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Fremont Journal (Newspaper) - October 25, 1861, Fremont, OhioMick land a Everett attorneys end counsellors at Law. End solicitors to cd sneer will Anil to , l in m an. I land Agency in Sandusky and amyl Nung Mantle. Off los and torn Huc Klantz Mora r re Tunnel. K. P. Auckland. Nomer . F j. L. Greene & son. I t inn a. Ent Natad to their can. Office in Tyler s Allock Corner Otu Roghan Ana Root streets Fremont unto. Of. In. 1 a o i at Torney at Law 1wsubancb and general a0knt, Olott no Iarj we Blitz Ltd Sar Ducky county o. All m la Trust to end promptly Jav. , or. I. -. Ned an office in Murkland s new Llort Onno. 1 i the Croghan House for the purpose of or scale Teal Llyl n and surgery he can be found during they will Noto Rofi Solo Viall r engaged and at night to hit. Rufii Uwi on in Strw near. Of Pontic or a opt Church. And. Xulam. n. R to . Established himself . Of practising Homoeopathy in this p a ten Ltd would respectfully announce to the Public a Erin Momenta will enable those a Moron of present themselves of treatment to it with Eer Walnty non prompt attention to their Calls whether in or office at Hie residence on tha Turnpike tha brat. Do ,. N. B. Or. F. Pajori particular attempt Len to All in 1 chronic diseases. R f Robert b. Rich. J0bnb.r1cb ii. S. Nice a. Son Fhy Icia is & surgeon . O. Orvilee and said Gocs on Arch 8tat, near tha rail Road . May 1, ism. 16tf Denim Tell g2&ri? co Igei Wjk 8haav. D. K. J. Cox an and n , Bavon Formant co parti to All who May and their err Leoa. Thar a. Pared to aet Roma Ainita tooth to form Nir Complete Beta Fortieth inserted Piro Row i they Ouid aay that a bet of ther death too tha Pra Naium at Ine have v., us. Fat orca in Bur land b Block Fremont out. A we. Surgeon dentist. Ii. Beiji Hail no Tiffin Baa permanent la located in fre t moot. After hating had Nina years ane., he co Naldera i Imnel competent to carry on the prof Lon in All Ita tar Long forms and guarantee in tory Cam Iffie in Shomo a Block formerly occupied by or. B. A Tabor. All operations warranted. Fremont March 18, 186. Cimias. O. Eats physician and surgeon ii de o. C. N. . Mealor in drugs Medicino Dye stuff a Glass paints Oll books stationery Glaza Ware cac. No. 3. Buckland Block Fremont. S. Juck Daivd dealer in drugs medicines chemicals paints oils Tamla Bea. Burnyna fluid books Patlon err Wall paper fancy goods toys cigars chewing , ate a fee so. A a Csiana blown Fremont Ohio. Roberts & Sheldon. of Copper tin and Sheet Iro n Ware and flee re in Hon Gnu. Affair to Wool. i. Old Copper old store acc All Nort of Iron ice Yankee notion. Peano Brick Mork Nix 1, Fremont Ohio. May 29, 18th. Beer hotel. Formerly the Ohio House a. J. Beery proprietor. Mitts to loner Kent by David " i been taken by the subscriber and recently. Refitted &c.,and no pains will a spared to make Iru Oata comfortable while slaying we me. To Tayaru Maiuu. Corner of front and Garrison at Recta. A. J. Beery Fremont Jane 29, 1100. 25yl. Croghan House Lenont o. Frank n. Journey proprietor Tea coast a has been put in order and is now ready for guests. Guest of the House to Greyed to and from the depot free of charge. March1800. Kessler s hotel formerly the Fremont hour we. Kes Ceil proprietor Corner of Pike and front streets Fremont Ohio. Passengers carried to and from tha House free of charge february 20, 1858. John Brightwell House and sign fainter Oil Der Gaitur and paper Hanger Kah omm ing done to order on Short notice. Nop in Buckeye Block opposite Roberta 4 Sheldon s tin shop flu Iamont o. Aprj7 69. Coal Goj Jelm. Now is the time to Lay in you Coal. Come to the Furnace Canfield and brother or Roberta and Sheldon where can be had Stone Coal of the first Quality at Cleveland prices. All kinds of castings lug and Sleigh sheas fall pattern kept on hand. V engines manufactured and repairing of All descriptions Don. On Short Notta. The. Highest Price paid for old cart or scrap Iron and cup a David june Fremont oct. 28th, m. Successor to june at Tel plan. And Inland navigation insurance. Home insurance company of a capital and surplus of $1,500,000 j. Hilton shits be. Bis. J. Mastik pres f. Jon mocks Jil t Sec f. A. F. Will Miktus Prei t. To Trolle the above co moan has Only been in Wilst Yvo ence about seven years yet it ranks a one of the Best companies in Thi land. With a Large capital secure inc Leif and a Strong Board of officers we. Are devoted to Ita interest and a reputation for the. Son st Pamir or its losses it commends itself the Confidence of the. Public. Applications received and poll left issued by r. W. B. Mclellan a rent for Sandusky county 0, Fremont june 8, Laeo. Ale. Ale. Is Ninn s celebrated Kennett. Stock and present use ale prices with addition of freight. 