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Carlisle American Volunteer (Newspaper) - September 21, 1865, Carlisle, PennsylvaniaYol. 52. Carlisle pa.,thursday, september 21, 1865. M 14.americanvolunteer. 1\�?~>n Rudlin sized every t nuns Dav to nigh by voi1n b. Bratton. Quot a terms. dollars if paid within Trio a year and two dollars and fifty cents if not paid a Muin ill year. These Terras a ill to rigidly add a a Orel to in every instance. No subscription Dis of Fiona nod until All Nero stages Are paid unless at m of tho editor. Disc Munts accompanied by Thomasr and tiding Ono Square will to inserted three r $2.00, and Twenty five cents for each al insertion. Those of a greater length Quot in s a amp tho Opad i \ Ariot exec Tom 1 add Job-1 k Jamni dict a Ooi Krau nil vgo such As Iland Bills Post Itig Bills i Blanks labels it face. <fcc., executed with he at tiie shortest notice. We. B. Butler to a Thoene y Jit let a. Carlisle a. Or a with we. J. Shearer Esq. Sop 14, 1865�?ly. Jino to attorney a t l a a a fico formerly occupied by judge Graham in it in a South Hanover Street Carlisle. Sept. 7, a Only. Sadler attorney at Law cart l Lisle a. In. Volunteer building South Hanover sept. 7, 65�? by f j. Ill. Weakley attorn e v a t l a a if yet ice on South Hanover Street in the room formerly occupied by a. B. Sharpe. 1 27, 1sc.2�?9m. _ ii. N e w s ii a min attorney at Law. 1 Jav Price with win ii. Miller Esq., Southwest Corner of Hanover and Pomfret streets \ a a 1 a dec. 32, 1462�?tf fellas. E. , a t t Orney at a a w. A or al face in inh Ofifi a building just opposite lbs Market House. A Carlisle Mareb 13, 1802�?ly. J. W. Foulk., attorney at Law. Oif Iee with James r. Smith Esq., Rleon. S 11. All business extras cd to him will be prompt Jed to. A feb. 6. 1803. A it Quot my. Kicic Bam or attorney a t Law. Tit toe in rhe Etna Vilall building in tho re arvo the court House next door to the Ralu a office Carlisle. Feb 4,i�l-f9, jaw is a. O us bar % attorney at Law. A Wowk Carlisle a. next Dyor to the american printing office doors West of Hannons hotel. Jeep 114. 1s.04�?ly _ of e Beltzhoover Mol Tolt yes and counsellor at Law Carlisle Penn a. A a if al lace on South Hanover Street oppo Sito Montc s store. Special arrangement with the Patent office e p i securing Patent rights. A 4-ly a Kufus s3. Sofa Ley attorney at Law. Carlisle a. A a attends to securing and collecting pm. Soldiers pension bounties Ltd a. Just office on South Hanover Street opposite Ren Fob. 13. 1852. Ceo. S. Seari Guir a fro,/1 die Baltimore College of dental surgery Torneo at the residence of his Mother East , three doors below Bedford. Ca 1 so Doc 22,1802. By. 1 a a a Coonfi amps Bek list has removed from South Hanover Street to Wost Paraf Street opposite tho Foumalo High school i Tel Oslo. April 28, 1864.opal and lumber Yard. A Pili subscriber having leased the Yarda of orly too upion by Armstrong amp Hofler u14 purchased tho Stock of 1 Coal and lumber Inho Ufa Togo Thor with an Immons now Stock i. Re Fol Liaw constantly on hand and furnish to order Jill kinds and Quality of seasoned Juji Timber a. Boards a scantling. Frame stuff , plastering lath singling lath worked. Flodung and posts and rails and of a by Arriolo that Kolonus to a lumber Yard. of shingles to wit kit Pine Hom a. A a Ltd Oak of Dif Toront qualities. Having cars a a a a own i can furnish Billo to order of any o lab amp Ltd Imd size at tho shortest notice and on the Josu Vino enable terms. My worked boards will be kept under Oover so Thoy can to furnished dry at. All times. I h o constantly on hand All kinds of Fame i a co al under cover which i will a Clivord of tho Borough. To wit by Konsul Lotfi a a Ken egg score and nut Luko fiddler. M in Locust Mountain robbery which i myself to sell at tho lowest prices Quality of Meb timers and blacksmiths1 Coal on band which i will sell at Thel Wost Fig Ard West Side of grammar school main Andrew h. Blair. Elsol still retain the Ramo position if the a of pfc Blair which will Bod on As energetically Aso or a to their old cd a car tho Gas House. As our purchases will together at tho head of tho Murkot soft by so doing to to Able to a commo a our customers and the Public on tho most a Nable terms. Having relinquished tho Tana i will Doo to my on Tiro attention to tho Coal lumber business. All kinds of Coal and it or kept Cousta utly on baud and in tho Best on. The lumber Yard will to managed by g to. Zuluet Whoso Ope Ienco and skill is Well. To the Community. By strict attention to no a Short profits und a Musiro to do right to Piru in secure a Liberal share of Public Patron go. _ Andrew h. Blair. Juno 15, 1865-tf arpels carpets / i carpets 1 to have just returned from the City with a Supply of All grades and qualities of carpets pm the cheapest hemp up to tho Host Quality of Jawo ply. Also All widths of floor Oil cloths i av-0w u6sj Matts looking glasses it to i persons in want of any of the above goods a coming season will do Well by giving us. 11�-. Y , As we always take Groat a Lasuro in rns our goods and defy Competition in this please remember the stand Sruth a a nor Market Square directly opposite Irvino opt and shoo Storo. Jap Ion Miller. A a Landlady a daughter a there came Throo student Over the Rhino Dame we Torfs House they in trod in it a a Dame Worter Hast thou Good Beer and wine and where is that Lovely Daug Tor of think a a my Beer and my wine arc Frosh and Clear my daughter is lying cold of her Bior a they stepped within the chamber of rest