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Carlisle American Volunteer (Newspaper) - September 14, 1865, Carlisle, PennsylvaniaVol. 5�. Carlisle pa.,thursday, september 14, 1865. No. 13. Pm incan Volunteer. Rubl faded event nun say Hornuno by John ii Bratton. I�4 team is Dallara if paid within tho Anil two Bollara and fifty cents if not paid in tho year. These terms will to rigidly add Fred to in every instance. No subscription Dia apr tit cd until All arrearage Are paid unless at option of the editor. V accompanied by to can and excelling Ono Shunro will to inserted three it a fittes for $2.00, and Twenty five cents for cab adult 1 insertion. Elioso of a greater length in a Lori Orion. \ Job i Tiki a such As hand Bills Postag Bills Pampl 1 to Blanks labels to. &c., Oxe outed with a a Conroy and at tho shortest notice. A h Jno. C. Graham attorney at raw a a Ivy of office formerly occupied by judge Graham a Novor str cot Oarl Islo. 8efik 7, 65-ly of Sadler attorney at Law Carlista a. A Odd in in Volunteer building 3outh Hanover be. Sept. 7,�?T65�?ly j. I. We Elev attorney at Law office on South Hanover Street in the room formerly too upion by a. B. Sharpo. ? be 27 1s62�?�in. _ $2fi la. Newsham attorney at raw. Office with we. H. Miller esq., South Quot to Corner of Hanover and Pomfret streets far lilo. Dec. 22, 1862�?tf Cha e. a Fly Orney at a a w. .5frice in Inhoff building just opposite the Market a Duso. A Tea 1 sle March 13, 1862�?ly. Pfc a . J a. Folk attorney at Law. A Kuti. Office with Jamos r. Smith esq., recon. S Quot Tallulah business ont rus cd to him will to prompt is attended to. Fob 6 1883. C. Hett flan attorney at Law. Office in Rheems Hall building in he Roar of the court House next door to the we id office Carlisle. Fob 4,Ai-f0, a jambs a. Dlf Sbar a att at , 1�?Ta. 0 next door to the Gurican printing office �?T11 up doors West of Llanna a iums64�?ly is hotel. F. E. Beltziw Hoover Torney and counsellor of Law Carlisle Penn a. Office on South Llanover Street oppo Sito Bents a store. Special arrange Zinent with tho Patent office is to securing Patent poetical. Ide Barefoot b0�. By Rico. A. Iii Stibr. Blessings on thee Little Man Barefoot boy with a Hooks of Tan i with a Pernod pantaloons and thy sorry whistled tunes with thy Rod lip rodder still al Sod by Sara Borri i s on tho Hill with tho Sunshine on thy face through thy torn brims Jaunty from my heart Hee Jay i was Barefoot boy. Of boyhood s painless play _ Sloop that wakes in laughing Day health that mock s the doctor s rules knowledge never Learned at Shooll of tho Irmild Bee s morning Ehase. Of tho wild Flower s time and place flight of fowls and Habitude. Of tho tenants of the Wood. How tho Tortoise hears his Shell How the. Wco Douek digs his cell and the ground mole sinks his Well How the Robin feeds her Yong How the Oriolo s nest is Hung where tho whitest lilies blow where the freshest berries grow where the ground out trails its Vino where tho Wood grape clusters Shine. Of the Black Wasp s cunning Way Mason of his Wall of Clay and the architectural plans of Gray Hornot Artiz Hosfor eschewing books and tasks nature answers All he asks hand in hand with her to walks Faco to face with Hor he talks. Part and parcel of her Joy blessings on tho Barefoot boy i cd Dorily then my Little Man live and laugh As boyhood a an though the Flinty slopes be hard to tub blog a spread the Newtown Sward Evory morn shall Load thee through fresh baptism of the Dew a every evening from thy feet shall tho Cool wind kiss the heat and too soon those feet shall hide a a in tho prison cells it Pride lose the Freedom of tho Sod Liko a Colt for work be shod Mado to Troad tho Milos of toil a up and Down in coa9oless Moil Happy if thy tramp Elk to found a Uji fever on forbidden ground Lapp if they sink not in Quick and Troa chorus Sands of sin. A that Thoo know thy Joy Ere it parses Barefoot boy Rcpt. 22, 1864-ly Rufus e. Sii Avle fit Torney at Law. Carlisle a. We trends to securing and collecting soldiers . Pensions bounties i c. 6 j jew office on South Hanover Street opposite s store. Fob. 13. 1862. It a. Ceo. 8. &ea.r1ciit, the Baltimore College of dental surgery few Dice at the to Fidenco of his Mother East a a a Stried. Three doors below Bedford. A i i dec. 22, 1s62. Mme or a Mammoth Trees. Enormous As those fir Trees Are however they Are still surpassed by the red Wood and Mammoth tree two Allied species whose i men Sciens task the imagination to realize a the former is founding considerable quantities throughout Cal Itroia speaking of it Douglas says a a the great Beauty of California vegetation in a species Ofta sodium which gives the mountains a most Quot Peculiar a i was almost going to 6ay awful appearance something which plainly tells us to Are not in and it would appear that this solemn character has reigned Over the landscape not merely for thousands of years tho rings of annual growth in one tree where they were counted proved upwards of twelve Hundred years but far Back into the dim abyss of time before even the wandering Savage passed under its Shade Down in the tertiary deposits. Lesquereux has identified this tree among the Fossil remains of the tertiary strata in Vancouver a a Mammoth tree or Wellington a Gigantes is still Large than its Cousin the red Wood. The average dimensions of a full grown tree Are about three Hundred feet in height and ninety feet