3y tha bar Rel or half barrel. Also a Dan at Fremont May a 18ht. Theo claps ambr types. Cav. W. Fitch in a takes Pleasnt. To saying y. 3 hmiiaamnvu.i.uuu.1 and wends that Sun Majc hot in Iisman Fiflis turks in la style and of anal. Terma a any artist in town. H. Haa lately added a Large camera a. His apparatus Apabla of taking ambr Tynes meet from Saa Anil or nearly or quit Tea Alaa o Lif. G Tolt paint Ings made from Daguerreotype a or from life and Worem Tod 4unortrf. Instructions Given in the. Business. Rooms Over tha Bank of Fremont Corner of front and Croghan streets. W. Pitch. Fremont March 18, 186. Fremont livery and Sale stable. Davio Moore. I he Huu Suttin to t Naa Juan Ted Bis new Brick stable 114 by fat of front Street below tit. Croghan House and is now Nuttila in a Larae number of the Best horses with new Aud Bauda ome Alea and carriages Kush lie will let to the a Liana Fremont on Mora reasonable terms than any Otier stable to town Saddle horses or horses with single or double buggies can a had at hours Day or night have no old worn out Stock i horses kept for Sale and any person wanting to a Good animal can always find on. To Milt them. Morses boarded by tha Day or week on Rama Nabla terms David moots cha8. W. Cookk agent Fremont . 10, 18m.- of. Rrt tit lit. Vol. In. Fremont Sandusky county Ohio october 25, 1861. No. 42. Eather is i5lhntc31- b 0 ii 0 0 t e s 41 s arc servants of the people. Is the cow to Man of much talk and Huia Koont the aft Atni of our country while Many people Are Awn in no Oil Ana pain it our rat Hern Wii inc up Mann fun mow Ann run stiff Auer Kiran tre Pirodi i aay while All then things Are going on throughout Iana uie a m at 0 til o tand ask ii o o r h. Lesher Hia been kept in full blast apply in the want of Rood people of the nor country at Low prices an usmial. In View of the near approach of a prong and Muddy time which la a dead i no note to my i lends and custom Para special Benefit he clo Alnor off my Winter Rooda at barely enough to pay handling them for the Keavy Cash for he ctn la particular weak Neil to yield when i tee the Money. Come then and try me on and Aee it be not True. Mufit Aell them to make room for a Large Toek in Spring. Don t fall to come around before you buy. Buck Lan do 4, Block. .4, Henry Lesher. Fremont feb. 15, 1801. Tobacco and cigars. At wholesale and retail. Has removed Lisp Poss to i t 8 new Block opposite the Bank of Burchard Miller & co., where Baa listed up the neatest establishment that can a in Tea West. I am clears from the very Best Spanish tobacco and tory Man who lures Trou Cigar is is invited to fall and try one. Bold wholesale or retail and at lower rates Thau can be bought elsewhere. All kinds of chewing and smoking tobacco kept on band. I. Runa. Fremont july 19, ism to. Gust &. Younkman do Albs in foreign and american Marble Croghan Street on. Door West of tha Tyler Brick Fremont Ohio monuments Mantle piece work executed in the Nat. And Moat tasteful manner. Orders Are respectfully solicited Andall work warranted Tosati Siy. Fremont nor Ember 25, 1859. G. B. Heller. D. Lebcher Heller & Lebcher successors to Smith a Heller dealers in foreign and american Marble monuments gravestones. Mantles to. I it we guarantee to please or no charge. Shop at the old stand on Crognal Fremont i. Slay 80, 18m. New Carriage and Wagon shop. Greiner & Kessler 0ppositeth. American House on tha Corner of plea us Cilwik. Cd Wal we Are prepared to make carriages a. In. Or All . On. Shortie. Ii. A work i. Wuhan the to Moi to. D0 maienai., and manufactured by a Good workmen a tha county Allora. A Are prepared to to be paining n ail wan Auu reasonable Tertus. Of All Orlone when wanted. Particular attention give House Rhu Klamu. George Greiner Fremont May 4th, i860. Tyl. Noah Furniture Ryphe subscriber Haa and stantly Kep tha beat assortment l l u with d to Lynn no into a county Whick a will sell cheap warrant Wax of Tanner or workmanship. It. Also Haa and will continue to keep on hand a number ready mad e coffin a of different Sites varying in prion and Quality to suit tittes of Rich or poor. He also Haa a Apter did that will accompany his of ulna at funerals. His shop and Ware Roobina Are situated in nearly opposite the Ballville factory. Balls Lyle May 11, 185s.-i-a7l John 0. Simon. Blade bindery Toledo o. Blank books for Bankers merchants dealer and business men generally of tha be Siatos Ana in in. Onesi manner Ai is mama fixes bound neatly and cheap at the Blade Bindert. Orders left with . Mogul look will a promptly " Pelton k Waggoner proprietors. Salado of december 80, i860. Insurance notice. Connecticut Mutual life 8urance company Hartford Conn Tlouga. Acquired capital of Over 13,500,000. -. ,0 n Tome fire and Inland 4u 11 gation insurance company of new .jl,6o0,00o. Bug. Ii o i of Conway fire insurances pan of Otway . With capital and surplus of Over$s0,0o0, All Iii to set. The bar. Ars Rali Abla companies Well worthy the. Adena of All Persun Dai Ruig first class insurance their lira or property. I " losses promptly paid. R. A b. Mclellan agent. T Rembt inns180. 