wheres Riund Lay the Maiden in Black Robes abreast tho first he Drew from Hor Faco top veil a nah. Wort thou alive thou Maidon so Pulo who said As he gazed with saddened.brow�?. A or dearly would i Lovo thee t the second he covered tho Faco anew and a coping to turned aside from tho View a Oak to that thou Lios to on. Tho cold Bier tho Ono i have loved for so Many a tho third onco Moro uplifted tho veil to kissed tho life so deadly Pale a it lion loved i Ever still Lovo i Thoo and thee will i Lovo through eternity a and that kiss Tea it Kies with promote loan flame thrilled with now life that quivering Framo. And tho maid prose and stood by his Side that students own loved and Loving of the freed1ien. Do Yankee preachers proach to kill Thoy quench tho spirits thirst i wish Dora Broad of life would fill do empty Stu muck Fust. Day talk about do promised land with milk and Bony flowing but won i reaches out do hand. Dares no notch rations going.3ft to�anm0, a debt. Debi is death living death whereby a Man Sells Hie body if not his soul to his creditors. Debt in a mortgage on ones Arm ones head ones feet ones Muscles ones body one s life to tho mortgage. Debt thus is slavery and a curse not Only upon one s self but if a National debt upon one s posterity. A National debt mortgages a Hith crts free people to capital masters and owners of a nation. We Are Bond men and Bond women and children and our children s children become a find men and Bond women. Every Pound of bread we eat every Pound of by eel on our table every garment upon our bodies every thing we touch taste or Lind to is bonded to the interest on thie debt to capital. We work for life to interest to capital. These statements arc not overdrawn or fanciful. They commend themselves to tho understanding of every one of How extremely sad must to the reflection to the people of the United states that the National indebted Ness As Nowa acer Tai Rcd is estimated at $3,000,000,000, and that when it is fully ascertained and settled wid be at least double that sum. And. That the expenditures of the government now exceed by far the receipts. Taftt instead of lessening the indebtedness it is accumulating annually. That they and their children and their children a children for unborn generations while the government exists must undergo this a a living and How consoling it must be to them to reflect that the dominant party the party of a retrenchment Aud Reform a the party styling itself a Republican a a a Union a amp pm is claiming that this a living death is a National Blessing and is endeavouring and will if it have the Power fasten it upon the people As a master stroke of tho vagaries of this dominant party have thrown upon us this a a living death a and we and. Our posterity Are doomed thus to Buffer it should to borne by All equally and not inflicted on the millions while tho thousand is Are favored and exempt. Does it Uncur to the people that those who Haye been Fortu Nate with this Quot worlds goods and Are Able to take of this National indebtedness a govern intent Bonds Are entirely exempt for the amount from National and local taxation ? and further does it occur to the people that these bondholders Are further favored with their invest Cut ? they Are allowed to make it the bus 8 for bonking institutions driving out of existence All state and other institutions of this character flooding tho country with National currency and upon which they Are enabled to make Largo gains and profits. Does it occur to the people that this policy is driving from circulation the recognized Money of tho world and giving us an inflated unhealthy unsteady currency that is doomed like All of its kind to failure carrying Down with it business and prospects and causing want and ruin throughout the country does it occur to tho people that this policy with its ingenious devices its arraying in compact organization the capital of the country in the hands of the few to grind Down and oppress labor and make slaves of the toiling millions a does it occur to tho people that capital is surely fastening its insidious coils upon and will monopolize the products the Bone and sinew of the country direct its efforts Swallow up its rewards Rule with an Iron hand sport in grandeur and laugh Wilh scorn at tho stupidity and squalid misery of its victims ? do we think rightly and seriously ? and if we do do accordingly ? does it occur to tho people that Thoy have the Power the Power of control and if by any want of action or understanding they permit themselves to be bound hand and foot body and soul now and forever that they alone Are responsible now is the time to think now is the time to act and in their might and with All their Power let the people Rise and with a United Effort Brand with eternal infamy this policy that favors the few and oppresses the Many this policy Union party so called that does violence to that great principle of government a a the greatest to the greatest Adver Tiser a a it is Etta i that a portion of the Cabinet Are opposed to tho tir i of Jefferson for treason. It is al o stated that tho is in favor of trying him before a civil ten years hence. Address of or. Crow to his Costi Inelli in 1875. The following is supposed to be tho address ten years hence of or. J. Cos or Crow who has represented this District in Congress for Ono term and is seeking a,ro-oloction.