in circumference but lord Richard Grosvenor saw Ono four Hundred and fifty feet High and one Hundred and sixteen feet in circumference. The portion of the bark of one of these Trees set up in the Crystal Palace has familiarized englishmen with the general appearance of its Stem the bark is of great thickness and strength a property which is essential to the existence of the tree for the Timber is so soft had Brittle that but for the bark supporting it it would be broken across by tie wind. Tho following account of on expedition by or. Patrick Black to procure seeds of a it illustrates this As Well As some other Points of interest. is Only known to exist in three localities one at Calaveras tho Grove first discovered whence the specimen in the Crystal Palace was obtained and where ninety two Trees still remain another at Mariposa which contains about four Hundred Trees and a third in Fresno county the Trees in which amount to about six Hundred. The Grove selected by or. Black for his operations was tho my Riposo Grove a a Well supplied with ammunition for the seeds were to be obtained by shooting Down the Cones which Are about the size of walnuts and cannot be reached in any other Way he took his departure for the Mariposa Grove which is a Long Way in the outer world not that it is without it own inhabitants its own hotel kept by an old Hunter nay even its own authorities As or. Black had Liko to find to his Cost. He took no his quarters with the old Hunter who May rather be said to have kept open Bouse than a hotel As the sky was the Only roof he and a roof a pin gently not yet being considered essential to the comforts of a hotel in these parts Althom one might have thought that it would seeing that tho Forest is six thousand feet above the level of the sea and there was Frost every night while or. Block was there. He visited the Grove daily shooting Down a Cone or two see that they were Ripe before beginning collection. He soon found How to i to i 01� 9r. I a. Lodi is Dew. List 0kk removed from South of Znovet Street to West v Pomfret Street opposite tho female High school j Ca Lialo april 28, 1861. 1 Coal and lumber Yard. If the subscriber having leased the Yard a a a a Jar formerly occupied by Armstrong amp Hofford re a purchased tho Stock of Vamp goal and lumber Yard together with an immense now Stock a fwu have constantly on hand and furnish to order and Quality of seasoned lumber. boards 1 scantling f. Frame stuff in Pifling. Plastering lath singling lath worked a is amp Yonng and Watko boarding posts and rails i every article that belongs to a lumber Yard. Quot a sir a a kinds of shingles to wit White Pine him a a and Oak of different qualities. Having oars to Ftp Tny own i can furnish Bills to order of any ii a length and size at the shortest notice and on the a Vanost reasonable terms. My worked boards will be Jet under cover so they can be furnished dry at Jet constantly on hand All kinds of Fame a a a by goal under cover which i will deliver clean a Quot to any part of the Borough. To wit Lykens Val a Ley broken egg score and nut Luke fiddler a Tetrev Turton Locust Mountain robbery which 1 a a pledge myself to sell at the lowest prices. A in. Best Quality of l a burners and blacksmiths Coal a always on hand which i will sell at the lowest Fig Yard West Side of grammar school main Andrew h. Blair. A a accidents a three thousand Ono Hundred and eighty Ono persons a last their lives and nine Hundred and thirty five other persons suffered bodily injuries by accidents upon american railroads or steam bolts or by explosions of powder magazines or the fall of buildings in America during the period Between the close of the War for the Union and the 31st Ultimo just five months. These figures supposing the whole year to present a similar record would give a total of Quot seven thou Sand six Hundred and thirty Toto deaths and two thousand two Hundred and forty four persons wounded within the space of twelve months. If to could arrive certainty at the number not of the accidents of the above classes accounts of which appeared in print but of All that have occurred daring this five months the aggregate would be still More startling. But that would be tho first Effort of railway officials is generally to conceal disasters and next to belittle what they cannot ignore. The Public Murt be Content therefore with such information As it can obtain and draw the clearest conclusions Deducible from he before ill fit to still retain the same position us Lac from of Delancy a Blair which will be xj6itrricd on As energetically Aso of at their old i near the Gas House. As our purchases will invade together at tho head of the Market we Tel con Dent by so doing to to Able f6 Accomac Jato our customers and tho Publio on. Tho. Most a amp Onn ble Terins. Having relinquished the Tan Ling i will Devoto my entire attention to tho Coal old lumber business. All kinds of Coal Aud Cumber kept constantly on band and in tho Best ind lion. The lumber Yard will be Nian Agod by a Geo. Zuloff Whoso experience and skill is Well Hown to tho Community. By strict attention to omness Short profits and a desire to do right it Ope to Seonrye a Liberal share of Publio h. Blair. June 15, 1865-tf 1a rpets1 carpets 11 carpets 1 1 it we have just returned from the City with i Lull Supply of All Grados and qualities of carpets mom the cheapest hemp up to tho Best Quality