0r. E. Dill0i & son wholesale and tall s Buckland s new Block Fremont o. The a Call and see us., we har nearly every Thino in our line of Trade which we offer at a Low rates As any House in the country. We invite Especial attention to the following Artielee tin paints. White Lead Zinc and coloured paints. Oils. Linseed burning machinery whale fish and the no. 1, Castor Oil. The rive vote claim that our lubricating Oil la the bit and cheap eat manufactured. Spirits alcohol turpentine for my burning fluid and Carphene i the window Glass. Druggists and physician s Glass Ware. Putty. Red Lead. Nearly every variety of varnish and Japan. He Dye stuffs. A at perfume Ries and fancy goods our Peru Merle hair 011a and soap Are the purest Quality and will fully Aati Ify the Bett judge of1 thle Clara of . Paint add varnish clothes and tooth brushes. White was brushes " artists brushes artists tube paints All colors. A. Boninger co a brandies wines and liquors. For medical uie and believed to be the purest and Moat reliable in the Market. Meder Swan Gin. This is Superior to any Gin now in us. And a confidently recommend All the Abote to physician a and others neat. Who desire a pure article for Medid Nal purposes. Stationery. A Nice assortment of tha latest and finest Stylea writing paper for ladle and gentlemen. Envelops Pons inks copy books pencils 81atea, memorandum books Carbon Oil and kerosene lamps. Latest styles. Street. Stone War e jugs fruit jugs. Corks and sealing Wax and very Noe and cheap for fruit Juga tace. Ana no. Can tobacco and cigars n a wry Fiarand Eora plete assortment of kinds to Patent and family medicines including about All that la valuable in Thea department. Barrell s worm Candy. Decidedly the beat and Moat palatable remedy Erer of Nae. Children Are quite Aarond or Tola a in Yomber and Andy. .1 Barrell s Indian liniment and Hmaruk the Indian vegetable pills. Bal will. We Eon fluently Loco Meed and Aak for a trial of theae justly celebrated Rem Edlea. Boot and shoe blacking. Made prof. L. Miller1. Hair dyes and hair . Tery sup Arlor sad Emont lower than any othere equal Merit. T i i i i attended Stewart s Fine candies. Knows All Over tha United states a the. Finest and tha Quality and Prises of our goods warranted satisfactory. " . Tha senior partner of Tala firm having spent 38 Yean com physician surgeon and Poth scary feel authorised Moat respectfully Aak for a Liberal patronage. Orders carefully filled at the lowest Cash prices. " Goa of Dilill Jav & soft ,.buckland s neut bloc july it Al. V if we knew. If we knew Trio genres anal can Asp crowding round our neighbor Way if we knew the Lillo i Rorr 8oroly grievous Day by an would we then o often chide him for the Inck of Thrift and gain Lea ving on his heart a Shadow la Aluig on his heart a stain if we knew the Clouds above us held by gentle blessings there would we turn away All trembling in our Blind and weak despair would we shrink from Little shadows lying on the dewy grass Wanlo tis Only Birds of Eden just in Morcy flying past if we knew the silent Story quivering through the heart of pain would our womanhood Dure doom them Duck to haunts of guilt again ? life hath Ninny a tangled crossing Joy hath Many a break of woe. And the Cheeks Are whitest this the blessed Angels know. Let us reach into our bosoms for the key to other s lives and with love toward erring nature cherish Good that still survives so that when our disrobed spirits soar to realms of Light again to May say dear futher judge us As we judged our fellow men. From the London Herald Derbite. England s neglected Opportunity. No one can fail to recognize considerable astuteness in the suggestions of Trio Empo tier of Russia. They can give no offence. The South is not in a position to take any. And the North will certainly not take his advice about stopping the fighting Amis its Delight at Bis moral support of the Union. Between st. Petersburgh and Washington there has always been a sneaking kindness. Extremes meet and we can conceive plenty of reasons which to do not Caro to state Why the Czar should prefer Tho Union intact to two equal confederacy is. But to confess to a fooling of envy. Why has it been left to the cd for to to Tho Only european Sovereign to Mako known feelings to the americans what is to the president or the Prosi dont to him the United states Aro not even ins rivals their Commerce arid their shipping May sweep the world s ports and never interfere with him. They May expand northward and southward eastward Ana Westward and it must to years Bosforo they can raise Boundry question. As to commercial