�? it will be seen that or. Crow is a politician of the Liberal Stripe and is for allowing White men some very important privileges particularly the right to marry coloured ladies fee a Exchange. To my coloured and White constituents of de 17lh congressional District fellow citizens i Hub Folt greatly flattered by do Call you hah made on me to a candidate for re election to Congress from Dis District. De knowledge of de Lac i Hub done my duty for two years As your representative Hab been a great source of Couso lation to me and Dis great Public endorsement of my course in do Legi Santib Halls As a statesman and a Patriot Hab filled do measure political Ghuy full to do top. Ridout flattering mys of i Hope you All know i would scorn to do Dat i tink i can say wid propriety Dat i Hub did As much if not More to elevated de character of de Black race abroad As any odder Man of my limited experience. Already de foreign countries wid whom we Hab had Domestic relations is a Cakin of de internal policy of our Gober ment wid a proper respect and while i is free to admit Dat our course towards do suffering White Man of Dis country Hab not been As Liberal and just As i Hab advocated i still tink who will sooner or later Como to hat Stago of de Gamp which will require us to show great magnanimous Ness and forgetfulness of our forefathers injuries. It am my great desire to establish do superiority of a do coloured race to any in do world and to do Dis it am necessary Dat to should exhibit a Noble and generous impulse toward our fallen foes for my part i am for Doin do White Man Justice when Ober his necessity requires and de exigency of de Case will admit. I am confident Dat by a proper legislation and a yielding policy on de part of de administration of which do venerable and de honorable or. Fred d Vuglas am , de White Man May soon be restored in some measure to do rights and position in society which Dar is no use die Putin do Fucho once hold. While it am True de White race in America am rapidly passing Sway Afore do Superior blood of de coloured Many As de White foam goes Afore de dark Strong Waves still while dare is yet Lef a Vestage of de White blood it am our duty As a great nation to protect it in Obery lawful and honorable manner. It will Nebr do for Dis great coloured nation to Hab such a history of de White Man As de White Man has of do Indian. In conclusion my follow citizens 1 will say Dat i am fir to in Fabor of a repeal of do Law which prohibits a White Man from marrying a lady of color. Second i am in Fabor of n repeal of do a act entitled an act hich prohibits a White Man from owning More than one Aero of land. V third i no in Fabor of White suffrage and always will be. De Whilo Man am is much entitled to vote As de coloured Man if Hobo Habes himself in a proper manner. Dare Are Many odder minor issues such aside employment of do White Man on Guh Ern ment works de raising of three regular new White regiments &c., which i am in Fabor of but which i Hab not time to discuss. I will meet my opponent the in Morallo or. Duffy at All Ltd his appointments where my views can be heard at greater length. Wid Many More tanks for your flattering Call i Hab de Honor to be gentlemen your Humble obedient servant. J. Ca3s�r Crow. July 1st, 1875. A a Jon Billings discourses concerning men of big big Genius is generally a Phool he knows How to do Ono or two things so much that to ainu to fit for anything else he in like a greyhound Good for running fast that Sall. You Kant Larn him Enny More than you can an Eagle to knows How to Fli up and look Sun without winking because to was born so and when he gets up on tho Peak of tho to Putnin and gits Well lit you can to git Tew him nor he wont cum Tew you but thare to aits till tho dinner Boll rings. After dinner he flite Mph agin and you wont Seo him till supper time. Tha Are like Mummy a vary Curis critters and keep a Long time without a piling. If tha Only had common sense so that you would make Taylors or Shumaker of them thare would be some sense of having the Breed More plenty but one or two in aul that in profitable to have on hand Tew ont and tha Are enough to keep any body uneasy about what they Are going Tew do next. Time live about 40 years ahead of the times and when the world Ketches up with the last one another is born who spends most of his time in digging up the old Bones that the last one buried. About the Only thing they Sho Enny common sense in in that they most always die in debt to everybody. Tho most unfortunate thing about having a big Genius on band in that so Many try to imitate them but Thoy done to get any further up than their voices and thus one big Genius buckles a thousand pools. Tha done to generally Liv Happy because they ainu to built right to fit things As they find them. They ought Tew have e grate place Tew Stop in where Tharo aint nothing but big generality to Dew. And where they can play toss and Ketch with the stars and Krack Butternuts and mountains. Tha Are curious critters. Tha ainu to afraid to straddle a Burry knee without Enny bridle on and stick in the spurs but a mice nibbling in the wanes Cut will drive him bareheaded into the they Kan Plant but they Vronz to cultivate nor reap. A j if i was a woman i would is soon marry a Porcupine As a big Genius they Are either As hot a the Stobo in the District shool House or a Kold and unfeeling a tho shoes on a did omnibus Boss. A Genius is Ike a big Comet they appear Onse so often and makes everybody Nervis disappear and tho we May knot at the time be aide to put our fingers on the individual Good they hav Dunn us still their visit is a big one and the grate rese Voys Are pumped ii Fullor and we pour men the rest of us when to Slick our Little fountains find that tho Waters have been sweetened and freshened by somebody. 