of three ply. Also All widths of floor Oil cloths window shades rugs Matts looking glasses to All persons in want of any of the above goods for the coming season will do Well by giving us Kan Early Salt a we always Tako great pleasure in f exhibiting our goods and defy oomph tuition in this i Narket. Please remember the stand 8tuth-e�< Igor nor Market Square directly opposite Irvine a Boot and shoe store. A Leidich a Miller. It is to twid in dirt rating these Cono visions that we have prepared the statement to which attention is called. One of the commonest attributes of our nature and perhaps in a peculiarly High degree of american natures is soon a time of danger or a period of discomfort. An avoid enc occurs on n railway litre or a Quot Steamboat which is of a very fatal character and we remember it perhaps until the coroners jury has gone through its farce of and Nas settled upon its harmless verdict but no longer. As for the hundreds of minor casualties. Who reads of them or cares about them unless they Are shown Foith in their horrible Ogg Agate of suffering and death. Then and not till then we begin to perceive that we have travelled for months with a terrible average of risk to ourselves and we became indignant and alarmed and inquire what is to be done ? our own opinion is that Ria thing Short of the vigorous fiction of Publio prosecutors will meet the evil. But what a disgrace it a a that no punishment even under the present system is Ever meted out to Publio murderers for those who control these death dealing agencies but do not prevent their horrible Slaughters Are no better than nay we cannot see in Arhat respect n careless curtain or a reckless nil Nad a ploy be who neglect the supervision he is employed to use is morally the the Vrr Etoh who slays Bis single victim for a Little Mou of or to gratify revenge. Nor in thus speaking Are we using Ian Guage on Whit too Strong to meet the ogee in pc inf. In new York state alone there were 285 persons killed and isl injured on rail Dyb during 1864. Compare thib with the 20 deaths from the same cause in England Duril the same period. Is there nut a pretty sound conclusion Alti in Able i the whole a abject of criminal neglect on steamboats and railways is one requiring instant consideration. And we Trust that what we print will not As an incentive towards its being Bru Ugat York timer. My i if or desirable property in the i North East Quot portion of tho Borough of Oarl Islo. A Noe Home for a Small family. Apply to. , do is age my or oms. The new York Herald says the name of the a a Loyal Pardon broker who received $500 for getting the presidential signature to a Phi Don was Hon. Thomas Corwin. ¿7�?� the Sharps Rifle factory fit Hartford conn., was. Entirely olo Sod on saturday night for the first time Siree it has been in operation. A a oar Devil has got the Blue Ever that it would take a Battery of ammunition and an army of sharpshooters to make even a moderate Coll motion of seeds. The seed is exceedingly Binil a Mere scale so that the product of a whole weeks shooting Iglitz be held in ones Waistcoat pocket. M Black soon tired of this and seeing one or two Trees of less size than the others and he ing apparently a Man of a Jogi Oal turn of mind Ennie to the conclusion first that it won old be easier to fill his Wallet by Cuttin Down a tree than by shooting Down the Cones second that it could to done and lastly As could be done it should to done so boldly putting behind him the fear of the anathema of the new York courier and of tho Gar Deneris chronicle a Well As the nearer Tor ror of the local authorities at once with tie assistance of his Host and two frenchmen that the three most civilized nations in the world might All be represented in the perpetration of the sacrilegious deed proceeded t i put his intent into execution. They first selected the smallest tree which they could find in the Grove it was Twenty four feet in circumference and took Black and the Hunter three Days hard work to level with the ground one cutting on each Side of the tree. Increase of appetite growing by what it fed on another and another shared the same Fate until they had actually out Down four of these magnificent Trees the last and largest being forty two feet in circumference which took a week to Cut and fell before the two frenchmen a not however before the echoes of their axes Reno hed tho ears of Jingo Lynch who soon stopped the fun and in simple but language gave him to understand that it would be dangerous to try it again. In other words tho if thormities interfered and although they did not Lynch which would not have set the Trees up again they told him that they would if he Cut Down any More. He found the Wood exceedingly soft and Brittle so much so that one of the Trees in falling snapped in three places before it reached the ground carrying away whole or Fries of Silver firs and Pine before it. But the bark was correspondingly Tough and or. Blok and his friends found it a great Deul worse to Cut through than the Wood this being one of those Beautiful compensate be arrangements which we frequently meet with in the mechanism of review. Checking perspiration facts a Iii Efery Bothy ought to Enow. 1 Edward Everett Borame overheat to in testifying in a court room went to Lia Neuil Hall which was cold sat in a draft of air until his turn came to speak a a by t my hands and feet