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Greenville Advance Argus, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1880, Greenville, Pennsylvania Volume Mercer september number who bad spotted their pieces and Hancocks statesmanship trained them upon us when we came rebel claims and rebel pensions out t listen to the had again the Clotil record which to hade in editor by Leech me in to three 40 cents in Advance Abo Tib an an in Are unequal of la rules made known on Job in Jtb the Advance Ilsc Viiar Job fully no nitting arc prepared to furnish Irr not him res Post Sale in not excelled in address Borough Welcome to Tynt ten Tut the Advance Days of Riead for the nations higher Lile a to it free a thousand to Liee i i Jacob Uriah to p Ito rough Vag Ftp David l r r Stu tits of the Linck paler tax Hober Philip James 15pm in the hour Cal r Ilna presided there i care we know orow would prove a match for every n the Zenith or thy Powers Ater Days shall brighten oars govern hit the on grow with senators shall stand sell temptations to Way the Union received the offer or Ibe rebels to come covered and were ready to sweep the prison with grape and canister at the instant of Long Roll was summoning the infantry regiments Back into and some o the cooler headed among a Pointec out these and succeeded in get hug the line to dissolve again into groups of sullen faced when this was done the guard lurched by h indirect so As not turn Thier backs new following is from Mcelroye w a Story n Southern Public shed b county Oiw left Tilv la airy it lick Samuel Stephen William Kochi Tel postal the hours at which to emails Rio scat attic Lakewood Union a do i227um 12 88 am 1 20 am 1 j3 am 2 j5 no urn 4 64 am 547nrn Oson 1155am 12 05 pm 55 pm 1 Ai pm 2 40 pin 336pm 1 44 pin 542pm 10 pm h 48 am i k 2h pin 9 30 am i Saipan so am 0 i5am in 15 i 1 Uon Mill i pm 150a a Wpm 230 am 250 pm 50am 500pm i 00 am 140pm 111 am 7 05 am i 7 50 porn 0 50 am g50 pin 10 00 am 1058am 12 to pm 113 pm 1 35 pm 201 pm 4 Lii pm 4 55 pm 5 35 pm 1 55 pin 0 45 a m 1 1 40 pin i 6 30 pin 7 8 i am i train 9 Meadville 15 a a at Greenville 9 25 a leaved meadvllle6am 1002 10 2j a 11 00 general pass engr and ticket general Oil City it nil Ashtabula a m a m a in a m a m no a m p m p m p m p m s Chenango 4 Allegheny Railroad on and after july trains will run As follows tka1ns going 1 7 07 a in i05s am 715 u in 11 05 am Simul Xian a enl y a inure i a i p m new tensile had pm Kwh p m oms i 111111 opposite the Advance open from 7 Oclock till from 8 to 9 Jusin kiss q attorney at Mercer Onice Northeast Corner of Dia 748 notary Pabl toll fire with main ii attorney met Jiw and not nov of lace Over Naly Pinckard All business punctually attended t attorney at office first National main Greti Nellle business Proiti aptly Ritt Milded attorney and counsellor at Ollice in main col Iule in this and adjoining Tiu John attorneys at j occupy old rooms of a 2 and second professional Busl to collections made in this Mil Ink tire of the office on first floor in opposite the All it Mirits of willing promptly my Long in Mercer nine i Agency of the Pym Nunn Fin insurance 04 if surgeon an Corner main and Walor 748 West Side u Siisi Riib Uco Bridge and in g office and residence j East of Union school Blid ii physician ant Onloe in Bat Lygeri cancer successful la g Illy Edl Tiik physician and Olio Over Ihu Greenville a Corner main and canal physician and sur Advance the Jim Post is ii he 19 12t physician Aud sir office nine Ollice hours from 3 n m mom s Lutsi dance Sheu Bingo Niar 943 1m of acc a Villi 34i3l i i a n 8 id a Al 11 11 w 1 up la n 4 10pm 817 4 15pm Mercer Loa 30pm 813 a 12 12 0 Pardoe n Pine Grove 9 25 12 21 p 4 45pm n 5 00pm 9 42 n 5 16pm in 5 20pm new Annandale 21 pm 5 32 1 Burwell 4i 15 52um e 1 15 tua1n3 750 a Burnett 7 55 a 82pn new 8 to a n 8 a oops 8 a in 83d a i hip i jul Pine sj5 n 40pm her Doe a 9 15 a Iii 20pm Mercer i 17 a aim Fredonia so 1000 a 45pm Greenville 1022 n pm a line of stages will rim Between Hilliard and be troll connecting with trains 2 genl i genl a t Ake Shore a Michigan Southern Ujj flu feign takes effect Way time Ashen bulk on 11 m am am am Jyh Mew 14 11 m a am Clark 14nm pm Sandy 00pm pm 50 pm 25 pm 00 pm Oil 20 pm time i Oil 00 am 211 u m 35 a m to am Ray i i 15 n m Stimly i j am Unm Hail am 37am pin pm 2 pm pin pm Jefferson Anil Tabu pm 1 pie a and pm fort on and Afier trains run As follows j Zoino is 0x o s5 k Xyz a m one Day in some Little Lime after the occurrences narrated in the last orders came in to mate out Rolls of All those men born outside of the United and whose terms of service had expired we held a Little Council among our selves As to the meaning of and concluded that some partial Exchange had been agreed and the rebels were going to Send Back the class of boys whom they thought would be of least value to the act ing on this the great majority of us enrolled ourselves As for and As having served out our i made out the Roll of my and managed to give every Man a foreign those whose names would Bear it were assigned to France and and the balance were distributed throughout Canada and the West after finishing the Roll and sending it i did not wonder that the rebels believed the Battles for the Union were fought by foreign the other Rolls were made out in the same and i do not suppose that they allowed 500 native americans in the the next Day after sending out the there came an order that those whose names appeared thereon