017 done to snub the poor negroes you have Only to look faces to see How awful they have been snubbed by nature it a Young widow of Vorva. Polite address whose husband had lately d a i was visited to n after by the minister of Parish who inquired As usual about her husbands he Alan when rhe replied Widi a Peculiar smile a the s dead i thank ?5 at tho Cireus women jump clean throw hoops. In Bogie in they jump into them and address of the democratic state Central committee. To the people of Pennsylvania in accordance with its Timo Lionor Orl annual custom the democratic part reaffirms its principles and presents its candidates for your Suffrages. Of those principles and candidates it is our purpose now to speak. Thanks to almighty god tho patriotism of the people and the prowess if our citizen al diary tho terrible War that Fiir four years has devastated our country and repeatedly Laid waste our own fair valleys has the Confederate Govor Ninon its armies and its animating doctrine secession lie prostrate at Trio feet of the people of tho a Union. Tho tramp of Armod. Men. And the crash of a Tittle Are no longer heard Aud the recuperative energies of tho people will speedily fill the air with tho sound of the Busy arts of peace. The Soldier yields place to tiie citizen the commander gives Way to tho statesman. Tho Power of Force is Succo Oded by tho Power of reason Justice and Law. Tho soldiers duty of unquestioning obedience to tho orders of a Superior is Supply Tod by the More rational but not less imperative obligation of obedience to Law. A the Suzue Hacer of the Law. Whether we be citizen or Soldier officer of statesman ruler or ruled this obligation rests with equal weight upon each and All of us. A he doctrine of implicit and unqualified obedience to the Constitution and Laws of our country is now Anil in All Tiu p a t Lias been a prominent Tenet in the Faith of the democracy of Pennsylvania,.and they have invariably been found denouncing by voice and opposing by act Elioso trainman principles which Reck to weaken the finding Force of tho Constitution attempt Tonu Lidy the plainest provisions thereof or actuate those who aim to subvert it by Force of arms. The fed Oral Constitution Hud Power enough had its mandates been observed in the spirit in which they were framed and the Quot warnings of the democratic party been heeded to love preserved a from the War through which we have just passed and to have saved-7 the nation from the stupendous sacrifice of the blood of her slaughtered sons the waste of her National Power and prestige and the fearful Load of debt and taxation that now encumber her. When was precipitated into War obedience to the plainest provisions of that Constitution would have p Otto a de the most precious privileges of a tree people and preserved to the patriotic people of the country both and substance of the National Bill of rights and now that a arms Are silent and the Laws resume their Sway,5 a strict Observance of its requirements a rigid enforcement of its obligations in All the states and fealty to to licit official oaths by those in Power Are the indices which Point the Way to harmonious Unity permanent peace and a speedy resumption of our career of Prosperity and Progress. The arbitrary and uncontrolled will of the temporary incumbent of place ought not to be the Rule of our government und we hold a that tho Constitution establish of by our revolutionary fathers a entitled to our unqualified respect and obedience tho Atli to support it is binding religiously morally Aud legally it ail times under All circumstances and in every part of the country upon All Public officers from the highest to the lowest As Well us upon private tho democracy of Pennsylvania Are fur the supremacy of the Law. Free government. The great Central objects round which Are grouped tho materials and Lor which was constructed the simple and harmonious machinery of our system of government arc a a tho blessings of Liberty for ourselves and or Thoy Whu Tormod it created no government to administer theories or to protect imaginary rights from imaginary enemies but As Brave Aud practical men Doc by imbued with the spirit of Liberty and fresh from tho bloody civil struggle of the revolution they know from bitter experience the value of those blessings and in tho Light of that Cape Rouco they framed a government of Law and not of arbitrary Power,.a government to guard their civil liberties Aud not to overthrow them. The fundamental principles of Freo government gut untied to us by the Plain words of the Constitution distinctly reserved and to to for Ever held As inviolate Hareas Corpus trial by jury the subordination of the military to the civil authority free speech Audij i Roo press from the very Escene of our institutions and when they who administer tiie government fail to protect us in the exercise of these rights when they who Haye carried on a Gigantic War in Trio name of the Constitution not Only maintain its fundamental principles a a but Are habitually guilty of their violation is it not our duty to turn them from the seats of Power they so shamefully misuse and to require at their hands reparation for the Many a rugs unnecessarily inflicted a from the Day that Runny made had its wit i human Freedom to this hour every Man of. Anglo sax Oil blood has lifted his head