were ice my Lun �3 on fire. In this condition i had to i and spend three hours in tho court he died in less than a week from thus of eking tho perspiration. It was enough to k u any Man. _ professor Mitchell while in a state if perspiration in yellow fever the certain Ign of recovery left his bed went into nother room Beamo chilled in a moment Ana died the same night. ,1 if. While perspiring or while warm of than usual from exercise or heated room there is a sudden still cold air Damp at most hero for to a draught whether at an open window or door or Street Corner the inevitable result is a violent and instantaneous olos ipg of tho pores of the skin by which waste and impure matter which were making their Way out of the system Are compelled to seek an exit through some weaker part. The. Idea is presented by saying thut the cold had settled in that part. To Illus Trato #. A lady was about getting into a Small boat to Oross the Delaware but wishing first to got an Orange at a fruit stand she ran up the Banks of tho River and on her return to the boat Futino herself much hefted for it Wos summer but there was a Little wind water and her clothes soon Felt cold a hair settled on her inns and within tho year she died of consumption. A Strong Man was working in a Garden in May feeling rather tired about noon he sat. Down in the Shade of the House and fell asleep to woke up Chilly inflammation of the lungs followed ending after two years of great suffering in consumption. On opening his Chest there was such an extensive decay that the yellow matter was scooped out by the a bu8ton ship owner while on the deck of Ono of his vessels thought he would lend a hand in some emergency and pulling off his coat worked with a will until he perspire fr6ely, when he sat to rest awhile enjoying the delicious Breeze from the sea. On attempting to Rise he found himself finale and. Was so stiff in his joints that he had to be carried Home and put to bed which he did not leave until tho end of two months when he was barely Ablo to hobble Down to the wharf on crutches. A lady after being unusually Busy All Day found herself heated and tired towards Sundown of a Summers Day. She conc Ludo to take a drive to town in an open vehicle. The ride made her uncomfortably Cool hut she warmed herself up by an hours shopping when Slio turned homeward it being late in the evening Blie found herself More decidedly Chilly than before. At Midnight she had pneumonia info emotion of the lungs and in three months she had tho Ordinary symptoms of confirmed consumption. A lady of great Energy of character lost her Cook and had to take her place for four Days the Kitchen was Wurm und there was speech of Hon. George h. Pendleton in tote Ohio state con nation. Or. Pendleton said he would i Jet detain tho convention Long that this was not the time nor tho place for much speaking that i10 would not enter into details nor discuss at length tho topics which appropriately belong to this Campaign. To congratulated the convention that at length grim visage War had smoothed Liis wrinkled front and the questions now to to considered belonged to the. Domain of argument and nol arms. He congratulated the country that the democratic party still Livos in All its vigor to confront these questions and to put their solution to the cubical test of those principles by which it so Long and so safely and so prosperously administered the government. -. A a the demo Nora tic party is dead a say our opponents. Let them look Here upon us this Day and believe that in numbers at least it is formidable. Let them look into tho history of parties and the philosophy of the government and if they answer Quot honestly they must say that so Long As a free government shall last it Hera must be there will be a party asserting our principles advocating our policy and probably bearing our name. The War is avowed object of breaking the military Power of the South is accomplished. The surrender of Lee confirmed it. The capitulation of every armed Toree Between tho Potomac and the Rio Grando ratified it. The March of Sherman to Washington the review of the armies and the mustering out of regiments and brigades and divisions. And corps established it. And yet Here and a there and especially now when the exigency of elections requires the exer cite of arbitrary Power or the support of extreme positions we hear from some sex major general who wants an office or shoddy contractor whose maw is not yet filled or in natio who wants More Power that the War is not Overset. Why not has not the fed Erill Power bean ? Blavo not the Constitution and the Laws been asserted Over the seceded states ? on the22d Day of july 1861, the Republican party in Congress declared a a that the War is waged to defend and maintain the supremo any of the Constitution and to preserve the Union with All the dignity Equality and rights of tho several states was this True then the objects of Trio War Aro accomplished its purposes Are attained and All that belongs to a state of War should cease. We i ingot be deceived. It is a false pretext to cover Over illegitimate ends. It seeks a screen Lor the use of usurped Power. Courts martial military commissions suspension of Heb Cas Corpus suppression of newspapers interference with Rico speech nud free elections these have been the fashions for years past. When we re we were told they were the Nee ordinance