should fall we did so and As nearly every Man in Camp was include we fell in As for other by hundreds and we were then marched outside Ami massed around a on which stood a rebel evidently waiting to make us a we awaited his re Marks with the greatest it was believed that we had some among us who would like to Avail themselves of the offer of the and that they would try to inform the rebels of their desire by going to the Gate the night and speaking to the officer of the a squad armed themselves with clubs and Laid m wait for they succeeded in catching some of them Back even after Thev had told tile guard their wishes in a Lone so that All could hear the officer of the in two or three times in a Vinji tempt to save the would be deserter rom the cruel hands that clutched him away to where he had a lesson in loyally from a speech by Shelden in let me not fail to state All that is claimed in favor of general injustice must not he him in withholding what Niay be to his and senator Thurman says he it a great constitutional that is very much in his if it is True he says be has examined Han Cocks Aud filid that when he assumed command at Yew Orleans in 1807 he issued an order which proves him be a great Law i think i mayday that the sen Ator has fully stated thu evidence which brings him Toj frs Thurman would nol rest his Case on a scrap of proof if More was for this single act he is assign i a very High few men Bare achieved Aucul Eminence so Daniel Webster was a Iron oud student of i Constitution or argued numerous cases in he courts involving a variety of in mutant constitutional and made Many in among them that notable one in a Tariff for Bevenue Philadelphia i prom Garnet in subscriber wishes to know the to were he had a lesson in loyalty which he prostrated tue doctrine of a pressed upon the flashiest part of state before acquired meaning of Tariff for Revenue Only i there ought to be no Mian prehension there Are to thoughts embodied in the minds of voters As to the exact Ryf mlle signification of this pin one distinctive article i uralic Creed which contemplates a change in the present policy of the tie Bolar Bruiy of it was and makes a direct is1 be Sercl for he army of the Cumber sue with the the lat1 to Zuilite Lilease it is the seems to might re Mem in the at times there Yvere enter plates a he volunteers Aud Ter declare that the duties levied for the purpose of Revenue should so Dis Criminate As to favor american la a careful Reading of the contrasted planks of the two platforms will indicate their Radical difference at they both take the position that the object of a Tariff is to raise the democrats go in Frater Nal we Cate at last to know if you Xvan Ted a Man for any kind of you wanted a trained Man if you wanted a Man trained in the Sci ence of he must be a Man framed in All its educated in the pure such As was embodied in Thomas and Aud the other men a who were educated in senator of has sent the following letter to the editor of the Mason had forwarded to him who copy of a democratic paper containing St inures upon some of his speeches during the late state Campaign so to lie Ava go t Jinai and say that this should be the Only i j3ut be Genius of our government their policy is to encourage i that behind our Liis person by a flexible strip of wielded by very willing after ibis was kept up for several nights different ideas began Lopre it was Felt that if a Man wanted to join the the Best Way was to let him go and get rid of he a Hurt of no Benefit to the and would be of none to the after this no restriction was put on any one who desired to go outside and take the but very few did and there Yvere wholly con fined to the Raider Flower Garden and american agriculturist for a mistake is made by Many in ceasing to care for the Flower Garden As soon As the first frosts As they thereby deprive thesis elves of some xxx Eekhof september or Early october usually brings frosts i Bat Are heavy enough to acquired the reputation of a great cons Titu Iii nil Hancock reached the Summit of professional Fame by one i can imagine his obese form ascending the swiftness of a planting itself one Niche above before we adopt Thurman May be Well to find out l thit order strip of but he did not begin until the last division had marched out and Loire to a Parade rest close to the it was the same old factory you can no longer have any doubt that your government has cruelly abandoned you it makes no efforts to release and refuses All offers of we Are anxious to get our men and have made every Effort to do but it refuses to meet us on any reasonable your Secretary of War has Taid that the government can get along very Well without and Halleck a while the More robust Are but slightly after a Fexy mornings of these Early it often happens that there is a whole month of Good which is the finest in the let the delicate plants and give All the More care to those that May be saved with a liitle pains taken in protecting the tender plants lha have been killed by the frosts should be re tearing generalities and urbane Deina i is the simple declaration thai in time of peace the civil pre dominates Over the military this if nothing very new or it is a constitutional but Xmas Law before the one of the complaints made in the deputation of Independence against George was Lii at he affected to Render Hie military Independent of us Superior to the civil the declaration of Independence is read is a part of the exercises at every