More proudly when to heard tho great text of manhood repeated. No freemen shall be taken or imprisoned or dispossessed of his fee tenements or liberties or outlawed or banished or in Anywise hurl or injured unless by the Legal judgment of his Peers or by the Law of the land. Dearer than dynasties dearer tiran forms of government dearer than the inborn sentiment of loyalty to the English heart has always been tho right of trial by jury. For two Hundred years it has been More than his Crown was Worth Tor an English King to deny this right to an English yet these principles i wrought with the vitals of our system baptized by tho blood of patriots during six Hundred and Lity years and wrenched from tho land of tyranny Lor our Benefit we have basely yielded to tho unquestioned court by of Truac in Power. And during the past four years again and again have freemen american freemen of Pennsylvania been a a Takon and imprisoned dispossessed of their free tenements and liberties a und a a outlawed and banished a and a a Hurt and injured a without a a the Legal judgment of their Peers a and contrary to a a the Law of the a a and this too within our own Commonwealth at a time when no hostile drumbeat wa3 heard Aud no armed Soldier listed his hand against tho government within All cur Borders. At this hour when military necessity can no longer to mane tho pretext for their con tiny Auto when the authority of the Federal government is Adini Tod and recognized in All tho Laud those abuses still exist. Tho courts created by Law arc in abeyance and tribunals unknown to the Constitution and Laws usurp their Power Over life Liberty and property. Tho great writ of Freedom that assures every individual tho Protection of civil authority is fettered by the hand of arbitrary Power and the citizen is denied tho right of trial by a jury of his it Peers. Tha democratic party of Pennsylvania believe that the hour has come in which murders by military commissions should cease tho right of trial by twelve Calm impartial sworn citizens should to restored and the privilege of tho writ of Hareas Corpus to free As tho air. The rights of the states. Aside from these great Cardinal doctrines tho supremacy of the Law and tho inviolability of tho fun James Tel principles of Freo government there is no subject More closely Allied with the preservation of our form of government and the Protection of our liberties than that of the relations of the states to the Fod Cral govern mint. Both Wero created for tho Benefit of Trio people and within tho spheres of Power granted or reserved to each each is supremo. The obligation of Trio citizen to the Federal government within the scope of the Powers granted to it is binding and imperative and no our can absolve him from his duty thereto. So also the Power of Trio states Over those matters not expressly granted to the Federal go Vermont or to Sorvold to the people is equally Clear and the duty of the citizen thereto is equally imperative and upon the our hand in their attempt to interfere with the Powers granted to tho Federal government by tho people All ordinances of secession wore utterly void and the insurrection being suppressed tho Statos resumed their place in the Union and tho Pona tics incurred fall upon the individuals engaged in the rebellion. So too upon the other hand it is the right of each so Ato to determine for itself Trio qualifications of it doctors we it Mut by Tuer states or by the Federal government. Such is the doctrine of the debit Tracy. And such appears to be the policy of the president and yet soc Tomu pre Andiew Trio Lovo of gain increasing Wrath and deeply masked political purposes seriously obstruct the process of reconstruction and reconciliation and they who should be Foremost in attempting to restore the harm minus Unity of the nation Are loudest in act inc action and most zealous in Pursuit of a conquered Loe. As Between the Federal government and the states in which the people have been in rebellion against its authority the ouly Issue during the War was How should be the restoration of that authority. The tread of no hostile soldiery presses tho soil of Ono of them now. In no one of them is there aught of objection now to the assessment und col Lection of Federal taxes to the creation of Federal custom houses courts and Post offices or to the peaceful transit of munitions of War and troops. The wonderful exhibition of a devastated country of Defeated armies of humiliated Geupie and of emancipated slaves ought to be sufficient to arouse the sympathies and engage the purest Devotion of the Christian and the statesman but unconcerned at the condition of the while people of the states desirous Only to perpetuate their political Power regardless of the vital interests of six millions of their own race and of the importance of their rehabilitation in the Union the leaders of the Republican party As a Coundi Tiofio precedent to their Restora to m and to the release of the reign of military authority Over a conquered and submissive people demand that the negro shall to Plu cod upon a political Equality with tho White Man and they insist upon the use of the Arm of the Federal government to effect it and Are musing for an amendment of the Federal Coustie tuition to perpetuate it. Such a practical interference would be a palpable in ration of Trio Constitution a Gross and unauthorized increase of Neutral Power and a Wanton overthrow of the rights of the states. This doctrine gives to tho Cit zen of Massachusetts