of secession were invalid it was utterly void inoperative for All purposes ineffective upon either the people or tho territory either in their relations to tho Federal or the state government. They also agreed that if it were valid it severed tho Tio which bound the state to tho Union. Tho Stato resumed tho delegated Powers and become again wholly Independent As it had been wholly Sovereign. They both agreed Tomt tho states were Sovereign were Independent a except in so far As they had consented to to bound by the Constitution and that whenever they recognized the Nower of the Federal government As defined by the Constitution they had performed their whole Federal obligation and that in no event wore they subject to control or interference with the organization of their local government or tho management of their Domestic the one party however claimed that when they denied the Federal Power and obstructed its operation armed coercion might be used to compel obedience to its lawful requirements. This was the extreme doctrine of the federalists this was tho theory of who Callad themselves the friends of the government. This was the theory on which the War was commenced. This was the theory of coercion. This was the theory of or. Lincoln Whon to said that alter a War the same questions would exist As before. This was the theory of the Crittenden Resolution and the Republican party in Congress. This was the theory of general Sherman when he entered into with soneral Johnson. And to said rightly that its Observance would bring peace from the Potomac to the Rio grander a veritable Penco a pacification. Res Stanco to Federal authority would have Censed armed forces would have been dispersed arms and forts would have been Given up the Federal Laws would have been executed. On the other hand the state governments would love been left intact the functions of civil society would have been unimpeded tho civil Law would have been administered by Ordinary tribunals the ordinances of secession would have been re Peu Lod or treated As nullifies the Federal government and state governments would by this time have revolved harmoniously in their respective orbits and then Toth Statos would to left is they properly belong tho questions of negro suffrage and new constitutions and the relations of labor. I think general Sherman proved himself oven More Wise in negotiation than formidable in War and that his statesmanship Mora than his arms would have maintained the Union. But in these latter Days a new theory has sprung into being. It is tho offspring of More than Yankee ingenuity stimulated by More than Yankee fanaticism. It holds that acts secession Are both valid and invalid valid to destroy the state invalid to tho Union. The state of Virginia adopte.1 and ratified the Constitution not As Pult of the people of the United states Jot As a majority of the people of Virginia but in her a Snake . Is very much in. The habit of a drawing tho Long one of his stories is As follows a did you Ever see one of these hoop snakes a a no a says the listener i did no to think Thore was any such things of yes 1�?T says or. M., a in be seen me and my hired rim was Down there in the Home lot by the Side of tho Road and we seen something rolling Down the Hill and says i a i guest that Ere must be Ono of them hoop snakes coming my hired Man he was afeard and climbed up a tree but i took my Hoe in my hand and went out and stood Side of a tree in the Road and when he came along i Sunok out the Hoe handle and he hit it a slap and. Made a noise jest like a pistol and sir it warn to More a a minute alter that Are Hoe handle was swelled up Ebbig of my log i a 0�?�ln 1832 William h. Johns a Welsh Miner came to this worked at his Trade in Pennsylvania succeeding Well Fie bought some mining property there and after a Long career of business Prosperity died lust week leaving an estate valued at $2,000,000. During the past three years his income amounted to $614.863. He bad lately Given $5,000 towards building a new methodist Church in Pottsville. He leaves five children to inherit his wealth. Draught of air through it. When the work was done she warm and weary went to her chamber and Laid Down on the bed this act was repeated several times. On the fifth Day she had in attack of icing fever at the end of eix months she was barely nolo to leave her of bomber Only to find herself suffering with All the prominent symptoms of confirmed consumption such As Quick pulse night and morning cough night sweats debility Short breath and falling Awny. A Young indy Rose from her bed on Ano bomber night and leaned her Arm Ottlie cold window Sill to listen to a next morning she had pneumonia and Ysuf lured the horrors of asthma for the remainder of a Long multitudes of women lose health and life every year in one or Inore ways by busying Thot selves in a warm Kitchen until weary and then throwing themselves on a bed or sofa without covering and hips in k room without fire or by removing the outer clothing and perhaps Chango the dress for a common Ono As soon As they entered the ouse after a walk or 0 shopping tho Rule should be invariably to go at Onoe into a warm room and keep on All the clothing for at least five or ten minutes until the forehead is perfectly dry. In All Weathers if you have to walk Aud ride on any occasion to tho Riding first.