constitutional principle in his boy Onier had no application to the command he was assigned he did not go to new moved at dahlias Are spoiled by the first hard Lias said that you were nothing set of Blackberry pickers and 100 so 421 2 15 ii Iii 10 210 600 1 g is 401 s5i 5 12 i 913 601 i i 717 18 700 510 94s 8 45 Btl 125 1201 005100 112 1001 703 Bolce in Packard Teeth Inse led on used by the Lili unroll Aud paid Ciul extracting All work office in Coss is i Over Moss Nus Woisil lost Call thai May require ii he Art Lelal Teeth inserted on tin but Ilu Rahle j 1iirticular attention Smi menu Tiryung the sex i All work War 1018 1021 35 Llis r32 7 15 11 5 2 5 721 pm 732 1053 750 a 2 1iw 757 ii 12 750 ii 04 758 1101 7121 121x1 840 1025 700 1245 925 940 too 1135 Beaver i 03 940 new ii 22 5 is 112 946 ii15i53s 220 1050 8301435 2w Hod Sjo a m me opposite Ink Hsi a Nional Toni gel a 1 set of Foi dont in and in iils Tell but come and no no cheap 11 its Uilbur dentists will no Louth Teeth and extracting Illy work Kniehl of by Anil promptly sex Nee areas n proprietor p Toni mind and Green Hue in connection wit i ii in manufacturer and who Thow i dealer in clan Ratanu p 186 main 5coonecs a Lull 21 at Sharps Hlll leaves Sharpsville at Arlvine at new Law 9 Allegheny jc20 general passenger Anil ticket upholstering and repairing the undersigned would inform tie pull that he in prepared to do All Telinde o upholstering and repairing of furniture Renoni Urlile rules in ims Cinell r a bran new shop Iso Tomon an exper Lencil who has Labo Edh Theanell for River 21 has Wied of Clinton Flrsch alld no went of Achi located on the bed of ii of where he proposes to carry on a general business including to proposes to do his renal flu work with the aul charge prices in dive him a 748 Vij Brioe Smilde Wenri is can be made Vii Nice not rip Ravel or a ohm Neauby 9i6iy m general insurance agent an to with prompt do property a Seelal ver Kyle grocery 215 dec677 for a sol nil mice on West a healthful lot Elln Horvis n of and All a i omd executors tied meted total Drawee will make rimmed and those Imp inc against Hesi Newell present them duly authenticated Aii executors Totice is hereby Given letters Testa j the estate or Hiram v Osier i late of Salem Mercer will Salem but coff Timve already endured to Liau it to wild expect of you to live served it faithfully during to term you enlisted nud be it is to rough with it throws to carve and you also Ca me no doubt that the Southern con Deracy la certain to succeed in seen us its it will do the n a few it now offers pro in Opportunity to join its an and if you serve faithfully to the in Tou will receive the same Reward he rest of its you will i Ken out of be Well clothed in Given a Good at to inclusion of the receive i a arrant for to Nice if but we heard these East four Man with stentorian voice sprung out an Hulid first division we sergeants of hundreds Reni Date he command Down the shout e sited we first second about third fourth Etc said he face ten sergeants repeated face be after tie and each Man h be hundreds turned of his Heel Hen our Leader commanded first Forward March and we strode Back into tie stockade Olio wed immediately by All the the leaving the orator still on the the rebels were furious at this Cun a of we had scarcely our quarters Wilen they cume i with several companies with Insul d guns and fixed they Rove us out of Nur tents and huts in one under the pretence 01 Hunting axes Anil but in real Ity to steal our and what Ever else they could find that they and to break Down and in Jure our Many of costing us Days of patient they destroyed in pure we were burning wit i the bitterest i Imlig a tall slender Man Tii inked a member of the sixty first uneducated Fel but brim full of patriotism and common upon a slump and poured out his soul in rude but fiery eloquence lie do not let the blowing of Thwe rebel whelp discourage you pay to attention to the lies they have told you today you know Well that on government is too honorable and just to Denerly any one who serves it it has not deserted us their Hellborn confederacy is not going to i Tell you that As sure As there is a god who reigns and judges in be for the Spring freezes stir the tops of these blasted old Pines their confederacy and the Lousy Grey backs sup porting in will be sunk so deep that nothing but a search warrant from the throne of the almighty can Ever Hod i and glorious old stars Aud j Here we began cheering Tremeur Cut the stalks near the ground and lift the selecting a warm and doing the work in the morn ing thai the roots May dry All Day in the Sun before putting them be sure to securely Label the diff erect Aud put them away in a cel Lar that is suitable for keeping to roots should be dug before the foliage is killed by the otherwise it will be difficult to keep them through the it is better to lose a Little of the Beauty by Early digging than to have the roots the roots should not he Al Lowed to Xvi her before pulling them in a warm place for the that Are to Flower indoors should be potted at those that Are to Bloom in the Borders should be tied up and kept in Good Spring bulbs should be planted As soon As they can be obtained from tile double tulips Are and Are deserving of More attention than they the for the Bull should be enriched with Vel rotted tender like must be lifted before the ground freezes Aud stored in a Cool tuberose yet to Bloom May lie lifted Aud put into boxes of Orleans to assume a civil he