Between Trio two Powers there Are positively Coue. Bombard new York or Burn All the Cotton depots in the Confederate states st. Retro Burgh will not the ruin. Raise the slave and destroy Cotton Pladt and Russia May still say lot the galled Jado Winco my Withers n Rretta Una to. Too Cliftn Rontz. Isun fungi us. We feel every beat of the american pulse. The ruin of Tho Trado of Tho slate paralyses our manufacturing Industry our Mills upon half time and depresses every commercial interest in the United kingdom. Let i to great cities of Trio in gain Tho upper band Over the affrighted thormities there will to poverty and distress in thousands of English Homes. Lot great Northern armaments sweep Down Tho Mississippi every Nero proclaiming to Edom to the slaves and destroying the Cotton and we have to meet a famine ten times Moro terrible than that which swept Irish soil 1,500,000 souls. And has been done by our government to such catastrophes simply nothing. We Are Drifting on into Tho Cotton famine As we drifted into the russian War and of Tho same statesmen at Tho Helm. Stand by and fold our arms Whilo the of game is being played out without an to arrest the Lido of War or to Avert its Lam Itous consequences. It May be too into to interfere now. The time had passed even before or. Ard gave our statesmen such a glorious for Holdine their tongues. Surely it is no great feat for our foreign Secretary to boast of that in the Long Val Between the secession of South Carolina and the first collision in to Field be simply waited on events contesting himself the pious but somewhat selfish prayer Providence would keep us out of Tho quarrel. We Are bound to americans by closest of ties. The advice that might come from us would perhaps have been from any other Power. Yet so As we know there is not on record a offer on Earl Russell s part of Friendly the attempt might have failed. Probably it would have done so. But least the government would have done duty. It would have listed its band against Tho Folly and crime of a fratricidal War. Would have shown the americans which Ever Side was destined to Triumph that to had some fellow feeling with them in trials. It would have saved is from charge of apathetic selfishness which is freely urged against us by the american people. And now Russia Das taken initiative which ought to Tiava been with not one tithe of our interests at or one bait of our incentives to action. When the history of the american comes to be written it will rebound to credit of the ministry of the time that could assume a was not permitted to the English Sovereign and that free and enlightened England we Chad and made no sign while despotic and barbarous of Russia spoke words of filiation and peace. Patriotism of the masons. The following Are the resolutions adopted by the grand Lodge of sons Whilo in session at Columbus recently resolved that this grand Lodge of and accepted masons regards Tho doctrine Best of secession As advocated by a contrary of american politicians As Moi Trout if acquiesced in the Constitution of the United state would become Felo resolved. That in this present unnatural contest Tho of free masonry no attribute that can Lake Side with As lion. To resolved that it is the duty or worthy Mason in this hour of peril to by the general government even at expense of Fortune and life that the of constitutional Liberty and Union handed Down to us by our fathers May enjoyed by is to our Day and generation Aud a transmitted unimpaired to our 1 Tonty of ref or. ,.,. Army correspondence. Camp Dick Robinson ky., oct. 17, 1801. J editor journal thinking that you might like to hear from tha boys of North Western Ohio i will write you a few lines concerning them and their situation. After leaving told to to Mado a Zigzag run of Columbus whore we arrived at 11 p. M., and were supplied with a biscuit and a cup of Coffee each Whon we again took cars for Cincinnati. We arrived at Camp Den Niso n at 0 a. To. Alighted and after having a breakfast of boiled Ham Aud bread and a Short rest travel de on to Tho great Metropolis and after marching through its streets a mile and came to the orphan Asylum used As Tho military Headquarters whore to remained for Tho night. At an Early hour we Mado preparations for a comfortable snooze but How vain Wero our calculations for scarcely bad we closed our eyes Whon was Given turn out boys and draw your certainly there was no Little dissatisfaction that the order should come just at that time but we Wero to get no sleep that night for after the blankets came Cartridge boxes bolts Bay Onet scabbard gun Stra and last but not in least essential our ammunition. At 2 a. Ro., to were furnished with two Hugo crackers thick and hard enough to half Solo a pair of Stogas a slice of pork and a cup of Coffee Whon to started for Kentucky