�?hall1 s journal. The tree of life and what care of it that very Good paper for antiquarian literature As Well As architecture the builder has got together the following legend of the tree of knowledge a the Angel guarding the portals of Paradise gave three pips of the tree fro m which Adam and eve had eaten to Seth fio placed them under his fathers Tongue when he buried him in the Valley of Hebron they sprang up into three saplings which by the time of Mosos had United and become one. It wis with that Fie struck the Rock David also possessed this tree and after having performed Many wonders with it planted it in his Garden in Jerusalem. Solomon finding it Large and Strong had it out Down for one of the beams of the Temple but the workmen were unable to make it fit in anywhere. It was untimely thrown into a Pond when it Rose to the surface and formed a Bridge. A when the Queen of a Sheba saw it she told Solomon that one would Inrig on it who would be the Savior of Adam and All his posterity which caused him1 to1 have it overlaid with Gold and Silver and placed Over the door of the Temple that All who entered might bless it. Reho Boam however stole it fur the Sake of the Gold and sifter and Brt ried it out of sight. But u Well was dug Many years afterwards just Over the spot and a up came the beam to the surface of the water. This was the Pool of Bethesda. As it floated there it was sized by the jews and fashioned into the Cross upon which the lord was nailed. Roa Mon tried. _. A _ Ebsary incidents of a Stato of War and aids a Ato tho War making Power that when the capacity As a Sovereign state regulating her War ceased they would cease. Then they i relations to other sovereigns. The of l con were maintained to support them. Tho War is at in end. Many of its effects can never he erased. The deep furrows Quot Sociol and govern mental system can never be smoothed Over. Relations to other Sovereign federation and been practically dissolved the new one and not been formed. Virginia was absolutely Sovereign and is such Gnevo her assent to the Federal Constitution. By int its influence on the feelings and character of our people will remain. Tho relations of not she became n member of tho Union. By that net alone he her command alone her citizens owe obedience to the Federal government. Virginia repeals that a t of rated 0�. A Pind a a a May yug i Jai a a a a at. �.�-5 a a a lots which it i Trio Union and to relearn her self from Fedor 1 t 1 1 1 _ _ 1 1_ Rel lil i _ aptly restored. Raised must be settled. The results has brought about must be accepted. To cannot recall tho past. We cannot undo what has a been done. We cannot re establish exactly the old order of things but we can be just and Truo. We can bravely and a honestly meet new issues and like Wise men accepting the unavoidable yield to accomplished facts. We can As nearly As possible Odhero to old landmarks and thus secure to ourselves All the blessings of Good government. Al obligations an l her citizens from obedience to Federal Low. These gents then aver that the act of repeal does not dissolve the the tie which binds the territory the Union but does destroy its state government does dissolve it is a political Community does absolve tho Federal government from All duties and does Confer upon it All Powers of management and con Quot i will not any that the gentlemen do tool. A a not themselves believe this doctrine but i j. 11 i Quot. It. J a n x will Sav that if they can maintain it the War let tho dead past Bury its dead. Let Tju w for con am the result is then the South is subjugated not to the Constitution but to tho will of the North. And then it follows that the imposition of negro fun fringe of new constitutions of amendments to tho Federal Constitution us forget the War except for the which it teaches. Let us banish it As tho memory of a horrid calamity in which the innocent and the guilty the pure and the wicked the unfortunate and tho undeserving the conqueror and tho conquered alike suffered a common woe. If any would recall to nourish hatred Between tho sections or to excite the people of either Section against each other let his name and his Fame be no cursed let him be anathema Mara Naira. When or. Lincolia delivered his inaugural address he said a a suppose you go to War. After much suffering on both sides and the advantage on neither you will have i he same questions of Intercourse to Settle which you have he was right. We have had War we have had much buffering and what Are the questions remaining the statics of the in Trio states and the relation of the states among themselves. To a demo Orat these questions appear easy of solution he brings them to the test of the Constitution. The Constitution declares that the Powers a not delegated Are it Aleo defines the relations of the states. No Power has been Given to the Federal govern rent or airy of its departments to interfere of civilians Are absolutely prohibited i a for Ono Boli Evo it to to my i Glitz st duty to give him a warm support if to will not go so far i will support him where he is right and As earnestly condemn him when he is wrong. The party which been diverted in tho midst of the terrors of Trio past four years from its steady support of the rights of tho states and tho rights of to people cannot to seduced by Hopes of Power nor driven by fear of. Consequences to abandon that position now. It demands nothing which is hot prescribed in