Xmas a military Olcer ordered to execute a lax of his vast research and acute mind had failed to discover a i institutional principle most important to know just at that time and under the circumstances Jefe regardless of their effect upon american the object being to get As Laige a Revenue As such Rales Only would be imposed As the foreign goods could pay did still hold the american Market against Home this is a democratic and is what the Cincinnati convention meant by its declaration for a Tariff for Revenue a Tariff formed on the principle adopted by the Republican Conven Tion of and endorsed by every subsequent convention of that while providing adequate Rev Enue for the to furnish incidental Protection to american in this May in some a partial sacrifice of Rev but experience has demonstrated that a Tariff can be both protective and furnish a Revenue such Ashe free Trade doctrinaire a in the Days of their Asce Daucy never dreamed it May be As to gome particular things almost prohibitory in order to seizure the Home Market for a new which could not otherwise sustain such High Are and placed in the or a funny greenhouse Straw Aud leaves make an excellent covering to plants of doubtful Hardi such a Protection vill cause a stronger Bloom in the Spring and make the look neater for Rak ing up Chr Orchard and american agriculturist for practice of picking he fruit and putting it in heaps for a new Days until the skin be Ore is a Good put he fruit into the barrel with shaking it Down Evhen half and again when so that the apples vill fit closely when the head is pressed in by Means of the barrelling the opposite head should be marked As the one to be this season of abundant it vill not pay to Market any except the Best am hat in Tine dry second rate Ruit or make it into Best cider is made from Ite sound and in Cool weather when the fermentation is Many Early apples May be worked up into Sweet cider and sold s such or made into this one of he Best methods of turning to count fruit hat would otherwise surrounding the supreme court of the United states a demo cratic Uenh had decided that con Uress was tie final judge of tie Char Acter of a government in or whether there was any government at in the exercise of this Congress had declared that the rebel lion had swept away the governments of the seceding and that none were in Noi Only did con this but an Drew tie enemy of the re publican party Aud of tie reconstruction had treated the rebellious Stales As without for he appointed provisional governors in All of it was a to Leut fact that state governments did not exist and Congress by Law prescribed a method for creating legitimate it was this Law which Hancock was sent to his duties Aud Powers were there to go beyond this Law was disobedience to the command of the highest the flour ish in his order was designed to put Hunsell an rapport with the confederates that his nomination for the a rebel Captain came running up to the who was Lenn air on his gazing curiously Al Lloyd what to Art you standing gaping there for Why dont you shoot the Yankee son and snatching the gun from cocked Anil levelled it at Lloyd jut the boys near jerked the speaker Down from the stump and saved his we became fearfully wrought some of the More excitable shout ii out to charge on the line of Natch their away from them und Force our Way through tie he shouts were taken up by As in obedience to instinctively formed in line of Bat be facing the a glance Down be line showed me an array of Erate and Tensor drawn such is one sees who looks at Meu when hey Are summoning up All their res Lution for some deed of gome deed of great the Bebel of flyers hastily retreated behind the Ine l whose faces were but they levelled their my and prepared to receive who was no the prison from an Elevation out instinctively do ined was preparing Good Winigar Are Good Eider a tempera nce of at least and As Complete a posture to the atmosphere As Ponsi the process May be hastened by tiling yeast to the or mother1 old vinegar which mounts to the same Vin Epir taking is therefore a sort of Fermen facilitated by a Low microscopic Lant of the fungus Pongee from the cider press is of no real either As a food for Stock r As a manure Lottie pigs will at it to some it should be it in the manure a when left y itself in the open in gives off disagreeable fruit cellars should be in us the fruit should h Kepi under until cold weather eing careful Tore Moveita to the cellar before being exposed to severe lie fruit cellars should he provided Ith ventilators so arranged that they be readily thrown politics and letters received at the Treasury do Rome us from new York and other Ned the trouble at the and utter plus a legislation As preparing to meet in the gun and economic targe renters of Trade in the East and West Are putting a new aspect on the Maine having failed to come up to the High figures Unac round Lily Init upon the result by some has awakened the Busi Ness lieu to the seriousness of the should the with Ali air financial Anil Trade get into and they Are espresso nor a determination to take an Active part in the future ii Cam several Large employers of la have written to members of the congressional committee that they propose to notify Iligir employees that their very existence depending upon a continuance of the present Prosper they must take the of a change of party domination which May change the policy of this country affecting Stop and As a consequence throw them