arrived on Southern soil at Sun Rise to gave three Hearty cheers and started toward Louisville. Arrived at Lexington at 11 p. M., and took his up our quarters in the depot sleeping Sweet a y to on Tho floor till morning then marched out and pitched our touts and remained till 4 p. M., of sunday following then marched to a Little place called Eminence remain ing till 4 p. M., of monday Whon to took Tho Back track and again arrived in Lex into ties a at 8 a. Stayed till 5, and took the cars and Rode to the end of Tho Road 12 Miles camped and next morning started for this Placo which to reached about 7 p. Tn., after a tedious March of 10 Miles took the supper spread our blankets on Tho ground Are and slept As weary soldiers Only can. Since. Then to have had first Rato times. It has rained this whole Day. This a Drew three Days rations and Aro to puts March toward Cumberland Gap to Hope to find Zollicoffer and give him flogging to Tho tune of Hail Oulu main Ort Trio to Aro 8 or 9 regiments encamped a this Placo. When to move it is rumoured that the 31st Ohio regiment will go into Winter quarters on our Camp ground. The boys Are All in first Rato spirits and anxious for a round with there Aro but few cases of sickness in Camp 7 8 have measles a few have bad colds with from these exceptions the regiment is in Good j. W. C. Comp. 14th Reg. O. V. Camp no View Herrlin co., by october 15th, 18g1 s Somo Fri end Koelke Lincci have been in Ken we Tucky i have not received a copy of your a great per. At Carup act unison i received several co Effort pics and it was truly a Welcome visitor and if Ca you could have seen the poor Soulier eagerly looking it Over for Tho news you would have been satisfied to have continued sending it. Sew please Send it to me regularly and if lever re turn i will pay you if i perish you can collect but it out of my estate. Our regiment is now encamped at this place which is twelve Miles South of Elizabethtown. By the Way it was a Hardin county jury that acquitted hat. Ward for murdering a school with master several years ago the romantic part that of a Soldier s life has disappeared we Are Noth ing but machines which move at the bidding of the Superior officers. There Are very few privileges have to be found in the army. It is necessary for the Success of our arms that we should be strict and far observe discipline or else we fail and the his single tory of the times record More Bull run affairs. Our regiment is As Goon As they get them up and i Hope that when the news May at reach borne of our meeting the rebels on the its Battle Fiel that our friends May feel proud of the Fremont company. The hell hound have been let loom upon the Loyal men of Kentucky. Kentucky called we for Oid and Ohio is rallying to her Rescue. The their 49th Ohio was the first full regiment to Cross the the River and Rush to save Kentucky to the in so Ion. Already our cavalry have been fired up on by the rebels at Upton near Here. Our and toe Vance will be made very soon. We will go from ours Here to Munfordville on Green River in Hart stake county where the rebels have a Camp and some masked butteries. The rebels have destroyed War the Bridge across Green River at Munfordville the which was justly the Pride of Kentucky. But the i think there will not be much fighting there. Which the fighting will be done at Bowling Green. That is their Strong hold. Gen. Buckner is in command of their forces at that Point and they have from 10,000 to 18,000 men. Zollicoffer of con Tennessee is marching with about 5,000 men to form a Junction with him and John c Breckinridge the despised traitor is there with his Force All seeking to Inak Kentucky a Aeo Ond a Tiina the bloody but the game wont work we Are going South we Bra bound for free Nashville. 0 or Force Here is about 1p,000. Mollico Terr s move was Alia Rule to draw men off from this division of the army for we Are class going along the Louisville and Nashville rail Road the next Iii Octant Una in Kentucky Tor by this route renin Esalea looks for supplies. Ii i. I inning itt i i we aug Aiice V flu vol in Uulu us Vedete. Men and Theu look put for great work and Bard fighting i ". Of hat i Trust that while ii from Home the sol rebel Dier s family May never suffer or want fur bread ult util h some soldiers who inn Lanzies at Noma say they Are not eared for. Let the Soldier who every is fighting tha Battles of his country never stand near irom non eos a Ransum unman in a augur infer a Ali toil. I tha Cadt. Bartlet tand Lieut. Wilcox Are Well a Are the men generally. 