tho right to Aid in prescribing Trio qualification Aud color of tho voter in North Carolina and in practice will give to the Black Mau the control of the great states of Louisiana Mississippi and South Carolina and will Send six Black men to the Senate of Trio United states. This in All its breadth and with a full understanding of its results is Trio doctrine of the Republican party of Pennsylvania for the 4th Oli Uhm adopted by the Republican a rate convention held it Harrisburg on the 17th of August 1805, distinctly so it is us follows. Echo lord that having conquer tho rebellious states they should to held in subjugation and tho treatment they Aro to receive and tho Laws which Are to govern them should be referred to the Law making Power of tho nation to which they legitimately belong. With this doctrine we take distinct Issue the states of the South arc in the Union and the people there if except those on whom the penalties fur rebellion fall arc entitled to nil their political privileges and to affirm that these states arc entitled to All the reserved rights of the states under the Federal Constitution and within tho sphere of these reserved rights they and they alone have the Power to make Aud unmake the Laws that Are to govern them. Nero Equality and Neosho suffrage. Negro Equality and negro suffrage Are no longer a mythical in Tuo but arc part of Trio vital practical realities of tho Presont hour. Thoy arc Donnan did by the Blok Man they arc advocated by White men High in Power in the National government and we charge Itiat they arc endorsed am sanctioned by n Largo majority of Trio Republican party of tho North including those who govern and control that party in l Pennsylvania. Let us examine Nonio of tho evidences upon which we found this charge. Tho states of Maine new Hampshire Vermont. Rhode Island and Massachusetts by Cott tut ional. Provision give to the Black Man the unrestricted Rig Litof suffrage. These states Are All under Republican control Lind toil politicians lend the Van in the crusade they Hope is to result in the degradation of the we to Raco to the level of the Black. The Senate of tho United states on the 31st of March 18g4, a i congressional Globe p. .1301, had before it a Bill for the construction of tho territory of or. Wilkinson moved to strike from Sho second line of the fifth Section which defined tho qualification of voters the words a a White male inhabitant a and insert tho words a Malo citizen of tho ignited states a &o., which was agreed to As Fallows. Ycas musses. Brown Ohandlon Clark Olla mar Connors Dixon Fessenden foot faster Grimes Hale liar an Harris Howard Lowr Morgan Morrill Pomeroy Sumner Wade Wilkins in wilson�?22. I nays messes. Buckalew Carlile Cowanda a is Harding Henderson Johnson Lane Nesmith Powell Tiddle , Sherman ten Eyck Trumbull Van Winkle willey�?17. Those who thus voted to Placo tho Black Man on an Equality with the White in Uno of the richest territories of tho Union will readily to recognized As tho leaders of tho Republican party in tho Senate. This subject came up in tho House of on tho 15th april 18g4, congressional Globe Page 1552the motion Peu Ding being the appointment Quot of a committee of conference on the disagreement botwen tho Senate and House on striking out tho word or. Webster moved a that said committee to instructed to agree to no report that authorizes any other than free while Malo citizens to on the question of Tom adoption of these instructions tho fallowing named Republican congressmen from Pennsylvania voted nay messes. , Kelley Myers of Neill Stevons Thayer and Williams. No Pennsylvania Republican voted Yea. The Republican state convention of Maine lately in session in tho 8th Resolution do clares in favor of negro suffrage As follows a that Trio emancipation proclamation of Pio Dent Lincoln tho enlistment of Over 100,000 coloured troops tho Good Feitli of tho coloured race amid treason and their being paid like Whites and placed in the most Dan Crous Placos Lias pledged tho National Honor Tomt these people a Hall Hayo in fact As Well As Namo conferred on them All tho political rights of Freedom and that tho people of the United Stales will redeem this tho Republican conventions of tie states of Iowa and Dormont have emphatically endorsed the doctrines of negro Equality Anu negro Hii Ferngo and placed their candidates squarely upon that platform. Ii Winter Davis of Maryland at Chicago said we Ncneil the a act of the coloured it of tic it number not i enoc thut counts tit the in the i it Jet int motion unit a not Shilot Ophic judgment that Cut the vote. Rev. Henry Ward Beecher in tho inde pendent of recent Dato says to Aro pleading earnestly with the Stales to abolish tho distinction of Casto by Universal suffrage. We see that this will due Vitay Lead nut to tho end the Guvo Norof Louisiana declares a Trio surrender of that country in to muck Man a but la tho Equality of Black with the White the occupancy of office without regard to color the Elevation of tho negro to tho governorship the Sonal Urshie. Tho judg hip by the Sido of his whiter Kindred the obliteration of All Marks of distinction and separation Between Frieu and men. Aro representative men if who Republican party and they ivo wielded a put Erful influence in its ranks. In our own state a number of Republican county conventions ivo fully endorsed this doctrine. Crawford county at her convention held at Meadville Juno 27, 1805, resolved that a a loyalty to tho Yovo Ramout should to tho