out of this sen it Lias already made itself formidable in York Aud and it is stated will extend generally throughout the through business Corres these interests Felt the Penir Iofik effects of tie first movements of the democrats the con and Only rallied frustrated in their they ceased their attempts at legislation on financial presidency in 1868 might lie accept it is which was tie most Hancock or his Confederate for Bis order in express words threatened military punishment for a resistance to his a hut his subsequent career fastened the confederates to him with Hooks of he was advised and chaperoned by his whole full Uerice Wascou he violated his order with dashing hold the Republican City Council win removed in new Orleans when the civil Law authorized no Sudi even by the civil authorities of tie and general Grunt revoked the he removed the Republican judge of the second judicial and tie Republican recorder of the second municipal and appointed democrats in their he appointed a governor of Louisiana when the civil Law gave the governor the he ordered the City Council of new Orleans to try the Republican Street commissioner on charges made against and Al Lowed the testimony for the prosecution to be taken and published daily in the when directed the Case to be sent to the criminal and deprived the Street commissioner of an Opportunity to introduce his testimony in de that it might go before the pub Lic through the daily the Street commissioner was tie re pub Licau candidate for the grand jury of the criminal though largely never noticed tie charges preferred before the City so far us tie Public was such was the action of this great constitutional lawyer under his pompous he went to new Orleans to make himself available As a candidate against Meu who bad favored reconstruction suddenly changed their minds after Han cock and voted against but shouted for Hancock for he was the Delight of that class of which reminds us of an Assembly nearly years ago that said of crucify Aud of bar release him Rulo he left new it is at his own whether be thought he had done enough to satisfy the Confederate and dared not but temporary and thrilling consideration of a protective Turill is to enable american manufacturers to compete with the foreign notwithstanding the cheaper labor entering into the production of the under the Benefice it influence of this policy mines have been Mills Aud every form of manufacturing Industry for which our country is adapted has been enabled to gain a the deleterious influence of a protective Tariff has been steadily preach Al to us by English and their lamentations have been faithfully re echoed by american yet the Twenty yearn since the adoption of our present Tariff system Baa been the Era of our greatest Industrial and agricultural the English Man who see themselves Cut out of the american and who see american goods competing with their own in foreign Are anxious to convince the american Public that its protective Tariff is the Ruiu of the the Cobden of eng at its last annual held in july listened with great satisfaction to Simeon of the new York free Trade us he demonstrated to them the As he deemed of Han Cocks and with it the Triumph of free Trade principles in the platform of the dem Ortic he told fairly military below our regular there Lay this magnificent body of private when their country Xmas in sprang to War not As a but As a dreadful volunteered their life Lal in that glorious service under the leadership of those who were and the United regulars Tuil volunteers made the army of the Cumberland an irresistible army Aga Iusi any equal body of men to be found on the the spirit of tie we elements Xmas never better sex Hub Lej than at As you heard ill the Thomas stood like a the Center of that might and yet with All that behind in front of All around him ii was the courageous making the Eleu neuts 01 Art and courage Triumph a in the think of it fora few i take pleasure in refer ing to away off of the posted at a special Post to do a special were some three Ohio and when their commander heard the sound of Cannon of the 20th of september at he the american association for Tho advancement of at a recent meeting in Reeoma remied Hie adoption by state Legislatures throughout the Union of Laws for til encouragement of Treep Laining and the of needless do Struc Liou of such legislation is sorely cider made very late in the season Peak ours of the Isth came and stored in a cold place will keep ust As i was going out of i because Active fermentation is fear the editor of the grand rapids if it is Rich and Sweet Democrat is not very hungry to find when ii comes from the press Aud out exactly what the fourth Section of Cutre is exercised in making it from he 14th amendment covers in Point sound u will not Brooma of the rebel claims referred Are sour if kept in a moderately Cool cel not claims of rebels for aiding the re u a tight cask or in bottles hellion for property amounting water is one of the Best of Deodor it has great absorbing a Asor thousands of taken or and fresh water running through stroked by the armies of the United a milk morn it free my odor and therefore the moment the standing water soon becomes charged test of loyalty of any claimant is re Vith Aud Ohmi gives them off Tel in water used milk room to exactly like the claim of any other Cool the milk is a great but citizen against tie on must not be permitted to stand More of its and not on a than twelve hours before