80 far we have the Bast a band in Tea division yours e., i a i a k. To p. S. Gen. Mccook of Ohio is Here. He will take the com Maud of a Bri Adepo. Fuel division. Don t find any Odd fellow Here nothing but negroes an pith. I. Union men hunted from Homes infernal outrages. In his recant speech at Columbus Ohio Andrew Johnson thus describes tha horrors of secession in Tennessee while yet beseeching them to act upon their own doctrine and let us alone to hoofs of their cavalry were indenting on Plains and tha tramp of their troops was about our Homos i and yet Tybera Aro those who set up the ruling cry lot there to no coercion t what la secessionist it j ing inst coercion i Vav by Una Dies you friends they never got anything except by coercion. They coerced Tennessee geor Gia Alabama and Virginia out of the Union. They attempted it in Maryland the government stopped it they Aro now at tempting it in Kentucky and there Tho people will Stop ill their whole career has been Ono of coercion of outrage insult blasphemy and crime. Detachments of their Myrmidon who were sent As they said to protect us from Tho despotism of Abe Lincoln would pass through our country in Tennessee on the Railroad. As they went they saw the Flag of our country to glorious old stripes and stars floating from the guile end of an Humble school House a Bare the Lilloo boys had placed it As an Emblem of their pure and dawning Lovo for Tho Union. What did these miscreants do they stopped their train and with booting and rib Aldry with menaces and execration and blasphemy they Tore it from Tho children and trampled it in the mire they would enter private houses and under pretence of seeking for ammunition would rum ago drawers and disks robbing Tho family of Tho Money and the females of their jewels and heir looms. They would order their meals and lodgings in Lone of inso Lonco and in terms of insult. 1 hey would feed to boil horses with wastefulness and scattered the food Reck Lessly on Tho ground. And after eating to the nil of their Insatiate appetites and rioting and in Munging they would mount and with oaths and obscenity would Tell the family to Churgo it All to Jolt. Davis. And this my friends is secession they came into my own county they called it my House. Some of their num Ber Camo Forward and demanded of my family whether i was at Home saying that if i was they bad come to Tako me and hang to. Pleasant intelligence this for men to communicate to wife an but my daughter indignant at their conduct said no my father is not at Home he is absent in another county where be making a speech for Tho Union and this presume you know or your cowardly Crew would not have dared to show themselves at this House they then sullenly withdrew. As they passed on through the neighbor Hooda they tame non the House of a Union family Tho husband was not at Home his wife a Stout Hearte d woman had Union Flag at Tho Gate Post. They insolently commanded Ber to remove it would not. They attempted to seize and she seized it they struggled for it she kept Bor nag. They then wont or the Woods Cut a Hickory with and return ing scourged her person with it. This my friends is secession and these Are Tho men you Aro to Compromise with. Soma of those Samo demons five of them fiends in human shape stopped at House of a Man named Markham who Thorn approach and fearing insult outrage to himself if to remained thinking Thoy would not be so Likely to Voke a quarrel with the family if a were not present took his Rifle from its resting place and retired unobserved by Thorn a Little Thicket hard by Tho House in order to be at hand in Caso they offered any abuse to his family. To had an amiable and two daughters the youngest a girl about 12 years and the other just Blooming into women Good about 16, As Beautiful the morning and pure is Tho Dewdrop. The secessionists entered and insolently dinner for themselves and feed their horses. The wife told them there was the crib and fodder and they would give them their dinner. They took Hay and Tho Corn and scattered it about ground and ordered Tho ladies to hasten their dinner. In duo time Tho meal was prepared and soon greedily devoured. After sating their appetites at the table they began address rude remarks to Tho wife daughters. One attempted to make to the Young lady when her Young sister seized the tin born or trumpet which kept in almost All Rural homesteads to make a summons to dinner or sound an alarm the neighbors in Case of an Accident sprang to the door and blew a blast. At this hellish Demon turned Drew a pistol Bis Girdle Gred a Bullet through Bor brain and with Ono wild shriek Sua fell in agonizing death at to foot of Ber scr Ming Thor. The blast the Bhot Tho shriek Ream pierced the ear of the waiting ther. He sprang from his Retreat he at his door one glance revealed All taking deliberate aim be aet his Bullet straight through Tho Villao s heart tha Othor four alarmed at the trumpet blast and knowing that to whole neigh boyhood would soon a upon them and their horses and Flod. Tea outraged finding them beyond his reach turning to