the Constitution it will to satisfied with nothing less it will to unselfish and Earnest in its support it will to determined and Active in its opposition it Risos above party Aims it banishes party aspirations it will to Truo to him Hoover to May be who will to Truo to tho Constitution and the country. Tho questions Nowin controversy touch Trio vory organization of tho Federal govern most. They revive the old theories of confederation and consolidation. They Are hidden under spurious and deceptive names reconstruction is our opponents use tho word Means not restoration of the Union but reconstruction of Elm go in tho Frame work of tho government and every change proposed is in diminution of Trio state and aggrandisement of the Federal government. Delay in reconstruction Means that military governments Are to he used to Offoot them. Tho tendency of War ii to consolidation. We m fist resist it. It will Lead to despotism local Solf government tho rights of the states confederation. Those Are Thyl Only Hope of Liberty. Our fathers saw this and they formed confederation. In few and simple words they established the test of All questions. A All Powers not do Legato Dara let us bring All to this let us 8olvo them by it and As far As human Wisdom can ,-wo Escapa ail dangers. Shall to Chungo that test now ? shall we destroy the states shall to impair their Powers ? Are we Wiser More patriotic More honest than our forefathers ? no. Lot us restore the government As they Mado they gave us a Blessing lot us beware that we do not make it a corse.tli�8pceoh vits warmly received and elicited throughout marked attention and great applause. Iii Kosoi ii Eris at a Beer Garoon a pro Fessor Thiersch has Long stood nearly at tha head of Trio classical scholars in he was especially interesting to to a Chausa i first gained a Radical knowledge of tha greek verb As Long ago As 1822, by studying a work of his which my teach for or. Simeon Putnam accidentally possessed. He was not at Home Whon i called but in the course of the afternoon to Cuino to our lodgings Anco called on to. Lie is a Gray headed old gentleman and always a Cine and accompanied by a dog. Iio Speaks English a very Little. Lie invited me to walk with him to a a Bier Keller a where he would introduce to to tho principal celebrities of Munich. I forgot the name of tho Keller hut Agasi Siz will doubtless remember it As he must a have been there Many a time. It lies at some distance outside tho City on tho Hill which is hollowed out for Beer barrels. The but lace is occupied by a House and Garden with Trees. Under the Trees Are arranged Plain wooden tables and benches to match. A band of musicians is in attendance and As tho opening comes on tho whole is lighted with candles. Tho extensive gardens Are rapidly filled with All sorts of people students citizens with their wives and daughters professors lawyers and so on. The Keller furnishes absolutely nothing but bavarian Beor. And Black bread for which each person pays six Groshen or about four or five cents. If to wants anything else he must Brig it wit Lahihi. Arriving at the place professor Thiersch conducted me through the tables the occupants of which saluted him with the greatest respect is we passed along until to found the one lie was in search of. There was sitting stub Trio author of an admirable work on Greece full Norayer tho author of a great work on the so livonian immigration into Greece Muller the first. Orientalist in the restoration of civil Law. Or the continue Germany and four or five other gentlemen Anee of military Rule Are questions of polio Whoso names Are classical in Trio literate to not Power and to this position do these Gen of the ago sitting on a rough Bench at a to. R. / 11 .1 �?�___j__4. ,./ Hie or muck find Wenther worn a link. Leman most of All things desire to reduce them. Midway Between these positions is adopted by the administration or perhaps i ought to say by president Johnson. He believes that the question of suffrage belongs to the states. To believes the ordinances of secession Wero invalid for Evory purpose utterly void a that they do not affect either the territory or tho people or the state government hut that tho officers of the state governments in resorting to War became usurpers and by Force and in fraud Norver led the Powers of the Stato to illegal lands that their Abiff to far As executed arc utterly void. This usurpation Eop Plunto the which Tiff dormant imperative now but entitled to All the Powers and rights of the states when the usurpation displaced them. Hence a Afif Points with the status of the people i Provis of go Roth is old machine to change or define the relations of the fattes m Tion and peek a Pivotal Point on which its revolution Samll commence i wish the president had gone he would have done better if he had accepted Shor mime a truce lie would Honvo done better if when he received the sub Mireion of armed forces he had recognized the leg Iii mate Powers of organized state governments. Rut he has done Well in this that he recon ctr the following is o copy of a letter received by a Village schoolmaster a sur As you a re a Man of Collego i intend to Intel my son in your Skull a Jefferson a decalogue of canons practical they Are t1. Never put off til to Morrow what you Ean do to Day 2. Never trouble another for what you can do Yotseff. A 3. Never spend your Money before you have it. 4. Never buy what you do not want because it is cheap it wih be dear to your. 5. Pride costs us More than hunger thirst and cold. 6. We never repent of having eaten too Little. 