being re court of the action of the rebel aun ewed thormities the democrats in Congress a English poultry keeper has been have tried time to very successful in raising c Icken Tine distinction in respect to of while his s Timve Loyal and disloyal and could not lie by and guard a Gordon with Steed Man As marched to the sound of the Cannon until they came into the Riding Forward they asked where shall we go in the in two monosyllables you a Force almost in his a on his the three Ohio the most of whom bad never heard the sound of a hos tile filled the not less limn too were dead and wounded in forty minutes but they protected the making them a living Wall of fire around there was the trained sol Aud with him the enthusiasm of the thinking that made our War triumphant and i Honor them both and am glad to know that the army of the Cumberland has Al ways generously recognized both of these arms of our great my heart is rejoiced to be with and i am glad to look into the faces of these men and recognize them a old com rades of the army of the Cumber a airfields from Koontz eth Bergli Aud in presenting Garf Leid As the the convention named a Man who is in every sense of the As to rebel the editor of of i raised Over Sou chickens this season be he will reflect a lit of the celebrated sort i urn agree that a pen n t i i Siou does not in fall within or up i t the description of any debt or Obi or pc Orff talks of i Minnesota Amber sugar Rara a Epi liets of this worthy very truly alone in his in his speech at Indianapolis lust week general Logan raked up a hit of aug Kalis congressional history that will not rom Nentl him to the men the Fol Fht for the la lion and who Suffle by Mie government thu Ash Niilyn of Tho state de Iii Geo Uuk Hancocks word an available accept Able to the Labouring because like Aud they will support he has Laboured aug instead of being born with a Silver spoon in his and instead of hav ing been educated at the Public expense and salaried All his life out of the government of the United As general Hancock he has As the homely expression to Hoe his own Row in the and to work his Way up from poverty and obscurity to Eminence Ami he is acceptable to the business men of the because he is familiar with the business of the understands its wants and knows How to legislate for the Best interests of advantage upon this question against its inasmuch As the avowed and recognized interests of the Southern states Are in favor of free should Sternes anticipations be subscriber will have a practical and forcible Tami of pie meaning of a Tariff for Revenue he will find that it Means the shutting Down of a putting out of for sauce fires and tie stoppage of or else a general reduction of the wages of american workingmen to tie european democratic a revised list of democratic defaulters has been gotten up by one of the exre publican Senate Man whom the democrats turned out to make room for an it Hap been prepared from official with painful attention to detail and it contains reference Only to those government officials who Are actually debtors to the government to this and whose accounts Are still open Aud although the last of them went out of office Twenty years the record covers the time Between 1830 and and the list numbers 231 not including any whose Deal cations were less than this latter Are there being of Anil their aggregate Deal cation the following is tie recapitulation of the statement territorial 01 Indian 1 75 57 United states 44 custom 75 Cinelly explains the first let Ter waa written in Good Faith to Bainum by an Exun Ion who desired information upon the subject to which his letter refers chairman Ufa tonal democratic co Manittee have seen in the on the authority of senator a statement to the effect that if general Hancock should be Union soldiers would receive a preference in the distribution of Federal offices Here in and throughout the also such As Are now in Good positions would not be removed except for cause other than it is said that disabled Union soldiers especially would in no Case be removed except for incapacity or neglect of if Union soldiers could be authoritatively assured of this the vote of general Hancock would doubtless be decidedly increased there by among them and their can in your official capacity As chairman of the National democratic give stick or induce general Hancock himself to do so an Early reply will very generally Obline Many Soldier admirers of general among whom Al Low Meto subscribe most Headquarters Headquarters i Natl democratic new August j dear Butir letter of the 20th has been received Aud referred to major general very although general Hancock has had a and an As 47 War 11 Navy 59 minor 68 Well As a he is acceptable to the religious people of the because of his pure life Aud Christian he is endorsed by the entire of which he is the because he represents in the fullest sense its noblest Aims and its highest intelligence and broadest he is a True representative of his in full Accord with it upon All questions of Public his Public career in the army and in the Congress of the United states is open and known to All and it epitomizes the history of the country for the past 20 for of this grand productive of such marvellous he might Well there is a grand lesson in the life of full of meaning to every poor boy in the and it is who fought for the Union general Guitler and other eminent democrats have proclaimed their be Lief that the majority of the Volun Teers in