where the Slayer of his Little daughter Lay seized bit As and oat his brutal into quarters and throw them out a fit Tor dogs to devour i i v i such my friends is secession at Home. It is robbery rapine and murder. And is marching towards you roust for your own defense. Those things curved not in a Remote country but Over there in Tennessee. I seem even hear Tea shriek that want up from Young and innocent heart a it took of life to wild to dear so agonizing even angelic spirits might Ooma to and avenge will you not then Rush tha support of your government and Rescue of your country from tha reign terror that Baa no parallel in tha history omitted. Or i " capt. Chris. Miller wounded at the Battle it Kab Mountain was i Euia auditor of l county ind., at the recent election opposition. This waa a Well deserved for patriotic service. Characteristic speech of Lane. Do Jim Lane is Many Strong friends Ana or Iii list tar Eti Ornie. Alm in Kansas. 8cm of this latter have been making severe but contradictory charges against lbs of Nenvis Kana i brigade accusing it no of inefficiency and again of ferocity and lawlessness. In a up sacs at Leavenworth on the 8th, which a and re ported in the of that Eity the Gen eral gives his Bir Lignor tenia very Plain a make a few a Itescu Tab bail for hot ihe1vigiint. Two months so the Kansas brigade was organised. I was put at the Bead of it with tha respect the Confidence Aye the love of every Man in that command. Every Day since it snip red the Field it has been actively engaged for the Protection of Kansas and the government. It Naa not deem a Nipper it Nas Troi . Why is it that those creatures at the fort sneer at it they abuse the Kansas brigade because it has not surrendered to the enemy. They Aneer at the Ransaae brigade because we Hare never engaged tha enemy without whipping them like uie Devil. R go to Nevada where 56 of tha Kansas Brig Ade met and Defeated s00 rebels. Go to Lay Wood where 400 men under Montgomery for two hours fought 7,000 of the enemy and drove them Back from your Oil go to spin Villa where 200 of our men conquered 1,800 rebels killed five of their captains and drove them bark to their Den. Go to Morristown tha death bed of our Gallant Johnson where 400 of the Kansas brigade drove 600 traitors from their entrenchments. Go to Osceola one of the Stron Gest natural Points in Southern Missouri Whert Uller eighty Miles March to rough the enemy a country we met a greatly Superior Force Bent it Sno Toos Ana Maestro yet More than a million dollars Worth of property. Go to theae Fields and Tell me Why the Kansas brigade is sneered at. Our sin is that we have never been whipped. The brio of Mot . Confiscated property goes to the government and this Rule has been adopted by my brigade. If we Are Jay hawkers we Are jaw a Wking Tor the government. Now if of i the dirty Puppy if that Crea Ture Prince or that still dirtier creature Robin son can find an instance of the violation of this Rule in my command the guilty Man shall a Hung. But they say we steal saves great god i Lieut. Col. Blunt of Montgomery s regiment has just returned from the Interior of Missouri and they Tell me he comes Back with More slaves than White men. Good Good and cheers. Soce Dionista get no slaves from the Kansas brigade. When a Union Man comas to my Camp to recover slaves i Tell him to look upon the Camp As naked ground. Resort to the same measures that you would if i were not if he fails to recover his slaves we give him a certificate As a voucher to tha govern ment that such a Man lost such a Alave by the March of the Kansas brigade. Applause. I guess that s True. Renewed applause. But it disappears on the principle i have Laid Down. I venture to say that if i were to Tell Mont Gomery or Blunt or a thwart or w Illiams or Bowles you Ehen t take those slaves the re ply would be slaves Are men and you Shan t make me Nigger Catcher for great t 1b there a Man Here who would act As a slave Catcher for Price i wonder if that dirty Dor Prince would do it 1 this is the sin this is the charge against us. We March to crush out treason and let slavery Taite care of us ii. H they Don t want slavery to perish let them Lay Down their arms or do the other thing keep Lane s brigade out of Missouri f rapturous applause. In my opinion this War will never be successfully carried out so Long As an army marches to rough slave states As a coat goes through a flock of ducks. They Fly up on its approach Aud Nestle Down a soon As it has Pas sed. The boat is Safe and so Are the ducks. When Yon March through a shite you must so March that traitors will feel the horrors of War. Take the Union Ninn by the hand but Lay waste the property of traitors. Why is so much sym Pathy shown Lor traitors and none Tor Union men i hundreds and hundreds of Union Manis have followed the