?�jas to the policy i seem to be pursuing As you say i Jimye not meant to have any no i doubt. I would save the Union i would save it in the shortest Way under the constr tut Iori. Great Opp Parisel he sooner the National Uri Hority can he restored the nearer the. Urivon it vill be the Union As it was.�?�. By hot is meant by. National authority i. By y,.,tlio1gopstitrit�9,n/ the Btu is to re a authority Aud it is thought this. That he do clares it to be his purpose to save1 be Unior. As soon As lib can. a no gentleman a single word. Fiem Embezi what you live to do. Observe the duties and obligations of the i Lizeri. by promo kid. Or betrayed it any violent action. Quot do not lie. Partie Ipatowa in a invt my Wui Cli. By the slightest semblance looks to the violation off tho Law or is wanting. In Respeto Trothe Law. that the Long Lino of our history in your keeping and mine. Jet us he patient let us be. True. Fat is say that our Ipen Gpe Toj the South to beat Down tren.?Bri,�?~ tit does Cost Northern blood an j let Trejo be. against Quot. us do All that hot let us contend Jeoff . By to assemble fori to Frev Dom of speech i do not meat the. I Riensi of a speech that Speaks treason. No. At this Tipsie the speech of freemen in this Community qijj9 lit. To be guarded Rodriq the Liberty of up Geo. Of the press arid of the employ onto those end rights in High have i Thorp been regarded As undoubted to Luis let us do by the Hopes of our fixture the a right Hopes of tho party which is Soop into Power and which is to s up ii a port tho president in the exercise of his ugh function a under the Constitution. Or. Yvette concluded amid great applause. In English woman on the. stars ind Mony and finally Lead to a disunion Perpetu Ato War Trio extinction of tho african1 Rato and dospotism.�?T. Applause a a by t the great Lum of that tract should be to Rouso the Labouring classes in the fro Statos against abolitionism. Great applause Pepiot the consequences that would Rollo from Immy Diato abolition. Tho slaves being free would be dispersed throughout tho upion Thoy would enter into Competition with the from la Boror a with the american tho irishman and Trio Germany reduce his wages to confounded with him and affect his family . Applause. Arid As tho Ril Trca go both for abolition an Amalga ambition a they show that their object is to Urbito in marriage the Labouring Black woman and tho White Man and Roduco tho White Labouring Man to the dose ipod and do graded condition of tho Black Man. Orica of a never a that is tho great Clay says and is. Not his prophecy flu most Fon frilly fulfilled ? it stands hero in fearful record before an English lady of Rii Job intelligence.ahd.-, refinement Lylion has resided in this country for twp or Throe years past recently sent to her sister residing near London the lines and music of a a the Star spangled Banner a and bearing a representation of our a National Ensign and other symbols. The following extract from the them has been handed us for publication a. A a the Star spangled is for my Niece Ftp e a Hope that for the Sake of her aunt she will learn to play and sing my anthems. A a to you my dear sister a Little Bra Colv i Lavo worn1 Iti spy by Sabiu. If my. Brother by a thinks it to poor for you to Wear Tell him that it Cost More the Tab. A by million dollars and it is Worth fully. ¿11 if Cost. Its a request Walrie is in the fact that in was won by arrive hearts and the beat blood of freemen. Could i afford. It the Devica should be formed of precious st nest with thirty four diamonds to represent its stars., a a this. Flag the stars apr. Stripes my dear sister is the Symbol of All that is Noble and Beautiful. A. Brooch similarly adorned was Given a Short t Ino since to or Osgood. For his sunday school. I was so Rio Raqu muted with a Cross and was ithe Symbol of religion of Freedom of Union of glory of a no Era Wiful and Clemont government of a free and enlightened people Ever going Onward aspiring after perfection of a Horne for the friendless to Refuge from the tyrant. ,. I a a if we wore not Horn in Good old England the Mother of this coun try we migh t Long for tho Honor of being born rider the Beautiful folds of tho Flag of the from. I have chosen it for Niy winding Sheet and my friends Horo Promise Tivey will wrap it around to Whon a iyar my Little or ooh pay dear sister if Only for a week. It is worthy to the Loaft of one who is among gods fairest works for a woman who is All her creator do signed her to to As daughter wife arid Mother is no of these a. Favoritps.�? i live Ever of Brigid in says a so Siblo writer a a that the men who Are really most fond of the , who cherish for them a High respect nay reverend them Are Seldom most popular with the Jinx. Mon of More Assurance Liose to Grieb Are lightly Hung wbk i Riak Worie Supply the place of ideas and place compliment in Tojo room of senti paint Ore the Fuy orites. A True respect for woman leads to respectful action towards them and. Rospert is usually a a do a Tant action and this Groat distance is taken by them for neglect and want of interest a. A a -4 a a. A a f oozed be to Vila Rico was Ono Day told that two tho court had Qatar Rood and very much a by Sod oath other a a a Havo. They called each other he Skod a no.�?T. A a vory Woll a said he a i can reconcile

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