the Union army were democrats the record of the votes of the troops for president in has been compiled by proving that the republicans outnumbered the democrats More than three to the following is the record by slates 4 171 new Hampshire 71 of crafts of the Niheu seeking to Ilc stroy and now endeavouring to effect its on the 23il Day of less than ten years before the expiration of the ration of president and when secession had already become a fact As regarded Sev eral Southern of North introduced u Resolution in the House asking that a regi Mentor troops then stationed at Washington should he the object of that Resolution with Sheie troops out of the Way the control of Washington would Havo rested wholly with the municipal and these were known to be in Complete sympathy with the sees who had declared that a re publican president should never be inaugurated in a Douglass Democrat moved to Lay the Resolution on the when the yeas and nays were called every Southern Democrat in the there were but Twenty four of them voted against laying on the to every Northern re publican and except voted to Lay on the table this proposal leave the National capital de of useless to the threatened in faults of armed one Northern Doti Murat voted with the solid of Southern secessionists to throw open the Gates to treason and one Northern Democrat voted wit ii nil the Southern left to strip the government of last Cle its traitorous that one Northern democratic ally of treason William of pres ent democratic candidate for vice the bourbons and the a coloured Farmer in Virginia hns written a letter to a Friendl at the fed eral capital in which lie discuss the political of his democratic among other things he in the Remote portion of in the Village where i was the most hotheaded democrats have Al ready begun to enumerate their for Mer As they that in Case Hancock is elected to the presidency they will be paid for them by Kentucky Olin Michigan Iowa a Tomilu 217 do for fear he would offend the North while the recollection of the War Xmas so is a secret that will never be made but he depart and his works quickly followed the knights of the while Ca Melia were and signalized their achievements in the Slaughter in the Nib and Over throw of All protective Power in new which lasted for several Days murders for opinions Sake Aud color of skin the cruelties at whih nearly equalled the barbarity of the turks at Many other similar scenes Are monuments erected to his ill advised twaddle concerning the Predoti Uerice of the civil Over the military Power in time of Wholl Tyllere was no might have been a Fusaa Francisco general while in command at might have made about by simply shutting his eyes to the practices of the Cotton but he arose in his put Down he and is to Day a poor and yet he is charged Vith Selling himself to Ames for no defense is needed against the the character of the stump speakers who make the charge in an ample refutation of that or any other charge that they May while Garf Selcis resplendent purity removes him far beyond the compre Hension of such total 07 the congressional committee will print this the account of James Steed now a somewhat prominent democratic but Erst while a Republican is not included in the above it having been made at a later it a still an open account and stands As follows balance due United 00 bonded Cotton unaccounted 48 taxes unaccounted 08 that although they May not All he i what he has been Aud yet there in an Opportunity for them to become to that by integrity or character Aud a High they May achieve Eminence and distinction that in this country there Are no class distinctions which tend to keep the masses of the people Down Asiu other hut All the avenues to Honor and official position Are open to 06 he served under president John son As internal Revenue collector in speakers the Louis Globe Democrat has the following criticism upon the extraordinary amount of Campaign speaking in this and the amount of Money it costs the question May be asked whether anything at All is accomplished by the traditional tactics of sending out Campaign speakers we doubt whether a single instance could he adduced of a Man who had changed Bis or of a citizen who Hail been persuaded to change his by any eloquence or argument of a Cam solid Southern Scottsboro Hemia general Hancock was a Federal and fought in tie i Union he belonged to the military Serai be of the coup and it Xmas his professional duty to follow the stars Aud stripes in obedience to the command of his he did his general Garfield quit the vocations of teacher and preacher volunteered his services As did Gen eral the Greenback idiot to flight in the Federal Aud Aii in conquering the South Aud establishing the perpetuity of the so far tie candidates for the presidency Are of an equal except that Hancock was without while Garfield and Weaver volunteered their How won it with general Hancock he was the very first Man in position under the government to claim for the con impoverished Aud oppressed Southern people the right of local self government within the legitimate sphere of states under the Gnu Lilu for 1 the and a lion of the Vermont vote Waw received too late to he the Saim wide Between the numbers of Kenh Laicans and democrats to be found among those flu fought the nations is to he found today but to Day the rebels Are admitted to Ilie and numbered with the democratic i the Home have gone so far already As to secure the if Lldon vits of who