7. Nothing Iff trouble Sbano that vie do willingly 8. How much pain have the evils which have never happened Cost us. Of. Take things a whys by nei r smooth handle. 10. When angry count ten before you speak of very angry a Hundred. To each other. If the War was waged to maintain the supremacy of tho Constitution surely the Success of the War and the attainment of pen tee should not be made the occasion of impairing it. These questions must be the states themselves. If the War was for another purpose if Blok republicanism was All a lie if coercion Una a base pretext and Armod revolution was the real design we coi Quot l or question a what ought to he the Constitution ? and to this question Nitro go Erv Ceabie patriots from Ohio or Are being brought. Men High in authority h i fir Iron tho states to propound it toffs. I see that s citizen of our own state now on the stump in aspiringa3 sq6n a8 possible an to be represented in both houses of Congress and on fives and senators from Southern states un-1 these Points i desire Ftp give him a cordial Massachusetts that he desires tho states to resume their relations to the Federal gov Man announces that he will never to the admission to Congress of Beer Septa of Oyuku to w vented in both houses of Congress find on these Points i desire 1 Quot til they Quot shall by their votes have adopted and Hearty approval. The pending amendment to the Constitution tho first desire of every now is the and another changing the Rule of represent pacification of the country tho re a a a t a tation until they shall have shown by their ways a fifties arts Prosperi ties of Peak off and aptitude for free As he freking this can Moat speedily and by terms it. By the a oily with which they polished by securing to the people of the South can put their hands on their Mouth and their self government on a a Mouths in , he fawning Sylb us pee Mihe Goverio a do this it plants Degro de the Mel veg by base servility. Union. The Constitution will a i am in favor of no change in the constr need Only be observed. Its provisions a Kafesis the Federal system instantly without delay Freedom and Prosperity. I secures the rights of the states at Home. It Esh Ejus Only that they acknowledge the supremacy Righta of Fodera government inures of the Constitution and admit its provisions the Liberty t f the citizen. It the a resident to to the to dog Ruie of it the state anti fed will fairly administer it if he will make an eral action a and this because the cons titu honest Effort to apply its provision sit who fion or oath a a confederation of a Bual states will remember that the Powers the Feder two theories have alone provided in this al government Are my delegated and that government from the beginning. the la it Are All reserved that trial by jury denied the right of secession the other free be eos free press Are to by held Mio to loin Tinea it. Both agreed fort if the late that military Oom Mimone for tho trial ble of Black and weather worn plunk each with a pot of Beer and a slice of Broad As Black As the table. An eminent Jurist whose opinions Are Law. Over half tho civilized world bail brought in his pocket a slice of Ham wrapped up in a piece of now Sanper which Lay before him and added something eur Halaut Ial to his entertainment. ,. Lie Cut it up with a a of knife and Laid tho. Bits on the thick Broad. Professor Thiersch called the Damsel in attendance ordered two pots of Beer and two slices of Black bread and to joined tho Learned revels of tho company. I never met a Moro intelligent genial and pleasant Circle and for the Sake of their delightful conversation i readily drank tho Beer and Ato the bread which without such a seasoning i should have found it impossible to worry Down. It was a most curious and characteristic scene and i love described it partly for Agassiz with whom i wish you would talk about it. I think to will Reeo Nizo the Fidelity of the picture. At tha Ond of tho evening to returned and professor Thiersch invited Rao to his House. Ilis family was seated at a Tea table in tho Gnu den Kis wife two daughters and a sister and n8 i Lead not supped very heartily at the a a Bier Keller a i had no objections to a Nice cup of Tea and a Sandwich. Professor a Felton a letter from at Uitich 1854. A sporting Yourg lady says. A a if to Tourso of True Lovo never ran smooth a Why done to they wafer it regularly until they got tho course so smooth that a Dunkey could run upon itys b3> a contraband in washing Tori being asked tho other Day How to liked Freedom said of Berry Well but must Hab de right of suffer Oge a fore i so rea1 of if it was not Good for Adam to live single when there was Only one woman Ott Earth How very origin Nelly guilty Are old bachelors with the would full of Protty girls. E7 works of Art of tho value of a Mora than $445,000 Wero exported Iron Romo in 1804. Pc a a curious inquirer desirous to knot How he looked when asleep eat with closed Eye before a Mirror Ono of twin Brothers died. A fell out meeting Trio survivor asked a which Iff it that a dead you or your brother a c7�?� Many of the slaves used to abuse slap very and now they abuse their Freedom

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