Kansas brigade to escape the i clutches of traitors a you Ever near this Puppy Prince say a word about major Dean who was robbed and driven from his Home by traitors not a word of sympathy Forsch men. But let a slave Holder lose a Nigger mid the very air resounds with cries for the return of the fugitive. Shame shame. But what the brigade has Dow i. Her the Kansas brigade is to be dissolved because it built forts and organized forces at Humboldt Leroy Neosho Falls Verdigris Walnut Creek,6he fall River Turkey Creek seven Forta on your it Frontier where the people instead of being but stampeded and driven from the state can rally for your defense. Is it because Mathews invaded Humboldt four Days before that raid i ordered a fort to a built there but for some reason it was not Dona. But who followed Mathews and killed Himi my order Book will show that i ordered Lieut. Col. Blunt to pursue Mathews to Arkansas and lie did pursue Bim till he slew my. To it lint is the reason Price Ana gains am not March into Kansas did Prince keep off the and 12,000? did Robinson do it did blood who went in Pursuit of a drove of rattle and ran to and Pike s Peak drive away the 10,000? did Bam. Smith do it but they say Price and Rains had no intention of invading Kansas that they had made an arrangement not to invade Kansas. With whom did our authorities make the arrangement into not with Gamble for he is a Union Man it must Nave neen with Ciaio. Jaca son. All 1 can say is mat be no Wouita Noia Intercourse with Jackson is himself a traitor wife and deserves a rope. Hang him. Hang Himi of Price marched l Tuuu men irom Erin gneids to within eight Miles of fort Scott he Intel Dedas to take it. The peace men All left and a town a always in danger when the traitors run away. There were More valuable stores at Forta Coit and Juu com at that time Man Mere were for at Lexington. But we get no credit for driving Back the traitors because we lost 60 mules. If i am Chare de with those mules they ought at least to give me credit for what i have captured Tho from the enemy. We took 150 at Tomstown the at one haul and it was t much of a Day for mules either. " t what has the state government done for the Protection of Kate a How was Southern Kansas saved i called the. People to the res Cue they came. I found arms belonging to to Uncle Sam. I took the responsibility of open and ing the boxes and giving the arms to the people. Love now you go to the fort and they will Tell Youlane is a thief. But Kansas would have been invaded had not those two thousand men been is armed with those guns. I am a robber because Lam guilty of the Ter to Rible crime of taking arms belonging to the government and giving them to Kansas men. I Don t believe i have done a thing that old Abe the Lincoln will find fault with the president will from say Well done Good and faithful servant. Like of sneers at this Post Nave to waned me at every step. I begged them for one piece of artillery. I could not get it. If we bad had one to howitzer we could Nave whipped and Price and Paiua at dry Wood and thua have a averted the disastrous defeat at Lexington and stood prevented the shedding of Rivers of blood but we could not get it i " and How would you like to see Prince a major general Rifle s what has he Ever done to deserve it on an inclement night he refused to let is sick Ohio soldiers into the fort. Prince told the Ohio sergeant that the Soldi Era ought to be sent to the guard hous Hang him hang i am speaking from the record from affidavits and As Jim Lane lives those affidavit shall go before tha government and drive Tea inhuman n scoundrel from his position i Good Good l have a Yea Arza Ioa and i have body found that officers succeed when ther treat sol Only Diers a men do that and they will ficht for , my soldiers would allow me right into the Middle of Bell. And let me Ted you that if i wanted to make a sure Job of capturing the it old fellow i d take the Kansas in jaad i d Arm do it though he had Itoi of end Prince to help . H Ocas will be seen by the words a brackets right which we have copied with the speech tha Gen eral Sto audience fully sympathised with when he had left the stand they Palaad resold Tio Sleave in favor of making Kansas the Indian Ter Rotor that and Arkansaw a new department tha listen command to be Given to Van. Lane he waa to also requested to go to Washington and Argathe the matter on the government. I of of Kankakee Donn to i1l, where father Chilli Quy a Eolay of Kieluch Ca Iuiana is located Aud Winch formerly excited much sympathy of from the distress oceaatons.1 by air ought Short crops Etc. Is this year producing Grain of All kind in abundance. A latter depot in that soil to say Buti hails of Grain Waie Hippo from Thutt station it s rare

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