know that they owned certain the pure oho he ing to use them in the court of claims in they get control of the Federal government by the election of Tyllere is not an enslave holler in South who does not look Forward to the Day when the National Jov in mini will Ite obliged in make coir Pett Latiin for the slaves sit Frie by the the sentiment is not Peculiar to lint it extends to the whole of slave it is for the of tills Pur pose that they arc now seeking the election of Hancock and a democratic l i i any eloquence or argument 01 a Campaign no is the reason far tl0 general As military f commander of Louisiana and a Large Millier it heavy draught Breeding horses Are being brought to this and the total for the year will probably exceed that of when abbot300 animals were import to the opinions of the people Are formed by an almost infinite multitude of facts Aud few of which Are within the Range of any speakers the utmost that the speaker can do is to presen t a very email facts or arguments for the consideration of his and in the existing condition of human knowledge it is almost impossible that these should be the most powerful speeches of the Best orators when Analysed consist merely of facts and arguments a bib have been published and repeated a thousand times by the daily in they first made their to water a newly set it in better to dig the Earth away Down to nearly the roots then pour in water enough to last a week o dry weather then Pat the dry soil Back Over the if the roots Are no matter How dry the surface demanded for the people of the South All they claimed or desired after the there has been no Issue Between general Hancock and the Southern people on the result of the there need and should be no hesitation on the part of confederates in the support of general Han he fought in the Union and for the Union until the War was Over he then made a Noble and Manly fight against Bis present opponents and the Republican party for our most sacred More dear to us by far than All rights that were lost in the let us Bear in that general Hancock was not the Federal general who proposed and now proposes to take from the com Mon Treasury of the country and la Bor of the whole people of the Union the immense and unheard of sum of As a gift to Federal As a gratuitous Reward for the subjugation of the Southern modest Crosby in association the True girl has to be nought she does not Parade herself As show she is not Gene rally she is not o what a heart she has when you find her so and and womanly when you see you wonder if those showy things outside were really if you gain her your two thousand area Shell not ask you for a Carriage or a firs class she will Wear simple and turn them when with no vulgar magnificat to frown upon her econ Shell keep everything neat and Nice in sky and give you such a Welcome when you come Home that youll think your parlor higher than Shell entertain True friends on a and astonish you with the new How very Little happiness depends on Money Shell make you love and teach you How to while you a poor fashionable society that thinks itself Rich and vainly tries to think itself new do i Pray say any i cant of lord to find the True and you throw away Attiat Burn up that switch be sensible your Aud seek your wife in a sensible women to the Philadelphia the movement to induce governor to appoint a woman As a Mem Ber of tie Poir Slat e Board of Public Char ties should command the general favor of the Public and the substantial approval of the executive by the a experienced and competent woman to the women ire As much the recipients of Public Charity As and it is most reason Able to assume that their needs would better understood and More Faith aired their own wherever there Are women to suffer ther should be women to min ully Yinqu october Floral american for bulbs for flowering in pots rho ild be polled As soon As obtained the foil should by made Loose xviii plenty of Cletu after which the pols and plauts May be placed in a Cool and dark cellar to form a Gool growth of the necessity of a gradual change must be emphasized in removing plants from the open air to the dwell ing it in Hest to place Tom plants in a room where there is no Aud one that can be opened Dur ing the after a while the plants May be taken to the close living room n which there is a Hardy plants May he forced in win Dow and deserve More Atten Tion than they have among these Are it Centra bleeding Lilac Lily of the All should be taken up at Luce Aud and kept in a pit or cellar in ii late in january or or her when brought out for Bloom hey should at first receive water Ather seeds of annuals May be sown can Sweet and other part try Are always n demand for Cut an amusing the Charleston neut has an account of what it Calls an amusing affair at Abbeville that the Story thus Reading the Republican county convention met Here yesterday at 11 Busi Ness was suspended and everybody turned out to Bear what the rads would Only two members of the convention were Tolbert and when Tolbert Rose to address the meeting everywhere was our boys take him Down Black him make him kiss a Titus amid the contusion Aud excitement Cothran appeared and attempted to persuade the boys to retire and to allow them to go on with the the Boya did not go Worth a Cothran was in Tubias Picallo called for by the he mounted the Rostrum and delivered a Short and meaning he told the bad this is our it shall remain

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