Only test of tho right of suffrage those who have fought to preserve the Union on tho Field of Battle whether White or Block Are certainly worthy und fit to protect it through the in lot boxy it is unworthy tho ago in which to Livo to deprive in on of voting who sustain tho government by their treasure Aud blood. The Republican county conventions of Northampton Union Aud Allegheny have also broadly endorsed these doctrines. The question of the right of tho negro to social Equality was before tho legislature of Pennsylvania at its list session. Of tho 8th Day of february 1805, the Bill to prevent Auy passenger railway company from excluding coloured people irm their cars came up in the Senate and finally passed that seventeen republicans All Friio voted voted for tho Bill and fourteen democrats against it. It was sent to the House for concurrence and on the 23d March t805, it came up in tho House on a motion to discharge tho com Mittie. Forty six republicans voted Yea and Twenty eight democrats voted nay. See leg. Rec., pages 210 and 712. Nearly All the prominent Republican Dows papers of tho state Havo also avowed themselves favourable to negro suffrage and negro Equality and yet strange to say the Republican state convention tailed to meet the Issue and seek to conceal their True sentiments beneath tho ambiguous wording of a Resolution. Their third Resolution declares that the Southern people a a cannot safely to entrusted with the political rights which they forfeited by their treason until they have proven their aeon Panuce of the rest los of the War by incorporating them in constitutional provisions and securing to All men within their Borders their inalienable right to Lile Liberty Aud tho Pursuit of happiness. Who so Blind As not to see that this May or May not to a declaration in favor of negro suffrage can any Man doubt what this Means when to remembers that Tom Deus Stevens the Radical Leader of the last National House of representatives was a prominent member of that convention ? can any Man doubt what Henry c. Johnson the president of that convention meant and expressed when to declared tho passage of Trio two faced Resolution if to Rome Bors that or. Johnson received his credentials from that very convention in Crawford county which declared that a loyalty should to the Only test of tho right of suffrage a. # pennsylvanians the serious importance of the Issue involved and a just regard for your intelligence demanded a Manly declaration of opinion upon this subject but the leaders of the Republican party know your dec Bra Tion of their degrading doctrines and they seek to obtain by double dealing your up port to sentiments Thoy dare nut avow. The problem of the capacity of Man the White Man fur self government is being solved in tiie history of the american re pub lie and in the face of tho recent exhibition of tho physical and mental qualities of the caucasian race in View of tiie mighty Power of the nation displayed in the heroism end Runce and indomitable Energy of tho while Soldier of our armies and m the stupendous sacrifice of the blood and treasure of the people the democracy of Pennsylvania unhesitatingly announce their belief in its successful result. A a we will not acknowledge the incapacity of our own race to govern Bitsoli nor surrender the destiny of the country into the hands of negroes nor put ourselves under tho Gulivi ship for Giro up to them the political privileges which we Yuho Ritch from our whether tho blood of the Anglo Saxon the Celt or the Teuton flows in our coins there arc but few among i who do not feel it Tingle with a thrill of just shame when he is pronounced to to Only tho equal of the negro of Dahomey or Congo. Call this prejudice or what you May it exists and tho statesman who Desoroa the peace the happiness and the Prosperity of both races cannot ignore give tho Black Man a qual political rights in our country and you Giro him equal social rights. Give him equal political rights and you multiply tho Points of tho races and tho weaker and inferior must yield place to tho stronger and Superior. Tho Law must recognize Bis Equality or his inferiority there is no Middle ground. To believe in the superiority of our Raco and to Are unwilling to degrade ourselves Eif Hor socially or politically. Retrenchment. The demo ratio party have Ever 1 zealous for the preservation of tho Nati a al credit and this hour demand rigid Economy in the expenditure of tho Public Money and a prompt revision of our cumbrous and a Stu Aisi trial system of taxation a jut Regar i for an already bur thened people demands that a horde of Federal office holders assessors and tax o do motors to dispensed with and the a Nachi Nery of the state governments used in their room. Tho retention by tho of Leral government of Large numbers of officers of tho army whilst the private Soldier is discharged and sent to his Home also imposes additional and unnecessary burdens upon tho people. Can the people expect these reforms to come whilst the men who created tho abuses remain in Power 1 the democracy of Pennsylvania have no reply to make to denunciation or invective. They refer with Pride to their record during the past four years. Like the historic people of the scriptures whilst engaged in the repair of the Walls that protected their holy City they Havo with Ono baud engaged in Earnest toil in protecting and preserving tho Constitution Ond Laws of their country whilst tho other grasped the sword that aided in destroying Tiloso who violently assailed them. Amid tiie Blandishments of Power the persecutions of official tyranny and Trio corrupt and reckless use of Trio Public Money they have Bacou Ever bold in the of prussion of their opinions and Havo unswervingly maintained their principles and their integrity. During that time they Havo once elected their ticket twice carried the state on tho , and at Trio last election pulled Over 270,000 Votos for tho candidate of their Choice. Such a body of men tried determined and organized a unit in support of their glorious. Principles must Ever be a Power in the state and will to feared by its enemies Aud respected by All. Our Standard hearers. For auditor general colonel w. W. Ii. Davis of Lileks county Heads tho col. Davis is a Smyd practical Man Well qualified for the position and of that Stern integrity of character so much needed in this Day i official Quot prostitution and As a Soldier his record stands equal to that of the Bost and purest. When the War Broko out lie3 raised a company and served a menu of Throe months. At Trio expiration of that term of Serrico to raised a regiment tho 104th Pennsylvania and As culo nol of that regiment went through the War. Lie was in Many of tho must severe Battles was wounded severely at the desperate affair at seven Oaks Olure Richmond and lust a hand in tho neighbourhood of Charleston South Carolina. Maimed Asho was colonel Davis remained in tho Field until the three years for which his regiment was raised had expired when As tho War was then virtually at an end to retired to private life. Such is tho record of tho honest Man and Brave Soldier who Heads the state ticket of the demo ratio party of Pennsylvania. The nominee Lur Surveyor general is Lieut. Cul. John p. Linton of Cambri like Cul. Davis this gentleman is an honest intelligent upright citizen and a Bravo Soldier. To was chosen major of the 54th regiment p. Y., in 1801, and Lieut. Col. Of tho same regiment in february 1803. Iio was constantly in tho Field and bears upon his person numerous Sears As testimonials of his gallantry. Cul. Linton bad tho Honor of leading tho 54th in the Battles of no Markot and Piedmont. And most gallantly and bravely he led his regiment on those disastrous Fields. In both these Battles he was severely wounded but although for a Timo compelled to go Home for treatment to scarcely remained Long enough from his Post to fully recovery who a bedded was he to Jiva regiment his duty and tho serious work required of him. This gentlemen is Well worthy of the nomination to has received and of the Suffrages of tho citizens of Bis native state. As our Standard has inscribed upon it tho True principles of the democratic party and its chosen bearers Are Brave honest men tho demo Ray of the state mu3t and will rally to its support with a Zeal and determination that will prove irresistible. Men of Pennsylvania tho issues Aro to Foro you fraught with tho greatest consequences to yourselves your country and your race. Weigh Well Youra Etious and decide As White freemen should. By order of the democratic state Central committee William a. Wallace sept. 8, 1805. Chairman. In a forgot something a a a what did your Mot for Gay my Little Man did you give her my card a asked an inexperienced Young go Filcman of a Little Hoy Whoso Mother had Givon him an invitation to Call upon her Ond her Street dour was accordingly opened to his untimely summons by tho Urchin aforesaid. A yes i gave it to her a was the innocent reply Ami she said if you Wasny to a Nat ral fool you would t come monday morning when Cor Budy was at this j Tucture Mamma with a Sweet smile of Welcome Rumado her appearance at the end of the Hall when to her Surprise or. Verso put tho visitor bolted. A a what docs tho Man mean a inquired Mamma. A i Dunnn a replied bub a guess How a forgot a us think a a capital literary ladies were lately witnesses in a trial. One of them upon hearing Trio usual question asked a a what is your name ? and How add Are you a turned to her culpa upon and said a a a i do. Not Liko to Tell my age not that i have any objection to having it known but i done to want it published in All tho a Well said the witty a i will toll you How to avoid it. You Havo heard the objection to All hearsay evidence Tell them you done to remember when you Wero Burn and All you know of it is by Fiat Quot Fisher Ames Ellod tho democratic party of his time 1700-1808 jacobins.�?1 James wat3on Wobb alter tho United states Bank Hud b night Hui for fifty thousand dollars nicknamed tho party Loco Foco. Quad Tornia Stoi Llu rtt styled them copperheads in 1801 and the venal Cincinnati a comm eff Ciali displayed its ingenuity in tho Namo Butternut but Hje to Mon a wont stick. It is the democratic party All the time. Cd an Exchange gives the following sen of dbl advice a a stick to your Homo no mutter if you arc poor remember none Are so poor As tho ignorant except it to tho depraved and they too often go keep your Homo paper. Remember that it is the adv Trisor of your neighbourhood and tells you what is going on around you instead of a thousand Miles away. Do a parsimonious Aca Captain answering the complaints of that tho bread was bad exclaimed a what complain of your bread that is made from flour ? what do you think of to apostle Thoy ate Shew bread made from old boots and you Are poor sit Down and growl about it. By to duing you Are euro to Goff Rich and make yourself particularly a Reefer ble to everybody

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